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Ty°a E s t. " I ,
Partim mat areeving their "aper regula
ly wilt u for a 1!6r by Alag bthelr comEr
p~lint with the businas mansger.
IDon't it h e Great Bargaits at
S. Myer'e. " ,
JttAJ. l[. S. Bikep, Sapt. of the
.V. & M. and V. 8. & P., railroadse is
b thit te eity.
Aemrodation trati no.-: 8., Was 4
: etr honelae( this riunorateg, o n ae.
ft" o t Qf thehetn breakrakg down. a
porr tied..t. ]. ,oeAbd faI ly, tl
w t tO tso this morniog, on o 0
vbtf vitet to: relatites nod friendsa
reltingl there. 'l
Swetetl i a, MInbie airgvedup about tl
D..no' tMI y with ms barge tol tow, both
btsts;-lgede4 wilb cotton 'teds for the
: 8.M! ls l rlib. ; We fild to learen s
t 1 a- . M of eeaks of seed but the d
We4110broe 4Doetter" will tell you nll 1$
SbeQtt. Jt tomornow.I
Thij 14a fground fronting 127 feet
Va ,ablagto. n street and 120 feet ona
'lrtit ll tef, formerly belong g : to
'the I PeAly e6 eloa , tha beey py,.
9 fr-du by Mr. 8. W. Sauders, and GI
we-,W teo we learn, ereit two neat b
Tice 4GL . P. Glenn vs. E. B.
Oer :hs tnt been satisf.ctory adjust- i
ed, a stated la n previous isue. The do
miesitDb At continura in force, though M
the Stdeln ba been released " from stJs
..use, the U. 8. Marshal having released
the boat on hle own respoenstility.
If you. wish to pprehase a Balmoral R;
?Uderlkirt at half value, call on t1,
Metrs. M. Welt & Bro., appear be. C,
fore the publie no sday with an an- Gj
nouncement to The patrons of the
"Crescent Clothiing House" whlich it
were welt to w eruse carefully. An Bu
iegant ta k; accomoedating salesman bus
and "ethe worth of your money" are Mo
advatages offered and never to be den
despised and if you want goods, at Mol
cheap figures, call bn the Well Bros., loe
at the u"reseent Clothing House." tent
Blankets, are just half their former ol
price, at S. Meyer's. at 4
. Sr. W. Crowder, a well known log
gambler, who it will be remembered to o
reided here In 1870-71, and in whose reso
room the big fire which esroyed al met
wosrt the entire business portion of chit
Monroe, began burningon new and
dears eve of 1871, was killed at ed
Marshal, Tex., yesterday, by Don will
Adair, ex ciy Marshal of thalt city.,all
The difficulty was the rqlt ot itu old ay
cre big house of 8. Meyer, one of
the largest busilness houses in the
late, comes forward to dh y With a big
.ard in the DAIL., to which we de"
sire to call the sp~ecial attentlon of
th readers ,flhs paper. .Ir. Meyer i
needs no recommeidation frol ns. mn
lis fame as a litberal merchant is*
awidespread and I7e 0o1ae is known r
artd Wipe. Tire udsino ntpofto the hi
imponl redbelion by aling early. n day.
b another tall tp.
i3s i r dowd Saturday
4 wli: t ubtless have ar f:a
)' t thtime abe arrives at this
S ' 4I· afisy Josle W., from the D'A..
9, :lln port With 1,200 bales of
- ir,,shipped from F: rmerville and
i ' 4g'eBluO, which will go forward on
C Satuhrday. With this load,
46 MJeC with Monroe and West Mon
.cotton, it A probable that the
.t M a a will'have folly 2,000 bales leav
lgt.our port next Saturday night.
t S gbitt Bros., will soon have in a
- si me line of Plows adopted to
,. y,,buckshot and other characters
i ( land with which they will be fully
Slable to meet. all competition on style
and quality of goods and they think
they can do better on prices than any
::one. They do not intend to be under
sold. Those wanting Barbed Wire of
the best grade will do well by seeing
theam. They also have another supply
.iS Weather Strips to keep out cold.
SThe 0aceomodation trains of the V.
" g' P., are so we learn, doing i sp!erl e
Sid busbloness between Monroe and
S4Irg~lVeport. Let our bus.ness morn P
work to increase this trade.
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HOTEL AtRIVALS 2
N *.r 8. Colvin, Cuba; H. W. Butt,
Slrid; Jao. Dely, Delhi; Sam Tons
CENTRAL HOUSE fu
. B. Duncan, Ruston; M. C. Gor
Wam, V. S. & P. I. R; G. B. Lewis, I
do; T. K. Massengili, IIzllhurst,
b ss.; M. Lipo, La.
VERAND. IIHOTEL. et
Capt. Bartholomew, V. S. S. & It. .c
B; W. J. Sims, St. Louis; J. W. Welsh tit
Memphis; C. F. Oleverance, Vicks, Jun
barg; W. A. Itichlirdson, Mia~; L. N. wt
Calhoun; Calhoun, Sta; J. L. Foerd, do;
8. II. Dunn, Columbia; N. C:al:hp
The members of the A-sc ation of A
Business men of Monroe antd all other( ( :
business men of Monroe and W\V(;t
Monroe, are by agreement of tth Pr.-,i. N'
dent of the Police Jury, Iht Mayr.r of
Monroe, and the President of th t;:s
lIess Assoclatlon rcquestecd to at- A s;
tend a meetirg a' , o court ho,::w
Monroe on Ti:u . January 7:
at 4 p. mn., for thc - of e;:
log Congress; fra , mun
to our Representat.,; °~(" ( a .
resolutions relative t, ht ir c.,: :,,
ment of the navigat:. c: the ()0A.t .
Chita river to this townn, ,,; wed t
and take such action ,;, t:;ay be d(iom- ]
ed advisable. It is tr hat mere A
will be be a tl' atiendanc.- and that tacti
all will unite in the efrors fir the boin
eral weliltre. e
U nR A nI A l L I A SA 1 S - t 9 w o r
L. D. A.LLcN, Jr., 2layor. i
IMAUCn's WElL, Secretary. O
We would call the attention of the beli
ladie, to the very extensivae anvertise. ofrw
mentcf the great Clearing Sale at CAR
A little negro boy was drowned at aet_
West Monroe shortly before xioon to- Bsle
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- p--,r -
Orders Fur (aat Lgh
Corner Grand an;
All kinds of Machinery REP4l "l
Pipings, Elbows, Fittings and Bra.ss
ny TO THE PUIl~LCO.. :.
of As it is our desire to ojose
ng out certain lines of our goodi~ ,
)y and to give our fripends and
customers an opportunity tO
v. take advantage of the saorifce
" we are about to make, we will
,d nlention said articles and quntoe
en prices :
All wool dress flannels all
22 inches wide, 22ke per yard.
36 " 42½c "
t, 5 " 65e -
s- Other dress goods 50c on the
dollar. All shades of ~8atin,
for evening dress, 50c per yard.
r. Other articles,too numerous to
mention, will be sold propo
' tionately low. I
Blankets, Quilts; Oloaksl,
Circulars, Newmarkets, Jack
ets, &c., at much reduced pri
t. ces. Call and be conrinced
t that we mean business and
have the goods to back; what
. we assert.
M. WEIL & BRO.
.... tim.- __
Adver!ise in the DAILY TELE.
r (i A lit.I
1EW IILAIKSMITII SUOPI E
ALEXANDEIj MUNCH d Co.
A shlare of the public pstronage is respect.
fulty solicited at the
Recently opoened on
.,t. John Street, oppobite Engiaj xoas, D
Vh'or all kinds of iron and wood liork will
I ne oin a first-class manner ctnd fully
U aving been two years in th ( German
* dry I feel warranted in ayilng that
,,n ii lakO
1ORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY.
All kinds mahisnery repaired In a satla
tlotory manner and durable work on steam
bollors in a loaky condition.
Tle services of Mr. Joe Malokowski haa
eo n secured, who is a trst-class wood
ALEXANDER JMUNCH& CO.
Monroo, La., Nov. 22, 1149. ly G
SSOUTIIEIN CARItI&GE FACTORY.
The udoereaigned takes pleasurce in makln
knowjn that lie is now as well prepared a
betore the watr, if not better, to do all kinds
of work, either in
Maintacguriag or Repaifrt
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, HACKS, IETC
7ead" made work kept on hand; Pa.*
iens of winch may be seen by oiln"g a1 t th.e
Paetory. He wi-also carry on a
Blacksmith shop, arrnged to do aicIr!1iT ·
blackanautibng, Termsn rP ab r
January1 1879. ¥,.' ,
IPURE TIOg g
oThea attetio of 4
t hac ths sid
wil oreie prompt
July 10, 1A85. ,.
From and after this date
indebted to the abiove Sri
come forward and $
ACCOUNTS. By doing s)p
be entitled to tickets lE the
Drawing to take place
1886, for every dollar pal
Don't fail to m ,,ako t ,
J. w. Oos,
OTI i sa ,, :'
Tax Payrs ,E
Aa7UTI.B dtlp ~p
beeswgedEotc~m I a,~