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A: PVBt SB3D.- EVE3X DATUNDAt
C. S. TROUSDALE, Editor.
SJourual of the City of Monroe
Je tuosl of o heariek of Onrehita
ONE DOLLARIPER YEAR,
ComaUm Uu4L#E AND DBIARD STREIU.
aa0111 up ar!~U UC~ma. L·~·"
OO LA..P SIAT 515
MON bOROE, LA.. WAYb 26, 1688.
-,THE TEO3APH,tbnO dollar a year, Jonas
atrIctS l In advadee. i hance
The ,erpfomefrs" are on- top both n next
State jd' Federal allir5. show I
me muumthe Si
Wonder: i. Gov. McEnery wonot Gibso
come home tnd ran for Congress perbal
'~ mm m -the St
Gov. Nicholi' was loaugurated last any at
Mondaye amid much show of pomp and be wa
:: -roomitaane. reforn
, ::., the St
B. .Blaine has been Interviewed and ad- etabhe
:iereis to bislptatainent that he will not count
'be a caodld*te* groun
, The complicated relations between State
GQrmlny add Russia are again threat genState
eiimg the peace of Europe. maon
..lgerotary of State Oscar Arroyo sique
: hasbeen appointed by Gov. Nieholls gree,
to be his private secretary: and n
It is stated that Maj. E. A. Burke aIRA
will realise something like $10,000,000,00 forb
. out of his Bessemer, Ala., Investment, of f'
The weary tariff debate has been ggY
concluded. It is estimated that not a
::single' vote was changed by the ar
* E mii
Gov. MeEnery and family have cone
moved to New Orleans. The States the
says that the Governor will make that Gov
eity his future home. Jusil
The Senate "razeed" the River and ene
Harbor Appropriations Bill, doing he
great Injustice to the South, especially now
to Louisiana and Mississippi. rem
= -= ~ day
. You hear a good deal about the re- bou
united Democracy of Louisiana but and
you see the factional lines sharply so
drawn in the Senatorial contest just the and
same. . The
Jole Mallsfield, a notorious woman io
an New York several years ago, and to I
about whom Ed Stokes killed Jim Fisk, m
the "Prince of Erie," died a few days tha
ago in New Jersey. go
Geo; Wi. Ourtis, the leader of the blh
Mugwumps, predicts the nomination
and defeat of Blalne. It is unnecessary cis
to predclt that Cleveland will be the co
successful competitor. fo
Bob Taylor has been renominated Ti
for Governor of Tennessee after a ne
campaign more exciting perhaps than
the recent one in this State. IHe was
nominated after the 40th ballot. 1
Cleveland will be unanimously re- tt
nominated. If he pockets or vetoes the (
River and Harber bill after his ntmf
nation there will be a walling and
gnashing of teeth in the Valley. i
Congressman Blanchard withdrew
from the Senatorial contest Wednes.
day leaving the field to, Senator
Eustls, Judge White and Mr. Jonas,
and North Louisiana without a candi
The State Immigration Association
met at Btton Rouge Tuesday with a
large attendance. The Association is 1
doing a splendid work and a largely
increased population and wealth swili
* be the result of its labors in the next a
year or two.
The question is being asked ,'will
Gov. Nicholls stand by his pledges to
recognise the voice of the people in the
appointment of police jurors and other
parochial officers, or will he allow the
old and new courthouse rings to dictate
these appointments?" The Thr.E
GRAnt believes that uov. Nicholls
will hearken unto the people.
Gov. McEsery still declines to enter
the Senatorial race and he acts wisely,
He has been flattered by no end of eu-n
logistle prateise lately, but talk is cheap
sad the Qovernor seems to understand
it. Should be permit his name to be
ued as a candidate for the Senate he
waOUld fall and besides lose the prestige
theilo now esjoylog. The fates have
dersed the downfall of the ring both
islalls mad National affairs and the
lOo. Meaeryo even can not
THE JUNIor SENATORH~8 C nT
The Senatorial.dead&th Is i11 t4 ey,
broken and the idlcati s ale that e Oumo
the friends ;,of 'White, Eudtl an the d
Jonas, respectively, are willing to were aut
fight it out if it takes all summer. parish.
Congressman Blanchard withdrew Judge
from the contest last Wednesday-and lowingr
has returned to Washington to look mously I
after the Rivers and Harbors bill. It Resolf
needs his attention. His support went pary apO
mainly to White;. Eustis and Jonas, approve
however, getting one each. The last and ppr
ballot stood-White, 49; Eustis, 38; Olevelar
Jonas, 31. The caucus met Thursday ClIteia
but adjourned, without taking a ballot, Cieev
until next Monday. succeed
e The TELEGRAPH still hopes that Mr. United
-' Jonas will be nominated but the On mi
chances appear to be against him' OUACIL
Judge White is the TELrEGBA1'11' ed to p
n next choice and he stands the best Then
show to win, having the backing of meetini
the State administration and Gen.
itGibson's powerful influence. ie is, C.
perhaps, the ablest man of his years in
the State and it is doubtful it he has "The
any superiors. Next to Senator Gibson
he was the most powerful chief of the Vivi
reform element of the party in ridding contrit
the State of ring domiition and the sants
"f stubborn opposition that he Is n9w ena; t Bat
countering is based mainaly upon that i who
ground. He is an able lawyer; has numer
served upon the Supreme Bench of the
;t, State; is a statesman and"a scholtrly This
gentleman ; is in the prime of robust ships I
manhood, and possesses a superb phy- remins
yo sique. He combines, in a marked do- Tight
,Ils gree, all the necessary qualtleations to Tenny
make a most useful and able Senator
and if he should be elected the TEr.E
ke RAPRic predicts that he will carve out
00o for himself a niche in the corner stone
nt. of fame that will endure for ages.
sen 4OV. NICIIOLL'S INAUGURAL AD
t a DREtSS.
ar- - NE
Gov. Nicholl's inaugural address was
eminently wise, conservative and State
ave conciliatory to the friends of rule,
ites the late administration. He did condi
hat Gov. McEnery's government fullthe
Justice without overdoing the thing. the I
lie drew a vivid picture of the differ- tions
and ence between the circumstances when to-do
ling he took the oath of ofilce in 1876 and rains
ally now. Then-but the people too well are
remember the trying ordeal of those remi
days. Now the grand old State is weir
re- bounding on to wealth and prosperity of at
but under a government-as Gen. Nicholls TI
rply so well expressed it-whose sole aim geT
the and end is the happiness of the people. tlion
The white civilization of Louisiana else
is safe. Gov. Nicholls did not hesitate er II
and to pronounce what he desired his ad, no
ministration to accomplish and if he isle
succesful ITouslana will have enjoyed at ly I
lays the end of the next four yearsj the best EX
government with which she was ever
the blessed. bee
aryon The Louisiana State Agricultural So- tur
tciety selected Baton Rouge as the place tri
for holding the next State Fair and t
Monroe as the next place of meeting. of I
nated The meeting will take place some time the
or a next January.
was The Louisiana irand Lodge,
Knights of Pythias, is in session at ly
Baton Rouge. Stonewall Lodge of du
ly re- this city is represented by Judge T. A. on
es the (larreot and J. E. McGuire, El. co
I and EItlATT'A.--In the proceedings of so
the City Council published list Satur- ad
day the salary of the City Attorney th
hdrew was erroneously stated to be $250. It
ednes. should have been $240. gt
Jonas, ipenmocratic Mass Meeting. hi
MoNtOlnE, LA,, May 19, S8S.
ciation Pursuant to a call of 1ion.' . PL.Stlublt,
Nith a Chairmen of tine Dlomocratic L'arish
lion e Executive Committee, the l)em crats ,
argely of Oluachitn Parish assembled at tihe
h will Courthouse this dclay for the pirpose of I
e next selectiug delegates to represent the P'ar
ish in the State (Convention to assemnble
in Baton Rtouge on thie 2tth instant. t
I will lion. I'. P'. Stublbs, Chairman of tihe
I Eges to Executive Committee, clled the meet
ain tie ing to order, and on mnotion Msj.
I other Thomnas Mctuire was elected Chair
ow the man and C. Ii. Trousdalte Secretary.
d itate On Umotion the chair was authnorized I
TEL.E to appoint tifteen delegates antd tilteen I
Nicholls alternate delegates to east thie vote of
()uachit Panrish in the )Demnocrattic
State Convention to be holden at Blaton
o enter Rouge on the 2t6h instant.
s The chair appoilttecl tine (ollon'ing
d of e- delegates : J. T. Cole, J. It. Pckett,
F. cheap II. /Cant, \W. L. Morris, . C. liar
ererd ris, V. It. Mitchell. U. 1. Trousdale,
tto beW W. ). Willbanks, J. 5. licatner, J. It.
taste he (iarretson, F. 1'. $tcubhb, t'oe. A.
prestige arret', It. W. .itunardlson, J. E.
Shave Mctluire, l,. i). Mell,.sin.
ot Alternates : l)r. E. N. Potta W. 11.
ad the tayle, It. M. lFilliol, i., W. Mlt'len
t dont , Joe. T. Camp, W. H. Young,
John Arrant S. M. McCraine, T. N.
DOin r W. 1 iller, M. A. Vine i ,
j. , nds, H. Meye. D
key,RM. reard. The It
IOnttot of H. H. Rusell1, " this lss
the di present at the cinvention never le
were authorized to cast the vote of the putting
Judge T A. Gatrret offered the ful- IJ ionl
towing resoluigns IhIjech were ainael- LoutaIla
mously aQftetd: bly as n
Resolved-That the Democratic delightf
party of Ouachita parish ina Mass Meet- are not
ing assembled heartily endorse and as tbo] d
approve the wise, liberal, economical their ha
and pure administration of President mixed t
ieoblved further-That Grover Louis
Clevbland is the unanimous choice of ble ferti
t-heDemoeracy of Ouachita Parish to ter, is '
succeed halself as President of the frOm, t
United Stites.-, Intense
On motion the Monroe Bulletin and North.
OUACIIITA TELEGRAPII were request- theNor
ed to publish these proceedings. tone of
There being no further business the deep v
meeting adjourned. portion
Tuos. MQGIUtE, Chairman. is neve
C. ii. TntousDALE, Secretary. all the
"The Charge of the Circuit Judges." bly or
Vivian, a fair, sprightly and talented value,
contributor to the Baton Rouge Truth, the 1U
'q ant an idle hour' with the legislators Thet
4l Baton Rouge the other day and this cotton
isa what bshe had to say touching the Ftuit
:numeroue candidates for the circuit ries to
Judgeships: is not
This struggle for the circuit judge- orange
t ships is a fit subject for an epic. It The
- reminded me of .'The Charge of the had
. Light Brigade," and begging pardon of good
e Tennyson, I kept repeating: farms
"Judges to the right of thema sappil
r Judges to the left of them, harve
Judgea behind thenm, adva
All the world wondered statd
it As onward they came
With deiath-like consistetcy, nish
Unerring persistency. who
Pushed forward the sanme to gi
Judges, six hundred."
. be et
Weekly Weather-Crop Bulleltn. Moo
NEW ORLEANS, May 19.-There has stree
as been a lack of rainfall throughout the In
ad State during the past week, yet as a lion
of rule, observers report crops in good now
Id condition. Local rains have fallen in farm
1il the northern part of the State during land
the past 24 hours, and it is very proba, suga
ug. ble that the central and southern por- and
sr- tions will be visited by generous rains tem
en to-day and to-morrow. The heaviest and
nd rains reported in the northern section A
are as follows:. Minden, .85 inches; Lou
l Natchitoches .77; Shreveport, 1.14. The tage
ase remaIoing stations from which reports sups
is were received, report leestbanoonefourth mot
ity of an Inch as the total for the week. botl
)lls The average temperature has been adv
Bi generally below the weekly average of are
former years in the northwestern por- ove
lo. tion of the State and about an average con
ana elsewhere. The nights have been cool- cerl
ate er than desirable for young cotton, but the
ad. no material damage is reported, wil
The percentage of sunashine is repor- Ste
e Is ted generally above the average week- pul
3 at ly percentage throughout the state. na
bst EXTRACTS RO1tOM OUSERVERYI REPORTS, ant
ver. Farmerville: Need rain badly to cot
benefit the oat crop. wt
luston: The low morning tempera- cot
So- tures of the past week have been de- 1
lace trimental to the growth of young cot- set
andton. Corn is doing well. ari
Monroe: Southerly winds and absence fot
lug. of rains for the past week has caused cit
time the ground to dry rapidly; not sufficient of
moisture to bring up late planting of co
cotton. Gardens suffering from same be
dge, Vicksburg, Miss.: Rain needed bad-.
n at ly in this section; none having fallen w
e of during the week. ILnw temperature th
I. A. on 13th and 14th. i
Liberty 11111: Cool nights are making as
cotton look bad; need rain. ol
Point Pleasant: In sections cotton is tt
s of suffering from lice; rain needed, follow- ti
latur-d by warm weather. h
Keachi: Too cool for cotton during
)rney the past week. n
t. It Trinity: Cool nights have retarded fI
growth of vegetation; rain needed. tl
Cotton anti corn well up to standard. a
Vidalia: Cool nighats and lack of rain I
have been detrimental to the growth
of cotton, it being lousy in sections.
8t. .Marksville: Crops look well; a little
ubln, aore rain needed.
Clinton: WeVather too cool for cotton,
" rish it is dying out badly andti lice reported
ocrat on it. Need rain badly.
at the I,'ranklinttlo: Farmenrs art' still colm
m olplainintg of tlhe droutit.
le l'ar- landeville: lverythilng Icoks well
antd lourishing; tfarners bay.
emble Gratnd Coteau: (Cropa lookling weiIt
t. tt96 inlch of rain duritg thte week.
f tite Ireaux Bridge: Reports front satr
eot- roundlug country all favorable.
New Ilberit; ('rop doing well; weath
hhair- Abbevil.: L'he expectations of diry,
Ir r. fair weather have been realized and
ried pltting lnterests highly favored there
tlyten ta3'. Trite coato nigltis andl wintis it is
feared has itsjured thle young cotton.
oe o. E. KI.;r,.
socrati Signal Crops DIirector.
I aton - -
The louisvlle t'ourier-Journtl iIs eta
loalug thusiastiae in its claitns. It 5Y B:
etwing t 'O the Ipolicy of the Presiadent we
lar- tshali carry three NewEngland States,
ar- six Vestern States. three l'Pactific ('oast
Usdale, States, and sweep New York by a liun
SJ. I ldret thliousand. No matter whom the
oos. A. Republicans put up, the re-election of
J. E:. ileveland is already asuitred by at
least two-thirds mtJj'rity in the elecl-o
rat college and a poaiultar msajority ex
tI. n-. ceedilg a tililltt of votes."
ooung, j Base halls and bats, all kinds and
T. N. pzteiC, at E. H. BILLS'.
' , I Att'y at
5N. O. City I1pui, 1 th.3,
The Item has a good deal to say in
this issue about thewgreat West, but it
never lets-any occasion pass without I
putting in a good word for home.
There is probably no State in the
Union,treIe a man cbn make a com
'fortable living as easily as he can in
Louisiana. Indeed, it is owing proba
bly as much to our fertile soil as to a
delightful climate that the people here
are not as enterprising and energetic
as tbod of NOW Eagltnd, who force
their harvests from the thin soil that is
mixed with Trocksanil' gigantic bould
erLouisiana has a so of inexhausti- CI
ble fertility. Theclimitte, mild in win
ter, is tempered in summer by breezes
frtm the Gulf, and never reaches the
Intense heit known in States farther
Nor is this State ever effected withi
the severe drouths common to other sec
tions of the country. With large and
deep water courses traversing every
portion of the State, artilicial Irrigation
is never resorted to, except in case of
rice. The clouds furnish in due season
all the water needed to makethe crops. B
While we cannot grow wheat profitan
bly or obtain as large a yield of corn as
the West does, our lands produce crops
that will exceed to the acre, in money
value, the production of any portion of
" the United States. c
a These values are to the acre : For
s cotton, $30; rice $40, and sugar $120.
e Fruit crops yield large amounts. It is
not uncommon for an acre of strawber- Sale
ries to give $500, while $500 to the acre
is not up to the average for a goot
e- orange orchard.
it There is an abunidance of land to be
Le had cheap and ou easy terms; and iLA
of good men without money can rent
farms and obtain advances of teams, lingds
supplies and money on the faith of a clearin
harvest that will certainly repay the tenelne
advances. As this might seem a broad rooga
statement The Item will be gl:id to fur- and gi
nish to inquirers the names of parties dwelli
who do now and are willing in future ll
to give favorable terms. Or we have lots.
no doubt that the information would coedit
be checafully given by ClI. George either
Moortuont, president of the Stale n mi- ork
gration Association, 150 Common A lI
ts street•. fow.
bhe In cotton planting the large planta- on
a a lion is a thing of the past and cotton is long
rod now grown almost together by small L
In farmers who either rent or own their PL
lug lands. There isalsoa disposition among bles
bag sugar planters to divide up their estates ty, fr
or- and grow cane on the small farm sys- ten
ins tem if the right sort of people will come heavi
lest and take hold of the farms. In ti
ion A bountiful providence has dowered and
hel Louisiana with every natural advan- and
the tage, and what is now lacking must be sessi
pris supplied by man. We need men and crops
irth money. There is every reason why 20(
both should come. In addition to the Mo
pen advantages already mentioned there Fine
e of are ample river and rail facilities all I
por- over the State. Our schools are in fair
rage condition, and here is a reasonable Al
tool- certainly that at the present session of land
but the Legislature the educational tax -
will be increased so as to make this
por- State second to none in the matter of
eek- public schools.
There are churches of every denomi
nation scattlered all over the State,
RrSJ and every pastor would gladly wel
to come additions to the congregation
which ministers to his spiritual en
pera- couragement and material support. M
de- Notwithstanding the declarations of -
cot- sectional politicians our communities
are as quiet and peaceable as are to be
sence found on any part of the globle. The
Lused citizen is absolutely free in politics and 4
cient of what ever party he is esteemed ac
ng of cording to his merits-yet sometimes,
same here as elsewhere, according to his
bad- Though possessed of vast mineral
fallen wealth, Louisiana lacks the keys to
aature the treasure house. These keys are cap
ital and labor. There are Immense for
iking ests that have never heard the sound
of the woodman's ax, and hundreds of
ton is thousands of acres of the most produc
tllow- tive lands on the face of the globe that
have never been furrowed by the plow.
luring To develop the resources of Louisia-a
na we need more men, men with their
ltrded families who will prove industrious, ri
eeded. thrifty and enterprising citizens, and ti
lard. such men will receive the hand of lel- et
if rain lowshlp and a lianty welcome. a,
s. tle 'e OMcial Vote of The State.
.otton, The Legislalure has finally countedt
ported the vote ot the State for (lovernor and
Lieutenant tlovernor, and otti'ially
Spromulgated it. The total uand the
eI )emocratic majority are both larger
than the unotlicial newspaper reports
made them. Nicholls received 137,257
wekl. votes, Warmoth 51,171, making Nich
k. oil's majority S5,786, and the total
n r vote lort Governor 1SS,728. Jeffries re
ceived 137,4(68, l1ero 51,214; Jeffries'
Smajority, 86,221: total vote for Lieulena
ant Jovernor, 18S,712.
f h dry, Tie largest Democratic vote was I
d tut t given by Caddo; then follow Rapidt,
L there- 'ensa, Concordia, tl ossier, St. Ilin
Sit is tdry, Mladison andl NatchiitWche. lil
colu, M1adison and Vernon cast no lIe
;Ipublican votes, and c3ienville,Canlerot
rector. ,DeSoto, East Ielician. Franklin, .lack
soon, Morehouse, (Olachlita, Red R~iver,
l is en- Ilichland, SIbin.e, 'union, West Carroll
: and Wiln less than t100 votes Ceach for
e t we W\arrmolth.-7; "e'iiltw'ne' 'o..
States, ... -
aun- For the ladies.
m tetion otl Ilime perfttulery, Inhio's Extrasct%
by at t'ugltte's Extralis, WVright'5 E.xtraets,
e electo=i Le.zell's Iulk IExtract s, Itnported Co
mnity ex- logne, lomuc-matle Colognc, Lily
Whitm', Toillet lm vtlerr, cli sorts. aine
'Oi relt Soaps" lhne Tooth lBrushes,
cdin and Combs, Hair BJrushe, C'loth Brtushes,
trLIS' |etc. AT C~4JLPFWO0p & CO's.
MONJRU Auvcrnr I -"
QB 'T LAYTON.
JNO. R. BTON. M. D.
Att'y at Law.
Stone & Layton,
REAL ESTATE AgENTS,
A N I)
Grazing Lands in North .Louisiana
BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION.
Y ill also lease property, collect rents, pay taxes and
conduct a general real estate business.
D No charge for property entrusted to us for
sale unless sale is effected.
We list the following choice Country and City propcrty:
PLANTATION ON BAYOU VIIAL,, IN
Madison Parish, 934 acres, :300 cleared
and in high state of cultivation, 400 acres
high cane land susceptible of easy and clioan -
clearing, fine cypress brake, pleiity of good
tenement houses, with brick chimneys,
large frame gilt house with brick engine
room and all the latest improved imachineryv
and gin stand, grist mill, seed carrier, Ac.:
dwelling of lour roomls, back and front
galieries; store room, kitchen and out
bnildings ; fine barns, tables, grass
lots. Ac. A first class plantation in line
condition and very cheap. Vill be sold
either with or without growing crop,
work stock, farming inmplimnents, Ac.
PLANTATION well improved and in a
high state of cultivation ; above ovei
flow. 'Ten miles below Monroo, frolltig
on Oucbita river, containing 333 acres, 90 in
cultivation, balance woodland : $1,000, on
l LANTATION 01 900 acres witlh dwell
ing. gin, line cabins and barnes, stla
bles and other imnprovements of best ,liali
Sty, fronting on east side of Ouachitn river
ten miles below Monroe (100 acres opeli and
in high state of cultivatlon. IBala ac
heavily timbered. One of the best farinms
in the valley, entirely above any water
and with line natural drainage. Price.
$18,000; $7,()00 cash and remainder in I,2
and 3 years with 3 per cent ilntoreal. I'o,
e sessionl given Jan. 1, 1SF', or will sell with
cro200 ACRES OF LAND KINOWN AS
Crin place, 6 miles north east of
e Monroe. 75 acres cleared antd tinder fenlce.
e Fine orchard. $750.
II 160 ACRES LAND NEAI, O1AL.OOSA
S Springs. $200.
le A PLANTATION, 150 acres, 2 miles froln
SMonlroo, 50 acres open, balance wood
i ..l... well iniuroved: O$1,500, on long time.
At0IA(.RES \'esT OF OUACATTA
i 60 river ..ljoi4in1g the Worloy plnce.
J A r;IE tracts of woodland at low tigures.
S0outh . :s , Ilayton's 1s :uadition, $2,000
s i 3,240
,uiu ,, 2,500
S'" , 'd00
l'rnacL' " E, 2L "
i lots in50 x "150 5
, i , " 50 x "150( 50O
1, 2,' 51-, " 50 x "150(0, (
S " 140, " 75 x "l150([: 1744
Flraet'l '" :. , , 1,044
On1 long tilmeo and1 easy paylments.
ASTORE AND LOT opposite Court hlouse
on (:ran:d street. Lot 102 feet front
back to rivwr; store 20x3h(, full glass front t.
sto'o roolll to ro;ar 12x12 ftlle cistern, frui;
trees, Ilowers, &c., The business also blr
sale. Store and lot $8001. A bargin.
1 SHIARES, paid up, in Monroe ('onl
'press, iat pItr.
HOUSE AND LOT CORNER W ASII
igtoll and North Fifth 8Sreots. A
very desirable 1rosilelac, four roollls wilt
goodtl kitcheln and1(1 out-buildings on ltc.
150x291 ltet. Fino shade trees, n llllbher
of fruit trees ill full bearing, malny5h rare
iand 1elautiuit1 roeSOe4s4(1 r;d orna-ntl l 1ia1nt1s,
shrubs and good vegetable garden.
LOT2jx15 1FEET WITH IBRICK STOIIRE
2(ix00 feet No. 3:1 DeSiard Stroeet. Ono
of the best. business 'stands ill tlhe city,
$2,500 long time and easy payments.
iTAN'I'oEI TO BUY 10 SHARES IN 'rTIe
V loniroeo 1ltildi g 14 nd oa4Inl Asso4it
I- Plo(1 of our .Lot4 :1an t10 be : aOts at our
STONE & LAYTON,
Refer by permiss*ion to OUACOITA NATIONAL BANK.
WEST MONRO .UV~r~.---- -
BXBLSIO SAW ANDl PLANING MILLS.
F. VOLLMAN, Proprietor.
POSI' OFFIC(:E: - - -r- `mESTi MON;OF. -A.
-.MANU.I' A('TtTIEI'; AND ºltl:,LEl IN-
ROU(II, ])RESSED AxI)ND MATCHIED
Pine and Cypress Lumber,
HEART AND SAP SHINGLES,
BDOORS, SASIS, BLjTITDS, ETO.
Tho tilling of orders and answýeli ng loetters of ilportance pIromptly anid fithfully
attended to. A liberl slhare of the pblitic patro tigO solicitel.
'Tlhose tills, of but recenlt const.rntion, lr i . -re siiitlt l i,, • tilhoest bal-k of Oneiln itti
river, itntmnlledtltoly above the Monroe il 'ils. I have a riilro track conne g
-.thoi with tioe X., t. &,la Y.H. antd have a: sae:ai d ctmiveiieiit slsIt lntl lanlding, IcilLitiOs
enloyil by no other wIill heareabot ls. ac" nd bv which I tint oitbliled to olfer such iidnee
SntsItts to patrous residing along the railr d s will . O t tA .
advantage to deal with moe.
A. J. KILLER, Agent, Monroe, La.
WVEST lMONROE. LA..
.r 1)1l\'I' I S ISN-
llY OODS. , LOTBING. HAIDWARE. GtROC IIES,
WesteilU l'rit'oduce, (ooking Stoves :lud
t IAgent. for la: id lIratt ('toton l int , I ei' ;Ill",' t'trn sto r- tr, and .1:t.iI "
1- : ilrauti's \ gous.
MONROE OIL, MP A-,
'1, O ,ROE, I~.A
"IL. D. McLAIN, . " - President
%Vill pay cash for cotton sc e'tl, at hihct il:lrk' ri'ts: or
exhluige cotll n t seed 111t l tI lr 'i' cl.
S Meal delivered oil inatt 1" or il' :at Ne\. ();'ett:itl. 1,ictes.
; PREPARE FOR WAR'
ime Oni Flies. liosquitos, Onlints tin :li other I I I.. . , n 1a i t ; d
..ii dowa iled up w I te 'ale iil iit V , teen Ii.t . I sI , I t 1i han. i li ndt iii
t lirlnlv lii togeLther. ild tiilylii" h ill ii i , \\ :la w u... ii iII t. , lt.l.. r ,raiIeS
,' ill be put up complete at relaaonallble p'ice, l ir- l..r... aII .
IOrders by mail will receive prompt attention.