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,pfoIQ. LA.,, JNE 23, 1888.
es of Various Animals Indi
sie Saws on the Weather.
Sats ýi" 'their tails up and hair
apparently' electrified Indicate ap
Ife lfoe t1gtlies and grunt loudly
thiere will be uch wind. Pigs can
see thp wind.,
Hudteres ky that the direction in
which the loon files in the morning
will be the direetion of the wind next
Magpies flying three or four togeth
er and uttering harsh .eries predict
A tpd mclouds are very likely
to Iwt ~b? a gale of wind.
eii ' 1 equnaocttal gales are
trbnger than the autumnal.
If it blows in the day it generally
hashes toward evening.
q14 U l#l white clouds are seen to col
lect ether,' their edges appearing
rough, expect wind.
A light yellow sky at sunset presages
If the full moon shall rise red expect
A-very red sky in the east at sunset
indicates stormy winds.
Heavy, white, tolling clouds in front
of heatbhre denote high wind.
The sharper the blast,
The sooner'tis past.
A gale moderating at sunset will in
crease before midnight, but if it moder.
ates after midnight the weather will
Wind storms usually subside about
sunset, but If they do not thq storm
will probably continue during the fol
hen the glass is low,
Lok outfotr a blow.
Fast rise after a low (barometer),
Preoedes a stormy blow.
Always a calm before a storm.
No weather is ill
If the wind be still.
Every wind has its weather.
Wind in the west, weather at best:
Wind Inathe east, neither good. for man or
N: i e. Who Get hide Tracked.
Perhaps the most numerous class of
men who get side tracked are those who
start in life In an occupation for which
they have no natural aptitude. There
are thousands of farmer boys who never
should remain on the farm-the loud
ptotestations of the agricultural press
to the contrary notwithstanding. There
are doubtless men who make a life
business of stirring the soil when they
ought to be stirring the senate; and,
on the contrary, perhaps there are men
who are trying to stir the senate who
ought to be stirring the soil.
Good business men are frequently
spoiled to snake poor preachers; and
there are many large and heavy lawyers
who would make Ideal blacksmiths;
and there are some slender and unsuc
cesful blacksmiths with the keen logi
cal brain and the shrewd mrasterful
mind of the lawyer. Such men are side
tracked for life unless there is some great
event crosses their track, such as crossed
the track of Grant the teamster, or
Cromwell the c6untry squire. But no
doubt there are many Grants who al
ways team, and many Crom wells who
never leave the farm. There are many
men who stdrt out In life, like hunters,
on the wrong trail. They never bring
down their game because their game
has gone in another direction. They
are like fishermen who bob for cod in a
trout brook, or start a whaling, on an
Toere. are some men who are side
tratcked for life at their very birth.
They are born into a mesh of circum
stances from which there is no extrica.
tion. Of course it is easy enough to say
that a man, like water, will always find
his level; but it's hard for water to
riste ltmb with its fountain head when
confined In an underground pipe. It
would have been d!fferent for Shak.
spore to assert his claim to immortality
if he had been born it Patagonia and
we would never have heard of Plato if
he had first seen the light in Scythia.
To say nothing of the hereditary Influ
ences that mold the unborn man, the
environment of the young human's In
fancy usually shapes and directs his
destiny so Irrevocably that only men of
theatrongest will and the toughest
meetal and physical fibre can ever
counteract the impetus that is given
them in childbood.- Ylankee Ilade.
Brown's Iron Bitters.
Swlft's Specific, 8. S. S.
Armistead's Ague Tonic.
Acid Iron Earthb.
Blood Balm, B. B. B.
Owen's Bore Wash.
Slamon's Liver Medicine.
Blimmon's Liver Regulator.
AT CALDERWVOOD & C's.
No oiddloes, -Headache, Buazing in
ears or Deafoess produced by using
Olintham' Ohill Tonic. Money refun
ded if it falls to cure. Sold by all
A larre stock of Patent and I'roprlo
tory Medlnae sat BAILIE & BREWER S.
The Read Law.
ORDINANCE No, 575.
Amending and re-enacting Ordi
nance No. 404, adopted June 7th, 1880,
relative to the appointment of road
inspectors and road hands, and provid
ing penalties for the non-performance
of their duties.
Section 1. Be it ordained by the Police
Jury of the parish of Ouachita, That all
ablebodiod male persons between the ages
of fifteen and fifty years shall be liable to
work on the public roads, and are hereby
appointed road hands; except public ferry
men, postmasters, persons actually resid
ing in any incorporated town or city, meum
bers of the Police Jury, and physicians who
have graduated in a legal medical college
and have; a diploma fromt the same, asnd
who have paid their State and parish licen
ses for the current year; provided, it shall
be the duty of the various road overseers
to demand from each and every physician
residing in their road districts, claiming
exemption from road duty, the prodnte:iou
of their diplomas and State and parish li
censes for the current year, and in case of
failure or refusal of any physician toaccede
to such demand he shall be subject to duty
as a road hand,
Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, &c,, That
the parish shall be divided into road dis
triets, each district to be described, nun,
bered and under the charge of a road over
seer, to be appointed for the next Onsuing
twelve months, at the regular session of
the Police Jury in Juneof eachyear; at the
same session road hands shall be appoint -
ad to work the roads within their several
districts under the supervision of the road
Sec. 3. The Police Jury shall at its regu
lar meooting in June of each year appoint
two persons in each ward as Road Inspoc
tors, whose duty it shall be to personally
inspect the roads in their respective wards,
and make a written report to the District
Attorney on or before each jury ternsm of the
District Court of Ouachita parish, La., stat
ing the exact condition of the foads in their
respective wards, giving the names of the
overseers who have tailed to work tile
roads and keep them in good condition, and
whoever acting as inspector shall fail to
perform his duty shall be liable to indict
ment by the grandjury, or by information
filed by the District Attorney, and on cotn
viction shall be subject to a lino of not less
than ten dollars nor more than twenty-live
dollars, and Imprisonment In the parish
jail at the discretion of the court. The
fines bollected from said convicted road
inspectors shall be paid into the parish
treasury. The fact of the report not being
made shall be pr ma facle evidence that the
said inspectors have not performed their
duties. They, the said inspectors, shall
be exempt from road duty as overseers or
road hands for the term they are appointed
to serve as inspectors. It shall be tile duty
of the said road inspectors, on or before the
lstday ofJune next after their appoint
ment, to carefully apportion the road hands
to thedifferent sections of road in their res
pective wards; and shall recomnmendto the
Police Jury asuitable person on each sec-I
tion of road for overseer, and transmit a
copy of same to the Clerk of Police Jury.
lec 4. 4. Be if further ordained, &c., That
it shall be the duty of the Clerk of the
Police Jury within 20 days from the ap
pointment of road overseers and inspec
tors, to makoa copy of each overseer's and
!nspector's appointment, showing the dis
trict to which he is appointed, anid the
hands subject to the orders of the overseer;
which shall be the comniaision of the over
seer and inspector, said commission to be
served as provided in the rollowingsection.
See. 5. lie it further ordained, eo., That
it shall be the duty ot thile Clerk of the
Police Jury to deliver to the mIembers of
the Police Jury the conunllssions of the
road overseers and inspectors residing in
their respective wards, and it shall be the
duty of the said zlembzers of the Police
Jury to serve said counulissiona on said
road overseers and inispectors ; and for
such service the said nmemubers shall be
paid the suin of throo dollars each and no
Sec. , lie it furtl.her ordalined, .c., That:
should a vacancy occur Lby the detath of any
road overseer or inspector, or fro'n any
other cause, tlhe utonlbor of the Police Jury
in whose ward the vacalncy occurs, shall re
corlunnieit and tile Presidenlt of the Police
Jury shall appoint another overseer or in
spoetor whose conlnissiotn shall be utllde
out and served as heroinl before provided,
Sec. 7. BeDo it further ordained, &c., Th'lat
itll road overseers shall oel or before th e1st
day of May of eachl year next afterlo their ap
pointtnenLt make it returnl with a list of all
road hlands in their respertive sectulions of
road, stating the nullrlllreif ilays worked by
each hand, together wltith then ins of t ose
who failed to work, to the roatl inspectors
oftheir respective wards.
Sec. 8. Be it further ordainled e-c.. Thate
road overseers shallL have the roads in their
district worked at least twice ill each year;
provided, nieo more than twelve days' work
shall be required of any road hlanil durilng
one year. At least onlle day before the day
appointed to begisn working of the roads,
the overseer or it road hand appointed zby
hlin, whotmt he mlay cxelIlit froti road dutty
for one day foir achl warning olhanllds,shall
notify the iands sablect to hi's orders wiihen
and whlere to asscmtble; it shall biesuiicicet
for the overseer or iii' legal lproxy to give
verbal notilication ofi th lei day appointed, in
person to eoach road haIl, or il I loe ibslltee
of a road hlald by leaving a wtrittenl not ili
cation of the titlim at tllse isitil tlace of re.i
doeic of the oltld lii:id-at thllose ral i ilntl
the ovorsrer shall notilfy- llch hand what
tools he shall bring with bite. WVlhen
wagons, tetnis, plows or scrapersL are ord
ered to be brought to assist in working
roads, the overseer shall, alit hli reqil'st il
any person furnishing thlme sae. reli-ve hlinil
frotl duty as follows: For eaich daly's sar
vice of a one-hor'se plos or scraper anl
teami, two days' relief ; two, hlorso or ox
scraper anid team,, three days' relief: two
horse or four-ox wagonl nd tetilt ltour days'
Soc. li. That any road hand who llLter he
ing sulnmtuonted slall fitil to work, flitlh
fully for at least eight houars oeacllh daiy hall
not be considered ls havi,'ings ollo : ii dly*
work, and salls be ulltbjectL to ll the liles
alnd penalties as thoullh lie led bees in de
fault Ie cntiri day, Ththat foLr overy failure
or neglect to pierlortuii :he dities rqnuiilr'd
of hizi bylaw, caCtlch road hand shall ble tili ed
and pszy the sum of two dolllars per day, to
be recovereil yjgieit yj beotro aniy .lus
tice of the Peace of tihe l'arish, sul pIaidh by
said Justice to the t'tirish 'Trcasuror, altd ill
defatult of refsat t)o pay such tilne, sulth
person shall be conitied itn lpirist lrism
until such ltno is paid; provided, he sihall
not rmsnain in prison tinire tiotmi ltive ilys.
See. 1l. le it further orldaincd,. At'., l'hIat
for every faiilure or ineglect to pIlirltlnll tie
duties ilquired of hitu by law, Ieach ro:ad
overseer shall be tiled inot exceediltg nllu
hundred dollars, or iluprisoned lin tlhe
parish jail not excedilng thirty dlas. ior
both, at the discreliol of ithe ctourlt n : ld it
shall be the duty of the District Attorlney
to proseculte every ott'elding rollml ov'l
Seer under indlettmeut by she strand J ti myi'mt
by inforulation dilly isreferred.
Sec. II. Io it fulrther orltained. .t.., 'lthat
all overseers of roads shall catse to bl Iout
up at the forks of all publio rodsis oi Itheir
respective sectiolno of roads, sitgl ioards
poititng thie way of eachi ansd ee\'ry pitbli'
road, with the distanllce to the mllOst 'rilnci
pal towns wiithitt the llparish, \ithll thle itIiii
bar of tuiles as nser as catn bhe lmpulted to
said towns a and calus to obeo st ijp mnile
boards at the ild of each milel, sIlowiiig tlhi'
distance to said townm, Ud tio keoep sa:id
ilue and higurobotard- is retair. T'hi over
seer shall hle t lhe right to comlulnt51 pier
sonal sbolr of olin pi'rso uor i'lltl lttg ilp
Sec,1. Ie it tithtier ordaioi'it, Ae.' That
all lawsor parts ii ts olth' 1'pal-li in
conflict wit, tthiis orsiinant ii Ic aztst the
liauste are ltrteby repiea;li, ltid hI ht this
ordinantco take cltis't tii' isi Sniil aftt tr its
adopltion. Adopted Jluls , I.,
UltIAII MI tt.s l', l'rs ihli'. r i,
JOUN E. 1IANNA, Cl'hrk 1P. J.
AdWice to Everybody
who has a diseased Liver is to at once take propeC
means to cure it. The function tho Llrer is de
sined to prform, and on the regular execution
ofwhich diepnds not only the general helth of the
bodyR but the powers of thoe tomaSch, Bowels,
3raio nod the while nervous system, shows il
vast and vital importlince to human health.
lhouola run the risk for a sinlegl day of neglecting
this important organ, but should promptly get a box
of Dr. C. eLanoe's Oelebrated Liver Pills.
moade by IF LEMIU'G BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa., and
use according to directons they will curo yoen
promptly andpermanently. Around each box isa
wrapper gring full description of the symptoms of
Sdiseasod Liver. They cans be had of druggists.
*iBewaro of Co-umsarrss made in St. Louis.
FLEMING BROS, Pittsburgh, Pa,
IVORY POLISH FOR° TH
PERFUMES THE BREATH. ASK FOR IT.
ACT O1 INCORPOlIATION
l'tilE MONROE, COLUMBIA ANDI) OUA
('ItI[TA ([TY TELEPHONEI AND
T'JELEl ItAPII COMPANY.
'STATE OF LOUSISIANA, PARITtI OF
JE 1T KNOWN AND REMEMBIERED
l'lThat we the unlerFignei d parties. John
1'. Parker, F. 1'. ntubbs, hignuind Meyer,
A. B. Sholrs, It. J. Nelson, G. A. illger
and F. G. IIldson, residents of said parish
and citizens of said State, availing our
solves of theI privilOges of tihe coustitution
and statues of the Stato of Louisiantle, rela
tive tothe organiza:tion of corporations for
works of public inlprovement, have formled
ourselves into a corporation and do hereby
and by those presents torlt, organize and
constitute ourselves, land all such other
porsions as ay IherCeafter tbecone associated
with us, into a body corporate or corpora
tlon and to that end and for that purpose
do covenanlt antd igreo to be governed by
the following stipulstions, obligatides anti
regulations as articles of' incorporation,
which are to be the cliarter of saitl corpora
The ltailne iand title of trtis corporation
shall be "'Tllhe Monroeo, Colullbia and Out
chita City Telephone and Telegraph Colil
pany;" and that by said namte said corporn
tionl shall have and enioy succession andil
corlporate existence for and during tile fulll
terml of ninety-nine years front tile date of
this act tnless sooner dissolved. It may"
suie and he sued; mlay hold teat antd perso
inal estate; maIy mllake contracts; mlay re
ceive granlts of land, porsonal lproperty,
privileges and ilnutnuuities and generally
shall possess all tile power andprivileges
whiclh such corporations are or int:y be at1
thorized to 1:asses utnder the constitution
or by any general law of this State.
The plalce chosen for tile domicile of this
corporation is tIhe city of Monlroe, pIat lish of
Ounachita, State of Lonisiana.
The purposes for which said c:olporation
hlas beeI ortganized are as follows:
Section 1-T'o locate, construct, leaso, ows
and ulanago a telephone and telegraph line
togetheor with all ilecessary properties, in
strumnents and fixtures for the ,smnage
inent, use and operatioln of said line ulpon a
course or routo as may ibe deemned by tihe
board of directors of said corporatnion tost
advisable and expedlient, beginning, how
over, at tiho city of Montroe, it the parish
of Outchita, Louisiana, atnd rtunning thence
throughl such parts of the parisheos of Ona
culita aindl Calwoll in ai southerly directiou
as Iliay be selected, to te town of COlUlt
bin. Tholleoe frolll the saidl city of Monroe
in a nortlheorly dlirection through such por
tions of the parishlles of Onachita, Union and
Moreilonuse an Inlly bo dotorlnined uponl to
tihe town of 1ialtlibulrg, ill the cotll3y of
Asihloy Imnid MHat0 of Arkansas.
Sec. 2--To locate, coltstruct, lease, own
oporato, inaititain tad use sttchi branch tel
ol)hono and tolographl lilnes is ti ntajority' of
tll directors of sitd comnpaity Iilty f'ront
tiimio to tilllto dcenlt piroper, expedienLt atnd
for tile ittercatt oif sail cclllpti ny. aidit
ci:o!i'pany stntll not )oe .ittricteld i the eox
crcise of thoese privileges of to or ontcern
ilg ehiter of stud bittanch lines to the State
of I OLiisllian bilt sl5ay (onlinc(te its maitl line
with atu othtr linci or lines ia such other
States a s hallailtthiorizo tlhei exorise of staitid
priv'ilooe wittiihin ti' ltilts; tult saaiti coin
:pan' shall have thle right to tucqiiroe by cx
tro'priltioin tslchl propterty as it nmay requlire
for its puit rposi's; aai toii( rtco'ivo sluch tolls
tnd tillarges am, maity lfuoti t ite to tiule be
lixeld Li" the dirm'clors orfaill ¢coitpatny.
Not'. :1-l'o iibtaitn it d rtutu vo l iy plur
ichase, granl!, gilt, dy iso nlud lIequoest botllh
iai 'llitt pcanal joreporty : to llttVe atimd to
hold smc reo:l aitl peorsotal lroiorty ftr
tie ot'lb ctl , , i lpurpos(', tintc t 11i., Ittl i Lsilness
l'ot d m i 'iti 'ipi llt.y,
N ehet', 1I- T o to n s erl ltt a n dtl Ltu nin inlill it .S a id I
line itllr- llt t p'art iof ilie ll at ic nd Ill hllave
tl tIighlt hI wtty lii ret'fe it'isa, alongl or
upLuli llllV water.sW, waer i oulllc.su,1 lakeI, tiay,i
illlelt, .Itreet- hig ltiwty, lirlillike or a.altll
which its it ilitin tit ia.-s alongl, ilter-i
sc't, tout'h iir 'ross.
ti'..'--'tto borrow tnniie', to liurirease ort
lease tit'prlotll oil i t is ii i credits lflo ti et
plurlpoient tosllh tructil i lln :tl n ld ini llltaingantlll al|
teblphilhtt ainut telegrailh line ait d iiranches
oi ,- ttilt lisiliug tuttl t it itoullls or iint ig
li l tli ii i ii I tiLor lhf tr proviided.
Alil.tI('I)hE IV. .
All o:t 1 ItrovI.-cs .hall tie slrvcil U lpei
tlh os-dctil, tir iin liii tieb.itnit, i Utpont the
stq retlar'y, tr ulsur'tr or' generll~" :lltornel ofi
tttaiit'ioirpolttl til I l.
uh'e ttc i h 'itittl t. i it" titis:.x
Tha o1111 lit thapal istoiik of is hi.i (lt -
piraitlt htitlsha it eh Sit' ui of (-ci i Ii' Intet ix I
thlou.andt d|lllilrs, st.l.isiting oft (100)t welve
htalthdr,,I ,ilh ', wa t of l (6 10 0) lifty dIollarl' eachi
A lIt'tLE VI.
itt-l i' i"tock of thiu cortlori tiot' l hall :tt i
sipt tht It si tut ilik .ii lt i'mte i.tle I tot-hi
itittliti -hllV I tt ilt',- i ti tt-i, l it . lVi't,. it 'c i'ticritt ii
wmllrai- t l un lrOl t ii lv sevitit' tandtofv
ii" io ltt bor t o e.
lIsoil n of lit sl' i'tilulrso lth I at' ciu tih tot
otittl'i i tiletic-i t p li htlr Otilin't l toir tititor itt
in tet- saltttir ti' ed ou v the I diirictilrlo, Ih1
shares o. f l" ticK so) ,llsubslribed~t ft er llllsutchI
-ubwri.t'ti~ ionl ui :l all paylm'l ntllt" made1 ther1"c
unde~lr }halli lbe hlo itil'tid |o thtl t.oiilany
w\ithoutl anyI furlther il.)t-on Onl thi pairt of'l
thet ~ompnyl:l'v: but all hsahtliiy at sa:id suh-!
taiil or iti .nhl 'ollipi;. y" by% rea;lto1 of| sllt hit
It it u 0 re, Iptothlup. keh hr
tbe bht h lisllhi or resplonllthl tor tho 'on
triacts. f I'lthlor chid a.tim i)11 of atit| comupany
illits 3 an 'tirt htr esltii t hill 111o npi d h lIai~ntick
to I~lthe ompanyll on hllaret. ownedol h) himl or1
The t.rlpoiate, ip \w-r,1. o til his C.omlpIli
• haill be ve'ted.o il :a lhoart el" direirl.. sl. canlt
tpo.d of ti\' sl~tockhohler. to be elhectctd ii1
nuail-llll filte tir.l Miolndhi inl Dl.enmbter oft
;;tch yea;r. tail inl ,'ult'h ofher lllltars anld
elql'tlon ab|otv( refer1'ot [to docN n,)t tIke
ipace~ Usil e-t, lingi lboard of direc'to1" ,haill
coninue 11~ to exertci. the1 fun1.!io1n, e of aice
utiil~ alwilr nut't',. ol' are't hl:lly t'lemetdt
mull qutalitiedl. I ponl 11t h e a d0lt, r'e'ignlation
:,1" t he1|l dtis:htlit \" ofl any1 u" ivh r or <tirec(.or
the r'temalin~inedtir'otlor. h ll haivt ipow\.r Ito
till tihe va';nie.slt cau tsed~t thellrchv. Tlhodi.
1eCtor- ,imill eloet on of telloir lmet inhetr to be
Pre,identl andh Inl lel 1t fronii themsel.'ve
or ;Ippoinlt I-lron otiors outs.de of t" he di
the board of directors so desire, tho secro
Lary and treasurer may be combined in one
ieorson. Said directors shall have lpower to
make and prescribe such by-laws, rules
and regulations for the government of the
conmspany as they may deem advisable and
shall have power to alter, amend or revoke
the same froml time t t timue as they shall
see ltit. An election for directors shall Ie
by ballot and every stockholder shall bo
ontitled t6 one vote in person or by written
proxy for each share of stock owned by"
Thim. hree directors shall constiltute a'
quorutti for the tlrasaction of busilness.
This charter may be mllodilied, altered or
amsiended or this corporation itselfdissolvesl
at a general meeting of the stockiohtilers
conlvened lor that purpllose with consen:t ili
three-fourths of the stock of tlheo comllnss
and upon a vote of two-thirds of the stock I
company represented at such iestil g; anI
in event of such dissolution, the liqunidation
shall be conducted by three comnmiss.ioners
elected by ballot at such meeting ; at the
termisnation of this charter the liqitldation i
shall be conducted by a simlilar board of
comlmisasonlers tohLeo ill thIe saml way elect
ed at a general meetisg of the stock holders
convened tir that ]pulrpose.
'The first board or directors of t~l corpo
ration shall be conmposed ofl M'. stes E]lder,
H. Il. Blanks, G;. A. Niniucr, F. (i. Illsi1sku
and John P. Parker. In testlitony" whereof
we the said parties ies esullto sign or nllllle
in the presence of 11. It. I ru-sell ianl Jos. F'.
MeCllilre, w\itnesses of lawl's age anid doin
icil, whi together with s.tid )parties signu
their nallusll hereto botfore Austin sir'een,
Clerk of 5th Judicial District Court anus
Ex-ollicio Not iry Plubihl, within s:alh fir
said parishl. Erasures and interlilnel titlns
nadate Ictihire signinlg.
h. G(I. tlt'DP-ON,
OlT. J.1. NEISO(N,
A. It. StHtLARL,
li-ANK 1'. St'l'tILi,
A(Ltest: (. A. SINGEI.
It. If. It sismIt.,
Jos. F. N5iclutise.
Clerk 5thl District (ctullr aOlti Ex-oslicio No
NOTICE TO TA- -I'AYERs.
SIIHE LISTING OF PRIOPEIt' IY BllINc;
cnolmplete, the pubilic are Ill'reby hotti
lied that the said lists will be exosacd in
my ollice for inspection and eorriectiou for
20 Slays front thie 10th inst.
If. V. MclEN IRY, Ascessor.
Monroe. June i. 1S83.
JOHIN I. S'TONE, Wa. u- litli113
Monre, L. Tllt altl~a
Slone &r ,Iarp1my,
A'IT¶'OIRNE' YS AT' LAW.
Will pIractic ii' tlhe Fcderal andl Slate
Offices: Mniorno anii 'ralllnali Li.
O . J. S. I1A7'2s1:1
U. J. d" J. N. llolrtner,
A 'ITOIRN EYS AND COUNSELORSI AT
Law, Monroo, La., -ill Jcr:iat.iii in all
the I'arislioe of Northi Louisiana, in !the
Supremne Court at rlonroo, the Fecdeiral
Courts, and in the land Oflico DopartmIent
of the enuoral (Gnvornm,,ent.
O1c ce fronting inortlhcast c~orner o1 public
eillnare. Juily l7, 1Sl.--'iy
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ATTORNEYS .I" COUNSELOtRs AT .AW,
~Till practice in the courts oii theL Fillt
I)iatrict, S ii preulo Couilrt, and If'oli r~d
Joitrts. Wilt take claimas tr c*ollcctic: n in
all Ii o par'islics of North Loii~itin:c, With
privilege of Iliillliigiilg ri;11110 in onuceel inn
wilh resident atllriova.
O111ce in S'rilitn's 'lcrLrcxNO, (1n Woodi
tlreot. .Tuly 17, 18ki.-lv
Mr J. MAii5ENOtiI11. I1. It. 30110 >N.
iYIIsrezgiI A JIohnlrstonl,
O)llicto uplslalnit, Pernllnrltad.'s huili2lilr·- ·
T. ('. lauitoun,
PIYSICIAN AND St'ItiltiY.
O thoe at ('alderwooI A ('ft.'s dingn cii.r..
()llieiijciiicru fromn II A. it. It, 1 . i''iini
Iron c 2 t'. a. to 5 P. 3t.
Wý. %. A. Moore, ----
PIIlYSI('IAN AND Sl'lt(lEON
iii iNil LOtYr~itNA.
Olicoe at tir. A. 11. Shlctcl".-,' fling Stoiie.
J. W. WOODLAND,
hI T I ~- -
En L INSURANCE I1*wEN
1tepteseiit ino Ithe foI1owvi ; coitn pi .iF'
Liverpsool h Lonldonoil ( (lolo,,
PhIe'nix of Ilrookllyn,
North BxIritis1x R. Jcr'hax? o,
Mecchnnie ,\ 't'rader,,,.
London & iL:meiiichire.
`otishi ['pioi Vn
lion I isi+7.
Mrs. Kate Morris, Proprietress,
MYO~iO RI' I .t.
I::IIb) i) A-D1oli oIN''l ' 1'Ei %lmi 'NII11.
FARE,: '1'II 1BEST 'lrxo lx'o O.\I( E'1.
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(IAN I\( AN1) I:' ýI'I III (:
RII N'S 'A''IN.
( lxxtii~ don l t-x Now Xxxv S till r i' I'
Pxjxi'xe at t1l l owxx I i i m. it:xxx
Carpenter and Builder.
MON ItOl;. IA..
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trt W IEb atjster. I
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freight ~ ~ P~ orIt~a: plyI I : tY
Iro eas' \ tisvoa Juste: es-v Iiro'-r
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MILTLSAPS & SHOLAIIS, ('. Ii. TROLUSDALE,
Attorneys at l.aw. Editor Telegraph.
Norl Louisiana H Esli Agency,
- AG-I' TTS FOR1 T E -
Pi rchase, -:- ale,: Lease -:- or -Exchange
LANDS, - PLANTATIONS, - DWELLINGS,
l'ersl ltl n i tonli t n 1 il I ' , ;I-.. nt ,od propoerty and payment of taxeO
on i le : , icor esidont. llr :. ,..r
1lstieNa b r-kilr th L:ltt . - riean; s n:l Tashingon City attlndod to.
A ppli:ations for thAe entry m hIni s.i l,'.,t of public lands will receive special attentio in.
Ownerts shoulil set the Iprico at which lthelv will sell, giving full dsc.riptions. ll lnlas
will be furnished to ownerl s and Ir·! r iwhel; i deslr'd.
Pr'operty entered on the Lst will be cosidlerd on s:lo t i e 0 price stated lllil nti
thatioll : t of .'ithd'itawal is received.
We :,re n o":,'w oiltri i:t ut .) llowing vtduabile arm .nl -, de :,ble band:; :
40AC0 .n.exe: tl" o l .i .Il.:`tui!.o. 1 iIs rO f ACI... .ust to sui, a Colony.
tJ southll f ii lllumr. - tO iC , ehsa:-ed. eU i . G( oo t land. good \:uit,', good
hith.!,hi ldid .sock ra. -tc o, i iles ri o i
1 00 'c(~A ' s . n ,st :,t - r tm i n i . ,l to Nor th ..n A.. . A low price ai . t long linmeo.
1 ll huiS':t-l:2. Stl't":it" r UrlZ,r. and T W O 1110q AI" 1 .01"1 : '-_ ,m ils . ... of
Sn hs s lt, t'. tlnd in each lot!.
0 AHIES ...; ,ilebooT,'r',nton oil 20 ACRES at ,mtion. HoIse . 3 miles
iU le At nusis roz . 1 0 firom 1. l llolnoe. :'5 tnres open. No
2 0 0 0 A C E`t; l . ..n ir other iLanp in - ........tS.
A fewr desirable. and
1000 II:1 U m .... , eligibje City lots.
,Vo uldertake to Isenlute 1 'W h l" ir e ti l'ran itli Iup n t *he m1,st liberal tlltllS.
''To I.ersnll s lha\iing proptl' rtll y Ior :taloi .1 l• :il Ill ist, l'l'ute y l('oe liutllI of aidv.rtiso
«Vo will soon be in crrtre "l,,l,!li'. 'iLj ]I:tLi d "rof pto)il1O ii t tihe r1 :1t NortJihtwest
who wantl to collme Sout(lh.
Ad\vertise: your l'opI tyif if o l ivl t t, sell it.
tio d in ro1r :1pliti tiolns it toii want to lhiy p )perty.
Our serviees ( il(:a thin; unk, Illt S litin1.
Address NORTH La. REAL ESTATE AGENCY,
lnoclk ox :-. . t ý1OlN1OE, LA.
-li PROMPT, NEAT AND CHEAP
OUACHITA TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
E-rVA IBr 1865!--1
The Oldest alll tie Best!-!
- Tl ae Neatest and the Chea pes t!
E1uHE DACHTITA 1TELEgRAPH,
-- PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.--
O1 NE YEAR EIUI I
W ithin i the r'each of all, aiid l~eiu, a reliable Pc iiiocra't i'iv*ourl
iell1, illI((.iilrj~OIUll iie1V 0t)p0tlcd to Ii,; I'olil jes, evluoted
to tI he best Ii eres: (11' 'ict r(cIIiiIiv a 1 11 :I l a Iloi(lpu, 'xliciteWs
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Tim, TIELGJ7:Al'iI 1iris the la:,.2ct c'ii('ul:lti O i3 iiite Oniacliitui
VXalley" and. - LC, ' Ill..'or, ieiQO'.i alf)IV 1 I e best a:idvelr
'fni~ii.; lIili(Z1l1l1 ill t ills Section1.
FOR uL Wundue 1,50
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An Un~paralled Offer!
from oer lfts ( or t \" ii' ru [' , \ . t n -Ni. i. u.
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