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VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1871. -)H A -n(~9.T24.
An Ind+pedIftt 'Newspaper;
PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY, AT
MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA.,
.$Y e· . w eC0eANIE.
TERMS OF DA.IL'Y:
Single copies .....................................$ 10
One copy per week............................ 50
Five copi" per weeok.. ..................
One copy for thred moths....................... ,
Five copies, one address, for 3 months.. 17,50
eIf not paid in advance 25 per cent.will
he added to the above rates.
TERMS OF WB~LY :
The following rates of subscription will be
rigidly adhered to in all cases:
Single copies.........................................$ 10
One copy for six months..................... 2,00
One copy for one year...... ............... 3,00
Arrival and Departure of the Malls.
Fronm Monroe to Vicksburg-Carrying
all mail matter for the Western, Eastern,
Middle, Pacific and Atlantic States, and New
Departs daily at b A. M.;
Arrives daily at 7 P. M. (Sundays except
From 8hreveport to Monroe
Arrives daily at 4 A. M.;
Departs daily at 6% P. M.
From Camden, Ark., via Farmerville to
Arrives Sundays, Wednesdays and Fri
days at 4 A. M.;
Departs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri
days at 6O P. M.; closes at 6 P. M.
From Monticello, Ark., via Bastrop, to
Arrives Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur
days at 6 P. M.;
Departs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri
days at 5 A. M. Closes evening previous at
From Hillsboro, Ark., via Oaachita City
Arrives Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur.
days at 2 P. M.;
Departs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri
clays at 6 A. M. Closes evening previous at
DR. J. CALDERWOO)D. DHi. THOS. Y. ABY.
Des. ('alderwood & Aby.
OFFICE in rear of Bernhardt's building,
Second street, between DeSiard and tihe
Railroad. Jan 5, 1871 d&w
R. R('HARDSON. . JAS D. M'ENERY.
Riehardson & MeEnery,
A TTORNEYS - AT- LAW, Monroe, La.,
practice in all the parishes of North Lou
isiana, in the Supreme Court at Monroe, the
Federal Courts, and in the Land Office De
partment of the (;oneral 4Government.
". H. MORRISON. W. W. FARMER.
Morrison & Farmer,
S'rTORNEYS AT LAW, Monroe, La.,
Lwill practice in the Courts of the Pa
rishes of Ouachita, Morehouse, Richland,
Franklin and Caldwell, in the Supreme
Court, and in the United States Courts.
Will also attend to all business intrusted to
them in the State and Federal Land Offices.
F. P. STUBn. t. o(. COBB.
Stubbs ad Cobb,
A TTORNEYS AT ILAW, Monroe, La.,
will practice in the Courts of the 12th
Judicial District, composed of the Parishes
of Morehouse, Ouachita, Caldwell, Cata
houla and Frankllk; also in the Parishes of
Jackson and Union. v4n32
OLIVER & BYRNE,
ecP(eir.inl anw ForIwardini q 3 ereChanls,
D)wlera' Ert Genera MerharEivdisce.
-JAgonts for Agricultural Implements
of all doceription, also River and Fire Insur
ance and Southern Express Company.
EORGE C. EN$SMINGER'8
Brif,' llock, 'c,,c" De siard t G;ra·d .v(t..
Cakes of all kinds, plain andul ormnaunented;
Candies; (Candled Fruits; Nuts; fresh, pro.
served and cinned Fruits; Fancy Articles;
Nick-Nacks, and everything kept in Irst
class 'onufectionery. Particular ,attention
given to Dinners, Party, Ball and Wedding
Nuppers. SUMMER SEAsoY.-TIee Cream, So
da and Mineral Waters, and Refreshing
Drinks of all kinds... -.- decl2---d3m
20 SACK(S OF OATH 1br sale by
llt (lEO. CHAMBERLAIN.
PL AIN AND) FANCY JOB WORK
]XEi(CUTED rAT Tills OFFICE..
Have just received a splendid assortment
of latest styles-
GENT'S WINTER CLOTHING,
manufactured to theirorder.
An invoice of fine hand-sewed
BOOT' AND NIHO E,
ROO'IW & SHOE',
and a variety of other articles.
FLVE GOODS J( WT RECEIVED,
AND OF THR
J-ALadies are specially Invited to call
and examine the superior and latest styles
of Goods expressly selected for them.
WHOLESALE DRAI.ER IN
WINTER (;OOl & (G;R(ERIES.
I am constantly receiving additions to my
already large and well selected stock of
,taple and .hbry lDry Goods,
Roots, Moes, (Ops, Hats,
andl Groceri( Q qf all kinds,
And will sell them as cheap, if not cheap
er, than any house in North Louisiana.
Having a large and cunommodious ware
house and cotton-shed~ amn! repared to re
ceive and forward cotton and freight of all
kinds, on the most liberal terms.
N. B.-Will pay tihe highest market price
for cotton, bides, and produce of all kinds.
docl2-d3m O. C'.
DeIder in Iky Goods, G(irocies, Hard
ware, Furniture and Ploatation 'upp'lies.
JA-Keeps constantly on hand a variety of
line Cigars and TobqcCq, WVijes and Liquors
of every kind.
Hi qhet price, pjid foir (otton atndl ~untrU
OHN Gi. SANDERS,
Fancy (and Stapl D1y Goods, Hartd
ire, Bar Iron and Obrting ,
and Landrehi'a EGarden Needs,
c'onorner Grand and Demiard sreets,
MONROE, LA. decl2:3mt
E. 9 AUSTIN, T
MONR OE, LA.,
Rceives, stores and forwards cotton and
merchandise Mt nrling, W te, sid dbal,,- at
liberal prices, in Family Groceries, Western
Produce, Liquors, Bacon, Flour &c.
Dec. 13, 1 ; I 0- ,if d:3m
. B, GARRBT1ON'V.
COFFJER HO s, I
A44v TEN=PIN ALLEY,
c(rand Street-Monroe, La. *
Grad A#., beteetwen G7unntont 'fod Dektrd,
This is an entirely new saloon conve
niently located, and furnished entire with
new bar-fixtures. The best brands of liquors
and cigars kept for customers, and polite
attention guaranteed. The saloon is opened
every morningat dday-break* decl2--d3m
NEW ORLEANS CARDS.
ANDREW J. AIKEN. JOHN W. WATT.
AIKEN & WATT,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTH,
No. 00 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 25,1870. nl:ly
A. LEVY. 1. L. HAAS.
LEVY & HAAS,
([1brmerly of Cblumnbin, La.,]
COTTON FACTORS AND (ENERAL
No. 42 Perdido Street, New Orleans.
. PINCKNEY SMITH,
Coinmission Merchant and General Pur
No. 196 (iravier Street, New Orleans.nl2:tf
8. L. JAMES. (. B. BUCKNaE. TOM BYNUM.
JAMES, BICKNER & CO.,
'IOT')N FACT')ORS AND COMMISSION
COTTON AND WOOLEN GOODN,
BOOTS, SHOES, BARRELS,
HOGSHEADS AND BRICKS
No. 140 Orayier ,treet, New Orleaeta.
W ITHERSPOON, MOSS & CO.,
New Orleans and Vicksburg.
July 2, 1870. nll:ly
0 T. OLIVER,
of North Louiaianc , with
1. W. ARTHUR & CO.,
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS,
AND WwTRBN PRODUVE.
No. 16 Tchoupitoulas and 16 Peters Streets,
January 1, 1870. _ ___
FREI)ERICKSON & I HATE,
])RUGS, MEDICINES, PAINT,OAIM, Ac.,
139 Canal Street, New Orleans, La.
Sept. 10, 1870 nSl:ly
D ON'T buy a Wagon until you see those
SI at Surgnor & Mullin's. t-t.
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES.
Rev. CharLes P. vasu, Prinacipal,
Will open with a full and competent corps
of teachers, 1ý the new brick M lthodist
ChuttOh SMro ,n .l, '. , ,+.*
Mondlay, January Illth, 1871.
The latest and most improved methods of
instrttn will be pursued, and thorough
wd tap.tal d niUMi '
A limited nunpbe of bof under ten years
of age will be rlefvA6, ,thd taught in a sep
As no personal application will be made,
the Principal takes this method of soliciting
the patronage of his friends in this and ad
Rates of Thtioup,for tern of 13 Week.,:
Primary Class ......................... 9 00;
Intermediate............. ......... ........ 12 00;
Academic.......... ......................... 15 00;
Music .......... ...... ........ 15 00;,
Incidental fee........ ...................... 50;
One-half in advance, balance at the end of
For further information apply to
C. F. EVANS,
dec`24 70 n14-tf Parsonage, Monroe, La.
TRENTON HIGH SCHOOL,
Rev. . Lase Borden, Prlilipal.
The tereW~se of wAia daooil aCbmemmenwe on
the Shird dayog of Otor neat.
The Board of Directors take this method
of informing the Public that h new and com
modious Sehool 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 *br proicieney,energy and
enterprise as a teacher. The Principel has
engaged Miss Ma Clisby, late of the Pres
byterian te lade ,Ala.,
who will take o he; emale Depart
meat. Possessing a thorough edueation,
having had many yeas' experience as a
Teahchr in the bet schools of the country,
and bringing testimonials of the highest
character, she is certainly well qualified for
The Scholastic Year consists of three terms,
of thirteen weeks each. Pupils charged from
tlmeof entry to end of term. No deductions
made except in cases of protracted sickness.
Tuition payable one-half in advance, and
one-half at the end of the term.
RATES OF TUITION:
For term of thirteen weeks: Primary
class, 9; Intermediate class, $12; Acabemic
class, $15; Mtflec, 115; Incidental fee, 50 cts.
iko*rd can be secured in private families
at $15 per month.
BOARD OP DIRECTORs.
A. F. Flournoy, President, E. B. Blocker,
Secretary, B. D. Sheppard, Jbhn Drago, T.
McGuire, Jethro Moore, 8. L. Iarche.
Trenton, La.. Sept. 24, 1870. nl-ti
(brner grand and DeWard st.,.,
Keeps constantly on hand a complete as
sortment of Dry Goods, Clothing, Furnish
ing Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hlats and Saps,
Notions, Cutlery, &c,
Sold at the lowestprices. decl2--d3m
STOVES AND TINWARE.
BU R1\AL CASES.
A general assortment of these articles kept
on hand,and sold at reasonable prices by the
uttdeRsigned. Wholesale orders for Tinware
filled at New Orleans prices, freight added.
Repairm pmaoptly attended to.
deeSb-dtf Grand street, Monroe, La.
EJ. JHART & CO.,
. Wholesle dealers, importers and comn
mission s erchaPtoa in GocUries and Drug,
Nos. 73,75 and 77 Thoupitoulas Street, New
Orleans, La. We kesp constantly on hand
Liquors,Teas, Tqbavoo, Segars, Sugar, Coffee,
Provisloris, and all decrions ofGroceries
Drugs, Cisejnmis, Dy Seufts, Paints, Oils,
Varnishes, Window (Glass and Patent Medi
cines. January 1, 1870. nl15
HOUSE A$1) SIGN PAINTER,
training, gilding, glaming, kalsomining and
paper hanging. Shop opposite court-house
S~oC.otUtoy Work promptly attended to.
Mnroe, I~a., Dec. 13, 1870. d:3m1n
RIDWAR $ALL)LC. R. ('. ('AIMMACK
N4LLN & CAHMACK,
COTION FATUOrS' AND (OMMISIION
No. 138 (bnneson Ereet, New, Orleaws.
ILiberal Advances made on ('onsignments
of Cotton. February 26, 1S70. n3l:ly