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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 1 February 1873

VOLUME VIII. - MONROE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 18783. NUMBER 20. THE TELE-GRABPH: Publishod overy Saturday. AT MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA Di tor and Proprietor. AGENS : iMcIntyre Co.....................Neow Orleans. Frank Michaux ...................Now Orleans. Jas. O. Drew, and Behen Brothers, Traveling Agents. All other agencies are hereby revoked. ADVERTISING REGULATIONS. Transient advertisements must be paid for in advanse. All advertisements sent to this office when not otherwise ordered, willbo inserted "till forbid" and charged accordistgly. Editorial business notices will be mnade. freo of charge, ofall advertisements ordered in the paper; for other editorial notices a ch':argo of 25 cents per line will boe mado. An extra charge of 25 per cent will in future be made on all cuts above one Inch in width, and upon all double-column ad votisominont a similar charge will be made. T'~lMMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. I py, one year ....................... ....... $e,00 rone eoipy, 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. — 1 February 1873

MONROE, LA.. FEBRUARY 1, 1873. Q. W. WeORANU. Editor. LETTER PEOM THE EDITOR. NEw OnLEAxe, Jan. 29, 1878.-At last we have something regarding the political muddle that enables us to take a reckoning, and it is gratifying to know that this something is of a re assuring character. After the decision of Chief Justice Ludeling's portion of the Supreme Court-a decision inde cently hurried up-to the effect that the Lynch Board was the only legal Returning Board, serious fears were felt that the Senate Committee of Con gress would make that a reason for discontinuing its investigation into the Louisiana election. But the Committee decided toproceed in the inquiry. Honest John Lynch was summoned to the stand, and a more merciless examination-in-chief the records of congressional investiga tions does not furnish. The manner of conducting the Lynch count of the votes was minutely exposed by Lynch, showing that his Board had no returns and went so far as to count whole par ishes by affidavits,...

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. — 1 February 1873

MON1rbita EBUlY 1,17. 3i0YYiOL" LA., F~EBRUARY 1, 1573. See notice of the Western Union Tel egraph Company. Snow fell Tuesday evening to the depth of three and one-half inches. Szee advertisement of Proctor & Gam b,le's Extra Olive Soap. It is sold by all grocers. Improvisations from the Spirit, by ol. S. D. Hay, deferred to next week for want of space. Arthur's Home Magazine, the Chil dren's Hlour, and Blackwood's M'aga zine, for February, have been received. Col. Hay will lecture at the Male Academy, to-night, on the Spiritual Needs of the Day and Their Supply. Admission twenty-five cents. CoPOauISE, m1eans : To rivet ten fold stronger the shackles with which our hands have been bound for four years, and which we have almost shaken off. The river is falling at this place. The steamers Ounchita Bello, Sabine, May F'loower, Lottawana, P. W. Strader and Leo are now making regular trips to and from New Orleans. (Iov. McEnery has appointed Capt. Chamberlain tax collector of this ...

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. — 1 February 1873

MONROE, LA., FEBRUARY 1, 183. KING BABY. His sceptre is a rattle, His throne is mother's arms; He reigns a tiny tyrant,. In ll his dimpled charms ! Yet round bhi royal presence Our loving hearts entwine: Dictator of the cradle, And ling by right divine ! Whatever be his mapdatps, No courtiers dare rebel: His mother's'1hIef of the household, Prime minister as well I In you perambulator, His downy car of state, Exdeting, rosy'moonareh. What triumphs on him wait ! In purple ease antidsplohdor, Long. ·nng he seeks to reign ; All hints of nose dijointed He smiles at with disdain ! c Alas! that royal greatness ' Should ever. be disowned: Here comes a tiny stranger King Baby is dethroned ! • -The Abline., t VLIPPINNis. The Attorney General of Flo,ridma Is blind. Bisttrllck'ls Mon is lengagtl to ail Americ'an girl. Why is a mouse like at l,:al ,l hLy h ? Because tlie cat'll eat it. Thackeray's daughter is tile qa(ueen t of London literary circles. Rev. H. W. Beecher received ov~er one thou...

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. — 8 February 1873

VOLUME VIII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1878. NUMBER 21. THE TELEGRAPH: Pablishoed oovery Saturday. A' MONPROB, OUJACIIITA PARISHI, LA Cs-. TRw . atOC IErL. n72 , I!Ntor msd Propettes. ADVERTISING REGULATION. T'ransiont advertiselnonte mus be paidM sr in adtmice. All advortlsomente sent to this omico hllen not otherwiso ordered, willbe inserted "till forbid" and chrged aconrdintly. Edlltorlal business notices will be nlado, froe of chargo, of all advertisementa ordorod in the paper; for other editorial noticos a harge of 25 eoonts per line will bo mado. An extra charge of 25 per cent wvill in future be mado on all cuts above one Inch in width, and upon all double-column ad v'rtiwnomute asmullar charge will be mado. l'AItIPF Oi ADVERTISING RATES. AlvertleOlnllts will be insorted at one i.,llar and fifty cents per square (one inch .,f space or loss), for the irst, and seventy :.v, cente for each subsequent insertion, lor i.,y time under one month. For longer i eriod....

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. — 8 February 1873

ruachita tetgraplV . MONROE, LA., FEBRUARY 8, 1878. a. W. M0aAWIU, sUitor. THE LOUISIANA CASE. a-Goev. Wasmth to Geov. Mlunory. WAsrGOIN'TON, Jan. 81, 1878. To His Excellelny John McEnory, Gover nor of louisiana The evidence taken so far is very sat Isfactory. Mr. Lynch, Mr. Bovee and Gen. Longstreet, members of the Kel logg Retgrning. Board, have testified before the Oomml.tee. They admitted that they demanded of me the official returns on the evening of the 6th Of December, and on that night, without having received them or any' reply from me, they made up and promulga ted in the official journal, of the next morning, the 7th, the composition of the Legislature which was on the 6th assembled at the Mechanics' Institute. That theevidencesof election on which they acted consisted as follows: 1. Of statements of one of the Uni ted States inspectors appointed for each poll In some parishes and in none of the statements signed by both the inspec tors, except in New Orleans, where the r...

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. — 8 February 1873

LIOMtROE, LA., F'EIBIUAItY t;, 1S73. ('apt. S. W. Odell has our thanks for St. Louis papers. Service will hIe held in (race Church every Sunday at 10 A. M., Rev. A. S. C(lark, Minister. t(ee advertisement of new IrbOr shop, adjoininig the photograph gallery. Ilouglass is a first-class barber-give hin a trial. 'Phie steamer Sabine passed down Monday evening with her flag at half mast, in respect to the memory of Jls. D. MelEnery, Es1. We are requested to announce that the ratfle for the silver pickle stand and pitcher will come off at 12 o'clock M. to day at S. Meyer's store. The City Council has accepted bhids ir grading all the principal streets, and work was commenllced Wednesday. As there is every appearance of good weather for some time, the work will doubtless be completed soon. We invite attention to the advertise- I mont of Mr. II. Haller, dealer in hard ware, &c., and agent for Buck's Brilliant and the celebrated Ringon WVasher. When you order from New Orleans send to h...

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. — 8 February 1873

uacihita Wdltpraph. MONROE, LA., FEBRUARY 8,1873. THE AERIEL TELEGRAPH. A Washington special has thefollow log allusion to the bill incorporating the Loomis Aeilel Telegiaph Company, which only ugeds the signature of the President to become a law: This eriel 'telegraph scheme is a novel thing. The plan of Dr. Loomis, the inventor, is to telepraph from a high peaklof.the. Bocky Mountains to the highest attainable peak of the Alps, at which point a tower will be erected, on the top of *'ifih' ia huge mast is to' be placed. An apparatus capable of collecting electricity is to be put upon the upper end of this mast, by means of which, at ouch elevation, it is claim ed a strata of the atmosphere will be I reached which is eharged with electric ity. Ground connections, the same as in ordinary telegraph, will be erected. t This electrified strata of the atmosphere will, as with the ordinary single wire I and ground connection, make a con- I plete circuit, and it Is claimed that the slighte...

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. — 15 February 1873

VOLUME VIII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1873. NUMBER 22. THE TELEiRAPH: Published ovary Saturday. ArT MLO ROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA ca-. WM7'. oG7CE4LA4.1T3EE, L11itor and Proprkto. i ADVERTISING REGULATIONS. ! Transiont advortlisonents must be ,aid for ihi advantc. All advertisements sent to this ollico when not otherwise ordered, willbo inserted "till forbid" anul charged accordinJly. Editorial businoss notices will be nudoe. frco of charge, of all advortisoements ordored in the paper; for other editorial notices a ll4iargo of 25 cents per line will be made. Anll extra lchargeo of 25 per cent will in ftluro be mnade on alt cts habove 010o inchI :t width, and upon all doubleo-coluluii ad tti"lsocltuts a similar charge will be made. I'ARIFII'F 01F ADVERTISING lhATES. .ldvortisolnonts will be inserted at one I1lar anmid tifty cents per square (ono inch i"f spaco or loss), for the first, and sovollty r;iv' cenlts for each suibsOeqleOnt inlsertion, for .aniy timel under 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. — 15 February 1873

MONROE, LA., FEBRUARY 15, 1873. 0. W. AaaIAUU. sltor. LOUISIAMA IN CONGBESNS-A- NEW BLECTION. From what has transpired at Wash ington, as shown by our dispatches, we may safely predict that a strong effort will be made to require a new election ofthepeopleof Louisiana. What would have been the course of prominent Radical leaders in Congress, had the State gone against the Fusionists, it is proftless to conjecture; but as the ox gored was the Republican ox, the state of the case is altered, and the effort is to be made to give the defeated contes thnts another chance to prolong their lives and to humiliate and impoverish the State. The report of the Senate Elections Committee on the election in Louisiana (published elsewhere) was the first au thentle disclosure of the views of the Republican majority on that commit tee. We confess to some disappoint ment at the gingerly manner In which Henator Morton and his friends handle the Kellogg party in this State, espe cially in that that 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. — 15 February 1873

tONRlOF. LA., "EI~RUITARY 15, 187.:. A. ITN'I. : MecIntyre & C'o.....................New Orlcans. 1I'raik ~lchaux i .................... New Orleans. Jits. C. Dhow, snt 4 l I-ho Ihrotthers, '.'rtvelltng Agents. A& othetr aotles are hretne rie ok'ed. New Regutlation. Subscribers, outside this. parish, are notified that, after the 1st day of. Juau ary, 1873, we will discontinue sending the palper to theu at the e.aJiratiot ofi the time for which they hare paid. The dlato at which each subscription expires is afilxoe 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 safoly calculate upon not getting their t paper longer titan the time for which i they have paid. Service will be held in Grace Church every Sunday at 104 A. .I., Rev. A. S. t. Clark, Minister. Predictions of an overflow fronm the a Mississippi are plentiful. In such an 1 event what will becolnoof the railroad? t llUt little has ...

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 February 1873

MONROE, LA., FEBRUARY 15, 1873. Change in the German Infantry Tacties. An English journal publishes the following summary of an Imperial de cree making important modifications a in the tactics of the German infantry : Henceforth, unless in exceptional r cases, the German infantry will always be formed in skirmishing order. In fantry Captains will be mounted on horseback, as it is evident they would not be able to pass over the ground occupied by their companies with suffi cient swiftness on foot. The first rank (or third) of the company being thrown out as skirmishers, the second will be similarly ranged at a distance of two hundred paces behind, ready to fill up the blanks that may be made in front. The rest of the company will be two hundred metres further back. By this arrangement it is calculated that the destructive effects of modern projectiles will be greatly diminished. The rapid ity of fire possible In the case of soldiers ranged in skirmishing order four or a five metres d...

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 February 1873

VOLUME VIII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22. 1873. NUMBER 28. THE TELEGRAPH: II IPablished ovrry Saturday. AT MOI~RO,. OUACIIITA PARISH, LA. EStteer and Proprietor. ADVERTISING REGULATION$S. i'ranllont advertisements must be pal' for II ,uctdvaowc. All advertiseor ents sent to this otlico v ion not otherwise ordered, will be inseorted 'till forbid" and charged aecordicgly. Editorial business notices will be uade. fro, of charge, of all advertisements ordered il the paper; for other editorial notices a .4tiargo of 25 cents per line will be mado. An oxtra charge of 25 per cent will in f0nturo be nado on all cuts above one inch ei width, and upon all double-column ad S:'titsonn.nute a similar charge will be niado. 't'Atlt1R F OF ADVERTISING RATES. .,tivortiseiClitts will be inserted at one t.l;ar andl lifiy chuts per sqularo (one inch Sf :,paco or loss), for the first, and seventy .i .c conts for each subsequent Insortion, for a:ity titme under one month. For longer .,-;itlds...

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 February 1873

MONROE. LA., FEBRUARY 22, 1878. 0. W. MAcORANWI. EBdtor. HOW AND WHY LOUISIANA'S ELECTO EAL VOTE WAS EXCLUDED. Result of the Oount by Conress. The Vice President explained that two sets of returns had been received from Louisiana by messengers and du plicates of each by mail. The first was received by messenger on the 81st of December, 1872, and the second on the 2d of January, 1878. The first return was then read by the tellers. The election of the electors was certified by Bovee, Acting Secretary of State, and the votes were cast for U. S. Grant for President and Henry Wilson for Vice President. Thesecond had the certificateofGov. Warmoth to the election of another list of electors, and to it was appended the certificate of the Register of Votes of Louisliana, giving what purported to be the popular vote, showing that these electors received a vote averaging about 66,000, while their opponents received an average of about 68,000 votes. The vote was cast blank for President and for...

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 February 1873

MONRIOE. LA., FEBIIIARY 22, 1873. AGENTS: McIntyreo Co .....................Now Orloeans. i l'rank Mlicthaux ........... e.....Now Orloans. Jas. C. . Drew, and Bohen Irothelrs, Traveling Agents. All other agencies are hereby revoked. Now Regulation. Subscribers, outside this parish, are notified that, after the 1st day of Janu ary, 1873, we will discontinue sending the paper to them at the e.pira(tionl 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 subscription before it expires, may safely calculate upon not getting their paper longer than the time for which they have paid. Service will be held in Grace Church every Sunday at 101 A. M., Rev. A. S. Clark, Minister. Plain Words. The delinquent patrons of the TELE ( t.APll are urged to make prompt set tlemcent of their indebtedness. In a few words,we must have what is owing us. Those who will...

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 February 1873

*tiacitita tWZlerapk. MONROE, LA., FEBRUARY 2t, 1873. A TOUGH STORY. A Imate that Died of Fright. [ From the Memphis Appeal. Last Saturday a gentleman living near Madison Station, on the Memphis. and Little Rock road, left his home to go to the village. He had not proceed ed more than two. hundred yards, mounted on a lineal descendant of Balaam's ass, when he encountered a great, greasy, black bear. The bear was astonished, and, without 'taking time to think, hurried up a scaly-bark hickory, and seated himself very com fortably on a limb thirty or forty teet from the ground. The farmer was completely puzzled. If he rode back' to. his house to get his gun the bear would surely escape. He therefore tied the mule, a long-eared melancholy mule, forty or fifty years of age, to the body of the tree.. The mule was bridle wise, but no bridle would hold him, and a strong leathern cable was kept coiled about his neck. With this he was fastened to'the tree. The farmer started to the house, and...

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. — 1 March 1873

V.OLUME VIII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1878. NUMBER 24. THE TELEGRAPH: Published overy Saturday. AT MONRO1 MACHITA PARISH, LA. cs. wR. sucocOamaZas. S att1or and Proprietes. Ahl ERTISING REGULATIONt. 'Iransloat advertiements must be paid tui in atjIanoe. , All andvertisements sent to this ofice v wlhol not otherwlse ordered, will be inserted "':till forbid" and tcharged acordEsiy. E ditorial business notices will be made. .rioo otJarge, of all advertisements ordered in tlhe paper; for other editorial notices a ,hari'o of2Jpeunts per line will be made. Art oextra charge of 25 per cent will in 'utul r be made on all outs above one inch il width, and upon all double-oolnmn ad vlertisemne au sinmilar charge will be made. SRIiziE O ADVERTISING RATES. S Advertisenments will be inserted at one t,tllar and fifty cents per square (one inch ,.t .plceer-lfsg), for the first, and seventy live conrlts for each subsoquent insertion, for Sa lS1" tilme under ode month. For longer i'ri...

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. — 1 March 1873

MONROB, LA., MARCH 1, 1873. G. W. Ule@hA U, Eaditr. WHO WILL TRIUMPH I Our readers have probably noticed that we have said but very little--little at least fora paper like theTaLEaArAPH -concerning the right or wrong of the Louisiana troubles. Ever since the re sult bf'the November election became a question for adjudication by the courts, State and Federal, and by Con gCres, we have believed that the justice or righteousness of our cause would be blut a sduhalI Item in the final decision of'thie case. Therefore, we have simply subordinated the merits of the case to the views and partisan predilections of the men who have Louisiana in their Spower. Wlhen enatorMorton launched out,in an exposure of the frauds and ountrage perpetrated by Honest John Lynch, With the daily indications only as our guide, we were quite hopefu-l; and we were further strengthened by a corresponding despondency on the side o.f Mr. Kellogg and his supporters. The several reports of the Senate Committee, whe...

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. — 1 March 1873

uac i ita teqgra ah. MONROE, LA.., MACH 1, 1878. New Regulation. Subscribers, outside this parish, are notifiled that, after the Ist day of Janu ary, 18T8, we will discontinue sending the paper to them at the expiration of the tNne for ewhich 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 subeeription before it expires, may safely calculate upon not getting their paper longer than the time for which they have paid. Peach trees are very nearly in full bloom. Mr. Vogh offersan open carriage and new harness for sale cheap. Service will be held in Grace Church every Sunday at 10j A. M., Rev. A. S. (.lark, Minister. The three days just past are to be speelally praised as being the first three days this year suitable for garden iug. The old King store has been neatly fitted up as a barbershop by G. Jonson, who elsewhere advertises his card. Jonson is very attentive an...

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. — 1 March 1873

MONROE, LA., MARCH 1, 1873. v"ykA~idib A CUR FORI SXALLPOX I..L ; Furley) hl'a ltter to the, Soteh nman, says he is able to prove that vac ina tlo is ,pt ,oanlyta preventive of tthii l "- but a cure. I'is, he says, ascertained thatwhen a person liable to take circulates in the blood for eight dayelbre piteitg any febrlle symp Sbs;then'e6minences hadache, sick :es; , trifa'tthe bak!k s used eyes, . tanept lif] . white furr&1 tongue a grouip"ibpsymptonms that belong to no c • ; bller'le"and Tiit for three days. It'cti)tbn a~aed'.on since Jenner's great ighct'ery" morbi than eighty yd. i asgb, 'tiat it Is niit otly wrong but fatal to vaclibae ahy one during that stage of the disas e,. or the subsequent bi/ M tion "thO eruptlon makes its ap pearance. But Mr. Furley says he can show, fromj caises under his care, that if yop vaccinati duri4g the eruptive stage; the eruption Is itilmediatlly ar- i rested., The mature lymph overtakes the immature poison, and the disease terminates...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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