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Cauarine is an eusnlent remedy
children; mild in aetion and pleasant
Cascarine is purely vegetable, a home
product, strictly a Southern remedy, sad~ Js
espeoially adapted to diseases of this ci
iate._,'ýr " - --.... '
Ar~ifls the'past week-At Mr. and Mr.
H. T. - Benoit's, a bo, Tuesday night; it
.ni anb s. J fNelon a girl, Tues
day niigh"t.
The Ladies Aid Society of the Baptist
church i*ll give' an Oyster ppeat tle
residenoe of Mr. T,' L. James Fiday
night, Novenpber 8th. The public iscordi
Mr." J.. W. Doss' gin house at DossvUle
in Morehoinse pasish narrowly escaped
destruction by fire yesterday morning. it
caught while "the H., O. . & N. train was
stopped there. and some of the passengem
"aii.sted in extinguishing toe flames.
Another splendid shower of rainlell 't
night which'. buries the dust until next
summer. .Anorth. wind prevailed and it I
has turned much cooler, putting heavy u*s
derwear and overcoats in demand for the,
first time during the season. No more I
waism weather Is expected. - I
Homer Journal: In company with Mr. I
" E. Karlesberg, we visited Arizona a few
evelnngs sinoe. There are indications of 4
new life awakening in this pleasant little
village. The old factory is undergoing re7 1
pairs and it is said that it will soon l3e' .n i
.oieration again. Mr. T. H. Brown has t
opened a store there and has a nice stock i
and is already doi.ab goo1businees. Wbhq4
the factory is put.iTdperatlon Arizona will
be her old self again. ' .
,ermtilioanStar :- "In the marriage of t
MIiss Addie McGrath, of Baton Rouge, La., J
to Colonel Lee of Calhoun, La.,recently, n
the pre %,Stha State' his: lost one of its i
brigh ms eefore, belt re- P
solv h ne.Lee be con- g
demn ~g liprature,and I
that wea o dted gight to thus
pluck ou gtst lghti; there
ibre, be it farther riolided, that she, the c
aforesaid Miss- Addle McGrath, otherwise rl
known as 'Vivian,' but now Mrs. Lee, be
requested, and earnestly solicited to con- 8
tinue her contributions to the State press : y
otherwise her act of narriage with the said a
Colonel Lee, be declared null and void." F
Farmerville Gazette: Considerable. stir xI
was created in town last Wednesday, when -
it became known that Joe Shunter, deputy A
posttaster in the Farmerville.post office, C
had been arrested by a United States Mar- A
shal on the charge of tampering with regis- E
tered letters. The acmused was at once car- -
ried to Shieveport where apreleminary ex- C
amination was held before United States S
Comnmissidiner Slattery, after which he was J
released on bond in the sum of 500.
Young Shuster is a boy barely 16 years of b
age. ,He wasreared in our'town, and has P
been looked upon as a.bright and honest g
lad. We sincerely hopg, for his own sake 'ti
as well as for the sake of his family, that he ii
may be able to clear himself of all guilt in [
the matter. ' "-r J
Joe held the position of deputy postmas- r
tar under his father, Mr. I. Shuster,. who h
has been in charge of thisoffice for almost L
20 years past, and who has made for himself p
an unimpeachable record for honesty and g
integrity. L
-". " Amusements: C
SMiss Lillian Lewis, supported by her L
splendid company, will again grace the. R
boards of Garretson's Opera House on the R
night of the 16th inst. We bespeak for T
Miss Lewis a crowded house. T
The Drvidson Austen Co., now playing F
to-good houses at the Grand Opera House, v:
New Orleans, is billed to appear here on ei
the night of the 21st. "Guilty Without
Crime" will be presented.
All Saints Day.
The Catholiosofthiscityduly and appro- g
priately observed All Saints Day with relig- at
ionus services at St. Matthews and in the
evening their cemetery was illuminated
and the graves of their departed relatives
and friends were decorated with flowers and
other tokens o flove and fond remembrance. v
The gusts of wind and rain late in the even
ing, however, rudely interrupted and des- at
troyed the full observation of this beautiful ti
Garrett-Johnston. ii
On Thursday evening, at the Methodist a
church, Mr. Franklin Garrett and Miss n
Leila Johnston were united in marrage by h
Rev. T. J. Upton. tl
The church was beautifully decorated, n
an archof evergreen stretching across the 11
entire building below the chancel rail and 0o
in the centre, was a "marriage bell', n
of thesame, while on either side was sus
pended the initial letters of I be contracting A
parties, "G" and "J" wrought in evergreen. a
The church was filled to overflowing with ti
the friends and acquaintances of the bride
and groom, a
Mr. W. D. Testen and Miss Rebecca p
Byrne, Mr. D. A. Johnston, brotherof the ae
bride, and Miss Margie Garrett, daughter n
ofthegroom, and Capt. J. B. Stone and Miss h
Carrie Connell acted as attendants, and Mr. f(
,J. E. Biles, Capt. J. I. Trousdale and
Messrs. Marcus and Emile Kaliski as
After the ceremony a reeaption was giv- b
en at the residence of the bride's mother. b
Among those present were: 5
Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Sholars, Mrs. Battle,
of Little Rock, Msj. and Mrs. W'. A. Bright,
J. B. Garretson, Capt. J. Bi. Stone and Miss a
Carrie Connell, Mr. W. D. Tusten and Miss
Rebecca Byrne, Mr. D. 4. Johnston and (
Miss Margie Garrett, Hon. J. B. Boatner, j
Capt. J. H. Trounsdale, Mr. J. E. Biles and
Mesre. Marcuas and Emile Kalaski.
Mr. and Mrs. Garrett departed yesterday
morning on the east bound passenger train
on their bridal tour.
| day oel - Vld!Ja wha In the
1 u - . .
Mr. Stepren bieIk oauwhi., eLarm ila, .
w W:tere vaitor to Monroa Thaiteday. , :
Mewls. JW: Sl sm and B.0 . T
CI. L·. star, in n
city, oi peat of . as. . ner. .
y W O u McCormick, qo
of MHonroe, was ito town .on Wednesday
: last.
Senator J . a, nprjtr Xhrned Wednea
'day evening from Vidaif whete he hasa
been for the past three weeksr on legal B
t business. - Is o
R Mr. J.. Tremble, of the armerviile 
y Gazette, spent several days oi the past
I. weekiee looking after his interests in hi
thispoint. - B
Rev. Wm. Hart, ofo Columbia, asociate I)
editor of the al1irgll Watchman, has belen r
l o in the lty for the past several days in the or
Sinterest of his paper. We trust hisemission A
b' prove4shighly satiiihftory. to
Ruston Caligraph: Mr. J. R. Riohdsoan, id
of HMnroe, has aeeepte a clerlship in the bl
tdrugstore of M.t ;. B. Pollard. We trust re
Sthat t~ yoneggentleame will And Ruston te
t apleasant place to livein. th
Caldwell Watcbman: Uncle Billy au
i. McDonald, who 1yes near thse astorI
p Slrilgs this year, tells us that hmade o
a bple of cotton on one oblf an ttnre of land
this year, and challenges Caldwell ibr a J
better showing. on' Ti
pgcs. J. Portis, Esq., of t. Loulis, rail
Sroad attorney tbr Jay Gould, is in the oily M
Sarran ingthe 1fie of the transfer of the A
SHoustoP, Cent k ian o., and Northern frc
railroad. o tMr Gould. Mi. Portle a Is - Hn
thority tbrthe' attement that the roadwill an
be6ompieted. to a souithern connection as H,
soon as the Work ean be done. ' M
Capt. W. G. Kennedy. left for Mhadison co
parish Wednesday morning where he goesm
rto take charge of the planting interests of an
John P. Richardson and Bro. as general a d
manager. The 1'arauatra takes pleasure thi
in commending Capt. Kennedy to the good
people of Madison parish. He is a clever hi
gentlemian in every respect and one of the or
best and moat experienced, planters in ab
North Louisiana. The Messrs. Richardson
are to be congratulated upon having se
cured the services of so valuable and expe. A
rienoed a gentleman:p fa
Arrivals at the Crescent-Jno. 'B. Morris, as
St. Louis; A. M. Williams, Logtown; G. on
Murriville, N. O.; W. C. Bryan,'Menlphis; the
G: G. Edloff. Dallas, Tex.; J. G. Trimble, fa.
Farmerville;- .' G. Harrell, Starksville, we
Miss.; Wnm. Mequeen, City; W. A. Head, wl
Lapine, La.; Jno. I. Harris, Weatherford, hi,
Tex.; F. Rubright, 'Ark.; Jas. Gallagher, Ti
A; B. Powers, Mer Rouge; L. Wailes, d
Greenville, Miss.; J. 'V. Ryan, Memphis; by
A. G. Hamilton, DeSIrd; 0, T. Baird, thi
Bastrop; J.C. Steele, Ouachita City; W. rol
R. Quendell, Kansas City; L. W. Gregory, bu
Cuba, La.; Wm. Scott, N. O.;Jno. B. Nunis, the
St. Lonuis;C. F. Griswold, Helmetta, N. J.; his
J. N. Osburne, Bastrop. - kil
Arrivals at Garretsor-'s: C. L. Norwood, nil
N. O.; B. A. Shelby, St. Louis; E. W. Wi
White, Cinclnnattl; Juo. P. Harrington, Ed
St.'Louis; J.. S. Handy, C. Sholars, Bas-. 1
'trop; W. S. Rhodes, DeSiard; T. L. Flem- at I
ing, Tallnlah; H. B. Lewis, Vicksburg; F. att
L. Levy,'N. 0.; Thos. J. Portis, St. Louis; age
Jno. A. Williams, Bastrop; M. L, Graves, his
N.; Y.; F. L. Askew, Memphis; Nathan caI
Meyer, Cincinnati; W. F. Armstrong, St. I
Louis; W. 8. B. Mitchener; Mer Rouge - J. art
P. Parker, city; W. T. Theobalds, A. L: 1st
Smith. Island; John I. Godse, N. 0.; W. grW
L. Trioe, Ottoawa, Kan.; 3. B. Colvin; A. A. wig
Cann, Bosco Bell, La.; W. A. Singer, St. cox
Louis; Felix Onuy, Alfred Levy, N. O.; J. has
W. Simms, B. B. Sorey. B, O. Edwards, S
Rayvillo; J. Burnett, Jr.d F. L, Buck, City; hua
R. W. Barton,N. 0.; F. 8. Harris, Nashville, Spc
Tenn.; A. S. Magruder, Greenville; Jno. Jai
Thomas, Miss.; Wm. Scott, New Orleans, nal
F. L. Buck, city; E. F. Coombs, Bates- ash
ville; W. A. Wilcox, Grand Rapids; N. My- fro
er, Cincinnati. am
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"Never put off till to-morrow what can bo!
be done to-day," which was often done by one
bilious persons when they had to take pills, A
butsinco the introduction of Cascarine, the
greatest of all liver regulators, delay is
absurd. mo
A Headlong Fall. is r
[Shreveport Times.j hot
This community was somewhat startled Wa,
yesterday morning by the statement that wa
Mr. Wiley Jones had fallen from the fourth Ed
story window of the City hotel. It seems tha
that Mr. Jones and a friend occupied the ant
same room. He retired Wednesday hight of
perfectly sober, about II o'clock. Some the
little time before 5 o'clock yesterday aft,
morning he was found senseless be- the
neath the window of the room irn which he fo
had slept. It is supposed that he un- co
thoughtedly walked out of the window, 3
mistaking it for the doorway, or when on- left
ly partially awake. He suffered a fracture brc
of his left arm, and serious, but it is hoped bI
not tatal injaries.
H has been attended by Dnootors Ford, 2
Allen and Beynon, while Mr. Reynolds trii
andhisclerka have been extremely atten. cla
tive to him in his misfortune.
Mr. Wiley Jones is about 35 years old
and is employedon theVicksburg, Shreve- Is
port and Paciflc railroad as supervisor be- 1s
eween this city and Vicksburg. He has col
many friends in this city, who trust that
he may recover from the cffests of his un- tha
fortunate fall. wh
The New Discovery. die
You have heard your friends and neigh- j
bors talking about it. You may yourself Dr
be one of themany who know fromper- no
senalexperioencejust how good a thing itbu
is. If you have ever tried it,u are one
of its staunch friends, bocausO the wonder- he
ful thing about it is, that when once given m
atrial, Dr. King!s New Discovery ever B
after holds a place in the house. If you by
have never used It and should be afiicted
with a cough, cold or any Throat, Lung or i
Chest trouble, secure a bottle at once and th(
give it a fair trial. It Is guaranteed every to
time or money refunded. Trial Bottles free
at Dr. A. . Sholare, drugstore. la
Pains in the small of the back are ladi
cative of disordered kidneys. Cascarine
witi restore their healthy action. A,
B' BONU 34Y vOWT 4'
eI + " t ere Lm ' .hse a d
""e following telegrsm appeared in the
Tit s.-Deme ._oerjat of t. he t
mueýr commoitted Ia team ose of Asiy
myeaty' last rhusedy. ofte Frank
hoa5e wee walktng;-. atip'n unfre
quented rotd he warn analbyEd..it mrt,
Swho en_d bi hm in friendly oonveraatlbn
on enough to find out who he was, and
opicino up a piece of fence rail beat his
saihito jelly.. stewart fled to Kings
land, where he was arrested by Sheriff
Daar.. of Ashley oounty, and taken to
sar anid other wiltsale bel onging to Os
borne were found on his petson. Stewart
hasoonfaned-his crime.
This special did not attract qiyy notice
here as it oontained, nothing to identify the
Ed. Stewart charged with the" murder.
Deputy SheriffJ. I. - MGulr had howev
er, recelves letter'a few days prrviounly
from B. B. Staton, a Jostice of the peaseb6f
Ashley county,hswhio we subjoura, giving
fuller details of the murder and-fixing the
identity of Ed. Stgwart by his confessions
but-which he hasikePta seret for obvious
reasons. But upoh the' appearance of 'the
telegram. giving information of th arrest,
that precaution was no longer necessary,
and Capt. McGuire exhibited the letter and
has kindly ftrnished it to the Tanoaoira
for publication. Itis as follows:
Porran BLrVF, As., Oct. 27, 1682 . .
J. E. Mculire, Monroe, La.:
There was a man murdered here on i
Thursday evening last by the name of C.
Osbern, a horse drover, bya boy who gave
his name as Ed Stewart and said he'lie in
Monroe and had a widowed mother there.
After be committed the murder he want
from here to Hamburg and frolm there to
Monticello. The sheriff is in hot. pursuit.
He robbed the man after .murdering him
and took the man's horse and rode It off to
Hamburg, left it there and took stage to
Monticello, butit Is probable lhe may go
back to Monroe, and i hebis there now or
comes there arrest him at once, and notify
me at Poplar Bluff and J. P. Clark, Sheriff
at Hamburg. Ashley county, Ark., at once
and theaherilftwill come for him. It was
a bhorrible.murder and he killed him for 1
the purpose of robbery. It seemsm Osbrn
hired the boy at Monroe to' go with him
and drive his horses. Keep alook out for
him and if you hear from him at anytime
or place let us hear at once. The man bad
about 29 or 30 head of horses.
Yours truly,
S B.B. dSTAO;,
Justice of the Peace, Poplar Bluff, Ark.
As will be seen by this letter, and as the
facts since learned here show, the details
as given in the special to the Times-Demo
crat are manifestly erroneous, nothing
therein being correct except the main i
fact. Osborne was in this city about three
weeks ago with his drove of horses, asd
while here he hired Ed. Stewart to go with
him tossisthbim in driving his horses.
They passed through Mer Rouge about ten
days ortwo weeks ago and wereseen there
by Mr. D. T. Russell, of this city. Ed.,
therefore, did not meet Osborne in the
road, form his acquaintance, ascertain his
business and then murder him as stated in
the special. He knew all about him and
his business and it is very probable that he
killed him while they were camped for the
night and while his victim was asleep.
We can conceive of no other theory for
Ed Stewart is a mere youth, only about
15 years old, and a very delicate, frall one
at that, r.e it is hardly probable that he J
attacked Osborne openly, a man of middle
age and one, it is naturally supposed from
his avocation, abundantly able to take
care of himself.
Ed Stewart is a son of the late John Stew
art, who:was an estimable man and a gal
lant Confederate soldier, and he is also a
grandson of the late MaJ. H. M. Dry. His I
widowed mother, as stated by him in his
confession, is now living in this city and he
has two older brothers living lere.
Since the death ofhis father, Ed Stewart a
hssgrown up pretty much on his own .re- c
sponsibility and from bad associates, Jesse o
James literature and the bent of his incl- E
nation he has come to a bad end. This tl
should be a warning to other boys, who n
from reading yellow back literature, are t<
ambitious to become famous as bandits. h
The family will do all they can for the it
boy but the case seems to be a hopeless d
one. a
After writing the above we learned from J
parties arriving from Bastrop yesterday h
morning that Ed. Stewart implicates in the I,
murder a man from this place whose name
is not given. The party is now in More- g
house, either at Mer Rouge or Bastrop, and g;
was in Ashley county when the murder
was committed. He is being watched.
Ed. Stewart says, so the story goes, re
that this party tirst proposed the murder tt
and robbery, saying that Osborne had lots
of money; that he afterwards consented and
that his accomplice shot him and that he
afterwards knocked him In the head with 3'
therail; that 700 in money was secured
from the murdered man and that lis ac- As
complice got $400 of it and he got $300.
MLr. R. II. Stewart, brother of41o accused,
left for Hamburg Thursday to see his }
brother and for the purpose of roendering ti
him every assistance in hispower. 3d
The unirorsal verdict of those who have p
tried Cascarino is that it d(ces all that is I
claimed for it. Try it anud be convinced.
A Lovely Complexlon h
Is something desired by every lady iln the h
land. The e:asiest way to get that beautlful
color to the skin is to first make the blood
pure. The impurities mnust be removed by ,
the administration of some remedial agent A
which contains the most thorough alters- c
tive properties combined with thlos ingre
dients which tend not only to remove im- I
purities of the blood, but also build up and a
ilvigorate the system. Such a remedy is '
Dr. Westmoreland's Calisaya Tonic, whiich c
not only thoroughly cleanses the blood,
but alsoinvigorates the systemn and leaves I
the patient in a thoroughly improved and I c
healthy condition. The price is within the
reachof all. W0 cents and SL.00 a bottle, and I
Bathle & Brewer in your town sell it. Sold
by 0. B. Haynes in West Monroe. 1
Ma. A. K.ITAwnas-Dear Sir: I have
thoroughly tested the glasses you adjusted
to my eyes some time ago, anld find them i
to be unsurpassed in clearness and brrll
lianey. In fact tehy are the best glasses I
have ever used. W. D. BRoxau.[
Ex-Governor of Florida. I
All eves fitted and fit ,uaranteed by Dr.
A. B, S~holara, Monroe, La.
2i p JANUARY:14t' t. -i4q
WILL TA, . . .IW : ],' ... *iI
f ora ! $l '
Ghen70-iu a.Ce -: A
Losses pid without dieount as anoo
Liverpool t L nondon Globe, of r
North Bts A Mer.tie, of Londonp r.
OPhenix, of Aoohl I 3an Di f
burghWINES, LIQSotlaORS, . ' Of LAn o dO.
M t d of New r ew Yrk
ployersa Liability Aoident Inmurenos Co.' t o ndon.
Corner ad and Sith
Respectfully, . h .'
-R.-E, MEO A-i"
IFo ave fine Layesy Outfits, Hearses, Garriag, Omnibuses, ggs =and'-Drumn
Willbn or .ssU-took on commision and puro the of all 4igeaq w b9rpak
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The Memphis Buildal, than and Tontine
Saviogs Aescitlon.
Several days ago one W. W. Jackson
came to Monroe as the representative of the
above named asoociation anmd meeting with
considerable encouragement proceeded to
organize abranch of the association here.
He was a regularly commissioned agent of
the association but he turned out to be a
rascal, for hayving duped several subscribers
to the stock of the association into making
him an advance payment he skipped the
town,getting away with about 670.Since his
departure, however, Messrs. John V. Ryan,
teneral manager of the association; and D.
J. Durns, onoeof its agents, have appeared
here and they assure us that the losses
will be made good. Mr. Ryan departed for
Shreveport yesterday evening but Mr.
Burns wjllremain here and perfect the or
Cascarlue is a sovereign remedy for kid
ney diseases. It banishes the pains usually
felt in the smallof the back and cleanses
the whole system.
This is what you ought to have, in fact
you must have it to fully enjoy life. Thou
sands are searching for It daily, and
mourning because they find it not. Thou
sands upon thousands of dollars are spent
annually by our people in the hope that
they may attain this boon. And yet it
may be had by all. We guarantee that
TKlebtric BitteraL if used according to direc
tions and the use persisted in, will bring
ott Good Digestion and oust the demon
Dyspepsia and install instead Eupepsy.
We recommend Electric Bitters for l ys
pepsia and all diseases of the Liver, Sto
mach and Kidneys. Sold at 50c. per bottle
by Dr. A. 13. Sholars, Druggist.
Whonsuffering from sick and nervous
headache, take a few doses of Cascarine and
be cured.
Is Consumption Incurable I
Read the following: Mr. C. II. Morris,
N'ewark, Ark., says: ."Was down with
Abscess of Lungs, and friends and physi
cians pronounced tme an Incurable Con
sumptive. Began taking Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, am now oni
my third bottle, and able to oversee the
work on my farm. It is tile finest medi
cine ever mlade."
Jesse Middlewart, Decatur, Ohio, says :
IIad it not been for Dr. King's New 1Die
covery for Consumption I would have died
of Lung 'Troubles. Was given up by doc
tors. Am now In best of health." Try it.
Sample bottles free at Dr. A. B. Shoiars'
Bucklin's Arnica Salve.
Tihe Best Salvo in the world for Cuts,
Bruses, Sores. Ulcers, Rheum, Fever Sores,
Tatter Chapped hands, Chilhlalns corns,
and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures rlies, or no pay required. It is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. Pries 2 cents per box.
For sale by Dr. A. B. Sholars.
Eleetrfe Btten. '
This remedy ig becoming so well known
and so'popular as to need no speoial'- men
tion. Al. wio have used E -letrio Bltters
s!np theo sano sng It praise-.A pur
meicolne doS not exist andit is. rant.8
to do all that is' olalued; lloota Bitters
will cure al diseases o the Liver and Kid.
neys, will remove Pimples, Bolls, ,all
Rheuim and other affeotions caused I,
impure blood.-Will drive Malaria frot,l
the system and prevent as well as inre r il
Malarial fevers.-For oure of lleadi.be.;
Constipation and Indigestion try iImo, rio
Bitters.-Entiro aatirl'aetof li gtirnnitold. or
money refunded.-Prime £0 acis. knd Sl.uo
per bittlo at Dr. A. i. $b,lan.,' Dlrug.storu.
ror Your aGln.
Winitr Rtraino, Irrl arl,
(oldsa, Machinery Oil,
Black Oil, cheap at
BAILIE & BasWmn's
Malaria is an unseon poisoi in the air
and is inhaled into and affeCts the entire
system. Casoarine effectually destroys it.
1.EY.-NO. 2949.
the lion. Fifth District Court, in and
for the Parish of Ouachits. and to [email protected]
ted in the above entitled and numbered
suilt, I have selzed and taken into my pa
seasuon, and wit sell at public auction, be
tween legal hours of sale, to the last and
highest bidder, at the door of the Court
House in the city of Monroe, La., on SAT
1889, the following described property, to
Seventy-live bushels of corn, more or
Beixed as the property of defendant and
will be sold to satlsfy maid writ and costs.
Terms of sale, cash, with benefit of ap
praisement. W. T, TIHOBItALDS
Oct. :1ist, 1889. Sherff.
1 there will be a meeting of the Stock
holders of the MonroeTransportation Com
pany on the Llrst Monday in December,
1889, at the company's offico in the city of
Monroe, La. for the purpose of electing
a board of diroctors to servo during the onr
ilnimgyear, and to voto on proposed amend
ments t, thu charter the the company.
Nov. ivt, 1S8. oSecretay.
place, Thursday evening, October 10th,
199, one deep sorrel mare--sout 15 hands
hlgh,blaza lu the face,had a bell on when she
left home, high weathers with saddle
marks. I will pay a liberal reward for any
information leading to her recovery.
Oct. 19.-tf. 10onroo, La.
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too tt~l
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And Blliar . Pa"Lor
i Repr.e.ill
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And Billiard P~aror, *
4Jo. 21$ I~r4&~i i3Qf~lM)U, LA.
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atefore e publ ton the rd day ront door of th A
W ro A. oliason and Wol the or e.
wilt bq old as above* et orthintee the
ower ppard o ao releas lef aa em yl srot
n the rigpht er and d on to b rlJbt
hip 12,with the lett.. I. . onn P, th ard.
beflor mo on the 8rd da onurt, Ward 18,
b W. A..ollw n tat on or aboual th e ralit
of law having been compiled with sime
3ilt bt sold au above m forh unI took t an
twnerayppaOnw and 'relase' uolme y preep
in pcaper wt and rp und uner erop l
h Ir. t. w. tu'swar aut I have not.J
Oi at.1, te.- mrk. f. ' J.P. the brand.
Ir.unds. a ,uerwie d ang.o'n urt, Wardi .e
'd4s, a.ilua l.dliLi t hat o or abouert the
z8'ht O: Jutle., at r),.k ()r,9. I took up an
ar nay. a ca'w .ltt on . 'hi MI DA LUT ER.p
r.,d cl,,r with is orp and under arop In
manch .mr. I rrg#Jnrwwer ).hnt I have not
,tl ,erer the, m'rk olr mnark, the brand or
Ir.auJ,, or ourhrwIse d, tlgur4d or disguised
"",;. u ,.InI. *nI thaat. the ow qor thereoffr
,utcnnw. to 3e. MITDlA LUTHIR.
Sworn to and subslribed before me this
IL day of October, 1889.
OctPt00o9 P. TIOUARD, J. P.
of my intention to make applioation to
enter u a homestead. under the prolvsions
of Act 6, approved 11th of, IJuly L18 the
folowing dascribed lnu4,*towlt: t.ot o.6
of e. 1lT 15 N R 8,3 a0nd . '.ot N qr o
Sec. It and then W qr of N E qr ot Se 11,
all in T 1I N 8 I., La. Meridian, con
talming in the eggregrate 148 acres more or
Oct. 1o.--at.
CTrt Tax COLLWraR'so OIrric
Monroe. La., Oct. lt, 180.
T tlce is hereby given that the city taxee
for thLbe year 1880 are now due and colleOt
ble aooording to the amssesment rollaon le..
lmn my offloe. Prompt avment will avoid
the penaltles preserlbd by law.
Oity Tax Collector, City of Monroe, Lu.
Oct. 1P.-Ste.
AL hstal kar.ir tit lako charge of tke new
in tel ht, Mor IHlago. Id. ,ii, Iio lr,3llns of
he H )r~lrn.r,", r r".,.raH . Ark1n4 w 1 and North
,,n K:l.lz'rn'I. 'I I'. ·Iii.Me is k'e ,w Slud lirt
- 1 ." ii .'r ;, n; ti~I Ii.. A li.ty~ing bust
, r""1! I. u+--i tl i lAj'iuL IAulmt heVe
trut m'lq"` run-ulVl wnem"It i.l"41 hi vie.
Adllron, C·. U. n.1V M:PORT,
'p1ii. *..-u. Mur iL-ugIA. .
biIrUA al.RI WAN(TED1.
Mmalutatrr rrf rnlhldsroble ezperlenne.
Oopeteiuu, hI c,,udICI. .uueueo fuhhty a pai6I
taton of uIvy iuuagi U1 0i ' Ii bout the hIst.
ano. and In tho iuhtisorC.N u~ the ',wnr. 'OT
further lnfurmntlou call it stso nfins oc
address M A 4AG3R,
Oct 2G-lm. 1451rO U.

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