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Ito be making a . mistake:-='he ad
uyaceameta of learnnlg might be accel.
# . mhte continued use of the
eicking plaster. . ieosWbierig Ii.a tb
Sitwhlor diverts I he n Jfdafrom_ study,
thtire secholar would be, more likely
o latlt¢ 1 oisteqns wikle the plaster
S~eiuck to thi holaLr-GChi0(go Her ald.
da u e' 3,t1 ing :interesting
' pretty incident of the Ivy City
wil ro lt week Is beling told among
more i en riders at- their claus.
mile t is the romantic period
son before the war, when the Bouthern
*p was supreme In the ffalrs of
p to rTheptory is Wdylie. After
d tds his Asous rvictory
I 'be 04 won the olver eup that was worth
Pitb 1ti0, and golden opinionm worth very
al ehaj h .r ii Vlue, thee .was a
hits. strong ý sI s .hm-lg : the gentlemin
e riders, t"suebi e of. time Damblane
uli9h. i6i sand others to meet the owner of
ieMe the wlnoer, who is no other than Mims
,i B- Carter of the illaistrious: house of the
i Obnti Carters of Virglnil. Mer home is in
lea' Warrington, V. Miss l arter con
seated to meet some of gentlemen at
the clubhouls at:the close of the day's
eision sport.: T.heider of Modoc, Mr, Mad
bsen dox,:.Was alsdib present. lThe newly
ter I won ep,- which holds- a gllon, was
i the Slhd wilth champgne and the ladies
inot' ,ui gsistlemen present drank from It in
Char- tle old Ioving-cup fashion, pledging the
Liar as fture succesm of Mise Carter's Mo
itsoan . 4-o.
ie ` N. 0. States: The news transmitted
spite (tom Washlngton, several days ago,
tOer pt that Mr. Levi P. Morton, vice Presi
ite as dent of the United Stater, has opened
light- up and was reunning a glided gnlomili
Tie- of maagnlfioeat proportions In Wash
York isgton, was almost too startling to be
e edlied at first. There seems, how
ever, to be no doubt of the fact, as the
signatures of residents and property
owners in the block are being gathered,
with a view to securing a license.
i was 8eapibng at a temperance meeting In
i. BDDston of the latest addition to the
y tar cldatiogue of noted saloons and salpon
iso sle, ex.Governor SL. John, of Kansas,
delivered himself of some sentiments
he "l that Will And an echo of approval as
wll onlldde as insilde of the prohibi
tio riroirles. "Look," he said, cat the
d1 te aeiastle presented to the youth of tbls
he natoo. A man holding the second of.
h * s Ia o tbis great government, one who
af IblatO step lite the praldeaoy,
the proprietor of a whisky saloon.
Ste Shame on such a man, and shame on
the party of which he stands forth as
s Ot of the tow of disouolion that has
arleses from the marlae conference sev
Ses ra thing have assumed deflnate
Thuas the peoplecan now see
h (ed r laternatioul "rales ofl
, th ad t mia, for a universal sys
iarl to be easlty recogalied
of a atH tions, for prate.
hshil vessels at the New
bko or, o a commoa msth
'sg gia lbhts apon the
isome aplatioq to g
. rem tale or son stormas,
sni cuts are agitated
-ihtd the devles for
stb a r tmeetns pbet new
mala M sean eraeate mform
ie highwaysm of the
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: o wil do *ofk at Reasonfa ft.
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the "GW3X TO GETTING UP 88
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ago, A SELECT STOCK
l.t o Stationeryl
ageose. ALWAYS ON TANDC
to the ......P.
hoW- nt all newryi
as antumrta erpol
cause. anWYv us
:aoss, Wewante wallth worentwustet to
no;i~I on us, a wllbb asnetl, s
~I~ antspditsummlr, ndwth at ourpcpl
'at the clansgie us. poitt Or
Sof- Weles wantit absmuch wescats
deew executeo wha is entustOIedS to
ce say- selvsbady als uchaans. c
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wsetint oudrs cuty eS M al
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of the "i.)
Ciziing ands: -n ;NorhLh0
UGUGHT' AND B OLD OI t?0
0oupy to Lend on Oeuitr#v or City 0opet
Loaoa Farms, Plantatiossor t rOty .
on long timd and at lowest rate throil.
J>BAJ2WIz SMITH, CALDwEL t
Will also loam. property, collect rot. ay taer
conduct a general real estate business.
No charge for pro er entrusted to s
sale unless sale is ef teG
We list the following choice Oountry and Oity 9p j
50;LOTS I A=8L'"NADDýTION. ' "
IrESDENCE. o DnC orner
Teon math street by.60 on senre t. I
-Dwelling hbos containping S roomsru, ~w
kitchen, cistern, cow o e, good bl
rprone s on fu oen Price, 1,sod. Terms.
ialf ah, balance odl and years wite 1
-erceý.int.ý if . t-t.
D on Grammoount stree, be
tween 6th and 7th streets. Lot 70z18 55
foot. Five rooms. Outbulldain s, stable,
barn, etc. Che for cash.
1'aB STEWAN;,T AR1DENCE, corner
1 Telemaque and St. John sreeta. For
sale or rent.
OTln rearofJudge co bY s,180lSOzO1 feet, t1
-on corner.oalyrpso anda '.al Lstreets.
T O. 75x146 corner 60h and Wood u reels. 0
S 4fine propmlerty at a.bargaiu. £
a EXCHANGE.-$4000 stockgent'.' fur
L niahllng and general merchanudise and.,
flourlahing buliness in Pine Bluff, Ark.,
for Monroe property.
pO SALE. Orange grove, Maniteo Co.,
SFlorida. In fll aing, at a sacrifice.
BIIAaNG LOT in Trenton with stable, a
bunggyhouse, cistern and fruit trees.
oQ ACER GOOD HILTL LAND. For
OU3 miles west or town on V.8 . & P. .
R. Fronts on two public roads. For So
dayvs $50 cash.
PLARli of 107 acres adjoining the town iof
1. Delhi on V. S.& p.,ailroad at crossing
0! Brinkley ailro.dul. n'0 acres in cultiva
tion, balance woodland; good iwmprove
Tments. A~a n. V RESIDENCE with
TWO- .JLU.L- onut-buildings,
stables, etc., and 7 acres in lot. under fence,
finelv improved, in town of Bastrop,l1500,
one-Lhlrd cash balance 1 and 2 years.
a l1 A.CRES, 2 miles below Monroe, 20 In
1 IUcultivadon, balance good timber.
Cheap and on long time.
A'I ,O-RE. 41 mles wes of city, on V.,
OUv S. P, . 700o. Half cash.
A PLAMN'ATION well improved and in a
ba high state of coltiva' ion; above over
flow. Tlen miles below Monroe, fronting
on Onohlta rive, containing 33 acres, 90 in
cultivation, balance woodland : $4,000, on
LACRES OF LAND KNOWN AS
aVV Grin place, 6 miles north east of
L: Monro. 76acresceared and under fence.
Fine orhard. $7F10.
STONE & MURPHY,
Refer by permission to OUAOHITA NATIONAL BAN.
C. J. BO A'"NER. J. S. OA's
Boatner & Boatner, '
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
1WONROE, LAm. `'
Lais, - Plantations - a - City - Props#:
Bought and Sold on Commission. .i
gI'To persons having property for sale, we offer an absolut
free medium of advertisement. Therefore advertise
your property if you want to sell it. Send
in your application it you want to -
buy. Our services cost noth
ing if not fruitful.
We are novw offerin,,,he rollowing choice property :
e0n ACRES--FAWNSDALE PLANTATION-Situated 2,; mi'es below
300 210 acrea cleared; good dwelling, fencing, etc. Price x:5.00 per act e; on0
casb; balance on two years' tinme. "
ea Rd OF10 LAND- milD -ies f'om Monroe on the Natchitoches road; 70 ire
82'0 ee d n od. Ar ad oe h.
WEST MONROE ADVERTISEMENTS. .
IXUleIOI S! AND Pi&asI11a IIL,
F. VOLLMAN, Proprietor.
POST OFFICE: - - - WEST HONROIE,
-MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN-
ROUGH, DRESSED AND MATCHED
Pine and Cypress Lumbei
HEART AND SAP SHINGLES,
:DOORtS, BASlE, BLI NDS, EIT .
The filling of orders and answeziut letters of importance promptly and faith
attended to. A liberal share of the public patronage solicited.
These mills, of but recent construction. are ti uated on the west bank of Oulraj
rive, immediatelv ,bove tho Monroe 0.1 Alills. I have a railroad track conei
rheaU ith the V.. . & P. R. and lae a safe aud convenient steamboat landing. ac I
eItioved by no other m .ll beareabu , and '" y which I m enabled to offer ann ind
neuv lo patrons residing along the railroad of river as will make it dcIdl to
alvanlage to deal with nue. . O
A. J. hE LLER, Agent, Monroe. La.
IUNION OIL COMPAN¥'
L. D. McLAIN, Manager, MONROE,L
Will pay cash for cotton seed, at highest market prices;'
exchange cotton seed meal for seed.
Meal deliv ored on boats or cars at New Orleans price
aonts, new nabalol
wire sad-plsab e w
Sand above Irwv7 ater. _8# so,
open; sissiaon insry . 1889.
18 ORS WST, OP OUK
160 p L. D go. N o- • 1 ý oi i eO
i l0miles northof Homer in
parila, 3 mllte esiast 1vbi an
RFalroad; 9.0 scres. oleast and!
oivation, the remaindlr very ftrtil'
finely timbered, soil equally- divid
tween red choablate and a greo.
loam, the red lands are went alpt
grain ofall kind sand red clover gr
-imprvements fortennani man be
divyded into 4 tracts, each f IWbldii
make adeslrable farm. I is erlt so
with water here beingon place
free atone water and 2 creeks ran th
the nlantation: Finest place in the
for a stock farm. Price reasonable
terms easy. Price on application
L ARGE CYPRESS BRAKES.
r U Cheap.
AR, 117 acres, on Bayou DeSia
F acres in cultivation, b.llance ti
f good dwelling and improvementp,
J building on place; good orchard. Clio.
- ,6 ACRESi, 4 miles west of clty on
8iA P. Railroad, 150 acres cleared, bal
timber. Cheap and on easy terms.
I GO ACRES adjoiningm Government
, 1 iment Fartnm at Cathoun, 60 acres ;
good dwelling and improvements;
' C Eot8u 9 miles below Velbli on
U7 gon; ri e and bottom lands; 1
. tlally eleared; ne growth of pecan t
/aces of Bermuda .
, I d80,res 8 milessoutb oBastropon
/ roo road; 80 oreopen; com
a Idi111ag and nalbins; 'god. P. g
r- i tst mill; rlge and creek bottom
ig |1500; long time.
S ACES good bill land, 4 mil
>n £ I Uof Monroe on V. S. A P. R. R.,
]are;longg time. "
IS 20t' AoCQE " miles south'of Bsft
of line of projeted railroad; 60 so
.I g6od land, good tenement bopeas, go
chard; 00; long time.
ay e. y - - ±I · ý- +
'yes N*.0Is:`iý 4dneedaya `6s$ y
AJv Bay'upw9mtk oio eW aa4 D'Arboau6 ,.
For freight or prease. aly to ML. I°M-$
EUDITH ,8V ori wt
monumients, T jI hIadstonel66u
MARBLE AND, G4 'WU WORKS.
MARBLE AND ENCAUSTIC FLOOR
TILE- MARBLE" SYARY, IRON
UaARBrl vov A ,PRN9. 40
120 AND 122 CAk0WmiS .
CHAUJ BB8, ROY A 00.--LimiteL:
* *OLESALjE ROCERS.
Importers or Wises- ild Liquors,. _
36 TJohaap onus a 24 New Levee Sta.,
Heti. Napo " - Qii~ St LA
aad._.:' w -ORLEANS. I.A.A
UNPR CEENT-ED ATTRACTION I
O E 0 RIBUTEDI
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
Incorporated by the Legalstore for
educational and Charitable purpose,
and its franchise made a part of the present
State constitation, in 1879, by an oven
WfELrMIRE POPULAR VOTE.
ItsGRAND EXTRAOP.DINARY DRAW
INGS take place semi-Aunnallr (Jane and
December), and Its GRaND) 810NGLN
NUMBER DRAWINGS take place on each
of the other ten months in the year, and
are all drawn in public, at the Academy of
'Music, New Orleans, La.
'We do hereby certify that we upervise
the atrangements for all the Monthly and
Semi-Annual Drawings of Tuo Louisiaa
State Lottery Co.,and i.t pprsou mansae
and control the D'awiougs themselves, and
that the same are conducted with honesty,
fairness, and in good faith toward all par
ties, and we naulor zs the Company to use
this certificate with f.-ajnsiles of our
signatures attached in its adiertiaements.'?
We the underasgned Banks and Bankers
will pay all Priaes drawn In ise Louisiana
State Lo. series, which may hi presented at
3.M.WALMSLEY,P res. La. Na. Bank.
P. LANAUX, Pres. State Nat. Bank.
A.BALDWIN," Pres. N. 0. Nat. Bank.
CARL CORN, Pres. UnionsNat. Bank.
GRAND MONTH LY DRAWING
WILL TAKE PLACS
At the Academy of Musie, New Orleas,
TUESDAY, NOV. 12, 1889,
CAPITAL PRIZE, - $300,000
r 100,000 Tiekets at Twenty Dollars;
Halves, $10; Qaraters, $3; Tenths,
$2; Twentieths, S. -
LITST OF PRIZES:
1 PRIZE OF 1300,000 is................00,000
1 PRIZE OF l00,00 Is ............... 100,000
I PRIZIE OF' 50,000 i ............... 59,00
1 PRIZE O' 25,000 i............... 25,000
2 PRIZES OF 10,000Are ............ 20,000
. PRIZES OF 5,000 are............. 25,000
25 PRIZES OF 1,000 are........... 25,000
100 PRIZES OF 500 are...........0. 5000
i200 PRIZES O 800 are ............. 60,00
-00 PRIZES OF 200 are............. 100,000
- 100 Prizes of $500 are................. ....... 50,000
100 Prizes of 800 are.......................... 30,000
1100 Prizes of 200 are ...................... 20,000
S999 Prizes of $00 are ........................$ 99,900
999 Prizes of 100 are......................... 99,900
3,134 Prizes, amounting to......91,054,8.00
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE.
~,.For CLUB RATES, or any further in
formation desired, write legibly to the un
dersigned, clearly stating your residence,
withbtate, County, Street and N;umber.
- ore rapid return mail deli'ery will be
assured by your enolosirn an Envelope
beating your full address.
All ordinary Letters containing Postal
Notes. Money Orders issued by all Ex
press Companies or New Yo.k Exchange.
M. A. DAUPHIN,
New Orleans, La.
Address Registered Letters containing
New Orleans National Bank,
New Orleans, La.
- REMEMBER That the only genuine
~g Louisiana Stare LotteryTickets issued nu
der the State Cha. ter, are recognised by the
highest Courts, are invariabl by
M. A. DAUPHIN, Prealdent, gndoraed
by Guea. BEaul.nOAn and e-rL, Super
visors of the Drawings, and guaranteed by
National Banks of New Orleans, as to the
payment of its prizes. None others are
All so-called "Suoplements." "Original
Little Louisiana" or 6ther Imitations with
unlawful use of the Louislana State Lot
SteryCompany's uame,bypeeeas unknown
[under assumed or ctitf om names, are at
Stempts to deceive the public by flse pre
tense, offering no guarantee whatsoever.
SRMEMBER THAT ONE DOLLARts
the Price of the smallest pt or fraetiope
a ticket issued In ary drawing. Anything
W- in our name offired at a le pre, is 9ithe
~a counterfeit or a swindle.