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iLA., AUGUST 11, ss88.
d1j 7 T by the Br
A T second da
iow Nature stta with folded hands, Cumberla
As resting friqm the busy year. She has b;
' lhle o'er the wide and teeming lands ch ab
S enteim pl*WU the goodly cheer
gvem energiz, ngpowers trstion.
u and still, and drowsy hours The ho
ao oitelesly their. jocund moods Bedford I
d-olgB ornego : in deep woods
f,b a'slumbroussilene broods Sons, of
1r _...n+aevioe by beetle's drone broken u]
Aid rfed bees' dull monotone, farm.
Or 'ow rustles as they make
SAw for the gliding snake.
JOWS seek shadows cool, No !calag
themselves like giants prone
y the edges of the poo-
the waters, sand knee deep, No. 21.
I~ 7,isemi-oousoustous sleep. ton of
3ii, i no more, bt on the hill of pout
Tb. Leawrr taint of whip-poer-will,
ofther woful tale, weight
4 eLt irll late afterhber time. peoalt;
Whil at slow intervals-the chime Sectior
Ibel n the distant vale
liy~etiMP ear like tuneful rhyme, oral Ass(
L ea, till tn idle dreams, ana, Tit
We "t the real- in the thought or purchasE
tiat which seems.
iZUa COC , i the Asmerican Magazine duct twe
for .Sug.5 pounds,
' he Next Coegressional Convention. weighed
S [Homer Journal.] purchas,
-The basis of representation in the cotton it
next: Congresslonal Convention of the weight I
Fifthdlistrict is a matter about which ed excel
trouble may arise. Should It be based cotton,
upon the vote cast for Gov, Niuhollt ted ma3
and the Democratic S'ate ticket in buying
April last, the four river parishes, Sec.
Etst Carroll, Tenses and Concordia for eact
wllt lack only three votes of controll- der sha
log the nomination and dictating to meanor
the other parishes of the district. There court of
Is said tobe a candidate in the field be finet
whose only hope of being nominated is fifty do
the combined vote of these four negro Sec. 4
parishes. The question arises will the this act
Damocracy of the white parishes sub- the i=t
mit to having the nomination of Mr. Appt
Newton's successor dictated by these
four negro parishes, neither of which Partl
has more than a third of the white
population of the parish of Claiborne,
or more than one-third of the bona We
fide, reliable Democratic voters of this leath
parish? We hope and believe that the United
other parishes of the district will sub- at o'
mit to no such outrage and injustice. At abc
Such a basis of representation will in- wassa
evitably sooner or later disrupt and wasr.
disintegrate the Democratic party. was i
We favor basing represention In the and or
next Congressional Convention upon up m
elitherthe vote cast for Cleveland and cedre
Hendricks In 1884 or upon the vote contra
cast for Newton in 1886. There is a while
distinction in this State between State homo
and National politics, and a Congrss- for hi
man should be nominated by a con- bus a
ventiont composed of delegates chosen bee, t
from the parishes of the district upon and h
a besis determined by a vote polled in was ii
a National and not a State election. In tion r
the meantime it is high time that the Sauna
Executive Committee of the district minu
was convened and this matter arrang- him 1
ed upon a fair and an equitable basis. Ar. -
Thehead of thill Committee is dead of 1
and there isno one authorized to call a stcen
meeting, but surely the majority of the ucc
members can devisesome plan to bring ed 1c
the members of the Committee to
An Attack Upon the Late Counsal Brigtilum
[Special to Thc-Democrat.] six v
EL PASO, Aug. 3.-A few days ago of au
the Fort Worth (Tex.) Gazette publish- lion
ed a letter from its Washington cot rce- on 1:
pendent attacking the lato Consul drix
Brigham, formerly consul at Paso (el yout
Norte. The correspondent accused him and
of having stirred up most of the trouble It ,<
over the Cutting affair, and went on to bets
say that when Cutting made his claim time
for indemnity Judge Brigham tatd a met
half dozen Texans formed a little syn- Rus
dicate to boom the editor's detmands. an
He also asserted that Judge Brigham ing
and others indorsed Cutting's notes for cart
several thousand dollars, which thiey tri
had to pay. Tr
Gen. I. F. Harrison, of this city, sov
publishes a card tc-day branding the out
above statement as a tissue of false- celt
hoods, and reflecting severely upon the lasl
writer. He told me frequeotly, said rou
Geo. Harrison, that Cutting would not tin
get a cent of indemnity. lie acted as qui
he did from.a sense of duty to the gov- bet
ernment, and was sustained in his en
tire course by Secretary Bayard. lie
was requested by Secretary Bayard to
take the consulate at Kingston, Ja
males, as a promotion, which ht! did.
Gen. Harrison was an intimate per
sonal friend of Counsu' Brigham, uanu I l
he asserts thet he saw the letter in m
which Secretary Bsyard asked Consul
Brigham to take the Kingeton con
As to Brigham ascisting Cuttitng
flaanclall53, he, with two more cilixens
of this place, Indorsed Cutting's note I
for *800, and the holder eued the in-'
dirses and obtained judgment before
Mr. Brigham left here.
lydeadale Hlorses for Loutisiana I
[N. O.Tlmea-Deinocrat. I
As will be seen by the subjoined clip- t
pIgft tom the Vicksburg Herald, Lou- C
t lanr; is to have the Clydesdaleo horse
... -ito ed within her border. It re
mai nsll to be seen how the brawny Scots
W.'-" in the South where the
ure s tL the most part of a widely
tG T.Ci.Bsedford in copartnership
cB. O'Kelly, of Ashwood,
two fine Clydesdale
qW.iare now ln the city at
SOrept. W H. stialth where
gtestad a few days betore
Sto their farm at Ashwood,
o. 12 t of Jo-o , t on
3)azier was bred by Blithe, of Scotland, Delhi Distri
and enjoyed-the distinction of winning
the gold medal at the New York State
Fair In-1861 re the beast draft borsie f IE
eny age or. breede,'cotendlng in-a large ..The Dell
rirg of Percheron, Shires, Cleveland vened at Ga
bays and Clydesdales. Oashti is also ly 26th, at
by the Brown Glazier, her dam Ethel, held daily,
second dam Surprise, and third dam church in t
Cumberland, all being registered mares. considered.
She has by her side a thoroughbred T. H. Da
colt, which is also entitled to a regis- White and
tralion. delegates tc
Thu horses were bought by Capt. L. G. John
Bedford from Messrs. J. H. Fitts & elected alte
Sons, of Tuskaloosa, Ala., they having The Con
broken up their noted Castle Hill stock District Su
farm. Monroe ne
-- - -- of the Diat
No Scalage From the Weight of Cotton. at Bastrop
No. 21. An act to prohibit the deduc" College, a
tion of two pounds, or any number were prese
of pounds, known as scalage from the added mut
weight of cotton, and providing a sdon.
penalty therefor. The Pre
Section 1. Be it enacted by the Gen- per, presid
eral Assembly of the State of L'iuisi
ana, That it shall be unlawful for any
'i purchaser or weigher of cotton to de- Brown':
e duct two pounds, or any number of Swift's t
pounds, known as scalage, from the ac- Armiste
tual weight of any bale of cotton, Acid'Ir
weighed or purchased by them. Fellow'
Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That Blood I
purchasers shall account to the seller of Kinch.
le cotton in all instances for the actual Owen's
to weight of the bale purchased or weigh- Carboli
bh ed except in cases of wet or damaged Asnica
,d cotton, when the amount to be deduc- Germal
Il. ted may be agreed upon by the parties Pierce'
in buying and selling. Bull's
's, Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, That PlatL's
is for each violation of this act, the offen- Tichen
II- der shall ba deemed guilty of a misde- Simmc
to meanor, and upon conviction, by a Simme
re court of compatent jurisdiction, he shall Cutlcul
'Id be fined not less than ten or mbre than Royal
is fifty dollars. Ayer's
ro Sec. 4, Be it further enacted, That
he this act shall take effect from and after
ab- the 1-t day of August, .1888. Bills Al
Ir. Approved and promulgated.
FI Pariletlars of Judge Brlgham's Death. WASH
no, [Gloeaner Packet Edition.] passage
ta We regret to have to announce the Wilkins
his death of J. Harvey Brigham, E-q., tssippi i
United States consul, which occurred fesinp I
b- at 5 o'clock p. in., on the 13th of July. oflIngl
ice. At about 1 o'clock during the day he of. Set
was seized with a severe hemmorrhage. note
d r. Shomas Wildes, a friend of his, oe
t was immediately sent for by his clerk, riosee
the and on his arrival found him spitting plaivm i
pon up mouthsful of blood. The doctor suse- delegai
aot ceedcd in getting the bleeding under del
oist control, but at about half past 4 o'clock, general
a while the consul was trying to get
tate home, the exertion proved too much
eon- for him, for as soon as he got into a
on- bus and drove a few yards from his of- The
sen flee, the hemorrhage broke out afresh,
dpon and he shortly afterward expired. Ie .Crate
I was immediately taken into the auc
tion rooms of Mr. Barned Stines. Drs. and as
the Saunders and ronstorph arrived a few i the
strict minutes afterward, but on examining for re
angs him they found that life was extinct. house.
ads. Mir. Brigham arrived here on the 16th housn th
sll a of M-ay last in tho Atlas Company's his c
steamer Alvena from New York, to mhmb
rio g succeed Mlr. ityylard, who had resign- The J
to- ed tile appointment. endors
- him h
Shooting and Cutting.
We learn from parties living in ward [N
six who have been to town this week, Rep
. ago of an ftTray which took place in the fertilil
blish- lIondrix neighborhood of that ward by the
oitce- on last Sunday, between T. J. lien- held
onsul drix's two sons, on one side, and two spread
o del young men by the name of Watson best t
I him and Waller Dunn on the other side. State
:ouble It seems that had feeling has existed
on to between the young men for a long No
clint time and on last Sunday when they Ears
and a met at the residence of M[r. T. A. Cheat
syn- Russell, a gent r. fight with pistols ded I
nantl. and knives was engaged in, nnd shoot' drugi
igham Ing and cutting in great disorder was
tes for carried on between the parties until
i they friends interfered and quelled the riot. ti`
'rThomas lendrix, Jr., received several
s city, severe cuts though notiong of a serl- T
g the on3 character, and young Watson re- The I
false- ceived a pistol shot in the thigh. At
1on 1 the last accounts the woundedt hadl been a110
F, said removed from the field, anl were get destr
ald not tlng along all right, and peace and now
cled Is quiet hatl been restoredl. There has atsn
to gov- been no arrests that we have heard of. d
hitttOtt lt utougo Adeo.ato.]l
h i ov. Nicitolts yestarday received a utlai
ie ier- letter of nlnce ro Judge S. . L
m, M hieEery on the loss of his peoketbook te
Cland valuable, ant stating thtt it hati
rt-also been his msfortn to lose his
pocketbook at Millssi.ippi City, whtere l'
Ctighe is now summeronig. N
cutin Ju ti e Mc nery citllth not account l
ci nso ftr lis lIoss but klnew t i nt atounted to
l te something like twenty dlliars. (ov. bl
attefe Niholts atat t that lie haul ftooled the we
al ithief whio trolbed Iil, bty having two Ir
ptiie'cthotks in the sattl e pocket, the >I
nat larger tt which had nothing in It. Supo t
posing that so large a man as a gover- Pt
nor was entitlil to a very large pocket- tul
n edcli- hk, tile thi'f took this olne which hi
aid, L ou- c nt:i tlt ti ino uiy.
S It eo- wA Conu-relsionatl Inviailid. I
widely ntora E tis of Louatn lta is thle hl
urinersh p for some weeks past at Mitanchester-by
hod t sea, ant it is slt ot tttreturn
h city at The Loutsliana senjiator is said to be suf
h whereo fering from a throat trouble growing f
lays betore out of the excossive use of tobacco.
Asihwood, Senator Eastis has always ben a great
smoker, and has often confssedt a tond- n
ehe Brown ness for cigarettes. oiw iany of tthese
out of Jo- he smcroked during a day notbody ever
he Brown pretended to guess. 1
Delhi District Cooferenoc, I. E*. Chureh
South. - JN.
The Delhi District Conference con
vened at Gak Ridge on Thursday, Ju
ly 26th, at 9 a.m. Two services were
held dally, and all the Interests of the
church in the District were carefully
T. H. Dalton, Dr. A. S. Helmick, S.
White and I. B. Dorsey, were elected
delegates to the annual conference, and
L. 0. Johnston and J. B. Reily were
The Conference resolved to hold a
District Sunday School Conference at
Monroe next year, and the next session
of the District Conference-is to be held 130
Presidents McVoy, of the Mansfield
College, and Fitehugh, of Whitworth. co01
r were present during the session and
e added much to the interest of the occa
The Presiding Eider, Rev. J. D. lHar
per, presided to the satisfaction of al1.
Brown's Iron Bitters. tion,
Swift's Specific, S. S. S. men
SArmistead's Ague Tonic. 27i
, Acid'Iron Earth. acre
Fellow's Hyypophosphates. TX
at Blood Balm, B. B. B. stab
a1 Owen's Sore Wash. on
Carbolic Salve. W
d Asnica Llnimet. to
- German Syrup. gran
es Pierce's Goods. Wrt
Bull's Goods. dist
at Platt's Chlorides. 1
n- Tichenor's Antiscepti e.Cho
le- Simmon's Liver Medicine. 35
a Simmon's Liver Regulator. 1 at
all Cutlcura Goods. 2
Ayer's Goods. Po
Iat AT CALDEPRWOOD & CO's. .
Bills Affecting Louisiana Interests All Ii j
Disposed Of. tell
[SpeciaL to The Times-Demnocrat.] roe
WAslINGTON, Aug. 3.--With the i
passage in the Senate yesterday of Mr. a]
the Wilkinson's bill to establish further aids u
to navigation at the mouth of the Mis- lot
red sissippi river, all the important bills af- oit
fly. ecting Loulisana have been disposed we
he of. Senator Gibson has cleared the
ie Senate calendar of both House and Se
his nate bills, and none are left on the
rk House calendar excepting, of course, o
rnd private bills. There is nothing now to cu
n claim the attention of the Louisiana to
der delegation except the tarifl and other 1
ck, general legislation. b
get For Congress.
Sof- [Madison Journal.l] i
The Journal is informed by Col. A.
esn W. Crandall that he will not be a can
auc didate for Congrees from this District,
Drs and as Madison has no ,'fAvorite son"
few in the race, the Journal will support
for re-election our present efficient Con.
incr. gressmanl, lion. C. Newton of More
16th house. lio has Ibect faithful and ever
on the alert to serve the interests of
ny his constituents and bas, for a new
, tomember, accomplished much good.
in- The Journal believes his course deserves
endorsement and to that end will give
him hearty support.
The Best Canlmpalgn Documents.
ward [N. Y. Special to N. O. City ltei.]
eelk, Reports concerning the remarkable
I the fertility of Louisianna as demonstrated
ward by the horticultural fair now being
h11r- held at Jennings, La., create wide
two spread interest. Such advices are the
a ison best campaign documents for your
side. State to send to Western farmers.
:isted - - -
long No Giddiness, Hleadche, Buzzing in
they Ears or DeaOfess produced by using
'. A. Cheatham's Chill Tonic. Money refun
istols ded it it falls to cure. Sild by all
THlE PILANTEIL'S FRIEND.
TiThe BREST POISON for COTTON WORMS.
LONDON PUIIPI.E is tro best, safest
and cheapest mlateorial over used for the
destruction of the cot ton worm and it has
I now become a reeognised poison for those
psets, During eleven seasons "Londonl
ra lo" has boo used by hundreds of thou
Ssads of agriculturists and tested by the
leading profCusori and colleges in the
United Statos, the lnitorit result being a
that where roperly applined "Loitdon
Purple" gives ounbounded satisfaction. ri
lulk or bulk, Loundon 'urple" is only th
halfthe weight of Paris Iroel; thlus a given
a quantity wilt cover twice the spaco andI
J t'houEgh not so dangerous to iuman life.
• lIondon Purple'' is it|tch Izeolo iq·l etiye
-These virttles together with the price,wlilich
i is very much less than that of Paris Green,
ighave earned for "Lolldon l'urplO" the i
Sproud title of
- TIIE PLAN'TEIR'S FIENID.
Notwvtllthstl anding our endeavors to bring
nl "I osnON' Irl'l'lt'. ulder the nlotice ol
to Oeve agriculturis in thle States, it is pos
sible that solle ay now hoaroft his vala
V. bleinsect ieide for the tirst ltuti to (such
ie wc would say that tloytNN lt1't' i'.l ' is
vo no e thing nor is it beiig offered to tIhem
Lett eaperimeut witlh. but a~ s a St" RE
he . EAN OF SAVI NCG TiI lIH CRlOPS.
o Thei experience of lthe past seasonl nlore
er-than , ctirmthe fact that "Loanoý
et- tlualled and th inldie:tit n are sthat ift
ith Ihere ia nayv cmtl for Poisol this year. the
detnatnd for "I ,ONioN t'ttu'i.i'" will he ont
Soi.. ý1 AN t'iA'clit li"
.A) Wtter St ret,. New York.
A large t'olsignllent at
i t)rvll ANI ACTIV.E M1EN ITo'
sul- travlt for ai Establisheil Hobso dir
illg the slnnller rmonths. ThosC whno cain
;ng fTrtish a horse and give security preFerred.
cCC. Money advanced niontlthy to paRy expeses.
et A great rhance for the lright men!
1State ago, business xperience. and to save
d. timle better send names and address o1 ref
leso erencos. No attention p.aid to postahl cards.
Never nild aboH)ut senliigistani .. r repl y.
ever Address ,BUSINESS'" Box i1t. Richlimond.
Vs. " jl tl3-O6ts"
JN0. B. STONE , AVL'y at Law. ROf'T LAXTo , MI. a y o
Stone & Layton,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,,
City Property, Plaitations, Farms, anu
Grazing Lands in North Louisiana
BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION.
Will also lease property, collect rents, pay taxes and
conduct a general real estate business.
No charge for property entrusted to us for
sale unless sale is effected.
We list the following choice Country and City property:
FARM of 107 acres adjoinig the town of SQT
SDelhi on V. S. ý 1'. Rsailroad at cros rsing p
of Brinkley Railroad. 60 acres ill cultiva- par
tion, balance woodland; good improve- Ria
ments. A bargain.
21 ACRES good hill land, -I miile weste w
27 It of Monroe on V. S. & 1 . I t.., R~,2 lOwa
acre:long time. IES1IENCE with
TW O-STORY ot-buildings, pe
stables. etc., and 7 acres In lot under fence, i1
finely improved, in town of Bastrop, $500, d i
one-third cash. balance 1 and 2 years. Ui
v a - 'l~"'0,000 acrcs of land ill wi
W ANTED North Louiditnl to sell fre
to Northern parties, farms, timber and tite
grass lands ill tracts to silit pIrehaser. fo
SVrIo us describiing 3 our lands lttid we will t1
dispose of them for you. T
ipACRES, 2 miles below Monroe, 20i in
| cultivatitn, balance good tiner. o.
Cheap and on log time.
-O ACRES land in the Island, very line I
.u land, 11500, one-third ca-ih, balnco
1 and 2 years.
2 KJ ACRES; 14:3 in Beormi id grass, to
w balance in timbor, 2 Mihles below Jt
Monroe i nlagnifcllltnt hay farmt che:p. S
SLANlTATION ON BAYOU Vod I)AL, IN
fladison Parish, 931 acres, 00 cleared N
and in high state of coltivlttin, 4';t arcr re;
I high cane land satis ptible ofacVs and ieh :
clearing, ti cypress bralke. plel ' of1 good
tonenement ses, with bl lic;k 'lllllltY"5,
large frame gin Itouso with brick cngitie
roolm andI all the latest ilmproVeld tellllticin ry
e and gin staind, grist mill, seed carrier, &Oe. n
dwelling of hfor reons, iC :nd frot llLu i
gralleries; store roon, kitchen and nt i
buildings ; line barmis, tables. gr:a.s
g- lots, &e. A flirst class ltlt:tittlll 1 liie
conditionll and very che:ap. \Will tit sold.1
i either with or withllot. grow\iittgir'oi,
d work stock, farming iiaplimltes, Ac.
2S) ACRISES ,I .tilcs w'est 1of city, on \V.,
2l 80 . A P, 1. It. 4700. Italf .'ish. a
A 1,LANTATI'ON well ilrot ad i a
ie A high state of cul ivatitoll ; atbove over
leow. 'IeTn lilos i ole w l tMonlroe, 'roltligll
on Onehlllt river, (Ontatliiiii all : acres.(t!)O ill
(0 cultivilionct baltalco wVoditlLld X$I,t000, oil
n long timte.
er LANTA'I'ON 9o0 acre with dwell
ing g [ll O t.ilabins ad bbl'ates, sta
tbles anLd other illlt:rovctints ol'01 lce't l:lli
ty, frolntilg on cast side of Otuacltiia river
toen miles below Motnrot O;lO acre.s oeit atd
in high state (cu iv it. alce
heavily timberedl. On of th ht tebest ftrs
In tile valley, (ntirely ahltu\e any water
A and with fine tintural drtaiitge.
I1i- 200 ACHES OF LAND INOW( N AS
in place, 6 miles oilrth cast of
ot, Monroe. 75 acres cleared anid uidor fence.
n" Fine orchard. t750.
1 160 ACRIS LAN I N .A it O)XLOZ)SA
Dn.l DIAMONt) 1,,. 'LANTA'I ION two otir's
re- above Now Town., .15 '"i:cs be.lo\
er Vicksburg, on MIis.isisllti ricer, ,,)i carts,
either in body or 225 acres silpare.te,:; 0 acres.
of open and in cultivatiot, gotud calin.a :tltd
OW well improved--N'15 per acre-hall tt,
od. balance 1 and 2 years with h per ciit. iit.
Can be had chearer if t .lltasht. Tltis tr;rct
yes only 3 miles romi the Stisissipl \V.llcy
city, coltiiiiit'lg2i' 0 art'rs, till woodilalld:
$3 per acre. long tiulti and t.a'v n ' hlt 1tIs.
T 1l1E Ti.XAICANA lL'N' 'AT''IO-N,
.Madli.on arisie , rontimig ,n \V:\nut
bIayou, t lliles frot V.. S-. " 1'. hinilhoad,
able Good dwelling. out, buildgSils, talon fit('.
ited Price 170tt, ott hattlf cash, balancett itl 1 and
2 years witi 8per Ceilt interest. This ],lace
,,. ili average o.et. lile oi c"ot to ierl cr'e.
STONE & LAYTON, Monroe, La.
Refer 1y pcrmuission to OUACHITA- NATIONAL BANK-.
BXCILSIii SRW A 1N PLN81I MSILL.
F. VOLLMVA_', Proprietor.
0- ESI 0I01:OIE, LA.
Psr OFFICE0, : _ .1, 1.\it I ,t .' Nl- I+,:A1: IN -
RtOUGH, 1)RESSEI) AND MATCHED
Pine and Cypress Lumber,
HEART AND SAP SHINGLES,
DOORS, s.A.SI-, BLITDS, -TC.'
'nhto tit g of d ls u se g ti orlot rn l d 1 aithfully
atto .lde to. La A hlttirl sh:,no ,t tilt' ,i, ,I tit a soll it,,'e1 ,tt . .
'T'h es o m ll s, o f b ulL I't lt e t , ) 'ustrl l cllt. I I : r"*." t d ated ol t h --o st .. ... o. . o
. .river, ueditit av t ila t ) 11 3 o at il t uibl'. i I :+Vo I i-l o d t 'k co1lrtoac ti -
1 r10111 kith tht o V.. 4. .t I'. It. tti lave a \ tab t "nd r ,.vi,,n t i steat at l , dngt i t aclig t .1 tit,.s
ottit . Itt o oa t hen rat ii 1g along the ratio " .: " t i it" as w ill nu i- i dtvi t i lt' "t1 their
A. .1. KIEIA :l , Agtent, Monoti, I.a.
Bro ers auft ti al M& rchalls,
MONJRTl,,t OE, IJA.
Secialties-Flour, Tlea1ts, Nal, Lartl, Rice,
SUGAR AND COFFEE.
MONROE OIL COMPANY.
NO MOS_-T E, , -LA.
L. D. McLAIN, . President.
SWill pay cash for coitton seed, i:. i highest market prices; or
. exchlgl l votio t " :tred lUcal tii'" seed.
Meal delivered ol boats orc-ars at New Orleans prices.
STOCK ELL PLANTAkTION, situad Pai
S 10 miles north of llonlr in Claiborne o
parish, 3 miles east of Gibbs and Homer
Railroad ; 020 acres, 500 cleared and inl cul
tivation, the remainder very fertile and
linely timbored, soil equally divided be
tweon red chocolate and a grey sandy
loam, the red lands are well adapted to
grain of all kinds and red clover grows to TO1N
perfection, splendid dwelling and good Mo
ilnprovemnents for tonnall s. can be easily
divided into 4 tracts, each of which would
mak:e adesirable larnm. It is well supplied
with water there being on place 15 wells of ill
free stone water and 2 creeks run through Co
the planitatiolln Finest place in the State O
for a stock farnu. Price reasonable and Ol
torms, easy. Price on. application at our o
hANTED-Lessee or partner with
\VANT l. E small capit-al and tlhor
ough knowledge of business to take charge
ol saw mill. Writo for particulars.
Sg ( ACR IES with lioe 2 story resilodnce
O00 and out n bildings ; part cleard, W.
t uillanco woodland: thorcuglly set with
Japan clover; upland, well watered at al A'F
sc:sons of tihe year; Caldwell parish, 5 miles
west of I:uanchlila river. 'Thloe bost pl ce in
I North LoilisiaLta i) fr a stock and sheep
4 raniuh. ,000 :0 one-third cash : b:allhance I
ald 23 ye:uars with per cent inltcrest.
Sy `( ACIlS 1'INE LAND near IHood's all
160 ill, Jnacson parish. $210. p
A 1 .N'I'ATION mH iles below Monroe will
on cest bank of river; spleondid inmiprovo- 0
moilts, i niow cabins, dwelling, good gin, sir
wt wire and plank fence, well ditched and in -
it high state of cultivation; land of ino qnal- a.
, ity and above any wator: i855 acres, 200
i open : p.i ssssion January 1. 1811).
16 0" ACRIIEIS \VEST OF OUlACIII'A
ý ý river adjoining the WVorley place. .lo
In Layton's 1st addition to Monron,
a front iligl on river:
:1 lots inll equaro No. : ......... ............
g f lots il square No. 5....................
n 6 lots in square No. ...... ..............
In lots in sl aro No. 7 ......... ...............--1- r
iii liaytolis's 2nd addition:
11- i lo ts in eq u are N o . 1.................. .. .. .. .- --
a ; lots in squaro No. 2........................ -
1- 12 lots in square No.. .......... .....All sold.
or 12 lots ill square No. .................All sold.
il 12 lots in squlare No. 5 ............All sold.
ice 12 lots in sqluaro No. .. .............All sold.
us G lots inl square No. 7.......................
cr GI lots in stqunro No. .... ..............-
1.'r:lctional quaire No. .....................-
AS i lots ill quli:ire No. 10 ................... -
of U lots in square No. 11............ .....
cc. Sqiaiis Nos. 12, 13, 1.1 aind 15......All sold.
i Iot . ill itluro N o - . oI........... ... . -
SI lots in square No. 17 ........ .......-..
Ilesidns these we Ihave o14 lots int squares
los 1S to it for sale at low ligilllo. Prices can
ow lie had on applicttioln at our ollice. These
li, Lil'o.5 sullject to cliange.G
res A1'srohI' ANDO L" ol(p;:psito Court llouse r
S1. l on :.uild street. Lot 12 feet front i
b, tback the river; steo 20xli, full glass front: t;
i.t store rool to rear 12x12 ; title cistern, fruit fi
-ti-trees, hwers, Arc., T''he bilnoss also for I
I alo. tore : and lot .t01)., A bargim.
1)' 1:SI ill'I.F. l'rolperty fronting til fret (
I l o on ixthi streit l, lt lfeet oil llrenrdl st.
nii:)weltin' house contailling :t room1s, asithl
its .iteli" i"irllle, cow hiosO, goiod stiable
Nanl gol gardi smut orncharld of selected fruit
Int res in lrll hearin . Pri'c, 1,3;00. 'Permts,
a h iii, alf ca:,h, i. tlltico ill 1 aI.id 2 years with S
it l per t'( ll, itltel'o ..i.
fi-, OT ;15 FEEl' Wi1i 1ItUCIK STO IE
Iu J l xl ; 0 f1'.~t No. 31 Dc Siurl Streit. On
a ic " tlf t best liusinl , tlc l nidt ill the city,
f-" fi, :) IU tilIo niolid easy3 pa"mieIilltS.
J. W. WOODLAND,
lKeprcsentiOlg the following cnnmpallOes:
Liverpoonl London & Globe,
Phenix of Brooklyn,
forth British d& Mercantile,
Mechanic & Traders,
London & Lancashire,
Scottish Union & National,
"The difference in the cost of the Ber
and the PoonEsT Insurance is but a trifib;
the difference in case of loss may be sul
elont to bankruptyOu." jnnl"9-ly.
w. RI F. MOORCE,
-Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
OF NEW YORK.
$' 835000,000 0CAH ASSETS
more than any other financial, banking or
insurance company in the world.
Assets - - - over $120,000,000.
d Paid Policyholders - over $257,000,000.
e T. II. BO1WLES, General Agent.
46 Camp St., New Orleans.
id July 28-6 monns.
JOAIN B. BTONE, WM. M. MURPHY
Monroe, La. Tallulah, La.
Stone & blurphy,
ATTOIRNEYS AT LAW.
Will practice in the Federal and Slate
Ollices: Monroe and Tallulah Ls.
o. J. .OATNER. 3. S. BOATNILR
C. J. & J . Boatner,
Shreveport & Mfonroe, La.
W. I'. MILLSMAPS D. M. SHOLAR-.q
Ilillsaps t& Sholars,
A'T'IORNEYS & COUNSELORS AT LAW,
U ill practice in the courts of the Fifth
V i)District, Suprome Court, and Federal
JouriiLs. Will take claims for collection it
all the parishes of North Louisiana, with
privilego of managinlg samire in countoction
o with rosidenllt :ttorne"s.
Ollibo iii STUIBnI'S |UILDING. on Wood _
street. July 17, 1886.-ly
MB. J. MAHSEOGILL. C. l. BJOI hiNSON.
0 tlassengill & Johnston,
Monroe, - - - - Louisiana.
Ollico upstairs, Beornhardt's building.
T. C. HIatton,
S PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
1iice at Caldorwood w & Co.'s drug house.
- l holicn hours froln I) A. M. to I P. M., anid
f'roml! 2 v1. M. to 5 P. m.
- . A. lMioore,
I PiIYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Id. IMOnROE, LOUISIANA.
- Oillco at Dr. A. B. Sholars' Drug Store.
TRANSPORTATION- _ _
SBAYOU BARTHOLOMEW PACKET
E. B. CRY ER, Ii. WIL.LIAMS
rMakoes weekly trips for Bastrop, Tindl
Grove altd all way laHlldings, leaving Moe
roe every Tlhursday, nmaking close connec
tions with the V. S. ,t Y. at Monroe andtl
L. N. O. & T. from New Orleals. For
freoitt or passage apply to II. C. RAY, at
Irou Wharf-boat just below Bridge.
(UACILI'rA ILV Eli CtONSOLIDAT'ED
-- LINEI. -
J. W. BANiNKS, FEII) V. CELLOS,
e, t WVEEKLY PACKE1.T.-Stenamer
JOIHN II. IIANNA,
, J. S. iuL.MI.S. "Master.
L. P. DE.LAHOUSAYE, Clerk.
Leaves New Orleans every WVednetsday at
Sp.. Leaves M"onroe, (returningl), every
Saturday at 5 p. in. Conllnects wiLth boats
thr lBayuos Bartholomew and D'Arbonne.
For freight or prssage apply to M. 1. MElt
lcDI'l'I, Sup't Monroe Wharf-boat.
ONItOL AND COI. MIIIA
U. S. MAIL AND pASSENG EI LINE.
- DAILY -
L. FRED IIAl.BEYAN, COtDUCO'rt.
Tl1hepassenier hack. four in hand, leaves
itonroe every other day. Faro $2.50. The
nail lihack mIakes trips daily. For passage
or.freigat apply at Dr. A. B. Sholars'drug.
stoe... June I6.-lyr.
SARTIES DESIRING TO ILAY IN
-thecir winter supply of wood would
lind it to their interest to consult tile
undersigned. T'hey in obtain it cheaper
niow thanlt late in the season. W K
,Tune :0, lSS.-t f.
O E IIAND- MADEI SPEEDING OR
trolting buggy, but little used; every
part of tinost material. Also set of hand
Iinod trIack harnoss. NVill sell ve'Y (.iteap.
S t . DR.T. C. IIAT 'ON,
nt. (alderwood's drug house.
- --FOR SALE.
LI' JACK COt.T, TWO YIE.A.RS OLD)
ne[ t F e pterlll~ t', Prl'inco Is.tud ainll
mull ktoil,, siimred by Pritmrn and toaloi by
Mliaunnoth. t'erfeCtly sound and gentle.
Wi ll be sold at a ,:u iiT. Apply toDS,
/\. T. TIROItALDS,
.lne :1, Ii .-ii tnos.
advice to Everybody
ut'n l!a. n dtle.'ca ivcr is to ant one tajke proler
nt-.:n:; to cu'.ý it.. 'iTlo function tho Liver is a
einc': to perform, nat on tho regular execution
o; v,'hi (! dclpsti not only tho Fntra healh of the
,,d. but tee powers of tho Stomach, loaet.,
IDr;ni,. nnd the u:-lt,' nervos system, shows its
vt-- and, vital impuortance to human hcalti.
rBotlswl run the rsk fOr n singlo ly of neglecting
hti important organ, but should promptly get a box
ot IDr. C[. WleLal.r' Celebrat ci Liver Pill,
Fltne bv I'lEMIIN\i BROS. . ittsburgh, Pa., and
use mc-ordinq to directions they will suree yon
pnrnlttly and pertnanently. Around each box ts a
, rppr Sing full description of the symptoms o
a d isc:set Liver. They can bl had of druggist&
!,r ware, of COnTERFEsS madeinaSL mLonl
FLEMING BROS, Pittsburgh, Pa.
IVORY POLISH F'-"IB1
PERFUMES THE BREATH. ASK FOR IT.
NY PIHYSICIAN'S PRFSCRIPTION
c·arofully and accurately preparedp a
any hour ot tite day or night, Polite clerks
in attebaance. iCALDERWOOD & O.