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VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., MONDAY, FES 'n1; 1871. NO. 64.
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THE, .'LELEGIRH:
An Indepenpj t f Newspaper;
PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY, AT
MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH LA.,
TERM8 OF DA.ILY:
Single ... :...:. ....$ 10
One copy per week...... ............ 50
Five copies per week ........................ 2,00
One copy for three months................. 4,00
Five co oirld r 4regi4r &toM4hk.. 17,50
p~If not paid in advance 25 per cent.will
be added to the above rates..
TERMB' OP' W3E30:L5'4T
The following rates of aubsoriptii.l ~ be
rigidly adhered to in atll.ases: .. , ,.
Single e . ... ....... ....... ,.... 10
OtMe cop fossir m6nths ........ ........ 2,00
One copy for one ea r.:..;.....: .a..:.... ; ,00
Arrival and Departure f the M:l'.
Fiotm `Monroe to -listi-k ar-ar g
all minl asntser for the etten, ,
Middle Pcitfc and Atlanti t Sttes,~pa ,ew
Orleans,"- • -
Desat. dply at4 AL-].;
Arrives daily at 7 P. I. (Sundays except
ed.)
From Shreveport to Monroe-.rt.,
Arrives daily at 6 P. M.;
Departs daiy at 6 A. M.'
From Camden, Ark., via Farmerville to
Monroe, La.,
rl re-a sundays, Wednesdays and, "Fl
day at 4 A. M.
Departs Monlay Wednesday abd Pri
days at ( P M closes t 6 P., ,.
From llonacello, Ark., via Bastrdp, to
Monroe
Arrives Tuesdays, Thursdays.and Satuy
days at 6 P. M.;
Departs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri
days at 5 A. M. Closes evening previous at
9 o'clock. '
From Hillsboro, Ark., via Ouachita City
to Mggroe
Arriv* Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur
days at 2 P. M.;
beparts Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri
dayý at 6 A. M. Closes evening previous at
9 o'Block.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
B. RICHARDeONo. AS D. M'ENERY.
3Ael.sdsmon & MeEnaeTy,
A TM ER S AT- LAW, Monroe, La.,
Spr e it all the parishes of North Lou
isiana,dz the Supreme Court at Monroe, the
Federal Courts, and in the Land OiBce De
partnmebt of the General Governrhent.
dec1-d3mu .
c. H. xORRISON. w, W. FARMERI.
Morrisom * Fawmaer,,"'
A TTORNEYS, AT LAWT, ..onroe, La.,
._- win 'practle in the Courts of the Pa
rishes of OuAehita, Morehemse, Ribhland,
Franklin and Caldwell, in the Supreme
Court, and in: the' United States Courts.
Will also attend to all bunasles itruted to
them in the State and Federal Land Offices.
.n4lv3
Y. I. M'tTmJ. R.. CO. BB.
Stubbs *& Cobb,
A TTORNEYS AT LAW, Montoe, LA.,.
practice in the Courts of Oupchite,
Morehouse, Richland and Madison parishes,
and in the Supreme Court of the State. v4.32
DR. J. CALDAIUWOOD. DR. THOS. Y. ABY.
Drs. ('alderwood & Aby.
MowNRO, LA. 'I
-'FFICE in rear of Bernhardt's building,
-Second street, between DeSiard and the
Railroad. Jan 5, 1871 d&w
MONROE AbVERTISEM~4N.t
PMIMOUMI M1ULES;
HE undersigned has, at this thIe, a lot
T of eytraMissouri Mules, which hepro
poses to sell at nitJDpCD nDrlces. They caui
be seen at Capt. Chamberlain's cottoished.
Feb'y 17, lf11. rd.w , S. Q. OARE'Y.
OLIVER & BYRNE,
MONROE, LA.,
1? *eiti4 'cid iFor arig; r Oheý s
)Dealers ijl Guerld ,Merckandbe.
Z.i-Agents for A.rictIttUral iplements
of all deoscription, ajso 1~ver oudFre Inesur
ance and Southern Express Conp.ny,
decl2--d8m
GEORGE C. EN81tEINGR' -
CONFECTIONERY,
lriek Btoek, Irn, er Dear,,d & Grand t.A.
Cakes of all kinds, plain and oinalnttsd;
Candies; Candied Fruits; Nuts; fresh prq
served and canned Fruits; Fancy Atiles~
Nick-Nacks, and everything keptiin ftrit
class Confectionery. Particular attento
given to Dinners, Party, Ball and Weddn
up)pers. SUMMER SEASON.-Ice Cream;, -
ida and 1Mineral Waters, and Refreshing
Drinks of all' kinds., dccl2-dim
Nv 'WOLUSllA iRaaI .n: t .
DRY GOODS;' '.'. ,;" ~ '.
GROCEkgl,. . .
. , , . MoxWs, ls (. ~ g
1 ameoonstantly receiving additions to ly
a adylarg 'atia ellkei a'tred a bof
i aag d a J' tc (' J gy Gqps,'
- · a te,. Soe, (bp, Haut;
and Groceries of ta kAind2,
And will el,tJiem as sheap, iftot ol eagp
er, tha, any house In No z .I ouitlan ::
EQ QJGF CHAMSlSAIN.
W S- WAR EROU OICE ? .
Itavitýi a 'larg and commiodious ware
hoiue ktiidM tton-shed, I tan r jra4i to re
ceive and rwsed eotton .and, height of all
kinds, on the moot liberal terms.
37. B.--Will pay the highest atrket prlce
for cotton, hides, and produce of all kinds,
decl2--t3m G. C.
JOHN G. SANDE.RS,
-DEALER i-:'
Groceries, lbbacco, Winqa and I/quors,
Fncy and Staple Dry 'dote, Hard
icure, Bar `n' anid sg,
and mdcr wonssm ,6eas,
Corerwr GOad and DtBiard Imeets,
MONROE, LA. declg:3m
E. DRgYFUS A CO.
Grand &#*5,
MONROE, LA.,
Have just received a splendid assortment
of latest styles
GENT'S WINTER CLO7'IjjVG,
Iuanuthctuted to %h,oirurdar. :
-ALSO.-
An iunvoice of tine hand-seied-
BOOTY AND SHO.),
--AND
HA TS', ; 
CA S, - '
) 1.Y . G O 1 8,
BOO 'b & GILDOES,
tnd a varioty f otlior trticle.,
.FN .. Gt'OODS ',' T. I MIVD,"
I ' ,,AND OF T*
$tYrLadies are specially invitled to call
stald examine the SafFlo}tif 1a[ styles
otgoods expressly sedted for them.
decl--d3mn
r HOFFMAN, . '
MONROE, I A .
Daler i DI, Goods, rroeries, Hard
, re, Furniture antd Plantation Suplies.
lcKeeps constantly on und a variety of
fla Ciner and Tobacco, Wines and Liquors
'0'oder¶ kind. .
iAvu~lte. deol2-d~Tun
TRiN'QN ADVERTlUMsENtS.
DAN T. HEAD, W. C. WILLIAMSON,
M. D* GARLINGTON,
"" .4"1 i.~ f trif l
TRENTON, LA.,
-AND-
r. i ,,:t "l.is.. 1 A,, .tibnI A "dT'
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
,',d'T ,sd'W -ldit-,ll .* !" , !. " ae ý'i
,ýýýr'tý dý i isc ý
DRY GOODS,
Gm 3""' '.' : tId ...i
WESTERN PRODUCE,
FU1 ~il~U MP/I'
?'rARDWARE
NAILS,.I SOV , .
: . 'BAGINQG TIES,
WAGONS, CARTS,
' A t ESS,
GIN BEIliING,
P OWS,
AND PNX~ATTO4N SUPPLIES
GENERkAIiY.
S are n tl ing direct om
New l noN Tork and' t. Louis, ad
ditiqqs to. their a. y lot sead;a
stock whlch are all belng purehased at the
most favorable rates, which enables them
to sell at toe jpwas t psipes and will b
pleastO" to' . thefr Hetids and those
Who may favor them- with their patinage.
CAs ANP SUIPPLJ ."ADVANCED O*
COTTQN,. ,.
or they will purchase cotton at..the highest
market price.
STIr. ping.land, a ora p fsilitibe are
the beat thatca b9 offered and rates for
same rlolaobll. Otton tdoed with them
will be iane4 if jtei.ed.
Trenton, Dec. 30, 1$70. d u14;
=:St - - : " , ' * ' +
F LOURilOyr & .LLAPirs,
; Have just received and for sale
10,0~o piapers iiristis 'dlrd'p Seeds.
8 bttr1s Early'* se Potatoes.
100 'bAirels Flour, on c Isignment, will be
closed eutl low. " " '
A laRge lot of Powder:.
600 Amery Plows, direct fMm the tactory.
Mrirchant's o'der' tbr th ali'e goods
%will be tilled at New Orleans prices and ex
penses. Ja d d2n
M~NROE ADVER ISiEMiNTS.
T RE' unders1i give notice that thov
_ wrI be iin iqnro betlwen the let a'nh
10th of March, with a drqvaepte - o. 4 Mi'
sour' attle, wiich t 'h o iitda n offerlngat
reducerat,i 1 TAO4YR O&MCME l iM
Montt , heb1., 1871. d&eyl(
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EUGENE, TISDAL , .,i.. ,
0fiOt fI HS8ION IF Uli IANT,
Cor. (ran alld a f. Doird atN., M6nroe.
..an 7, '71 - . (I aQ*lt y a
MORE HELP W4,XTEIhl
AVING re-rented for a berm' of year,
1 the splendiA Madam McGnire planta
tion, I shell for the approaching sEPd :timne
and liai et, lequire 10 more good laborers.
IMarried men prefeed. '
A common School Room and a tra
-House of Worship, will be erected upon the
banks of the I$ayoea DIiard this ring,
El GENE TISDAI,.
jan2-dawt. ' "
BURINENIK .
"'AVING rented the store, warehouse
r and chambers, corner (Grand and1
DeSird.treAta, I shall, on the 2(th of this
mionth, put up1Y nl inile mli a COmiWIsON
MZRncHxNTt. ' +:UDENE TISDATLE.
sn2-dawtY
' (RAND TRi{EET,
M o ON OE, LA.,
.&eives; stares and fnrwards cottonm and
mnerchandlise at r.qlieg rates, and deal, .at
liberal pices, in Fantlly Groceries, Western
Produce, Liquors, Bacon, Flour, 5te.
;.Dec. 13 1870. d:3r .
.OMEMBER thie Wagons at S&rghnor _I
titfullin's are guaranteed. 11-tt
.~cerl sE~N otsc OtL'
The Board of dm,
o hasa well
A . A f o , ra..n
one ·si-ao t1ste ortt
TOW&Uhl ttiR(eeet 10 0"fete Dountrya
t iixment.. arf ethf,,. ti.henr
• tion ~1Ja~lryttl oie.lWll advahee, and
SRA'E~S OF TUITION:
For term of thirteen weeks: Prima;ry
class, 1; Intermediata cl1s, 812; Acabemic
cl1S, Pb; Musicr $15; Incideital fee, 50 cts.
Board can be ec uied in private families
at 15 per moniith.
RBOAIt or DmBEcIOTN:
A. F. PFlournoy, eridcent, J. ,1. Bloeker,
seoretaey1 B. D. i , wJohn brago, T.
McGulire, Jthro~m ore, O. Larebe.
Trenton, La.. Sept. 24. 1870. al.t
LoVISI A MTATs UNIVERSITY,
(Basde aqnedseaa es La. atsate Emiair,'.)
: SATIN R~tOYG, tA.'
rovfttituw Axl stPOrrTN aY TUE swrp ow
ta6$ateAmA.
NINTH BESSION,
Now In progres, will close in June, 1870.
The next eesalon will begin flirt Monday in
September hext, and will continre ten
ACA]R)TI1C BOARD
Consists of a full er psqiable ntrectors in
all branches of Literature and Seience upu
ally taught in the best 0olges antd Uni
veruitles.
-COURE OF STUDY
Embraces a Preparatory and Academic De
pariment, including a Lierary, Ictentide
and-Optional Course, a Specip chool ot
Ci~hL nginemiaig and a Cbrntn rcla Mehool
LIBRARY,APPARA!'USMSD CABDiQETS
Well selaote4 and aluable. The o.olog
teal and Mineralogieal Cabinets, etc., the
largest and inobt oplete in the South, em
bracipsgtse extppive oel eot*ons of the late
Cal. Wafies, of Mississippi and the Cabinets
Of tha Tqpdgrapht al, Geological anid Botan
ical Survey of Louisaina.
(ranted tb Cade'ts not under afteen years of
aer wo kameti Alditmetie, C hGrmmar and
eograp hy. an b
Of every, kind, for aen montha, $350; 8tl
opsyble ai advane, :laiance Febrttarfsy'lt,
ray adepted Draft, at 8 per ct. for ninety
s. Panmeoett may be nade through th'e
Canal or Citizens' Bank.
(cadetS receieda at any time during the
lsesioW.andt ctharged isosi date df entrance.
DISCIPLINE,
guns wlh aTfford failities for in truntiou ip
Artillery. Uniform of Cadet-grty Cloth, to
ber h at the Institutioh teae yeaost of $~.
per s lt.'
For further infotrmation, nddreis
*, . BOYD, 4Sperra enakest,
Baton Rouge, L'a.
O~flce the Univoeity, in new Orleais at
. warbrick,.vCo.'s, aB.yCiudpBtreet..
'* i Unia tiheebuflding of n le College Edi
.ice, latvly daiytr~ved diYtlre, nealr Alexan
dria, thib nsttirution is temporarily located
at Baton Rouge, in the Deaf and Dumbn
-sylum. Locetidn very .holt hy, and. aci
comnmodtldns mi jile for a large number of
Caoeta. Number this sesion, 170.
May 28, 1870. n36-ly
MOINOE ADVERTISEMENTS.
(5 BOPFENcHIN,
1J. -DAL]RM IN
Fine gold and silver Watches, and
.rencti ~aud American Clocks, fine
soli! gokli Jewelry, Pianos and Meli
dfons, Mitaeal Instrumnents of all descrip
tions, sheet music, 1e., and soliciltor tYfo te
celebrated pianos of the St. LonuiFs ManffaE
tiuring Company. dee2-n13m:wy
._--.€ -- c~------
STOVESq AND TINWARE.
BUIIAL CASES.
Ageneral atsortInent of these articles kept
on hand,and sold at reasonable prices by the
understpgned. Wholesaldorders for Tinware
filled at Now Orleans prices, treight added.
Repairs promptly attended to.
T. NAUGOHTON,
deo)-dttf Grand street, Monroe, La.

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