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VOL.1. MONROJ ,4.J FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1870.%IqR
An Independent Newspaper;
PIJBLISHED) DAILY AND WEEKLY, ATP1
MONROE, OUAdHITA PARISH, LA.,
BY G. W. MgeCRArtAE.
TERMLS OF D3A.ILTY:
Single copies..... ..........r...... .....$ 10
O4ne copy per week.............................. 50
Five copies per week......................... 2,00
One copy for three months..................... 4,00
Five copies, one address, for 3 months.. 17,50
µ' If not paid in advance 25 per cent.will
ie added to the above rates.
TERMS OF WERLSY :
The following rates of subscriptioºi will be
rigidly adhered to in all cases:
single copics............. ............. .$ 10
, We copy for six nllonths ..................... 2,00
ine copy for one year......... ................. 3,00
Arrival and Departure of the Mails.
From Monroe to Vicksburg-Carrying'
ilI mail matter for the Western, Eastern,
Mliddle, IPacilic and Atlant ic States, and New
I)lepart- daily at :i A. M.:
Arrive; daily at 7 P. M. iunhday- exelpt
from Shreveport to Monroe
Arrives daily at 4 A. M.:
Departs daily at ti, P. M.
From Camden, Ark., via Farmerville to,
Arrives Sundays, Wedncedayvs and Fri
dlays at 4 A. M.:
,I:parts Mondays, Wedtiedays and Fri
.lays at 6i; P. M.; closes at 1i P. M.
From Monticello, Ark., via Bastrop, to
lays at 5 A. M. Closes evening previous at
a o'clo' ,k.
From Hillsboro, Ark., via Onachita City
Arrives Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur.
days at 2 P. M.;
Departs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri
liays at 0( A. M. (tloses evening previous at
i;. iCHARtI)oN. JAS 1). t'EkSERY.
Richardson & McEnery,
~ TTORNEYS - AT- LAW, Monroe, La,
1 pra.tioe in all the parishes of North Lou
isianla, in the Sup)remlle Court at Monroe, the
Federal c'ourts, and in the Land Office De
lartinet of the (ieneral Governnment.
. H. .31,1RltISON. W'. W. FARMER.
Morrison &d Farner,
ITTo°'RNEYS AT LAW, Monroe, La.,
-will practice in the Courts of the Pa,
tithes of Ouachita, Morehouse, Richland,'
Franklin and (aldwell, in, the Supreme
c 'urt, and in the United States Courts.
Will also attend to all business intrusted to
them in the State and Federal Land Offices.
m~bbs . coCbb,
'ITTORNEYS AT LAW, Monroe, La.,'
1will practice in the Courts of the 12th
Judicial District, composed of the Parishes
o.f Morehouse, Ouachita, Caldwellt Cata
houla and Franklin; also in the Parishes of
Jackson and Union. v4n82
R A. FLANAGAN,
11'I T tMH3I KAERU ANI) JEWIVELER,
Ali work intrusted to his care will be exe
a."ted with neatness, care and dispatch antd
tally wart anted. decl2-d3m
(LIVER & BYRNE,
I/,,' ii,r.1 ratd Fortardingq .Mer!hantds
D)ealers.in General 3ferchandise.
. -Agents for Agricultural Inplements
'fi all description, also River and Fire Insur
.mie and Houthern Express (onmpany.
EOlRGE C. ENNSIN(4ER'S
('() N F'E CTI () N ER Y,
D,'hk Block, l br, D)e,'iord &* #Greua al..
('akes of all kindsl, plain and ornamented;
'a4nidies; Candied Fruits Ytn; fresh, pre
rvedl alndl canned Fruits; Fancy Articles;
Nick-Nacks, and evorything kept in tiret-.
.lass Confectionery. Particular attention
given to Dinners, Party, Ball and Wedding
S.uppers. SnMMr, H Arar.--Ice Gream, 0o
Is and Mineral Waters, ind Refreshing
I hintks of all kinds. dcl12-cdthu
E. DREYFUS * CO.,
Have just reeived ý . pt4 Iysortment
of latest styles
RENT'AN WINTER CLOTHIN(G,
ii malitfacSuredttohthIrk y l . I /
An invoice of fine hand-sewed
BOO)TS AN) tIOES',
II AT* ,
IDR Y (OOD',
BO ) OTN & NHIOES',
mul a variety of other a rtilc-t.
FNLVE (,OO S J( 'T IRECEII.ED,
AND OF THE
zirLadies are specially invited to eall
and examine the superior and latest styles
of Goods expressly selected for them.
WHOLESA.LE DEALER IN
J)t Y (JOOI)N,
; Ro 0 'EIIEN,,
WINTER GO( I)S & GR(OCERITS.
I am constantly receiving additions to tLfy
already large and well selected stock of
,*aple and Fane1,y I? y Good.,
Bo1.t, Shoes, (tips, Hats,
and (Greeri*s qf all kinds,
And will sell them as cheap, if not cheap
er, than any house in North Loullsana.
Having a large and commodious ware
house and cotton-shed, I am prepared to ro
ceive and forward cotton and freight of all
kinds, on the most liberal terms.
N. B.--Will pay the highest market price
for cotton, hides, and produce of all kinds.
decl2---d~ln G. C.
eDeale.r in ly Goods, iGroceries, Harnd
ware, FLurnitdre and Pfandation ,'applies..
,ttKeeps constantly on hand a vlriety of
tine Cigars and Tobacco, Wines and Liquors
of every kind.
Hihqhest priee.s pid for (htton and (Obuntry
OU"t 0. SANDERS,
Groceries, Tbbacco, 7Ilne. ai ! Liquor',.
Faney a((lA9apJle Dry Goods, HIarv
ware, Bar Iron and a(stings,
and LJAn'dret h's Gardet Need*,
orner Grand aRnd DeNtard areets,
MONROEi LA. ectltL3mn
E. 8. AUSTIN,
, , , .....
libhetl pridcesl-inr mly 1roe4e,.e Weaten+
ProDuet . J orsc, on, Four, &c.:
4 .3, '. .... . d:3m '
Bj . GARRETSON'S
, h YOFA4EE, HIOVN," •
MON ROE, LA.
'This is an entirely aew. salooriý ronve'
niiently located, and 'furnisheod entire with
new bar-fixtures. The beoat brands of liquors
and cigs kept. fotr customer, and polite
attention guaranteed. The saloon is opened
every morningat day-break, decl2 -d3xn
NEW QRLEANS CARDS.
ANDREW J. AIKEX. .JOHN W. WATT.
AIKEN & WATT,
AND COMMISSION MER('HANTS,
No. 60 Carondelet Street, New Orleans, La
Special attention given to orders for the
purchase of all descriptions of Produce,
Agricultural Implements, and Plantation
Supplies. AIKEN & WATT.
September 23, 1870. nl:ly
A. LEVY. I. L. HrAAS.
L EVY & HAAS,
[ [Formerly of C(oluotmbi, La.,]
COTTON FACTORS AND GENERAL
No. 42 Perdido Street, New Orleans.
. PINCKNEY SMITH,
V 'COTTON FA(TOR,
imfission Mearlchnt and General ; Pur
No. 196 ;ravier StWeet, New Orlians nl tf
K.L. A.Vi. (. " C. B. BI'CKNE$. 3'¶K BYStWM,
JAMEE, HItCKNER & CO., .
(Y)Tl'oN FA(.'TORS AND COMM~'iS4QN
('OTTON ANDI WOOLEN GOODS,
BOOTS, SHOES, BARRELS,.
HOGSHEAD$ AND BRICKS
No. 140 Grhrier St reet, New Orldens.
)IBERION & HEWS,
1[,(4essorS to Pitkilt, lier)"on Q Cb.]
FINE CLOTHING AND) FURNISHING
Nos. 13 and 15 ('amp Street, oplposite the
Suits at $12, $15, $25 and $t0i Overcoats at
$10, $12, $15, and $20 to $40; also boys'
clothing, prices moderate.
Goods warranted as represented. Planters
and others are invited to call and examine
pENN, PACE & SIMMOil S
C(OTTON FAC'TOR, ANI) COMMIION.
No. 50 U'nlon, Ctreet,
NEWI ORU A bANS.
,ecewuber 18, 1369. u4:ly
,IJCoUoWS, ERUr and H~a o EY,
erali. -. No. .. W edIdo ee ,,
, i CMrden, Ark. '
8. FEA# USO!%,
,Late (Gills & Felwgson, N. O.
('ALVIN M. HERVEY,
Itemwtiesd Co., Ark.
Decembeer 19., 1A. nl2:ly
SCHOOLS ANO COLLEGES.
UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA,
'1 LAW DRPAIRTMET.
. The annual Course ofJletures in this de
partment will begin on The second Monday
of November, 1870, and continue until com
inencement day in the ensuing Spring. Stu
'dents of law desirous to matriculate will
apply to C. R_.0cuIly,
80 Cus ean.
July 22, 1870. n44:5m
lev. Charles F. Evans, Principal,
W"ill open with a full aunil Coi3itent corps
of. tesh&4rs,,4il thi 16t te" hdit
Church in Monroe, on
Monday, J!amts,c 16ith, 1871.
The latest and most inliprovel methods of
instructies "*ill be putlied, dnd tholrongh
and impartial discipline enforced.
A linmited number of boys,under ten years
of age will be received, atd taught in ma ep
A,nS personaal, saAlUeatio will be m11ude,
the Principal takes this utehodo[lpf soliciting
the patronage of hit 4PtAend in this and ad
RnatC., of T i ion,, for /,'r,,r (t 13 IF,', k.:
Primary Class ...... ................ . . .) 00;
Intermediate .................................. 12 00;
Academic............................ 15 00;
Music................... ........ 1 00;
Incidental fee.................................... 50;
One-half in advance, halance at the end of
For further information apply to
C. F. EVANS,
dec24 70 n14-tf Parsonage, Monroe, Ia.
TRENTON HIGH SCHOOL.
Rev. J. Lane Borden, PrincipaL
The Ei.tcri.ee of thia &/chool will Cboanemce on
tilhe Third day of October next.
The Board of Directors take this method
of informing the Public that a new and conm
mIodious School House is now being erected,
and will be ready for the opening of the
They have secured the services of Rev. J.
Lane Borden, as Principal, who has a well
earned reputation for proticiency,encyenergy and
enterprise as a teacher. The Principal has
engaged 9Mti Mary bylate of tits Bres
byterian lod iaai Tistitute,Talladega,Ala.,
who will take charge of the Female Depart
ment. Possessing a thorough edesation,
having had many years' experience as a
Teacher in the best sch9ola of the country,
and bringing testimonials of the highest
charsmer, she iscertainly well- qtltaied for
tlhe oSstlc Year consists of three terms,
rf thirteen weeke meh. Pupils ebargedifomn
time of entry to end of term. No deduct ions
made except I! eases of piotraeted sickness.
Tuition payable one-half in advanoe, and
one-half at the end of the term.
RATES OF TUITION:
For term of thirteen weeks: Primary
class, $e; Intermediate'clasm, $12; Acabemic
class, $15; Music, #15; naoidental fee, 5 pt.
Board can be secured in private families
at $15 per month.
BOARD OF DFI4rOTOB).
A. F. Flournoy, President, E. B. Blocker,
Secretary, B. P. Seppand, John Drago, T.
McGuire, Jethro Moore, 8. O. Larche.
Trenton, La.. Sept. 24, .1!7. nl-tf
(braner Grand and DeLiard ate., _
Keeps eqmotant1y oa hand a 00mpIt4 as
sortment of Dry (oods, Clothing, Furnish
ing Goods, Boole and Shoes, Hats and Saps,
Notions, Cutlery, *
Sold at the lowest piices. decl2--d3m
STOVES AND TINWARE.
A general assortment of these articles kept
on hand,and sold at reasonable prices by the
undersigned. Wholesale orders for Tinware
filled at New Orleans priees, freight added.
Repairs promptly attended to.
dea20-dt f Grand street, Monroe, La.
JHERLOUO CVO'l'tON SEED.
I, W BUSHESI FOOR SALE.
The undereigned has in store, for sale,
over 1i.50 bushels of the celebrated Her
long ('otto Seed,; This variety of.agttomn
iebd lhas ajnquired the preference over all
other vahrietle wherever fAirly tested. It is
mpiaLkablI prolilf und opqyI earlier )y
severAl days than the ordinary cottoin.
• J. HIOWELLh TATITUM, "etlton, La.
• Oct 15,1871.. , . n4:tt
jREpERICESON it 15A3ThE
DRUGS, MED IcIES, PAINxTOIL*, to.,
139 Canal Street, Ndw Orteans, La.
Sept. 10,1870 n51:ly