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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 1 March 1873

MONROE, LA., MARCH 1, 1873. vYA XA i caiOUSREFOR SMALLPOX B.: . Fuarley1 ln'a letter to the ,Scotch nmn, says he Is able to prove that vac , tI't h Ib s Q.n only,a preventive of t '[ bua Cure. I is, he says, aseertained thatwhen a person liable to take circulates in the blood for eight daywbefbrt pivdutcfhg tny febrlle symp tbmtthen  inences h-tdache, sick ae6A;l w f,~i th' -buck, stised eyes, W ttrd . wpularly: white fitiri tongue a'g tip6f hptorns that belong to no Imit eae', aiid Iat for three days. `ItQ'xsein afct o sihnce Jenner's great i overy iore than eighty yt sg, that is i.rt only wrong but fatal to vaccinate anhy one during that stage of the disqeae,. or the subsequent bt"id tln 'the ruitptlon makes its ap pearance. . But Mr. Furley sptys he can show, frotm crises under his care, that if you, vaqcinata during the eruptive stagb; the 'eruptionx is itinmediatlly ar rested. The mature lymph overtakes the immature poison, and thie disease terminates. If the eruption has g...

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 March 1873

VOLUME VIII. MONROE. LOUISIANA. SATURDAY. MARCH 8, 1873. NUMBER 25. THE TELEGRAPH: Published overy Saturday. AT MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA. Ca-. wT. 2 EcsCE;..dhm 5Z30 Mtter and Proprietor. AGENTS: McIntyre & Co.....................New Orleans. Frank Michaux....................Now Orleans. Jas. C. Drew, and Bohen Brothers, Traveling Agents. All other agencies are hereby revoked. ADVERTISING REGULATIONS. Transient adve-tilsennnts must be paid "or In advance. All advertisements sent to this office when not otherwise ordered, will be inserted "till forbid" and charged accordingly. Editorial business notices will be made. troe of charge, of all advertisements ordered in the paper; for other el1torial notices a Mlarge of 25 oents per lineo ill be made. An extra charge of 25 per cent will in Aiture be made on all cuts above one inch in width, and upon all double-column ad ve·tisme nts a sfmilar charge will be made. TARII'P OW ADVERTISING RATES. Aclvortlsoemente will be inserted at on...

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 March 1873

VOLUME VIII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1878. NUMBER 25. THE TELEGRAPH: Published every Saturday. AT MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA. CG-. ` V. 3%Zo4C7RB dh2FZ W, BEtter and Proprietor. AGENTS : McIntyre & Co.....................New Orleans. Frank Michaux....................New Orleans. Jas. C. Drew, and Bohon Brothers, Traveling Agents. All other agencies are hereby revoked. ADVERTISING REGULATIONS. Transient advertmenouts must be paid for in advance. All advertisements sent to this office when not otherwise ordered, will be inserted "till forbid" and charged accordingly. Editorial business notices will be made. troe of charge, of all advertisements ordered in the paper; for other edlitorial notices a dhargo of 25 oents per line'will be made. An extra charge of 25 per cent will in titure be made on all cuts above one inch in width, and upon all double-columnn ad vortlaomient a similar charge will be made. 'AItPI OM ADVERTISING RATES. .ldvertlsomnenta will be inserted a...

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 March 1873

*ukatrita astIaurq*. MONROE, LA., MARCH 8, 1878. O. W. IMcOUwAN , walter. CHIEF JUSTICE - LUDELING VS. THE NEW ORLEANS PRINTING CO. A suit of more than ordinary impor tance has been instituted in the 5th District Court, Judge Cullom presiding, the 'title of which heads this article. The amount involved is $100,000; the foundation of the suit being an article in the New Orleans Picayune of seve ral days ago, reviewing in caustic terms the course of Judge Ludeling in his railroad operations and as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, and which article Mr. Ludeling avers is libellous and damaging to his character to the extent of $100,000. The Chief Justice has secured as attorneys, W. H. Hunt, Semmes & Mott, and Hays & New, among the foremost lawyers of the New Orleans bar, who are to pros ecute his suit and maintain the recti tude of his course. We do not remember, since we be came a journalist, now fifteen years ago, of but one suit brought in our State to fasten the grave cr...

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 March 1873

MONROEI, LA.. MAtRCHI , 1.73. New RIegulation. Subscrribers, outside this l,ari h, are notified that, after the 1st day of Janu ary, 1873, we will discontinue sending the paper to them of the c'pi'(ifii of ithe tbe for which/ they here ,ei;d. The bdate at which each subscriptiont expires is affixed to the address, so tluhat any subscriber may know when his time is out. Those who do not renew their subsceription before it expires, may safely calculate upon not getting their paper longer than the time for which they have paid. Service will be ileld in Grace Church ivery Sunday at 10J A. .t., Re-v. A. S. Clark, Minister. Sec card of Messrs. Smith & Fritl, carriago makers, wood-workers aind blacksmiths. They have a splendid assortment of material, and stand lir't class in their trade. Gabe Savannah, (colored, of course,) one of the ring-leaders in the forcible rescue, last Fall, of a prisoncr from the hands of an officer of the law, has been drawn on the jury for the next term of c...

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 March 1873

MONROE, LA., MARCH 8, 1873. THE SERGEANT'S STORY. "Yes, slr," said the Sergeant, '"I was down there atSumpter when it was bom bariled,and alively timeit was, though we were not much scared. We had always been on pleasant terms with the Ipg0le_ about here, and never had a bh word: but it was plain to be seen ':t i"i they were getting ready to fight ua.Sor , all that. They were building .-  ad practlcing gunnery from them ..i weeks before they turned their guns S.Opus. Major Anderson felt very badly about these preparations, and I have seen him almost crying, for he knew well the trouble and terrible loss that these people were bringing upon them selve.. - He said at the first what the result of their action would be. When the Star of the West was 3red upon his officers, Captain Doudleday, of compa ny E, and Brevet Captain Beymour, of our company, and others were anzious to open-fire upon Fort Cummings, that threw the shot, and almost insisted, but the Major sternly forbade it. They ...

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 March 1873

VOLUME VIII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1873. NUMBER 28. THE TELEGRAPH: PuIblished hovoy atuaday. AT MONR~OE, OUACIITA PARISH, LA. CA-. W.7. 2 boC ".ýLENT , Iitaor and Proprletotr. AGENTS: lilntyro Co C.....................Now Orloans. If'rannk `Miclaux ....................Now Orleans. J;s. U. Drew, anlid Bolilon rothers, ''ravoling Agents. All other agencies are hereby revoked. A DVL4TISINcG R11EGUL ATIONS. I'ranisiont advecrtleeeits muse be paid .1r ll advance. All advortisonmnti sent to this office , Ihen not otherwise ordered, will be inserted "til forbid" and eharged accordingly. Sldittorial business notices will be made, f-ro of charge, ofall advertisements ordered in the paper; for other editorial noticts a ..tnrKg of 25 cents per line will be mnade. An extra charge of 25 per cent will in ;tllure be tnade on all cuts above one inchk 11 width, and upon all doublo-column ad .r, ltIoaneUits e ltular charige will be uade. "i'AltIPY O ADVERTISINO RATES. ulvertlsolmno...

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 March 1873

MONROE, LA., MARCH 15, 187a. -,---- ---- - - _!W~ u.ow,~~ EUditer. ii 7A, NAiCTO LIE IN THE COURTS. el It should be called upon, o ass1f j will .soon be, to say how ec hei , should be chosen, whether o b nt or by ballot, we shouJl d flrastli e:to obtain the consent of" thie sI judgi themselves to an election. Tl t] last bulwark of a free government--the judlelary-has become its destroyer in Louisiana. What with injunctions, h restraining orders, and as Senator Car. I penter styles them, "packed courts," C we, the people of Louisiana, have a e future before us enveloped in such deep t gloom, that, if it were practicable, not t less than one hundred thousand people t would cross our borders to-morrow never to return. I The Judiciary has become the State, c to all intents and purposes. No judge t has anything to fear in the way of pen- c alties, so long as he conforms his judi- I cial functions to the course of the party I now in power. He may snap his fin- c gers at the bar, at publ...

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 March 1873

MONROE, LA., MARCH 1:, 1873. The farmers have been blessed with another week of fair farming weather. Wanted. Four or five copies of the TEl.w; u.\ ri i of the issue for January 4, 1873. Service will be held in Grace Church every Sunday at 10) .a. st., 1Rev. A. S. ('lark, MIinister. We have had the pleasure of a call from the Rev. Mr. McCampbell, Pres byterian pastor at this placd. 11o has an impressive bearing, a good face and we should guess a benevolent heart. A piece of MS., weighing over one pound, sent two months ago from Shreveport to this office, distance 110 miles, is yet on the road somewhere. Are there any literary thieves on the route ? A flag twice the size of the old one floats over the Courthouse. The sym bol of the Republic increases in size in an inverse ratio to the benefits derived from free government. After awhile it will be all flag jnd no country. The distinguished Kellogg legislators wlho live in the mountains of Claiborne and Jackson appear to be awaiting 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. — 15 March 1873

Outtacita gldtgapb. MONBRO, LA., MARCH 15, 1878. WHAT TO DO IN CASE OF AN ACCI DENT. Professor Wilder, of Cornell Univer sity, gives these short rules in case of accident. It would not be a bad thing to cut them out and carry them in one's pocket book, or better commit them to memory. For dust in the eyes, avoid rubbing; dash water in them; remove cinders, etc., with the round point of a lead pencil. Remove insects from ear by tepid water-never put a hard instrument into the ear. If an artery is cut, compress above the wound; if a vein is cut compress below. If choked, get on all fours and cough. For slight burns, dip the part in cold water; if the skin is destroyed, cover with vainish. Smother a fire with carpets, etc.; water will often spread burning oil and increase danger. Before passing through smoke, take a full breath and and then stoop low, but if carbon is sus pected, walk erect. Suck poisoned wounds, unless your mouth is sore, enlarge the wound, or, better, cut out the par...

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 March 1873

___VOLUME VIII. MON , , S DA, MAH 878. N 27. VOLUME VIII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1873. NUMBER 27. THE TELEGRAPH: Published every Saturday. .AiT !) QN ROt, OI7AC.\HITA 1'A1hISII, LA. 14ditor and Proprietor. - AGE.NTS: elntvro & Co ..................... N w Orlea s. ,rtank Miichaux ....................Now Orleans. Jas. C. Drew, and Iohen IBrothers, 1 Traveoling Agents. A11 other agencies are hereby revoked. AIIlVERTIS[NG lEGL.LTI(ONS. TraInsitent advertisoements lmust be pai ;'.r inl rdvance. I All advortisemenlts sent to this ocl ce Slln lnot othorwiso ordered, will bo binrsoted "till forbid" and charged accordingly. Editorial business notices will be ade, c ofo charge, ofiall advertisements ordered :,a the paper; for other editorial notices a .-:tlrgo of 25 cents per line will be llide. .Ani extra charge of 25 per cent will In I !;rnire be lmade on all cuts above one inch t 111 width, and upon all double-colunl adl , ortimu0ntote sinuilar charge will be uollte...

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 March 1873

MONROE, LA., MARCH 22, 1873. 0. W. UOIMAIEWI, aditor. PAVINi TAXES TO A FRAUDULENT GOVERNMENT. We come now to the gist of the matter. Ever since it was settled that the question of the relative claims of the MeEnery and Kellogg governments was to be decided by Congress, (or by the President, which is worse,) it was evident that nothing else remained for the people of Louisiana except to deter mine, whether, or not, these arbiters sustaining a downright fraud, the peo ple themselves would sustain it by con tributions in the way of taxes assessed and levied, in so many words, for that purpose. That has been, and is now, the question presented to every free born, independent citizen of this State. We have reached the practical test, and by that test each and every citizen must be judged. Independent of the right or wrong of paying taxes to the Kellogg govern ment, It concerns every property holder to consider what is to be the future of Louisiana--and, necessarily, the value of his pro...

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 March 1873

MION\'ROE, LA., MARI'U1 2', 1S73. Wanted. Pour or five copies of the TLr,.:c:I.t a . r of the issue for January 4, 1S70. Service will be heldi in (:race ('hurch every Suntday at 101 A. M., Iev. A. . ('lark, Minister. Watch Your Address. The date when each subscription ex pires is tffixed to the tubleribwCr' name. Receipts of money are aleklowvl. edged by a simplle change of dates. Don't foiget this. The younger portion of our colll " munity hasbeen going through a seige of the measles, but so fii" we have not heard ofa fatal case. Mr. Gilbert, of Vicksburg, adver tises a stolen horse. No one seeillg his description, can fail to identify the horse. Wn. A. Richardson hals been :p pointed and confirmed Secretary of the Trasury. All tihe old Cabinet in0tnn hents have been re-appointed. We are informed that the fire on t hlie S)ddity did not iriginate, :1s stated els(e where, outside of the cottonl, )but Ibe tweeno the boiler and enginllie roomll amidship. It is hardly worth while to ...

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 March 1873

MONROE, LA., MARCH 23, 1873. LAST WORDS OF COMEKHODORE MAURY. As the supreme hour drew near he turned to his son, Col. B. I. Maury, and asked, in the language of the rul ing passion, "Do I seem to drag my anchors?" The answer, "They are sure and steadfast," gave him gratify ing assurance. When he had been silent for some time, and supposed to be speechless, Colonel Maury approach ed him and enquired his cendition. He responed with marked distinction and emphasis, "All is well." Soon he saw the signal and set sail for the eternal shores. Commenting on thisextract from the Lexington Gazette, the Baltimore Epis copal Methodist says: No dying utterance of the great has ever impressed us more than the last words of that scientific seaman, who disclosed the mysteries of the deep as Newton did those of of the sky-"Do I seem to drag my anchor?" a question, the full significance of which all who have been in a ship at her moorings, when a heavy gale threatened to render all her securites una...

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