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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 22 May 1874

__ *airnrita IN eirwbbU VOLUME IX.. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1874. NU.BER 86. THE TELEGRAPPH: Published every Priday. \' M)ON ROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA. .-. CT . 25'oDRC .,LA2N'rP ", Editor and Proprietor. 'L'ERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. It,! copy, one year,.............................. ,00 -mne copy, six mnonths..................... ...... 2,50 ADVANCE RATES: nl copy, one year, ................................,00 Slii copy, six months...........................2,00 AGENTS : l'ettingill & Co........................New York. diriflin & Hoffman ................Baltimore. TIhos. McIntyre....................New Orleans. John Schardt .................Traveling Agent. All other agencies are hereby revoked. A.\lit[FFl OF ADVERTISING RATES. \.ivertisements will be inserted at one .. liar and fifty cents per square (one inch ,, space or less), for the first, and seventy ,.\o cenlts for each subsequent insertion, for -.y time under one month. For longer ,riodts as follows: .. n .it...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 22 May 1874

MOTS _ ` 874 Vl S - - NDAL. Naionts scandal. ° Sso ha quarrel between Baxter •a sgesK lastt kstrated the results ofi'fi ria/tUtltien ' anti the want 1  i ,s lil -in the Ptes ti ev id .1observer' must a( wait that th e state ef affair in Arkan sea has been scandalous. But we hold It nothing bi rright to ve : .credit to the adnese tgf b"both Baxter and his ppponeit for their manly support ci their leaders. Brooks was undoubtedly elected olevernor, but in the exectition of State '`lvws, the decree, right' or wrong, was in Baxter's .favor, and he took the prize,, .Broqks, elected by the Conservatives, went Over to the Radi cals, and Baxter, elected by Radicals, went ten days' march toward the Con peryatives who weke struggling chiefli to disinthrall their State. Both went hback on their friends, Baxter having the aidvintagd of allying himself with the best people of the State whom Brooks had abandoned. Baxter has triumphed, as much because the Ad ministration-is outdone in upholding...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 22 May 1874

MONIROE, LA., MAY 22. 1874. Newspaper Laws and Regulations. In response to a request, we give the law as it stands relating to newspapers and sub scribers: 1. Subscribers who do not gile e.rpre.ss notice to the contrary, are considered wishing to contiuce their subscription. 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their periodicals, thepublishers may con tinue to send them until all ar rerarc.esuare paid. :. If subscribers negqlct or refuse to take theirperiodicals from the oqgiee to which they are directed,they are held responsible until they have settled their bills, and or dered theta discontinued. 4. If subscribers move to other places with out informing the publishers, and the pa pers are sent to theformer direction, they atre held responsible. ,. T'he courts have decided that "refusing to take periodicals from the office, or re moving and leaving them uncalled for, is prima facie evidence of intentional fraud." 1;. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use of it,...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 22 May 1874

MONROEADVERTISMENTS. @iB *BZAEANA*OiNAD PANIC Hasnt preventcd 8. IE-E YE IR. From ooai 4fgihismnltondid New Store, on the corner _9 Qrand and Grammont streets, and from offering to the Publ a stobbidfi W gag MU 3. U: a TsA .......... i. .ai ;.I.......... .....,. Unuiipaaedite Monroe mrnr . His stouk was selid4 iS pastern n ith Z srpdi Rolbrenoe to this trade, and com jjiMs fa t--, ., a P2 tnAS IONA~L'tE PRINTS, "' FANCY DRESS GOODSl BOOTS;BHOES, HATS, CAPS; 'STAPLE GOODS, DELAINES, " . "WORSTEDS C i , C)r1'E' UNDETWEAR, And, in fhort, .Every Artticle 'aally cailed for at a First-Class Dry Goo one`' These goods are cffefred for sas tat Gurarsee to beo expected of uouss i tenditg put to.be.sqgond to .ay e.tablish ment in North Louisiana i..:. the Quauli., y Vai ty,apdsoueput oPitte . IIYER'iS ?IBW HRi CK STORU, owp.r v ^ yigtii' Sid "Grtnlmont 'wceys, .... 0., .MONROO rA.,. .And; oelLaas examine the Goods fot youzleK. " Attantho salelbmen .will tak, pleasiten in sh~fit;.g the GC o...

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. — 29 May 1874

VOLUME I. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1874. NUMBER 37. HtE TELEGRiAPn: Putblished every Friday. ,%.'1 MON I1)"1, OULTC1IITA 'AItUIS, LA. S. wc. VoCLALIE= E.,itor and Proprietor. 1'1":1:\l5 (ILI' SUM. RIP"I'ION. 1:,' " ""ot' Y one \'e r ............................... ..4,0 Int. 1 ',1" py. six rlunllt t...... . .................... 2, e op, ne year .................. . , no np.., sii x ine athts . ............... .........2,4). T.\1 IFI O(It Ai)VI,'RTISIN.I RATEFS. .tit ertiseliieitts will be inserted at one ". itIrt ;.Itl tl'tt" celts per s.nare (one inch .i space or c.ss), tt r the fist, and seventy li v r eaiti lir each setsseqtlent inertion, l lr N thly itirle illder oie initoi. lint lollgser i1r.,tiiols as5 fullos ls: , . ......... ..... ...... \i 755 7i $ 9 i$ 13 20 "or....................... C7 1 12 15 30 l' . ... ....... t...... 11 17 T 20 30 40 .' :lll .............1t 15 ,01 22 26 S 50 Ii\ ....... .... ..... IS 4(1 2 30 4I 6ilt Ten T- -Co.) 3T0 i 45 35 .i 1.00 ...

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. — 29 May 1874

6. W. McQGCMAZ, Editor. MONROE, LA., AY 290,1874. THE GRANT PARISH PRISONERS. -a -Che citiaeas of Grant, who have been a -raignetl._b participation in the Grant I parish $tir,. charged with 'conspiracy, murder, ete.54 a now usdergoit g a second tr ais lln 1t~e aua, the frgt trial having sregted ':,ja Alas eftltt the. jojy. t T" e n pwJ, np tol ibeen, selected I tn t malnly,of the proaecu- s Si- otasurpriso us at all if the tr aer -cnvIcted. Justice Bradley and J1,dgWc0 preside. ,lJgl9iphOeklin comment upon law sand eaerSan elvillsation, if the Grant t -t.sreexeeuted,oriimprisoned, eqqlassion of acts which not one ýpq in-one hundred in.this State t .spyommit under similar circnm ,a Whatever -politicians, judges or -ea aly say, or think, in technical cases, . . is, aa wide dlflerence between the whites' and the blacksl' ideas of liberty and . ... Oze is the result of assiduous study nd taini g, and of the highest perfection atoed in the science of government; the r r, for tholack o...

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. — 19 June 1874

LUME IX, MONROE, LFl NU R VOLUME IX. MONROE, LOUISIANA, YRDAY, JUN 1U b h. I., L NUMBER -10. THE TELEGRAPH: Pablished every Friday. A'T MtONROE, OUACIIIITA PAtIlSIL, LA. lditor aind Proprietor. T''RMS O? SUURSCRIPTION. o e op,'. one year,.............. ................ 4,0 44n40 c1)1y, lil monthA,.......................... 2,4i0l AI)VANO'3 UATEN: ( le copy, ol le year,................................3,00 (trlu l.4o' y, six lloll hs..l ... ..... ............... o0 'ITAfIFF OF ADVERTISING RATEIS. Advertisonlllnolts will be inserted at one t lilar allnd 1ity cents per square (one inch 1.f spaco or less), for the first, and seventy t1 e dcullts tlr each subseqsuent insortioln, fo1 en'I tilune nlder tone mouthi. For longer j .,.lod. :as follows : (',to ................... 110 7 .1 4) ,11 9 . 14 1 24)4. c.Fwo7..................... I 7 b0i 12 115 2 22 1( r: hroe .................. 11 00 17 20 30 40 ) t,4r. 10..·....... 15 O0 o 2-- : i 50 4 iye.................. . 1 001 2i 30) 4:1 l04 ¶...

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. — 19 June 1874

Sth G. W. ¢icORANIZU, Uditer. ca ___ ca MONROE, LA., JUNE 19, 1874. he THIE GRANT PARIfH TRIAL. r The trial of the Grant parish prison ers has resulted in the conviction of three of the number, viz: HIadnot, Cruikshank and Irwin, with an ac- at quittal of the remainder, who were im mediately arrested upon other charges, and subsequently released upon their own recognizances. In rendering their J' verdict ot guilty, tbeJury recommended the prisoners convicted to the mercy of td the court. The punishment affixed by law is not to exceed ten years Impris onment and $5,000 fine. Such, in brief, is the result of a trial unparalleled in the history of jurispru- n dence in Louisiana. Whether we con sider the enormity of the provocation hi given by the colored people of Grant o parish, the character of the real issues at stake or of the witnesses offered by vi the. prosecution, who were either de- st based whites of no social or moral 0o standing, or negroes wholly Ignorant of a' the respons...

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. — 19 June 1874

MON1ROiF, LA., JUN I, 11,. 1874. 'l'o I )ial :uirs.-See adIlvert'iseillaent under.this head. Ouaclhita parish will not Iake enougl torin this year to bread it. Mr. Iall, who is Tanaging \Vhited's. places on the Colony, reports; that he has found three cotton caterpllllars. Travel along the road below is sub jected to ferriage over the bayou at Mlorrison's, where, before the overtlo\w there was a good levee. Ferriago for man and horse fifty centIs. The railroad is again in operation, after a suspension of nearly three months; and the mails, passengers, &c., are coming through on former schedule time. The train leaves here at 5 A. M., and returns at 7 p.. m. The Macon Telegraph hears from many sources that if the cotton and other crops of ,Southwestern Georgia at all fulfill their present promuise, there will be flush times in the fall, the far mers not. having been able to run in debt. There has not been a good rain in this vicinity since tile 1st of M3ay; but during the past wee...

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. — 19 June 1874

0 (flaO itast graph. MONROE, LA., JUNE. 19, 1874. WHAT THE CANAL WILL DO. I From the N. O. Picayune. But few of our readers perhaps fully comprehend the great advantage to the commerce of this port to result from the passage by the Senate of the House bill for the construction of the Fort St. Philip Ship Canal. Wlhen vessels drawing twenty-five feet can easily pass out of our port, there will I)e a stimulus given to the export trade in Westernr produce that will astonish the most sanguine. Cotton is light freight and requires ballast. Owing to the low stage of water on the bars, however, the steam ers plying here have been compelled to sail with the smallest quantity of ballast compatible with safety. During the spring, summer and early autumn, when cotton freights are scarce, these vessels would gladly take half cargoes of heavy merchanaise at reasonable rates. Under the present obstructions to navigation, however, steamers that 'could easily carry from 50,000 to 60,000 bushels of ...

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. — 26 June 1874

. MONROE, UISIN FRIDAY, egr87. NBER 41. VOLUME X7. - MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, JUNE 28i, 18714. NUMBER 41. THE TELEGRAPH: Published every Friday. AT MIONROE, OUACHIIITI'A I'A.\lsiT, 1.. c"-. W. M ~oC L.I, Editor and PI'roprielor. TERMS OF SUIIS:t"I'PTION. ()llOe opy, one year, .............................. i.0 Olne copy, six l onlllhs.......... ................. . NI),IIt in 1./ iS: ()lie o V, O ll \'1`:r, .................. .............:, t ( it; (o1',3", ixa liu111Illl8t ............................ J lo PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Robt. J. &:llldwll ], LAVYEII, MONROEl:, LA. Jan. 2., 1S7.. 1!:1 1 Jailmes TL. Ntroilher, A'T"I'RRNEY AT LA.1 l, N Il l.:. i,.\. . May :;I, 17:. t17: y II. G. C:.Illl. A. A. OtrI C1tl. Cobb & (huilniy. AT'lOININYS AT IAIV, l') IINil )l":, LA. V. I .. alrd 1 iy, A'Il 'TOI"'NEY AT LAW, MTONHPO)., TA. Fel. 25, -1874-. 12,-1y A. L. Slack. I'OIINEY AT LA.V anlll (onlllllis Ai sioiellr for Texas. Ollice Wood StreetL -Lonroo, La. 'Prompt attentioln g...

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 June 1874

Q. w. MOtAlM. Mes. at MONROE, LA., JUNE 26. 1874. w it Welcome to Governor Meemery-His d Reaponse. p On Saturday night last the Trenton and s Monroe bands, accompanied by a large g number of citizens, proceeded to the real- ' Sdeuce of Gov. McEnery, and welcomed him ° home by stirring music and genuine feel ings of affection. At thi. conclusion of the music, Gov. MoEnery, in response, spoke anbetantially as follows: In all the applause which had greeted a him, and attention he had received, none had so gone to his heart as this welcome by his fellow-citizens of Monroe, the place of his boyhood, his youth and manhood. He owed much to them, and would cherish through life their kindneam every act of which was as indissolubly linked with the acts of his life as his earliest recollections of childest gambols along-the banks of the beautiful Ouachita. There was no necessity, said the (lover nor, of reciting the history of 'Louisiana since November 1872; the events in her sad and sorrowf...

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. — 3 July 1874

VOLUME IX. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRII)AY, JULY -.. 187 1. NUMBER 42. THE TELEGRRAPH : Published overy Friday. AlI' MONROE, OUACIII't'A PARIIIT, I,A. G. WT. MO1cC3=ILA.IMI-;E, Etitor anti Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBISCRIPTION. )On copy, one year.............................. ,l I O()e copy, six llOlltihs................... . 2, . ADVANCEI RATES: One coipy, one year. . . ....:,00 ne111 copy, six iiionthsi ..... . ......1 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Robt. J. Catldwell, L AW~ YER, MONRIOE, LA. -G G Jan. '2, ST73. 10:t f Janune T. Strotlaer, ATTORNEY AT LAW, MONROI"., LA. May :31, 167:3. 37:1,- ( II. (1. COBII. A. A. (:lNt:Y. Cobb & iGunby, A"'TORNIEYS AT' LAW, -MONROE, I.A. . Aug. 2, 187:1, .I8 tL. WV. it. h ardy, AT"TORNEY AT LAW, AL ONROW , LA. Felb. 25, 1874. n2 1-ly A A. L. black. A T'IORNEY AT LAW auld C'tonluis Asioner for Texas. OilicO Wood Strcot Monroe, La. 1'rotnpLt attentiout givent to col ecotions inl North Louisiana. Aug. 26S, S18.5:17 L. N. Polk, SURVEYOR, Civil Engllhtc and Dm)r...

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 July 1874

.- w. .mCosr As( , 3dter. bMONROE. LA., JULY 8,1874. Capt. B. C. Mitchll, o f Claiborn, in re spouse tos call to become a candidate fir the legillature, makes, what appears to us (a very Oensible suggestion, in recommend ng a popular convention, to select the can di !ý to be run for oftfie. The people ogkft pbe united. The Supresse.Court. This tribunal will begin its regular annual term at Monroe, next Monday. It is ex pected that there will be a full bench in attendance. Chief Justice Ludeling arrived several days ago. The term will probably continue nttilthe let of next month. Three gentlemen. Messrs. White and J. H. Dink grave, of this parish, and Mr. J. F. Sharp, of Morehouse, havesignifed their intention to apply for license to practice law. Barbecae at Alto. We are requested to announce that a bar becue willbe given at Alto, Richland pariah, on the 10th inst., and to which the public generally is invited. Governor McEnery will attend the barbe cue and address the people, as wi...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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