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DA L ý'ý E GRAPH
MONaRO, JUNE 22, s188.
Half of them Lave been shopping and
wasting their time, while we-you and
I, dear boy-who have; worket so0
hard and are so extwemely tlid out,
must stand. I dq not like demoewatle
countries."
The pretty young girl looked up in
amuaemeat. The rude young fllows
looked down, perfectly aware that
every one of their remarks lid been
overheard by the fair occupant in the
seat. Severas other people glanced in
the directiou of the trio, the youths
having dropped the sotto voce with
which they had commenced their re
marks and raised their voices consider
ably.
The girl smiled maliciously. A look
of surled her upper lip and she seemed
as though she were bracing herself to
make an efort. Presently, while
most of the adjacent passengers were
looking at her to see what she would
do, she arose and faced the young
man.
"I am sorry," she faltered, with
seeming nervousness, .,"that you can
not sit down. I ought to have thought
of it before. Pray excuse me, and
take my seat. There are two of you,
I am aware, put you can divide it
between you. You are both-rather
Slim."
The girl sped from the car, blushing
furiously, as it stoppedat Forty-second
street, She never stopped to hear the
roar of laughter which her words
aused, or to notice the chagrin of the
walkiog stick who moveb with their
chattels into another car.
MR: T. T.ANNON, Butcher,
-Dealer In
FRESH MEATS,
GAME, VEGETABLES, ETO,
Next door to R. J. Nelson's, Grocery,
My shop is conducted with a view of af
fording the public the greatest convenience
and I endeavor to keep all that can be had
in the general market.
Ladles can do their marketing at my shop
ithout the least fear of insult.
P/"All those who have game, vegetables
by other market truck for sale will do well
calling on me.
WM. T. CANNON.
VIlIANA HOTI¶L,
JACKSON STREET,
MONROE, .LA.
Having been' thoroughly repairedyl and
newly furnihed, is now open to the trav
eling public. Central location; conven
to railroad depot; steamboat landing and
businesse portion of the city. Superior
accomodations and excellent table.
B. GUSDOFER.
Proprietor.
ORNER SALOON,
DUSIARD STREET, MONROE, LA,,
M. L. Berberovich.
PROPRIETOR.
The patrons of this saloon may by assured
that the best of wines, liquors and cigars
will be offered them under the new as well
as the former management and that good
order shall be observed and polite attention
shown my guest.
Bottled and keg beer kept on ice. Beer
6 ocents a glass.
M. L. BERBEROVICI.
Sucessor to G. A. Paurrox.
May 22, 1885.
J G. HIEBELER,
-PormUron Or-F
Ouachita Bakery,
And Manufacturer of
Oakem, Caadetdmim,
SODA AND MINERAL WATERS,
38 DuSlard Street, Monroe, La.
PURR STICK CANDY A SPkCIALTY.
The attention of the public is called to
fact that this candy is made in my own
establishment, and is superior in quality to
that generally offered to the public.
8pecial orders for anything in my line
wil receive prompt attention.
J, G. HEtEBELER.
THE MARKETS.
MONROE MARK ET.
(obrrected Daily.]
by . J. k.Velson, "The Boss roeeer.
Subare Wa. c.................................. 8
" e Choice La................... ........... 7%
Cofee choice............................. to 12
r yr. new crop ................................. 75
Rl~ e, choio e.. ................................... 8
Corn Meal................................2.50,3 2.75
our, Fano Patent........................... .50
Blaeh ancy ... .........................6.00
" Eagle Steam................8.00
Choice XXX.............. ..........5.25
Pork, Mes ........................... ..........12%
D. 8. Shoulder .......................... 5,
D. S.C . Sids...... "..... ..8.
D. SoCp, ides ............................. . ..2.00
baon,. , 81.ide ................. .............. 6.7
Nails.rd, terce.................. ..3..........
Soap, ................................... .. 200
Tobacco .......... ............... 40
Bagging, 2 Ib...................................11%
Arrow ties........................................1.35
Shot, sack..................... ...... 1.60
Grits.................................,... ......
Coal Oil, per gal ... ...........
S alt, ouara .........N...... .......-
" fine................... .............. 1.0
Axle Grease, per do ......,....,.......1.00
Lemons.........................................7.00
Powder...............................................30 co
Corn..................................................... 650.
Oats ............ ...................... c.
Rust Proof.......................................... 6
Bran.................................................1.385
H ay...................................................1.00
NEW ORLEANS
corrotN.
June.-10
QUOTATIONS
GMod M iddling .............................. 9%c
Low widdling ................. ............... 8%c
Good ordinary.............................. 7%c
Ordina-y ......................................... 7,c
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Flour steady Choice, $3.90 Fancy, 4.10c
Extra Fancy )4.40, patents, $5.00. Corn
dull, mixed, 460, white, 49,&50c
sacked, 60e. Oats lower, choice western
87%c. Corn meal quiet, $2.25. Hay steady
prime, $14 [email protected] choice, $16 [email protected] 00. I ard
dull, refined tierce, 5%. Bulk meats
firmer, shoulders, 5c, long clear sides, 6 20
clear rib sides, 56 c. Bacon firm, shoulders,
4%e, long clear aides, 6.10c clear rib sides.
6.40c. Hamschoice sugar cured, 10%@10%c.
Whisky [email protected] Coffee, good de
mand common to prime, [email protected]%. Sugar
dull, open kettle,--choice, 5%c strictly,
prime 65,y5% fully fair, 5,~&5 1-16 good fair
4%, to 5f good common, 41-2; com
mon 4% 4%, inferior, 33124%lc. centri
fugai plantation granulated, 6%c, off clari
fled 6c choice white, 6%c, off white, 5%c
greywhite, 6 1-16c: prime yellow clarifled
5X, choice yellow clarified, 6% off
yellow clarified, 5%c, seconds, 4%@)5%c.
Molasses dull, open kettle, choice, 20c;
strictly prime, 82c good prime, [email protected]
prime, [email protected], good fair, [email protected], fair, 15
@16c, good common, 14, centrifugal, good
prime, to choice, [email protected];, common to prime,
[email protected] Rice dull, ordinary to prime,
34%ce. Bran steady, at 60c. Cotton
seed oil, prime, crude, new, 20%U @21c, re
fined, 28%'29c, F. O, B, cake, [email protected],
meal, 200. Pork quiet, $9.37%.
ST. LOUIM.
Flour steady, XXX, [email protected], family
$2 [email protected] 95, choice to extra fancy, $3.95y
4.50,patents,[email protected] Wheat, active, No
2 red Fall, 76%c cash. Corn weak, No. 2
mixed, 31%0 cash. Oats, firm, No. 2
mixed, 260 cash. Hay, quiet; prairie
[email protected], timothy, [email protected] Bran
easy, firm, mill, 50c; east track, [email protected]
Corn meal firm, $2.00 Pork, steady,
89.00 pr old, and $11.25 for new. Lard,
steady, 5.76c. Bulk meats, shoulders
3.62c. long clear sides, 5.30c. short rib, 5 40;
short clear, 5.00c. Bacon, shoulders 3.00c;
longclear, 6.25c; short rib, [email protected] 50i short
clear [email protected] Boxed lots; shoulders,
5.760; long clear sides, [email protected]; short rib
sides, [email protected]; short clear, 5..655
Whisky steady, $1.10
MONROE BAKERY,
DESIARD STREET,
Winm. . MILLER, Proprietor.
Families supplied with bread made of the
best flour. Cakes of every kind kept; for
sale, or made to order.
FANCY ORCERIES,
TOBACCO, CIGARS,
FRUITS, CONFECTIONS, co.,
Kept in stock and will be sold at the lowest
marke tpride.
G EM BALOON,
W. 8. LETENM, Proprietor.
No. 22 DEf IARD STREET,
(Nextidoor to Sholaro' Dlrug Store. I
MONROE, LA.
THE GEM IS CONSTANTLY
supplied with Impotted and Domestic
Wiiee and Liquors, and Imported and Do
mestic Cigars, all new and fresh. Mixed
Drinks prepared with care, and polite atten
will be received by all.
RTIFICIAL,.
FRUITS AND FLOWERS.
Mrs. J. R. DUERSON,
begs to it~fbrm the ladies of Monroe and
vicinity that she is prepared to give lessons
in the making of Wax Flowers and Wax
Fruits and also Zephyr, Feathers, Paper
and Cloth Flowers, either at the residence
of the pupil, or at her residence on Sixth
street where specimens of her work can be
seen and where applications for tuition
may be left.
Monroe, Jun o 9, 188'
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