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C p. kELLER, Associate Editor.
Official Journai of the City of Monroe
MONROE, LA. MAY 20, 1886.
CHEA COLUMN-PAY LOCALS.
ICE ICE !.
Ice houses have been established at the
Cotten yard and ht Jeter's Butcher Shop
in live Points.
Tee delivered In lots of 10 lbs. and up
wards to parties who take that quantity
lsgularly vryv day. Parties wishing ice
deivered will notify Mr. Johnson at the
sactory of the Monroe Ice Company.
BAGGAGE f BAGGAGE tI !
I desire to inform the publio that I am
now running a single dray for its con
venience. All orders for the prompt de
livery of baggage to and from trains and
hoteflswll, receive my personal attention.
V. F. VOGH.
Shaves--Chm. landolph's eight shaves for
a dollar 11 adl e go.
W ANTED--A gentleman and wife or
two gentlemen as boarders. Nice
room; board good and reasonable. Table
Corner Fourth and Washington streets.
Mits. W. B. SMITH
jRlOK.ALE-The outfit Oentire, including
.the orr attached to the Boarding House,
situated in "Five Points"this city. Apply
to Mrs. JosIE E. WI.rZEL.
Notice To Tresspassers.
All arties are hereby warned not to cut
any timber or wood on my lands.
J. IH. FLOURNOY.
FOR RENT-One good double cabin West
Monroe. Apply to
IW. M. ETHRIDGE,
OR SALE -One milch cow two year
old. Ajjply to 11. T. BENOIr.
TA f --A ~whitowoman to do goener
W al hopework for asmall family. Good
wages to competent party. Apply at
H. T. BENOIT'S,
NOW is the time for your Festivals.
w 1trawberries in any quantity and of
the largest size. Send your orders. They
will be promptly filled by
C. B. BENNE'IT.
Half a mile above Monroe.
FOR SALE-One Spring Wagon, almost I
as good as new. Enquire of I
J. A. HEEKIN,
"Railroad Exchange", Five Points.
Parties'not receiving their paper regular- f
ly will confbr a favor by filing their comn
plaints with the business manager,
CROCKERY ! CROCKERY!! F
A large assortment Just received and
which I offer for sale at 50 per cent be- .
low any other house in this city.
Read our cheap column advertisc. 1
See Cliop In the card of Prof. F.
Our young freind John Prichard is
sporting a handsome new patent 1
leather top on Fudickar's delivery 1
wagon this evening,
The attorneys who have cases to at
tend to before the State Supreme v
Court are busy to.day filing their bone st
with the Clerk. G
All the teachers of the public schools e
of Monroe have been instructed to
attend the Teacher's Institute, begin sl
ning May 24th. It is hoped that they
will all be present,
Pure Blackberry Brandy for medi. C
cineal purposes, for sale by E. Iudickar, w
The dwelling house of Mrs. William
Heekin In "Five Points" is being con
verted into a two story building, and 11
improvements will be addled, among
which, a new fence, after which the
painter will add to the attractiveness m
with his brush and paint pot. d(
Cold Fresh Larger leer
Always bn tap at lIaugh's Monroe re
June 24th., St. Joln's De , will b
Masemie fraternity at the Pair Grouud
at NeW Orlease. Preparallons on at
extensive scale are being made an
doubtless the attendance will be ver1
large and the visit of the delegate
most pleasantly spent.
Mr. Alex Mitchell reports that thi
water in the "Brialle Ridge" neigh.
borhood is about as high as in 188(
and that some of the lowlands in that
section are partially submerged,
rendering it somewhat difficult to
reach town, otherwise than on horse,
A Nobby and Elegant Line
of Spring Neckwear, Just Re
ceived at the star Clothing
Capls. L. Brunner and John M.
Rabuo, returned from Vicksburg on
last night's train, where they had been
prospecting for a small steamer for the
tributary trade. Capt. Rabun, how
ever, continued on to Shreveport, and,
perhaps, he will find one there. These
gentlemen are very reticent, and as
we don't want to get euchred we'll
give correct and defioate information
The river at this city now stands
about 12 feet below high water mark
and is rising about 4 inches in 24
hours. There Is no more current
either way than could be found on a
lake, which fact, considering that only
a few days ago the current was run
ning northward, impresses upon the
writer's mind the idea that a decline
will set in by the latter part of this
The TELEGRAPIH Job Office is now
prepared to print lawyers briefs at
very reasonable rates and solicits the
patronage of the legal fraternity. Sat%
The fact that the Teachers's In
stitute will be held in this city, begin
ing May 21th, and continuing for
our days, should draw forth from our
?eople a hearty response in the way of
Waking things pleasant for al'. If our
xeople and, Prof. Sheib writes us, our
ninisters particularly, wi't aid by
,heir attendance and he wants all
eachers to be present. IHe further re
luests that the several ministers call
ittention to this matter from the puls
)it next Sunday. The programme
vill be published to.morrow.
This evening while Mr. Austin
Ireen, Clerk of the District Court was
Lbsent from his office, having the door
ocked, but one of the windows of his
flce open a little girl named Caroline
,ipp climbed in through the open
vindow and finding the documents in
he w-it of Mason vs. Mason, a case in
'olving nearly $30,C00 tore the papers
cattering the pieces on the floor. Mr.
ireen. however, gathered the pieces
agether and though it will require
onsiderable labor, he thinks he can
et the documents in their original
hape within a day or so.
A dividend of 17 per cent was de.
ared by the Vicksburg Compress
ompany Monday, 15 per cent of
hieh was paid to stockholders
Arriving Daily: New
'ilng" goods in overy depart
ciit, nf tlhe star Clothing
However dirty politics may be the
lan who sets himself up for a candl
ate should have clean hands.
A public ofice is a public trust. The
ee for it is a private burst where the
romise to pay candidate is his own.
W P. RENWI sK7
No 28 De8S!iard 8treet. Mouoe
Keeps Constantly on hand Fresh qpples a. lmuiy Qro,
GEORGE E. EZELIUS,
DBALER IN- . , .
FAMILY & FANCY GROCERIS, T9MVM,
Wines, Liquor. and Country Pvd
Corner of DeSitard aUd 8th Etuieet, es1 a
This is a new firm lately establisbedsand es on = Ael ndf r bpi
(*rooegi, as well also as choice Wines i.quor, Coigrs, Ibeo, ils,
'Polte attention and full w segh' guarib d ' "
D. G. TROUSDALE. , s Ra
NO. 17 D)e&ARD TREET, MONRO 1, LA.
- a nayoes zir
Fality and Fancy Groceries, Frming ImpIle.t., IUt.
IIIGoHAS' PICuE PAID "O' cUNS? ?POD QQO
ICE CREAM ! .ICECREAM!
At IHaugh's Monroe Restaurant
Private Parlors for Ladles and their
escorts. Polite attention guaranteed
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WEST MONROIS DOTS,
[FROM OUR REGULAR REPORTER
Business was tolerably good in town
There is plenty of flrstcelass material
in town to get up a good base ball club
and a firstoclaps string baend. Come
boys! Stir up!
Mr. N. B. Milton, Mr. Jno. R.
Hanna, Mr. Julius Ellenger, and Mr.
V. M. Telles were in town toaday.
Let the merchants and business
men of West Monroe, exert themeelves
toward the securing of a cotton lfae
tory In our town, which in our opilw
ion would tend more towards the
building up of the town than anything
we can just now think of.
It seems as though we are all alone
on the bridge question neverthelese
we believe it to be a public necessity.
Fifth District Court, Parish of Ouachlta.
Whereas, M. A. Johnson has petitioned
the court for letters of administration on
the estate of the late Joseph M. Johnson,
deceased. Notice is hereby given to all
whom it may concern to show cause within
ten days why the prayer of the said peti
tioner should not be granted.
By order of the Court:
AUSTIN (GREEN, Clerk.
Monroe, La., May 20, 1886.
TO THEI PUBLIC.
Mrs. M. J. McKenna desires to inform
her numerous patrons that after the Ist of
April. she will continue her MILLINERY
and DRESSMAKING business at her resi
doence on Washington street. She will re
ceive a full and complete line of Millinery
0(oods direst from New York within the
next few days and all order will be prompt
ly and carefully filled and satisfaetion
guaranteed. Theladioes are invited tocall
and examine her stock before purchasing
J G. IIEHELEII,
And Manufacturer of
C al !o m, ca 'n'cdli'els,
SODA AND MINERAL WATERS,
32 DeSiard Street, Moproe, La.
PURE STICK CANDY A SPECIALTY.
The attention of the public is called to
fact that this candy is made in my own
establishment, and is superior in quality to
that generally offered to the public.
Special orders for anything in my line
-vill receive prompt attention.
J . . HEIIELER.
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W W. tO)S,
--;Dealer In -
GROCERIES AND COUNTRY PRODI)UC
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dYSTERS, FISH, GAME, I.T/
aWi cnt the e ww m " p
PAPBR, PiXn. m , D RAI o.
BRNBCER AND MUSWWIAg
SHOT GUNS, PIVs aM, p 0
SHULE S, NlD 8PW TWw
ALL KI15 g will be atll
E. H. RILJ4S'
No. Is Gradat Sresk
Wm. U. MILL nuFt rq ,
bes .lour. maokamo every klnd ir
mule, or made to ordar.
FRUI1J, OONFOTIOrflN, ,
Kept In took and will be sold at the lowes
Having been thoroughly repaired asd
newly mfurnished, is now open to the biat.
eling pubili. Central loestlo oo sm
to railroed depot; uteamboat landlag sad
business portion of thbe city. Superior
accomodations and exolleat tible.
Owron of Monroe Compress and Ware.
house Comp4any, Monroe, La., April ag1,
In accordance with the reqgiremnets
of the charter an electio, will be had
on Tuesday, 26th May, at my oboe In
the city of Monroe, betweem the hioas
of 12 m., and 2 p. m., for aen diret
tore to serve for the enflng year. By
order of the Board.
FRED U. HUDSON,
W. P. RENWICK, Pe't.
IJBIARD STREET, MONROE, LA.,
M. L. Berberovich.
that the best of w1, lHquors sad b dla
will be offered thel undeo the new es el
s the former maagsemat and that mood
order shall be obsered and polite atltios
_hewn my guest.
Bottledad keg beer kep on lee. ser
S castes glees.
Smuses toO. A. Pamwoi.
OB WORK Executed
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