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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 31 July 1874

e 4 VOUEIX. _MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY. JULY g1, 1874. NME 7 THE TELEGRAPH: Published every Friday. A'T MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA. . D-TW. SMoOC:.dNZ3E.L- , Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, oneyear .............................. p4,00 (n110 copy, six l months,................... .. 2,50 ADVANCI BRATES: One copy, one year...............................3,00 One copy, six mllonths.........................2,00 TARIFF OF ADVERTISING RATES. Advertisements will be inserted at. one dollar and lifty cents per square (one inch of space or less), for the first, and seventy live cents for each subsequent insertion, for anty time under one month. For longer periods as follows: ..um Mi .. QR" . I in.. i. ,:31n. n.1.2. 0 e ..................... $3 75 7 $ 9 $ 13 $ 20 T'wo..................... 7 .: 12 15 22 10 hreeo..................11 00 17 20 30 40 I'our.................... 1.. 00 22 21; 38 50 Vive ................... l8 (l 2; 30 43 410 'rTn (O-col.)........ 30 00 45 55 ...

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. — 31 July 1874

(OUa Chit9ate~lltq k.. G. W. u.@OU NINIP, l7 r 4 's'ýJUDY81, 1874. ýA k PIRg j&. *g}ºATY. at to have arrived, G whbsAW iWt  the advice of politi- st cal 4d6 'thte'yl3Ife of our poor. State Swi-lUitib- ee the patient takes tipsisib t will and hope ftyhlllmduslnige>study of Louisiana d politW W coot~ha eon with National pokl 1 e 'progressed, that, I at 1,;4, #l waere atisafled with expeealents :ad.' charges, and, that, with* iiddtt symptonS'of a re-action t throtigh6iti" tihe' whole 'system, the patlq lld be , p itteed to have a monr-iuý l oýpe fGir-for .healthful r restrasn quiet, and easy circulation of I the 'l gSMa~id when the, smooth cur. a ren a 'qophO d aiticipations was di.st i .. aving' placed before A the ponP. g tieR.:the ever-falling pre- C scriptio, i Give her a New ptey powde r. - The mi l tid, this potionwas adminis te;re , we tOil lyiop1dodnever to see orI hear of its like aga5, Brit, doomed as * we are it seesma t,be .canfronted with I repetitions of the...

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. — 31 July 1874

'OR)NROE, LA., JULY 31, 1874. 'I'le grass worm has spoiled the pros pet for a crop of crab-grass hay. The .people of Union parish have decided, under a call of the Democrat Parish Committee, to hold a parish )emocratic Convention, and to nomi nate candidates for parish offices. As an old darkey passed us the other day, we heard these words fall from his eloquent lips: "i'm (done working on a credit. People I owe are af!lofizinq and dunning me ebery timelsee 'em." There has been no paper issued from this officee during the past three weeks. It was simply unavoidable, the demand for briefs being urgent, and no extra help to be had. 'The much talked of improvements of the ()uachita river seem about to cul minate in smoke. We learned last winter of an effort to have all the tim bers got out for locks and dams sold, and we are now served with a notice that the sale will take place in Camden on the 122nd of August. Whose job is this ? On applying to Mr. Dinkgrave, clerk of the Supreme Cou...

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. — 31 July 1874

0 uzhital et grap . MONROE, LA., JULY 81. 1874. FEUDIS AXONS THE FAITHFUL. The ~guenetl public, and especially that pbrtion of i which afects the Cn casim man.Im lttle suspects the in tensity of he diseord now pervading the Radicalea inks. Whispers about the black movement, the negro party, etc., are not comprehended, or indeed considered in their full bearing. The fact that Pinchback, Chester and other colorel fiedejrcontefmplate the casting ofrf it,i lhi~e colleagues and the nomeanato- of, a straight-out negro tlcket;' has not as yet' fairly transpired. Thel einlpns ,Customhouse wing" and #4hlobback ,wing" are only vague ly undatt6o. Nevertheless, the know ing attl'at mta breach of rapid ly aM'ig palopprtions is in existence and that splits and conflicts and dis sension"aig edifying and hopeful bitter neesa s' _*IthJ almost every hour. Evidently Sambo is tired of his white' le prs. Ominous growls from Wasfilgtohb bye miade those leaders reflective, hurried them into a spec...

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. — 7 August 1874

VOLUME IX, MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1874. NUMBER 48. THE TELEGRiAPH: published every Friday. Al' IMONRO i, O1UACIIITA PARTSIT, LA. Gr. t4%. WhgVoCRANI-k.'rElI, Ediltor and Proprietor. 'lltMIIS OF SLUl3SCRTPTION. 0Wne .opy, one year,.......................... 1,00 l4. ' copyi , six iollntlhs..... ........... 2,50 ADVAN(C RATES: (Ine cop , one year, ........................... ......3, Olne copy, six months ..........................2,00 TAR'IFF. OF AI)VERTISING RATES. Advertisemoents will be inserted at one ldollar iand(i fifty cots per square (one inch S.( space or loss), for the first, and seventy live cenlts for each subsequent insertion, for :lly timlo under one month. For longer iperiods as follows: .uI lto s " 'ihS. I nt.I 2 nl.13 1.1 6 in.12m. One................. ... 75$ 7 $ 9 $ 13 20 'wo .,............... .. 7 501 12" 15 °2 30 l'lreo................ iti 010 17 20 30 40 Four. ................... 22 26 38 50 live ...................18 0 26 30 43 60 Ten (-ol.)......

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. — 7 August 1874

*aIhita 5trkrzpb. O. W. cac D.oAI ., alster. MONROE, LA., AUGUST 7. 1874. IUPRBEER COURT DECISIONS. "Monroe, July Term, 1574. carEF )JUSTICE LUDELItNQ. Cald.aeU vs. Cox; from Caddo. Judg ment for plaintiff for $547.44, with legal interest from 1st January, 1869. State v. Gllcrease. Verdict of jury for manslaughter set aside, because only a portion and not the whole of a con versation of the prisoner was adduced in evidence; and case remanded for new trial. State vs. Stephen Cox. Where ac cused went to trial before a jury with out being arraigned and offered no ob jection; held, that he waived being arraigned. Judgment affirmed. CGoodwill & Webb vs. Minchew. De fendant sold property two days after a default was taken. Plaintiffs' attorney swore out an attachment, which was dissolved with damages. Held, that attachment should have been main taine4 ; the acts of defendant showed a fraudulent intent, and justified the at tachmnt. City of Shreveport vs. J. W. Jones. Held, that due...

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. — 7 August 1874

.MIONROE, LA., AITG('1ST 7, 1874. 'Phe river is now at its lowest stag(e. Navigation censed about ten days ago. See card of Mr. Gohlsticker, butcher. Mr. (. ha. shown enterprise in his bus i )lOs.` See the advertisementof Mr. IT. Kin dlermnln. Therec is no better grocer in town than Kindernanna. We publish Kellogg's letter regarding registration, simply for reference here after, not that we attach any weight to his opinions or pledges as to a fathir elec tion. The Democratic State Central Corn mittee, at the suggestion and request of t he committee of Seventy, has changed the place of holding the State Couven tion to Baton Rouge. There was a meeting of the Democrats in Monroe last Saturday to appoint del egates to the State Convention. A number of gentlemen were appointed and resolutions adopted. The proleed ings have not reached us. Claiborne Pariash Fair. We acknowledge our indebtedness to the directors of the Claiborne Fair for a complimentary ticket. The Fair will begin on the 1...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 7 August 1874

S. l . A,Li, GST 7. 374. S [Southern Caititor ir Aigust.] jt ireleuis-to.tope for success in : amning operations unless the fruit or ` .vegetable is .putith the tain boling hot. .i agine dlsappoiqtgnent arises oftener lailure on this point than any eye heard housekeepers who etaken much-trouhle, and, as they n ppsd, great care to secure fruits and :vegetable! for' the winter, exclaim in their disappointment, "I have done .. 'with liHil g'- Its a humbug!" On q" questioning them as to their mode I S-',found all right until I reached this ;;"point: "Were you careful to put them in the can bollipg hot?" "Why, no," Sv*"Is the relly,"lTiot absolutel.V boiling, or ,shaould have broken the can." Now, there was the whole secret of the failure. They shbold have been put in " absolptely boiling;" and the can would nor have been broken, if properly prepared. Gliasacan-be heated, by de grees, till it will hear without risk,any thing boiling. All that is necessary, is to pdol eails under an...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 14 August 1874

VOLUME IX. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1874. NUMBER 49. THE TELEGRAPH: Published overy Friday. AT MON ROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA. C43-. 'W". 3hdoCET1L Ie MNl 3, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. O)te colpy, one year,.. . . ..... $4,001 i)le copy, six louths,.......................... 2,50 ADVANCII RATI: '01o copy, one year,................................3,00 iL'e riopy, six months.............................2,00 TARIR'FF OF ADVERTISING RATES. Aldvertisements will be inserted at one dollar and fitty cents per square (one inch of space or loss), for the first, and seventy iiv,- cents for each subsequent insertion, for a;ny tinel under one neollth. For longer periods as follows: .siai; , s .1 ns.si1 1 n. 2 . f., .1 6 ni12in. One,....................$3 75 7 9 13 , 20 'Tw .................... 7 0 12 15 22 :10 I'h re ................. 11 () 17 20 30 40 I.ur.................... 15 0 22 26 38s O50 ,i\ve ...... ............ 18 0 2(6 81 43 (60O Ton, (--rol.)........tO 0...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 14 August 1874

..... - _.-L-=- - - 0. W. MG0O tANI, Editor. __,__._.-._-- --i M ONROE, LA., AUGUST 14. 1874. THE RanEUCAL ULTIIATUX..LACK Aigio T WHITE.. The Republican party of this State t has nveft been a party of peace. Born n of stote, It has prolonged its wicked c career of.. muit, tudinous wrongs and c encreoahments upon civilization and I upon.,eherished sentiments, by doing everything possible to aggravate and oppressthe better class of our people. The catalogue of offenses belonging to this class is simply the history of Lou Isiana for the past seven years. Noth ing has been done with a sincere, un selfish motive to foster the interests of the good eitizen; while the unworthy and unreliable have been elevated at every step. The. most flagrant instance of this I revolutionary tendency of the Radicals of this State transpired in their recent State Convention. For some time the Opposition in Louisiana has been divided, with re spect to the manner of making the fight in the approaching ...

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. — 14 August 1874

MONROE. LA., AUGUST 14, 1S74. t DEXOCRATIC CONVYENTIONS. Ouachita. We are compelled to omit the pro ceedings of the Convention held in this J parish on the 1st, owing to their length, e except the following resolutions, which t have the preference as being the most important: f WVHEREAS, In our opinion the D)em ocratic party is the only National and State organization opposed to Radical- f ism which promises success, and that a the interests of all classes of our people would be promoted by its success, and q that through the Democratic party is t the only way to return to good govern- t ment; Resolved, 1st, That we have unboun- C ded confidence in the principles of the Democratic party, renew our faith to t the same, and promise it our undivided a support. 2. That we fully appreciate the sacri- r fices the white people of New Orleans c have made in the interests of the entire I State, giving without stint their means, I talent and labor to the success of our cause; and we hereby re...

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. — 14 August 1874

s*ac ~hitaltStitra1* MONO, LA.:, AU(GUST 14,1874. DESTROY THE CATERPILLAR. We commend in time to cotton plan ters the following from the Mobile Register. We adviled the employ ment of poison last year and now repeat the advice. Those who gave Paris green a fair test saved their crops. Says the Begister: Paris green is still considered the great remqdy for the cotton caterpillar, and the plnleir'Who finds this pest at work qq h!crpp should lose no time in putting Paris green to the test. There is no existing patent that can interfere with its free use, provided we do not compound the drug with something exactly aftersotoe of the patented for mulas. The usual way is to mix it with flour, ofalacked lame, at the rate of one pound of good Paris gr..,n to from 25 to 80 puuuds orf fl,ur or lime. It matters little what we use as a mix ture with the Paris green, so that it is flue and will adhere to the plants-fine road dust, such as one sees in the cane country, will answer every pur pose...

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. — 21 August 1874

_ _ _ _ Ieakd LS D2egrmwbN.U VOLUME IX, MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1874. NUMIBER 50. THE TELEGRAPH: Published every Friday. AT .1fON.)OE, OUACHITA PARISHI, LA. CG-. 'Vr. 3Th! CSI.AL.3TAT", Editor and Proprietor. '1TE'ilMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. (itll coilpy, one year,.............................. E1.00 ( lo ie, c Lpy, .iix iloonths.,.......................... 2,70 ADVANCj RIATES: SIue c.py, one1 year ................................:3,0 I )ie copy, si x iiloit is ......... .................. ,00 'I'AItIFF OF ADVERTISING RATES. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar and litlly cents per square (one inch of space or less), for the first, and seventy tiv-c celits for each subsequent inlsertion, for anv timeo under oune nmoltth. For longer priods as follows: NL'siiui1 squxExs. I 1 Ii.I 2 21. 3 in (16 ln. 12m. 1'.41 ................... 3 7:.i 7 - 9 $ 13 C 20 'wo...................... 7 aol 13 1 22 3 1'ouri.................. 15.. 22 I 21; 38 30 Vive................ Is 00 26...

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. — 21 August 1874

Onathita JledJrapya. 0. W. MeoRAU, Eit Wter. MONROE, LA., AUGUST 21. 1874. THEl SITUATION. -.lhere seems to have been, as we all along antleipated, a slight recoil in the movement on the part of a large num ber of the white people of Louisiana who were determined that the question of Race should be the leading question .Ih the present campaign. We have believed that an Issue of such grave character as that of the two races in antagonism, should not be made out right by the whites of this State, and that any effort on their part to make such an issue would result in disaster. Taking the action of the several par ishes in public meetings as a guide, we have .found that in a majority the snaking of this issue has been avoided. Thus, the white people of Louisiana now stand acquitted of drawing the line of distinction between the blacks and whites. But as Intelligence of the action of the Radical State Convention slowly Ands its way throughout the State, and the white people become appri...

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. — 21 August 1874

MONROE, LA., AUGUST 21, 1874. See the card of Martz & Co., candy manufacturers in Vicksburg. They refer us to the proprietors of the Daily Vicksburger, an excellent reference. The hottest day of the year was last Saturday. The thermometer rose to 10o degrees. Iron, glass, marble, wood and even the wind were above blood heat. The river is fordable at almost Tny point on the city front from the wh'if boat to Bry's mill. The last New Or leans boat we have heard from was compelled to unload at Columbia. The Democratic Parish Convention will re-assemble at Trenton, on Satur day the 12th of September, for the pur pose of nominating candidates for par ish offices. Some kind of a caterpillar is ravag ing the patches ofcareless weed, and an other species is feasting upon the coco blades and stems. There are no appre hensions of a destruction of the latter crop. During the recent protracted meeting at the Hasley Baptist Church in Tren ton, conducted by the Rev. Mr. Nelson, of Miss., there...

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. — 21 August 1874

CULTURE OF CANE. Colunblai (La.) Horald.] r w"''' eiieving myexperience in producing sugar cane, may be of use to tllose that wish to raise mnolasses iIn Middle or North Louisiana, I sdnd you the fol lowing paragraph for publication. You should ridge up your landl from 4} to ( feeot apart, let the ground be loose annd mellow-you may plant ill corn or cotton rows of the above width by running two furrows inil the satlec Iplace in the top of the ridge, then lay down your cane without stalks or grass under it, laping the cane enough to be sure you have sound eyes without skips, you may plant without shucking. Plant in tile last of October or first, ofr November, when you find the ground in good order for plowing, or e'ven ainy tinme during winter wheir the weather il mild enough to plow. Plantiug may be continued till the maiddle or iast of February; plow a good ridge on the cane for early planting, and for late planting cover lighter. When the hard winter is broke har row with a( heav...

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. — 28 August 1874

VOaU __________Tna_ eegr VOLUME IX. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 1874. NUMBER 51. THE TELEGRAPH: PEblished every Friday. A'T MON ROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA. IUW TR. 3hMoOR.A NB IS, Editor and Proprietor. TERMlS OF SUBSCRIPTION. I (II'. copy, one year,.........................4..... 1,00 (,ile copy, six months, ..................... 20 ADVANCII RATES: Orne copy, one year ....................3,00 I n1l copy, six mlonlths ............................. 00 TARIFF OF ADVERTISING RATES. Aidvertiselnents will be inserted at one dollar andl lilly cents per square (one inch otspaeo or less), for the first, and seventy live cents for each subsequent insertion, for 1iany tilnle under one mouth. For longer j.periods Is1 follows: N4IlatIlkl8 Qq' ils. 1 In.1 2 in.j 3 ;n.I 0 nn.2l22zn. e..................... $3 75 j 9 I i 20 Two ..................... 7 12 15 22 30 I'hreoe.................. 11 00 17 20 30 40 Four .................... 15 00 22 26 38 50 Five................... 18 00 2 30 43 60 ...

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. — 28 August 1874

crhitltaelegrap. G. W. Ic.OlRALIE, mditer. MONROE. LA.. AUGUST 28. 1874. 1 THE CON1NrTION OF THE PEOPLE.i ..4eh:eonvention of all those opposed to ltadicmlisan called to assemble at Baton Rouge, was duly convened on Monday, and organized with R. H. s Marr, Esq., of New Orleans, as perma aait President. Nearly all the parishes in the State, If not all, were represented by delegates in person, and where there was a con. test -both contestants and eontestees were admitted. Harmony and the best of spirits seems, to have attended the entire deliberations of the Convention. The lion. J. C. Moneure, of Shreve port, a staunch Democrat, a people's man and a politician who in many trying emergencies has shown himself worthy and Incorruptible, was nom Iniited for Statd Treasurer. The platform of principles adopted by the Convention has reached us, but subject to the curtailments and emascu lationsof a telegraphic report, which reads as follows: We,the white people of Louisiana,em brpel g t he...

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. — 28 August 1874

MONROE. LA., AUGUST 28. 1874. If the reader has ever enjoyed a vio lent summer cold, be will have no dif ficulty in accounting for the extraordi nary amount of editorial matter to be found in this week's TEL.EGRAPII. The account of the duel fought in St. James parish copied by this paper from the New Orleans Republican, is not,we find, strictly correct. Mr. Richard, one of the principals, did not die of his wound, but is recovering. The first No. of the Watchman,just issued at Coushatta, by A. W. Le Sueur, and supporting the cause of the white men with zeal, has reached us. The youthful editor displays abil ity and originality, and the Watchman is an excellentspeeimen of the printer's art. Anderson Perry, John Ross, Antoine Maurice, James Williams, and James Robertson, associates in the murder of Elishta Eastwood, an old flatboat-man, on the 25th of April last, were hung at Napoleonville, Assumption Parish, on the 21st. About 5000 people attended the execution. Solon Blackburn, of C...

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. — 28 August 1874

_'wri9r etaeeraph. MONROE. LA., AUGUST 28, 1874. 4NI dNrO T. iOFPIIS CAGE. ,\ 'A i. A Terramie Scene. (From the'ry ~1T.: v.)'tIes, Aug. 12.) ,gie'Ol2tt ý.iDastern Circus, bound from Schenectady, reached Saratoga at 2 o'clock this morning. The cage con taining one lion, lqaded on a platform ear, struck the Delavan bridge, about five miles belbw Baliston, and threw one car off the track, and broke' the cage and released the lion. The men surrotidsed him -with revolvers and tri ed ,drlve him back in the cage,but he d'iId not go. They tied a piece of raw meat to the bell-cord and drew it along the ground before the animal, but he could not be coaxed. Finally they took the Aingin went to Ballston, got a young calf out of a market, and tied it in the ear.' When the lion saw the calf in the car, he made a spring for it, and was immediately shut In, the calf, meanwhile, crying piteously. A large crowd witnessed the thrilling scene. Our informant,-an eye-witness, says the moment the lion b...

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