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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 3 October 1873

VOLUME IX. MONROE, LOUlpIANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1873. NUMBER 8. THE TELEGRAPH: Publiahed every Saturday. A'l' MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA. c . ';TV . 25KoCP W.ELAk I9, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. a* lo copy, one year,.............................. $,00 uteO copy, six months,.......................... 2,00 ADVANCE RATE: .),Io copy, ono year, ..........................3,00 'lOo copy, six months.......... .................2,00 AGENTS : Pottingill & Co........................New York. G(rlnlia J tHoffminan............ Baltimore. 'rhos. McIntyre..................New Orleans. John 8chardt ................Traveling Agent. .ll other agencies are hereby revoked. ALDVERITISING REGULATIONS. l'ransient advertisements must be paid i(,r in cu(cance. All advertisements sent to this ollico w hen not otherwise ordered, will be inserted "Lill forbid" and charged accordingly. Editorial business notices will be mado, a eeo of charge, of all advertisements ordered IIa the paper; ...

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. — 3 October 1873

0. w. @e O UA, Mater. MONROE, LA., OCTOBER s, > 1. TEE OUISlANA CASE. Th aSftidavitm fylnlahld Kellogg e parte, by Blanchard and other Fusion re appear to afbrd the ad herents of P bi existing State govern ment.a eonasldeable amount of re-as surance. Brod grnas and smiles play upon their moatures, and composure mnarks their daily doings. It there be any :hereafter,"- in which the Devil shall get his due, the possibility has dlsappeared under the honest discleosure of the veracious Blanchard and his in dustrious pals in venality. We have have looked to see at least a show of honest Indignation, on the part of Kel logg's supporters, at the outrageous frauds Blanchard swears he was guilty of last Fall; but we have simply watched the signs in vain. The whole burthen of the song seems to begin and end In the alleged discovery that the Fmsionists did this and did that, and the refrain manifestly Is that, Kellogg, being in power, no matter how, must remain in power. Our impreession is ...

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. — 3 October 1873

Surtbilta ialegrah. MONROE, LA., OOTOBER ,. 1878. The October No. of the Southern Cultivator has come to hand. The Police Jury of Caldwell parish offers a reward of $500 for the arrest and conviction of the murderers of = Judge Crawford and District Attorney Harris. With no kind of industry has the money panic interferred so serionsly as with the railroad machine shops. The 3 shopseof the N. L. & T. road are ",ape rlently" unaffected. Jordan Walker (colored) was tried and convicted of forcibly entering the house of Emma Clifton at night, with I intent to commit rape, and sentenced by Judge Ray to ten years in the peni tentiary. Dr. Sandel, 6 miles below town, had his gin-house and four bales of cotton burned last week. The fire originated at the stand, was thought to be extin guished, but broke out again during the night. Loss covered by insurance. I George Ensminger advertises the re opening of his restaurant. He has secured his old and popular cook-a genuine Creole cook-and wi...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 3 October 1873

MONRoU, z4., oParnu 187er3. Howi ii paewe to a ctiy afflicted ast Bhrevepjt i. and what must be the and tale of woe in sa h atime of dis trees, our reidesi may glther from the following items 'fom the Shreveport .Daly'Times of the 27th and 28th: we regret to learn that Meor Mon emre's eldest daughter died of the fever yesterday. Late ymsti~dy afternoon Whitt Mo Kellar, sonao- MeKellar, and Major James Ashton were dying. Mr. Ed Plerson, who died on Friday night, was a relapse ease. He was out one week ago, and appeared to be in good health. Two supply trains arrived from the interior, bringing in supplies much needed by our suffering people. One train came to the depot and- the other stopped at the race track.. We regret to learn that General John J. Hodges died at his plantation on Friday. He qoatracted: the fever in this city, anti was treated here until convalescent. He then went home, re lapeed and died . Ba Peters, the eashler of the Freed man's Savings Bank of this city, died ...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 10 October 1873

. MONOE, LOUISIANA, O R 10 . NU . VOLUME IX. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1873. NUMBER 4. THE TELEGRAPH: Pabnlhke every Saturday. ATI' MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA. c-, TW. ThoC RAI=IL. lT , Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. AGENTS: Pettingll & Co ........................New York. Grifrlfin Hoffman.....................Baltimore. All other agencies are hereby revoked. ADVERTISING REGULATIONS. Tl'ransient advertisements must be paid for in advance. .All advertisements sent to this office I when not otherwise ordered, will be inserted "Lill forbid" and charged accordingly. Editorial business notices will be made, free of charge, of all advertisements ordered r in the paper; for other editorial notices a ,.arge of 25 cents per line will be made. All etra charge of 25 per cent will in rntture be made on all cats above one inch ink width, and upon all double-column ad ertisements a similar charge will be made. '.LRItFF OF ADVERTISING RATES. .dvertisemnents will b...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 10 October 1873

0. W. =uo , u n miter. MONROE, LA., OCTOBER 10. 1878. We have no particular change to re qrt in e ~finaiselal condition of the country: The promised improvement l atlll deterred.* The great money cen tis o1 the Union seem to be no better o~, pecuniarily, than they were at the ntio the crisis; while the pressure has extended to all the local markets, and is even now cramping the producer at home. SWhere is the source of all this trouble? It is not in the producing capacity of the country;-it is in the Government and that wild system of speculation fostered by the Government. The trouble .lies not in the want of produc tions, the only real source.of national Weelth, but in the reekless dfispoelton of speculators who, controlling the'me djm 4 exhlaange, have staked millions wheeitay did not own hundredS, and av;,as was repeatedly prophesied, at last ciie to grief and to bankruptcy. Bat the .catse of the disaster have leamto do with our purpose, than its e-ll-ta. The country will deman...

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. — 10 October 1873

MONROE, LA., OCTOBER 10, 1878. Competent judges say that the ,"Vol vet" whisky kept by S. W. Saunders Is about the best whisky to be found in town. The Weather Has been as fine as could be desired since our last-clear, cool, dry and brao ing. Our streets are very dusty. Frost. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings there was frost, but the ten derest ot vegitation does not seem to have been hurt. The C(rop. Planters are gathering their cotton with a will. More than one-half the crop is already picked. On all hlands, the yield is said to be less than expected when picking com lenced. The River. A sudden rise in the river, amount ing to 11 or 12 feet perpendicular, has to be noticed. The rise came from above Camden. Yesterday the river was about on astand. Noboatsarrived, but the Bastrop and Stella Block are reported coming. health or Monroe. Last week was remarkable for sudden attacks of bilious fever. In several cases symptoms of dengue were unques tionable, and a few chills occur...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 10 October 1873

:: oiNO X, LA.., OCTOBER 10, 1r87. k the.C.saittee at seveat, Cam. ia a '.Ess. Ceoreaeio a04 the Ofty of New Oilesass4 AddirS ess br the attseptebeople of Septem er, 373.. a,+,r : ýt ,+.a maw convention of is irl MeState of Lonisiana-be · S~ls~ e iy lled to assemble at the city dofNewOrleans, at 12 x., on the Sth1. '.~ief November next, being the :lobfl.tonuday'of said month, and the pole all the parishes, irrespective bf -priutj, who are opposed to the Kel logg. usupation, are earnestly invited and rectuested to join, and partlelpate n the elei tlon.of delegates to said con vention:' Resol m*7A'Rba the pnrposes and ob jelts of said coVe~tlon are to take into eonsidesation the political situation in '';kd~i· l, imstitate, the necessary measures- long to an amelioration of the 4xndtiOn of h16people, to set forth Soargrievances to the Congress of the United States, and to the people of the Union, and to petition and memorial ise CongBtr for relief ftom the Kellogg .usrpsatlo esta@...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 17 October 1873

VOLUME IX. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1878. NUMBER 5. THE TELEGRAPH: Paublished every Saturday. AT' MI)NROE, OUACIIITA PARISII, LA. -" . 27". IIEoC23EAL2. +3I Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ,1 ,, cnpy, one year,............................... $4,00 no copy, six onths,..................... 2,00 ADVANCE UAT1 : rtco jcopy, one year ................................3,00 (i oo copy, six mlonths, ......................2,00 AGENTS : Pottingill & Co ........................Neow York. (Irillin &t IloJlan.....................Baltihnore. Thios. M.clutyreo.............New Orleans. .Johl Schardt .................'Traveling Agent. All other agencies are horoby revoked. A l)VElTISIN(G, R IULATIONS. i'rtansioent advertisemenonts ust be paid llor ill( c(du(tlCc. All advertisseonndIts sent to this office whoen not otherwise ordered, willbe inserted "Lill forbid" and charged accordingly. Editori:tl business notices will be maldeo. t'roo of clharge, of all advertis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 17 October 1873

. W. aWeOZAlE, datter. MONROE, LA., OOCTOBER 17. 187. CASB OF W. B. ADAMS. LOUISIANA RADICAL JUSTICE. The history of this case reads more like the history of some ease In the Middle Ages,or that of the proseeution of a witch in the days of the Puritans, than anything we can compare it to. Rob Boy, the outlawed chief of the MacGregor,, committed crimes, which beconfiseed, but justified by the laws of nature. W. R. Adams denies that he haseommitted any crime, and de mands a trial of the courts of his coun try; while the agents of the law surrep titiously hurry him from place to place and studiously avoid giving him the trial which he does not fear or attempt to elude, but persistently demands, in order to establish that he is not only innocent, but that his rights as a free man are wrongftlly, maliciously and Inhumanly disregarded. Rob Roy was not treated more like a felon. We will endeavor to state the ease: Wm. B. Adams, intent on business, he being the proprietor of three cotton pl...

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. — 17 October 1873

MONROE, LA., OCTOBER 17, 1873. Major H. M. Bry, recently returned from a visit to the St. Louis Fair, will accept our thanks for late St. Louis dallies. Dusiness Changes. 8. Meyer having occupied his new store, Mr. L. Kern has taken the build ing vacated by Meyer. Mr. J. liBaer has removed to one of Endom's brick stores on DeSiard, and Mr. D. Lemle has taken the house vacated by B3aer. Mr. G. C. Ensminger is displaying considerable enterprise in his efforts to keep up a first-class restaurant in Mon roe, and as evidence of the fact his bill of fare, including choice beef, oysters, crabs, red-fish, sheephead, and other choice delicacies, will amply suffice. N. Marx. By a piece of carelessness in our com posing room, a notice of our old friend Marx and his large stock of merchan dise, was lost last week before it got into type. His advertisement, how -ever, must have been read -by most of our readers. Marx has filled the Drey fus building full, and is offering his goods and groceries ...

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. — 17 October 1873

*rua -kitra e1t ayh. xONlOe, LA., OCTOBER 17, 1878. RIEOLUTIONS By the Committee of Seventy, Calling a Bass Cesvention at the City of New Otleans, and an Address by the Co h lttee to thePeople of thba. K eta opted 24th September, 18t3. Resolved, That a mass convention of the people of the State of Louisiana be and in hereby called to assemble at the city of New Orleans, at 12 M., on the 24th fay of November next, being the fourth Monday of said month, and the people of all the parishes, irrespective of party, who are opposed to the Kel logg usurpation, are earnestly invited and requested to join, and participate in the election of delegates to said con vention. Resolved, That the purposes and ob jects of said convention are to take into consideration the political situation in ILouA~iea, to institute the necessary measures looking to an amelioration of the condition of the people, to set forth our grievances to the Congress of the United States, and to the people of the Union, and t...

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. — 24 October 1873

(bE 04rnMC*R_ ,FROBERg. VOLUME IX. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1873. NUMBER 6. THE TELEGRAPH: Publisho overy Saturday. A'T MONROE, OUACHIETA PARISH, LA. C+. t9T. SLoO "LRAL Eil, Editor and Proprietor. ''TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Scpy, one year .......................... $.i,00 Soe ctopy, six months ................... .. 2,00 ADVANCE RATrE: , copy, one year ...................... .....3,00 4ne copy, six ulonths ........................2,00 AGENTS: Pettingill & Co......................Now York. Grillin Holfan..........................altimore. Thlos. Mclntyro ...................New Orleans. John Schardt .................Traveling Agent. All other agoncies are hereby revoked. A DVIiR'ISING REGULATIONS. 't'r:alsioent advertisements nmust be paid fur int aldvance. All advertisements sent to this offieo when not otherwise ordered, will be inserted "till forbid" and charged accordingly. Kditorial business notices will be made. free of charge, of all advertisements ordered in t...

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. — 24 October 1873

ta c Ar it alittle rapb. 0. W. ORAIREU, Editor. MONROE, LA., OCTOBER 24. 187. ;THEOBIEO ELECTION. The, election for Governor, State officersand members of the Legislature it the great State of Ohio, on last TUCe. day, was, confessedly, on the part o01 both the Administration and the Op position, a decisive struggle. As we understand it, the fight was one, sim ply, todetermine whether, or not, there was a Democratic party in existence to dispute the march of Radicalism to ward centralization. - It will be remembered, that, when, in last year's campaign, the National Democratic party gave up its organiza tion, and surrendered, to the Cincinnati movement of Greeley and Brown, the first blow in favor of the disbandment of the Democracy and of the strength of the Liberal Republican party, was struck in Ohio. Certain prominent Republican, free-trade leaders of Cin einnati began the Greeley movement. This movement started auspiciously, with well-settled Democratic tenets, as the leading f...

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. — 24 October 1873

MONROE, LA. OCTOBER 24, 1873. e'Important tax notice" appears to day from Mr. S. Whited. The repairs on the wharfboat have been completed. Business with that institution is conducted by W. P. Ron wick, and so far as this gentleman may control we endorse for him in blaank. The people are called upon to send delegates to a mass convention to be held on the 24th prox., in New Orleans, for the purpose of obtaining relief ;'om the Kellogg usurpation. It is about time some meeting of the parish was being called to consider the matter. The Weather. O'i Wednesday the mechanics working In the open air made only 25 per cent of a day's wages. The night succeeding every one made twelve hours' sleep, to the music of the pattering rain. Yes terday, up to noon-the hour of closing our forms-out-door business was en tirely blockaded. The river is again rising, and the little bayous filling up with water. The late November rains have come in October. The effect on unfortunate, or indolent cotton plan...

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. — 24 October 1873

MONROE, LA., 00CTOBER S, 18M. Promm the Mobila Register.] This~,oie;ofthe salgeotS that cannot I be worn oat. We have treated it over I and over~ ln e ~rre ter,and yet I Its gq 'a snakes lt just an t newa s atrat. We cannot talk too I musch n abin )l ';r +1>a 8 manuree- 4 s0 tIi 1!,.  . 0i.. them should I bei ke eto. y before our people, untill' 'le less disposition to netn ta. . issahown at present. utihms _hafrmaer should neglect hoamenmar 'm. ,nues, for their mann fatbde hiYe'd ly rofitable. A hand andd a tt.italplof ed on s work alone, of urihrl4ng'up aeailable material and Ialb dop' `Peps of manure, would make morethan atsany other labor. How very much might be gained or saved if every planter. ade manure saving a distinct" business, Instead of a mere indidegbof the fih~m work. EvebIy Piartiles of; .Yhes, sweepings, garbergreen situff :from the garden I and leaves, should be'saved diligently 1 and piled up along with the droppings I froa taihe stoai . Keep stables and p...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 31 October 1873

U IX. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1878. NUMBER 7. VOLUM4E IX. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, OCTOB3ER 81, 1878. NUM16BER 7.. THE TELEGRArPH: Publiahed every Saturday. A't' MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA. Ca. 'w . SioC :LAF2RBNEIM, Editor and Proprietor. 'riHllMS OF SUIISCRI1TION. Wit, t..|ITy one year............................... e4,00 4)3n0 cLIopy, six nlontlhs,... ...... .... 2,00 ADVANCII RATES: neo py one year .................................3,00 4)110 copy, six months.............................2,00 AGENTS : I'ettingil . Co................... .....Now York. Grilltn u loffinan ............Baltimore. Thos. ,lclnltyro ......... .....New Orloans. John Schardit ................. Travoling Agent. All otlher agollclOo are hereby rovoked. A,)VERTISING REGULATIONS. t'razsient advertisotlelents must be paid hI r inll audeace. All tdvertisonlollts sent to thiis ollle e when not otherlso ordered, Will be ilsertud I "ti11 forbid" and charged accordningly. Editorial busitilOss notic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 31 October 1873

. W. . eo3tlAEr, tsanr. MONROE, LA., OCTOBER 81, 1878. (g-E xINAMuL p !ouCY OF NEW PLAIt cOUNTIrY TALK. It slapoi tglflflnding spirit we enter our eP=ts t against the action of the banks and besineea men of New Or leans. In truth, we believed and felt when the notteo of the thirty days' suspension was first announced that the movement deserved to be universally censured. Under the pretext (in the' words ofthe official announcement) of beneel - ng "the agricultural as well as the commiereial interests, and as the only manner through which the In coming crops oian be moved without ruinous scriftee8s in l ;es," the banks of Nev9*i uaite¬I. In the suspen In the light of whati ls'transpired it must seem to havei been a "ruinous" poi cywhen the banks resolved to close thirvaults. How could the incoming crops be moved without the money held by the banks? And how could the banks p0.il' y obtain relief when theroWee . "incomin0 es "incming' Tle Ni t Orle n nt was bound to.inoilfyhis agen...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 31 October 1873

MIONROE, LA., OCTOBER 31, 1873. k d PARItSH CONVENTION. ( Fusion Parish Convention will meet ti at Monroe, November 8th, 1873. The cI Wards are requested to select delegates. it The object of the Convention is to send a; delegates to the State Convention at t} Now Orleans on the 24th of November. lf R. G. Conn, n R. RIrAunnsos, M THIos. MCGUIRE, a Sub-Committee. C The meeting for the Monroe Ward w will be held at S. D. McEnery's office ft on next Saturday. R. RICiARD.sO's. WVo are in receipt of almanacs and C calendars for the year 1874, free of cost. P yment of subscriptions are not so plentiful. Mr. II. Barnett, Vienna, will please "n settle up arrearagts for his paper, when his request will be promptly attended to. This paper is not published either for el glory, or for gratuitous circulation. The residence of Mr. J. DM. Adams, now in course of construction, will be an ornament to Monroe, and especially to IIart's addition. It is one and a-half stories high, has six rooms and wil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 31 October 1873

- _ w*ll Ah E -" . ine i jw ifint:i' Oth hne irli. _When a I  .ak.. r , as It is term ii, l- '. Tli~gisafame Wi,- i1apl frora: 65 to.1Q eio~t 1eet e square at -x . e running nsearly to a f, ie'st"of a `derrick ,frhmtools used in drill i r tflt wbeis lke any ordi n pt te being about abotheve that is the au -hGete t wo chai ·Ifnlke *lld his .lMd : bove :th ' the "sinker bar.' This 'e' attached at the ul.h jhui ,, ..e deric i, and dowa.,to na'erge. windlass moveen which Ikeeps the drill at wpump i lowered and the standing by ; gibe' tbols more S an to turn t riught iPoutwhen the drll is ag Aiter thedh'irc adet11 certain quantity or a` `'tosand,`it Is drawn from the weli-p.nto the derrick1 and the sand pump is lowered and the sand is brdnghtlott,-when the drill is again in serted. xhe rope used must be of the very best aaity, aid in digging deep wrels it~ uireitwo ropes, as the sand very odteb utethem out. The expense isa very considerable one, being 9400 for each iope. The tools ...

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