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M4SCW'S F: UiT 4JARS.
Piots!.1.0.rO per dozen
Quarti...., ........,... 1 25 ".
SGalodns................ 1. 40.
-LIVE AND LET- LIVE STOiRE,
The Busiest Honte in A aerfUa.
eReady mixed Carriage Paint,aU-eolord, at
Baile & Borewer's.
Blankse aBro.'s Fancy Candy received
weekly at Baili and Breer's.
J. A.-Heekin has the well earned reputa
tion of keeping first-elass goods in his line.
Give him a call.
A heavy rain fell yesterday morning and
up to the hour of going to press the weather
was still threatning.
Imported Capotes, Asparagus, Canned
Mince Meat and Whittaker's Lard at tne
"Live and Let Live" store.
Casearine is the greatest of all remedies
or the children. Prompt, pleasant and
harmless. Price 50 ote. and l.
There will beservicesat Grace Churclh to
morrow, (Sunday) the 28th, at II o'clock
a. min,, and at 8 o'clock p. in., Rev. Mr.
A few doses of Casoarlne will remove
the dull, heavy feeling caused by a de
ranged ondition of the stomach or ait in
active liver. Price 50 i ts. and 1I.
Ask for Kelley, Goodfellow d Co.'s. 52.50
Ladies Dongola Shoes. Every pair guar
anteed. V. B. YouNo, agent, West Mon
roe, La., M. L. RUTLAND & Co., agelts a:.
Columbia, La. July 20.-3m'
The "Live and Let Live" store has its
clerks always busy, since it believes in
rushing business on business principles.
If "the bird does not sing it is made to
sing" by its unapproachable prices.
Work on the Louisiana and Arkansas
Railroad, which is to cross the V.. S. & P.
at Delhit was begun at Dermott, Ark., a
few days since, and it is expected that the
line to Delhi will be completed by Novem
Fartuerville Gazette: The charter of the
Merchants' and Farmers' Bank, Monroe, 1
was published last week in the Bulletin. t
The capital stock of this Institution is i
placed at $100.000. Monroe now has three i
banks, besides several loan ageoncies, .
Money ought to be easy and plentiful now I
in our sister city.
Wednesday was one of the hottest days
ef the season, the thermometer registering
97 degrees in the shade at 1 p. m. After
the rain, however, it dropped perceptibly
and a very material change for the better
in the weather was the result of the
shower. There has not been a. single sun
stroke in this section and these occasional
or rather daily showers have proved a
blessing in disguise. *
W. II. Leath, hailing fromn Terrel, Texas,
for somd time past employed on the H. C.
A. & N. R. R., and a carpenter by trade,
was Injured about the head some three 1
weeks ago by falling from a trestle, result
ing in his death at the Smith House in this
city Wednesday nmornina. His remains
were forwarded by express by Wedinesday
evening's train to his brother Mr. John W.
Leath, at Terrell. The physician's certifi
cate was that he died of congestion of the
The following special appeared in the
Times-Democrat of Wednesday:
MoNnoE, July E3.-The heaviost rain of
the season fell here yesoterday, the rear per- 4
tion of the city front Sixthl street to the
railroad junction being covered with water
f,nr several hours. Reports froml the coun
try indicate that damage to cotton will be
Wmn. Roach, a negro, died suddenly from
heart disease yesterday.
To-day while attempting to swim the
river about two niles below town Flew
Johnston, a negro living on the LaBaun
plantation, was drowned.
In an altercation with a negro, HIon. A.
J. Madden, a prominent planter on tile
;Bayou DoSiard, was cut in the arm with a
Congressman Boatner is in receipt of a
latter from the Architect of the 'treasury at
WVashington informing him that the delay
of the work on the government building at
this place has been occasioned by a defect
in the title to the property bought by the
government as a site for the building, but
that matter has now been satisfactorily
settled, the Attorney General having ap
proved the title, and that application has
beoon nnado to Gov. Nicholls for a cession
of the property by the State of Louisiana
to the United States government and that
as soon as this is done work will be com
monced. Just how long this will take we
are unable tosay, but as the mnachine at
Washington grinds slowly wb may see
several months elapso before witnessing a
colnmenccment of work on our long looked
for public building.
Old Trenton, though, comnnorcially
speaking as "dead as a hammer" canl occa
sionally come forward with a sensation.
Tuesday night two of her colored citizens
John Cook and Sol. Dorsey by names--be
snmo involved in a dilliculty as they were
returning frmln church. Both drew their
weapolns and commnenced tiring with dead
ly aim and both feloil dead near the battle
ground. Cook received a ball in the breast
aboge the right nipple and Dorsey war shot
ill the neck, tile ball ranging downward
alid going clear through his body and coUl
ingo,,t 1.Oar tine junction of thie kidneys
and spilnal column. The origin t tinho difli
c'ulty we have been unable to learn, though
it is presumed that a wom!an and whisky,
as usunal, is at the bottom of the affair.
Dorsey had just been released fromn jail,
where hle had been incarcerated for a trivial
olounse. Who the aggressor was is not
known and as both are dead it is immate
rial. If tle colored population eontinues
slaughtering each other at the rate tl-ey
have been doing within the past year their
ranks will be considerably thinned out
within another decade,
o Tr1w, r .. . 0,
wthfrIends. ' "
aemor. 0.. and J 8. gqatner -left ,ye
terdey morning fo Colutnbiato be. abpnt
Mr. . E. s, aster a atnded trip to
Cincinnati and, other places, retprned to
Monoe" lst Tuedeya
Miss Kateltewis, aluvsy young lady of
Huiaton,:and hej `li4tle btbs hS o lljpeaI .carj
visitiig rends in nroe. ..
David Todd,:-e&4 of-New.Ozloans, spent
several day of the upast week in Monroe
on Olnportept tegt buplneas.
Lieut. N. L. Wingo, who hap bees visit
ing relatives at Yasoo, Mias., for the past
two weeks, returned home by Tnuesdaya
Missee Nora and Jessle Polk of the
Colony, mre in the city on a visit to friends
and ate he guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. N.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Breard departed for
Bolixi, Misa., where they went for. a sea
son's outing for the benefit of Mrs. Breard's
Mr. J. H. Gilliland and Mr. H. H. Har
grove, shining lights among the Iouisiana -
newspaper fraternity, were in th. city thisl
week mingling among their numerous
friends of the "Queen City."
Mrs.g T. Fudlckar and children returned I
home by Thursday's morning train from 1
Houston,Tex., Where she spent -a. mouth I
pleasantly with her sister Mrs. H. PIeol, t
formerly a resident of this city. i
Misses Jennie Williams and Lizzle Hig-.
ginbotham, of Oak Ridge, have been in the
city visiting the Misses Hayee the past
week. Miss Williams left Friday morning,
accompanied by her father, for her home.
The family of Mr. Leon Hrsh arrived in
the city from Shreveport yesterday and are
stopping at the Ouachita House, but will
soon move into the Liddell residence on
South Grand street, which they have
Messrs. David Todd, New Orleans; Sol t
Peritz, Kentucky; Julius lSchloss, Ga.;
Enmile Girod, La.; Buck Lacy, Lynchbuirg,
Va.; H.. H. Hargrove :of the New Orleans t
Picayune; J. H. Gilliland, Shreveport; J.
C. Wilkinson, St. Louis; Joseph Closson
and Frank Dalton, Bastrop, were regis
tered at the CreseentrThursday.
Rev. Wm. Hart, pastor of the Methodist
Episcopal church, South, of Columbia, and
now associated with Mr. A. B. Hundley,
in the editorship of the Caldwell Watch- d
man,' has been in the city for the past few e
days In the nlaterest of his paper. The ex
tenbion of the Houston, Central Arkansas
and Northern lailroad to Columbia opens t
up a new and splendid trade for Monroe
and our merchants will find a valuable ad-.
vertising medium inlthe Watchman thbrou&h
which to reach it. We are glad to say Mr. I
Hart met with tettering success while
Messrs. Henry and T. G. Brigham, of
Bastrop, were in the city Wednesday. Mr.
Henry Brigham has recently secured a
patent on a valuable labor-saving plow, I
his own invention, which he proposes to I
introduce in this parish.. He has his plow
on Capt. Stubb's Magentaplantation where
he has been desirous of giving it a test for c
the benefit of our larmers, but the soil has I
been too wet for the past few days to sue
cessfully test it. Several leading planters %
of Morehouse who have seen it work e
highly commend it as being a snuobes in
every respect. The plow will be exhibited
and tested at Magenta as soon as the
weather and the condition of the soil will
Superintendent Bond of the Vicksburg
and Meridian and the Vicksburg, Shreye- c
port and Pacific Railroads; of the Queen
and Crescent system, passed through the
city Wednesday morning on a tour of in- I
spectioni of the divyislons under his control. t
Mr. Bond is probably the youngest man in
America who has so largo a railroad inter- t
eat under his management, and he has uot
gained his high position throuh favoritism
but by indomitable pluck and energy, he
having started at the bottom round in rail- c
roading and worked himself up by thor
oughly mastering all the details of his pro
feasion. Mr. Bond stated that he did nott
anticipate any further trouble with the
Governor of Mississippi, growing out of
the Q. &. C*'s action in regard to the great
prize light. He thought that the matter
would be dropped as the excitement died
out. Speaking of the future of this see
tion he expressed himself as highly pleased
with the prospects and preyliated a big
business as soon as the present crop began
to move. We trust that Mr. Bond will
take occasion in passing to atop over with
us for several days at an early date and
bocemo better acquainted with our people. c
Such a visit, we feel sure, would prove
beonolecial buoth to the great interests repre
sented by Mr. Bond and our city. We I
will at least undertake to guarantee that
he would not regret the visit.
lie BhoWed lls Good Sense.
Our traveling men as a rule are men of
lively disposition. They make a good im
pression on the public by their engaging
manners, but when the true gentleoan
with kind and sympathetic ainpnises and
that feeling of tendernoess, known only to
men of the highest order is to be shown
the "drummer" is not behind his fellows.
Capt. C. F. Hoke, one of the most widely
known traveling men in the South writes:
"I got from you ahlottle ot Dr. Westmore
land's Calisaya Tonic for my little daugh
ter, who had been prostrated with fever
and was very weak and had no appetite.
She had not used more than half the bot
tle before she had an excellent appetite
and regained her strength with astonish
tug rapidity. I believe it to be an excel
lent Tonice."' This lgreat Tonic is sold by
Bilise& Brewer, wholesale agents, Monroe
Texas is on, the ove of a great boom, but
Roed's (Chill Cure has bee, booming ever
si¶ee its introluctlon to the people, be
cause it ha. been tested and fouqn to be
thie iues .remedy on earth bor chillas and
All ladies are asking for Kelley. Good
fellow & Co.'s $'.5o0 lAdles Fine Dongola
i-hoe. W. H. You~,. agent, West Monroe,
La.; M. L. Hrasxo ad Co., agents at Ct
lhumbia, Li. July 20.-3m.
Sick and nsrvoua headache cured by the
use of Cascarine. Tryjt. Price iO and !.
t' mdr i evi " ii pe
Ok ofb htbeinit iapkin6t'oteps take'n h'
his direction t~ i Ae'l iaing ot a flun to put
teeibondaed oui t Swabip -ol-gi in as
nearly as perfir a condition as possible,
whid will render istpasesitle. 88 the year
round ta During the winter season this road
becomptpi baa b partiiularly in Gum
Swampi a e It is; -tentlon of our imer
chants .ihs bid a plank tihedroad from
the foot of 0h0lls. at Mrs. Taylor' plan
ttlton through havswamp and'acdsha tb
0cdbe. to the Ridge which will aflord the -
planters gay access to the Houston, Con
tiai Arls ss sand \ Northern Railroad.
They will also-put the road from Lochar
bor to Monroe in good condition and those
Who do bt desire to ship bythe railroad
canshaul direct to Mquroeovera good road.'
The estimated cost of this work is about
P$000 'id of this amount $700.has already
been raised. Our merchants are now evin
lcng the proper spirit of enterprise and if
this polioy0 is foll6wed up and carried out
Mdnroi wll peeddlly reach the goal of lacr
Headache speedilyoured by the use of
Casoarine. It regutates the stomach and
cures indigestion. Price 50 cents and I1.
The sae or tegium...
AamTIN, Texas, August 8, 1885.
To Mr. -A. K. HaWkes - Dear. Sir. It
gives me pleasure to say that 1 have been
using your glasses for some time past with
much satisfaction. For clearness, softpess
and for all purposes intended; they are not
sarpassed by any that I have ever worn. I
would mammend them to all who want a
auperior glass. I ant very respectfully
yours, JoHnY IIRELAND,.
- x-Gov. of Texas.
All .yes fitted aud fit guaranteed by Dr.
A. B. Sholars, Monroe, La. June 16, lm.
The most reliableof all liver regulators
is Oasearine: It acts promptly and pleas-I
antly. Price 500 and. i.
The Ouachita at this point continues to
fallslowly with a fraction over 6 feet on
the guage. The HII. Hanna Blanks, duno to
day, will doubtless be able to come through I
withou any great d qiculty, though she
may be late putting in her appearance.
Try Bailie & Brewers Furniture Polish
and be convinced of its merits.
Weather and Crops. t
I Farmerville Gazetto I
The past.week has been all that could be
desired by the farmer, and consequently
crops are growing Anely, and a bountiltul
harvest is now almost a certainty.
'Corn is made, and an excellent crop it is.
'The dry spell in May served to check the
growth of the stalk, but the rains in June
and July came in ample time to cause the
ear to fill out and grow to good size.
The salubrlous weather of the past few
weeks has been the very .life of the cotton
plant, which now looks thrifty and luxu
riunt. Chances are favorable for a good
yield of cotton, but this crop is very uncer
tain until it is picked and securely baled,
Peas and potatoes are both doing well
and give promise of a-bountilul harvest.
The farmers through this section have
cause to congratulate themselves. Through
the agencies of their various Unions, they
havepurchased goods economically and at
cheap prices, and if the crop prospects con
tinue most of the farming class will be en-t
abled to pay oft their store accounts and
other debtsand operate nextyear upon an
entirely cash basis.
We feel warranted in saying that less
goods have been.sold on time to larers t
this year than for many years previous;
and next year very- few merchants will
have long accounts against the raiser of
cotton and corn. The approach of this
prosperous era is due to the manly and
united efrorts of the farmers, through the
agenoyof co-operation. If they will main
tain their business it will be but a short
while until a sounder condition will be
noticed .not only among the agricultural
claws but in all the other trades and proles
ions ; for the prosperity of the farlnors in
sures the prosperity of all other men.
If is said that "the Lord helps those who
help themselves." For the last two or
three years the farmers' have been working
unitedly to better their condition, and it
seems that the Lord has favored then with
the proper seasons upon this crop.
Altogether the prospects of the fanner
reaping an excellent harvest were never
brighter within our recollection. Peace,
plenty and prosperity reigns supretme it,
our laud, and every body is happy.
Constipation is positively cured by tile
use of Cascarine. It regulates thn liver and
tones up the whole system. iPrico 50. .
What Is It I
It is an antidote to all Malarial poison.
Itdoes not contain Quinine, Arsenic or
It is the best chill remedy known.
It is Reed's Chill Cure.
It haa a box of pills free with each bottle.
The best men in the country say they
neversaw anything to eunal it. It never
fails when properly rit , and is for sale
and warranted by Bailie & Brewer, Monroo
and G. B. Haynes, West Monroo.
Halr, Cloth, Tool, Nail 5 FPlglh Brushes,
In largo variety, at Ballied Brewers.
Kelley, Goodfellow & Co.'s $2.50 Iadieos'
Fine Dongola Shoes in all lasts; are guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction. W. Ii. I
Youtmu, agent, West Monroen, La., M. L.
RUTLAND & Co., Agents at Colunmbia, La.
Cily Counell Proceedings.
CTR' HALL, MowaNROx, LA., -
July 22, 1889.
At a call meeting ot the Mayor and City
Counil there were present IIon. A. J.
Herring, Mayor; D. G. Trounadale, J. W.
Wright, IE. Fudickar and L. D. McLain.
Absent, Jonas Moyer, E. Johns and V. M.
The Mayor presented the tollowing com
MOcRnon, LA., July 10, 1815.
lion. A. J. Herring, Mayor, Monroe, La.
Dat Sita--Permit mne to call to your at
tention the matter embodied in two resolu
tions, a printed copy of which is herewith
inclosed, pased by the Onachita Parish
School lbard at a meeting held en the 6th
inst. and to request that the same be laid
by ron before the City Council of Monroe,
and that it reoelve the respectful considers
tlon of yourself and of that honorable
body, and oblige yours very truly,
D. M. SOLARu Parish Sup't.
'"It was on motion lesolveCl, That the Par
ish Pperintendent be aid is hereby in
strueted to bring to tle attention of the
Mayor and City Conlcil of Monroe the re
a quirementa of Se. 54 of Act No. 81 of l1888,
entitled an act "To Regulate Public Edn
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ONE DOLLAR RýEDUC+TON
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WI EEK1 T7INESLhe~tONE DO LL pqjwis witbaiubnýf
Sub~icrie forItatonce. A!r!-ate #t ý º 1 1 o1'.
cation" in Lou1sulana," ta. anto eques
that honorable body, in compliance t i m
with, to annually apportloq not ainta- I
oje and one-halt mmlls o Ihbe tes mills I
now collected by said body on the aueied I1
valuation of property in the eitf olf - I
roe for auppor, olunblUo siools fl bip
taught in the cyo f onroeusader smou
pervislon Of thei'arlsh SchootBoard 1'
That. the Parish, SupeglatendeJat be~i- I
struoted to secure the rgeturn by hoi Iy 1
Council bof Mnrore. ef'al ulchool' fur!ni sr i
remsolved by oity schoolanatholites thioub-h
the Pariah 5ohool.
On motion the-board adjourned to meet
1st Saturday in 'Otober niat.
. J. I!. ,k rain;y, President,.
D. M. SOLBRs, HeoretLary."
On motion of D. G. Trousdlalo the de
mand of the Parish School Committee was
rejected. The City School Committee make
the following report:
-toNnos, LA., July 22d, 1860. a
Tb the Mayor nad City Counoil, Monroe, La, 1
We the undersigned committee on Pub
lie Schools of the city of Monrote, La., ave
had our attention called to liortion of the
proceedings othe parish school board of
July 0th, 1889, being desirous of worklngin
harmony with the parish school board, we, n
submltted the foltowing plan of oo-operar
The city school oemmittee will advise ea
corporation wnth the pish school board
upon the ioltowingblrisi e
lat. The city geho0ls shall be opened to
all childre in the tenth school distriot as I
established by the parish board, upon thell
ainme terms and condieis as they are i
open to the children of the city. Scholar.
to be between the ages of 0 and 18 year, to I
enjoy th6 saute privileges and besutleet toi
the same desoipline as these In tihe oty;:
2d. The teachers are to be selected and
schools controlled by a joint committee of
three members, two tehbe chosen and con
trolled by the city council, and one by the
Parish School Board.
8d. Duplicate reports are.to be made each
mouth by this joint sehoolcommittee, one
to the City Couocil and one to the Parish
4th. The schools are to supported by the
City Council and thre Pariah oard,.or State
in the following proportion: The city will
pay two tlirds or 8 mlilals,the atate or parish
hoard, ono third, the expenses including
salaries of teachers, fuel, jaultors. ees. etc.
These funds to aeaonlu nl the reapeotive
treasuries of the city and the parish till
drawn therefrom as needed by said Joint
school colnaittee for the paymeont of tech
orsaud other expenses. a
ith. The lIigh School featuro or the ocity
schools shell be retained and tihe grading
shall not untder any prexrtext be lowered.
Othi. The teachers of thesu Joint. schools
shall join in, and cooperato with the parish
school board, in all teachera institutes and
other ntovetnonts for the promotion and
anprovetionot of public education. W
(lignod) J. W. VWRctonT, Chairmnan, n
A. J. Iianiaa, t
City School Coummittne.
The ahyvo proposition was delivered to
D. Im. Sholars. Supt. of Painsh Schools and
an early reply rcuoested from the parish
committee as to whether it would be agreooe.
able to co-operate on this plan to whieh we
tnceivcd the following answer:
MorNnos. LA., 10th July, 1899.
r . I. W. Wligl Chairmlnan ald Messrs. flerrlug
andt Mlyer oft ity cUool Committee:
GCI.rLi.ME.-'l basis of co-oporatlon
for Parish and Uity Schools reduced to
writing signed by you and addressed to
Mr. Shoiars, Sup't. of Parisah Schools, has
been by hinm laid before us a committee, i
having charge of thte Ouachla Pariah Uen
tral and High School. The matter thus
brought to our attention has received onr I
careful conasidcration, and while our orm
mittee earnestly desire to secure for the
Ouachita Parish Central and High School,
the moral and financial support of the City
Couacli ot Monroe, we are vet compelled to
decline, as abasis of co-operation a plan,
whlclh if aecelted and adopted, would be in
clear violation of law in that it weOuld re
Mult In tile relinqauishmnat by tihe Parish
Scahool Board of ath control of a coamider
able portion of the public school fund. We
arc rospectftully Yours truly,
I. M. SuoLAAns,
J. L. ICALIeKI,
Parish School Comnmittee.
Ulltlr thllo crcumetsnces, as reported,
youri eommitee on public schools ask for
A. J. llaaslso.
J. W. WRIsTr
Committee on Public Schools.
The City Council ipassed the following
Resolved, That the City School Comn
mittee be and are hereby instructed to em
ploy teachers, arsgnise and open the city
schools on Mpnday, the 18thl day olgep
tember, 1889, as heretofore, usfng for the
white schools tihe builiding leased by the
city of Monroe from the trustees of the
Onaachlts Female Academay.
That the use of the schbool-bouse oa
Square No. 9 of Monroe, formerly used fIor
the white mate school, be tendered the
I Parislh ehorl Board for use of thetir achools
for twelve months, from 1st September,
Resolved further, That the lcity schools
be open to none but children living in the
city of Monroe, and between the ages of 1
and 18 years.
,The followiang resolution was passed:
Be it resolved, etc., That pledssitop be
i, and 1is hereby granted the Houato., Com
b- tral Arkanss and Morthern. RiLkad
oe- ciInchey in dte ete tsft
ilhtee '. i P Rail5 . t
ton, the s¶
I them iidae" o
P de4 That sa, lsa r
bel"Anthes wemaic ibs
esr~s ndb ` h seretruetsosese '
snd death ieemed fuilanienl r
"Anoeth he wopudet al dis, an t
made. atl thatc troI leez rin,tTb. ip
Dis wias ittenedk ilue o Wqb N
ibr seven "ar sbe witbetoed
test, butre ir l bottle o nt D. Ae n hol
cud death sceemed uininenh View th
m onths she coughed inoe. ed eo
note le . She bought orf uor a hbeitl o
Dr. Ring New DIOve reirecone to ion
ira wastso much relieved on talriatir
dose trIt she Vslep all night s ti moti' ol
bottle has been mnlrsonlenslý cured,. aer
--mc sordi. Luther.Luitor fort wrets
W.O. Heanrick * Co.,. of Shbeby. 'N..
et.e fIree tral bottle roat Dr.A.. t clO '
Wlanted orm .
Boys, over 8 years old, and m o ralsing
ia the vested oir oif Grace ohube (pis
copal). The y wil be requireo to be regu
iar in attendance and wile receive thorough
Instructions inu vocal music In srnpensa
tian of their servicee. Spedil Indue rnela
are oiffred by the Ictor for thef eithtu
performanle of their dutile. Appl. daily
from 3 to 4ip. n. at reridenoce to
P Wa je- ,
Organist and hpoirmaster.
The Verdit Ueanimorus.
IV. D. Suit, Druggist~ Birpns, Inad. testa
Iles: "1I can recommon& Eleiertd Blttere as
thetvery best remedy. Every bottle. 'old
has given relief in every case. One maca
took tix bottles, and was cred ofl rhelumla
tism of 10 years' standinug." AbrabI
Hiare drnggist lle.lle, Ohlo , I;rmr
'The beaet elling.nr dicio If hate 'overt
handled in my 2O years' ex. riene, is
Eectio Bitters. l1 uosands oaotiers have
added their tetimon y, so that this verdict
Is unanimous that Electric Sitters do cure
all diseases of the Liver Kidneys or Biod.
Only a half dollar a .bottle at Dr. A. 1.
Duckli's' Aruiboa Ualv6.
the Best Salve in the world for Cobb,
Brumes, Bores, Ulcers, Rheum. Fever Sore,.
Tatter Chapped hands, Chilblains Corns,
aud all Skin Eroptions, and poattively
sures Piles, or no pay required. It is
guaranleed to give' rofe satlsfactlon, or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by Dr. A. B. LSholara.
Why suffer from constipation. when you
have such a plrasnt'and poasllve remedy
in Casoarlne? Pries N0. and`1.
STATE OF LOUISIANA, PARINHI OF
OUACIIITA, MAGISTitATE'S COURT,
T DO SOLEMNLY SWEA:A, THAT ON
tihe let day of July, 185~(, at Omoga, I took
up an eatray Pony, dark bay with front
and bind white feet. I further swear that]
have not altered the mark or marks, brand
or brands, otherwise disgulned or disfig
ured the said animal and that thoe owner
theroft is unknown to me.
Sworn to and subseribed belore me this
5th day of July, 1880. P. TROUARD. J. P.
$250,000 TO LOAN I
THE UNDERSIGNED 18 PREPAIRED
to negotiate loans on Monroe city
property and on plantatlons In Ouschita
and nelghboring parlabesou long time and
at reasonable rates of Interest.
July 20--,ms. L. D. McLAIN.
OUACIITA RIVER CONSOLIDATE D|
J. W. B]LANKS, FERD V. CELLOS,
I E CORONA,
T. a. W ENEY, Master,
J. V. JORDAN, Clerk.
Leaves New Orleans every Wedheaday at
5bp. i. Leaves Monroo, (returning), every
Saturday at 5 p. m. Connects with boats
for Bayous Bartholomew and WArbonne.
For freight or prsmage aply to M. L. MEIR
EDIT., Sp't Monroe Wharf-boat.
I TRUMTI CO Or ANm A CIT
IMPR)VRKD BILL )'ARMS,
BIVV.B PLANTATIONM. ANDI
GOOD BUTNEBI PRIIorTRTY.
Long Time. Low Interest. No Oommtu
ntea cbarged. Prompt Action. Addre,
J. 0. TO NKIES, AOUNT,
,-"8 Pc~8. SW tt
twf' . y : uia
North Bkitlah troanfli%ýý'+' "-Iý';`
'London A aPoRa~b
Sootmbls Union At wrdona4
Lion. I , " . .,.,,
"The diffbrono I n the ooat of 14·h. . '
and the pmeaua Insna. la bt .t
the diftrnos in oaurn of icesny
cleat tnPbenkrtspI5,ou."' 3p -3 º ...
ta~ials aup~ped"with b e41a~34i
male or auadq to ord~er..
TODAU CO. olGA! S
Kept in stook and- will .oe besl tteloeset
tMarket price. _______
PRPIWPSIONAL OAftw S
t Monure, La. Y lulb, a s.
STONIE & UP IIPfT.
" AT't'ORNEYW AT LAW.
Will practloe in the Wpderal sad State
oouets. O lfice s Monroe and Tallulah, La
.t.aJOANa. 5.3.DOATlIWs. a.T. LAMKg.
Oeonrer St. Joh and Wood streets.
Nortbea t Corner P ubl quare.
S. EBOIIILAlI -
D.AA'O1 Y AT LAW,
Oloo: Corner St. John and Wood atrests.
Northeast Corner Public Square
: V.: MraSIUMGJ. 0. 3. cONUTOax.
--A'fSe U1LL , 0 a d'L
Office paotalrs. Bernisdt's bull lua.
NEW ORLEANS CARDS.
E DWIN I. KUIIMltEEDT, Awtw
Monuments, Tombs, Headstones,.
-And all kilnd. of
MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS.
MARBLE AND ENCAOSTIO FLOOR
!TIL, MARBLE STATUARY IRON
CHAh i sTrEFES AND RALiL1NG,
MARBLI VASES AND URNS.
120 AND 122 CAMP TB rET.
OppIite Lafayette Bqunare.
NEW ORLEANS, LA,
1_ Wm,. BARTON,
CHAIBERS, ROY k (CO.-Limltead.
Importers of Wlnes ad- Liquors,
80 Tohophloula & 8a New Lvetset..,
Bet. Natchez and Gravter St..
-. NEW ORLEANS, LA.
A. S. LECHE, - PRINCIPAL..
DAY, BOARDItNG AND NZoTr crOOL
Thie most tliorowgb tr"nls In aj) ii,
Matbematlec, Ijlbs em an Ses ".
Sesaloe Boglas - Ml"-y, SeptI , 1i36.
seerence : Joe A. are, at"
Sperintendt.ot Pnbile N ldam
tams bhoe Il "Nw - • '
ýr Ssnd foe prusp das, 7a'.