MONROE, LA., APRIL e, 187:3.
For Sale-A Printing Office complete
in all its appointments. Can be transported
easily, and a paper issued in one week after
arrival of the material on the spot. Apply
to Editor of TELuORAPIn.
Service will be held in Grace Church
every Sunday at 10 A. Nl., Rev. A. S.
The May number of the Southern
Magazine has arrived. We know of
no periodical so deserving of Southern
patronage as this one. Published at
Baltimore, at $4 per annum.
We are indebted to Senator J. R.
West for a bound copy of the Ninth
Census. The book contains a few pages
over 800, and a mass of information
impossible tobe had elsewhere.
Watch Your Address.
The date when each subscription ex
pires is affixed to the subecriber's
name. Receipts of money are acknowl
edged by a simple change of dates.
Don't forget this.
The cotton that had come up has
been seriously injured by the cold
weather, and, the cut-worms are at
work on the tender plant. We may
conclude that nearly all the early cotton
will have to be planted over.
Mr. Robert Layton sends us a head
of Hanson lettuce, crisp and brittle,
measuring 16 inches in diameter and
weighing 2 pounds. That is pretty
near as large as some lettuce beds we
have seen. Thank you, Mr. Layton.
The weather has been dry and quite
cool during the week just ended. Not
since the war have we had so dry a
spring. The streets are quite dusty, the
-fields and gardens dry, and the river is
at the stage usually seen in August.
The bayous in the swamp are all ford
able, and the swamps hard and firm.
We are requested to state that S. W.
()dell, agent for Shryock & Rowland,
St. Louis, Mo., wishes it understood
that no orders are solicited, or wanted,
except from legitimate dealers in mer
-chandise; therefore, planters and others
(not merchants) w'll confer a favor by
not proposing or sending orders to that 1
Received at the Monroe Book and
News Depot: Frank Leslie, Godey,
Demorest, and Peterson, for May;
Harpers' Bazar, May 3; Scribner's
Monthly, for Nay; Chimney Corner,
April 26; Harpers' Monthly, for May.
New books: Pascarel, by Ouida; Lady
Sweetapple; Middlemarch, by George :
Elliott; Godolphin. New music: Gen.
Robert E. Lee's Quick March ; Soiree
Polka; Goober Peas; Home in the
The District Court opened at Rayville
on Monday. The writer was in atten
dance at the tax-resisting meeting there
on that day, which was addressed by
Gov. McEnery in a speech of nearly
two hours' length. The Courthouse
could not contain the vast assemblage.
It was an earnest enthusiastic meeting
that meant no good for the usurpers.
The people of Richland may support
Mr. Kellogg's government, but their
acts and professions do not justify such
Arrival of Troops.
A company of U. S. soldiers, from
the post of Jackson, Miss., has arrived
here, and gone into camp below the
city near Mr. Layton's. Capt. Clayton
Hale, the officer in command, paid us
a business call, and from him we learn
that the object ot the assignment is to
furnish U.S.MIarshals with troops, upon
a proper requisition from those officials.
We are wholly ignorant of any act,
thought or purpose on the part of any
responsible citizen of this country to re
sist the authority of the United States.
It gives us pleasure to say that we are
favorably impressed with Capt. HIale
and that hesxpresses himself well pleas
ed with what he hars seen of our little
city and its people.
Mail Depredations on the N. L. & T. it. R.
Some time in the latter part of last
year one of the workmen in the shops
ofthe North Louisiana & Texas Rail
road located in this city, in overhaul
ing a mail and express coach, found a
number of letters and envelopes bet wecn
the ceiling and outer plank, which gave
pvery evidence of having been broken
u-,pen and robbed. A list of these letters
with date of maniling, and the names of
- wrsons who witnessed the finding, have
-een placed in our posscsion. Some
of the -Ietters were mailedl here and
others mailed el.ewhere. The post
office special agent ttnd newspaper
dead-beat, Major Edgar Seyle,was noti
tied promptly of this tdelredation, as
his letter in our possession shows, but
no notice appears to have been taken of
the matter, although his acknowledge
ment is dated the 29th of January last. I
The swift-footed Special Agent, who
jwas so prompt to arrest Pipes and Bu
chanan, the small-fry mail robbers, has,
it seems, abandoned his honest purpose
of bringing robbers to punishment, in
consideration of the parties likely to
be brought up in the robbery of letters
on the N. L. & T. Railroad. From
what we can gather only one of the
trains, sent on alternate days- from
Monroe, was subjected to the mail rob
bers inspection, and this was Mr. Iarry
Lewis's train, on which the young
Messrs. Rays were in charge of the
mails. Neither the road nor its officers
have anything to do with the mails,
but these young men had the pouches
and mail matter in full charge, and it
behooves them, now to answer fully this
grave accusation against their fidelity.
We purpose looking into this business
Proceedings of Tax Payers' Meeting, at
Monroe, April 19, 1873.
At 12 o'clock, Col. Robert Richardson,
Provisional Presidentof the Association
of Tax-Payers of the Parish of Ouachita,
called the meeting to order; and in a
brief and pointed manner explained the
object of the meeting.
G. WV. McFee, the Secretary and
Treasurer, being absent, D. C. Brown
was requested to act as Secretary pro
Thos. McGuire, of Trenton, offered
the following resolutions, which were
unanimously adopted :
1. Resolvecd, That we, the people of
the parish of Ouachita, in mass meeting
assembled, heartily and fully endorse
the past action of the government of
the State of Louisiana, in its several
branches and functions, presided over
by John McElnery as Governor of the
State, assisted by the Legislature re
cently assembled at Odd Fellow's Hall
in the city of New Orleans; that we
recognize the same as the only true and
legitimate government of this State;
that none other has any civil or mili
tary functions within the linmits of our
2. That said McEnery government
having been duly elected by a majority
of the voters of the State, we therefore
pledge to it our cordial support as citi
zens, tax-payers and organized militia.
3. That we ignore the so-called Kel
logg government as being spurious and
illegal-as the creature of perjury and
fraud-and as dependent solely on ex- .
traneous force for support, it not having
tihe civil countenance or support of the
people of this State or of the United
4. That we will in every legal man
nor resist and obstruct the operation of
said Kellogg government, both as re
gards the collection of revenues there
for and the action of those claiming to
act as officers thereunder.
The following resolutions were then
1. Jlesolred, That this meeting adopt
for the government of the Association
of Tax-Payers of Ouachita Parish the
Articles of Agreement of the People's
League of Louisiana.
2. That the President of this meeting
shall be President of the Parish Council,
and shall immediately appoint two
Vice Presidents from the city of fMon
rooand one from each ward. Aquorum
to transact business shall consist of
3. The President and Vice Presidents
shall constitute the Parish Council, and
shall adopt such by-laws and regula
tions as to them may be deemed appro
4. That the Council shall immedi
ately proceed to organize the tax-payers
of each ward.
5. That there shall also be one Secre
tary and Treasurer who shall reside in
the city of Monroe. The President
shall appoint the Secretary and Treas
G. That the Vice Presidcnts shall
iulmediately take up subscriptions in
their respective wards to defray the
expenses of this Association until an
an assessment can be mnade.
The President introduced Governor
MeEnery to the meeting. The Gov
crnor spoke about two hours, and
ma:de a most able and eloquent address
which was listened to attentively and
At the conclusion of the Governor's
address the meeting adjourned.
It. RzCUARxDSOx, President.
D. C. 3nows-, Scc'y pro ternm.
The Sparta Rural Times argues that
if we refuse to pay taxes when called
on by the Kellogg government, we will
be thrown into a state of confusion and
That is exactly what our revolution
ary sires said when they refused to pay
King George's taxos,' but tilecy prc
ferred confusion and anarchy to sub
mission, whlich we understand to be the
ditfflrence between our cotemnporary
and those old fools.
Organization of the Parish Council of the
The following officeas re appointed:
Vice Presidents-J. A. Covington,:
Forksville; C. W. McCain, Pine Grove;
J. P'. hleesley, Island; David Faulk,
Lgtown; A. F. Flournoy, Trenton;
G. V. McCranie, Isaiah Garrett, MIon
roe; Robert Logan, ward three. Secre
tary and Treasurer-G. XV. McFee.
There will ho a meeting of the Coun
eil at Monroe, on the first Saturday in i
May, and every other alternate Satur
It. RiciLrtnoso, President.
April 23, 1873.
Proctor & Gamble's Extra Olive Soap
is inadeof the best ingredients and is agree
ably perfumed. It is sold at the same price
as common soap, in all the groceries in the
country and the city of New Orleans. This
superior soap has acquired in the market a
large sale; for the toilet, to wash linen, and
all other domestic uses. It is suflcitont to
buy once only, to be convinced of its great
quality, and to give it the preference to all
others. Ask for it in your grocery and you
will buy no other. All our acquaintance
are perfectly satisfied with it.
Every genuine box of Dr. 3fcLanc's Liver
Pills bears the signature of Fleming Bros.,
Pittsburg, Pa., and their privatoU.S.Stamp.
Z'" Take no other, the market is full of
It is the popular verdict that people who
have been accustomed to the use of Bitters
or Cordials, are obliged, eventually, to re
sort to ,cLanc'. Liver Pills for permanent
Hope told a Flattering Tale,
But never even anticipated so divine a
preparation for the toilet, as that delightful
preparation SozonosT. So cool and refresh
ingly agreeable to the mouth and tooth,
hardens and invigorates the gums, gives a
pure and healthy tone to the breath,
cleanses, beautifies and preserves the teeth
and arrests decay. 23
Spalding's Glue with brush, always ready
CASTOR SLrLPIIUR SPRINGS.
The Proprietor of the Castor Sulphur
Springs announces that he has enlarged and
improved his accommodations for guests
the ensuing season, and that he will be able
to entertain with all the comforts of borne
any number who shall seek the Springs for
either health or pleasure. Faumilies can be
supplied with private aparttnents, and
ladies with rooms secluded and coniforta
ble. The table will be supplied bountifully
with the best to be had. too I saddle and
harness horses, hacks and buggies, alnd
attentive hostlers will be found at the ila
bles. and the roads, having been repaired,
will aollrd good drives. Those seeking re
laxation and a selllOllnt w ill tind a spacious
ball-room, bowling alloy, billiard tables,
ce., ready for their use. Tho atijacont for
ests ahbiulnd in galue, and the bayou C stor, a
running near by, is noted for its tine fishing.
The wvatcrs of the C(astor Sulplur Springs
are known to have great otlicayv in correct
ing derangements of the digestive organs.
In all cases of general debility, its alterative
land tonic effects are m:irked, prompt and
atisfactory. The most obstinate cutaneous
diseases unfatilingly yield to its influence if a
properly used. Chronic rheualntislm, nenu
ralgia and old ulcers mtay- be promptly olit
gated and often radically cured by judi
iolus use of these waters.
The Springs are situated about 35 miiles
northwest of Ilarrisonburg and 2O0 tiles
southwest of Colulmbia. A regular line of
stages will run twice a week between Co
lutmbia and the Sprinlgs. Iecent itnprove
Inets on the roads and bridges render the
Springs easy of access to all kinds of carri
ages frolt e; cry direction.
Board per day for adults................2.00
Board per week for adults..........12t.00
Board per month for adults...........40.00
Drafts payable on the 1st day of January,
1874, given by responsible parties on re- I
iponsible merchants, will be received for
board. THIOMAS J. fiOUGH,I
April 25, 1573.-r4m Proprietor.
R~C' 1IB I Ei- l'S O N TLI I Y, 'i
" The host Mag,'nazino in thte World."
The November and December Numlbers
*ontaining the beginning of
" A RlTC'trl IIONN IC'ASTLE,"
D)I. IIOLLAND'S GRIEAT AMEIITICAAN"
Sent free to all subscribers for 1873.
Prier.S n - o1"; 1,l rlLs a nullmber.
sCt'IIINEItR &t CO.,
Jant'y ll,-ly 65t Broadway, N. Y.
TIIE firm of PICO & Co. having bon
dissolved by mutual consent, and hav
ng purchased the goods, groceries, &e.,
toinprising the stock of the Itnto hoesc, I
-ill continue the business in my own name
lating front July 1st, 1872.
The claims of every kind duo the late firm
fro inl mly hands for collection.
F. W. MICITAUX.
Monroe, July 12, 1872.
In retiring from business, we eheorfully
and cordially reconmnend our successor
Ilr. F. W. MICIIAUX, to theo publio and
:ie patroas of the late house.
PICO & CO.
Monroe, July 13, 1.72. &3:tf
ILLLUSTRATED IIOME MA.\CAZINE
A Magnzlne for cultured .omens. A Mag-I
azino atlways lip to thle advancing thought,
social progress :and spirit of the times. A
Mlagazine in whlich the lighter literature of
the period is made the vehicle orf pure and
A now $5 picture of surpassing grace and
beauty to he Given Away to every subsecri
One copy, one year, f'. Specimen coples
15 cents. T. S. AItTIIUt H R ONS,
jantll:tf Phllladelphia, I'Pa.
C(,MMISSTON MhEIRCITANT AND
)EAI'R IN E S T IE R N PRODTCE,
Corn, Oats, I1ay, Bran, Pork, Baron andil
1our sold on consignment. 25--ly
OFR SALE CIIEAP I
AN OPEX CARRTAGE.
In good condlition; and also a now sot of V
Msr. 1, 7S.-tf Apply to V. 'OGIT.
FOR SALE AT TIlB OFFICE.
DAI. T. IEAID. .. D McI.AlS.
HBEAD & McLAIN,
RIECEIVING, FORWARDING AND
DRY GOODS, CLOTIING,
BOOTS, SHOES, IATS,
IIARDWARE, IRON, CASTINGS,
BAGGING, TIES, WAGOPNS
CARTS, BUGGIES, ROCKAWAYS,
COOKING STOVES. FURNITURE,
AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES
Of all kinda
Liberal advances made on Cotton, in eash
and supplies. Trenton, Sept. 20, 1870. n2:Ty
T. C. STANDIFER & CO.,
(Su ccssors to Standilbr A MeGuire)
SiCHIVINt, FOWRWARIDIGO AND COMMIMeION
And Dealers in
April 1, 1873. vS:29-tf
ADOLPIHUS F. JACKSON,
I IA D a McLAIN,
Having connected hiiself with the above
house,will be pleased to have his old friends
and acquaintance call on him when they
visit Trenton, and will be ploased to serve
thenm in any way possible with the advan
tages of a largo amount of General Merch
andiso, feeling confident that he nan make
it to theoir uterest to do so. Oct.9,'72.-tf
E W~. MIEALVY'
PHIOTOGR'PIIIC A FINE ART (I Ai.LEtY
Gra~nd SLtreet, Monroe. La.
Pictures taken In all theo Iuproved styles,
Forrotypos, Genma, 1o.
Pietures taken In cloudy weather es well
Will keep constantly on hand a large as
and Stercoacopi Viewn'
if all parts of the world.
SIOTORH B RAS Es,
,f every description, for sale with or without
L'Iorult· OF ALL KINDS FRAMII TO ORDERI,
Views of the ruins of the city of Monroe
'or sale. February 24, 1872. 23:ly
LOTS FOR lALE I
IOUSIEi TO RENT!
Persons desirous of purchasing ellgibly
situated City Lots, on accommlodating
terms, or renting a comfortable residence,
will do well to apply to
J. TV. tOCKEI,
North La. and Toxan Railroad Depot,
Or Dr. f. L. BRACEY, Dentist,
Grand St., opposite Intelligencer office.
Jan. 85, 1873.-19-Gin
( GRAND (STREET, MONIIOE. LA..
fIARDWAVA~RE, ROCEltlES, DRY GOODS
GENEItAL PLANTATION SUPPIJES,
AND IMPOtTIi:R OF
LANDIET'II'S GARDEN SEED.
KErIEP CONSTANTLY ON rAND
LIME, CEMENT AND PLASTER.
ALSO AN ASORITMENT OF
WAGONS, IIEELTBAItIROWS, PLOlWS.
August 17, 1572. 48:tf
DESTAltD STREIET, MONROl, LA.,
HIighoest market price paid for cotton and
country produce. 40:t
W i'V , E &ER WILS.ON'S IIIGIEST PREMIfUM FAMILY AND PLANTATION
E I ý W ZM A CIII'-NES .
925.000 in Uso-20.000 Sold in Louisiana-Prices $60 to $100.
If you want a good family Sewing Machine that will not ri or
rnvel, then call and see our now style IDRAWV FEED) MACHI NE.
-They are now univorsally acknowledged to be to be Superior to all
others in the quality and variety of the Sowing done by them, and
nlsro in durability of the mthuino. It is the only machine in the
world that will ]find. IPell, Tuck, Gthher, Cord, Stitch, Quilt, Hem
Cof any width), Braid, Fringe, and make a most beautiful Button
Hole. Every machine is guaranteed for vIrvt EArS. Every family
ehou:d have one. PECK BtOTHERS, Southern Agents, 149 Canal St., New Orleana
W. E. BRADFORD, GERSON'S STORE, MONROE. LA.,
apllD:197t s.ramTwnso £na anwon uVAomzTA wJzaz. atly
NEW BRICK BUILD.ING,
(First Door ftom River)
DaSIARD'STRERT, MONROF, LA.
Having determined to keep pace with the
best Retail houses in the South, and having
supplied themselves with a stock of Mor
chandiso accordingly, OGoss Baorvnss in
form the Public that in their New Brick
Store they have a stock of Goods purchased
of First Hands and in selecting which
great care has been taken.
Their assortment of Dry Goods is fll and
complete, and ombracee
BOYS' AND GENTS' CLOTHING,
Latest Styles and a large variety i
BOOTS AND SHOEB,
From infant's msis to the largest wiowe
Of Superior Quality
And too numerous to mention.
In tL:s department purchases have been
iuade in large quantities, and comprises
LIQUOItS, TOBAOCO, AND
ALL FANCY ARTIOLES.
Having been In this buslness upwards of
Sixteen Years, Gnose BnorTanu feel them
olvoes competent to make purchases in a
way to give the Customer the full benefit
of his money. Their assortment I full I
and complete, and of such varieties, both in
kind and quality, as will meet the demands
of this market.
aP"All i oods warranted to give Batisfae
lion, and will be sold as Cheap as by any
houso in the South. A liberal share of the
patronage of the Public is respectfully so
lic!ted, arid an invitation extended to all to
call and examine for themseolves the stock
aRO s BROTUIERS,
Brick Building, DeSlard Street,
November 10, 1872. e:ly
DaSIARD Il) ltEIRT,
MONROB. LO UJlIANA,
iam constantly on hand and for ale, Gro
cerles of all dosoription, sunh as
COIPPER, IIAMS, BiACON,
LARD, IIUTTIER, CIIElESR, FLOUR,
POTATOES, ONIONS, CIG AR9, TOBACCO,
OYSTERS, SARIDINES, LIQUORS OF
ALL KINDS, PRESERVEA
IN GLASS AND CANS.
FPR UITd OJ VA RIO U Ir7ND.
AS LOW AS POSII3IILE FOR CASII.
Monroe. La., Feb'y 19, 187t n22:ly
AND BALE STAI)BLR,
If. (. DOBlSON, PROPRIETOR,
Cthr. Third ornd etiard ,reae, Monroe, La
Iforeoe, bugglies and hacks kept for hire.
liTrena and rmtulea bought and sold. Good
Iota for drovers omnected with the stable.
SIIREVEI'ORT STAGE OFFICE AT THIIIS C
October 15 1870. n4:ly
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LEONARD SCOTT PUB'G CO.,
3:tf 140 Fulton Street, N. Y.
R E A D REA DI
A Large Lot of
FOR SALE AT
The Very Lowest Cash Prices
- I want to sell Immediately
,3 Sacks Coffee;
200 Bbls Flour, Diferent qualitles;
10 Casks C. R. Sidee;
10 Casks C. Rides;
10 Casks Breakfias Baeos;
100 Drama Figs;
6 Casks Ilnms;
10 Inalf Dbls Molasses;
20 Kegs Molasses;
And a large assortment of
NUTS, RAISINS and ORAN(IES t
l-The highest market ALL-oAsE price
paid for Cotton and Country Produce.
F. W. IICHAU,.
Dealard Street, Monroe, La.
Jan. 4. 1873. nlO-tf.
B EIEN'e GENERAL INSURANCE
A GENO .
FIRS, LIFE AND MARINE.
COtpsltal represented over $32,000,0001
Georgla Home Fire Ins.
Co.U,ofColumbuGs .... S 800,000.00.
Underwrlters Agency, of
NOw York. ............ 4,000,000.001
I.ndon nd Livorpool
Globe........ ...... 1,0,000.00.
-ueen, London and Liv
orpool..................... 2 ,00i ,00).00.
North Ameriean, of New
York ..................... 802,672.28.
cfic, oCalifornia (fire
Snd mri.e).................. OSO,.9,2.00,Gold
Carolina Lfo na. Co., of
Mfemphis, Tenn .......... ,000,oo00.00.
ALL LOSSES PROMPTLY ADJUSTEP.
24-1y Grnd 4t.,Uonroe.
A RIOLISE AND LOT, on the COrner of
1 Grammont and Catalpa streets; lot
frnt 100 feet on Orammon nd rune backe
15 feet: newhousle with ix rooms; good
kitchen an grdn; a number of the very
best fruit trees. For partcru . applye t
jantltf Mrs. C. WRIGHT, Idonroe.
The reeldence of Col. John McEnery ; re
aently repaired, end renovated throughout
Its interior. For terms, apply at the ret
Apri 10, 155.-5el:5t
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