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The Ouachita telegraph. (Monroe, La.) 1865-1889, January 08, 1870, Image 2

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Ex-Gov.. TWell Virgtifa, has
been peculiarly favored in receiv- c-a
in-ga g I f lgbtupon the ques
So phern reconsrtrucnic- ine
l.  favored, - because he is bl1
, "-:Ji"n the wx
pi33etFswho has been able -a
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rtion are noto the proper agent .
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t e X ikT of reco istrnetipn
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a 'V i.u DaeeOst8e p69.
T e e h i ^se. . "....
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o$, aý is r. , Bwi r can apre_
t: haee yret, . Weeha e
-to. or iueti, a a -stae:
tp in astie id equalittry in
Pires eveoy man of the vestige
o ex o eefor inflwting iofusticeh
1pfn otheicE of retale atigon for
~ wrgs o d olitical disabilities
Satifbyreed by himself.
a on- O}e may doubt h issues <o
ec Aven bel:ive eah.a speasao of
beiasity will raxi of anyh relulm
tfill . is the only refuge ne w eft
ut ,a dtwise oe: n ougit nof ttp
e about making ouro e trial. b
le done, in no ungra
wiih. t aest generosity. it
is o 4 ' d-Fat&Lilt with or cavil
the ~ :- ans o - by which
ilto contemplate its over
be- iningf ananosity, bitterness
before thse week ends, witheut a
lmingle act of. amnesty, the disa
Ti4.commonwealth flay be removed.
there, individuals for relief, not
at <f but rather on account of the
ts, fciends they have at court, or the
Sdiligence with which they move
mtheir s is pl-l y unwise and
a .;Itends large
to te irritatio4. al
!Iee two hIi '
blutes are ii thls cc
y rem% Ved, are not thereby
dered any more friends of the
Governmelt than they were be
i 1¶ fothers, not 'relieved,
f n, this last act of. unjust con
s :isi nal discrimination a new
cause of more substantial coin
Plaint, dislike and bitterness. It
'is useless longeretO rely on half. "t
'nea sores, DSever thekfiot by one
8 blow. Unite all hands by one
e- w -(fo thisL ·icy does not
. sueed, then ;"'d otaeraJ " /afford
Sany hpe -of :a bet :.. re l I
hope you will do allihb yoir pow- Dc
S-:.to.; roeure the ,.reEss and
.ea$3 doIption of this CY
eI r.'maith, dear sir, ,.-O aly,
a - of the Land Of
a ds from Mon
o : i' ans has lieeAi
Seited. A1 `Land office bisi
ý}4,ie .o transasted here:
. .,attended to in New' -
 s. Wi ensider the renov
- n - ty iwiSe imeasure, the
tb0war to;feel and nakt
feet ondezna bont the pierfetioni
O d'*Wiir land titles and the secur- tch
lag of homesteads for permanent
settlement, aind now they are re
ý° elther to visit New Orleans
6 oto transact - their business
Esaghl an agent- eoder to ob
i Ikthe simpiest item ofinforine
le-ti. to tids aid la
a i.i;, :t°' wifl provee a ".grakts..
h P"i many cases; without,
.e ianfar~.e a.ny ceom, enndrte
pa- sou x 6 eet : th' e " "1enoi
P"' ' 1, . 4.t -t ati.e' o"f `'he -
` noxgEu ADu --4D he ;editor
-e milind Beacon, in noti I
st - ia. e -o -tour
- f· "' , ':o er .'.ot! e l< e
tle .in the
.ipn s, m p,.ia. . 4
E° Z. o_. ` - - t?,,, a
: 6ae ldd.lp' ii. B.. iia,...
.bli .~e inge .- -!"
Snew lease on the J .uadgesip the
isti i oh aai nvie t been re
y ? zt.. ,. ;.re ent "
ale le h dec ision eAete Stape
er.. Cor armiug-e his ineligibility
ats. r the xvIth Amend ,t his
dgialitie~ s 'h ing been -mean
ce wile removet : The questionr, his
• .e ..p - i f ...t t . . -
•, t iiF the- uinden .hDem a erat
Orleans some five weeks ago.
left
t Ap We notice that our Bastrop
ri conteinporary, the Conservatifve,
na ha&'*Md considerably to its di
It mensi6ols both of length and
avil breadth. We eould not better
express our -kind feelings touch
ate- ing Bro Dave's enterprise than by
arty saying we wish he may never lack
.be for good paying matter withwhich
ver- to fill his columns.
ness M. Co. ONPEENnCo.-The an
ily nual Conference of the Methodist
Episcopal church for this State,
o will assemble in Shreveport on
one Wednesday next, the 12th inst.
lisa- Bishop McTyeire will preside.
ed. 7i' The town of lMinden was
and enlivened on the 31st nit., by a
nt Masquerade and Fancy Dress
the Ball, given by the St. Nicholas
the Social Club of that place.
New GJrkone Cfbearb.. 1)1
o. I
(sBuc srS oI WareZr 4.1VEuUt a .d .'A Ne&I a.) " an
Slibe
Cot Otm Factors,
i 0o, 48 Tntion siteet. -
Dee.le, 189. -i13l
ibel
';a' ip. o 4S AMJion " "t e
COTTON. FACTO0i$,
 - aliD- ca
re Dec. 1$, ;189. " •nl y:"ý1
o- I Bt g 18. 58"I n}T ly•
8 JAS. M.m'cAaDL.Isu.
bo
•I ---AND
S CO$MiMSSION kERIANTS, -
)fl 8Y..#X9--,e s Kcm ... &,
IT h. ~J. principal Qill esnd POR I.a s  S, L
m-nc b 18. Ii9. - S ly
'.1 AOE R NSW AND IMPROVED
1 w. A. .IM'PLECS TT.,.
. ... dr - pz -r I os.
o IANTS, I
O-R L- E. . ORlE.NS, LA.
-'* n 2"yga ine.t7ce
oa.. v.. .e R,, a. ,s; . RTw, ' .
T,a F A- .- N" "f LM"S,
he .- ,
NeIP W O TERL OES
')F- 18;m 1869 9 . -m;- lye
hse
ee o - d a nd ,O Cana oIin e, I
maUeY ~t're o .fl·4ltinb SF.reIot.,
this NEW -ORLEANS.
tDecember 18, 1669. o 18.1y
atb e . nt itnhe Uoi s oateFb. ,
SDe T E SEO:O N RLEANSS.
yel Selfmas.tni Wsm ru ht on thw
¶atetentM on fernhant. PlOnters and Gwrd.
oatete, inae t oe Une of the raoct and eost
ever oatered in the Ulnitl, and f er.sale in 1ant1ities
.S L. H E. F. VIRGIR,
Nw E W O RRLEEans NS.
trO Patented in the United State, Feb 19, 1867m
wiase, w
I di- BWABR'D D fA2T
LndFBETEERST LOUISIE ANA STATE FVILE,
dist N 8ew OrBeari
EUW NAWg
chased f '
oF theib i, ds1
collect the debts iyte the' m, s cttot its
.M. FEI .
TO TBE PUB.IIC.
In dissolving my connectioPt R wh the 'm
or Chamberlain & Fuibteman I return
slbnere ihanks to mui numeosi friends . a
' liberal patronage, aid olicit a continlance of
it for Capt. Chamberlalin. ,
 MOS..ES . FEIBLEMAN.
Irec 18,69 t.
h·1.UUtn5 i ;(o t, , bet be.rudketby
e eoeurntb se.sd on 1o 0 st1ph d 1!0. aOr nE -.5s
ionothe L.On itaud tribtre. I will
.FLOUR.N-OY & T. MLSAPs G
-,.RECEIVING, FORWAiledG AND
o on m ission M lddtlehantsl ta
s ori- o st bam et acopi, daA cash
lerig . draft on omebousein Ntw'Orleta Mo
roe onpt AttIONa. w. PP.L7IES -
Monroe La. l em Lnrn
FLiOURNOY & 1MVILLSAP8 ?'"
_ RECEIVING. FORWARDING AND -A
Commission- Merchants, I" I
a wSU . . PAs
} LiQUORS, WESTERN PRODUCE.
DRY GOODS, HARDWARE,
BUGGY AND WAGON MATERIALS,
S., HOT GUNS. RIFrES,
BREEbHPIlNS,
DOUBLE TRIGGERS,
TUBES, AND GUN
FIXTURES, S&DDLERY,
AND BEUST'S GARDEN SEED. N
WE reoeive. store and fbrward-goodt attbe0W0st
aris. a11 redeive. store. chip or sell cott t for
" thoes favoring us with their bsusines. We will tv
*tlbebaleotef don our specil attetea. As we
RO pser to make upos cotton, .:ir dsll!8i
es, -"Lieral cash advahces. ihae on all pduoe tore
with Us.- seapi n 30t
V. on -hand one of the largest stocks
S:n North Louisiana, and inted selling
].,ery a.ticle in ay. Li·e, at the very
LtTowest possible prices. Will always keelD
". ry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Caps, HarJwarse,
r es, Boots,-Groceries, Bagging. Ties, &c.,
A lso, -Cotton Gins, Wagons, Plow'., IL V,
Co., etc.
No Store outside of New Orleans will
eal fkirer, sell lower, offer better induce
ments,
RE,
r sell on better terms. They also intend
SS.
1- oing a large Receiving, Forwarding and
' Warehouse Business,
EED:
E ecailly for the shipment-of ottoi, and the
I Gard
Slost ong experience of both the above gentle- I
Litates men
T- eaves it unnecessary to offer other recom
reef, Li menditionis.
torage charges Low. Hauling, weighing
and repairing free.
Iron
i o'Co~on bought, sold, stored, or shiped; and
1886.
, 1886. ighest prices paid, or large advances made
1867 11 on same.
Every article required by Planters, always
S on hand,
rAIR, nd satisfaction guaranteed in all transac
ttions.
o sh particular attention paid to all orders or In
structions.
,me un.
be sold
Store-House and Office on DESIARD
J' STREET
E ST The Warehouse on the riverbank, at 8. W.
OLGER. [DELL'S old stand, and under his charge
13 m still.
emember to stop at the "GREEN FLAG,'
- where
9 lvery thing you require is sold, or give
, I'd away.
SHIELDS & OIDELL.
'qo Monroe, I,., Nov. 20,. 1869. n9;-tf
- . C. C .. ,:+ " . .' A . u .
t l -- .K ,,
p.hs r in New York ss prs;`
I rn dia#. mad jns ofi 'r;;fit;;m
eI ,ls ,, . .. ..f
COTTON. WOOL. . `+ .
f o r 'pt.48.. O. tines hi " ,
our mtion with the house of tS.&.
. ~. Oct. .. -
'. T .
In3We
H.AII .WI
our EV . LOO S*4
- n"elcItionwith te hou B. h +.
lo n-+, be plae _ rik, gt i
'tend e n t ath i o . 1 , 1 a69 re. . e
T"TiN -l J
We.vepo e n. teiv rm in h.
' to our "lar a.
iswerat
e nca his polat, auhorsesaslna 1
ythofeire io n thot hsvmeit oll of 14
T ,end at oa ;s as a- so '
G,' eoT o RENTN;j. ' .
an d ar e eoxese storoP tom l th
iea wr ei s whon t t he e si te6. e
__.. pisg O Wo tjo, ll ..l
; 3-t f tho rupplie oml.
beAtDadAptd teo iha ntpojd CO
yet ofthrdin theriser ma et A afti
1; ad tOUTSIDE SI NEW . SELEa NI. 5
We he exteasiwe toasuroom
made o warenhruses. fdr .orlog~ eAtoN, Mm
iweys A ba anDt tMo oDnatomers.
rhich enobles us to r a. or
had weatLhr,Nwh ind finae tr,. t
lARD to stoild or sell their cotton, wd
. W. with;it.

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