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MONROE, LA., MARCH 1, 1871.
The river is rising or falling one, we
The May Flower passed down yester
day with a good load.
Do not forget to come to-night and
hear Dr. Morgan. It will be a literary
Over 8,000,000 bales of the last cot.
ton crop is now Ia market, and the
boate still go In with Mhll loads.
During the absence of the lEditor we
want soo* s, chleke s, bther and a
good lot ofvegetbls. We are longing
for something srkb.
Manres will double her popuiatom In
the net two year,, if those in power
will bury th dmea dogs, and wort all
the strets without pautlalt. Why
should the steets in one locality boe
beatitiy worked, and In another en
timely neglecied? City thers, "4o0
f~br / " If you a short of inds, come
down with mom utea, and let m have
a well daned, elean city. Nothing Is
more attractive than well arranged
streetsandside-walks. Itgives pleasure
and good health.
It is one satislhtory proof of the wel
fare of a community when the popula
tion not only avail themselveq of the
advantages of education, but are will
ing to co-operate for their extension to
the people in general.
Education is a paramount necessity.
The people of this city appear to realize
this fact, and have already shown their
interest in this great work by contribu
ting to the Sunday School Board of the
Baptist Southern Convention which ts
represented in our midst by Rev. Dr.
In addition to the twenty dollars
given on Sunday, by Mr. Lasare, Col.
Garrett has subscribed ten dollars and
Judge Richardson, Mr. E. Dreyfus and
Dr.T.P.Richardson have each given five
dollars. We feel sure Dr. Morgan will
receive a liberal contribution.
DEDICATS) 'O NB DAUGHTE EMMA
-WORMD AND MUSIC iY MRS.
$. L. SLACK.
The night winds are weary apd gone to t.jir
No murmur is heard bn the sea,
Each birdlizg i hush'd in its mo$ downy nest
Then wake, love, and Ilkn to me.
The moon on the rlvershibes ceamly to-night
No ripple disturb her bright beams,
My boat is now ready awaiting our flight,
Then wake, dearest Aitor from, your
My boat is now ready, dtc. -
The stars and bright ups may envy
That dwells in your clemr msre eyes,
Their beauty is better revealed in the night,
As morning approsoehes-It dies?
But ever the slam are those eyes of deep blue
That beam with SabStion on me,
Their ligh ias onstant, anchanging sad
As my love, sweet one, is for thee.
Their light is as constant, dke.
We are indebted to Mr Slash fbr a eopy
of the foregoing song, arranged for the piano,
and published by Gramewald, of New Or
leans. The emotions of the music are those
of sorrow and eataey--orrow for the lofst
and joy at the prospect of meeting. The
words are very well chosen and mulieal.
The melody is indeed touching, and we pre
dict will ecem for the "Serenade" general
General Magruder had been unwell a
week previously, but his illness was
not considered dangerous untill within
two days of his decease,
A subscription is in circulation in
Richmond,Va., forMi. Roesa Poe, only
sister of Edgar Allen Poe. She is said
to be entirely pennilese.
READING OP "-ENOCH ARDEN,"
TO-NIGHT, AT THE UNION CHURCH,
AT SEVEN O'CLOCK,
BY REV. Dn. MORGAN.
ADMISSION, FIFTY CENTB.
JOHN E. HANNA,
RECEIVING, FORWARDING AND COM
AND GENERAL STEAMBOAT AG ENT
Monroe,. March 1,1871. daw-tf
IPECIAL NOTICE I
There will be a promesale of the Hoox
A-D LanaI ComanP on Saturday Marsh
4th, and each member isx tded iond
il hisualim or be suid to the penal
timethbeOmnsaY. f W. at.
-hbS--td a lA),er, sooary.
R. R. . NEWIrrT,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
" Ofoe at the Lewis House,'
cAems rmoderae, and we rpid, tnorouSgh,
Monroe, Feb. 17, 1871. d-tf
sGENCY OF THE i
GEORGIA HOME FIRE INS. CO.,
of Columbus, Ga.,
Established in 1850..............Capital 660,000.
Loadon and IAerpool Globe In.. Cb.,
Aelfs over........................18,400,000 (gold).
All losses promptly adjusted at this ofefe.
WILLIAM BEHEN, Agam,
"-bldtf Monroe, La.,and Little Rook,Ark.
NEW ORLEANS CARDS.
- S. HUNT & CO.
- MACHINERY DEPO'T,
185 Gravier St., New Orleans,
Manufhoturers' Agents for E. CARVER Co's
CELnEIATED COTerrOIsG AND Lwrrnas.
BLAKE'S 8TzAM Puxrs,of all kinds.
Boston Machine Company's Engines; Port
able and Stationary Boilers; the Baxter
Portable Engines; Schaffer A Budenberg
Steam (ssm; Camas' 8team, Water and
Gas Valves, Hydrants and Water Metres;
8turtevant's Pressure and Fan Blowers.
Exhaust and Dryer Fans; Berryman's
Automatic Boiler Feed Regulator and Low
Water Alarm; Drake's Evarts' and Low's
Automatic and Hand Feed Shingle Ma
chines; Clarks Linen Hose, Hose Pipes,l
~uplings, etc.; New York Tap and Die
Company's Screw Plates, Taps, Dims iI
aers, etc.; U. 8S. Standard Nut Company's
Finished and Unfinished Nuts and Bolts;
-. W. Mixter & Co's Saw Gummers. Upeets
and Mill Picks; Selden's Steam Packing;
Plymouth Mills Riveth thse le Vio, -
Plantation, Draining, Cton,'Ifon, Wook
working and all kinds of Machinery; Belt
ing, Shafting and Pulleys, on hand or will
be furnished at shot notice, at Manufac
- PINCKNEY SMITH,
Commission -Merehe 4.4a Genera Pur
No. 196 (ravier Street, New Orleans.nl2:tf
0. D. r1sNp, LJ.. JHnjaOS, J. A. FISHER.
-nISHER, JOHNSON & CO.,
COTTON FACO'O(:& 4
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
9 rion a street, New Orleans, La.
Mr. A. L. Bussy, of Morehouse parish, is
ur agent for North Lo$ias ; 11-.6m
E J. HART i CO.,
. Wholesale dealers, importers and com
mission merchants in Grooeries and Drug,
Nes. 73,75 _sad1 Tchoupitoulas Street, New
Orleans, I :We ep constantly on hand
Iquors,Tes, Tobae, Sears, Sugar, Coffee,
wovisions, and all dscrtions of Groceries,
Dmags, Chemicals, Dye 8tuf, Paints, Ols,
Vsrhnihes, Window Glm and Patent Medi
es. J January 1, 1870. n15¶
SOUTHERN PREMIUM STORE.
E. A. TYLER,
16......Oal rd ee, fe OrC r...... 11
Diplomas and Gold Medals at the first
exas 8tate Fair at Houston. Texas.
Diplomas at the seeond Missisippi State
Fair at Jackson, Miss.
Ha on hand and is constantly reeelving,
laroe and well selected stock of Watohe,
Cloks, Jewelry, Silver and Plated-wrcI
pctles and Eye-Glasses, and Fancy
Goods. All of which are offered at greatly
Sole Agents of the eelebrated watches of
Chas. E. Jsoaot and Thos. Russell & Son's.
a-'sonie and Odd Fellows Jewels. Watches
and Jewelry carefully repaired. Diamonds
re-set. Dec. 17. 1870. nlS:6m
O take charge of the Male School at Vi
1 enaar La., for the ensuing year. He
m-urst be fully qualiAfied, and unexceptional
referene as to character, re., required. A
man with some experience as a teacher pre
iered. For particulars address
A. C. SIMONTON,
Pres't Board of Trustees
Dec. 24. If Vienna, La
MURPHEY * MILEB,
Take this method of inArming their
friends and the publie that they have on
hand a large
WINTER AND 8PRING STOCx
and that, in oonequence of the heavy ds
We are ne s ilnag-
GENT'S READY MADE CLOTHING
Boots aed tea,
1used., ir.es, e., e.,
n than they H a been sared in this
talso ei 1ead tH best
in ue, with or without exteson, with
everysthing complete, raging in price ftm
21e4-ir-e to Rj Df tw.
Our Grocery Department will be hWand
comte" a ·any outside of New Orleans,
consistng~ in partof
Flour, Bacom, . s
CbOee, Rice, 2bbao o,
Whiskey, Brandy, do., &e.
We also keep a hall line of Hardware,
a ter ' Tool, Buggy Ratne Saddle
'hoee who favor us with their business or
otherwise will be paid the higest market
price for cotton. 8m -d8m
W. H. MAXEY, B. a. BLOCK.R,
AXEY & BLOCKER,
RECEIVING AND FORWARDING
and retail dealers in
Call the attention of thetrading community
to their large stock of gWocrie-, dry goods,
hoots, shoes, hats, hardware, plows, cast
ings, cutlery, liuorp and gýo oeriee
which they are offering low for haa or cot
ten. Riheet marketprice paid for cotton.
dec 2-dam MAXWY & BLOCKER.
BOND & GUTHRIE,
1EOEIVING AND FOR WARDING
M'R CHAS NT.
Have on hand a complete assortment of
DR Y GOODS,
Their stock include, nearly everythingde
manded in the Trenton market, and will be
sold at the lowest market price.
The highest market price paid for cotton
and country produce.
dec 1S-dSnm BOND & GUTHRIE.
STAMPER & KIDD,
Dealers in General Merchandise. Keep oon
stantly on hand dry goods, groceries and
plantation supplies generally. All orders
mintrusted to their care will be promptly at
tended to. Highest market price paid for
cotton and country prodnee. dec 32-d3m
SCHOOLS AN0P Ls
3ev. carkes J. vmans, Pauispal,
Willmopen with a lul and competent corps
of aohe.. In the new brick Methodist
Church in Monre, on
Mondq, Janwm 10hA, 1871.
The latest d meet aproved methods of
instrnetlon will be ad d thorough
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For futher infoarmation ply to
C. . VANLS,
Para1gel , Mogroe , l.
M. £.-The imeet a in
tended to be wool
will be taught I te n
Ihither solium. rbe
I'mapna ted.70 In-tf
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT.
ROS~NPIELD A KEARNEY, Pro'rs.
This new establishment conveniently lo
ed between the two tracks, ad
near the Wherfboat, is nowp th ibr
nish meals at all hours in the best style.
tReomt additioum ~ t, e p_, Ore to
offer to guest, alo, ezoemlent Hoe acoom.
modations. The Saloon will be found sup
plied with choice wines and liquors, eigars,
Delta, Dec. 10, 1870. 4:dm
MONROE LIVERY STABLES.
OUACHITA LIVERY AND SALE
H. G. DOBSON, propdaetpr.
(brner Third and DeSiard Streets,
Horses, Buggies, &c., kept for hire.
Horses andMules bought and sold.
Good lots for Drovers conneeted with the
.Shreveport Stage Office te this table.
DeSiard SrSre.Mmroe, La.
SALE AND LIVERY STABLE.
I Horses, buggies, oarriages, Ae., for
sale or hire.
Careful drivers always on hand.
NEW ORLEANS ADVERTISEMENTS.
A.D3UW J. AIEKN. JON W. WATT.
IKEN & WATT,
Cblton betors & (rnmnision Merchants,
No. 00 Carondelet st., 'New OMleans.
Special attention given to orders for the
purchase of all desriptoe( pduce, a
cultural implements andplantaton uppl es.
decl2-dnm , A. W
PENN, PACE & IIEWONI,
COTTON FACORS AND OOMMISSION
No. 80 Union Street,
NZEW ORLIEA K.
December 18, 1800. nl:ly
lITHERISIOON, MOE8 & C*.,
New Orleans and Vieksburg.
July 2, 1870. n41:ly
A. LUYI. I. L. AAs.
OmerLy/ of ,mbe, Ld,]
CO<'lON FATO1RS AND GENERAL
No. 42 Perdido 8treet, New Orleans.
Persons wishing to secure homesteads
or enter swamp nds without inaurring
the expense of going to New Orleans, esn
have the same attended to by applying
either in person or by letter to
CHIARLES DELERY, Monroe, La.