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VOL. i. MONROE, LA., FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1871.
T iTF TIT.1 i A A , . " D... N V-U I.
An Independent Newspaper;
PUBLISHED DAILY AND WUIUKLY, AT
MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA.,
BY G. W. McU.4NI g.
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TER OF WEERLKT :
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rigidly adhered to in all oases:
Single copies.......................:..... 10
One copy for six months.......................... 2,00
One copy for one year......................... 8,00
Arrival and Departure of the ]ails.
From Monroe to Vicksburg-Carrying
all mail matter for the Western, Eastern,
Middle, Pacific and Atlantic States, and New
Departs daily at 4 A. M.;
Arrives daily at 7 P. M. (Sundays except
From Shreveport to Monroe-
Arrives daily at 6 P. M.;
Departs daily at 6 A. M.:
From Camden, Ark., via Farmerville to
Arrives Sundays, Wednesdays and Fri
days at 4 A. M.;
Departs Mondays Wednesdays and Fri
days at 63 P. M. closes at 6 P. M.
From Montigelio, Ark., via Bastrop, to
Arrives Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur
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beparts Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri
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From Hillsboro, Ark., via Ouachita City
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beparts Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri
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R. RICHARDSON. JA8 D. M'BNRY.
Riehardson & MeEmery,
TTORNEYS - AT- LAW, Monroe, La.,
practice in all the parishes of North Lou
isiana, in the Supreme Court at Monroe, the
Federal Courts, and in the Land Office De
partment of the General Government.
i'. U. MORRISON. W. W. FARYBR.
Morrsona d Farmer,
A LTORNEYS AT LAW, Monroe, La.,
will practice in the Courts of the Pa
rishes of Ouachita, Morehouse, Richland,
Franklin and Caldwell, in the Supieme
Court, and in the United States Courts.
Will also attend to all business intrusted to
them in the State and Federal Land Offices.
V. P. STUBBS. a. (. COBB.
Stubbs d Cobb,
A TPORNEYS AT LAW, Monroe, La.,
practice in the Courts of Ouachita,
Morehouse, Richland and Madison parishes,
and in the Supreme Court of the State. v4-32
DR J. . (ALDRWOOD. DR. THOS. Y. ABT.
Drs. Calderwood & Aby.
OFFICE in rear of Beruhardt's building,
Second street, between DeSiard and the
Railroad. Jan 5, 1871 d&w
F HE undersigned give notice that they
Swill be in Monroe between the 1st and
loth of March, with a drove of A No. 1 Mis
souri mules, which they purpose offering at
reduced rates. TAYLOR & MoMERTY.
Monroe, Feb. 16,1871. d&wtf
OLIVER & BYRNE,
l&,e-iirinQ 1,andl Fom'rardki, Mercl)unt,
I ) a<r6 ij (General Merchandise.
- A geo, t,, Agricultural Implenmnts
of all dccoription, also River and Fire Insur
llce ,d l out hlelr IExprees Company.
6EORGE '. ENiSMING(ER'S of
CON F ':CT1( IONERY,
Dr,-ick Diock, r )nrru," hs',Ri,?erd & G'randl ,ls.
Cakes of all kinds, plain and ornamonted;
Candies; Candied Fruits; Nuts; fresh, pre- V
,ervod and canncd Fruits; Fancy Articles;
Nick-Nacks, and everything kept in first
elssam Confectionery. 'Particular attention
given to Dinners, Party, Ball and Wedding fl
Suppers. SUMMER S.EASON.-Ice Cream, So- o
da and Mineral Waters, amld Refreshing
I)rinks of adl kinds. decl2--dm IP
MONtRO ADVIRtiMENTI. .
_GEORG CR DO XLAVE , '
T WROL-ESAL DUALUN I1
0 AND PBODUCE,
0 Mowosm, .La.
WINTER GOODS & GROCERIES.
I am constantly receiving addii to my;
D already large and well seleoted grlek ef
& aple and Rtany Dry Goods,
Boots, Shoes, C(ps, Hats,
and Groceries of alt kinds,
And will sell them as cheap, if not oheap
er, than any house in North Louisiana.
Having a large and commodious ware
house and cotton-shed, I am prepared to re
ceive and forward cotton and freight of all
kinds, on the most liberal terms.
N. B.--Will pay the highest market price
for cotton, hides, and produce of all kinds.
decl2--dSm G. C.
JOHN G. SANDERS,
Groceries, Tbbacco, Wines and Liquors,
Faney and tlaple Dry Goods, Hard
ware, Bar Iron and (astings,
and Landreth's Garden Seeds,
Corner Grand and DeSiard areets,
MONROE, LA. decl2:3m
E. DREYFUS do CO.,
Have just received a splendid areortment
of latest styles
GENT'S' WINTER CLOTHING,
manufactured to theirorder.
An invoice of ine hand-sewed-
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HA TS ,
BOOTS & SHOES,
and a variety of other articles.
YINE GOODS JUST RECEIVED, a
AND OF TrI1
OREATEST VARIETIES. 1)
$ Ladiee are specially invited to call D
and examine the superior and latest styles Ir
of Goods expressly selected for them.
Dealer in Dry Good.s, Grocerie., Hard
ware, Furniture and lyanation Bupplie. i
JB-Keeps constantly on hand a variety of P
fine Cigara and Tobacco, Wines and Liquors
of every kind.
Highest pri`we ril for Ctbon rad Ctntry
DAN T. READ, W. C. WILLIAMSON,
. M. ItlkaraWWEDLl . *n. .· '
HEAD, WjLLXAOWN. & co.,
R A`cetiv , FORWARrbii G
General dealers in
AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES
N They are constantly receiving direct from
New Orleans, New York and St. Louis, ad
ditions to their already large and varied
stock which are all being purchased at the
most favorable rates, which enables them
to sell at the lowest prices, and will be
pleased to supply their friends and those
who may favor them with their patronage.
CASH AND SUPPLIES ADVANCED ON
or they will purohase cotton at the highest
Their shipping and storage facilities are
the best that can be offered, and rates for
same reasonable. Cotton stored with them
will be insured if desired.
Trenton, Dee. 80, 1870. d n14:
FLOURNOY & MILLSAPS,
Have just received and for sale
t 10,000 papers Buist's Garden Seeds.
8 barrels Early Rose Potatoes.
100 barrels Flour, on consignment, will be
closed out low.
A laIge lot of Powder.
600 Avery Plows, direc from the factory.
Merchant's orders for the above goods
will be filled at New Orleans prices and ex- E
penses. Jan. 9, 1871. d2mn
MISlOURI MULES. o
THE undersigned has, at this time, a lot d
of extra Missouri Mules, which hopro
poses to sell at REDUCED prices. They can
be seen at Capt. Chamberlain's cotton-shed. a
Feb'y 17,1871. d-lw S. Q. CAREY.
COMMISSION MERCHANT, b
Cor. Grand and DeLard ste., Monroe.
Jan 7, '71 du320-wly-nl 0(
MORE HELP WANTED!
SAVING re-rented for a term of years,
the splendid Madam McGuire planta- fl
tion, I shall for the approaching seed time da
and harvest, require 10 more good laborers. A
Married men preferred. A
A common School Room and a true C
House of Worship, will hbe erected upon the C
banks of the Bayou DeSiard this Spring.
EUGENE TISDALR. -
BUSINiSE . .
H AVING renlod the store, warehouse
and chambers, tcornetr Grand and
D)eSiard streets, I shall, on tha 20th of this F
month, put up my shinglo as a COMMissioN so
MEr'HANT. EUGENE 'TTISDALE. di
S - ---- ce
GRAED STIIEIT. S
Rceives, stores and forwards cotton and
merchandisoe a~t ruling rates, and deals, at
liberal prices, in Ptmily (jroceries, Western on
Produce, IAquors, Bacon, Flour, &c. um
Dec. 13 1870. d:3m 1 fil.
"EMEMBER the Wagons at Surghnor v
L- Mullin's are ~araunteed. 9-tv' do
T Tolr5NON;9 3cU oz00L.
The Board of Director e thod
of d a sttiffi MtYom
anM b*W be reay *r - or the
m a e eh a v e ns st e s ic n e s.J
B us $1 n de4d Pfe 0ots.
-1a ut_ , dal, Wre o as aswell
e nberpr e se e a trietmlr. The
5 hper in thca t wv ntry
the positonL. e 10 aI l-f
TheSchojlT1A T Y pmuIof three terms,
of thirteen weeks ~ pila he freom
timeof entry toea6 I No deduotion
made exoept in cases protraeted siencams.
Tuition payable oN/half in advance, and
one-half at the end of the term.
RATES OF TUITION:
For term of thirteen weeks: Primary
clas, e ; Intermediatedlas, ll Acabem
c1 lasp, 15; Music, $1; Incidental fee, 50 eta.
Board can be secured in private faunmilie
at 15a per month.
OARUD OF DIUTfOl,.
A. F. Flournoy, President, E. B. Blocker,
Secretary, B. D. Sheppard, John Drago, T.
MeGuire, Jethro Moore, .0. Larche.
Trenton, La., SeDt. 24,1870. nl-bf
1OUISIAI.AA TATU UNIVERSITY,
(Nd ti changed rous La. pc Bess omsa o.)
- BATON ROUGE, LA.
e FOUDD AND SUPPORTUD By THAD TAIT OF
1 INTH SESSION,
SNow in progress, will close in June, 1870.
v The next session will begin first Monday in
September next, and will continue ten
t ACADEMIC BOARD
Consists of a full orps of able Instructors in
Sall branches of Literature and Science, usu
r ally taught in the best Colleges and Uni
COURSE OF STUD?
Embraces a Preparatory and Academie De
partment, including a Literary, Scientific
and Optional Course, a 8pecial School of
Civil Engineering and a Commercial School.
LIBRARYEAPPARATUS AND CABINETS
Well selected and valuable. The Geolog,
ica and Mineralogical Cabinets, ets., the
la t and most complete in the South em
e bracing the extensive colletions of the late
Col. Wailes, of Mississippi, and the Cabinets
of the Topograplical, (,eologieal and Botan
ical Survey of Louisiana.
Granted to Cadets not under fifteen years of
age, who know Arlthmetie, Grammar and
Of every kind, for ten months, $350; $200
payable in advance, balance February ist,
or by acoepted Draft, at 8 per ct., for ninety
days. Payments may be made through the
Canal or Citizens' Bank.
Cadeta received at any time daring the
session and charged from date of entrance.
Military, with daily drill. A btary of four
guns will afford facilities for instruction in
Artillery. Uniform of Cadet-gray Cloth, to
be had at the Institution at a oust of $15
For further information, address
D. BOYD perintenden
*iaton Rouge, La,
Office of the University, in Now Orleans at
Swarbrick A Co.'s, 59 Camp Street.
* Until the rebuilding of the College Edi
fice, lately destroyed by fire, near Alexan
dria, the Institution is temporarily located
at Baton Rouge, in the Deaf and Dumb
Asylum. xLocation very healthy, and to
commodatious ample for a large number of
Cadets. Number this session, 170.
May 28, 1870. n36-1y
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Fine h gdold and sliver Wathes, and t
French and American Clocks, fine
solid gold Jewelry, Pianos and Melo-~ih j
dions, Musicatl yltruments of all deserip
tions, sheet music, &c., a51 solicitor for the
celebrated pianos of the St. Iouis Manufio
turing (ompany. deeo-413n:wy
8TOVES AND) TINWARE.
A general assortment of these articles kept
on hand,and sold at reasonable prices by the
undersigned. Wholesale orders for'Tinwars
tilled at New Orleans prices, freight added.
lilpairs promilptly attended to.
1widr0-dl! Grand street, Monroe, Ia.