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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 26 July 1873

VOLUME VIII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY. JULY 26, 1873. NUMBER 45. THE TELEGCRBAPH: Published overy Saturday. AT MONtROOE. OrUAC!TI'TA PARISH, LA. Gl-. "VP. ~MEoCO3FLA ZTE'IS. Editor and Proprietor. 'rTERIS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ,n.: copy, one year .................. ........ ,00 nlo tcopy, six months ..t........................ 2,00 ADVANCE BIATIS: ')lt copy, one year .... . . ...........8. 3,00 Ino cotpy, sIX ml nths. ........n ...................2.00 A.GENTS: t'ettingill & Co........................New York. Griffin & Hoffman ....................Baltimoro. Thos. Melntreo....................New Orleans. John Schardt.................'t'raveling Agent. All other n1teneies arllhereby revoked. ALIVEIsTIcNG REG.ULAATIOrNS. Transientt advertisements must he paiil for inl advance. All advertisements sent to this oilte when not otherwvise ordered, will be inserted "till forbid" and charged accordingly. Edilorial butsiBess notices will be made, reoo of charge, of all advertisement...

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. — 26 July 1873

G. W. IUcCRANIE, Editor. MONROE, LA., JULY 26, 1878. DECREES BY SUPREME COURT, WITH BRIEF ABSTRACT IN MORE IM PORTANT CASES. Monroe, July Term, 1873. [By The Editor of the Telegraph.] CHIEF JUSTICE LUDELING S. Groom, adm'r vs. Jere Johnson- Judgiment affirmed, with costs. J. T. Daves, adm'r vs. R. H. Ward. -Judgment affirmed, with costs of appeal. Tutorship of C. G., and Mary L. Nu gent. A tutor Is not responsible for the inventoried value of slaves, where they were emancipated after they went into his possession. The next items charged are for goods purchased for Confederate money towels at $8 per yard, &c. From the evidence, and the admissions of the opponent, $25 would be a fair charge, and this we allow. Judgment against tutor, in favor of opponent, for $6528,02, with 5 per cent from 4 December, 1864, till paid, and all costs. Suc.of Felix Lewis.-The appoint ment of Administrator ordered, in order to allow a creditor to establish his claim. Judgment affirmed, with costs of a...

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. — 26 July 1873

.IONIROE, LA., JUTLY 26, 1873. Service will be held in Grace Church 1 every Sunday at 10i A. st., Rtev. A. S. n Clark, Minister. A chance for small hill l planter to a got river lands, and as good as any on b the river, Is offered by Mbr. I1. Layton, ti in our advertising columns. b Those who have tried the Cheniere perch and trout this season, say they 11 are exceptionally .tine. VWe have no report from the quality of the water out there. Our subscription list has been en- % tirely renewed in type this week. h Possibly, there will be found some v omissions of names of ptyhiCl subscrib- 1h era. Those who have been carried up- 11 on shoulders, cannot complain if we S refuse to "tote" them any farther. . tl The Caterpillar. Several planters tell us that thie cotton worm is in their cotton and easily to ti be found. It is generally believed that the cotton will be taken by the first of September-some thiink earlier, ourself among the number. As To Health. a There has been a decidcided ...

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. — 26 July 1873

IONROE, LA., JULY a2,1878. MAKE A PLAYROOM FOR CIILDREN. We want to beg of the mothers to make some provision for their chil dren's amusement, not in the way of costly toys but by giving them a place to play.. It saves time and trouble, it a your 'o01 and your children's 'In many families a playroom Sgiven to the children with vary lttle inconvenience. We know ts family where a little six-by-ten sewing-room Is vacated every winter when the cold drives the boys from their basement work-shop. The carpet is taken up, two barrels wrth a board across them makes a work bench, a dry giods box in a storing place for lumber, and an old bureau is tool-chest and depository for finished and unfin ished jobs. A board slid across the bot tom of the doorway keeps the shavings from being dragged upon the dining room carpet, and here, on their own premises, the boys work and play an perfect content. They whittle; they cut paper,theypaste,they paint. There is but two rules for the shop: No tools must...

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. — 2 August 1873

VOLUME VIII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, SATVI.RDAY, AUGUST 2, 1873. NUMBEL 46. THE TELEGRAPH: Publahoed every Saturday. AT MONROE, OUACHIITA PARISH, LA. Ct- . VP. Coa EA WX3L.LTE A, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ,ine copy, one year............................... .4,00 icn col'y, Mix mlonthts ....................... 21,00 ADVANCE RATES: ').Ih copy, oneO year .................................3,00 Oao copy, six mnonths .............................2,00 AGENTS: Pett.ingill . Co........................New York. Griflin &l Hoffiman....................Baltimore. Thos. Mclntyroe.............N....... w Orleans. John Schardt .................'Traveling Agent. All other agencies are hereby revoked. AIV ERITISING REGULATIONS. Transiont advertisements must be paid for inll advance. All advertisements sent to this ofllice when not otherwise ordered, will be inserted **Lill forbid" and charged accordingul. Elditorial business notices will be ,uade, freeo ofe.hargo, ofall advertisement...

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. — 2 August 1873

ucAbhita 'es agraph. 0 '.w. m.oAr, Editor. MONROE, LA., AUGUST 2, 1873. CASE OF TMHE BTA.TE VS. ZACK Me FABLAND. Appeal to Supreme Court From Caddo Not encumbering this report with the points of practice and pleadings in this eme, we come simply to the impor* tant questions involved. These ques tions are Were the acts of S. M. Morrison and I. W. Pickins, commissioned, respec tively, as clerk and sheriff of Caddo parish, by Gov. Warmoth on the 4th of December, 1872, valid ? Are their acts binding as to third persons? Or are they absolute nullities? As we understand it, Zack McFar land had nothing to do with the case, except that his bond was taken by the officlalsjust named. The sureties were adjudged to pay the bond ($3,000,) and brought the case up to the Supreme Court upon a motion to try the validity of the official acts of Morrison and Pick ens. It wasadmitted that the said officers had taken the necessary oaths of office, and had, also, given therequired bonds, and it was in ev...

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. — 2 August 1873

.MONROE, LA., Al'OLir c, I7:. Service will he held in Urace Chlurhl every Sunday at 10. A. M1., 11ev. A. S. Clark, Minister. See notice of C(ollector Wlhited 'rel tive to taxes. What can bIe m1ore mlil-erable thain a terrier-fled rat? The Supreme Court adjiournled sinc die early tVednesday morning. Thel Judges lost no time in quititngiMonroe. November "futures" are, sellilg in New York at 17 ~. li-IG cts. Gold, on the 80th, 51158 h 15l;. It is currently rumored that the last hitch in the consummation of the :sale of tihe Railroad, is, a want of funds by(. Tom Scott. The Aldine, for August, is at hand. There is no publication, of the ilhlus trated class, at all conparable to tihe Aldine. Prospectus on fourth page. The Board of Assessor. give not ice to the taxpayers of this lparish that, having received tile destriptive rolls of property, they will value said prop erty during tile piresent imonth. Mr. Wim. P1. Trites, mailnalger of tihe V. U. Telegraph Co., died of consumuip tion,.i...

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. — 2 August 1873

MONROE, LA., AUGUST 2,1873. eenae In the Texas Negro State Conven tion. The member from Brazorla then gets the floor, under the plea of a "pint ob order." "Mr. President, sar, I re rise far de purpus ob makin a few sim ple remarks ob a disultory manner, (a voice, yes, I know dat day will be simple, but I would like you to speak loader.") "Ef de gemman will scrape do wax out ob his years, den he will al no obsesity dat I should redress louder, and I .will say to de gemman dat it am de hith of ill manners to in terrupt a spectable gtmman in dat way, while peon de floor." The President here rules tlhat the member was not stating his point of order and that he must sit down, "den ear, I repeal from do inelsion ob de chair." The chair was sustained and the Sargent-at-Arms forced the member to take his seat. The member from Bastrop, "Mr. Pres. Ident, sar, I will take do back seat to no. man, in my fealety to do continental principle ob de publican party. But ear, I guine to say dat do pub...

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. — 9 August 1873

VOLUME VIII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1873. NUMBER 47. THE TELEGRAPH: Publibhed every Saturday. AlT MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA. r3. \J7P. CT I CSE..k E3, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. AGENTS: etingil Co.......................Now York. (lriitln A Hoffmanl....................Baltimore. Thos. McIntyre...................New Orleans. John Schardt.................Traveling Agent. All other agencies are hereby revoked.. ADVERTISING REGULATIONS. Transient advertisements must be paid tor in advance. All advertisements sent to this office when not otherwise ordered, will be inserted "till forbid" and charged aecordingly. Editorial business notices will be made. free of charge, of all advertisements ordered in the paper; for other editorial notices a ,-largo of 25 cents per line will be made. An extra charge of 25 per centt will in nature be made on all cuts above one inch in width, and upon all double-column ad vuertisolcents a sinmilar charge will be mandoe. TA...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 9 August 1873

Owribita ektrt apb. G. W. IloORAlMIte, Editer. MONROE, LA., AUGUST 9, 1873. POISONING THE COTTON WORM. Prof. Riley, of St. Louis, makes the following. suggestions to cotton plan ters. Some of our planters have al ready used the poison recommended, but we have no report of the effect. The experiment Is worth trying: Paris green, or Scheele's green, con tains a varied proportion of arsenious acid, and is a deadly poison; but the manner in which it may be used to counteract the cotton worm, renders it " perfectly harmless. If the green is pure, which can generally be ascer tained by the brightness and intensity of the color, it may be mixed with thirty parts of flour, plaster, slacked lime or ashes, and still be thoroughly effectual. The least possible dusting of this mixture upon the plants will be the means of destroying all the worms upon them, without the least injury to the plants themselves. The green should never cost more than twenty fiveeents per pound, at wholesale, and thirt...

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. — 9 August 1873

MON1ROE, LA., AUGUST 9. 1S73. 'rlte river is again fthling, having risen, from the late rains, about 3 feeoot. Service will be held in Grace Church every Sundlay at 101 A. aM., IRev. A. S. ('lark, Minister. There are about twelve brick business houses now progressing toaward con. pletion in this city, all of which will be ecupied this Full. 11. G. Cobb, Esq., has resigned the office of City Attorney, an office lie has filled worthily and acceptably for two years, and hold for the public good more than any honor or emoluments at tacheld to it. The August number of the Southern Cultivator has .roached us. The Culti vator is cordially recommended to our planting friends. It is made up for Southern planters, and is richly worth the $2,00 asked for it. To Miss Lou Slaughter, a little Oua chita girl not in her teens, we are indebted for a copy of ,cFloating Clouds Reverie," a piano piece of her own composition. It is very unusual to find one so young displaying such talent. The weather 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. — 9 August 1873

MONROE, LA., AUGUST 9,1878. [CqNwmVED FROM I8ET PAGE.] Governor. A law making it a crime to hold office without a commission, ought not to be enforced against those who hold under commissions from the Governor. I venture theassertion that there is no court In this State or in the civilized world that would convict Morrison or Pickens in a criminal pro ceeding, of the crime of usurpation under statute 41. If they be not usurpers in the mean .ng of that act, (as I belihove,) no part of the penalty thereof should be ap plied by this Court, assuming that the absolute nullity of all their official acts is a part of the penalty. Criminal law is always construed strictly; in a criminal statute there is no okence except that specially described as an offence, and there is no penalty except that expressly declared to be the pen alty. The statute in question has not declared it to be a crime to hold an ofice under a commission from the Governor; It has not prescribed,' as a penalty, that the ...

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. — 16 August 1873

~_.___---- ~ __~. ___.- --~---. . - ------- - . - ~ _i----- ------- '"OME VIMONROE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1873. NUMBER. 48. utlh " --VOLUME V- rol oHE TELBRfRAPL: ZtL'p ~a 'bl'iirhcl1 cvcr SaturlId of thle mnonti.0..$ 11: t2.t (.t't1'AT I' %i. f IA· There is nlot 1. V21 Potil actively evenl in town. _ jl\ lo,~$o ~ I 5 ..ltS ...i220~ tw 'rime rii'er is l: .-:: Aolt~r.0.·r~" A " ..2, be go~~odnavigatior. AIIvnx2'E Ila 2.....:,11 .lay.II or two.C iveekoi 1i 1101. . more raiin. --------~ AGCENT.~~Now~ yl'o.i M~r. Jo~shuaj.,1..11 '·- 'hli~''" . tl"dli 11101'. Chambrlai otyo.. ...W? C).Orleto' 'Ochrli l Sl~art.. 'l·;··f tI'01·L5I A2:ouLt. have er 01101'"L 1121111)C10'. 1. "I12VV~~k' (Jily, '[I A\,I·vRIZ'rl.'lN(2 221.'ijtTLATll)NS'. ing Q I- 1112';lilltl ttdl'ortli(11c2l.0nl nxntto 1'o paidl All 1211V01tiiomofltltil Oillt to thisr 00211'c wPlcll~mlllo tl~orlvia orde~rtol, Willis, ilaeloDTI 01.111 lhrbhl" and~ CIIJ.lrucitl arnciol'd0113 I.'atl'jlt i;l nmjilosa nloticesr Wil ben 11...

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. — 16 August 1873

0. W. McOR*NWI; ltoer. MOTROE, LA.,AUGUST 16, 1873. OUR PLAIN DUTY. Gov. Johi ueEnery, after spending several days very pleasently among his friends andadmirers here, left Wednes day morning, on the cars, for New Or leanas We had opportunity to ex change onlya few words with the Cov ernor, but found him fully alive to the work before him. He expresses, as one misgiving, a fear that the people will grow tired of the struggle in which such weighty interests are involved. It is apparent that no one man, nor one hundred men, can slay the meon ster, Unsurpation, unaided by the peo ple themselves. Public opinion must be brought to bear in all its power and efficacy, to undo the monstrous wrongs and outrages that have been devised for the ruin of the State, and every good citizen is directly interested in the holy crusade in defense of our rights and our liberties. Ofil~e is noth ing: a.govornment that protects, fosters and builds up a people is everything. It is the battle of principle...

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. — 16 August 1873

.O(NROl(l, ,A.\, A U'L'ST 16. I,.7:L. ifoe. A. \V. Faulkner, now inll \\'a-ih ingtolln, has our t:hankts fir ,favorls. WVt have failed, uponi inquiry, tol gatherl( anly startling or :sencionial I tail road runlorI". Tile )epartllment of Agriculture will accepO)t our thank.- for tilt' reglar rtteceipt of the monthly roplrt', of that Iin,11:u. The heailoth of MoIonro is againI at par. There is not enough .ickness to employ actively even on1o of the foulr physicians in town. Tile river is again rising. 'there will be good navigatiOll to this point for ten dlays or two weeks longer, without any more rain. IMr. Joshua Pico :rand Capt. 4(eorgi.: lhamberlain, foruierly of this city, have permanently located in Bryan City, Texas. 1lad government is tell ing every lay ay poll our poor ,8tate. The cotton lsems to be makillng rapid ly. On sonme pilaces pickinkg will le gin next wreek. The catterpilar is now in the web. D)anger from rot is seriously feared, owing to the cloudy, wet weather. ...

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. — 16 August 1873

MONROE, LA., AUGUST 10, 1873. THOROUGH EXPOSURE OF INDIAN FRAUDS. 1 The Cincinnati Gazette's special Washington dispatch, of the 30th, says: The Report of the investigations of the Indian Committee of the last House of Representatives into extensive and fraudulent contracts with various In dian tribes for thecollection of amounts, negotiatons of treaties, and other servi ees in Washington, had just been pub lished by tho Government Printing Office. The investigations extended over considerably more than a- year, being Incomplete at the expiration of Congress, and the report, with portions of the testimony, makes a volume of nearly eight hundred pages. The most wholesale and unprecedented frauds on several of the tribes are proved, and the recommendation is made that con tracts be annulled, suit for the recov ery of the money instituted, and Im portant general lonislation for the bet ter jpot~ction of the Indians inaugura ted." 'The Commissioners announce in large capitals on the tit...

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. — 23 August 1873

NUM6BER 40. VOLUMEMONROE, LOUISIAN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1873. NUMBER 49. VOLUME VIII. A"UIC NAVIAION. arr--. ARP ON FMAL SUFUFURAE.I boWed_ baryh a ny.1 se. hone, phaniosedgWmve some cor ON ______ ~ n a the o e plarints of shedding. WNormSa re we THE TELEGRAPII: A Pablishod every Satur.day T MONROE, OUACIIITA PARISIH, LA. ca-. W. AMoORaNIH)· Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.,00 Wholesa One copy, one year.......................2 ,00 .)Ile copy, six months........... ............ ADVANCB RATES= o AnvA copy.oe.:.. ,00 ORn Oneo copy, six onth....................2...,00 A T Nos. 73,7 AGENTS : e Pettingill & ....Co ............... .iNow York. Uriflin , IloumaD ............Nealtinlore. Thea. McInty........Ne w Orleans. John Schard......... ravelng Agent. All othe ageoncis are hereby revoked. ADVERTISING REGULATIONS. Transient advertisemente must be paid oar inate.a neaoO. All advertiseiments sent to this ofi e when not otherwise ordered, wibe nor t "tilU forbid" and char...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 23 August 1873

0. W. e@AitwN , aditer. MONROE, LA.,AUQUST 28, 1878. THE BATTLE IN THE NORTHWEST. [St. Louis Republican, Aug L&] The movement known in Illinois and other States as the Farmers' and in Iowa as the Anti-Monoply, has taken its first bold, full plunge into polities at Des Moines, and now it is sink or swim with it. That it should make the beginning at the capital of the very strongest Republican State of the Union is a significant fact ; and that, at the first step it takes, it shuold find itself lace to face with the Republican party, is also 'aigniflant. The two faets taken together light up,the pros pective before us, and show the Wes tern agricultural movement to be the declared fe of the dominant party In the country. Its platform infringes againast the dominant party's policy at nearly every impbrtant point, and there is a clear, sharp Iessue made up between the two. The Des Moines platform is an outcry against existing public and oicdal abuses, and as the Republican party, ...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 23 August 1873

uachkita lUe gzr pkH. MONROE, LA., AUGUST 23, 1873. See the advertisement of Store and Residence for rent. We are pleased to see Eb. Anderson again able "to run" his trot lines. To Exchanges. We are paying postage on dll the ex- a changes received by us. Our river report, last week, was madcon the.strength of what we knew was coming. The river did rise, but is now falling. s Thesickness of our principal conpos- r itor this week has occasioned a few hours delay in getting out this issue of the paper-just enough to miss some of t the snails going out. The connection between Jackson, Ii Tennessee and Cairo, will be made by g the first of October, when cars will be run through the entire distance between o New Orleasn and Chicago, without the a change of passengers or freight. e Mr. P. Vinson has been made Policeman i-1 Bent No. 1 of this city. A better selection could not have been it made. The Counsel has elected Capt. e WV. W. Farmer City Attorney, and d raised the salary to $700, an...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 23 August 1873

T aOTT AND g IMPERIAL IL MAL [From the Memphis Appeal.] Thee __ anDiego, inte latitd thirty-tWO, the a is ve handred and i-ty miles sou dhe f ot nt 551a Fmciseo and seven h ,nd|edand the lst of :sm fiftynorth of Matlan. The arbor, June. varying rom twenty-One to fWLut Li;or o feet in depth, Isthirteen and one-b aily aem n miles long, and so perfectly isndloked i A. CALnOU that the forcet temperst that sweep enu a over thePacific hardly ruffle pits surface. Nr.sA s Sthos ndships could here ind safe s M. M. wn Anchmoag. The dlmate'nof thne country is fl and coal and iron and golde pupsldmit abound in moi ta-s not far away. until end of Thereare foundries and bans-er ton except for t I atr whand eerhspeoes eTuition, Englls ientendasMialbe --bndevel t nsore l thni t--s of industry known to western and of instruamen southern towns is prosecuted in this xtralesons growing ity beneath the sitting sn. French...... l o the advan- Drawnga......... With the view of utilizingthe sdvan- ocan ...

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