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- ll ta1 in will herdafter crom ote the so
bridge, .nd the river trehse gl semmoen
wlTltbe used for an Interche*ae of
• ti e" thw.n .roads neutering at
-ster . e' re ilrW." i an
-. The .uhees of Behulort, dliang
once at&[me. de Galsera with. King g
eary IV. of Fmrance, extended one a
head to receive his Maesty.'e sluts
tion whtleshe dipped the logere of
her other hand into a dish B6 pik out
whr t ,Roa d..be taste. Thvis incident
hirppenr baetn e 0et r 1l98. It dermon
atre tei that ewa then three hundred
y)larbove he ahgers were still uPd to
p"r*otma the otBOe oow enligoed tog
fors, ia the highest nd emost reied tp
Teroles of sotlety. At aboUt this time, t
in fart, w eta the turtieg-point when
orkshliera to be used at tnible s the t,
ure now. When I we. rsente how r iee
were the IdeJu efthat reread ate on
' ll matter of outer deaeul o di bneha
vion, and how strlet was the ninqueute
of theI ooat, we m, we tle wonder
" that the tork wars rso Isle .in ooplilo 'o.n
bto reas e'teblo-f urti heto. stmte a
tiov tile e middt aeds the odte r St
erothr Wanst nle prouda doi adolptat,
S abw highb yaethae thmoe oI oar own.
hat oeu t hea pesles elt d thfe ahnde
.ah.eg- o iothe ger with their sle nder
pll trinsm wil obctta nom oved th
Sige, an the riad ie them bore it to
wIte ws'd foe tn In eli the wohe
fosfr btean t :toabds for tale the
are now., Weid its ip
the ea .at r ef as not
voo tritale, toi the
teepouadent ia s Lee*.
i he D s t'o lt in Lon
ot -opet tl til he
S!." hiremtrhat lhes thou all theeured
i...S..a eos on oe!;
tren' while u rte ,
gmg w "and bleiP vory.
e te~_at" o • --f-
b n ni s , e a l r i :
t j isplaydIn ,nearly all Q
lr dutertess of the city
Ilo- *ad1t14 understOOd that the tasoinlat
in Aloversion- urlihe to a remariks i
on Grens. ,ree, but' init ..O,
or.I tO jltet - clubs
It osthe ong ladies have already
4 r but the playinog Is
'Probably on of the most 'skillful
n p .oker playerse'- Is iss - aLine'am
noldswhoindoldl !i 1bs gegas-ere . ly
a n - lnnoceu lt,.41W51Q. v LMb 3
n d' ptO55_ ies In the sp1ecesfti
A, iiit I:dwbhicah she can keep from
no : betraying by word, exprsiton or
on whaet kind of a hand she holdS.
WTis youpg lady is also a levers euhre
pub= be :isgemOm player.
TrHEIENMaazon FLUsHE IN A YEAR.
Another excellent player is Mlis
Ettalnk,wo has b ad-the rate for
steelo tune, during her one year's experience
ihIn playing the gaime, of haviong held
B three "straight flushes." 'these feats
rii0taJg_-i tatlOn ;'ii
Teei sboing.tbe t*.lttiq
is vthe cily. #l Qo*
iti las t diltinction of belpg the
Smost adept. tile West Philadelphis
and ldles lin poker playing. In a private
miles gme4recently she held nine suceeilve
each AfMloong the many other scientific
blow players of the game In West Phlladel
aphis his Misc - Iim leio Lerooque, Whoss
is euplod1r skill i'innocent card. playing
glues i muheb envied by her compuanion
rved players. Miss Leroeque, who is of,
S Ui I ket, P also said to be an
peelpI Een rlt.
r ape i r ePilN MONEY AT STAKE.
In e veralAther quarters of the city
188, the l:adk play poker in not quite so,
I But- linnoiet form,-S1any of them being
In all, ln the habit of staklng all their pin -
ieven money. One of the latter has been in
sunk tl shalit-oftspendlng her summers Il
river uli', irben -bse could best enjoy her.
actre self. On her passge across the water
8 fet early last summer she engaged In po.
( 101 er gashes with two gentlemen Iriends.
if the Fortu fwavred her in every contest
and at 1e end of the voyage she found
00,000 that her winnings amounted to more
or the than enough to pay the expenses.
lamers PLAYING WITEH HER.HUSBAND.
ag at Another lady player is the wife of a
well known piano dealer in this city.
She boards at a fashionable hotel with
her husband, who is also fond of poker
playnlog. It is said that the wife took
up-tbhediversion two years ago because
d ing her husband was a luckless player.
King She determined that if he must play
ad one and must lose be should play with her,
and she would belnefit by his loeing.
iers of In this way all of her husband's losses
ick out still remain in the family, and are
lcodent used for pin.money.
undred The New York Sun's London corres.
tied to pondent cables over the following bits
etiedo of stage gossip: "Mrs. Lengtry has
bidden America a long adieu. She has
5 time, this week engaged the St. James The
awhen tre London, for a year from January
a they next, when shabe will open in ,"'Twixt
w ee Ax and Orown." Mrs. James Brown
bab oa Potter is also said to be looking for a
i beha. Wet End theatre, and the visit ot
quette Kyrle Bellew to London tbeis week
was, it s1 rumored, with a view to that
a nlr- purpose. Mrs. Potter's health is said
to be.entirely restored. She certainly
looked well enough when I saw her a
elicateo few days ago driving down the Champe
r own Elysee, Parsle, In an open victoria with
Sm the faithful IKyrle at her side.
•relt to - Advle to Mothers.
o the Mres. Winslow's Soothing Syrup
I Its ap- should always be used ..when children
s not are ettlng teeth. It relieves the llittle
to the satibr at once, It produces natural,
quiet sleep by relieving the child from
a pail, and the little cherub awakes as
" s t brigbt as a button." It Ils very ples
Sant to taste. It sooths the child, soft
eas tbhe gums, allays all pain, relieves
wld, regulates the bowels, and is the
best known remedy for diarrl,e,
SU- whether arlelng from teething or other
Seaterausee. Twenty-fe cents a boile.
S Amaele r ives' Model,
_ [M_ inmeapolla Tribune.]
-b. eesat advices from Paris conflrm
the eport that Amelie lives will
ado literlture for art. Whether it
walks tabe sot that she is hersemlf the
. eeatal igue of her best known stories
so w we have to right to say, but that it is
) wi Mte o ae of her plntings-strlklngly
dptree-therem e be no doubt, s shbe Is
saet alyte e itral but only figure
tlibMte ead without even the trouble
Ilaohe deathbi of draperles. A looking
gitsh furlshed her model.
j- , _ . .
°- 5.. L -.
_A- A- Iwet
al ;, i wrra r
l "! FINE JOB PRESS, half
.And wil d w~ork at Reasona* bar
, :re-ble Rates and in a Satis- sa
+ *++ .faetory Manner.
bld Es. TO GETTING UP
a ,for An
Sard¶l&u atto t F0
EAel. on r BU
bold s- weNEN s TO GETTING UP R.
feats a a ds
be an on
Oitedy byt M it
being -g ..
IS of a Lewrwy' e i4 s b,
pie city. S
e took T
tit play Paphle , a
as lss e
icores A SELECT STOCK
try has w
is week ALWAvS ON HANDi
natural, us, as wEll, as A as T
TONE & MURPHY~
MONROE, , .
City Property, Planitatins, Fia a tn
Grazing ands in horth- Louisiana
BOUGHT AND "SOLD ON COMMISSION.
Money to Lend on Country or Oity Proper -
Loans on Farms, Plantatiois or City Property negotiated
on long time and at lowest rate through
FRANCISI 8SMITH, (CALDWELL CO.
Will also lease property, collect rents, pay taxes and
conduct a general real estate business.
No charge for property entrusted to us for
sale unless sale is effected.
We list the following choice Country and City property:
50 LOTS IN LAYTOl t' ADDITION.
Chean and on easy terms.
IESIDENOCE. 1roperty fronting .99 feet W
L on Sixth street by 160 feet on Breard t. hi
Dwelling house oontaining 3 rooms, with1t
kitchen, cistern, oow house, good stable 0
and garden and orchard of selected frit 1
trees in fhul bearing. Price, $1,300. Terms,
half cash balance in 1 and 2 years with S
Rer cent. interest.
ESIDENCE on Granmount street, be
tween 0th and 7th streets. tLot 70x165c
feet. Five rooms. Outbuildings, stable,
barn etc. Cheap for cash.. -
etEH O orIgTl DENCE, corner
STelemaquo and St. John streets. For
sale or rent.
TOT in rear of Judge Gunby's, 180x190 feet,
J on oorner of Calypso and Catalpa streets
T OT 75x1486 corner 6th and Wood streets. I
A fine property at a bargain.
TO EXCH ANGE.-=$1O0 stock gents' far
Lnishing and general merchandise and
flourishing business in Pine Bluff, Ark.,
r.OR BAL.IE. Orange grove, Maniteo Co.,
J Florida. in full bearing, at a sacrifice.
DUILLING LOT in Trentn, with stable,
D buggy house, cistern andi fruit trees.
0 A uCRES GOOD ILL LAND. Four
01 miles west of town on V. 8. & P. R.
R. Fronts on two public roads. For 30
days $650 cash.
~AR~ of107 acres adjoining the town of
SDelhi on V. S. & P. Bailroad at crossing
of Brinkley Railroad. 60 aores in cultiva
tion, balance woodland; good improveo
ments.A bArl RV F ESIDENCE with
stables etc., and 7 acres in lot under fence,
finely Improved, in town of Bastrop, $1500,
one-third cash, balance 1 and 2 years.
11f ACRES 2 miles below Monroe, 20 in
Sonltivation, balance good timber.
Cheap and on long time.
SAOR,4 mleslwest of city, on V.,
O. IS. 1 P. R. 1. s00. Half cash.
A PLANTATION well improved and in a
L high state of cultivation; above over
flow. Ten miles below Monroe, fronting
on Ouchita river, contaning 338 acres, 90 in
cultivation, balance woodland : 4,000, on
200 AORE OF LAND KNOWN AS
'V Crn place, miles . north east of
Monroe. 75 sacres cleared and under fence.
'Fine ordba . $750.
Correspondence solicited. Big
STONE & MURPHY,
Refer by permission to OUACHITA NATIONAL BANK.
C. J. BOATNER. J. S. BOATNER.
Boatner & Boatner,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS, R
MNONROE, LA. .
Lanl s,- Plantations - and - City- Proporty
Bought and Sold on Commission. C
IWTo persons having property for sale, we offer an absolutely 14
free medium of advertisement. Therefore advertise
your property if you want to sell it. Send
in your application if you want to
buy. Our services cost noth
ii g if not fruitful.
We are now offeringsthe following choice property :
A00 CRES-FANSDALE PLANTATION-Situated 2% miles below Monroen
3000 acres cleared; good dwelling, fencing, etc. Price $25.00 per acre; one-third
cash; balance on two years' time.
ACRES OF LAND--I miles from Monroe on the Natchitoches road; 70acree 1
20 cleared land and good house. $750 cash.
WEST MONROE ADVERTISEMENTS.
XRELIO1I SAW AND PLAN1III MILLS.
F. VOLLMAN, Proprietor.
POST OFFICE: - - - - - WEST HONROE, LA.
-- MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN -
ROUGH, DRESSED AND MATCHED
Pine and Cypress Lumber,
HEART AND SAP SHINGLES,
DOORS, ASHE-, BLIN"DS, ETC.
The filling of orders and answering letters of imnportance promptly and faithfully
attended to. A liberal share of the public patronage solicited.
These mills of but recent constrution, are siuated on the west bank of Ouachita
rivTheser, immeatel above the Monroe Oil Mills. I have a railroad track connecting
them with the V S. P. R. and have a safe and convenient steamboat landing facilitio
enho with tbh o e mill h.area.bout. and by which I am enabled to offer such induce
menit to patrons residing slong-the railroad or river as will make it decidedly to their
advantage to deal with me. .
A. J. kELLER. Agent, Monroe, La.
1 UNION OIL COMPANY'S
L. D. McLAIN, Manager, MONROE, LA.
Will pay cash for cotton seed, at highest market prices; or
exchange cotton seed meal for seed.
Meal deliv ered on boats or cars at New Orleans prices.
A PLANTATIONx miies below Monroe
on Ot bank ot rlver" splendid imProve
ments, 6 new cabins, w~lin n , jod iDn, iF
wire and plank fonee well did and.. in
high state of cultivat on; land-of fine qual- U
ity and above any water: 681 aorep, 200
open; possession January I, 1889.
160 ACRES L~ND NElA OKALOOSA M
601ACRES WEST OF OUACHITA
160 river adjoining the Worley place.
TOCKWELL PLANTATION, situated
10 miles north of Homer In. Claiborne
parish, 8 miles east of Gibbs and Homer i
Railroad; 920 acres 600 cleared and in cul
tivation the remainder very fertile and
finely timbered. soil ually divided be
tween red ohoeolate 'aMd a grey sandy
loam, the red lands are welR adapted to
grain of all kinds and red -lover grows to C
perfection, splendid dwelling and good
improvements for tennant, can be easil
divided into 4 ttaatp, each ofwhich would i
Sm ea desirable farm. I we suplied
with water there bengon place 15 wels of i
free stone water and ,eesran through
the plantation: Finest place in the. State I
for a stock farm. Prict rea onable and
terms easy. Price on applilation at our
o LARGE OYPRESS BRAKES.
0 | ]ARM, 117 acres, on Bayou DeSiard; 60
JL acres in cultivation, ballance timber;
Sgood dwelling and improvements store
g buiding on Place; good orchard. Ch.eap.
1036 A - 4 miles west of city on V., S.
0 a P. Railroad, 150 acres cleared, ballance
Stimber. Cheap and on easy terms.
S1 60 ACRES adjoining Government Eper
, riment Farm at Calhoun, 60 acres cleared;
e, good dwelling and improvements; long
, 75 ACRES. 9 miles below Delhi on Bayou
in 5 Magn; ridge and bottom lands; 150 par
r. tially cleared; fine growth of pecan trees; 20
acres of Bermnda:
r, 80 Acres 8 miles south of Bastrop on Mon
roe road; 80 acres open comfortable
a dwelling and cabins; good H. P. gin and
•r- |grst mll; ridge and creek bottom lands;
ing l71 C good hill land, 4 miles west
on IU of Monroe on V., . & P. R. R., $ per
Sacre ;long time.
1S o00 ACoES 6 miles south of Baatrop on
of line ot projected railroad; 60 acres open;
oe. good land, good tenement houses, good or
chard; 3700; long time. .
,- ýý.ll,:ý ý-lml x.: .- ý'. ' -. ,
o. mao, Ia . Bonan Tflulab. La.
SORNE T LAW.
Will practiae in t, ba edralmd Sate
SOdrta. 'Offoesi:Monroe and Tfli, La.
aj.uoArTN lfl. g.U·orcaT. s. T.r AMxflq.
U · L Ai OR Y' S AýT LAW.
-Oies :. Shreveport and Monroe, La.
D. 'T rOENEtT LAW,
"Office: Corner St John and Wood streets.
- Northeast Corner Public Square.
. .. JarusaxGI. a. Jco. NoI'Ot.
OANIsioILL -& bJOHNSrTON,
II DENTISTS MONEROE. LA.
Ofoce uptair., Beruihardt's building.
OUACHITA RIVER CONSOLIDATED
J. W. BLANKS, FERD V. CELLOS,
Presaldont. • eCretary.
J.N . OeRDAN, Clerk.
Leaves Orleans every Wednesday at
5 p In. Leaves Monroe, (returniong), every
Saturday at 5 p. m. Connects with boats
for Bayous Bartholomew and D'Arbonne.
For freight or presage apply to M. L. MEI~
EDITH Sup't Monroe Wharf-boat.
• " . . . a
e NEW ORLEANS CARDS.
SEDWIN I. KURS3EEDT, A£t.
SWMonuments, Tombs, Headstones,
I -And all kinds of-
A MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS.
MARBLE AND ENCA(STIC FLOOR
A TILE MARBLE STATUARY. IRON
CHAIRS, SETTEES AND RAILING,
id MARBLE VASES AND URNS.
er 120 AND 22CAM STT. quare.
il- Opposite Lafayette Square.
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
t jr WN. BARTON,,
t OH AMBERIS, ROY & CO.--Limited.
od WHOLESALE GROCERS,
?a Importers of Wines and Liquors,
ed 30 Tchopitoulas & 34 New Levee Sts.,
o1 Bet. Natchez and Gravier Ste..
gb NEW ORLEANS. LA.
UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION !
OVER o A MILLION DISTRIBUTED!
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
Incorporated by the Legislature for
educational and Charitable purposes,
and its franchise made a part of the present
State constitution, in 1879, by an ovaR
Its GRAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAW
INGS take place semi-Annually (Jane and
December), and its GRAND SINGLE
NUMBER DRAWINGS take place on each
of the other ten months in the year, and
I are all drawn in public, at the Academy of
] Music, New Orleans, La.
J 'We do hereby certify that we supertis
r the arrangements for all ltOe Monthly and
SSemi-Annual Drawings of The Louisiana
State Lottery Co., andin person mansg
Sand control the Drawings themselves, and
that the same are conducted with honesty.
fa tirness and in zoo',faith toward ll par
. ties, and we antorzethe CompmanY to use
Ithis certificate with fac-simile of our
signatures attached in its advertisements."
We the undersigned Banks and Bankers
will pay all Prizes drawn in the Louisiana
State Lotteries, which may be presented at
IR.M.WAL MSLEY, Pres. La. Na. Bank.
P. LANAUX, Pres. State Nat. Bank.
A.BALDWIN, Prees. , O. Nat. Bank.
CARL COHN, Pres, Union Nat. Bank.
GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING
WILL TAKE PLACE
At the Academy of Music, New Orleans,
TUESDAY. NOV. 12, 1889,
CAPITAL PRIZE, - S300,000
Ly 100,000 Tickets at Twenty Dollars;
Halves, $10; Quarters, $5; Tenths,
$2; Twentieths, 91.
LIST OF PRIZES :
1 PRIZE OF $300 000 Is....................$300,000
1 PRIZE OF 106.000 is.............. 100,000
1 PRIZE OF 50,000 is............... 50000
1 PRIZE OF 25,000 Is............ 25,000
2 PRIZES OF 10,000 are............. 20,000
5 PRIZES OF 5,000 are............. 25,000
2&PRIZES OF 1,000 are............ 25,000
100 PRIZES OF 500 are.... .......:50,000
2 900 PRIZES OF 300 are............0,000
500 PRIZES OF 200 are............. 100,000
res 100 Prizes of $500 are .......................5 50,000
100 Prizes of 300 are......... ......... 30,000
- 100 Prizes of 200 are ........................ 20,000
990 Prizes of $100 are ................ 99.900
990 Prizes of 100 are.......................... 09,900
3,134 Prizes, amounting to......91,034,800
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE.
t~.or CLUB RATES, or any further in
formation desired, write legibly to the un
4A. dersigned, clearly stating your residence,
with State, County, Street and Number.
More rapid return mail delivery will be
assured by your enclosing an Envelope
bearing your full address.
All ordinary Letters containing Postal
Notes, Money Orders issued by all Ex
press Comnpanies or New York Exchange.
M. A. DAUPHIN,
'N New Orleans, La.
Address Registered Letters containing
ully currency to
New Orleans National Bank,
hits New Orleans, La.
uce. REMEMBER That the only genuine
Cheir Louisiana State Lottery Tickets issued un
der the State Charter, are recognized by the
highest Courts, are invariably signed by
- . A. DAUPHIN, President, Endorsed
by GENS. BEAUREOARD and EARLY, Super
visors ot the Drawings, and guaranteed by
National IBanks of New Orleans, as to the
payment of its prizes. None others are
All so-called "Supplements," "Original
Little Louisiana" or other imitations with
unlawful use of the Louisiana State Lot
A teryCompany's nauie.,y persons unknown.
under assumed or fictitious names, are at
tempts to deceive the public by false pre
tense, offering no guarantee wl :tlsoever.
or REMEMBER THAT ONE DILLAR is
the Price of the smallest part or fraction of
a ticket issued in any drawing. Anything
in our name offered at a less price, is either
a counterfeit or a swindle.