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MONROE, LA., OCTOBER 2, 1869
gr7moa[oe to Wew Orlean.-500 mile-
emmer Arrangement:-'emi-Weekly Packet line
to had of navigaution haok thence to and from
Monroe. Time 50 hours.
FrW l8 ree ..to Ikc bn t- rgo-75 miles-C-ar
rnae tt-weety o trips (Mondays, Wednesdays
and Satardays to Delhi. leaving Monroe at 4 A. A.,
thence by coach to Delta, opposite Vioksburg.
Times 36 hours Cars leave VLcksbnrg daily, Sun
days excepted at 6 A. ., and I P. u., for all points
F i lHoon rte to dBreVeport-llo0 miles
bovr hos oeaoch lsave every Mondav, Wednesday
and Saturday, upon arrival of ears, passng thronugh
Trenton, Vienna, Arcadia and M lnden. Arrives
at Monroe, returning, at 3 o'clock on mornings of
samie'ys. Tine to Shreveport 36 hours. Time
through from Vicksburg to Shreveport, 2} days;
Fmwia Mmroe to fwatrop--30 miles--Two
hrse hack, carrying U. S. mail, leaves every Mon
day, Wenesdcayd and Friday morning, arriving at
Bastrop at 12 K. same days. Returns the day tbl
owisig. Time 8 hours.
Eeorae,. Rumwgles anl lack. may be
hired in Monroe to go to any point not upon any
route reached by public cenveyance. Travelers
lying over in Monroe, can find ample acconumoda
tlona, at either the Lewis House, or the Ouachita
House or at the Railroad Hotel. Trenton, 2 miles
above,-is also well supplied with Hotels.
MhaxEY & BLOCKER, Trenton.-The
card of this firm appears among this
Week's new advertisements. Both the
partners have the reputation of being
prompt, liberal and active business
tg with whom it is no trouble to
tr 'e. They have heavy stocks of all
kinds! of mechandise needed in th e
Trentor market which they are offer
ing at the 'lowest ruling rates. See
heir card, and give them a call when
you visit Trenton.
SIMON MARS.-Among the recent
heavy arrivals of merchandise in Mon
roe, that received and just opened by
our old friend Marx, in the Byrne &
Sheilds building, deserves a high place
and a careful inspection. His shelves
and counters present a most seductive
appearance, burthoned as they are with
the choicest selections of fall and winter
dry goods, winter cloth ing, bolts upon
bolts of jeans, cassimeres and flannels,
elegant styles of boots and ehoes, to
the value of $6,000, (only think of it;)
and in short everything usually kept by
auchbestablishments, and all priced low
Marx is an excellent man to deal with.
and is not without claims upon the
followers of the "Lost Cause" which
he too espoused, and still venerates.
We hope he may do well, and ask of
the public a favorable consideration in
To fine imposed for lying drunk, $10 00
" arrest 1 00
" Justice of the Peace's cost 1 00
" Commitment $13 00
D'y Sh'ff & Constable.
This is a copy of a bill rendered
against R',bert Nelson, a freedman, by
the Town. authorities, for violation of
the town ordinances. The bill is
doubtless correct and the penalty de
served. It is proper the police regu
lations should be rigidly enforced, not
only when the offender is a poor negro,
but also when it is some one else bet
ter informed and better off in wordly
goods. Twice recently the quiet of
the town has been disturbed in the
deep stillness of the night, by hideous
noises, such as yelling, singing, beating
on gongs, blowing on brass horns, and
other disagreeable sounds, by which
whole families were aroused from slum
ber in the expectation of serious trouble
and yet the vigilant officers of the
Town government appear to have
been totally ignorant of the distur
bances. Indeed, we are informed that
the chief Police officer of the town,
Sheriff Wisner, was himself a partic
ipant in one of these shameful infrac
tions of the town ordinances, and of
"course he was ignorant. A State Sen
ator from New Orleans comes here.
gets intoxicated, and alarms with the
grossest and blackest insults the ladies
of a most respectable family, and he is
permitted to go away unmolested;
while a negro found lying drunk is ar
rested, and roughly handled, incarcer
ated and made to pay the earnings of
a whole month for his misdemeanor.
Thus great offences are rewarded with
immunity, if not protection, while
smaller ones are visited with strict
penalties. No one will deny that such
a government is a miserable farce.
Some of its members, we know, are
heartily disgusted at the management
of municipal affairs. ,Better have no
town government, if the citizens are to
be taxed to pay salaries of officers
who are conspicuous only for their
lack of affording needful protection,
or their yigilance only when a war
rant is to be paid or the streets are
clear and perfeotly quiet. Let us hope
matters will take a turn for the better
very soon, and that every citizen will
be required to obey the law alike.
lii Shoemakers and others need
ing leather findings are referred to the
card of Mr. W. J. Sheldon, No. 36
Old Levee street, New Orleans, wheri
they will find, when visiting New Or
leant, excellent assortments of all the
materials needed in the manafacture of
"ODELL COTTON.- HECK.- We are
pleased to bear of the success of Capt.
Odell in the introduction of his Cotton
Check. It is generally approved by
both' planters and factors, and will no
doutb come into general use, being an
excellent safeguard against both fraud
and loss. See advertisement.
NEW STORE.--Mr. J. N. Tavares,
who has recently made his home among
us, has opend a very handsome assort
ment of dry goods, clothing, boots and
shoes, trunks, valises, crockery ware.
&c., in the two-story building adjoin
ng "the brick wall" and formerly occu
pied by Mr. Chas. Stein. His display
of merchandise presents many attrac
lions to the purchaser, and he will
doubtless make the prices equally as
attractive. Mr. Tavares comes of solid
parentage, being a descendant of
John Bull; and will be found treating
visitors with genuine politiness and
liberal inducements to trade.
Piedmont and Arlington Life Insu
MoNRoE, LA., Oct 1, 1869.
L. V. Marye, Esq., Agent Piedmont and Arlington
Life Intuance Company,
DEAR SIaR-I hope you will find
your agency of the Piedmont and Ar
lington Company an agreeable and
profitable office. The Company has
strong claims upon the people of Louis
iana, and I find that they readily and
generally recognize those claims.
The full amount of $200,000 was
paid up and loaned in bond and mort
gage betore any policies were issued
by us; and so efficiently and actively
have our officers pushed their business,
that in two years time we have acquir
ed more than 8,000 policy holders,
while our assets have increased to over
one million and a half dollars (S 1,500
000.) This is very extraordinary
progress, and moreover it gives in
creased confidence to the patrons of the
Company because so large a proportion
of our risks are recently taken, and,
therfare, will not soon have to be paid
for by the Company.
Further reason for confidence will
be found in the basis adopted for the
credit of our Company.
all of our permanent investments
are made in first bond and mortgage
only, and we lend only to the amount
of half of the assessed value of the real
estate given as security; and in case of
country property the value of build
ings, &c., is dedbcted from the estima
But I think a greater reason for con
fidence than all, is to be found in the
fact that all of the officers and directors
of onr Company are Southern men, by
birth and breeding. Many of them
are justly considered amongst the
ablest and the most upright business
men irn Virginia.and you will recognize
in the members of the Branch office in
New Orleans some of the best men of
Louisiana, whether we consider their
business capacity or their approved
Our company has made arrangements
to I ,an in every State in which it works
a due portion of the premiums derived
from that State, and this principle
should cause it to find favor with all
men who have the best interests of the
South at heart It is estimated that
the Southern people will pay this year
to Life Insurance companies from the
North not less than fifteen millions of
dollars ($15,000,000.) If this amount
had been paid to Southern compani es,
the insurer would have been at least as
secure while Southern interest would
have been all the better for having all
these millions of dollars at work
amongst us. You are aware that by
their charters none of the Northern
companiee can lend money outside the
S tates in which they are chartered.
I do not wish you to draw from the
above remarks any sanction for dis
paragement of any other company
working here. On the contrary, I
hope you will cultivate friendly and
courteous relations with the agents of
other companies. Mutual disparage
meut will result in great personal dis
comfort and in the injury and discredit
of the whole system of Life Insurance,
the growth and progress of which is
too important and .too beneficent to
our people for us who represent it to
create uneasiness or distrust about it.
Therefore, I hope you will content
yourself with urging upon all, the ad
vantages of Life Insurance, and witlh
explaining fairly and frlly th6 plans,
the foundation, the progress and the
personnel of the Peidanont and Ar
lington. You may rest assured that
you will find the go neral sentiment of
this people in favor of your Southern
Company, and that all who can exam
ine its p lane and its progress will feel
absolute confidence in the gentlemen
who manage it, and will find that no
Company has ever made equal progress
during the same period of its existence.
Very respecfully, yours,
DABNEY H. MUARY,
Gep'l Agent for La.,Texas and Ark·
Ei A -number of parties in town
are supplying themselves with sand
from the bars across the river, with the
view of building before low water shall
expose the bars again.
S. WEIL & Bo.--This old firm,
which has grown with Monroe, and
strengthened with its strength, gives
notice in this issue, of the large stock
of dry goods, plantation supplies, clo
thing, and general merchandise that
they have just received and are con
stantly receiving. This firm is too
well known to need an extended notice.
They have on hand, without doubt
the largest stock ever brought to Mon
roe; and it is as varied as the wants
of this community demand. They have
wisely concluded that the people of
this section may at times need some
thing fine, and have consequently
added to their stock such articles as
have heretofore been ordered from
abroad. To persons visiting Monroe,
we would say, call at this house, and
if you do not purchase, at least gratify
the taste by examining their well se
Let als Protect Oursaelves.
The physical structure of the strongest baman
being is vulnerable everywhere. Opr bodies are
endowed by nature with a certain negative power,
which protects them, to some extent, from unwhole
somne infiuences; but this protection is imperfect,
and cannot be safely relied on in unhealthy regions,
or under circumstances of more than ordinary dan
ger. Therefore, it is wisdom; it is prudence: it is
common sense to provide against such contingeaces,
by taking an ANTrOTE IN ADVANCE: in other words,
by fortitying the system with HOSTETTJR'S
STOMACH BITTERS-the most complete proteo
tive against all the opidomie maladies that has ever
been administered in any country. As aremedy
for Dyspepsia, there is no medicine that will com
pare with it. TWhoever suffers the pangs of indiges
tion. anywhere on the face of the earth where HOS
TETTER'S STOMACH SITTERS dan be procured,
does so voluntarily; for, as surely as truth exists,
this invaluable Tonic and ALTIERATIVE Would restore
his disordered stomach teo a healthy condition. To
the nervous itis also especially recommended, and
in cases of confirmed constipation it also affords
speedy and permanent relief.
In all cases of fever and ague the BITTERS is
more potent than any amount of quinine, while the
most dangerous cases of bilious fever yield to its
wonderful properties. Those who have tried the
medicine will never use another, for any of the ail
menti which the HOSTTETER BITTERS profess
to subdue To those who hate not made the experi
ment we cordially recommend an early application
of the BITTERS whenever they are stricken by
disease of the digestive organs.
ENGLISH FEMIALE BITTERS
Cores all Female complaints,
Cures wife, daughter and mother,
Cures cases pronounced incurabile,
Cures all irregular uterine actions,
Cures hysterica and chlorosis,
Cures diseases peculiar to females.
J. P. DaOMaOOOTE & Co.,
Sold by Druggists. Prop'r, Memphis Tenn.
This wonderful medicine has gained a world-wide
fame for the cure of affections of the kidneys and
bladder, and all who require it are in search of the
best. Dromguole & Co:'s Bnolhn, prepared by regu
lar physicians of emiphis,' Tenn., is recognized as
the bost andeheapest. Price St. Sold by druggists
Do you shake? Use King of Chills.
King of Chills never fails to cure.
Dumb and congestive chills cured with King of
King of Chills is the malarial antidote,
If;yonr liver is torpid and your bowels constipated
take one dose of Drormgoole & Co.'s Liver Pills, and
they will act so Well and pleasantly you will have no
others. They are the best purgative you ever used.
Sold by t. B. LIGoasKi & Co.
FALL FASHIONS, 1869.
J. HAYMAN, S. M. MARKS,
JOSEPH HAYMAN & CO.
Corner DeSinrrd and second streets
WE ARE constantly receiving, in addition to our
regular stock of Fancy and Staple Dry-Goods,
fresh additions of
LATEST STYLE OF DRESS GOODS
in all of its various grades;
Poplins, Merinoes, DeLaines, &c.;
Calicoes. Kerseys. Linseys. Osnahbrgs. Tickings,
Stripes. .Teans, Tweeds, Satinets, Cassimeres,
Broadcloths, Plain, Twilled. Shaker
and Opera Flannels, Nubias Sontgas,
fHoods, Jackets, Shawls,
Latest styles Balmoral Skirts, Hoop Skirts. &c., &c.
WE also offer a superior and carefully selected
and Childrens' Shoes
Booteesa; Gents Clothing,
Gents Furnishing Goods, Boofs,
Shoes. Ilats, Traveling and Packing
Trunks, Valinses, &c., Tobacco, Cigars,
Fancy articles, &c., &c.
iAll of which we will soell as low as possible for
Cash or Cotton.
WVE tale this method of thanking our friends for
past. favoms, and reslrctfuolly solicit a continuance
of thie same. Our constant "im will h, to show our
sclves, by fair dealintg, worthy of the liberal patron
Age exteoded to us since the time we have been es
J. HAYMAN & CO.,
DoSiard Street Corner 2nd,
Sept. 2-5, 1889. n30:¶
P. S.--Ourr "fair" customers will he duly notiied
of tile arrivalof the new MILLINERY GOODS for
thie season. J. H, & CO.
J. L. H]rNYaIVKER
Has, at his CARRIAGE FAC
TORY, on DeSierd Street, a fine
stock of handsome buggies, and car
riages made to order, especially for this mar
ket-CHEAP FOR CASH !
Blacksmithing and repairing neatly execut
ed at this shop, joining the Factory.
SAD)DLE AND HARI1EaS
- RESPECTFULLY inform my friends anJ
the public generally, thati am prepared to
and everything in my line. I have a good st oc
of materials on hand which I will sell at R ea
February 8, 69. p.n';tf
G-. WI. 1McFee,
PRACTICAL DBUGGIST AND CHEMIST,
I fully inlform my
friends and patrons
that sinoe the late
fire I- hae bought
the entire interest of
]. Filbiol, Eaq;. and
am for the present lo
Oated on the corner
of Third and Deilard
streets, opposite the
Iwill be pleased to
see my friends and
all who may wiah to purehae
P 00e bsrug a,
And bEerfame Oy,
On terms that will prove satisfactory.
I have jst received a new supply of standard
100 oz. Quinine.
90 oz. Morphine,
20 Ibs Opium,
25 Ibs Eng. Calomel,
and Blue Mass,
2 bbls. Epsom Salts,
200 lbs Pure and
1 Ton White Lead,
2 bbls. Linseed Oil,
I bbl of tCard Oil,
Glass, all sizes, or cut to any shape.
Japan, Copal and Coach Varnish,
Paints of all colors, mixed ready for use,
Brushes from $1 down, Coal Oil,
Lamps, Hand Lanterns; Large
warehouse lanterns, Lamps,
Lamp chimneys, a vari
ety of Burners.
50 reams assorted Paper, from large
Folto to Ladies' small gilt billet,
Initial Note with envelopes
to match, Wedding
csrds and envelopes;
a full assortment of Stationery genrally.
Lubin's -Extracts, Farin's Colonge,
French Pomade, Fine Dressing
Combs and Brushes, Bathing
Brushes, Tooth and
And hope that with the liberl patronage hitherto
given me. I may be enabled to blild my Brick Store
on the corner of Grand and DeStard Streets, very
soon. where I will present to the public a large and
duo assortment of Drugs, &c. G. -W. MeFEE.
P. S.-We earnestly request those who are in.
debted to the firm of RtcFee & Filhiol to come for
ward and settle their indebtedness. The great loss
which we have sustained, compels us to make this
demand. McYEE & FIL]IOL.
(I BeC)OFEbNIS(cCHE N,
Watchmaker and Jeweler,.
Of Every )Description,
All work in his line executed with neatness
and dispatcl, and guaranteed for 12 months.
CHAS. BOFENSCHE N.
Monroe. La., Feb. 24. 1869. n23
SURGHNOR & MULLIN
COR ieR OF GRAiNDce.& Gt rMONrT STETS,
e realers n
Floor, Lard, M acon, Pork, Molasses,
Rice, Tobacco, Cigare,
Wines add Liqtor's
Bagging, Rope, Plows, Hardware,
V Highest cash Price paid for Country Produce
burg, Trinityn and all intermediate landings on
Black and Ouachit. rivers.
THE FINE PASSENGER PACesT
(In place of the Latourche),
T. W. BLANKS-......-...-.....................-Master
. T. MORRIS- ..............................C Clerk.
Leaves New Orleans every S oturday
SLeaves, Monroe every Tuesday.
August 1 H69. n e 7-t
A. BROUSSEAJU & CO,, IMPORTERS,
19 Cluarfres Stred,
--Otter tor Sale at Low Prices
CARETI NG--EnglIsh and American of al
FLOOIt FURNITIRE and enameled Oil Cloths.
MATTING--500 rolls China. 1t0 pieces Cocoa.
V-IqT)OWV SiIA)RES, Table and Piano Oovers"
CRUTMB CJ.OTIS. Drugget Linen and Felt.
CURTpINs.--Lao o ra, Worsted, Damiaak, eta
PURNITURE COVYERING-Linon and Cotton
CORNICES, Bands, Pins, eto.
Change of Schedule.
GEmERAT. SUPERINTE.neIN'T's· OFFTCa, )
lNOlru LOUIIArNA & TEXAS RIAIIoADb
Mooto, LA., June o8, 1869.
N and after Mlonday, the 5th proximo
the Train will leave Monroe onMondays,
Wednesdays and Saturdays at i o'clook A. m.,
reaching Dethi at 8 30 a. M.
Returning, leave Delhi at 3 30 ., 8.,
reaching Monroe at 7 o'clock p. ai.,
W. R. GORDON, Gen'l Sunt.
SADIES AND MISSES' HATS AND
Bonnets made to order at
J. HAYMAN & CO'S.,
DeSiard, Corner 2nd Street.
Mop rqe*, L4 n37;tt
ANW. T. USAD. M.D. OAltaItSOU
W. C. WmILlMU.. Ass.ADDUaN
HEAD' WILLIAMSON &O.
-Scelvrl., Wseassia * - - "*-*
M1ER CH ANT S
-AND DUALISa IsI
Bagging tnd Rope. Iron TXie,
Herae and Ox Wagons. Carts,
Plantation uapplia G0enerally.
T HEUll STOCIL is now complete in all its vanl.
- ons branches, and will be kept so. Having made
their purchases under tle
MOST FAV ORABLE OIROVaDfTANNf7B,
;A -AD sO-r~..
Feel confdent in sssearing their friends and the pub
lio, that they will sell them anything in their
PRICEBB AD LOW
s they can be sold
OUTSIDE OF NEW ORl ANS.
They ave tge storaage warehouses fer the stor
-ge ofCotton. and allkinds of Merehandise. Thelr
Warehouses are situated in convenient localities on
the river bank, theroby enabling themto reeive
goods and ship cotton ithout mnuch handling and at
as cheap rates as it can be done.
5P The Pumie are iiteLd to give s as sae.
HEAD. WILLIAMSON & CO.
FOR THE FALL SEASON.
1 Am row receiving by the several packets
L in addition to the former stock, a large
Plantation Goods and suppiles,
DRY GOODS, BOOTS,
- SUCH As -
PEPPER, CANNED FRUITS, FISH, &c.
- ALSO -
IABDWARE, WOODEN AND WILLOWWARE,
which I offer at the lowest market prices. I
will also make liberal advances on cotton, and
pay the highest market price for the same,
when ready for shipment. Will also buy
HIDES, BEESWAX, &e.
Tendering my hearty thanks to my old
friends and patrons for the liberal share hith
erto extended me, I earnestly solicit all to call
and examine for themselves, bhefore buying
elsewhere. L. A. SHIELDS
Formerly of BYRam & SHIELDs.
August 4, 1869. n23-ly
FLOURNOY & MILLSAPS
RECEIVING, FORWARDING AND
KEEP always On hand a full stock of
LIQUORS, WESTERN PRODUCE,
DRY GOODS, HARDWARE,
BUGGY AND WAGON MATERIALS,
SIIOT GUNS, RIFLES,
BR EECH PINS,
TUBES, AND GUN
AND BEIST'S GARDEN SEED:
WE receive, store and forward goods at the lowest
prices, and receive, store, shly or soll cotton for
those favoring us with their business. We will give
the sale of cotton our special attention. As we hnve
noloDses to make up on cotton, our friends will find
o charges always at the lowest point.
Onr extenslro acqulantanco enables us to buy our
FIRZST HANDS AND AT T.BE LOWEST PBRIEB
Liberal crah advances made on all produce stored
with usna. sep In a tf
Ed. 1 IcLTitrick
ARCHITECT AND BUILDER,
CIROUND PLANS and Elevations for Cot
. tages, Villas, Suburban residences, ac
companied with specification., estimates, &c.
All orders in his line of business promptly
August 2, 1869. n46:tf
TRENTON SMITH SHOP.
T~ucnderstsend reapectfully_ iniorms the Wbli,,
and etpecl lrave arec wagoaners, that ho
keeps aBl.acikamith Shop in Trenton. opposite the
Livery Stable, where he is prepared to shoe horses,
nmake all kinds of new work and do repairing or
wagons, carriages, &e.. at the shortest notice, and
upon the moat reasonable terms. A liberal share o1
patronate solicitedW. . '. ~TRIerIG.
Trenton liept. Ti, ltcii ,
A. L. Nr. Ir. . SLA.
I1. 'W. nUU sI A t kr, L Ia T
Nus . i 4s rdtal ea ut.,
Nl. 555Osalwes Wes5
owv.ie-sy ew X.« suts
Cecih9. I868 am 5nl5uI. . 0
BROOWWk, MIDNADI & IUTM,
rtMW O x=0n':
No. 84 , W. BPrbrdgerdido St.,&
Dec. 19. 868 al:sI. '
BROOKS, McDONALD & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHA TN,
159 Caroadet Street,
Newn Orleans :
MeStea & Value
J. W. Berbridge & Co.
Chonteas, Harrison & Val'e
Berthold & Thompson.
Jan. 8.1887. nl"
.. A. Pa R5O. A. J. anEU.
a. P. r.sPUonmtf
PETERSON, RLr.& QQ.,.
coNUmmsoW D A.
Wester. Protae-.4 erebaat,
Importers of Wines, Brandies and Cigrs.
Ordem' for bhip, Steamship and Steamboat
supplies promptly fllhid.
C'orner of Poydras aand Toupftoulass res
Nos. 56,68, 60, 69 and 64 Pegdrasf
And 68 Tchloupitoulas 3eu . r
anT:Et NW ORA.: "
J. P~IrCuM -J-ny rrL.
GENERAL PURCHASING AG M
NO. 198 GRa~17 1BR DaY,
JNo. W. WALDaN, . . .... .... eeKeger
J. ML I,. - . . . - - .. ". . .PrchgDept
lI- Gen. Thomas If. Scott and D( B San
ders D. Oliver are with J. PickneySmi t, and
will give their personal attention to the inter
eats of their frienids.' nl-tt
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
JNo. 87 Peter Streets
P. O. Box; 987, Nmr ORL ANs.
W ILL ATTEND to all orders
Shim at lowest market pri
COL. J. F. PAROOUD,
WaIL & Bao., Mosoaz, La.
L. A. SHIELDS,
A. W. AWaLINST, &IAAC MEUR.tLL.
New Orleans. Minden, La.
RAWLIS & rEh3TRELL,
60 CARONDLET STREET-"
Cash, and Merbhandise orders psid witheut obarge
for advaning, when drawn against cotton shipped
to us. n 51:m
JOB. B. WOLFO. JOEL WOLFI
Jos. B. Wolfe & CDo
- AKD -
No. 188 Common Street,
New Orleanai. Lima
Daniel Pratt's Improved[
EUREKA & PEEILER
o Ott. (-rji._
p 41: lyr
THE fiOrm of Penn, Pace & Ninon is this day duo.
, ,olved by mutual consent The ,ndra rsifdarP
jointly charged with the linidatiou of its afairs
J. T. PACE.
JOHN NIXON, Ji.
New Orleans, May 11, 1869. n38.a
THORNIILL & IdiXOlY,
194 Gravier Street.
Dy reference to the above it will be seen that ji
firm of Penn, Pace lNxm is trdaolved utt pl late
in liquidation, the late partlers liquida ting itabs
I have this day associated myself with Mr. Johis
Thornhill (late arm of Tbornhill & Richtardson) a,
will continue the Cotton Factorage busineas with.
out interruption. My new San is prepaied to fur
nish any further supplies tbat may bc requived b e"
those doing buieso,iwith my latehouse, sad will
aleo advases any moneys promsled for planting
purposes, or to advance oh eotton.
JQ"OU NIXOT; Jr.