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VL. 1. MONROE, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1871; 0
,5, " -3.
An Independent Newspaper;
PUBLISHED DAILY AND W tELY, AT
MONROE, OUACHITA PAR"II , LA.,
BY . W. Mci~.&i3:
TLiaLS : O .ZAILtY:
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Onle opy per :e................... : 500
One copy or tbr month............ d40
Five Ooples, oe adorse i obr s monthp. 1;50
-"If not pid d i Mdvance per en~Lwill
be added to the sabve rate.
TERs QP W3rmmmr :
The following rates of ubacription wil be
rigidly dbered to in all eases;
Single cople............ ................... 10
One copy for six months.......................00
One copy for one year........................... ,00
Arrival and Departure of the Malls.
From Moaroe to Vicksburl--Csrring
all mail matter for the Western, Eastern,
Middle, Pacific and Atlantic 8tstes, and New
Departs daily at 4 A. M.;
Arrives daily at 7 P. M. (Sundays except
From Shreveport to Monroe
Arrives daily at 6 P. M.;
Departs daiy at 6 A. M.
From Camden, Ark., vita Farmervilte to
Arrives Sun ays, Wednesdays and Fri
days at 4 A. M.;
Departs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri
days at 6ý P. M. closes at 6 P. M.
From Monatceeio, Ark., via Bastrop, to
Arrives Ttesdays, Thursdays and Satur
days at 6 P. M.;
Depart Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri
days at 5 A. M. Closes evening previous at
From Rillsboro, Ark., via Omachita City
Arrives Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur
days at 2 P. M.;
Departs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri
days at 6 A. M. Closes evening previous at
9 o clock.
R. RICHARDSON. JAB D. M'iNERT.
Biehardoon * Melnery,
A l'ORNEYS - 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
part inett of the General Governmnent.
U. II. MORRISON. W. W. FARME1R.
Morrison d& Fauaner,
A" ')ORNEYS AT LAW, Monroe, La..
, wiý ill practice in the (Court, of the Pa
rishes of Ouachita, Morehouse, Richland,
Frsuklin and Caldwell, in the Supreme
Court, and in the United States Courts.
Will also attend to all business intrusted to
themn in the State and Federal Land Offices.
I. r zf1 Bttt, -. (. COBB.
Sthbbs * Cobb,
A 'IT)KRNIYS AT LAW, Monroe, iLa.,
'i practice in the Courts of Ouachita,
Morehouse, Richland and Madison parishes,
•ncd it the Hupreme Courtof the State. v4-32
(O. .I. CALI)ERWOOID. DR. THOs. Y. ABY.
Ss. ('Calderwood & Aby.
O(IFFICE in rear of Bernhardt's building,
JSecond street, between DeSlard and the
Railroad. Jan 5, 1871 d&w
T II E undersigned has, at this time, a lot
of extra Missouri Mules, which hepro
paoses to sell at REDUCED prices. They can
be seen at Capt. Chamberlain's cotton-shed.
Feb'y 17, 1871. d-lw S. Q. CAREY.
OLIVER & BYRNE,
lAceeitil/ anrid Fborardin Mereh/onfs
I)ealers in (;ekneral atercuandise.
* ,.Agents for Agricultural lIuplements
,of all description, also River and Fire IIsur
;ance and Southern Express Company.
EORGE uE . ENSMINGERR'S
Brick Block, (ibrner DeT9iard & Gr'tnd sr<.
t'akes offall kinds, plain 8and orn,Imeutlte i;
('andies; Candled Fruits; Nuts; fresh, pre
serveod and onned PrFits; Fancy Articles;
Nick-Nacks, and everything kept in lirsi
elass Confectione:... Particular attention
givet to Dinners. i'.rty, BU'l 'nd Weddingi
Suppers. tBrt i:2 HEAON.--li', c'retim,So
da and Mine'i Woate:rs, and Refreshing
I rinks of all ki~ndl. decl2---lhm
WHOLBAL~ DRaUBh Is
DR Y GO0OD,
WINTER GOODS & 'OROCERIES.
I am eonstantly receiving additasto my
already large and wail seus iste'k of
&aple and 1Aney Dry Goode,
Boots, soe, 3P't Hoat,
and Groeeriea of a!l Ahide,
And will sell them as cheap, if not cheap
er, than any house in North Louisiana.
Having a large and commodious ware
house and cotton-shed, I am prepared to re
ceive and fobrward ootton and teight of all
kinds, on the most liberal ternnms.
N. B.--Will pay the highest market price
fbr cotton, hides, and prodweeof all kinds.
deel-dim . C.
OHN G. UANDEiN,
Grmeries, Tlbacco, Wine and IAsors,
ELancy and S1caple Dry Goode, Hard
ware, Bar Iron and Cbsthas,
and Landreth's Gardm aaeda,
('orner Grand and DeSiard sreets,
MONROE, LA. decl2ham
E. DREYFUS & CO.,
Have just received it splendid assortment
,'f hIdest styles--
GEN'"N T IS' NTETR LOTHING,
iimaIu1f,'tutred to their order.
-- A l,50(---
An invoice of tine hand-sewed-
BOO 00T AND SIHOES,
H A TN,
BOOTS & SHOE,',
and a variety of other articles.
FINE GOODS J( 'TF RECEIVED,
AND of TH.
)frLadies are specially invited to call
and examine the nsuperior and latest styles
of Goods expressly selected for thenm.
J IOFW N,
)ade(ir in Dry G('ooIs, (Grocerie, Ilard
S,.re, hrniture aed Plantaiont Supplies.
A-Keeps constantly on hand a variety of
line Cigms and Tobac 'rohco, Wines and Liaquors
of every kind.
Highest prieos paitd for (buton aad (bsnlry
TREdToN AOVERTI qT
DAN T. D WAD, W. O. WfEtJ.AIuso,
M. D. oGARNGTOt0o.
MAD, WILLAULbON & CO.,
: TRENTON, LA.,
COM MJ8 CL MrUI A A HNTS.
,,. I, , n , | . ,1
O EoRI us,. .
AND PLANTATION SUPPI'PJB
They ae elan t rrvla drmt wtmro
Nwi Oyethe New or" and E. Louis, d
stock which are all ssi p h - ae
moat hvorable rates, wftlc aies them
to sell at the lowet. prices, WO will be
pleased to supply their Mends and those
who may favol them with their paronage.
CARH AND BUPPLIES ADVANCED ON
or they will purchase cotton at the highest
Their shipping and storage hcilities are
the beet hat an be oerd and rates fbr
same reasonable. Cotton stored with them
will be insured If desired.
Trenton, Deo. 80, 187. d4 nl.
FLOURNOY & MILLSAPS,
Have just received and for sale
10,000 papers Buist's Garden Seeds.
8 barrels Early Rose Potatoes.
100 barrels Flour, on consignment, will be
closed out low.
A large lot of Powder.
600 Avery Plows, direct from the fautory.
Merchant's orders for the above goods
will be filled at New Orleans prices and ex
penses. Jan. 9, 1871. d2mn
THE undersigned give notice that they
will be in Monroe between the 1st and'
10th of March, with a drove of A No. 1 Mis
souri mules, which they purpose offering at
reduced rates. TAYALOR & McMERTY.
Monroe, Feb. 16,1871. d&wtf
COMMI SION MERCHANT,
('or. Grand and DeSiard Its., Monroe.
Jan 7. '71 d3m20-wly-nl6
MORE HELP WANT.ED!
TI AVING re-rented for a term of years,
the splendid Madam MoGuire planta
tion, I shall for the approaching seed time
and harvest, require 10 more good laborers.
Married men preferred.
A common School Room and a true
House of Worship, will be erected upon the
banks of the Bayou DeSlrd this Sping.
IAVING rented the store, warehouse
and chambers, corner Grand and
Deard streets, I shall, on the 20th of this
month, put up my shingle as a CoxxIasion
MERCHANT. EUGENE TI8DALE.
E. s.As-IN-, ..
MO NROE, LA.,
Rlceives, stores and forwards cotton and
imerchandise at ruling rates, and deals, at
liberal prices, in Family Groceries, Western
Produce, Liquors, Bacon, Flour, &c.
Dec. 13 1870. d:3m
D EMEMBER the Wagons at Surghnor
14 Mullin's are guaranteed.
Th .resmraiste f e ,a8 gWiti (baon ns.. on
The ýI bl ilii' i method
Soat txalt ameom
| t~eo~le" Pikod ti now. Jo
| inEý h ed s p b trte w hee
theb Ithe ata
r ter ftiteen ~l of three termsa
etiltam; eln a sl lleh.e armd aeom
tznaeof 1pt rx .4q Iczý Noele uotions
mad. exoze it cas Matmast aickness.
Tnone-half rbt In advance, and
one-half at thand of term.
For terms of :teen : Priwaa
sir slit Music, 1 Isfldnta W1 liest,0
Soa n sg be uared ti private aImllies
,a$1 per mth.
s OAFnu or mSoam.
A. Pl. lournoy, Preidane E. B. Blocker,
omtry, D. D~ Smai g, T.
neGutr JethWo ]oore, fiDrs.
oanthn., IA., Sert. 18-01-f
OU OSIAIA STAT*S OuUD , -
(baeme • rew lwat ahnd AcdemigD.)
BATON N091% LA.*
tv rnn , Ain rowera *btaT ras etAY o
uan Ooswn vcurse, •t peel Sch ot
I R WAxh.
NiNTH $ SIGON,
The next session will I first Monday in
September next, and will continue ten
Consists ofa full porpes of able Instrutors in
all branches of Lieratur and Science, neusu
r ally taught in the best Colleges and Uni
OCOUlBSE OF STUDY
Embraces a Preparatory and Academic De
portnut, including a Literary, Selentitle
and Optional Conrse, a Special School ot
Civl Engineering and a Commercial School,
Well selected and valuable. The Geolog
ical and Mineralogical Cabinets, etc., the
largest and most complete in the South, em
p bracing the extensive collections of the late
Col. Wailes, of Mississippi, and the Cabinets
of the Topograhical Geological and Botan
ical Survey of Louisiana.
Granted to Cadets not under fifteen years of
age, who know Arithmetic, Grmansimtig
Geography. EX E
Of every kind, for ten month, 5350; $20(0
payable in advance, balance February let,
or by accepted Draft, at 8 per ct., for ninety
days.l ayments may be made through the
Canal or Citizens' Bank.
Cadets received at any time during the
session and charged from date of entratnce.
Military, with daily drill. A battery of four
guns will afford theilities for instruction in
Artillery. Uniform of Cadet-gray Cloth, to
be had at the Institution at a cost of 525
For further information, address
D. F. BOYD l uper~intendent,
Baton Rouge, La.
Ofidce of the University, in New Orleans at
Swarbrick & Co.'s, 5A Camp Street.
* Until the rebuilding of the College Edi
fice, lately destroyed by fire, near Alexan
dria the Institution is temporarily located
at baton Rouge, in the Deaf and Dumb
Asylum. Location very healthy, and ac
commodations ample for a large number of
Cadets. Number this session, 170.
May 28, 1870. n36-ly
Fine gold and silver Watcbhes, and
French and American Clocks, fine
solid gold Jewelry, Pianos and Meio-er
dions, Musical Instruments of all descrip
tions, sheet music, de., and solicitor for tihe
celebrated pianos of the St. Louis Man uf.e
turing Company. deto- 3m:wy
STOVEC 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 prices, treiglht added.
Repairs promptly attended to.
den90-dtf %;rand street, Monroe, La.