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sad eTshe thQ sba s aa wo antr -eh ol It wU e. and mt ' thoait apiam , quartr ts Tobe e aba tip'at New Orleans. Monday eveir ng 'woith hlAe otonr 17S andae w" ed, i O sackse iotton weed meofl 467 Daqrks oil bad 12 bales bathe rs, Te. Colo It will. tbe re.. aembeied lit *eo rcos at desk Satuan SHamlto" ? Jar, pw Thd Sh4inr is tCi~lkr of purciastem the outfit as~h.os e factory in oader, to be enabled to peesat one to each and every peron vlsting the Court house and who will use the spitoops lnstea4 of squirting tobacco Juice on the floors and mable tling. It Is un derstood that each spittoon (hbung capacious) anaites 'be elsdae asoet rest. If turned over and the contents emptied on tie carpet a vote of thanks will be tend4red by the Sheriff. For sometime past severald promi.. nent gentlemen have been trying to organize a base ball Park AmsocIlton in Monroe. Until recently it seemed as if t was mpossible for them to suc ceed. The grounds for this are to be located below the city, near the Downey saw mill. As for the grounds They are quite level well drained and In fact one of the tbst pales In the Statketo mke a park. Capt. Charrer go lubs he wanted to play M on' roe fo, some time, but would net coins as they had no way t'o help defry wlll be sere and haY. eee • d tb tefbo th Bt . e nete.lpe - rebe tga:t Prg#Ve rw4 ~lPr mero 7o -ore -.'ni e~tylro e*r pleto a aee of t1 tin is a library, ws what the libejality of t .te Mrs. 4 r L.ifqdre bestwe a ~oi Pali wtta tee tefr. uhlAkr gvwl Th be fSowdUg thtters eeaos Wc tlem the law itbrary tf the late t}dge Geare, ehe tuolous qf as of st its a oeth of the Interior at astto2 I0. ha been receved by Hon. Lewl . Alle+ , Department of The Interior. Jhue it,, 18 a, the Puhblo Library, lcare f D. Allen, Zr,, Menses.Le. Sitr -I have the honor to send to, yo aments, eht epYthowof the 47tifongress. Other* will be supplied from" time to time Very respet teley, H. L. MULDROW, S Department of the Interior, 11 Washingtonhip, 25, 1886. i The Public Library, cr of L. D. Allen, Jr. M Aonroe, nLa.: Sir: I have the honor to inform you -that the Hon. J. Floyd King has designated the Public Library,, Monroe, La., as the -depostory of .qpIte doouments for the Fifth Oonregeonal Distrlet of thei State. Oan rete g the ae rance of the ae* eptance of this designation and that the d~aumenta supplied under it will be preserved as a permanent .portion of the Library, such as lire avalabld will be for warded to its address b' mail, and others npliled as they are from time to time Stheady toa distribution. These dcouments are bound in leather and embrace the Journals, the Exeoutive and miscellaneous documents and reports of comy, tees of the two Houses of Congress, comprising therefore nearly all doownents ordered by Oongrees, among them the scientiafc, tptblications of the government. thI reports of the Tenth Library,; the Records of thenJr. War of the Rebellion, from the 6th volume, and epoitany othetf dieoents of great value. FiThe Congressional Reord and Statutes-at-at a go, are, however, not embraced among thdcuments. These doer cuments nuwill be her about 150 volumes per Congress. Please inform me of the number of volumes yourthe library contains and what is the number of its patrons. An early reply as to yourtime Scceptance of this designation is requested. of Very respectfully, , c Fitherefore nearly all documestant Se orretary. Mr. . J. vcKer nt, bnna de res ort I form the Ladies that they can nowf purchase from her Summer Millinery at Congreaessiy onadluced pricesord and The Lades a g reqested to bear this fembract ed mind. thedmumea s. M. J. MKents n.. - WEST MONROU DOTS. inform me oU EGULAR bEPORTER.f libTrary contains ad whatis the ofnumbtoer of ts patroe been endeavorly reply fo to yourl * $w dys,, to fores *dmuslve . Into ,. rceptancte of this desination isa ruested. ··' p M y c~na ttleeLoi I*s for th /ala ta te a ,lncaefo esm e ~inr 9 v` a* ir; F' ·:,; · e Y-'~t twi##lw .v' '.' F " T 1 Mw~Sj_ q19 , X Feller atTt Pamemw last easW don)i Fullratnne gw uthis weisk a a Fa~ A nefo loss of Laborreoggitlyd', land,. oI; e Foleom" Aesly ThM Cleveland as well as gla laud are "married" to Feb ... Mr. J. Ludd Williams, proprietor, has disposed of the MausSeld Herald, Mr. M. J. E. Hewitt, of the Dggi "t being the purchaser. Mr.ý Jckgo Douglass who had editedl obr$carp the Herald bas retired. A. isENOQI' Carpenter and Builer MONROE, LA, J. w. mses, ` . - Dealer I a GROCKRI AND COUNTRY POPUpe OYSTrIas, -U IFAF EALS sEa : _ _ Ct ai. . Deal-a Ne" 10D..*iM. F o rrsn s rc a . Ii y,ý''rryylt A3 of t!he p etw i xr i w" i : t A( a '4. . .. .. . ;p.' ". "; ' .t.. r.,,...rn` Vt.J n i Ki~i~i~`iib~;~~YP' L' nY` ý;i :y . !ý k"ý k r + x. r:ý asp " 5 rr BýtA q ·;r ýyel "ýj ' 4 .