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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 30 August 1873

VOLUME VIII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1878. NUMBER 60. THE TELEGRAPH: Published every Saturday. AT MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA. CJ W.tN  2h!oCLAL.2TM. Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. c nue copy* one year .............................. $4,00 One cpy, six months,......................... 2,00 ADVANOU RATHEs Lue copy, one year...8. ............... , One copy, six months..........................2,00 AGENTS: Pettingill A Co......................Now York. Grifin A Hoffman................Baltimore. Thos. McIntyre.............New Orleans. John Sehardt .................Traveling Agent. All other agencies are hereby revoked. ADVERTISING REGULATIONS. Transient advertisements must be paid for in adenase. All advertisements sent to this office when nototherwise ordered, willbe Inserted "till forbid" and charged aecordisg4i. Editorial buslnm notices will be made free of charge, of all advertisements ordered in the paper; for other editorial notices a uhargo of 25 c...

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. — 30 August 1873

letterswas stal ted, was from D, 1872, untilt o. W. wIcOAl I, di9tr. , wenlltown tc Monroe and a MONROE, LA., AUGUST 30, 178. road rand elser _ _ _ _ --__ the said Me( SUIT FOR $10,000 DiAMAGES TO Messrs. Rays' CHARACTER. agents on tb Railroad, pric The in ton u. libellous put . Theb }W Yindy Pei ia Full. Robert C. Ra; Ray and no ( Th following is a copy op.g etition was easy to f lhl Jn tli the "a s ofice of McCranie in feoen 3Y accusation" a _Tu J .. . ...tor, I spectable "yi ., Vs ~No.l O92. RobertC. .G . nGEW; MCCANXE. J the mails" o To the Hon. Judge of the Fourteenth Judi- portion of tl oai DiUt cort, in and for the Parish alleged robi of Oachita, tate of Louisiana: ' been commi The petition f James S. Bay, tutor the said Mel of his minor pon, Robert. Carson Bay, said libellou both residents of the.city of Monroe, in Carson Ra said Parish and State, respectfully rep- Messrs. Ra; resents- yet it was v That he has been duly confirmed and that said P qualified as the natural tu...

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. — 30 August 1873

o\ .l\ r aer * :`lit i} A 1tT ati no1 eh .e · t ci :v Ui'y, °f;:t lt'' 1 toc tltcl t \\ itiLtt ýi-ill to ItýoU il (0ctiOn( Of ('O.,. 'rhoe ocil·tllp Clllltit o 1:111t11 is platl\~, ý.tlu::J)10 Ai- lly0i]e f 11io t hU 111( ose 115(:O'( of the tOCSjlvii)1)itiQet i Iotl d~u 3ptti" I.tiist litil-e earned 1º~lirt't " Cct\.,, ateriralistie epithetsR t( ,. trlt . C" °q,, and ''hieli,~ stlrulb,'' L"5 I's0)ol o before th. e01irt5, by Ii. TUlr' t t nd \t'. AN'. rirmer, iý'otcyq0 illsttRr1C of J.'t1 l r S tC1Q 1Ut ut ,ol t son lobtrt C. RIay, tlA\'"r A441Y 2O 1s101(1 not contribute o tof ,10,000 to the future *,11rt of c loeeuIlious outI1 With 1s1 i1h~i;:t~ia fthfr, for 0.ltegedl ""'oa. l'cllou efllIPR tl)II, of 00 "Door boy's"5) t> `rOr't jeahr4) eozt11ieot oil IQ Y tt'tý 1l sit are ' vithleld. \Vplb I ý most surpeise t te reliC 01 P4blgc \\, I e »11h:11, of the attor. t'Ye s11o i rougli this si.Ta Ql10 Vf the A3 family slIoUldl seek to CN>tr o ;ti O Drs) atilt Material, " l :1 flat lý ...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 30 August 1873

MOINROI, LA., AUGUST 0 , 187. A LADY IN THE CASE. b [Prom the Courier-Journal.3 1 An old, old story, but a sweet and touching one, is that of woman's devo- t tion and sel-forgetflnesa in seasons of 1 sorest sorrow. The double railway 1 disaster of first a frightful collision and t then an explosion of ° locomotives, [ which occurred at midnight on the Chicago and Alton road, was enough I to paralyse the strongest nerves, but 1 the awful crash, which sent some from the sleep of life to that of death, was to many of the women, so rudely aroused fom repose, an opportunity for a work of humanity. The conductor of the' sleeping coach tells a straightforward story which needs no embellishment ofpolished phrases to adorn the angelic work of- these volunteer sisters of charity: "First thing I knew, the ladies, God bless them, were tearing up their un" derelothing to bind up the sufferers. Why, sir, in half a minute .they had searcelyanything left on them. There was round one man's hand a l...

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. — 6 September 1873

VOLUME VIII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1875. NUMBER 51. THE TELEGRAPH: Plublished ovory Saturday. .'L MLON .ROl, OUAUC11TA PAlLISIi, LA. kdltor aldl Proprietor. T"lRMS OF SUBISCRIPTION. (at Cto(bty, nel0 year,........................ .4,00 tloe t'nY, aix ilnllith,......................... 2,0O AD-ANFCZ zuATl: • ,,ou r:"l'YS ~,rto yetar! ........ ........................ S, ollu t I.*Oit." ltis ILiOntllRt. .. ..... ................. .4Ut(J AEN'[I-TS: Pottingill & Co........................New YorkL. (Irillin I fofYlnllan.............lli......lltilore. 'lhoe. Nltlttyro................. Now Orleanlls. John M)ll lcharcdt.................Travellgll Agent. All other gllnele are lohereby revoked. A IVRI, l'INf ( REaULATIONS. 'ITraLujbt advertisemlnntI mlnit be paid "r iln ttltoIAec. All tlvorteomennta sent to thit otllico vhent nlot otherwise ordered, will be Insorted '"I ill fl)I'id" anld eharlwed acordiu#ly. Idtlloriial nIinintwta notleet will be mnade, rto oln c...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 6 September 1873

0. W. utcdANEW, aditor. MONROE, LA., SEPTEMBER 6. 1873. One of our exchanges, the Bastrop Republican, says of the Tnr XmntAr'H's advice that it is nearly alwayg good, except upon political subjects. How long ainc the editor and pub lisher of the Republican made the dis covery the Republican has announced respecting the soundness of our political advice ? If we remeriber aright both these gentlemen warmly advocated Democratic principles up to the unfor tunate blunder made at Balfimore. Did that piece of folly have a rotretdetive effect and convince our former co laborers that the mtlitaryreconstruc tion of the seceded States, the grasping ambition aind aiarice of, iipported polli ticians, the depreciation of the impor tance and value of the right of suffrage and the run-maad lolicy that lar en gulfed Loaisiana .in debt and misery -to all of which this papervas opposed and fought against -were proper steps to have been taken, and that their op position, as well as ours, was contrary ...

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. — 6 September 1873

MO A., SITIEITMBER 0, 1873. b( Th r-fishing at Faulk's and above here said to be very fine. At the bats ", very few bar flsh have been Btugh of 'The k made by tMr. Peters for the al Syina ue is as neat a specinukll of I work nship as one would expect to tl see, ae in Cincinnati. C A Ltleman of this city lost his pocke$ook Tuesday, in which he had 01 somet lg over $1400 in cash. Hle has r had niidings of the lost treasure. We e requested by the Rev. Mr. b MeCCaell to announce that there will it be div~e services in the Presbyterian ii ehurclto-morrow at 104 o'clock, A.M. h We Io indebted to Maj. Stev. Power, tl of Nr Orleans, for a copy of "The Souveir," a. useful little advertising lI hook d tables, distances, statistics, &e. MArsETINO.--We refer, with pleas- b are, tridhe notice of our obliging friend Klein WVe have dealt a good deal d with Hein, and have only a good word S to sayfor him. n Servee,according to the Jewish rites, ci will hs held in the Synagogue on the si 2241 i...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 6 September 1873

MONROi, LA., SEPTEMBER i, 1873. MI. CAUDLE. How He Beginas to Show Oit the l'ited that is in Hian. It is rather extraordinary, Mrs. Cau die, that we have now been married four weeks-I don't see what you have got to sigh.about-and yet you can't make me a proper cup of tea. - How ever, I don't know how.I should expect it. There never was but one woman who could make tea to my taste, and she is now in Heaven. Now, Mrs. Caudle, let me hear no crying. I'm not one of the. people;to be melted ,by the tears ofa womanA for you can all cry, all of you, at a moment's notice. The water's always' laid on, and down it comes if a man' only' holds up his finger. You didn't think I could be so bru tal ? That's it. Let a man only speak and he's brutal.' It's a woman's first duty to makeadecent cup of tea. What do you think I married you for? It's all very well with your tambour-work and such trtnipervy. You can make butterflies on kettle-holders, but can. you make aspudding, ma'am ? I'll be bound not...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 13 September 1873

vOLUM VIII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1878. NUMBER 52. STHE-TE EGRAPH: 1i Pablshed ary Saturday. AT MONROE. OU CITA PARISH, LA. C. w . Aht CR1aWAL. W, Editor ddProprietor. TERMS UBSCRIPTION. tChie copy, one yea ................... ......... 9,00 '.neo copy, six men .......................... 200 ADVIOn RATES: ' hie acpy, one yeal .............................. ,00 ()le copy, six moi ........... ............ 2,00 Pettingll A Co ........................New York. Griffn Rofmlan ....................Baltimore. Thos. Mln e ....................New Orleans. John 8chait .................Travoling Agent. All other agoonlces are hereby revoked. AD V IRTISNG REGULATIONS. 'raunsiet a:dvQter ments must be paid All advertisements sent to this office when not otherwise ordered, willbe inserted "till forhid" and ch arged acordiny. Editorial business notices will be made, free of oharge, of al advertisements ordered in the paper, for other editorial notices a charge of 25 eentsper l...

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. — 13 September 1873

xrrskitar~tlegra4ph. G. W. inORAEcJII, whiter. MONROE, LA., SEPTEMBER 18, 1878. UNEXAMPLED BARBAIISEI Judge TihosI Crawford and District "Agtorney A. H. Harris Assapilnatod ALL THE KNOWN PARTICULAS II A groat crime eting our horror and streagest; c dmnalow, ;has &ee commitesd swa'israi-e ah ng , by whlhltrlet.'JddgeTho. H. o ford and District Attorney 4. H. Harris have lost their lives, Theeatwogentlemen havingattendad court:at Wihnnborough one week, ro turned to -their homes in Colua~bia, Caldwell parish, and, on last Monday, set out to return to Winnaborough, to attend the econd week's court. After they left Columbia, nothing is known of their movements, or of what terrors awaited them, except from the condi tion in which they were found byThoes. J. Hough, Esq., who followed them from Columbia, after two or three hours' Interval. When Mr. Hough reached the high land, going to Winns borough, bordering Beduf river swamp on the east,. h~ und the dead bodies of Judge Crawford an...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 13 September 1873

__________~ ii MONROE, LA., SEPTEMBER 13, 1873. a NOTICE. It The Israelites of the city of Monroe will 9 j closi'thoir businoss heuses on Monday and Tuoesday, the 22d d an d d of Sopteonbor, and 0 • Wodnoeday, October sit, tor the observance -of holidays. J. lIor" rMAx. SS. M. Mc~ranic, editor of the Vienna I jentlnel, called upon us the past week. u We are indebted to Mr. J. H. Jack son, ot Columbia, for frequent polite u ý ttbntions. - Close oVYIIIth Volume. he TELeol RAPi completes it~ eighth . ear to-day. t SSovral bales of the new crop of cotton v oliave been- brought to town during the a :week. Prices have ranged from 161 to 1h 1 .1 cents. a Mr. Emile Itauxet has opened a now S.market house in Monroe, and will keep v It supplied with fresh most of various a igds. Give him a call. '17:'ihoe follow who lives by robbing a , Garrettseon's saloon, called last night 7 -Againjtund procured some whisky, three c ;dozen eggs and about thirty dollars Sworth of Havana cigars. -Fotr phys...

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. — 13 September 1873

MONROE, LA., SEPTEMER 18, 1s87. Diºij OFP CHRISTIAN BROBELIU8. [From the New Orletns Republican. The city was startled last evening with the news that this good old man was'dad, Only a few days before he had 'bi upon the streets ihkixig ruddy and hearty, and it seemedsas tuough a score of years of hard work were in him yet. He died after a very brief illness at three o'clook'yesterday, and will be buried from the Lutheran Church, on St. Charles street, at four o'clock this evening. Christian Roselius came- to this city when a child, from Eremen, near where he was brn, in 1808., Ho was a well-grown boy when he landed bore, andshortly afterward apprenticed him self to learn the printipg btuslness he having no guardian. save an elder brother who' had himself to look out for. 'Air _ inga 'a~reatleeshlpof three years" he continued to work at the case aa journeyman coi _ tori until 1826, when he'ettb1hed week ly paper, the HaleyS the first literary paper started in this-city. Thishe 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. — 20 September 1873

7---OLUME IX. MON E, LOUISIAN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20 1878. °F` PaSai overy Saturday. - MO'NRiOE, OUACHITA PAItISII, LA. . ' Editok and Proprietor. '.;l lt'lS OF SUBsC1IVIPTION. i: ueoCpy one year, .............................ar . 4 x •I e eopv sxcouonths ................... 2,WW EArrvAsCU RATin: " )oe tl'pys gi~ yoa'r ...o........................... 3,0 Ir )rn tpy~ai$slnmat.......... ·..........~ .......2,0o AGENTS : PettichillCo....L ...... Neow York. rtiCi filn Hoirinn ...S Wirnmre. ,L*os. Minlutye ....................NoW Orlnila. .ln.e. Schargt .................ravoling Agenlt. A other aenciee are hereby roevoked. AD)VFERTISING REGULATIONS. Trainsient advertisements must boe paid at to this office a ' ý ý" wtllfc rte1Tf "bill forbid" and charged accordiagly. Ldldtorial -busincn notices will be ma ndo. Iel of clhirue,ofal iladvertisements ordered itl he paper; for other editorial notices n .-hiP e of 25 cents per lino will be madeo. An extra charge of 25 per cent will i...

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. — 20 September 1873

_. ý Ctty i f Monroe will ~,~;~,"~"afýSri,'e embl r, AndY of holiday.. J. HoWWBAN., huas n&i' ,11 '.rti ST 'fa i~t91W1 > r a ast I$ O ll~PA~ lRsP4$e tix2A4 Withers that he, Longatrent, «a4' Mir (9c rj , /M!,} lrelial t iaiaeyc ttritllbill la15d " " p Mm&V1 Iha- t0 u .ae i~r~inS~r~einsspj0·b~seh4laeIfe s C(r t 7t Er W- nilife·P'.I 14Mct and &pttabnrish !MIe aa1 m ', `dd t *0 tý :t ." , ~Yp1 RrAý 9.P~tflllwC: ~visbb~ plekng oeseiaw1.tbeoe ~'it" tie~ llk is7smmsh t Mýsh, s r t eSp lhfnqatk. -4.lbireLasi No knowing an of lt' hi Amsa~b thinush meotatE that' the-me1n i t+heI }"~t 'e iioasstbf of oei 6:g~lbnbadC wegetd: haulfearing sh :f l if J :pia / ei'"ii.ibii S'e; 1 owl,· id14'4ek, bedp1 :aewa s.c r ii eM~iseohipi&'noin 'W~. any o thatirs, -s5^ iesp O w:j . tOiBiEg~; pY.1 q z*~ .~~ ~W wdm v a.t0 bc 6"t ~sy1e~,en is way te~ioks Iltmnt Weedear ;ae&bijst the; Adnme ' " 1a the t ubtdra. `'rsl~bn ofie the th theiny id~t his orati'bt Ado nal, .ws "14O11ý r F ,w s lBq ~...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 26 September 1873

VOLUME IX. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1878. NUMBER 2. THE TELEGRRAPH: Published overy Saturday. t AT MON ROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA. GO. TwT. J 5tORcsXE M, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OP SUIBSCRIPTION. S1ol copy, one year,............................ $4, i ,o cop'y, six inonths,...................... 2,00 ADVANCE RATES: 'I)bo cpy, 0o 0 year ................................3,00 11,0 Copy, six iiOiths . . .............. 2,00 AGENTS : 1'ettingill .& Co........................Now York. trillin lm lHolfman ....................altimore. Thos. hlcltyro....................Now Orleans. John Schardt . 'l'ali...........Traveling Agent. All other agencies ar heroeby revoked. A D)VlRTIUSING REGULATIONS. I'r0nsionut advortisoements must be paid for in advance. All advertisements sent to this oflico wihen not otherwise ordered, will be inserted "Lill forbid" and charged accordinly. Elditorial business notices will be made, frlo of chargo, of all advertisomeonts ordered It the ...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 26 September 1873

-OURihitax 5lq#far.t a. W. eraeroAa , WUter. MONRON, LA., SEPTaMaBR 24 18-8. THE NEW 1Lon rANIC. New York d .y has had a huge sen -sleen in themuspeslon of a number of broke baakeus and speculators. It appmas that the trouble originated with t. adlure of the banking house of Jay Cooke & To., and that this house sea pended because of heavy payments .ude to sustain the North Paofec ailfreod Company, a corporation of great pretensions and of small realities. One . speculative firm after another tol lowed .the suspension of Cooke & Co., and Wall street went wild. Railroad stocks tumbled down, and a general money panic, resulting from specula tlons in stocks-paper promisee-fol lowed. The Government was invoked to interfere to save the sinking firms, but the Sereetary of the Treasury has been reluctant to yield to the demands made for his interterence. That fune tionary does not appear to recognize that the Government-itself a specula tor and a huge banking house-has any oblgati...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 26 September 1873

n haritn e agrtayh. MONROE. LA., SEPTEMBER 20, 1873. NOTICE. The Israelites of the city of Monroo will close thbir business houses on Monday and Tuesday, the 22d and 23d of September, and Wednesday, Octobor 1st, for the observance of holidays. J. HOFMrAn. New Bamlnees house. We heartily wish our young friend, I. J. Nelson, just embarked in busi ness, a large and profitable share of the trade of Monroe. IIe is one of the boys reared in our midst, will accommodate his customers, and he ought to be pat ronized. The Ouaelhta. The river is scarcely worthy of being dignified with the name of river. It steals along its great bed like a thread drawn through a large trough, and "at tracts attention only from those whose business calls them from one side to the other. Harrisonburg is at present the head of navigation. Jewish New Year. The festival of the Jewish New Year was appropriately observed, acording to the rites of the orthodox Jews, in the beautiful new Temple just complet- I ed on Ja...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 26 September 1873

MONROE, LA., SEPTEMBER 20, 1878. e THE DEVIL FISH. Wtor e&ienetfo Amerioan I noticed in your last issue an Illus. a tration representing the devil fish. I was not aware of any living specimens in the world, until Isaw the illustration and your announcement of two living - specimens. My attention was partieu lady attracted to the matter, because I have a most perfect fellow (in alcphol), and have earnestly endeavored to find oat hbw many there were either in Europe or America. Thus far I have not been able to find any in America, except my own. If the one in the Hamburgh aquarium is but two foot from tip to tip, mine is more than as large again,being four feet three inches. The smaller one has, however, the ad vantage of being alive. The strength which these creatures possess is almost beyond comprehen sion, as is evidenced by what took place when mypet was captured. He had selzed hold on a submarine diver, at work In the wreck of a sunken steamer off the coast of Florida. The ma...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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