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STE A BOAT0.
EGULAR NEW ORLEANS, AL
exandria, Natchitoches and
R Grand Ecore, via. Cane and Lit
tle Rivers, (clear bills through). The new, light,
(drawing 18 inches), superb passenger Packet
ERA No. -,-Capt. J. J. COMPERn ,
will run as a regular low water pocket in the above
trade, carrying freight and passengers through,
having fine first-class passenger accommodations.
For freight or passage, apply on board.
W No bills paid by this boat without being
entered on her order-book, with items and dates.
EW ORLEANS AND RIVER
Packet Steamer, RAPID ES
C. J. BARSTOW, MASTER,
HAVING resumed her place in the Red River trade
will run as a regular Packet during the Season, be
tween New Orleans, Calhoun's Landing and all in
termediate landings on Red River; leaving Alex
andria every Saturday Evening.
N EW ORLEANS, ALEXANDRIA, ,
Natchitoches and Grand Ecore
D. R. CARROLL--WM. KIMBALL, MASTER,
WILL make regular trips during the season, be
tween New Orleans, Natchitoches and Grand Ecore,
and all intermediate landings on Red River. For
reight or passage, apply on board. Decl-ds
NEW ORLEANS AND SHREVE- va
PORT PASSENGER PACKET,
The splendid and swift passen
B. L. HODGE-C. E. MARSHALL, MASTER,
JOHn GRAS?, Clerk,
will leave New Orleans every alternate Saturday,
for Shreveport, Grand Bayou, Campte, Grand
Score, Alexandria, Norman's, Barbin's, and all
way landings. For further particulars, apply on
FOR SHREVEPORT, GRAND
Score, Alexandria and all inter
mediate Landings on Red River,
TIE New, Swift Running Passenger Packet,
JUDAH TOURO--C. H. EWING, MLaSa,
WILL make regular trips during the season as
above. For Freight or Passage, apply on board.
I GULAR RED RIVERPACKET,
The fine, new, and splendid
pamenger packet, LEONA-- .
B. ROBBRTS, MAsuta-O. R. REMER, CLERK.
WILL run as a regular Packet between New
Orteans, Grand Ecore, Alexandria and all inter.
mediate landings on Red River. For Freight or
Pasage apply on board.
10 R ALEXANDRIA, SHREVE
port, Hurricane Bluffs, and all
Inatermediate landings. The new
aad fast pasenger steamer,
.LCOOMPT-C0. JOHNSON, MAvxn,
HAS ressmed her place in the Red River trade,
and wil make regular trips during the season. For
Freight oe Passage, apply on board.
A PRIZE FOR EVERIBODY I
WHiO suasIaiBa s rO THB
ew York Weekly Press,
The NEW YORK WEEKLY PRElSSisone of the
beaeituary papers of the day. A large Quarto
sontainig TWENTY PAGe,8 or SIXTY Oo
UUe,oetntertainngatter; and ELEGOANTLY
1LLUStIRA'FTD every week.
*4 lVwf a fro do do.s t lo000 0 Wtin a
1 oe " d do ar, do .. "
I Tea eepsoe eye. 4Id 10 glfts, 15
Twetietone '6 noyear, aud tl gits 80 -
ft Iieides tobe distributed are comprised in
I U JStes Treasry Note..51000 -
I do do do do... 600 - eacrh
5 do. do do do... 200-each
10t do' do do do. . 100--each
3*t'aIc te Watohes 1oO - each
SO Gold Waetes. Is - each
'8 do -0 --each
100 do 60 - each
800 Iadles Gold Watabes 86 - each
00 ) lvetrHueianlg Ored Watches. 80 -, each
800 Silver Watches..,.#....16 to 26 - each
1000 Gold gurd, vest, fob chains 10 to 80 - each
1000 lold Fans ad Pencils .., 6 to 1 - each
Gold Lookets, BusePslIa, Brooches,' Ear Drops,
Breast Pins, C .iiPns, Sleeve Buttons, Rings,
Shirt UtudWateh Keys, Gold and Silver
Thlmble'and variety of other arti
eles, wort~h ~f om 60 cents to
S $1500 each.
O roeseipt ofthe subseription money, the sub
. e.. ber's name will be entere42npon our books
ea* the gift foriwarded within one week totim,
,, ,b* . oaIt be aded to
31 tO"ii" " 'S ADs
, .I. Irr 81 Cai Yeas.u.
OI & N MA RK S,
,o giB;Wd/,R 'OCRRS
Q ONh J MICHUANTS,
And 88, 85 and 87 PrcLTo Stassr,
Between Poydra. ad Gradver Streets,
Iols, ltaS-ly New Orlean.
•r (Uity orders promptly attended to.
W3s rt's Precess bhoMlakthg
80 l dmuigmed having the Agency for the
S iobes o, i prpared :to make gontracs
wi1th ers who may wish to wViil them.
whlebt is aunverally acknowledged to be superior
to many other method ever used hn Sugar Making.
... Al coauainnieatios in regard to the srame,
will be promptly ~ttesdqd to, if addressqd to
J. S. SEVERNS,.
ViSt . purehsed 8. Gillespie's eutfr interst
" -L hte Goods, Notes, Asoonts, Flxtusas, Ao.,
of the ISnt t of N BBmTIR1j WICK & 4mt5ES
arad havrig also asoseed the payneus of aR
liabilities. I o call upon thosein
dgbtetl rwee, up to Jsfmara, 1859, to
l fobrard and make immedite settlement, as I
- up the alfairs of the old firm.
It s, s e 2. £C.P BeRPIRWIc L
WAGON AND PLO W
1g N't"PA O"IORY''
RIDGE & MURPHY,
(suLser6.aOi TO DROWN & VraOUsol.)
¶ OIJLD respectfully inform planters and cfii
Szens generally that they still carry on the
H Blacksmithing and Wheelwright business at
in the rear of the Odd Fellows' Hall, where they
will be found at all times. They have now on hand,
a large stock of timber suitable for
Wagons and Plows,
of all kinds.
They will keep constantly on hand and make to
order the Ball Plow and Sweeps, Harrows, Solid
Sweeps, Wagons, lorse-Carts, Drays and Hacks.
Also, Carriages and Buggies repaired at the short
Executed in a workmanlike manner.
W, S. RIDGE,
mh2.3, 1859-ly T. MURPHY.
W. EYRE. O. L. CHAIIDRLAIN.
Eyre & Chamberlain,
W OULD respecfully inform the citizens of
Rapides and adjoining Parishes, that they have
established a Shop in Ale~andria for the pur
pose of doing a general
Blacksmilhing and Machine Busieess.
They are prepared to do all kind of REPAIRING.
O -And all kinds of
COTTON GIN MACHINERY:
They have also made arrangements so that they
can Furlial and Erect Engines of any
required cpacity, as cheap as can be got this s:de
of New York and guaranteedine every respect.
We shall also keep on hand Bolts, of all kinds,
team and "Water :G asges. Belting,
abett's Mettle sagd BrasseCastings to order.
..Old Englis fitted up as good as new, on
Please give us a call andRatisfy yourself.
.... Shop on Third street near S. W. Henarie's
residence. P ap-6-ly
bill and Gin-Wright Builder.
W OULD respectfully inform the public of this
SV Parish that he is prepared to repair
Mili and Gins,
of all kinds, and put
I . Mill Stones
in order. Reference-Capt. T. D. Martin.
.... Orders left at the Store of 'I. Levy & Co.,
r will be attended to. sepl5-tf
r SADDL & $A j NESS MANUFACTORY.
Back of Odd Fellows' Hall,
THE undersigned will, at all tinies, keep
on hand, or make to order, every des
cription of Saddles, Harness,. Bridles,
and all other articles connected with his business.
,Uis work will be of the best quality, and which
he will sell at the most reasonable rates,
Feb--ly J. SPPIEGEL.
OULD respe tfullinform theditizens of Alex
andria andooin , that he has opened a shop
in town, an is prepared to do all sorts of
Carpentering, and Wood work.
A share of the public patronage is respectfully
solicited. " Feb2-ly
erices !t--4rqeres i!
(poeed: so, A l aeia.
'1~1 utsu ersi 4d respectfully informs
I his friends and the public in general,
that he has moved his Store into the Building on the
corner below the New Engine Houe,rand will keep
on hind the:folowing articles
Delf & Crockery-Wqre,.
Pickles, , Brandy,
Whisky, W. 'ine,
Cordial, ' Tobacco,
-- AND ALsO
A large assortment of
all of a Superior qdality and 'sold very low for
SCash. Purchasers will pleaab call and examine fo
a17y. P, MARUM.
w. o. DAM9 N.
pm PAINTElt,G LAZIER AND
* , * Country work done athtbe shbotest notice.
SFbl6-ly W. 0. DAMMON.
Hoeuse, Sign and Ornaamental+
Glazler, Paperliaager aMt JmIater
OF *OOP ANI MARiLBE
aLOBs, DAsIE, o AND TRANSPARnCI EIxcCUTrEID AT
THE SHORTEBT NOTaCE.
LANTATION work strictly attended to. Shop
in the rear of Rapides Hotel, on the corner
K. Jomisor nd Druggists,
s. K. Jofssois,
Rmsmuxzse: 5W. O.Ws and
SDr. S.;P. Wie. Jane6-ly
SmBE undersigned have oPeisd a NEW BRICK
; I STABLE, i'rontlng on Beeol -Street, betweeo
I l. MIcpeoly's and P. O'5iee's, ndcaie tih or db
lteet It fronts Hollowell's Eable.
T EH S:
Board per month- - - - $12 50
" " week - - - - 5 00
" " day - - - 1 00
" " night -- -. 75
" single feed - 85. 35
.... orses willbe fed with Oats and Bran when
required j JOHN, CLARK,
1AVING rented the Store fornoerly occupled by
8. Kibbe, on tecond Street, opposeite ie Jha
pides Hotel he wiahes te informhbflerinduand
the public generally tbi he has made'br.ngements
for recig freehik aies weekly, as follows:
SBgan (iMd aims, Sid and Shoulder Bacon,
Mess Bet~ackerelfish, ~ardimnes, I u Butter,
I Soasp, Cal, 'br, Coiho, Teas, and Tlts of arll
kinds and of the lis quality, and everything kept
in a Wholeal6 or Retail goere .
S--ALSO LIQU *R-
Scni as 0bgualso Brad r Whiskey,
Sdoa,4 Wines, Porter and fAbi~ of bebt britd
I (farsoftbe best quality, ind the betto1 6oi&
tioouarld Pound take alrays on hltndl Ab~t
which lE~ise eoNt e4opable prieea, fa.. $-l1
'4 " . ' ,,+.,+
lHaw ST. JOHN. Wx. P. Paovss
ST. JOHN & GROVES.
BEG to inform the public that they have opened a
Drug Store in Alexandria, (next door to Steb
bins' Jewelry Emporium,) where they are
prepared to furnish their friends with
medlcines'of all kinds, warranted
good, pure and genuine.
Fine Surgical Instru
ments of the best
lot of Scarif
cators ever brought
to Alexandria, by the best
London makers, personally se
lected. Genuine Brown Windsor,
Honey, Ghycerine and other Soaps.
Tooth Brushes and Perfumery, Areca Nut
Tooth Paste, (a new and fashionable article.) The
best of Brandies, Wines, Cordials, Ale and
Porter, which consumers may depend
upon being GENUINE, as we have
peculiar facilities in importing
direct. Teas, Pickles,
Fish, Sauces, Catchups,
Also Oils, Paints,
tione r y ,
articles usually en
quired forin a Drug Store.
HENRY ST. JOHN
HAS been connected with medicine orits manipula
tion for a term of seventeen years, and would beg to
state thathaving made Pharmacy hispeculiarstudy
will give his personal attention to any order for
medicine addressed to him.
Physicians practising n the country requir
ing private formulas compounded, may rely upon
the same being faithfully executed.
The utmost attention given to the dispensing
of presenptions at allhours-night or day,
We respectfully solicit the patfonage of
Planter and Families requiring medicines &c.
A SELECTION OF USEFUL BOOKS
ST. JOHN do GRIOVES',
Front Street, Alexauldri, La.
Bancroft's History of the tnited States;
Downing's Fruit Trees of America;
Macanly a History of England;
Prescott's, Philips', &e., 2 vole;
New American Cyclopedia;
French Revolution by McFarlane;
Lippincott's Pronouncing Gazetteer;:
Bulwer's complete works 10 vols.
Dickens' complete works 6 vols.
Waverlys' complete works 12 vols.
Freneh Songs, illustrated.
Copies of Shakepeare's Poetical Works.
Copies of Byron's Poetical Works.
With a large lot of other BOOKS and NOVEI23L
Also a good selection oft CH 0 0- B Q 0 KS,
among which are
Oilendrffs new method of teaching'Fiench by Value.
Ollendorffs new method ofteachingPrency by Jewet
Bellions,Analyctical and Practical English Grammar
Andrews and Stoddards Latin Grammar.
Websters Unabripged Dictionary.
German and English Dictionaries.
Spanishand English Dictionaries.
Ainsworth's Latin Dictionary
Stoddards Latin Reader
S Davies Algebra.
Parley's Universal BHistory
Andrews First book of Latin.
Famlliar Science by Patterson.
Arithmetics, Rays, Smith and others.
First Lesson in French, by Green
Splers and Surennes I rononuncing French and'
Etymlogigal and Techmobgicasl proouneing Di.c
tionary, language by Craig.
Readers, &c. ,&c.
And all kinds that are now in use.
FIN G U I T AR S forsale at
• . ST. JOHLN & GROVES'
PO1Ea % OLOYtOVE and Fencin oils for
sale at ST`. JOHN & Y E8.
Druggists Font Street Alexandria La,,. Dec--tf
$Of Lime, Soda, Petassa ad Ireo.
t Hypophosphites are comparatively a new
Sclass of SALTS, differing entirely from the
PpHOSPHATES, and all other comblnatgp 61
hspous. In a very short period of ti~ns ey
have obtained a high reputation as therapeutic
agents, in eases of incipient
IPTHISIS or CONSUMPTION,
W and many othgr affections.
We h a e a large consig¶ment of the abshove new
"nd valuable +
p to which we beg to otll the attention of partle
suffering from Pthisies Complaints of the Chast
ac., prepared by ,AMES i. NICEQOLAS,
ClaxWsr; 41 Tremoni Street,
- We have also the same-Syrup of each
r Salt, of our own preperation, which werkesepeon
Itantly ready for use. ST. JHN A GROVES.
IN Flasks, Quart and Pint bottles, for sale by
May 18 ST. JOlir & GROVES.
White Wash Brqlies
5some extra 'ae at Sr. Join & Gnoa'os.
-King's Effevescent- -
OITRATRE OF MA i sIlA.
RECEIV .-A large supply of the above,
tfrom lgasad, by
lJ n Bo BT. JOHIN 0 GROVES.
FIordo g Mosqui ies, est., at
A g eso Glovs's. '
. ...Window Glass .
Large ses,, ealeulated'for Picture Frames. Also
Enameled Glau,*t + eJ4ws & Gaovr's.
ladeofQucenswarv, Yelow ware4 and Glass. ir
SPsrERVING pRUIT, vEGATABLES, Ac.
a lsa, the Patent Presrvinag ,f qat and
h ng4 sT.nsq.Pr sori.'n.
1,0,000 Shingle foer
Alexad, April 6, 1859.-A O D
r NlGUORShoes, Kerseys, Lnseys$ tin Elsa
has, k.b, all soldat very low pete.. - 2
, sap S-tf AWIEIA31E.
OUR )OUSE4 " "
'RO t S.T i~~'T, LEX ANDRIA
HENRY KLOTZ, Manager and Agent. H
f[IS Bar will be furnished with the very
1 BEST LIQUORS thatcan be pro
cured in New Orleans. ,
A liberal share of patronage is solicited.
18 9S . " 189.
FaoNT STaIHT, ALEXANDRIA, LA.
T. H. 1CULBERSON, Agent,
WOULD respectfully inform the
IV citizens of Alexandria and vicinity, that he
has opened a new
and Billiard Saloon in the house lately occupied
by B. Winberg, where he will keep the best
--. qL. i u o * ar -
that can be purchased, always on hand, such as of
AD 0' 10V w,
And a superior brand of
- CIGA R S-
Comfortable Rooms fitted up for private parties.
By strict attention to business he hopes to
jnerit a share of public patroaage. jan19-ly
Groceries ! Groce 'ies !
Dried Apples and Peaches;
Irish Potatoes; a
Cheese ; p
* / -Mackerel in
Beef Tongues; tc
Lard ; a
and a great many other things, too tedious to'
mention-just received and for sale by
Dee 1st, 1858-tf S. W. HENARIE.
JUST RECEIVED AT o
S. W. HLENARIE'S&,
Front Street Alexandria, La. .
J U S T received a fine assortment of new,and ei
seasonable Goods, vi: a
American, English and French Calicoes; D'
Bleached and Brown Cotton; f1
Muslin ; q
Ladles Cloths, al
Goods for Boys, Girls and Children; ti
White Flaanels; a,
4, Ready made Clothing:
Also. a fine assortment of Saddles, allof which will B
be sold at extremely low prices for CASHI, or to
sep2-tf S. W. HENARIE.
(LD BOURBON, MONONGETIALA arnd
; common Whisky, also good common
Brandy, for sale by sep29 S. W. H.
A GIGN Y, OPE AND TW ,t
For sale by a T
sep29-tf S. W. HENARI |
(Lk OEBIE! ! !
SGENERAL Assortment of Family
kGroceriesj~t received and for sale
by S. W. HENARIE. :C
GRO COTTON made in Texas, the best article tj
ever seen in this market, at 12* cents, also 'a
fine lot of-Negro Shoes at $18 pedozen; and .
a general stock of Linseys and4 Kerseys, which will ti
Sbe sold at two per profit cent by 8, W. H.
CARPE TNG. --t n
A Large assortment of every quallty- -
.Brusmels Carpets, 81
at 1 25 per yard, and every other kind I
at proportionate prices.
oct 18-'88 8. W HBN'ARIE. a
- GROCERIES. d a
flORK, Bacon Sides Ham and Shoulders "
' Flour, Sgar, Coffee, c
B1 Soap Candles, Champagne Y
,lret, good and common Whiskey J
A lr and complete assortment .ot Tobacco, gs
Clgas, Sardines, Prunes, Baisins, Byass's Ale and k
Porterin quartsand pints -all of which will be ei
sold at fair, living prices, by S. W. HENARI . .
GBI&TEST INVEI4TION OF THE AGE I
IuWKL'B soEa BOILEa ALARM. * n
AJ Tn'IvNE ION-PAT'ENTED 1i68M o
TIrHO8E who use Steam Engines are respect- gi
I 1fJlly reluested to ceAll at the Machine Shop a
of Zyr & ChamberlAinr, and ezamine the re
above ALARM. We have been apipointed Agents a
for its.sale. d
ALSO feoi sale, abbit'. METAL, at 50 cents per I fi
Ipound, Waprrnned equal to any ever maed. '
Steam Vlay tesmsndAshorof's Steam Guages, lo
always on hed- '
ALSO, Rolle's latMTlWPS. g
March'-tf EYiYR' & CHAR~mERLAIN. "
T #EP* a F L WS, rfate of the Ice
I RHiiee Eotel, would relspectfully infortr the
be that he has leasedthe bildlng on Second
Ip the rear efthe Court Hbusesquare; lately
oeeopu4 byDr. G,.0W.- Lsney whet. he wimbe
pleaae,$o see his friends and customers.
STheipuse has been thei'ougly renovated, and.
willi opened for the rqeeption of boarders on or
abOm thefhst daysyfo1.bnr.y.. .. :.,.?,
He ret0ra his sincere mnk th n.wbo pa"
tronised him g libdraly while proprietorof th lee
lHouse HQtel; hoping, for a eontinuation oftie
srme in itue.-" feb 9-f.
" "NO OTICr!g
liHE U ISIGNES b t dealseno of re4pelng
his LARGE S TOOL ofO1)S, ts determined
Othe wo1e t. . Itw, who -. y
tiieir interest, weoald e4. Rto call emi ne
for theleves.i My steer tot hepleten4I
eaoaSll aSiUs OC*Irno
g odlswetae p sends
Goods Mlriha vpe aridind utD L .. 9
osminetoth3i,.psb leid . ..l :..At
e* atte1 nd to he bui dmgt repute
lug apd w of Saw Mils,
*,* 'clters ag gdose to ordee w4 * uh
t Itsr a oei the orner, hock of theaspipee
Froat Street, AIezaadrta .
HE UNDERSIGNEDi hving bought out the in
terest of S,. GILLESPIE, has removed his stock
of Goodfrom Second: Front Street, in the
house formerly occupied by
HETHERWICK &~ GILLESPIE.
where he has a fall aid complete assortment of
consisting in part of
English and American Prints; Jaconet, Swiss and
Orander Muslin ; Pribted Linen, Ginghame,
and EdgiAgs, Insertings,,jwiss and Jac
onet Bands; Collars, Gloves, Hosiery,
Bleached and Brown Cotton,
Irish Linens, Linen Drillings,
Cottonades, Stripped &
Plain Cotton, &c.
<- AL 8 O -
Boots, Shoes, Hats & CapsI
FOR t.MEN AND BOYS,
Spring and Smnmer
Clothing, loots and Shoes,
Silk, Cassim'., Panama and
Leghorn Hats; Ladies,' Asses" and
Childrens' Straw Goods; Saddlery, Hard
ware, Woodware, Queensware, and a variety
of other articles too tedious to enumerate, all of
which will be sold at LIVIN'G PRICES. Call
--and examine for yourselves.
March 2, 1859-1y I. C. HETHERWICK.
TO TAX PAYERS.
State and Parish Tamee! /
'THE UNDERSIGNED HAV
ing been qualified as Colleetor of
State and Parish Taxqs
for the year 1858-also State and Parish Licenses
for the year 1859, is now prepared to issue Lieasnes
to those who have not received them. I would
advise Traders and Pedlers to call at the'Merlf"s
Office where I can always be found. In defalt of
proenying Licenses, I shall in every instalce size
and sell property to satisfy the fla . All persons
indebted for State and Parish Taxes are req~dib l
to be prepared to pay the amounts due to my DLL
puties or myself, or I shall in everyinstance aseie
and sell property to pay and satisfy the irie.
SJAMES 0. WISE, Sunaavr,
And.Coy ector of. the Pariah of Rapides.
January 26, 18,59-tf
D E N T I S T 'RY
DR. P. M. LEE, (from the Bal
timore Dental Colleg,) aving per
manently located in A.exandrip, .la., respectfally
offers his Professional services to such if the citi
zens of Rapides and adjoining jarishes, 'a may
need the aid of a Dentist.
DR. LEE would say that he is prepared to exe
cute all operations embraced in the Dental Art, if
entrusted to his care, in the most skilful manner;
an;j having purchased the right to use Prof. Bla
D' s Patent Cheoplastic process for mounting arti.
ficial teethand used the same in his prattiee for
sotne time, with perfect success in every easerhe
unhesitatingly recommends it to all wh way re
quire Dental substitutes. This proce has many
advantages which cannot be attained' by any of
the old methods, while no other has any advan
tage over it; as to its strength, durability and
beauty, he c allenges for itsa comparison with any
lknown proce s for mounting artificial teeth.
.... Thos -preferring it, will be waited ipon at
.... Oflt and residence corner of Third and
Bayou Robert street, Marchi 28-1y
A Benevolent Institution establisaedby special Es
" dowment for the Relief of the Sick a-d Dis
tressed; a icted with Virulent sad
'p ie avy Dias area'. .
ITHE HOLWARD ASSOCIATION, iu view'of the
Sawfuldestruction of huntanjife, 6used by Sex
nal diseases, and the deceptions practicedupon
the unfortunate victims of such diseases by Quacks,
several years ago direated tleir Consulting-8uieon,
as a CHARITABLE ACT worthq of their name, is
open a Dispensary for the treatmenpt of this elams
of diseases,.in all their forms, and to give MEDI.
CAI &DVIUEBGRATS td' alt wh' ipply by ietter~
with a deeription of their opndition, (re ouplp
tion, babits oflife,&c.,) and iq ,aseae f extreme
poverty, to faranllh IIedki B ftur @1
charge. It is needless to add' hatthe Assool.
tion commands the highest $edieil skill ofthe age,
and will furnish the most approved modern treat
TheDirectors of the Assc|ation, in theirAnnual
Report upon the treatment of Sexual dlseaues, for
the year ending Janiary i881 ls, express the
highest satistfaction -i tha suocP~csts eh has
attended the labors of the Consulting Surgeon in,
the cure of Bpermatorrha, Seminal Weak
ness, Impotence, Gonorrea, Gleet, yppbfr, the
vice of Onanism or Self-abuse, &c., and order a
continuance of the same plan for the enuing.
y.The Directors, on a review :of the past, feel as
surei that their labors in this sphere of benevo
lent effort have been ofgreatbenedftothe duliotd,
especially to the young, and they have resolved to
devote themselves, with renewed seal, to this very
important and much d~espised ep.ise.
'An admirable report on Speriuaorrhma or Semi
ndl Weakness, the vice of Onanisa Masterbatide,
or St-abuse, and other diseases of the seiual ot,
gans, by the Consulting Surgeon, will be seht by
mail (in a sealed envelope) FREE 0W COARGOE n
receip of two stampa fotr pqutage. Other Sepor t
and Tracks on the nature aiMd .teatment eof senal
diseases, diet, &c., are constantly being published
for gratuitous distribution, and wrill be sent. to the
afliicted. Some of the new remedies ahd methods
of treatment discovered during.the lastear, are of
Address, for Report or treatment, r.-: EO(OR(i
R. CALHOUN, Consulting Surgeon, Howdt Asso -
ciatgqn, No.2 South Ninth street, Philadelphia, Ps.
,By order of the Directors.
EZRA D. HEAIRTWEIL,
Gao. FAirsCILDn; Secretary, ?.ae ,tds.
ROM and after this date, daily serse wrill be
Sdipqoatinued on Route 8290, from l Wilver
SLanding to Alexandria-a, d on BoUt 8202,
fromn Alexadria to Shrekeport.;
The New Orleans Mail l;rrive land le·ie.
Momday, ThuwsFrs and ngq4day.
°The hhreveport Wull.will a rive-
and leaves 1 .
' Meldl a, Tharsday sad Sateday.
ZNir ulil arri&vng or davung ea l raday, the
me will be closed on that day at i-ua*p.. tat
l. RI.BIOqATP.U, "
MLO , ANA-.BA Z I,
S. ND ---
SOntee Pdteet opposite-the Stebist aig. -"
f utheigiued seeps coususatly en head a
Sgeneral ,asmrtment of .
Shb ' Steamboats furnmished as tlb shortAt
- from share ftbe bi o pat a -
i St. AN0E, J e ther I Ct ANss
bpse, several vacant ho~e .a k **d4,
L oJ. IOun i hase the bonor t9 o eredia ae
rieesothe asnlie drior tiiolty. Te
al ThEipg shan 1tic
IRON W©.1K IUk .
WOULD respeotf lyinfonm, the iti of Al
enandria, and the Peris.h mv t bhe,
We purchased the Tin ShNp and ly .
longing to P. Rise, Esq., on Sad Satr 9 onde,w
below the so.le o1 the
where his propred t do ll work inhis lntie
the neatest possible manner, and 1ithidilpet,
He has sebrpd the servies pf experienceal iwrk
4men, who Will be found ready at all times to dW
any work called for.
.... Oderstrom the Country respeetfuly 1oliv
ted. Jan 26-17.
Watches 1W-- catiches I r
New SRha ldM Jewelry.
FANOY A STIOL Oi EVURY
undersigned has lat received from Newr
FYork a new and spitand ja4atest o.
I nl WELMZ
of every .desiptiou, nd is proepaed ig a
the loweat prices,any goopl 1,lb hs ia r b'.
Watche, of all -the b a
a ger Rings,
r aswell as el other kind. of
Gold Jiwelry, Silver Tea& t
r Plated Ware.
--o estir ram asermuur or
. Fancy Goods; Canes, &c,, k.c.
--Orderd for goBds will ritve prompa t
tention anda prompt reply.
Spectacles and EyF glases;
Ladies' Hed ie
Weddine and Presentation Fain;
ine G tars•, Violins,
T neg ccordeons$ , j Fluatindas,
lhich will be sold at a Boultf
or farch 84 York whchto KIY ?
f ~IoVing to Missouri last fall, l r '
Slag to leave Louisiana.
7TEMPY, his Cook, afer r.aebng k
esuedisitNid adn wiemd tore I
Wt ad ecordingly her master has e.. he itf
( She s ti. fly acelifated,. hatiag :eats , 1 s er
whoolifeinthis Plns h fsor bast a
. xceleat family G otr , s lte o beaVo
tibly, what t most rare, rti thy
UtIbPaging bone hera r r usoed to always
Iroeter die., lS ,.ee.; . ., a
Sletle house Lkeys in a's
aeo-eptanl ce, will be tah " en
Moeir, Nay 25O, "f •d 9•
mteyn towMisll our lasts or alel al ' 1
dAWY from the t Leos~iai - W
,t an elf, on . h nday ate May lth, two
le. ro. .
S erya by aoautb yed,. atin, it p iet
S ispoke in thinau, rsWr -
bcellea t fedile ayu t ,)"yhesa n rs.--d
Thiy, ht i mot ,- ret , ior e cs tri 3 .... 'wirt :
.n g.vingy Dollars erwar ui e thpi ,to i1
ovon Bayou slept, or lodneml htJail at any
CRapdev Pauashso that0 te. tem. B d
,InhPe . 1859.the -as in
hrcat Eastpel c Wat ity
e ara zoaell n b -k.-..:YuiJ_,s a .F., raw
IIA, .otii A i w1,, -
I" S " a n to n a"du1
". " . . es :c a nes yI . .s y
Cbeine..' . .
SoAls, conc w
y, ,..- - - -. + , : .d to
t aM:*e - th.r Maitbs
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a . rsat i thI s p teP w-1 lp i
to co e 9- 1 atbo
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