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MOuachpLa clT E2gro19
blON5bb9iS , LA., OCTUBEli 23, 18&9.
Fr.om 5enaroe to Neew Orleasy-- (0 miles-
B- e'~ 47Rrm., skP--.emi-Weekly Paket liue
to Itýºe of itlCtil hLckt tbheneo to and from
Monroe. Time-50 hours.
Fero e ena,'n.e to VtckbnArg-75 miles-Cars
utLe tri.Fw tee (lhond oes, . Weldnsydlas
and tolrdayalo wDei u.leavinge onroe t 4 A. M.,
e by coach to Delta, o osito Vicksblurg.-.
eZurs Cars leaOve.iltksbnrg daily. Sun
a oepftd at 6r. M., and 1 v. M., for all points
'rj'.,,, 5ag to Sehr eprveort-llf miles
hear a haves every Monday, Wedhesday
and Saturday, upon arrival otears, pasyelg hlrough
Trenton ,Viemn.e Areladi ,and MitndSn. Arrives
at Monroe, returning at 3 o'elock on mortaine of
l.u .days. Tilde td .ghreveport 36 hours. Time
inst.u A gVood n to-s hroveport, 5o hiys;
FreM mIMroe to saLrep-30 miles-.rTwo
hore hant k, aurying.U S. mail, leaves eveiyv lon
dAy. Wednesry and oriday Srninag, nrrieing at
aastrop at l U. ur.me days.. Iotirns the da"ai tul
lowing. Time dthothrs.
Ugo ren, Iludsgles and oacks may be
hired in Monroe to go to any point not upon any
reele t.eahed by public conveyano. Travelers
tig ovetd.in Mont+e. in nd ample aecig ninoda
,ione, ateitho the Lewin House, or the Ouacnhit
house orat the Railroa4d teL T'renton, $ miles
above, 16elu e well snpplied with Hotels.
of Mr. O. B. Hill, of Pibe h eluff,
Caldwell parish, died suddenly of heart
disease, at his residence, on the 13th
inst. A good man has gone to his
STEAM MILL FOR SALI.-To parties
Wanting to invest in the mill business,
a splendid opportunity will be afforded
tby A. Sanderson & Co., near Vienna,
32 -mles west of this placeO.
Wý Godey's Lady's Book, for No
vembe, has-been received. It is an
excellent number, from which we learn
that ladies' bonnets are increasing in
size and that chignons are on the wane.
a o We regret to hear that tile
North Louisiana and Texas- Railroad
Company is making indifferent progress
in the work of reconstruction. the
great trouble seels to be the scarcity
of laborers. It is still hoped,however,
the road will be re-openedr by the 1st
of January next.
IN Te CorMMIssION BUSINESS.
Capt. A': W;Norcross, formerly Asses
sor :for this Internal Revenue district,
has gone Into the factorage and con
mission business at 198 eravier street.
New Orleans. where he will be pleased
to see his friends from the Ouachita
1RICi STORE &E JEWELRY SHEOP.
Messrs. A. t. Jones and Chas. Bofen
schen have commenced the erection of
a two-stoy brick building-on- the site
of r. Bofenschen's old shop, recently
burned down. The building will be
ocupied 'below jointly by Messrs
Jones and Bofenachen; the former hav
ing astore and the latter a jewelry shop
Tile upper story will be occupied as a
residence. The-building will have an
ornamented front of thirty-three feet
in width, and will be forty feet deep.
*M The Drug establishment of
Lignoski &Co. has attained considera
ble reputation by the manufacture ot
proprietary medicines, embracing three
different preparations, known respect
iv ely as"Lignoski's Electric Liniment,'
"Ninth Wonder," and "Brook's Salve.'
l'he demand for these preparations
keeps Lignoski busy. Hissales for the
past few months extend into the thou
sands. He has several agencies
throughout the country, all of whom
report a sustained demand for Lig
0-e There never has been, within
our recollection, such a fine Fall in
Louisiana, both for health and gath
ering crops. There has been little or
no sickness in the country, while by
far the larger portion of the cottonl
which has been picked has not had a
drop ofrainuponit. We have had
no heavy winds, or beating rains, and
as a consequenc te there has not been so
far, a loss of ten pounds of cotton per
acre. This, in a great measure, ac
coinnts for the unexpected yield per
acre, which on the river lands ranges
fhom 1000 pounds seed cotton to one
and a half bales per acre.
B~re A freedman was found dead
last week in the Bayou Denoiard near
the Portch ? place. Another freedmn
;as arrested on suspicion of having
hilled him, and finally confessed the
killing, but says ii. wes done in self
defense, in proof of which he produced
a pistol beloning to the murdered man
with which he declares be was .gsailed.
A freedwoman seems to have been the
innocent cause of the trouble. The
special organ of the negroes publishes
this occurrence as a "brutal murder,"
when the editor knows no more of the
facts than tile man in the moon.
t.,. Fiom an article to be be found
on first page, our German friends will
se that djreet steamship communication
is now open between Nuew Orleati and
Bremen. A German Immigrant Asso
ciation in Monroe might now be of
great beniflt. Who will inaugurate
Special to Oaalhita Telegraph.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 21.-Belknap
takes charge of the War Department
on the 1st,proximo.
Bankers and brokers are amain ap
pealing to Delano; this time for relief
against assessments under recent ru
There are now four millions more
fractional currency in circulation than
at any time since the first issue, but
the complaints of scarcity from the
So.uth and West are very loud.
Receipts from Internal Revenue and
Customs for current month show a
heavy decrease; but so far warrants
on the Treasury have been light.
Another decrease of debt is expected.
SAn arAncrsco, Oct. 21.-The ae
sassination of the British Minister has'
been attempted. Steamer Flying Scud,
which lefj Yakohoma August- 17, lost
with all on board. Last returns from
judicial election favor the Democrats.
Steamer Hong Kong brings large in
voice of Celestials.
NEW YORK, Oct. 21.-Five Spanish
gun boats came to this port from Mys
tic under convoy of revenue cutter.
Father Hyacinthe remains very quiet.
His presence excites less attention
from Catholic than from Protestant
NEW YORK, Oct. 21. - Jay Gould
was brought before the Grand Jury
this morning and questioned regarding
the recent gold panic. The result of
his testimony was the indictment of
Gen. Butterfield, Sub-Treasurer, A.
It. Corbin, brother-in-law of Gen.
Grant, together with many others, for
MADRID, Oct. 21.- In the Cortes
to day Gen. Prim declared himself a
monarchist and opposed to a republic.
NASlaVILrL, Oct. 21.---The legisla
ture has voted four times for Senator,
Johnson 48, Etheridge 31, scattering
24. Johnson wanted 4 votes of an
NEw ORLEANS, O.t. 21.-Cotton
market unsettled; price nominally
241c. Gold 1311.
HAYMAN & Co.-Located as this
house is, in a retired portion of town,
many of our readers, who visit Mon
roe, rarely over enter its doors or see
the splendid stocks of dry and fancy
goods kept within. In this, buyers
commit an error, for it is an admitted
fact by all who have visited the estab
lishment, the ladies particularly, that
it is well supplied with nearly every
article required in this market in the
dry goods line, and is managed with
regular arid systematic attention to the
wants and wishes of customers, every
one being treated with couriesy and
kindness. The millinery department
commends itself especially to the ladies.
as something exactly in their line of
wants. A competent milliner is in
charge to receive all orders for bon
nets, trimmings, &c., who guarantees
her work to give full satisfaction. We
are pleased to know that Messrs. flay:
man & Co., who came among us per
fect strangers, have established them
selves firmly in business and are
appreciated by the public. They are
excellent business men and good citi
A. W. NOI4tCROSS,
COMr3TISSI O N -I.E R CT-ANT,
198 GRAVIER STREET,
October 23, 1869. nS:n3m
STEAM MILL AND FIXTURES FOR
A NO i. FIRST-CLASS STEAM SAW
and grist mill, running about 31 years,
and situated 2 miles east of Vienna, Jackson
Parish, engine 12 inch cylinder, is now offered
for sale. Timber abundant and convenient,
with a demand t'r lumber exceeding the sup
ply. Owners anxious to sell and ofer induceo
ments to purchasers.
Purchasers referred to Moses Spivy or A.
Sanderson for terms, or address
A. SANDERSON & C,.,
October 23, 1869. n5:3t
T O HOUSEKEEPERS AND LOVERS OF
things good to eat:
Fresh Sour Krout. Mackerel,
Dried Apples, Green Apples,
Green Peas, Green Corn,
Fresh Tomatco-, Fresh SodI Crackers,
Cracknell Biscuit, Fresh Preserves,
Fresh Jellies. White Beans,
Sardines and Oysters,
Fresh Prunes, Pearl Barley,
Canned Peaches and Pine Apples,
Gruyere Cheese &c.,
Just received and for sale on Bayou DeSiard
Octo'er 23, 1899. It
DIED at his residence in the Parish
of Caldwell, on the 13th inst., OLIVER
BRIARD HILL, in the 63rd year. of iais
He was taken ill very suddenly on
Wednesday night, and died from an
attack of heart disease.
COL. HiLL had been a member of the
church for upwards of 40 years, and
throughout life since professing religion,
evinced a strong attachment to, and a
sincere belief in the religion of Jesus
It was ever his counsel to the young
and those with whom he conversed on
the subject of religion, to regard the
interests of the soul, as infinitely super
ior in importance to all worldly inter
est; and that though our motto should
be to "aim high," in worldly things, we
should at the same time never allow
our religious principles to become sub
ordinate to our worldly aspirations.
His house has been at all times open
to ministers of the Gospel; and among
the happiest hours of his life, were
doubtless those spent in christian com
munion with the servants of God.
He had a warm feeling of sympathy
for the afflicted, distressed, and unfor
tunate; and his hand was not inknown
to deeds of private charity.
He had strong faith in Christ as the
Redeemer of mankind, and relied on
the efficacy of the atonement of Christ,
as a passport to the climes of eternal
bliss. He appeared not to dread his
departure from this world, and at times
during life would dwell with delight on
the prospect of a realization of- the
good things God has in store for those
who live in conformity with the Gospel
and persevere;to the end.
His instructions to his children in
the doctrines of Christianity were
given in their early youth, and not
without effect as has been proved by
the deathof one of ihem, who died in
the hope of a home beyond the grave,
in Heaven above.
His Methodist brethren, the Metho
dist itinerant preachor, and his Chris
tian friends wilt no more grasp his
hand in Christian fellowship in this
world, but will meet him again in . a
higher sphere of existence, to join in
rendering praises of thanksgiving to
Christ the Lamb of God, in one con
tinual hymn of praise, throughout eter
He has left an aged companion and
four lovely sons, together with many
friends to mourn their loss. But they
have the blessed assurance of meeting
their sainted Father and friend where
parting is not known.
God bless the family.
R. T. WILLTAMs.
We learn from a circular letter from
Mr. George D. Hite, of New Orleans,
that the following named boats will ply
between this pla.e and New Orleans,
as soon as navigation opens, viz: Bart
Able, Corielia, St. Marys, Jefferson,
Silver Bow, Welcome. They are all
first class packets, and we wish them
abundant success.--Camden Democrat
General Marmaduke is building a
block of ware houses in Cincinnati.
Let tJ' Prolect Ourselves.
The physical structure of the strongest human
being is vulnerable everywhere. Our bodies are
ulndowred by un:tlore with a cert:lilc negative power,
which protects thel.m, to some extent, rolm unwhole
s,lne influences; but this'.protection is inmplerfect,
and cannot be safely relied on in unhealthy regions,
or udert circnlmstanos of niore than ordiaitni dan
-r. Therefore, it is wisdom; it is irudence : it is
comn.non sense to provide against such conltinigenlces.
by taking arIANTIIiOTE IN AI)VAneC.: in othbri woMrds,
iv, firtilving the syvAtea with flOS'1'TJ'E-R'"S
STLOMACH ITTERiS-the most complete protoc
tire against all the epidemic mnaladies that has ever
Ieenl administered in any country. As a renmedy
foa Dvshpepsia, there is no medicine that will comn
pare witi it. Whoever sufftrs the paglls of iudies
liiu. anywhere oni thlie face of the earth wheiro IOS
TEI'L'TER'S STOM\[ACI BIr"I'EltS cau be procured,
des so voluntarily; for, ais surely a truth exists,
thibs iinvaluable TOlIc :1and ALTIERATIIVE would restore
his disordered stomach to a healthy condition. ETo
the nervous it is also especially recommended. and
ill cases of conlirmed conlstipation it also allords
splie.ly amld pernmalutnt relief.
Ini 1 ill ecsn of ftever :ll nel the IITTTERS is
mlore potent thlan :l nv a nut t of qlluinine, while the
imolo l ,h,ut',;uus l:iscS of biilious fe'over vitcld to its
woudeltfipl roperuplie. Those who uthov trier the
c'(icileue will ni\-sr use aitlibr, fournv of the atl
tlint s which the ITOsl"rlS'TI'lEP TITTERS uriofcos
to sbdne 'o those who have not mii:ude the iexp lri
wh.int c-c o;-:,i:ill[ s-i-u-uaiionii at early apphlicaion
of the I1lITTEILSi whelicever they are stricken by
disease of the digestive organs.
ENGLIt.It FEM.IALE 3ITTEIRS
C'res all Feimal comupilaints,
('tui's witi. idaughter allnd mother,
(:iresn cases pironlouneced inclurabll,
CurS all irriegul.ir uteriine at iOns,
(',lres hwvtri,.: rnd hlhorosis,
Caies diseases peculiar to flinttitiea.
J. 1P. 1)I7itu:uNO!cE & Co.,
Sold by Druggists. Prop'r, Mtnmphlis Tenn.
This wonlderful medicineo has gained a world-wide
fanme for tlie care of affietions of the kidneys and
blatider, andl all who rcquiiiro it are iin sarch of the
best. )romnloole &. Co:.'s nllchllu, preioard by re ii
;ar pl-oi-sltialsii of Memphis, Teon., is r.iogmiiiitcei
thelleu.it :al ctheapest. I'rice $1. Sol by druggists I
Do you shake? t oe Ring of Chills.
Kin'g of Chills never fails tl cure.
1)limb and congestive chills cured with King of
King of Chills is the malarial antidote.
Tfvour liver is torpid anld yourl bowels ronstlpated
takeii, one ,iso of rfirmi ol( & Cl.'s .Liveills . Lald
,they will act so well land pileasantly you will have no
othe:rs. They are the heat pnlr;xative you ever used.
Sold by R. B. LiNossaKI & Co.
BELLE VTUE .NURSERIES ;
A larg collection of beit varieties of Fruit Trees
Gape Villis and Strawberry Pla:nts for tale at
ilhe above Nurselries.
No~le hlt ti ro, si goodi growth and. adaptability
will be eont to cuii oT mniers
Senitd for descriptive c italiluges mlrl nsl'lr( orders
to (;. I.. I'ERSNI)O,, Agmnt.
Mlonroe L.a., Oct. 9, 186b iui;tf
IFJbTIthe uxteisive Nurseries of P. ,T. IiEI.(:te
F .MANS, A t:SIrTA, GEiOIu:IA, will be fiinislhed ly
me during the season of 19819 and 170t. D)urling ulliv
igation on the, Ouacllit;s and t aributries. I will doliy
er the tries &e.. at any landing thereon or aii ainy
point or. the N. L. & T. It. It. Descriptive catalongos,
showing plies at NurriesrC, mailed free to Isupli."
canto. Freight on shipmnts is additional to be paid
TP.Rss.--]Eah OrluTr must be accompanied by cash
or sight drla't on solie house in New Orleans, Mon
Iroe or Trenton.
nroe. La.. JI _Ii . i.
_Iinroe La. st, .ý, zit
PIEDMONT AND AILINTOW
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Capital paid up and secured 82 00 000.
Assets, - - - 01 500 000.
Policies issued during the last
two years, over . - 8 000.
Declares dividends annually, and assigns
dividends annually to all policy holders,
Divides eighty-seven and halt per cent. (8'7
p. c.) of profits amongst the policy holders.
Lends in each State the funds acquired from
the policy holders of that State.
Lends its funds only on first bond and'mort.
gage,-and lends only to the amount of one
half the value of the real estate pledged.
Is exclusively a Southern Company, its
Stockholders, Directors and Officers were
born in the South.
Its prosperity is unequalled probably in the
whole history of Life Insurance. No Compa
ny has ever before during the same period of
its history, made such progress as the
PIEDMONT AND ARLINGTON
has done. No Company presents such claims
to the patronage and the confidence of the
W. C. CARRINTON, President,
JOHN E. EDWARDS Vice.Pres't,
D. J. HAR'I'SO3K, Secretary,
J. S. HOPKINS. Assistabt Secretary.
JOHN C. BRECKENRIDGE, General
Agent for Kentucky.
DABNEY H. MAURY, General .Agent for
Texas, Louisiana and Arkansas.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS OFTHE BRANCH
OFFICE IN NEW ORLEANS;
PRESIDENT, DABNEY H. MAtURY,
VIcE-PREs'T., GEN. G. T. BEAUREGARD.
D. H. Maury, Gen. G. T. Beauregard.
Gen. Braxton Bragg, Dr W. H. Holcombe,
Col. G. G. Garner, R. M. Simmons,
Col. D. A. Wilson, Col Thos. Macon,
Edward Nalte, '. 8. Barton.
Jules C. Denis, Louis Barnett,
W. M. Randolph, , A. M. Fortier,
Liberal commissions will be allowed to ac
tive agents who have had experience in the
Agents are especially desired for Louisiana
and Arkansas. Gentlemen applying for agen
cies will please send references and state what
their experience has been.
DABNEY H. MAURY, General Agent
for.South West, 59 Carondelet St., N. O.
L. V. MAYRE, Agent for Monroe,
and neighboring Parishes. n2 :1y
AS JUST RECEIVED ONE DF THE
largest and best assorted stock of
DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS,
BOOTS, SHOES, TOB.JCCO, S~c.,
Ever brought to this market. His stock of
Dry Goods comprises
Flannels of all kinds. Jaconetts, &c.
IHis stock of Gentlemen's clothing embra
ces an attractive variety of seasonable goods,
made up mn the latest and most fashionable
He will sell Give him a call
as cheap as before you make
the cheapest. trades elsewhere
COTTON and all kinds of COUNTRY
PRODUCE purchased at the highest market
Monroe, La., October 2, 1869. 2;¶
CHECK YOUR COTTON!!!
USE TIHE "ODELL COTThN CHECBK,'"
And you will nnt lose in weight only from
natural causes. You will always get your
own cotton for it cannot be exchanged,and
you run no risk of getting a light b'le for
your heavy one; nor Low Ordina ry for Good
Mlddling Cotton. By the use of this check
you give your nmerchant a KEY 'TO AIl.
ERIIORS-they are discovered at once and
rectilied before loss is sustained. It gives
your rnrrchaut a voucher to correctness very
satinactory to him, and you will know who is
to blame in case of losses. It will relieve
him from blame for anoth.,r man's mistake.
Use the "ODELL COTTON CtlECK,r
and your merdchant will RF.TURN IT on KEE,
IT FOR YOU to corroborate his account stles
and the steamboat clerk can point your cotton
out, even if all marks fromn tlhe heads of bales
are gone. It eaves steam boatmen mullch tilnme,
muich money and trouble. III usitg the
"OELL CoOTTonS CECK," mark a simple letter
or any usual ma.rk on the head of the balefor
convenience, and if hundreds of hales are
marked exactly like your cotton and on the
same boat, no one can have ANY NUMBEI
LIKE YObiRS, as there are no two .chccs
This clerk is made of brass-is about the
size of a Mexican dollar. and is a complete
fastening or lock around the tie-it costs only
25 cents, and will last the planter, merchant or
c~ttou dealer anyo years. It is approvedl by
all planters and cottun dealers who have seen
Chocks can be ordered through all conntrv
mercl:hants, any Colnmission House or my
house in Monroe.
Geieral Deput No. 194 Gravier Street, New
S. V. ODEL.h,.
Monroe, La., Sept. 29, 1869. no26mr.
OLD FEATIIERSIADE NEW!I
Tv. I,. Amonott. at lr. Mc(:ormicrk's old oilen, nw
has his FiEATHIIEIR, RISNOVATt'oI at work. Old
feathers a.e eCntirely reOeweC, lland maido better evon
tham h whet nuw, ean n fneita'Atem it tom'oughly el-eam
edC. ('ni a'nl ecxamCinu tht epvolition for yourn-li.
l boe i o' i itaJ. ytJr /lf:
A. 1. OLIVt JO BN1
Late of stanidor, Oliver O MOtr, Trn ato, .e. , agmeWo .1hs
S1144 k SSS4%khabSS /
Ltetiving $ Jorwarbing MeObcIantg,
Anti General Dealers ini
Western Produce, Groceries,
WINES & LIQUORS,
Of Every Descriptiotii
.A..ci van~cect on. Cotton.; al ct t7 k
Pa1d for c ame and
All kinds of Country iProduce.
OLIVER & BYRNE,
Monroe, October 9, 1869. 4:1
FOR THE FALL SEASON.
r Am now receiving by the several packets
in addition to the former stock. a large
Plantation Goois ant stupplies,
DRY GOODS, BOOTS,
- sUCH As -
PEPPER, CANNED FRUITS, FISfr, kcM.'
- ALSO -
IARDWARE, OODEN AND WVILLOWWAR3';
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, &c.
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, before buying
elsewhere. L. A. SHIELt)S
Formerly of B'RNE & SHIELDB.
August 4, 186t9. n23-ly
FLOURNOY & MILLSAPS
RECEIVING, FORWARDING AND
T E EP always on hand a full stock of
LIQUORS, WESTERN PRODUCE. 1
DRY GOODS, HARDWARE,
BUGGY AND WAGON MATERIALS,
SIIOT GUNS, RIFLES,
BR EECII PINS,
TUBES, AND GUN
AND BEUST'S GARIEN. SEED.
WE roe-tve, store and forwai4d gobds at the lof*ost
prier'. anti receive, atnrp, Slhip or sell cotton for
thcose favrilug , with their biln noas. We will give
the' ali: of cottou our special attenotion. As we hav
Ioe klssrn to utakU tIp on cotton, our friends will find
our hlnrtesn isways at the letwest polnt.
(OIr e xt.enjirU acquaintance unables us to buy our P
FIIUST .HANDS AND ATT IBE LOWRE'T P.RI S
I.bI,,ral oach advances made on all produce stored l
with us. sep I an 50 tf
ARCHITECT AND BUILDER,
IVtonroe, L -a.
G ROUND PLANS and Elevations for Cot
tatges, Villas, Suburban residences, ac
comp:anied with specifications, estimates, &c.
All orders in his line of business promptly
August 2, 1869. n46:tf
-IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
ANhD STTOEMAKERS' MA2'ERIALS,
NO. 86 OLDI LEVEE,
BETWEEN CUSTOMIIOUSE AND BIEIVILLE,
FALL FASHIONS, 1869.
J. IIAtMAN-, S. M.2 ARKS,
JOSEPH HAYMAN & CO.
Corner De1oinrd and Second *teeet.V
AR71 eConstantly ieeniin g, in additiob to oft
regnl ar satotk of Fancy and Staple Dry-Goode;
In all ot its various grades;
Poplins, MItrinoes, Delfdines, Ac.;
Calicoes, 1prseys. Lilnseys. Osnaburga. Tttl-igs,
Brou:aloths, Plain; ) willed Shaker
and Oer la ynla, u lias ontgas,
a'uodsa, Jackets, Shawls
Latet styles lalmnoral Skicte, h]oop Skirts. &o., &O
CVE also offer a superior and carefully serlete
and Childres-' Shs
Bootees; Gents Clotht il,
t enths eturnhing f anoo ads e oo,
ShOAes, lisats. Traveling aoi Packloin
Trunks, Valises, &rc., Tobne ra, Cigars,
Fancy articles, & O., &c.
All of which we will soeas low as possible otf
Cash or Cottoxi.
VE take this meothod If thanIkin our friqdS
of the sane. Our cosatant aim will be to show our:
selves, by fair dealingR, worthy of the liberal patron
age e andul to us asiecc the tine we have beena E
J. HeAYMAN & CO.,
bleSlard Street, Corner tnar
Sept. 25, 1869. n3r6:r
P. S.=.Our faior" customers will be duly ntifleti
the season. J. 1. & CO.
STORES AND WARE-HOUSES IN
OR SALE. That very eligibly locafedt and vaIn
Fable property situated at the corner of Gl-and anu
OleShe la strets in the town of hnroe. Teo lohhsa
a tront of lo0feet on Grandbtreet sd runs back tdr
the Ouachita river. The corner builiing is two
stories in bight and hoa a .front of abonti45 test.
There are two atoreson the lower floor, withlt a warxe
the upper oer. The corner front room aup s-tars~tW
now leased for a jwellr shop. Below th e r wo st on
ry building there is a single story house, now nse,(
as a large tin shop, back of which is a cotton shed.
On the lower line io the lot there is a brick wall.
to stories in h ight and well built, which cost 200d0.
This wall Is not only a great protection against firs
but is in ftine condition to bo usntd as a wall of a brick.
housef desilred. The location is the most central id
town. Terms of sale-901t+; one third cash and the
balance ti one and two years wit, 8 per reot inter
ot thfou date, wi th mortgae on theprolpo rty.
Apply to B. J. llart & Co. or ('hisuti , Boyd. New
Orleans. or toMorrison & Faotner. A outeta
Muaur~c, LA, September 15:, 159." na.kt"