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DA ILY TEZEL APH.
C. P. KELLER, Associate Editor.
Ocial Joarnal of the City of Monroe
MONROE, LA. MAY 8, 1886.
CHEAP OOLUMN-PAY LOCALS.
T OST-At the Ball last night a small gold
cross, with the name "HENRY" on one
side. Finder can get owner's name by ap
hlying at this oMoe.
Shave5-dCh. Randolph's eight shaves for
a dollar is allthe go.
WANTED-A gentleman and wife or
two gentlemen as boarders. Nice
room ;borde ood and reasonable. Table
Oorner Fourth and Washington streets.
Mate. W. B. SwrIT
FOR RENT-A Four Room Cottage.
Apply to MRS. BONAR.
OUND-A... bunch of keys which the
owner may have by proving propertyand
Payingyarges. Apply at this office.
j S ALD-.The outfit entire including
bar attached to the Boarding House,
situated 1 4"i W Polnts" this city. Apply
to M~. JoSa E. Waizar,.
Nettle To Tresspassers.
All patis are hereby warned not to out
any r or wood on m lands.
J. H. LOURNOY.
Parties not reesiving their paper regular
will confer a hvor by filing their com
int with the businem manager.,
iv to W. P. Benwick's for your tin
log e water along the line of the V.,
It w P. R. I., is receding and trains
The oubtless be running on schedule
traesa within~ , few days.
Ity Herald of yesterday says-that
arcus Collins "is doing a land
Rds e business in Little and Tenses
Go to the Star Clothing House and
men t you a nice summer hat. All
yles and sizes are to be had there at
ga easonahle prices.
fo All the visiting Knights of Pythlas
o with, perhaps, one or two exceptions
or left our city yesterday for their re
m¶ spective homes, well pleased with their
thbyisit to this the ,"Queen City of the
/ Our friend II. Isaacs, late with the
firm of Loon Gerson and more recently
with that of Winchester Hall of this
city is in town. "Ike" is now repre.
.~4 seltling Oyler, Chambers & Co., of
'%).nville, Va., manufacturers of plug
I and twist tobaccos, lIe is looking in
er e-lleot health we are glad to say.
Cold Fresh, Larger Beer
Always on tap at Haugh's Monroe
R'st rauran t.
We acknowledge a call from Mr. D.
W. Dale of Robinson's circus; Mr.
Dale came over to settle up all bills
contracted by the advance agents of
that circus. In conversation with him
he Informed us that the circus had
changed its route owing to high water
on the line of the V. . & P. R. t.
Mr. Dale is a very pleasant and agree
able gentlemen and a thorough busti
ness nman. The show it is expected to
visit Monroe shortly.;
The Little Boone, Irom the D'Ar,
bone arrived this morning light.
The Rowena, for the Cornie, de
parted at I o'clock p. m.
The John II. Hanna arrived up this
forenoon with a fair trip and returns
this evening to the C'rescent City.
A Nobby and Elegant Line
of Spring Neckwear, Just Re
i.eived at the tar Clo thing
A meeting was beld yesterday at
Trlnity to draft suitable resolu.
tions to the stook holders of the
proposed oil mill, which is to
be ereoted somewhere, not yet deft.
nately decided upon, on the Oaaehita
tiver. The Herald of that town con
eludes tit : Trlaity-Ta~oyvlle is the N
most suitable location, and coses Its
artlele with the statement but we
must ousr some inducements." That
neighbor is Just what Monroe should
long since have done-offer induce
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We call the attention of our readers
to Clreular No. 119, Queen & OCrescnt
route which we publish elsewhere. It L
will be seen that passenger trains on -
the Vicksburg, Shreveport & Paclfie D
division are running through without
Interruption and that agents are author
ized to resume the sale of tickets to all
stations along the line. This Is good
news to the travelling public as well as
to all business men along this line and
It Is gratifying to us to publish this
The Grand Lodge of the Knights of
Pythlas which had beeu in session in
this city for several day, adjourned
yesterterday evening. The following u
officers were elected; J
Joseph H. Spearing, of New Orleans, ii
G. C.; W. F. Norsworthy, of Jackson, el
G. V. C.; R. B. Rowley, of New Or
leans, Prelate ; Wm. Gramer of New Y
Orleans, G. M. of E.; John A. MeLean 1
of New Orleans, G. K. of R. and S; e
W. B. Boggf, of Red Land, G. M.-at. tI
A.; J. E. McGuaire, of Monroe, Q.I. G.: a
David C. Hollander, of New Orleans,
G. O. G. The next session of this it
Order will be held at New Orleans.
The Knights were all well pleased ti
with their visit. t,
On and after the first day of May ti
ferry tickets will be sold at a discount N
of 26 per sent by purchasing one dol
lar's worth at a time and at a discount
ot 50 per cent by purchasing not less
than $i 00 worth at a time. t
R. H. ENDOM. ii
Circular No. 119.
Queen & Crescent Route, Vicksburg,
Shreveport & Paclfic R. R., General
VICKSBURG, May 7th, 1886.
Agents and Connections: O
Yuu may now resume sale of tickets
to all points on or reached by the
Vicksburg, Shreveport & Pacific rail- o
road. Our passenger trains are runnipg o
through without interruption.
I. HARDY, a
Aset. Pass. A'gt.
Arriving Daily: New
Spring good in every depart -
ment, at the Star Clothing
Messrs. Cook & James, agents of the e
Armour Packing Company of Kansas t
City,and Engelke & Fiener of St.Louie,
are in receipt of the following tele
KANsAS, City, Mo.,May 7, 1886.
Can ship to.morrow via Vicksburg.
We have just heard that we can get
through freights to Monroe had other
stations on the line of the V., S. & P.
R. R. signed:
ARMOUR PACKING CO.
Sr. Louxh, Mo., May 7, !886.
We canship on through bill of
lading to-day. Freights to Moore on
flour through fifty cents por barrel.
We had a pleasant call this evening
from Mr. T. J. Butler, Register of the
U. 8. Land O11oo at New Orleans.
Mr. Butler brought with him his
family, wbo will spend the sumuter at
W. P. RENWIQý('
No 28 De8iard Street. Monroe, La,s.
Keeps Constantly on hand Fre h wppies of PJisawAi*ro
N. P. COOK. IHOt. L. J&AMS
COOx: & JA.,h&l
LOCAL AND TRAVELING AC.ETS
-FOR l ..
Aratour PackIg Company, Kansas City, Mo,;: KhMblin Miii. lt ., St.
Louis; M6.;: Flash. Preston & Co., New Orleas aidd En-gke lA .insn.
D. 0. TROUtiDALE. 3 I. T (}USPALE
NO. 17 DeaIA RD STREET, MON.ROE, L;A.
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Family and Fancy Grocories, Frming Impleinetits, 'tEcf'
BIOHHAST PRICEO PAID FOR CO UNT& . p.. 4 .P;.UCdC .y , ,
WEST MONROE DOTS.
[FROM OUR REGULAUt RIEPORTER,|
We had the the pleasue of metn,_l
with Bros. Gillland of the Slteveporl
Journal and E. C. Drew of the Lomu
isiann Advance in your beautifull littlh
The Btanqueett which was givoLn In
your city in honor (of the Knights of
Pythiss wes one of the grandest afsfirs
ever witne-sed in Monroe, and pne
that will bo ting remembpred by ,11is
There were 14 bales cotton rccelred
in town yesterday.
Dr. I. J. Newton and lady of Bas
trop, La., spent Thursday night in our
town the guest of Rev. WmU. HIprt.
We acknowledge an agreeable Fall
this evening from our freind Capt. G.
W. Knight, lately a citizen of pur
city, but now a resident of Trinity.
We are gratified to learn from the gen
tleman, himself, that he has sueceeed
in building up a good and paying
trade, though opposed by the steamer
Minnie, which latter boat connicts
with the Natchez, Red Red and Tf*ae
railroad and the Collins connects with
the Ouachita river packets.
OFFICI of Monroe Compress and Wire
house Company, Monroe, La., April
In accordance with the requirem~~
of the charter an election will be
on Tuesday, 23th May, at my oiflg
the city of Monroe, between the s
of 12 m., and 2 p. in., for seven di;
tors to serve for the ensuing year. 'y
order of the Board.
FRED G. HUDSON,
W. P. RENWICK, Pres'
ICE CREAM! ICE CREAM
At Haugh's Monroe Restau t
Private Parlors for Ladies and their
escorts. Polite attention guaranteed
Wm. G. MILLER, Proprietor.
Families supplied with broad mnade of the
best flour. Cakesof every kind kept for
sale, or made to order.
FRUITS, CONFECTIONS, &o.,
Kept in stock and will be sold at the lowest
. W. GOSS,
GROCERIES AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
OYSTERS, FISH, GAMIC, ETd.
IMALS SERVED AT 25 CENT
DRY ' £AW PIGB8
*Will diaotieuut '4ge rwai1 ltaarM jtlh in
Monro on ,.
PAPRIF, PENS7 L8.. NlD !4TIoN
ICRY GaNEktAL .
BREItC1 Ab ZZ' ,Azr I ýu
SHOT GUNS, PJISTOe, cAtth uaDfbs,
B1REISL, AND SPORTIIGt a @G 1)S OF
ALL KIND, will be solt do1letw
E. H..' 11t2
No. Qv6*A Street u
ýMNEob Q A relu, ed. " ,.-. -
al oo sold ll grY* cre
owher patrtsp of thisaalhergot o ay by minuted
h t e n, i n s
Sn, andSII h
DErIARD STREET, MONb OE LIA.,
The patros of this salooninasy by assured
order ishall be observed and polite attehtion
shown my guest. i ty ed
Bottled and keg beer kept oil'roe. eeer
5 cents a glass.
G. A. PRESETN,
Sucessor to M. T. Dedman.
May 22, 18n6.
PUBLIC SALE OF FINE STO CK.
I will sell at public auction, at the nourt
House Square in the City of Monroe, La.
on Saturday, May the 22d, 18t6, a lot of
Finely Bred Almont and Maambrino brood
Mares, Colts, and Fillies.
Sale to commence at 12 o'clock, m.
7eud for Catalogues. D. C. MORGAN,
N. WT. CANNON, Uut.ber,
GAME, VEGETABLES, ETC,
Next door to R. J. Nelson's, Grocery,
My shop is conducted with a view of af
fording the public the greatest convenience
and I endeavor to keep all that can be had
in the general market.
Ladies can do their marketing at my shop
ithout the least fear of insult.
?'rAll thoso who have game, vegetables
by other market truck for sale will do well
calling on me.
WM. T. CANNON.