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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 21 December 1872

VOLUME VIII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 187'. NUMBER 14. THE TELEGRAPH: Published cvry Saturday. AT' MONROE, OUACIItTA PA.tISP, LA Cjt,. TWK. 15EaoC'911STC.d !, Editor and Proprietor. AGENTS: McIltyre & Co .....................New Orleans. Eraink Michaux ....................New Orleans. Jas. C. Drew, and Behen Brothers, Traveling Agents. All other agencies are hereby revoked. ADVERTISI+NC ltEGULATIONS. Transient advertisements must be paid for in advance. All advertisoements sent to this efice when not otherwise ordered, willbe inserted "'till forbid" and earged accordingly. Editorial business notices will be made, iree of charge, of all advertisements ordered in the paper; for other editorial notiees a ,'barge of =i cents per line will be made. An extra charge of 26 per cent will in fitro be made on all cuts above one inch in width, and upon all doable-column ad vsrtiaenents a similar charge will be made. "i:lHiS OF SUESCRIPTION. tne ,p , one year,.............

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 21 December 1872

wacnaita UIaspgraph. 1 MONROE, LA., DiECEMBER 21, 1872. O. W. .IrO UAN . mtHe5r. - P CN6RUSBIONL L IMURVNNyTIOE IN IOUIIANA.. tl h Caagre+u adJourned yesterday for the a hl I ýate rie-convene on the 6th C Sis not probable that Lou- p b are will receive attention, 1 el lpe bh ia Committee of thirty-seven S qisfplsf tl State are in Washington, b the middle of next month, or ai poibiy the "middle of next year." u, Ira lct party vote, the House refus- L ed, o thbelth, to pass a resolution, n properly lirmed, asking the President h ber information relative to affairs in tl this StateI the Radical majority not n relishing tie Independent tone of the h esolution. Subsequently, Mr. Steven- d son, o-Ohio, moved the adoption of a tl rdeolution of inquiry of a milder form n and mere trueulent in spirit, and the c Hems adopted it. a We do not share to the least degree i any conadence had by others in the re- e medial temper of Congress. There is a very common belief to the effect that Congre...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 21 December 1872

MONMi ROE, LA., DECEMBER 21, 1872. The plost-oflice will bIe closed on C('hristmas day from 10 A.. .M. to .3 P. .I. ThIe Rlcev. Mr. MeCampllbell, Presly terian clergymnull, will preach at the Methodist Church inl Monrtoe, onl Sin day, 29th inst. The Thor.:e disease is abating ill town somnewvhat, but is spreadling throughout the country. liut very few fital eases are reported. _Under the inftuence of the heavy railns, the Ouachita is coming uip ait a brisk trot. We may look for a large tlcet of boats, without looking very long. Our streets and sidewalks have been in a miserable condition for several days. There could be no better comn ilent oil the present ineflicient city government. There lhas been a superabundlance of rain since Sunday. Out-door labor, travel, ani the movement of the staple has been suspended mleanwhile, and people with leaky houses have been very unhappy. 1Ve may look for a decrease in the i rate of freights on the North Louisiana atnd Texas Iailroad, so soon ia...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 21 December 1872

MONROE, LA.,.ACxBER 21, 1872. CAN YOU AFFORD IT Csa you afford to work hard all day, and read, study or court vagaries of soeletynearly all night, thus wasting your vitality, exhausting your nerv ous system and bringing on premature disease, decay and old age ? Can you afford to read fine print with a poor light in a rail car, where the motion disturbs the proper focus of vision, thus weakening your eyes so as to nearly deprive you of the pow er to use them either in reading or in the daily duties of life ? Even though you .not haye an oculist to pay, you may be obliged to wear glasses ten or fifteen years sooner than you other- I wise would; can you thus afford to spoil your eyes to save a little time? Can you afford to eat hastily, and then rush to study or business, with drawing the nervous energy from the digestive system to the brain and mus eles, thus inducing dyspepsia, in a few years at most, to scourge and haunt and make you miserable for years, or for your life ? Can you ...

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. — 4 January 1873

VUME VIII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1873. NUMBER 16. THE TELEGRAPH: Publishod every Satrda4y. AT MONRO,, OUACHI'I'A IPAU'WI, IA IEditor and Propriotor. A(lENTir : ilI zntyro & Co..................... New (irl n.is. 'Frank Michaux ...N........ ..........New ( )rIo:lit:i . .iat. C. D)row, antd liobIon llrothero, 'Tr'ivollig Agents. All ,tliher liaglncieis atro hellre r1t, vokltd. ADVERTISING RElGi LA'TI'ON;. I'rainsiont advortlsorlents nlut bie piiil for in advancec. All advertisotnonts sent to this oflio ! w;holi not othorwiso ordered, will be insert te,l "till forbid" and charged actcorteilh. EIditorial business notice;t will lt lnkado,. ilon of charge, of all advertisolntcolt S ordtlcrd in the paper; tfor other editorial noticet :t :litrgo of 21 cenlts per line will be tlnadeo. An oxtra charge of 25 per ceot will in ftluro be intado o all cut aJhovaoo one inch in width, and upon tall doole-tcolumn antd v'ertisontonts asimilar chargll will he made. 'I',IIIMS O...

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. — 4 January 1873

uinarcbit&a ..tltgap]h. MONROE, LA., JANIUARY 4,1873. o. W. eO.RA -I. Eitor. "ISRR'HUBENTATION OF THE WASH INOTON CHRONICLE. o, Warmoth elaims 7,983 majority for SGreeley in Louisiana, while the actual º count is, according to the election i board, 14,624 for Grant. il 7The Washington Chronicle makes +*' the fbregoing statement. The "actual . eount" referred to is the count made by the I)urell board of canvassers. It is not denied that that board actually made such a ",count," but what is any compilation of votes worth, in a legal sense, when it is made without the election returns certified to by the re- I turning officers who alone are author- I ised to make returns of the votes cast ? And this is precisely what the Durell i board did. The vote of 1870 and por- t tions of the census returns were about I the only "returns" the Durell board possesed or desired. The official re-: turns of the November election this board never saw. Their Igures are exclusively their own and an....

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. — 4 January 1873

~IONROE. LA., JANUARY 4, 1873. Now Regulation. Subscribers, outside this parish, are notified that, after the 1st day of Januu ary, 1873, we will discontinue sending the paper to them at the cadlfratiot, of te ftime for wAhich Choy havee paid. The date at which each subscription expires Is affixed to the address, so that any subscriber may know when his time Is out. Those who do not renew their subscription before it expires, may safely calculate upon not getting their paper longer than the time for which they have paid. The cotton below on the river, Capt. Blanks informs us, is pretty well nall hipped. S. D. IHay, of Texas, will give a free lecture to-night at the Male Academy, on the analogy existing between the Spiritualism of the Bible and the Spir ilualismn of to-day. The horse disease has almost disap. peared about town, but as convalescent stock are dying of paralysis and drop. sy in the Northern cities, a little care by horse-owners is advisable. 'Thursday night the 20th was...

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. — 4 January 1873

MONROE, LA., JANUARY 4,1878. FIW! REPORTi OF THE COMMITTEE. Messrs. H. N. Ogden, Pugh, Hern shim, Griswold and H. Dudley Cole man, who visited Washington City in behalf of our people, havejust returned home. Other members of the committe may be expected to arrive to-day or to-mor row. The delegation of ten remain be hind to carry out the objects of their mimlion to the Federal capital. The delegates whom we have seen, reportthatthe great difficulty at Wash Ington was to separate the State and Federalquestions involved in this con test from the mere personal interest of a struggle between Warmoth and Kel logg. In Administration circles, in and out of Congress, the feeling against the former was found to be exceedingly bitter; to such an extent, indeed, as to eausea disposition rather to excuto the violent measures of the Custom-House leaders, backed up by Judge Durell, as necessary to crush outs foe so much hat ed and feared. The efforts of the delegation were earnestly directed to c...

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. — 11 January 1873

VOLUME VIII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 18783. NUMBER 17. THE TELEGRAPH: Published ovary Saturday. AT MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA 'V. P7. 3ME'c& CTELAL.3IN=E Editor and Propriotor. AGENTS : McIutyro Co .....................Now Orleans. !.'rank Michaux ..................Now Orlonans. C:ao. C. Drew, and l3ohoun Urotheors, 'Traveling Agents. All other agencies are hol by rovoked. AD V IRITSINU REGULATIONS. 't'rannsienlt advertisemnouts must be paid to r iii advaance. All advortisements sent to this ollico wh oen not otherwise ordered, will boe insorted 'Lill forbid" anid charged accordingly./ Elditorial business notices will bo miado, 'roe or charge, of all advertisHeCnots ordered in the liapor; for othor editorial notices a charge o'f 5 cents per line will bo maudo. An oxtra charge of 25 per cent will in futuro be made on all cuts abovo one inch lil width, and upon all dooblo-column1I ad veirtLnioutits a sinila~r charge will be nuado. 'f'lRMfS OF1 SUBSCItII''ION. S:;...

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. — 11 January 1873

*Rarftta 54lermvb. YON- f. LA, J3ANIANY 1,16I73. .- 9O · OW LOBRU IsADERS, - remsealt os the eaes gtermse. to be ARieaaisse appears In the New Orleans of the .8th in'e:, nearly -o[s o& aneaating mittee ci-ab ons of and :profesflgto give their relative  the conduct of the ect'on in this State. These col oitlus~ Qe find, are the well wn polltldadead-bests, Plnchback, Burhbi , Ipgrqham, Kelso, Joubert, Browa~,i others of like kidney. Of the whole number, the arwpet-bagger, Burch, is the only egroo( pure blood, and there is not an indivi . among the seventeen, so 4i as we now, who is not -a pofeseional place hunter. These individuals claim to speak for the c.lored voters' of Louisiana-claim to know what thedeel and think and profess to have, espeelally, in their charge the permanent good of the ne groes of Louisiana. Of this committee there Is not one member who is au thorised to speak, in the extraordinary terms used in their manifesto, for the whole body of the negroes of Lou...

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. — 11 January 1873

!xtONROE, LA., JANUARY 11, 1S73. New Regulation. Subscribers, outside this parish, are notified that, after the 1st day of Janu ary, 1878, we will discontinue sending the paper to them at the crpiraation of the time for which they have paid. The date at which each subscription expires is affixed to the address, so that any subscriber may know when his time is out. Those who do not renew their subsoription before it expires, may safely calculate upon not getting their paper longer than the time for which they have paid. R. G. Cobb, Esq., recently purchased the Dortch lot and residence of Gen. Pargoud, paying about $6,000. The house was recently repaired at an ex pense of some $2,000. Messrs. Smith & Frist are erecting a new smith shop on Grand street, just below the railroad. Those gentle men are industrious, faithful workmen, in whose prosperity we rejoice. The mortar on DeSiard street du- t ring the early part of the week was about six inches in depth. A Mayor, 3 seven councilm...

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. — 11 January 1873

O*RuRtita 9Ualtgaph. MONROE, LA., JANUARY 11, 1878. GARDENING NEAR THE GULF COAST. Jamuary. Gardening should now be attended to promptly, whenever the soil and weather will Justify it. Never stir the soil when it is wet. The ditches should be cleaned out and no water should be permitted to stand in any part of the garden. The soil should be thoroughly spaded to the depth of a foot, at least. The surface should be thoroughly pulverized with a rake. .WVor into fnd 'mix with the soil thotoughly manure, well rotted, de cayed bones, muck, rotten turf, scra pings of the. door-yard, and scrapings of henroosts. WHiAT TO SOW AND PLANT. During the month continue to plant onion sets and plants, garlic, lecks, beets, cabbage, carrot, creas, roquette, mustaid, lettuce, parsnip, spinach, parsley, radish and curled kale. Shallots planted in the fall can be taken up, divided and tranusplanted. Art.ihokes should be divitlleI ail. planted without delay. tSago, thyme, i majoraui, savory and other herb...

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. — 18 January 1873

VOLUME VIII. , , DY 8, 87. . VOLUME VIII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1873. NUMBER 18 THE TELEGRAPH: uablishcd overy Saturday. V :' 'lI N tO, OUACIIITA I'AIlISII, LA 1'ditor and Proprictor. AGENTS : "Ifnllvro & Co.....................New Orleans. Srank Michau15O.................Now Orloeans. I.4. C'. D)rew, and lohoin Brothers, Tlravoling Agents. A 11 other agencies areo ]orolb revotd. ADVIE RTISING IREGULATIONS. 'Transiont advortiscenouts must be paid for in adv(ance. All advortisements sent to this oillco .vbon 1nt ottherwiso ordOred, willbo inserted "till ftrbid" and clharUcd accordingly. EIditorial business notices will be made, tioo of charge, of all advortisoemonts ordered in the papor; for other editorial notices a ,.-1argo of 25 conts per line will be made. o An extra chargo of 25 per cent will In fithtiro be Inado all cuts above one inch in width,, and upon all double-column ad- I ',lti-,"ilo:nts a similar chargo will be nadeo. 'Tl:lt'fs OF iUS'IIS'RIPTIO...

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. — 18 January 1873

*Rnaita Bkita tgaph. MONROR, LA., JANUARY 18,1878. 0. W. sO3RAIUt, matter. IMMIOATION OF BLACK PROPLE TO t LOUISANA. ' W "&eWeo eipected to find a Bepub Ilean paet'ttlling the land-owners, that, If L. ilana be Africanized, the m theirs. Much loes did >tir: io'tm from thesames6urce tiat= oed' iborewn are welcomed to 11bate; while encouragement Is not ; pi o abring to sell iands, to white Is.j' to, come among us. We had Eieeid, until we saw TWednesday's f1etellgenear, that It Was expected by the Replblleats that colored people sbholdi be encouraged to migrate to Lrouhians, and that white peopleshould take thteiough chances, and that what ever dtierlmination might be made, nome should be made to discourage the bhiks. But that journal taunts the pedple with their zeal in procuring black laborers, and their discrimination against the whites, and says if theBtate is Aloeanined the land-owners will be remonsible. 'There is a bit of justice in the taunt whlch'we are ready to end...

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. — 18 January 1873

MIONROE, LA., JANUARY 18, 1873. The Ouachita Belle, from Alabama Landing, left Monroe Sunday with 2300 bales of cotton. Col. S. D. Hay will lecture to-night, at the Male Academy, on Modern Spir itualism. Admission, 25 cents, to pay eopcnscs. Mr. Burns has taken the contract to erect a two-story brick store on the Pargoud lot, recently purchased by Mr. D. Breard. Mr. M. M1. Grady has purchased the Stevens plantation on the Island, 800 acres, of which 400 are cleared, paying therefor $10,000 cash. Cards have been issued to friends to witness the marriage of Col. I. C. Terry, of St. Louis, and Miss George Copley, of Monroe, at Grace Church, on Tues day morning at 8 o'clock. Quite a number of hill planters have been prospecting on the river for places this winter. Land-owners, wanting to sell or rent, have missed the figure in not advertising their places. There is no better place in the South ern country for a man of energy and capital desiring to establish a prosper ouns high-grade ma...

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. — 18 January 1873

*ucilbita tritpaplb. MONROE, LA., JANUARY 18, 1513. EDWARD 8. STOKES. Condact of the condemnoe Murderer in the Tombs--His Demeanor and 8ur roundlingsVisitorsaud riends. Stokes did not arise from his bed yesterday until about 9 A. . Heo told his flends that he had slept well. He appeared to relish his breakfast, and read the newspapers as usual with in terest. The- cell he now occupies is No. 4, on the ground floor, and is the one which has.or years past been allot ted to those who are condemned to death, and is by no means so cheerful as his old cell, which was on an up per Dier in the prison and was hand somely furnished. The walls were pa pered and hung with a variety of pic tures, selected to please the taste of the prisoider.. The floor also was carpeted, and a comfortable bed and bedding, ch}irs,.tgblq,, books and little articles of luxury were provided. Cell No. 4 looks bare in comparison. The walls have been whitewashed, and the priso ner has been. allowed a table, a couple o...

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. — 25 January 1873

VOLUME VIII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1873. NUMBER 19. THE TELEGRAPH: Published every Saturday. AT MONROE, OUACIIITA PARISH, LA C . w_. amIoOsmaBN =ra, Editor and Proprietor. AGENTS : McIntyre & Co.....................Now Orleans. Frank Miehaux........ ........Now Orleans. .tas. C. Drew, and Behou Brothers, Traveling Agents. All other agencies aro hereby revoked. ADVERTISING REGULATIONS. 'Transient advertisements nmst be paid for in advance. All advertisements sent to this oflieo when not otherwise ordered, will be inserted "till forbid" and charged accordingtly. Editorial business notices will be mado, froee of charge, of all advertisements ordered in the paper; for other editorial notices a charge of 25 cents per line will be antdo. An extra charge of 25 per cent will hit futuro be umade on all nuts abovo one inch in width, and upon all double-column ad crtisomtiants a smlllilar charge will Lbe nitde. TERlaS OF SUBtlSCI'IIP'IOrN. ',"'. "' py, one year,.. ........

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. — 25 January 1873

MONROE, LA., JANUARY 25,1873. G. W. McORANIE. Editor. EDWARD BULWER LYTTON. Right Hon. Edward Bulwer Lytton, the well-known English author, died Saturday afternoon, aged 67. Edward George Earle Lytton Bulwer, Baron, the third and youngest son of General Bulwer, of Heydon Hall, Nor folk, was born in May, 18Q5, and there fore died at the age of sixty-seven. He graduated at Cambridge in 1826, and afterward received the decree of D. C. L. from both of the English universi ties. Hisatrong literary bias displayed itself in early life; he first appeared in print in 1820, when only fifteen years of age, as the author of "Ismail," an Orientaltale. During the next few years he published several poenis and stories; but his first great work ofiletion was "Pelham," publised anonymously atthe close of the year 1827. This novel which is yet perhaps the most noted of his works, was at first coldly received, but quickly brought to its author the acclaim of all England, and thereafter his reputation ...

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. — 25 January 1873

MONROE, LA., JANUARY 25, 1873. The Editor left for New Orleans on Wednesday. Gen. John B. Gordon has been elect ed U. S. Senator from Georgia. The Hon. R. W. Futch succeeds Judge Tompkins as editor of the Union Record. Parties desiring to purchase lots, or rent houses, are referred to the adver tisement of Messrs. Locke and Bracey. Rev. Mr. McCampbell, Presbyterian minister, will preach at Sanders's Hall every Sunday morning, at 11 o'clock, until further notice. A copy of the Irish American, a neatly printed Democratic paper pub Itshed in New Orleans by Mr. I. C. Patrick, has been received. Terms $3 per annum. Geo. . L. Swezey, a telegraph opera tor who came here some two weeks ago from St. Paul, died on Thursday, of typhoid pneumonia, at the Ouachita House. He was sick when he arrived here. An Arkansas planter says he has long been of the opinion that the most economical way to make cotton is in checks 4 feet by 4 feet on bottom, and 3 by 8 on hill lands. He says a stalk of cotton,...

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. — 25 January 1873

OuArdita lkipiapb. MONROE, LA., JANUARY 25, 178. Narrle After Sity Years of Courtship. The Winsted (Conn.) Herald says: A marriage ceremony occurredin the clas alolocality of Sunkapogue, East Lyme, on Thanksgiving Day, which merits notice. It was celebrated at the resi dene of Deacon George Griswold. The bridegroom was John Griswold Bogers, a youthftlbachelor of seventy eight summers, who wooed and won his bride more than half a hundred years ago. The blushing bride was Elis Denison Griswold, who is slightly past sweet sixteen-there having been several cold winters since then-at the present time she is of the mature age of seventy-nine. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. L. S. Hough, of theCongregational Church. Among theguests were two brothers of the bride unitedly one hundred and thirty-one years. Another brother, aged seventy seven, was absent. Allen Rogers, of New London, aged eighty-one, a broth er of the groom, was detained at home. It will be seen that the couple belong ...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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