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wfhts tbtlug gotten p hi ugaquirer-sB g W istate st that a a a to ereh down b ,tag with Mii s Bose a Ck lWaaS.t5 tpe for appledmpliUgs. reeilpt from t t ei.ittee a tvitation to visit '·P esaole, Ida., and putnals a s: W'iebh was ordered by the &ecre- c ll intes rleportt brt ad ett.rg :. ard bis 'y da lrttlhbetter. ' t talks s t B1 "R taoff etoll lks i( think he had "been ao backtr the tiger." We5s pmpe¶s which are publish aag penttltO*Ithe *b ausidates for the several oh n Chicago are furnishing to ib det easve agenoles of this coUntry , .o vatqable Iunlormation for future .4R1 U poat ted j lucifeer #tb that na be lighted and extin a .... t laLaO number of, times, it WI e as ltnarument of great avilsg, alone you can bay only about *i ) matcbh fcr a cent nowadays. !he ! S States thinks that t15 4plRtiti gS happen ol Calcaslen parish. t says when they bore for ri , tinsu t god sufijiar and when they hee pfor staphur they find petroe ' , 104. n gwrts that some fellr ,here for lead and ind insteal a gold ' midme. ' Grand Master Workman Powderly ,.`i ,tto earn his lviag as a switch MrK. oezl, pnanager of the uag "tbs 4 8e stltwest, was a i notime betler in a hotel near De" .l,3 Iows. If antecedents are to be . i:l..,i Powderly has slightly the on soxie. ; A sanitary convention, for discuss the best methods looking towards IyVaClaemaent In the sanitary condi tite of the Qomzpionwealtb, will be b] at t Philadelphia on May 12, 18 andu 1.+ ;: asnmph P. Edwards, No. 22 15f;11 attest Philadelphia Is chair S.tas of committee on arrangements ad 1wil ftn ish any further Informs. tios 4dtrai . ' too.', She ll Q ,Mar Atin ta, and s pavtleulart. aklihf!b in working up eases and Ilootitug satis. He says she has nb end ot uerve, and does not work for the euse-eti liMpneplace but for money. , , Young Mackenzie of Waverly, Ind., was firing at as mark with a rile on Tuesday. He 1id not know tbst his mother had entered a ow abed salptim which he wra s firing, and when be went up to see how well be had eshot he ound her lyaing deadt with a bea et hole throlugh her head. niew o.u s. Vm> r 'z titto deprive hie eaih lea on from cell Ila te. Ioase. Tiey wi.' bate their labor fog their pains. .Mr. R!nmnl e @aMt be suited. He is a dog is ne mlager, and his object II dort to het t*iý p~i lat proveader for him. One kinad of reduction in the tar'ff 1 jt as offeunve to him as another. If the XOTIso men are strong enough t1 toer Iota out and go on with their bs a they want it, they would do well to pursethbat simple and effective polley. If they are not strong enough they had better give up the fight on a e tarif bill and take up singly and in a order a few prominent points-free ores, free lumber, free salt, free wool sad do what they can with each. Ran dall is more of A protectionist than a Democrat, and more of an enemy to S1eu "Sd Carlisle than either, and ltit r tml reformer" must act on this . *eet if they expect to accomplish any . g. AlERICAN CREDI r. The credit of the United States has s lately passed that of England, as it g long ago passed that of every other y civilized country. United States four e per cents now command 1271 in Lon don, the highest point ever reached, putting them far above any bonds in i- the world, as at this figure they pay i- only 2) per cent. if held until maturity. P. This price, it is true, is abnormally tt low, the result of the plethora of at money in England seeking investment. At the same time, as English consols and French rentes enjoy the same at advantages, the superior value, of our ds is evidence that the credit of the SUnited States is first class and unex r Ielled, and is improving; and that the a apitalisets of the world recognize the R fact that this country is in a better Scondition to pay the Interest and prin d a I of its debts than any other. At the same time American bonds are being brought back here and held for investment. The proportion of our debt held abroad was never so small bi as it is to day. 1e American credit has bIeea one of the a financial wonders of the world, and s must prove of benefit to all our i!Ln r eats, since with the Inmprovemecat ou be national credit there always follows he the improvement of eSates, municipal. ities, corporations and individuals. ! n' URE AND HEALTH FOR THE AFFLICTED., be Ia . 'l* ni L , ad The Specialist of Atlanta, Ga., has open ro. ed a temporary office in ir* 2MoEnaroe, I-,. in the Ouachita House, where lot fiftccn a. days he will scientifically treat the fol lowing diseases: All diseases peculiar to Women: also treats Rhumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lt Liver and Kidney diseases, such as Chronic Constipation, Biliousness, Sick OD Headdacches, r ectal Diseases such as y, Ples, Flsure of the Rectum, Fistula in Ano. Blood Diseases, such as Syphils, i Sorofula, White Swelling, Venerial Dis eases, such as Gonorrhea, Impotence, up Stiriity and Newous and Sexual Debility, he Diseases of the Eye Ear and Throat. tOpium and Morphine Habits cured 19 withour Suffering or Detention from al Buainess. Cancer Dropsy and Catarrh 0ured by us. We C ure Stammerinogby on Art-No MeLine or Instrmuent used- We Extract Qiasesa with a Vegetable Plester, without *.* per/brminltg any surgical Operations and w~iaout aMuch Pain* We treat Stricture by Electrolysi "1 tih is painless, Consmption, Asthma' S~.ieases of the Heart, Dyspepsia and all, Nesl rublm[assse. All Skin Dieasases such SeLt . -stter etc., trepted. agLgsit ad Examination free and d o~ae lielted. Oioe hoars emdsal am. p. I Sm., abd ftdm a p.m. to o'p, .. CLOTHINC HOUL -CHEiAP GOOD8 .----- MAKE ----- , Cheerful Buyers!, And an elegant stock to select from, is an dvantage ttn . every one appreciates. Therefore, if you anticipatoe buyi'g - anything in the CLOTHITNG LINE, call at the STAR CLOTHING HOUSE, and you will find the Largest and Best selected stock of ICLOTHING, GENTS FURNIHING' GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES L ATS. CAPS & ETC; that is kept outside of New 3rleans. - It is not necessary t9 (unote prices, here, nor do we.. sy. that we are selling at, or bel cost, but, if you want anything in our line call in us and we will sell you at a legitin ate profit. Respectfully, I. BAER & BRO., hd'O35fELOE, LA. MONROE RESTAURANT, No. 26 DeSiard Street, Monroe,, La. i This now Restaurant has just been opened. Everything new and Fresh. The table e ill be supnplied with the best that the iarket affords. A well appointed Bar. is one 01el - the cotvesioncef attached, at which thobest of LIquors may be had. Meals qt all lbory,. at tie fOllowing prices: ., at th following prcs: Single meals................ .. .......**........ e. e Board per week ............... ......... . 16.00. J. S. HAUGH, Proprietor. AMlERICA AHIAD ONCE MORE I NEW ORLEANS ALL THE Honors. EXPOSITION 1884-5. A FL UI1 a ASSORTME1NrP IFORT SALE -Y - Grand Street, Monroe, LI, BANK OF MONROE. L. D. ALLEN, Jr., - . President. n G. A. SINGERi, -. . (ashier. lrra&nc Wt., 31oiroe, Ilsouisia a, a, Europan exchange for sale; also drafts on St. Louis, New York, New Orleanis and as Vicksburg. Mutilated money and foreign coin bought at highest rates. Interest allow k ed on time d'posits. Collectlons promptly attended to in Monroo. ''rento, Bastro,' as Farmerville, Vienna, Columbia, Ounchita City, etc. GRAND STREET, MONROE, LA. [Establ'shod 1867.] The Proprietor assures his many friends and customers that he will constantly kel on hand the finest and best brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars, All of which will be served with prompt ness and politeness. A. J. KELLER, Proprietor. Monroe. February 8. 12. OB WOTK Executed with Neatnes~ and at Low Price. at thia oaes, GOt our price MONROE BAKERY, DESIARID STREET, Winm. U. MILLER, Proprietor. Families supplied with lead made of the best flour. Cakosof evert kitnd kept; for sale, or made to order. FANCY GRCERIE9, TOBACCO, CIGARS, FRUITS, CONFECTIONS, &e., Kept in stock and will be sold at the lowe-t market price. SUBSB4IBE T'ru+r 'Y