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Professional (Earös
w. il compton, ' sam'l.
Iiastivp. Hon roe.
"COMPTON & BAUD,
Attorneys at L«siw,
Oflces at Monroe and, Baslrop, La.
" Practice in all tlie Courts of the Twelfth
Judicial District, comprising the Parities of
Ouachita, MoreliouBe, Union and Jackson.
references:
r »ror /n, Jobiiston & Co., New Orleans,
Geo. M. l'inclîàrd & Co., New Orleans,
.T. F. Wye h g '& Co., New Orleans,.
Hon. Thos. T. Laud, Supreme .Judge.
lion. Lewis Sclby, Provitleucé. La.
F1ÎANCIS P. STÜEB3. R. W. JEM!SON.
Monroe, La., Vernon, La.
STÜBBS & JEMISON,
ATTORNTES AT LAW,
ly.ictice in tlie
Parishes of Ouachita, Jackson, Union,
Morylnmse, Caldwell, Franklin, Biou
ville, Claiborne and Winn.
April 11, 1859. ly.
R. RICHARDSON,
AUonicy Counselor at Law,
M onroe, L a.
AYill practice in all the Courts' of the 12th
Judicial District and the.parishes of Caldwell
und Franklin..
Oct. 13, 1S3Î). [j.
"A. H . MARTIN,
ATÏGSIÏEY AT LAW,
* M onroe, L a.
Will attend the Courts in the
Parishes comprising the 11th and 12th
Judicial Districts.
tësy" N. 15. Office nest door below
tlie Post Office
Nov. 1 st. Ib' fiS. ly.
c. il. jiimséison ', cue. mtvis
JE0ERI30N & FTJ3VXS, * .
A ! S orites's at Law,
[may27-Iy.] MÖNliOK. LA.
f 0 M» ScENliEY,
Attorney at Law,
Monroe, La.
.Nov . lllh, .1808. ' _ • ly.
J. i|.T. R BCJffl.iRDSOIK, '
A TT Oil NE Y AND COUNSELOR AT
. LAW,
M onroe. ... T .a.
D .
t JL'-TYi'
lUunr
Alt 3S'2ÎC5
La.
JL-J. V' iL j H
attorney- & Counsellor at T :
Monroe.' ...!.,
i\ LI. T0LEλ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
\ Y :nv.wro', F ranklin P arish, L a.
Will, attend the District Court of
Franklin, Ouachita. Catahoula and
Morehouse Parishes, and also the Sir
promo Court at Monroe.
Juno 10, 1858.— 1 v.
t. a. f. hak,"hr, «i. a. wiiïte.
i I. A UPER &, WHY T.ï'J,
ATTGRXEYS ft COOSSELORS AT LAW.
Vi'innsVoro, Franklin Parish, La.
"YSf lLTj attend promptly to ail bnsi
v 1 ne:-s in fho lltii and 12th Judi
cial Pi triff Court«.
May i-2, 1859. ly.
J. i.>. M athews . W m. M o F e
»S.&TMEWS ft. McFSJia.
Attorneys ij" Counsellors at Law.
B astrop , L a.
"VTiii attend to all business entrusted
I.» liio.m in the 12th Judicial District
Mid also in the Supreme Court at Mon
DK. I). G . TEMPLE.
Ol'E RATIVE, SÙUGICAL
AND
M E C IIA NI C A LT) E N T I ST,
Monroe, (La )
Vuvc\ ?i. i ?r..Q--iv.
J. L. IlVUNiO. L. A. SHIELDS.
S3 Y ïl Si E &> S S3 I 1} L 11 s 9
Kcceliing an«l Forwarding
Merchants.
MONROE, LA.
R'.'f.r io Piloher & Goodrich, New Orleaus.
Oct. <». '•*.!).-tf.
Scientific and PracticaF"
WATCH AND CLOCK
MAKER.
JOHN MILLER,
O oli'.uiïia, L a.
Every description
of Watches , Clocks ,
M u s i . c Boxes and
Jewelry , carefully repaired .—
L 'i\\' cnty - two years of practical
experience in the business , entitles him
to grvc ( he assurance that his work
will int be surpassed by any establish -
ment in Louisiana .
An assortment of ' Watches , Clocks
and Jewelry , of all descriptions ; also ,
Watch Uhrystals , Fhie Gold and Steel
Ivcys , Hands , and all other articles in
Iiis lino ,- always on hand . Old Gold
aiid Silver exchanged for ncwfcarticlcs
P. S. The watches I have on hand
belonging to my customers in Ouachi -
ta , and other Parishes , will bo deliv -
ered at Columbia when called for .
JOHN MILLER,
January 1s t , ISfiO. jT ly
B . L . LYNOHj
ATTORNEY .'i COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
So. Camp Street,
nf.1v orleans,
Front Odico over Home Mutual In -
su rance Cf., entrance on Xatchcz , St .
Oct. r., lsr-o.
¥
•A
/SAMUEL BARD.
VOL. X.
OFFICIAL F APER OF THE PAItlSH OF OUACHITA.
MONROE, LA;, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 12, 1860.
TvDITOR.
NO. 7.
5ïfta ©rlcnns CDircttovn.
R. ELOOMFIEl.il. . ' EDGAR STEEL
BLOOMFIELD & STEEL,
Publishers, Booksellers, Stationers,
and dealers in
PAPERS AND SCHOOL, BOOKS,
Law, Medical, Theological and Mis
cellaneous Works, in all styles nf bind
ing ; Libraries supplied on liberal
terms; Cheap Publications, Periodicals,
Magazines, received soon us issued
from the press.
Juvenile and Toy Books of every
description, Games, Alphabet Blocks,
Transparent Slates, and A B C Cards.
Blank Book Manufacturers, Printing,
Book Binding, Engraving and Litho
graphing Visiting Cards iig4,% -exe
cuted. . " If S
BLOOMFIELD, STEEL & CO.,
LOOK SEILERS AS J) STATI0SBR8,
CO Camp Street, Now Orleans.
Jan. 20, 1S5!). _ ly.
"H. KENDALL CARTER & CO.,
COTTON FACTORS,
and
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 15 St. Charles Street,
N ew O rleans.
■ —,0—
N. B. Tl. K. C. & Co., are agents for, and
k" ''p constantly on haud, l'ratt's improved C ot
ton- G ins.
March 25, 1858. ïy. «
PILöHEE, GOODRICH & CO.,
CO!TON FACTORS '
—and—
C03I?ÜESS30H BÎERCMAKTS,
SS Factor's How,
NEW ORLEANS.
Deo . 9,.1858. ly'*
J. F. WICHE & CO.
COrTDH FACTOR,
COMMISSION M KR CHANTS,
1.19 COMMON SfREET,
new-orleans.
Dec. 9, 1S58. ly*
J. 15. BllES & CO.,
~ COTTON FÂtj'ïuïtô
COMMISSION M M HC II ANTS,
Union St.—Over Bank of New Orleans
SE Ii' OJILEASS.
teyRefers to J no. llay, Esq. Monroe,
La.
Mnrdli 15 th 185S. ly.
Drugs, Chcmicais, Paints,
Oils, Window Glass.
O. O. WOODMAN,
WHO LESA LE Vil XJGGIST,
Corner Cora hu»reo und ^raguziric »Sls.
NEW ORLEANS.
Jan. 4, 1S59.. ly*
B URION &" WORK,
TOBACCO AND GENERAL COMMISSION
SI E R C 13 A N T !i .
î)ô Gravier Street,
N ew- O rleans.
J. IT. B urton, [ >
I
G. P. W ok:
D r . .1. C. M assiu,
inComiùenduin.
Oct. 13, 1850.
Orleans.
Houston, Texas.
'y
-
J. H. ALI1HUTSOX. 1". !.. SIl lKII
ALBERTS N 4- MUD CE,
Agents for tlie sale of Mill and Plan
tation Machinery of every dcscriplimi.
demons, Brown & Co.'s Single and
Double Cylinder Cotton Oins, Bales'
Patent Steam linages. No. Ö Union
Street, New Orleans, La.
Oct. 13, 1859. ly.
h. jokiun .las. nncwkn vt. m. oh.t.asime.
GILLASPIE, BREWER & CO.
COTTON FACTORS.
—a?d—
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
No. SS VN EON STREET.
NE W ORLEANS.
JüSyRcfcrs to Dr. C. H. Dalit.s, Mon
roe, La., and Maj. James 11. Brighain,
Morehouse Farisii, La.
September 15,^1859. ly.
.mes r* mi se . y [;o. w. Mrs
MU3E & ERO.,
C O MY. IS S ION, RECEIVING
—and—
FORWARDING MERCHANTS, .
No. 10 Fulton, and 2 Front St.,
NEW ORLEANS.
Jnly!). ly.
DUS. D e HART & SM1TB,
DENTISTS,
17 Baronn e St. near Canal St.
NEW ORLEANS.
All operations entrusted to them will
"be performed in the most skilful man
ner and warranted.
J5®- Dr. Smith will be in Monroe on
the 25 th of September next, to attend on
professional calls and remain tlrtue
weeks. "XBK
May 12. 1859. ly.
FELLOWES & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
119 COMMON STREET,
NEW-ORLEANS.
RfTcr to C. II. Morrison, K-'l.
Blankets ! Blankets ! !
1 AA FAIR just received, comprising
l VV quality heavy negro, grey and V
Mackinaw, ana fine lu d and crib blankets
which will be sold low t»v
nov.y. BYRNE & SHIELDS
«
ftccrtl aîitrrtt£Cincnts._
New Fall and Winter Goods !
BYRNE & SHIELDS,
Ar- - ■
sive stock of
FALL ARD WINTER dOOD.8,
comprising everything needed in tbiè' section,
in the way ofPluntation supplies. Dry Goods,
Groceries, Hardware, Queeusware* Clothing,
Boots and Shoes. liais, Caps, <V;c.
We have made our purchases entirely at the
North', atid caii atlbrd to offer a
Considerable Reduction
in prices « We would be glad to have our
irieods and -tlie citizens of tins and adjoining
parishes, conic aud see us and exauùue our
S toC If.
Monroe, October <i, 1859.-11*.
Fresh Groceries & Provisions.
WE have now ifrtstore the largest and most
_ complet« supply of Family Gwiqeries and
Pr.ovisioiiH ollered in this market, which we can
guarantee to be fresh—as follows :
F lour —Extra St. Louis and Superfine in
barrels aud hall 1 barrels.
S ugar — Common » choice and crushed.
M olasses —-Barrels and liai yes.
1 [.vms —Sugar-cured', Duffteld and Stagg and
Slioy : s. I
B .vcdn —Clear and ribbed f ides and .shoulder
Fork, cofl'ce, pepper, spices, lard,- -rice, can
dles, soap, wines, brandies, «Sc., for sale low by
BYRNE & SHIELDS.'
* Oct, 6, *r»9.-tf.
Boot3, Shoos and Russets,
TVjEN'S thick double sole, calf, Water'-proof
it JL Uoots, grain horsemen's lîoofs, tine pump
sole call boots, boys' cal! hall welt and doubl
sole boots.
Krssr/f.s—10 cases men's and boys' Ko. 1
oak tanned,'which We are selling lower than
ever before offered.
Heavy brogaus for men and boys.
Women's brogans and boots.
Men's tine calf Congivss paiters.
A large apsorlment of misses' and children's
shoes of all .-kinds.
Ladies'goat., nioroco, -kid and cloth .lace
heel boot.", btisldrts and «Uppers, in ev s rv vari
ety, at UYRNR & SHIELDS'.
Aloaroe, November 3, leijü.
Eeadv-Made Glotliing.
OVERCOAT»—Black cloth, black and blue
boav er, pilot cloth aud seal saques and
frocks.
Fyio black cloth, drop?, fancy enss, satinet 'and
tweed saqti^te and frocks.
V ksts —Blaok and fancy silk, satin, casèiinere,
black and fancy colorod plush velvet..
Pants — ïlnc black doeskin, fancy cassimere,
jeans and kersey.
Shirts, drawers, under-shirts, cravats, gloves
and gentlemen's furnishing goods general'
nov.îl. BYRNE ^ Sl'IIFLl
E. G EE S ON, Jr.. & Go.
- - - LARUE CRICK ST ORE...
LT .WING removed to tlu.ii- new and
■ spacious fire proof,brick building,
have now opened and are slill receiv
ing their new Fall and Winter stock,
consisting of plantation supplies, such
as Kerseys, Ivy. Linseys,
Jeans, russets, blankets,
M Hats, negro clothing,
Satinets and casimeres ;
G entles!en's furnishing goods and
ci.otiiinc —overcoats,
Dress and froslc coats,
Pants and vests,
Boots and shoes, drawers
ond shirts, linen and
Silk handkerchiefs,
Cravats, linen and
Flannel shirts, Hosiery and
Cloves, hats and caps.
A complete assortment of youth and
children's clothing ; Tim
A new and fresh quantity of •' trf
general groceries, saddleiy, jggMSjj
hardware, porks, cutlery and
stationery, medicines n:.d cigars.
Also a very large assortment of *
Ladies' Goods,
Selected from the largest and most
popular importing houses of N. York,
Boston and Philadelphia, consisting of
Fine and fashionable dress silks,
Cashmeres, merinos, delaines,
Woolen shawls, clonks,
Bonnets, ribbons,
Embroideries,
Hair drosses, corse.ttes,
Trimmings, perfumery, hosiery,
Gloves, gauntlets,
Slippers and gaiters.
Also a large and well selected stock of
Gold and silver Watches,
Guard chains—new stylos of jewelry,
consisting of coral sets, Coinco and
Mosaic, ear-rings, pius, rings, shirt
and sleeve buttons, all of which will
ho guaranteed to bo what represented.
Their who*!» stock is one of the lar
gest und best selected over brought
to this place, and will be sold at much
cheaper prices than heretofore.
A call and examination of goods
and prices will satisfy all that wo have
the ability to please and suit.
Strict and particular attention will
bo paid to orders from our friends and
cuitomers residing at a distance.
Monroe, La., Nov. 3, 1859— Gm.

il
NOTICE!!
George Koehler, Gunsmith,
p IVES notice, that he has permanent
^ ly located in Monroe, and is pre
pared to make or repair
Guns, Pistols, fce.
An experience of fifteen years in the
most celebrated manufactories in Ger
many, enables him to do work superior
to any to be found in the South-west.
His work is already known, as a
residence of six years in Farmcrvillo
has given his work much celebrity.—
All his work is warranted, and with
proper care will last a generation.—
lie keeps on hand
Guns, Pistols,
and
IIuntiRS Apparatus
Generally.
Office—Two doors South of P. O
Monroe, March It 1 , 1859.
Jlocdl ^ööcrtiacmcnts tfantnncö.
TEE NEW BRICK S'iöRE
IS THE PLACE TO BUY GOODS AT
A BARG Ag. ST ! !
DO TOU WANT NÏÏv GOODS Ï
CALL AT TUSXÈYf 1XRTC1T STORE!
no' you W ant cheap cooua,?
C. 1LL AT TUE SEW MUCK STORE.!
DO YOU WANT GOOD GOODS?
C alla t Tin: y r :w ):;uaç s tore
W'Ticre they are 'cohs'tant'y receiving ,
and keep always on hand . a well se
lected stock of
STAPLE & FAS CT PSV¥;GQQ5»S..
of every dencript'ion. Hats and Clips,
Boots and Shoes, hnd a splendid lot of
R E ADY-.M A DE CLO THIN O,
from the Most Fas/domtble Houses in
New Orleans.
Also, a fine lot of JEWELRY such
as Watohos, BroastTin«, Rings, Set).
Also, a small lotof.Ghuiw Fnniiture.
Also, a largi5 mid choice lot of Cut
lery and Hardware, Bridles and- Sad
dies, Books- and Stationery. Also, ti
new supply of • . ■ .'
FAMILY GROCERIES,
and afnllftoek of ÏIantati:>i> Good.-;
such as Bagging and 'Ry|v, Lowe!'
and Kerseys, the very best artieh» «
Oak-tanned Htufeetft,' Slanket'','«re,."Äc
All the nîîLve arti»;' m wu will sol
at low prices and on liberal terms, tc
those who may honor us with their pa
tronage
The undersigned pretend not trt sell
their goods AT cost. Tliey ennid imt. d
that, and live. TI ioît object in to do
fair, legitimate and houoralile niercal
-tile business. They' do not profess t
undersell everybody ebe ; luit pledf»
themselves to e'ive satisfive.tion 1
every one who is Willing to allow a
reasonable profit. Call, and see 11».
S. WEIL & BROTHER.
Ocfc Utflln Hüft ol4—ly.
Coparincr^liip Notice.
-säfe T îtt : nnrlersî^ned liavo. Un'?
d;iy, formed a e"piu'liieri<ln'p in -th i>
town, under the lirai of Herring
JOndom, for the"purpose of enrryingon
tlie~Hin'nesH ■ a.Tirt i+.Trritig^ -
• posit« the Railroad Hotel.' We put up
any kind of
Cnriinp-s,
liiiSSics
aiid
Rock îiTra y s ;
in any style, and supply oiirciisUmicra
with any kind of Harness or baddh-s
which tliey may call for. Carriages
warranted for one year.
We also do Horse-shoeing and plan
tation work.-^Upholstering and paper
hanging done hero. Wo have engaged
good Eastern workmen.
HERRING & KNDOM
Feb. ?d, 1S5II. l v
F
. U
B E R l\f HEA
Sicicluut Taj äoa-,
Monro«, I.a.
would respectfully inform Sf 1 ]
* ' ■ the éitizeiis of MonroS and Jfx
vicinity, tliat lio hhs ('.furiTnenec^ tii
Tailoring R hrmiprs in I îih place. Tie
Rpectfully solicit« your patronnß'e. 11
il .Itter« himsoli', that from Iiis prnciiic::
exporience in his bnsiiHis«, he v.*i!
render entire Rutisfaulion to those
favoring him with their patronage. He
liaR a very lino assortment of Goo<1s on
havi-T, which he will s« ll verylow i'm
rash. Tlis prices will be moderate, and
he hopes thai by doing the very best, work
tHtmoprir.es ami a strict «Uten ti on to
business to merit a liberal share of
patronage.
1Jis shop is on the corner of Grand
and l)e Siard Streets. *
Monroe, La. Jan. 3d, 1850. ly.
ro'iK ! IÏÈËI' M I;TI 7 ON Î u
B utc'hery !!
r i"*HE undersigned has established a
regular butchery in Monroo and
secured the services of Mr. Théophile
Dullard, a practical and experienced
Butcher, who will bo found at.liis stall
daily, with hing iu his lino for
hotels, families, &c.
Steamboats will be furnished at any
hour at reduced prices.
Texas beef, veal, polk, mutton, &o.,
always oi^' hand
Market ilouse next door to Mr. Mil
'ITi.u's Grocery, Orand street.
JOHN VVKNTZKLL, Proprietor.
Monroe, Nov. IV, lS59-fim,
Solidified Milk :
À N pxcollont hi ticl'' n?. food for infant, and a
ix. y:>od Hub.stilulo for ,a cow. It ii h^lily re
commended by U uh '* that have u«''d it. " Give
it a trial. For .vile at tli" Drnjr Store.
nôvlO. G.W. dcFEtttt-CO.
Tobacco ! Tobacco ! !
A TAUGE H-ipjjly of the ohovo aciclo, of
. every quality, on hand, which \vs buy di
ufaetur
plant Ts and the tro»i<
low rates.
furii
generally at unusually
liYRNE & SHIELDS.
D-tf.
Aloproe, Oct
Bag-ging, Rope and Twine.
VFULL «npplv of India batr(?injj n»id b°^t
machine-in ode Rope »^n hand and for pale
low bv lJVRC<iI SlilLLDS
Monroe, Oct. <!. *ô:).-tl".
Storage ! Storage*! î
HAVIN'G a coMvtonn)tjsi WAitmro»'»« r
C otton Siir :i), all cotton or merchandise
co'isijyvd to our care for stoiHfr • or BV»|jtncnl.
will i jceiv • the n o t prompt aSlcntîon (Vom
}'yrsk & slliivlds.
Monroe, O A. tf.
,
ill » t CCllilHCUU S .
ÏSSUHNCE!
The following Companys liavo com
plied with tlie Law of thu "Ktnte ol
Louisiana in relation to agencios ut
Foreign lii.-urnuco Couipunvs:
TUOS. ASKEW, Stale Collector;
ADAM GIFi'EN, City Tieasurer.
, New Orleans, Juno <„1859.
HOME 1 NSUnANCE COMPANY of
New York.
ha W fotîd in^ura::ck com
pany of ffitt'ifurd. Connecticut.
"SP RI N H F1T, DD Fl R Ä' n h d M .Mi l N E
! NSU H A NOK COMPANY, Springfield,
.VinssiH'husctts.
■ HAMI'DKN INSURANCE COM l'A«.
N Y, of Sprin^lieM, Wnssachnsetts.
' • ATLANTIC FHîW-nnd MARINE IX
SURANCE CO.MPANV, Providence,
R.I.
FIRE, MARINËj-UYEi; nnd IlUl.T,
tNSURANCE. , ' ' *
Stocks of Aîer.ehandi/e, Byihlings,
Furniture, Mamilncturii'j;' e»labli.«h
'meiits', Freiaht Lists, Ac., covcied
against h'ss pr ^hima-jô by Fire and the
perils of Navigation.
Pbr.fClES issued in and out of tlrV
City, ai'.d a rot.irn t'f twenty per cent,
mado in ensb.
POlilCI-ES issued 1br die country,
without the 'country tdiinse.
P i.lCHSS, MARINE n'riîl RIYEK,
issued in muPout of tl^| city, lo cover
Merchandi/,p and Cotton, and an un
conditional return of twenty per rent,
made at .seulement on the first of each
lr.ont%
The CAPITAL of the above Cou -
_pany».M all paid tip.in CASU, with
large S i il us.
All lu , ses adjusted and promptly
paid in this oily, in (ASll.
The best ret'eveuccs given in and out
of this city,, on application at the of
ficc.
P. FÀ1KC111.LD, Agent.
19 St. Charles street.
Se pt. 1, J fol). 8m.
Camden and Trenton Dr.iïy Mail
ST AIM?" LIN E.
'f,UEi»ho-vo route is now eoni]ilelely
stocked. Cointnodious Mail Stages
will I ijiivc flnwidiai, Ark., mid T 'iviiUni,
Là., évei-y day (Snuihivs excepted) at
.1 li'cfnek a . M., and arrive at Trenton
ami Camden on the day following at
Û oVlock l'. M.
This .line connects at Camden with
the Stage lines to the ll.it; Springs,
('nines' Blinding and Wasliington,
Ark , and at Trenton with the Stlige
lines Lo ShievcpoiJ, Ln., and by way
of nii rr Isenburg and Trinity lo Nat
chez, Miss.
Every atteiilion is paid f.> the com
fort, and convenience of the traveling
community. ,
It will connect with Steamers at.
Trenton, thus affording uninterrupted
transportation to travelers going South.
W. 0. OA UK, '
Cherry Ridge, La., Nov. '!. I«ö9.-tf.
I) E TE R ' S
WORSTED STORE,
Wliolesnle an«l lîeiniî,
(Aliud till ed, in ai' JJiiujiliiiii ,
NKW-pltLKA.NH.
Direct importation of Berlin Zephir
and Split Worsted, Shetland Wool,
Floss and Purse Silks, Hnglish ICuil
ting and French Jt'iubroidery, Cotton,
Canvas, .i'.uUorns, etc., etc.
h-.% All orders promptly attended to.
Dee. lyUSSfl. Mni.
r J. rSmiOAVJN It VTOJÏ7
Hcnce, Sign and Ornamental
Painters anc\ Gilders.
W k have this day entered into
partnership. Painting and graining,
u:vj paper hanging in all its branches,
and in the finest and best style, wo are
prepared and ready to do. ' We only
ask l'or a trial, aud it wo don't come
up to contract we ask for nothing.—
Wo promise full satisfaction and line
work in every instance. "
\ Wo arc prepared Iu do nil and every
kind of work in our line of busiiiens:
Painting, draining. Marbling, Paper
Hanging, &i\ &c., in town or iu the
country, and in adjoining Parishes.
Our terms aud charges shall always
be liberal and moderate.
Monroe. August. Ifith, 18">8. ly.
Notice
Is hereby given that I lie undersign
ed has withdrawn from the firm of
Keiler Crowuritch, and intend car
rying on Ornuuii.'iital Painting', Claxing
■ 1 Paper Hanging in all its various
branches, on his own hook.
Persons wishing any work in the
above line will please give me a call.
JOHN KIEFER.
Monroe, La., Oct. 20, 1859. St.
Ii to hire ten liai
to work on a plantation near Mon
ro.e. Persons having negroes to hire
for tlie next year will do well to call
on mo at this place.
JAS. D. McENERV.
Monroe, La, Any. 4, 1859, -It..
To Cotton Planterfl7 "
YORK 's patent PLOW AND sohapell.
'PH E greatest labor-Pavinj* Trnplr» m » ut ever
I invented; by tlie use of which ono nefrro
and.one mill" doi tjie work of two negroes and
tw î ; e.,! No cotton planter should be with
out them."
To lia had of C. IT. SLOCOMR A TO . Hard
ware MerqbantH, 07 Canal street, New Orieutuj
solu A^'eut.: for »he South.
November 3. 1850—3a 1 .
illiotrniicotis ^SnctUnrihrnis,
WIsM'ld &. Wilson's
SEWING MACHINES.
ll.uvo tliis lull tulti'ii t!io
riRsT pursium
every.Slutc P«It ticlil iu llio L*n'ile.1 Sliilos.
wlii'r.'vor Iii ■ ■ v Imr^ oAr*.cnclffl. MMTHOUT
ONt;j'XCRI"hliN vi û :
»TATH Ol' 1II.S.SOVKI, ni SI. Limb.
STATR OK ll.UMUS, at CVnlrniin.
STATE Ol.' »HfJSieSVm, si Jm-kson.
STATU ( iK N RW YORK, ut Albmiy.
STA'l'm.HT KKW JKIWliV.
ST AT P. 'IP MAKY1,..VNI>. «I lînltimovc,
rrAVEOF VlRGtNIA.iii Rictnnoiul. '
STATK (^CALIFORNIA.
STATKOP J'PX'NSi I.VAN1A. «I ntlMMlrg.
»TATB OP KiiNTLUK V» -
-VATi: OP WISCONSIN,
^in;;. i'V. lij'i.vi'r Ä ltnlu-r'K, Woe.l*«. V
WolislcrVi H mi II io IP p lui.l Iwnalv ollnasj Iiav.
ALI, Inwn
•IGNALLY AND PAIRI.V l'.HATlN.
No r.iti.iiud imuuMii now .1 nv ihr t'iu-1 itaUlir
WIïnÏLr.K & VVE I.Î--OÀ'
S E W 1 N U M A C tl l.Nli
IK TOM
NB PLUS II.TUA OK Al.l«# SKWIN'U ->UC1UNKS :
m Taw
Paul MORViix or a;i:ATiQy<
The following I m the published report of tl (
V V. \ KS WA A N 1A ST AT lî A(i lî ICI LTU R A l.
bOÇih.fV, on awarding .lh<;,.l'rauuM!W.iU tin
Put
L;t:«M'-Oeh.berh.:|; .
•'Tl; ^Cojunii'dVe i-\-,■
nhy to ili • exhibitor-* O!
y.ainiH? I" : I muv iiMd^.\|«Ui
eluded, wln'.c Sii'. , 'x
mort' PÎpiple Ih us
il» ubilüv fo I I-, !,
without U» nui «if lu
above (lu- « 'iiuin.ii
Pi,
r..n
il Srwluu
1 s v. \M ï
■ Un- Iivitl
'IJ
•r all 1
r . n.
: A
l'Ily
ilXOcl II 'il
I I|U il itl
m t Itl
;M'I - Ol' Uli
io autud
Machine. 1 -
! A R \l>,
MdSKS F. MATON,
\Y,M, MUlîlXM'K,
JOHN A .-'.iAl.ît,
Ci ii.ii.îuee
The hvlcf» ofWhecll-r ä \ V 11mm V SewhV^
ehincs iu New < )rlenn», \\l)< re the dllt'eV
bi'lwteu the - Old tiiau Wliutile'.' and <
.-ii'c.h Mucbitu s and the urw in»i»rovcd \Vu
h: Ä' Wn -iox Mncfilac i = undi î d'ood l> i
liter t lui II 1 lie p.dt- 4 '
1.1 1
,r,
ai d I;;
Afnchino.
A larjrn supply
expeeted by every
ami for sal'- at the »
wim: LEU .v w
î bip im
o:wi.N(; J
Notioo,
rrni', co-pm iiv
T\
ol It. KiCNDALL CAU'i • U A CO.
V Iîi).ii;iiii # y. The emnuiis
'be i(l. .1 i'j) bv II. Kt ud.ill
11 oil -rlu I m^ium V m bv l»iuiel
II. KKNDAI.I. < ,A lî'l EITJ ""
PA M Id. I'lJATT.
i . -!:ev I, Ji.vU.
bM-1' ;' r and Conltuîf :don f.i: i
SHALL continue to furnbh f î I M STA >ÏT>.
oforo at tie: old Hand, I.» St, Lilac h
, My otliee it- (.ii 'lie i.- eond Hour, No. <;
My !.- pl « n hand to pupph
î TT.
nd î ball therefore
naud 1 f IV.
lMNll'JbPR
1,1 R5?) It.
.►til! Lid h
bit, il to
supply Hut d»
November
Parish MäpsT
M ATS «»rcnrnill, M nli".n. Otmclill.
Mi)iv h(»iisc, n*"ll, (îoneordii
Winn, Oalaliottla, Frankly, Teiii';«;
A v.
alh^T;
parts of Rapides,
dry and St. Martin.
The snbseiil.ers having prepared
Maps of the above Parishes, for the
purpose of representing laridn that are
oll'ered for sale in the above I'arlshtts,
have been induced to have them put.
lislied, so us to' p1ii"o the informfitioii
which they cuniflin witliin thefcr.eh ol
nil who may feel im Liierest in I fin
rich and tl.living part of the Stille
which they represent. Each Map will
represent the public surveys, and the
ditl'crcnl tracts ol land ofiorod for sale,
with tlio named' of the owner«, ami
their addresn, or the address of tii^ii
agents, 'to facilitate the publication
I the Maps, nnd to add to their use
fulness, a spaco will be left on the mar
gin for professional and businiHa cauls,
1er which a moderate charge will be
made, according to position ai|d uijcci!
the card.
The Maps will lie fnrn'sl.ed to sul
sciibers at $2 for plain copies, and for
copies mounted on re'Uui) §t w ill b.
charged.
Lands for s 1 in any ol tlio ui.'ove
Parishes will be designated oil he
Maps, with reference ft) owner or ; ,V'ut
at one to two eentn per acre, according
lo quantity advertised.
McCURKKN, LANDRY & CO.,
Auctioneer», Appraisers and Oeeeral
Land Agents. Ollieennd Salesro i,n,
Masoiiiu llall, St. Charles ut., corner
I'e-did i.
Nov. It, 18 .9
»t.,
Notice.
A F j L porsons holding- ela
^ the Hncco.ssion of A.
ms a^ajind
I>. Kiij.-:cy, 1
will ploaso présent tin in lor . <•! th'inoiit.
J 0 IKY ( j A T j I )K J i W O 01 ), Adnn.
Monroo, .Yov. 24, I8 ;V0. tf
r\ in üanils.
\ I Oiu lïamis,
I
'd'l"e
. (fir
.till.l I"*'
anti:ï>.
îcrirt
. p
For one touarf) o C tüx jirtfs. for
i.i.-ér'ilo Um
Vor each eddillpnal iti8- r|î'on., jpv. fiO
' Liberal discount made 'to 'quarterly,
;uivanni:nl iu»d.y<-«rly »dv< -Vi.isttp. »
T «T* Annoutu iuïr caudUlfitc?Xor oiliee (to b«
paid in tidVnncCV .$la
fl$v Ib'ofeasîonal nnd Rm*n' v KcH>rds. (iVotto
e^oeql £i.\ lu»e.»,) published t\\ el vj luenth*. . $3"
Oardf of n l'tiîçfOMA ï ■. oho vac I < r can ouh
he pulvlished irt-,th's V a' ! nd\ t i'Ms' iaentf»,at
doiibja ratr«^. nlvl pe,.(t iHï ni
jéstr- Aitfärflr At'r.fs'.n« • eopv
\vli< bo iuoru ^rbbl und eUnt'tfcd nc
ordîîi
illx » c f I t tt n n'en o .
" TlIP. MOST A e CPK ATB A VU TNTKI1E8TIN#
llisWitY'hi'- ' A 'mkm I m S ' I vw'vui.w
tu V n i: vi n k'rtß<IIÄ>.
SO TF JS&ijW î /?7?
I i 0 t o r i a'l F i e 1 d-» B 9 6 k
- »-«.01'— . ' - >
THE r,EVOLUTION;
Oi, Illustrstions.-H- l'en niai Pencil, p!
Ihn History, liiogniphy, fceriory', Re
lics, unit Tvuditions of Cw VVar for
lndepejulejireiîi r..:>
!-Y nrsww.vifssixK.
Two Villnmcs IfiSjijtHletii'Mii r.ii fibving
upwoid of ilSOfl-'poKco,'^imil twEii
gravin-gs Price Cinth; iftii,t)0; Sheep
extra,' $1 00 :. J'snl «.si-cil Leather,
00: Halt'Call', $y 00, Morocco,:gilt,
edges, $15 (h).
The prepnriitit«»oHhiR work ôccnpi
c d tlio Author mouk than nun, yk. iiis ,
during which In iHtveli d nraw.v »»
SHOeSANl. im.!!'', in order to flsit tlio
prominent »e.tineu of tlio' Revolution,
gather np local [traditions, tind «xploro
records end historien.
The object of the-Author w us lo re
produce I ho liisl.er.v ill tliii, American
Revolution in sia'h an alinietive man
lier us to emice. the youth ol his coun
try to read tin»- wonderful, etory, un i
l.ccuine familiar will) the founders of
public, and I ho- iiilue of their hi
tlers. Thu Juainioii iu which il luis been
arranged nnd set f< ilh renders if. no
less ultractive to thu gehî'i.il render
and the ripe sèhbhu' of more imitiira
yenrs.
Islspinnntorv notes are givi non eveiy
pag'e nnd also a biofl^upliieiil slielchel' .
every man .bsiingnieliud in tlwevtinls
of the llevolnliortr*
A eepi.ins Analytical Indes is given
al the close of ihe fiecond Volnnic, em -
brn.'inÇ eighty-live : closely printed
pages;'
'Chin ifi in itself, n Coteplele syri'op
sis of the History and biography oft lio
period of oil!' Rewilnltoiuwy, lilstori.
nnd v. ill be found e«iSeediiig'ly nsrliii
fur reference.
The Work eoiiiiiiiWfilHho >es:ionlint
I'acPj »»I ( lui early hlsto'vy ol our Kepul"
lie, which itr'e ihm 11 ercd t hrough scores
uf solum', 'often inace":!"uhle lo the
greal Ina- ) of renders', [I loi'init-n eifln
coinph [ î • fiW.'V /.-. 7- tu th'e tom'isf lieok
ing foi- the fields eo'nsepratijd l'y pair:
ut i. m, which lie 'scattered over our
I road hind. "- ■"••• i ' • '•
Upward of TllfTri'VlTIO'l .- AND
DOI.V.A PS were espetidcfl in tin'« 1 pre
pnriition of (hit work, The ev.iu'lslle
eue'ravings, under thu iinfliedir.le su
pervisiori* of (lie Ai'illliii', froiii 'his
dl'.'iwiiigs, re.jiiile 1 the gl'rile'*'t'enve*'In
;ii'inlin;v. To Ii is end t lie epbi'tn oft'lio
Puhlinhel's Imvrt been directed, und they
t-H-he gréai plen uro in presenl in^-theso
VoliTmeu as the tjest sjieein.erui Ol' lypog
rnphy ever issued from the Ameriune
Sold only by Mli:',r.l Ipliyns
J5ÎJT" The Agent tiiiiy assoru Stil.sci'i
hers lluil the work cannot be obtained
el the I'ookstoi'es, nnd lh:il. Ihe price
will never be less than above nnmeil.
J. A. FliF.KLANl) i« only ivnlhori/.cd
ngent to r .licit nulim'iplions for this
book, in the Parish oi' Ouachita ami
Morehouse. *
Published by*H A IÎ PER Ä llUOTIl
I'ih'S, Franklin, otinre, New S ork.
Oof. l :;ih, ISs'Ml.
; NO T I C E
r PTlK t'-itl >mot'i ht .'j '.'s ha n o j-ijut rjccçivc»!
' a In r^o
Slt-clc of GVkIS
((îcncral Variety. failli will lamtitttio |.
i taa'ivü ttüd . kofj» on hand, by fi'iooiu 1
urran^rniont, , —
St vph; lby (iontUt, .,
Hardwaro uiid CtUli'iy, ^
(Ji.ockory and <«hnsK\vrtrc% *
h'h<j(!H ami Dont*,
Hal,8 and Oapb.
( liou«ly-in:uio
OlwUwii;.»',
SaddU h & Snddlety,
iMealiviiiioo A l'y tont \ I < -< i i < • i j i ,,
Iron Cas» Nails,
C'luiH'o UraiidioH and '
Whisk j,
<ii'oc<Tioimiid
A btr^-i.: bot of liluukcl ,
Suitable ibr OnatH, Ib.aU and SaddU'.
All of tlio above; havo I. u ' lmi ,wtdl
tah.'cli d, and will bo mw!<1 very low I'm*
Cot toy, liiiuhi, l.U'ii hw.w, W ood,
ur anytlii.oe; i, |m; that ji bi» voulizod
from. Wo will advance Monoy and
rb:uda.o&J£kitlon. and cuiilitnio tore
ceivt. mo TT j
1
ship (iyt.ton a| -0 (.Umts per
1'alo, ntiîl reçoive, and fol'wavd up
froijj;hts ibr one-lij'lh pari ol" the frei j^lit
bill. l-'rei^Ms nml îStort,;.-.' mudt in all
Oasen bo paid heîoio delivered.
L.%' No (b«ods will be wold or de
livered on Sunduyd.
iîiÀii & co. #
Pine BbijT, Ouachita liïver, i.a.
b.'.-. is;».;, -r.
VALUABLE PiiAN^Al'lON
V(Yi\ sai^s:.
Sitii:it«'il in tlio i'nrmh of Union,
*.'eontainin^ 17<»0 acres ; 500 <>!
which are in a tçood state of cultivation,
wilh substantial two story dwelling,
.• in, cabins, and other buildings.
'J'he premises uro in a (inc stale of
Itivatinii, v/( il watered and within
(.- mile uf ste.iinbTia!, navigation. *
i Vr" i- .m.-, of salé, emjuîrç of the.
u iri 'lto <»;• his soh mi too premises,
will sell low for cash, or pàymeal.:
tde to auit^he ptuvba-■«
WM n C::awfoi:;'
Vcb. 2 od

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