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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 16 January 1874

. ,,^ " Vý + 1 A' .1 .Y 1 f 1 ý 4 ;'Rý fý' 'M f f ý{ ý"Q " "ý s ... . . .ýý .r _,.;iý Y ý · VOLUE IX MORO ` LOISIAA, FRIAY,, "JNUA THE TELEGRAPH: Pablisk every Frlday. AT MQNROE. OUACHITA PARISH. LA. CA. TW. MhtoOCRE~L4IdI.Z, Editor and Proprietor. T'RLM OP SUBsCRIPTION. Snau epy, one year.............................. ,00 -ue copy, six monfh,......,.................. 2,501 ADVANOn BATEM: u,:o copy, one year.........: ...................,00 ,ono oopy, six months....................2,00 AGENTS: Pettingill & Co ................New York. Griffin & Hoffman............Baltimore. Thos. Mclntyre................N ewl Orleans. John Sehardt .................Traveling Agent. All other agencies are hereby revoked. TARIFF OF ADVERTISING RATES. Advertisements will be inserted at one "0'lar and fifty cents per square (one inch 'I' space or less), for the first, and seventy 1ve cents for each subsequent insertion, for tny time under one month. For longer 'eriods as follows: . '.;sBn ag'n...

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 January 1874

ti W. sl@dsi MOWNON, LA., AwUARY 16, Pr14en$ .4Iin bAgadly inhis eW3J to EsuppIr the place of SI S e, ..4 e The nomination Ti ,E ' ,,Oeneral Williams, from hi the PMeedent's stand-point, was a e8 peoper nomtlktdn. Mr. Williams had been confirmed as the chief law officer of the E~eeutive,-an offee, of late, a ofas much resultant good, or evil, as that of Chief Justice; and it was only ,I -easonable,on the part of the Presi- o dent, that -he should give the Senate a the credit of making Chief Justice, the b individual that body bad already con- a firmed as Attorney General. Ih That the Senate, largely composed of ', Republicans, failed to answer, favora- * bly, their Chieftain's behest, Is no bus- " ners of ours. ec The Republicans of the Senate ap peer to have risen in rebellion against II their chosen leader, and the nomina- a tion of Williams had to be withdrawn. This drove the President to the hu- tc millating confeeslon, that his Admin- 11 istration of public athirs, to the ex- ...

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 January 1874

(nn. shitat~elegra bONR0OE, LA., JANUARY 10, 1874. The river is on the decline, having fallen about three feet below this sea son's highest mark. Something has gone wrong with the Ouachita trout. Anderson says he has caught but three in three weeks. SHREVEPORT.-We invite the atten tion of the public to the card of the Planters' Hotel at Shreveport. Mr. Wheaton is an old acquaintance of ours, and he will take the very beet care of his friends from this quarter of the State. The weather, this winter, has been unusually mild. At no time, have we seen ice formed, in the open air, more than one-eighth of an inch in thick ness, and but once so thick as that. We have had no snow at all, and but about three freezes. Mr. W. A. L'Hommedieu, formerly Superintendent of this District of the Western Union Telegraph Company, has recently been appointed Superin tendent of Construction for the entire Southern Division, with headquarters at Louisville. The selection meets our hearty appoval. The Pari...

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 January 1874

XoNrpQ. LA., J UdiaY4 20A,31874. APIaBsOsa.ReInkx.OF , W. U. sEWARD " Jungse ta. Mr. Adams's Eu me and Mr. put on record a_gsg of Seward, , th es re mabout to mention thros i t&i lighton his public aptrnates 4nn 4ay which you have it= :"When-. tie troubles were at worst, certain Soathern gentle. ipen, through.. Judge Campbell, of the Supreme Court, requested me to meet fMr. Seward andree if he would not give them some ground on which they could stanid with safety inside of the Union,. I consented,and we met at the State Department. The conference was long and earnest. I cannot, within these limits, set forth even the sub stante of it. He seemed conscious cf t.e power and willing to use it in the 'interest of peace and union, as far as he could without the risk of offending his own party. What would he do? Many proposltion'were discussed, and rejected aslbeing'efther, impracticable or liRely to prove. useless, before I told him what I leit perfectly sure. would stop all qp...

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 January 1874

VOLUME IX. MONROE, LOISIANA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 28,874egB VOLUME IX. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, 3ANUARY 28, 1874. NUBKR IS. THE TELEGRAPH: Published every Friday. AT' MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA. Gt-. WT . "Th C3oOFC.AL.2 =1, Editor and Proprietor. T'IRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. l;iu copy, one year,............................. 4,00 bio copy, six months .......................... 2,50 ADVANCE RAThS: Sno copy, one year,......... ........3,00 tino copy, six months...... ...........2,00 AGENTS: Pottingill .t Co........................New York. Eirillin Hoffnan.......................Baltimore Thos. Mlclntyre..............Now Orleans. John Schardt.................T'raveling Agent. All other agencies are hereby revoked. 'TIAILIFM OF' ADVERTISING RATES. Advortismnonts will be inserted at one •t,Illar andl tifty conts per square (ono inlch .f spaco or loss), for the first, and seventy live coents for each subsequent insertion, for t y timle unlder one month. For longer t l'iod' as t illows: un ,: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. — 23 January 1874

*n nt ia nItht i . W. Mc r wMte 5hped.wAt' 4ges, U soi gons an , taento,,o .to- show how swr!F "l -thdeihderaf finances were .fha 1 i'?bt,; receiltly these exhibit -r }e#a tMa pa i1:A;party about k Mbk"Mthi a lear.dagdl Ae, .th -.the are trie seMaliy angth -esell.; Sea&easry Shlean1de hbasrbeen taken short. 'The den df$"a ta1i vaults Mrd greater b .J4 e o anAosstadin Even his awoe llaa.. Is pretty. weexhausted, and lAs reveaues will not meet current i. ree.,he hias either to phy o tf 't lac ide siris~of his reserve fund, , pit £9 PR.El eighty ins mrtii eas, gold; sUlthe :csh the Gov mmweuteHmba-46-h ana, or to ask Con te:'-titorfleithot?4sue of .M ' nt t$k.,te of . Finm the aetionof the popular branch of (gress, whieh has, by a heavy majority, refused to increase the rate of tq} atldo, bt. y a majority of 185 to 9E voted .to, inflate, the currency--there seems to be'no relief in prospect, exeepi that. tle oypeiniieit must issue more hland-preMed .k".we what it means to ria...

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. — 23 January 1874

lMONROE, LA., JANUARY 23, 1874. t . - -------------- -- II Mr. II. Dudley Coleman, the well known dealer in mills and machinery of New Orleans, has a card of impor tance to planters in this issue. The W'idowews Mite. A lady remits us five dollars back c pay, and says she will pay the balance t as soon as she can. Her request to dis- t continue the paper, because she cannot I pay for it, will be disregarded. Such I a mother will be a jewel in our free I list. I Probabilities. t It is a little remarkable how we can c manage the weather. When rain is I needed, we say there has been no rain t the past week. Before the paper gets a to the post office, it is already thunder ing. Last week, we said there had l been no snow the whole winter. TheI press had notjgot in motion, before it began snowing, and Friday morningl 21 inches of snow covered the ground, - roofs, &e. Yesterday the writer com- 1 menced gardening; in exactly fifteen minutes it began to rain. We predict 7 a very long wet...

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. — 23 January 1874

nriitnb6TA.T k)~?iAttI 23, 1874. t fi T1SO RSLaLE. 47zPpig: , Jgp. - special- to the a ,ys the clerk onteri e'eate aidt'1hftifoe tlatthe House required the a~ p,the Senate to witness the couion 'tý vote for Governor Sand Lieut. ofnqet'r. In Jc kon thbhlii~dfitdslde and adopted and ,s ie Sg~t .atPiroo hIe,.ouse. 'The abYQi lea'lwe 'Ritate of thevote: Coke, 85,549; Hubbard, 86,825; Davis, 42,668; Taylor, 42 812. As soon as the, vote -. was and,&Md emiker Brau t, in conformity ,,it1i the mandates of the (qrnAt.I9st.L.. tb~e, dictation of this _Ifj re ta .re1ey (declare Richard twQelo tabe 6 ;;:T'ezs ege the date~ dhll n If _cheering,] arid at by an oirityfand direction of the constitution an dictation of this .4eg islature, riXeby 'dtclaie 1o JHMUb basmBleatsibinA IQo4etor of the Statie of 'wmsJM1ata1sm.- fou yeam, dat-, ing from his installation. ,? I Eeaaior .'= l :a8ai ed tlatLa?. nultgeiao]lt ase j t the Benisi 1i5 iSes cort the G~ya o~sei.ettq tl the, stand ; also a lien m...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 30 January 1874

G3E ORac5th1 WdeRgrw3b. VOLUME IX. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 80, 1874. NUMBER 20. THE TELEGRAPH: PubliUhed every Friday. AT MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA. Cb- . TNP". 2MaOCRE.AL.%T'rE, Editor and Proprietor. T'RMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ,'Oie copy, one year, ........................... $4,00 .ne copy, aix months,......................... 2,50 ADVANCE RATES: )io copy, one year,................................S,00 liko coipy, six months .............................2,00 . AGENTS: Pottingill & Co.......................New York. Griffin & Hoffman ...................Baltimore. Thos. McIntyre.............New Orleans. John Schardt......r........... ''raveling Agent. All other agencies are hereby revoked. TARIFF OF ADVERTISING RATES. Advertisements will be inserted at one .llfar and fifty cents per square (one inch ".f spaco or loss), for. the first, and seventy i\-vo cents for each subsequent insertion, for ,ny timo under one month. For longer periods ad follows: . UMu.:n sq5Q'REs...

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 January 1874

G. w. mcoaNm.-iUt, r. IMONROE, LA., JA FAR.80o 1874. Ti MISSISSIPPI. - w-Rdt'that Con kja j%-.'-4g 'meftehe ques tion of the iwxproxm*ent of the mouths t  i B it is unortun ,cannot be con pmbinie the support Sre. e, this important sie . Tie influences the pieot areastrong the most earnest n; it.is simply suici i U n which arouse oppo round. f uineonstitution  o . otcabmlty. It Is on these ,u t qs o f the strongest men St e dose the bill reported a a,.. That bill provides #a Dempartmenit shall have O~tý{o-iof-the public works at the $uthi - the Mississippi, and jurlsdic ,ti9.dy the 'channel. here has al wa een 's'ine; doubt even as to the "of the Federal Government to a pipjate money for the improve nent if'rlVlrs and harbors; but the protest against the improvement of L. bo.-s.,,wao. g-sinde given up; and t o. we* O'er rivers was conceded, Se'strictest Stathe rights men, M:. Calhoun made his famous i 9'ienlg the Mississippi to an lh ea. .te policy of the .Gov ~int. n'this,m...

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 January 1874

MONROE, LA., JANUARY 30, 1874. Every business man joins in the re frain, l"Hard times." Now and then a bale of cotton is dragged through our streets. The river is ten feet below the high water mark of this year, and falling slowly. The Editor left, Sunday, on the Ouachita Bell, on a brief visit to New Orleans. Judge Baker will hold the February term of the Parish Court commencing next Monday. With the exception of the rain Mon day morning the weather has been all that the farmer could wish. Owing to liberal patronage, Coleman, the 3Mill man, has reduced his prices. See advertisement elsewhere. The proper officers are busily en gaged drawing the Jury for the March term of the District Court for the parish of Ouachita. Mr. J. A. Dowden, an experienced typo, writes us that he will commence publishing a newspaper at Columbia, to be called the Columbia HIerald, on or about the 7th proximo. Papers throughout the State are asked by Mr. Dowden to start their exchanges. We wish the enterpris...

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. — 30 January 1874

7gaaPJrp TIAURY s30, s1874. \ I THE 7 x,3,4 ' 2iý arYzrrnISI.!'s Said the beetStilt> mower, Yýi g argdveaiwer, rklg sacythle, 1 7 o g~ I hpobappy and blithe. "'Ti, nokS 9pes61 glover SSbhB.S..b ower, ' id "wiingfrtl the merry bee's asigh, ,*aaa 1! etel'resy-ifiowor l a "kin --bower, With nectar-cups piled on high. "Bu iWp .the.while winging. : And thoughtfuljr hymning. All dap o te rmeadows green, • a*.d)lshu iihsgoms ""t ..AAA m ý by man unseen. Sto mismle ?-lay thee prone On the 's'hkilida hast mown, And peer through the standing grass, And se*lthlklnyes , i*tlid' tid'%hast lies : -aIti trea -thou hast yet to pass." So thq man tookhis pooning A-nd thu to communing, .~With tineets.brown, bronzy and gilt, When seplorths slpider. S andhoulders, N *". n sani$te htabed, ..TIll'l d edvMitU orn award Anl unwoted reward ..' Aatjq cles ieal space he espied. 'IQ .hePoia high vaulting! Oh I note his proud halting I! Tilo, tll mn, lood mower, in trnt,, 1@ npar Un anll story Of kni...

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 February 1874

VOLUME IX. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY R(, 1874. NUMBER 21. THE TELEGRAPH: Published every Friday. AT MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA. G. Tw_. ShIroCS]EW.A I , Editor and Proprietor. 't'RiMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Sot copy, one year .............................. $4,00 *ne copy, six months ........................... 2,50 ADVANCE RATES: ,:o copy, one year, ..... ..... 3,00 ' no copy, six mlonths .............................2,00 AGENTS: Pettingill & Co .....................Now York. Grillin offman...................Baltimore. Thos. McIntyre...................New Orleans. John Schardt.................Traveling Agent. All other agencies are hereby revoked. 'TARI FF OF ADVERTISING RATES. Adlvertisements will be inserted at one .i .liar and lifty cents per square (one inch .f space or loss), for the first, and seventy 'lye cents for each subsequent insertion, for a:ny time under one month. For longer ,,eriods as follows: . l;Mli:tn sq'uEs. 1 il. 2 In. 3 n1. 6 in. 121. ie 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. — 6 February 1874

G. W. IcCRANarI, Eaitor. MONROE, LA., FEBRUARY ,.1874. ft b The Mississippi Legislature elected. t< on th.e d. inst., to the United State p .- .Senate, H. B. Pease for the unexpired term of 6)mes; and B. K. Bruce, a colored man, for the long term. . TheCbommaitteeon Federal_ Ielations ' in."b Massachusetts Senate, have re- to ported That the resolutions of 1872 cen- d suring Senator Sumner for his battle t " g,gje olntions, ought to be rescinded. 5 - It is estimated that the Fort St. t Philip Canal, to connect the Mississippi I river and Gulf of Mexico, can be con- ( structed within three years, at a cost to the government of less than $10,000,000. The Texas legislature, now in ses sion, stands : Democratic Senators, 26; R Radical Senators, 5; Democratic Rep resentatives, 90; Radical Representa tives, 10. The State officers are all Democrats-men of high standing. * Happy Texas. Southwestern Minnesota having been overrun by grasshoppers, the people are in a starving condition. ...

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 February 1874

1 it ; h.cIti Z I r Talp It. MONROE, LA., FEBRUARY i, 1S74. Thle river is rising slowly. The weather has been cool and brac ing since Tuesday. Will some metaphysician calculate the thickness of the dividing lino be tween Monday's rain and a sleet? The Southern Cultivator, for Februa ry, is on our table. It is an excellent magazine, and is recommended to our planting friends. Published by WV. L. Jones, Athens, Ga., at $2.00 a year. The National debt was decreased nearly $2,000,000 in the month of Jan uary. During the Presidential election it was decreased at the rate of about $5,000,000 per month, as per report-for what purpose the supporters of Grant can now ponder with profit. The February number of Godey's Lady's Book has been received. Go dey's is the oldest and best magazine in the Union, and is in every way worthy of the liberal patronage it has always received. Terms, $3.00 a year. L. A. Godey, publisher, Philadelphia, Pa. As will be seen by an advertisement elsewhere, Dr. E. ...

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. — 6 February 1874

SONROE, LA., FEBRUARY 6, 1874. THE lING AND THE COUNTRYMAN. I; In theidgve of the good King Henry IV,ot. L rapce, there lived an honest co.nitryin, who said one evening, on '?6Ilrn1ng"fromwhis day's work, "Woll good-wife, I hear our good king is com ing to-~orrow to hunt in the forestF of Fontainbleu. The distance is great, 'I ktnow; but, if you will get ready my . bee coat and hat, I am resolved to try -:,,to Lee .him." His wife soon made ready his best clothes,and,at daybreak, she gathered a basket of her best straw berries, and tied up one of her choicest cheeses, as a present to the good king; and Pierre set off with eager step and foyful heart. He walked on in the morning air ; but when he reach e forest,being overcome by fatigue, sat down to rest awhile. Now, it need that during the hunt the king t sight of his companions, and hap tned to be passing by. "Can you tell me sir whether our good king is in the forest to-day ?" "Yes," said the king, ihoe is here." t ,'I have walke...

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. — 13 February 1874

VOLUME IX. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1874. NUI3B.lR 2.B TEE TELEGRAPH: Pabllshe er6 tFrday. AT MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA. a-. . 2 o3Lac tA1.W=,FE Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oio copy, one year .............................. $4,00 one copy, six months, ........................ 2,50 ADVANOC BATBB: ,One copy, one year..............................,00 One copy, six months............................2,00 AGENTS  Pettingill & o..Co....................New York. Griffin .t Hoffman.................Baltimore. Thoe. McIntyre. ............... .... New Orleans. John Sohardt ................Traveling Agent. All other agencies are hereby revoked. TARIFP OF ADVERTISING RATES. Advertisements will be inserted at one ,i:.liar and fifty cents per square (one inch ,f space or less), for the first, and seventy i vo cents for each subsequent insertion, for any time under one month. For longer periods as follows: NUMBER sQ'RES. 1 m. 2 m. 8 m. 6m. 12m. IOn ...............

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 February 1874

(us~ithi W. UOW vIIU, 3i MONROE, LA., FEBRUALRY 18. 1874. GOT. I UNEU fg O a-TH SITUATION. .,m.V kHerald publishes the report of san Jzarv. had with Gov. McEnery and othersat the Fifth Aven ue.o- tel,rby jie of-its reporters. We make the followfng extracts: .Retir--overnor, it appears as if tb atehet b$~tht days for Louisiana, te;t last the mxOo pgpui is to receive so o tcogwn ifrom Congress. .'e:icnery-I certainly think so. 3ehiatt Crrpenter believes that he will bed able to secare the passage of his bill. Mr. Janin- Whatever exception is tatken~hifow must be favorable to us. They -danrlo aftord' to pass the matter Gov. McEnery-I think the issue has been raised, and that Congress cannot do otherwise than to recognize the right of the government elected by the people to be heard. We may not be able to induce Congress to recognize the government we claim to have been elected, but Mr. Janin-I think we will get at least half a loaf. leperter.-If you get half a loaf in form of :anew...

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. — 13 February 1874

EONROE, LA., FEBRUARY 13, 1874. Owing to liberal patronage, Coleman, the Mill man, has reduced his prices. See advertisement elsewhere. ,Attention is called to the notice of Mliss Salina Dabbs, who proposes to teach French. Miss Dabbs is an ac complished and educated lady, and particularly qualified to teach the French language. New Advertisements. We invite particular attention to the large number of new advertisements to be found in to-day's papers. We shall endeavor, next week, to notice each advertisement separately. The Editor, after returning from New Orleans, had hardly arranged his paper and pencil for this week's paper, be fore he was brought to teas and mer cury as a diet. lie hopes to make all necessary amends next week. Dr. E. Telle hasreached Monroe, and has established his office at the Lewis House. Dr. Telle has earned and en joys a high reputation with our people, for the superior style of his workman ship. His stay will not be protracted beyond a few weeks. New Pap...

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 February 1874

MONROE, LA., FBRUBI.ARY 13, 184. J. WILKES BOOTH'S RO.MANCE. The Washington correspondent of the Cleveland Leader writes: "Sever- 1 al years ago when John P. hale was here as Senator, his daughters were among the most admired of all the belles. They lived in elegant style at the National, and entertained with a great deal of vivacity all who visited them. The youngest was really a very pretty, fresh, piquant girl of eighteen or so. 01f course there were a great many admirers, and among them the actor John Wilkes Booth was the most devoted to Miss Eighteen. You perhaps remember Booth's appearance, a handsome, dark, melodrematic fel low, and among a certain set here be 10 was a great favorite socially. At night he played his "Charles," in Schiller's Robbers, and Miss Hale was always at the play, with bouquet and smiles for him. In those days who could guess the sad sequel to a romance of love that promised bright enough? I re member a night when the hotel was a blaze of Iight. The gue...

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