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T( )Y d t 'HRIIS'TMAS l'ItESE'NT'S,
trand street, Monroe, La. decl'2-d3m
(A('.(IIITA LIVERY AND SALE
,1 TA BLE.
If1. i. DOBSON, Proprietor.
toh'nr Third and DeNiard Nreets,
Horses, Buggies, &c., kept for hire.
Horses and Mules bought and sold.
Good lots for Drovers connected with the
Shreveport Stage Office at this stable.
D)eSiard ,Street-MJoniroe, La.
SALE AND LIVERY STABLE.
arHorses, b)uggies, carriages, Atc., for
sale or hire.
Careful drivers always on hand.
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES.
OUACHITA FEMALE ACADEMY,
A BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
Under the charge of
Rev. T. B. Lawson, N. A.,
Assisted by a corps of efficient Teachers,
will be opened for the reception of pupils on
the third Monday of September. For fur
ther information apply to
Sept. 3. 70. n50:3m T. B. LAWSON.
The Fall session of this Academy- opened
on the 12th of September, under the super
vision of Mr. J. H. Calhoun, A. B., graduate
of Homer College.
Prof. Calhoun is a thorough scholar, and
a man of untiring energy and perseverance,
and we are confident that he will give entire
satisfaction to those who wish instruction
either in the English branches, Greek, Latin
or Mathematics. He teaches seven and a
half hours each day, and administers strict
Rate. of Tuition pc,' Monuth: - Primatarv,
$3.00; Academic, $.00; Classic, $5.00.
Board can be had near the school in private
tunmilies. A. C. SIMONTON, Pres't B. T.
A. G. COBB, Sec'y. Oct 1, 1870. n2:li6m
LOUISIANA 'TATE UNIVERSITY,
S,-.w.~c chenyljiouif,'Vt L,. ,Sttc , flemintOrl./
BATON ROUGE, LA.\
FOL" ND D) AND SPI'ORTrED BY THE srAT.AE OF
LOU IS.\N A.
Now in progress, will close in .June, 1870.
The next session will begin first Monday in
September next, and will continue ten
Consists of a full corps of able Instructors in
all branches of Literature and Science, usu
ally taught in the best Colleges and Uni
(COURSE OF STUDY
Emtbrace. a Preparatory and Academic De
partlnent, including a Literary, Scientific
and Optional Course, a Special School of
Civil Engineering and a Commercial School.
LIBRARY,APPARATUS AND CABINETS
We:l selected and valuable. The Geolog
ical ai:l Mineralogical Cabinets, etc., the
largest and most complete in the South, enm
bracing the extensive collections of the late
Col, Wailes, of Mississippi, and the Cabinets
of the Topographical, Geological and Botan
ical Scurvey of Iouisiana.
Granted to Cadets not under fifteen years of
age, who know Arithmetic, Gramnnar and
Of every kind, fhr ten months, i$350; $200
payable in advance, balance February 1st,
or by accepted Draft, at 8 per ct., for ninety
days. Payments may lie made through the
Canal or Citizens' Bank.
Cadets received at any tims during the
session and charged fromn date of entrance.
Military, with daily drill. A battery of Iour
guns will atford facilities for instruction in
Artillerv. Unifornm of Cadet-gray Cloth, to
be had at thie Institution at a cost of 8$25
For ltirther illnformation, address
I). F. BOYD, ,up)erintedlit,,
Baton Rouge, La.
Otice ,n' the Ulni\versity, in New Orleans at t
S\\'arlrick & oT.'s, 50 Camp Street.
U*ntil thie rebmuilding of thle College Edi
tic:O, lately de~stroed Iby tire, near Alexan
dria, tihe Insmttitution is temporarily located
at Ilat ,n Houge, in the I)eaf and )Dunlb
Asyluti. Location very hlealthy, and ac
'countldatiols ample foir a large number of
'adeti. Nmtmtmher this sessioni, 1704.
May ",% 1570. nt3-1hy*
MONROE ADVERTISEMENTS. '
MONROE, LO UISIA NA,
Has constantly on hand and for sale, Gro
ceries of all description, such as
COFFEE, HAMS, BACON,
LARD, BUTTER, CHEESE, FLOUR, I
POTATOES, ONIONS, CIGARS, TOBACCO,
OYSTERS, SARDINES, LIQUORS OF
ALL KINDS, PRESERVES,
IN GLASS AND CANS.
FRUITS OF T'ARIOUS KINDS
AS LOW AS POSSIBLE FOR CASH.
Monroe, La., Feb'y 19, 1869 n22:ly
HENRY KING, JR.,
\VHIOLEAULE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
ieel)ps c.onstantly on hand' Ia large and
well selected stock of
STAPLE AND) FANCY I)>Y GOODS
}SOOTS AND SHOES,
UATS AND CAPS,
GROCERIES, (all kinds,
t~e, tc.. ., .('.,
anld will sell them s as cheap -wthe cheapest.
N. B.-H-ighest cash price paid for Cotton,
Hides and Country Produce. decl2-d3m
H GIERSON, JR.,
- -DEALER INI -
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats and
Caps, Notions, &c., Groceries, Crockery,
Saddlery, Guns, Pistols, and General Plan
Highest price paid for cotton and other
Liberal cash advances made on consign
ments to his friends in New Orleans.
SURGHNOR & MULLIN,
iEOEbLRAL OMMIMIO~-N .LRHCI~IRAS
.n d dealers in Dry Ooods end Gro·eries,
igr Buq and .,dl! (tton. Tele
i rand street, Mlonroe, Lo.,
tHas on hand a fine assortment of
Dry G(oods, Clothing, Boots, Shoea, Ha/s
and Cups, CGuns and Pistol..
All of which he will sell as cheap as the
cheapest. d(lee 1'2--d3m
STELEGRAPH"II JOB OFFICE.
We are now preplared to execute
JOB pRII'NTING, (E
of .E 'ery DeSeriptiom, tr
FROM THE MAMMOTH pOSTER,
TO THE WEDDING CARD. vi
PLAIN, ORNAMENTAL, ANDA
BILLS OF LADING,
CARD WORK OF EVERY VARIETY
in the Late.t & mo.t A1pproved SrtYgleof the A rt
ON AN Y ( U A L I TY (I F I'PAPIER,
PRICES A('('ORDIN(;, LY.
OFFICE OF NOIRTII LA. & TEXA
SMONRoF, LA., Dec. 2d, 1570.
O)n and after Sunday, the 4th inst., thte
trains on this Road will run as illows:
Leave Monroe daily at 5 A. M.
Arrive at Delta 11 00 A. 3t.
Leave Delta at 2 00 P. I.
Arrive at Monroe 7.45 P. M.
Leave Monroe at l6 A. M. on Monday, W\ed
nesdav and Friday.
Leave Delta at 7 A. at. on Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday.
'through freight per car load will be car
ried by passenger train.
Way freight will be shipped by freight
Freights for Flag Stations will be deliv
ered at the designated points at OWNER':
RISK, whether there be any person there to
receive it or not.
Freights for Flag Stations must be pre
A daily line of four-horse coaches connect
at Monroe for hreveort--thence via South
ern Pacific Railroad-to Marshall, Halls
ville and Longview, Texas.
J. W. GREEN,
Engineer and Superintendent.
VICKSBURG & MERIDIAN
Leave Vicksburg...... ..........7:05 A. M.
Arrive at New Orleans...........2:40 A. M.
Leave New Orleans..............7:00 A. M.
Arrive at Vicksburg...... ......7:10 P. st.
Leave New Orleans .................4:15 P. M.
Arrive at Vicksburg...... .....9:.4 A. M.
Vicksburg, Miss., July 30, 1870. tf
STEAMERS i. E. LEE, AND ,1. FRANK
The Magnificent Passenger Steamer
R~ H. H. LEE,
J. W. ('ANNoS, Master,
Leaves Delta, the eastern terminus of the
N. L. & T. R. R., for New Orleans, every
Friday, at 5 P. M.
The Elegant Passenger Packet
J. FRANK PARHGOW)l,
,J. W. TTostB, Master.
Leaves Delta, for 4Greenville, every fatur'
day, at 8 A. M. Returning. leaves Delta,
for New Orleans, every Tupeday, at 5 P. M.
Ouachita trade particularlv solicited.
Oct. 1, 1470. seas0'!.
MONRO)l AND ('AMI)EN PI'AcK'I:'1',
BAN NO('K ('IT'Y,
ALEX. LAMONT, 4'alptai ,
Wilii make semi-weeklv trips ihets,, n
('anmien and Monroe, connecting with the
Railroad and NowOrleans packets at Moonrr,
The Hannock City posse.+sses excellent
rat)in :+commnodations: is almost new, andl
makes good time. She is entered in the
alaove trade with the determination of re
mainining throughout the sea1son. d&wl
S'NDAY NEW (IRLI.ANM IA'KI:Tl,
4 (oV. AILEN.
It. INNO'TI'. Mau.ter.
leaves New Orleans, carrvinsY. S. . Mail,
every Saturdav for Monnur'e, frenton anti
Ouachita City-t-arriving at Monroe Mondelav.
Returning, leaves Monroe and Trent,,
every Tuesday afternoon at 5 o'clock.
Passengers will find the fare excelle ',
and may rely upon speedv transit.
Dec. 12, 15,o. d . w
GRECIAN REND CIGA-R STORE.
Louin Blum, dealer in Fine Cigars, pIlug,
snmoking, and thine (ut chewing tobaccos.
, pipes, and all smokers' arficles, 175 Wash
ington street, Vickshburg, Minn.
,r Trade supplied at New York prices.
l)ecemnber, 12, 1870. d&w-tf
NEW ORLEANS CARDI.
ANDREv.I. AIrEN. JORN W. A\VIl'.
IKEN * WATT,
Cotlon J'oeorsv & (bnui.vsioin MJ*ehot.
No. i0 ('aroneleit st., New Orleans.
Special attention given to orders for tlh
' lmrchnse of all descriptions of produce, agri
eC tural iIIuph ati w rItmdplm.,mtftion SipplieI
tzecl--d3m A. & W.
(;EN'RAI, IAWURAi NI' A (;E:Nr r.
CAROLINA LIFE INs. (i., of Memphi,
.lEE'Pr:ISoan DAVis, President.
of ('ohlum b)us, OR.
AI losoes promptly adijusted at this .,li,,.
ounr p, lt., I,,.. 13, I' 0. 4i: