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vilson 2I
.(;,ý,lrl ,.WING ACE,.,NES.
O. P. C. I.
LOOK IIHERE!
Mrs, SARAlI MAYER,
Front St,
SWOULD Rl;SPECTFULLY IN
form h e r ctistonimrs and t h e
public generally, that her husband,
MOSES MAYER, a
has just returned from New Orleans
with a largo and well se
lected stock of
RiADl IfMAll CLOTTIN,
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
SADDLERY,
IIARDWARE.
CROCKERY
Boots, Shoes and Fats,
W7 The highest CASII PRICE PAID
for COTTON, WOOL and
II111ES.
The largest and best stock of FLOUR
that has Seei brought to
i x;Ienr ci ifl this
A fine
Sjut rturaned fromplet Orlens
l etort d ,nt ck ofth best
LADIY RDOES- CIIEP for CATHINI.
UBSCERIBE,
FOR THIE
DEMCOCKERAT
LeBoots, Shoes apold Gehr,
SThUNDER TIihe TOWN HALID
fr CALEXANDRIA, LA. nt
T FAMILY Gret nd Ist stock of RI !
LADFINE WINES.-CIE fr CI.
FQOR TILE and
F DEONC RANDY.
Leopolnd FGI'TS of every
SAGEOD ST.
AL FURNII AN, L T.
ASH FIGI IRES.
Iterms apply to
.and . Iriz , .S.of ry.
J. LEVIN, Nm
Chl
FINI
FAILY GEERIE
-and -
CONFECTIOEPRIES
SSAM E, 10 Il. I,_
1HO
SECOND ST., t
SPI
We
C8,
Inca
etc.
AL EA Y N IDR IA and
rab
:t tl
the
C - dal
SSAM'S the
tai
I I 'Y
- and - liai
B A.ER R-OO ti t
op
CORNER OF CCe
SECOND 4 DE SOTO STS.
ALEXANDRIA. 41
Y TIIIS IS TO INFORM MY FRIENDS
I and the public generally, that I haye
S. op ned, on DeSoto street, a FIRST-CLASS
BOARDING HOUSE,
[D where board ca. be had by the DAY,
WEEK or MONTH. on the MOST YEA
SONAllLE 'I'E1:BMS. MEALS served at T1
all hors of the ])AY or NIGHT. j
E' Attached to the loardling 1Houne, is
a BAR BOOM, where the choicest
R WINES,. LIQUORS and CIGARS !
cn11 ALWAYS ,He fonnd.
.ir Don't lorget JACK, at SAM'S old
Stand.
March 1-ly. SAM FELLOWS.
II.
OB PRINTING
NEATLY DONE
AT THIlS OFFICE
ON MOST REASONABLE TERMS.
iT
R. HIIARDTNER, I
and
8 HI O I E 13V IAZMrE."',
LEVIN'S ROW,
J 5te ;1tZ4 .2T 7., A l AJ IAl dJ.N'_g A
Sstock of Fineo K
Calf Skin and
Morocco al
ways on hand. REPAIRING DONE
WITII NEATNESS and DISPATCH-
CIIEAP FORl CAStI
DEALER IN
. DRY GOODS
AND
sFAIILY GROCERIES!!
1 ardcware
and
SCr oo. eorv
Corner of Second and Murray St1
ALEXANDRIA.,
i Ioses Rtosenthal
DEALAR IN
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
IT HOSIERY,
T HAFRDW ARE, CUTLERY, ETC,,
MWD FRONT ST.,I
A7 8. PIXCITS' OLD STAND,
t. ALEXANDRIA, LA.
M11 'EIL L NEOUIS.
ii'. B.IEYR E.
Second St,
UNDERI T ii.; TOWN HALL.
- DI;AL'R: IN
Choice Family Groceries
FINE \VINE,
LIQUOIiS and
FRENCH BRANDY.
PDI E ED uBII~I WIIiKEY
i 'CONFECTIONERIES, CANDIES
and IFUITS of every
kind.
Western & Country Produce
FINE
- SMO9,KIN & CHEWING
TOBACCO
-and
Havana Cigars,
n I A.N HOOD!
IIOW LOST - HOW RESTORED!
JUST PUBLISH
' ed, a new edition
of I)R. CULVER
WELL'S CELEBRATED ESSAY on
the radical cure (without medicine) of
SPERMATORRH{(EA or S e m i n a
Weakness, Involuntary Seminal Loss
es, IMPOTENCY, Mental and Physical
Incapacity, Impediments to Marriage,
etc., also CONSUMPTION, EPILEPSY
S and FITS, induced by self-indulgence
or sexual extiavagance, &c.
Ira Price, in a sealed envelope, only
six cents.
The celebrated author, in this admi- L
rable Essay, clearly demonstrates, from n
a thirty years' successful practice, that
the alarming consequences of self-abuse
may be radically cured n ithout the
dangerous use of internal medicine or
the application of the knife; pointing
out a mode of cure at once simple, cer
- tain, and effectual, by means of which
every sufferer, no matter what his con
dition may be, may cure himself cheap
ly, privately, and radically.
~a This lecture should be in the
hands of every youth and every man in
- the land.
Sent under a seal, in a plain envel
ope, to any address, post-paid, on re
ceipt of six cents or two post stamps. 0
Address the Publishers,
F. BRUGMAN & SON,
41 Ann St., New York; Post Office
Box, 4586.
DSDO YOU WANT
1,"e
SS -TO DO ANY
E,PAINTING?
--IF SO
at !j1T ClN EIIS Y I! IAD IT!
RlEADY MIXED PAINTS
old In 1 pound cans, all ready
. for use.
BLACK,
I"IITE,
SLATE,
.DRAB,
CE RED.
FOR SALE BY
HENRY ST. JOHN.
I, DXTEII Sll ISTAIID
AUGUST HANLE. MAURICE HEYMAN
HiANLE & HEYMAN
l o. 112 Baronne St.,
NEW ORLEANS
SE IKEEP CONSTANTLY ON IHAND
)NE good work HIorses and Mules; also
FINE MILCII COWS.
H-
-I E UNDJ)ERSIGNED HAVING
L _ rented the PASTURE
formerly kept by Mr. Ja-
Scob Irving, on the Bayou
Robert Road, adjoining tile Corpora
tion line, respectfully informs those
interested that hIe is prepared to pas
S tuIre COWS, HORSES and STOCK OF
ALL DESCRIPTIONS by the Month.
TERMS:
ONE DOLLAR PER MONTHI for
-grown cattle and Fifty Cents foryearl
ings, PAYABLE MONTHLY. For
Pasturage apply at the TOLL GATE.
"IST. BE.
EVERY POSSIBLE CARE AND
attention will be paid to stock put
in the Pasture, but I will not be res
ponsible for them beyond that care and
attention. HENRY JONES.
April 12, 1876.
ESt. . V-ALLERY,
GENERAL
C OLLECTOP- 3
al ALEXANDRIA, LA.
DAILY REPORTS MADE WHEN RE
quired. Returns as soon as col
[ES, ected.
EOR ILXRENT!
To., 800O ACRES OF
" ih - -la nd adjoin.
ing the Town of Alex
andlria. Renters can have it in suel
iND, quantities as they need. For terms
a pplly to A.W. 3cLAURINE.
Oct. 18, 1S76-3m.
JOB PRINTING.
S2 Mrf
II
-oF
and
SHO
HAT
EVERY DESCRIPTION Also
In f.
C
Aft
-SUCH AS
I
- LAWYER*' BRIEFS, GI
,e FUNERAL 0 APDS,
is
in
11
1
s. IROULARS, D
cO BILL READS,
I CAFI R , &TI,
11 S
iS gEXECUTED KITH
D1\ME A ESS i DISPKH A
1
YIOsT InASONAR1L TJRM81 ,
pan
inth. - -
TE.
Mrs, E. S, lBelierwick. P.
FRONT 1
THIS OLD AND WELLESTAB
lished firm, is still under full hwi- Ul
ness trim, under the special charge and
mlanagelntcL of
2E. C. U' ,II
and contiues to expose for sale every
thing in the line of
GOd1 YIU GAIEIS Ai'
SHOES, BOOTS,
HATS, CAPS, ,
SLIPPERS,
HARDWARE,
SADDLERY,
HARNESS,
Also a complete stock of (ent's, Ladies
and Children's
In fact a complete and well-shelved es
tablishment, where any and all
things can be bought
cheap for
C A.Si ONLY t aL o
A full, complet, and carefully selected C
stock just received and opened GO
for Spring and Summer
trade. The only
STOCK OF
XET .A £D TAL .teaIT.
in all its
branches in the
town of Alexandria. P
Every one calling can be
suited and turned off pleased.
GIVE US A CASH CALL AT ONCE.
HENRY HEYIVIAN, i
- LEE ST. -
NEAR BAPTIST CHIURCIH.
WEQO3A"..u & RýETAIa
-DEALER IN- LI
Dry Goods and Groceries
GENTLEMIEN'S Ja
'BOOTS, lir
SIIOES, cad
IIATS, lin
WOOD and i
TINWARE
Special JUNK Store ! ,
SOLD IRON,
COPPER,
BRASS, . h
HIDES, ti
HORNS, 'i
BONES
BEESWAX, TALLOW and-WOOL!
S AND ALL KINDS OF
COUNTRY PRODUCE!
BOUGHIIT
CHEAP CASH STORE !
MICHAEL LEGRAS,
FRONT ST.,
OPPOSITE THE TOWN WHIARF
TTAS JUST OPENED, AND OF- I
l fers to all alike at the cheapest
CASII RATES, a complete and well
selected stock of Merehandize, suita
ble for Town and country consumers.
DB_2Y G-OODS !
of all kinds, shades and textures.
FAMIILY GROCURIES
BACON, HAMS,
SUGAR, COFFEE,
TEA, CHIEESE,
LARD and BiUTTER.
PICKLES, JELLIES and JAMS.
and
croolk.ery
WZL~LOW & TIN WARE.
In-fine this establishment aims to suit
and please all, and will keep every
article appertaining to a first class
Store.
I TERMS :-Very CHEAP, but
E strictly for CASH ! !
DR. A. COULTER & CO., CM03I
pound Cathartic Candy. A Veg
etable substitute for Calomel, Pills,
Castor Oil, Salts, &c, purely vegetable.
It is a delicious candy and useful med
icine. For further particulars apply
to the Agent, W. M. LEGRAS, Corner
Lee & Fourth Ste., Alexandria, La.
G. W. LANEY,
DENTIST.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE
SECOD, 09 0RNER OF FISH SS.,
ALEXANDRIA, LA.
IISGCELLA8NEOUS.
PiE. OSWALD
Between 31tUMiAY and JOIINSTUN. >
Old stand of Jas, W. Osborn,
W1HOLESALE and RETAL
DEALER IN
DRY GOODS ChiE
- and -. E`
are O
FIllY GROCERIES oth
-also --. THE -
tTIlN SDIFIi S I' vtr
Wines
and Liges 40o(
nors - home on he
made and ingpor
ted; THardware, Tin
ware, Crockeryware and
Qneensware. TOBACCO of sOU'
all kinds and grades. hlats, Bots WAl1
Shoes, Slippers. IHosiery, a complet price
assortment. Gents' FurnishingGloods, etc. FUR1
CROP ADVANCES1 rot
made to good and working men. BAG
GING and TIES. F r Cotton, Hides, r i
Wax, Tallow, Peltries-oIld iron,
copper and brass purchased at
IIIGHESTrnarketRATES
and for CASH. lie
keeps a full and
well selected re
stock for h o s
the
Planter, Farmer, Laborer /J
- and -
-CHEAP FOR CASH I
CEXC LSIOR'
N. L. McGINMS, - - Proprietor,;'
LIVERY. SALE& STAGE STABLEa
JacKso', between 2d and 3d Sts.
ORSES, BUGGCES, rIACIKS ANT)
.Iartless al ways o1 hand for sale or 1
hire at reaol:,able rates. horses board
ed per mouth, day or l single feed,, A
line of Hacks leave the above stabl on
thTrEShDAYS, T I'R DAYS and SAT
SURDAYS for Red River Landing, viae
,OLECO1NT,
LOXYAND'S BRIA lGE.
C(iiENEYVILLE, CEl
BUl ('IE 'TON PRT'
Morenuville aid imnsl''rt, naking C
eliose" (cot tiw.' 1 : }ilit e th1 Nail st':'mer's
h. E. LEIS , FiALE K I ARGOUD and
N.\TC EI Z.* ) a111 down.
A ((1(1 I ortil lie ak, pair of horses sit
and careful driv-i e always ready at the ch
abor~P atale to convey paidoll to the
So1]ph ur Spriiugs, 1l'trrisonbiurg, X.t- CC
chiiclicEs, Many, Klts1le or whlrevAer
they wish to go, al1 at rates to sit thce
tinSlED. 1 CUAR ,UE S.ATIFAC
TION. N. L. McGINNIS,
ES May 5-ly. ' Proprietor.
ECLIPrSE STABLET! L
p' Ipr
NELS. TAYLOR, - - - Proprietor
COXINER O A
THIRD and I)ESOTO) STREETS,
ALEXANDRIA, LA.
. -
C ARRIAGES, rd t
5 UIORSESTO LET.
HORSES KEPT by the lAY, WEEK, 1O1NTE
The STABLE is the LARGETST anU
RF M1OST COMFORTABLE
in the STATE.
IPParticnlnr attention poai i to D
OF- HORLSES left on KEEP, or for SALE.
pest G
rell e
ita
r. To Drovers!T
3 I SPLENDID IULLE PENS
Will rent STALLS
Sby DAY or WEEK
HORSES, CARRIAGES, BUGGIES
rER. h HARNESS
M1S. / )ALY 1 on lIAN POHA FR SALE
suit M
oery dersigned is
blt now fully pre
pared to saw
Veg- and deliver the BEST OF LUMBER,
Pills,
table. in any quantities and with dispatch.
med
apply His facilities for filling bills are unsur
orner
ia. passed, and he solicits a share of the
public patronage.
TEliS MrODERA'PE AND CASH.
Orders left with WMI. TIUSTMIYRE,
Alexandria, or G.1 . BOLTON, Pine
sSS ville, will meet with prompt ATTEN
)TION. i
JOS. BOUILLOTTE.
I- ' IM- P ' I
-WIT"-
Chilled Iron tire P
E XCELS AL 7 OTHER COO
L- stoves now in t h e market.
C('ILLED) IRON FIRIE PLATES w
are OLY used in BUCK'S BRILLI
will last tt l h vr- live times longer'
any ordinary -ast irtm plates used in
other stoves. Ie sure and buy nonee
THE -*fPROVED BUCK'S BILLIA
Every BRIlLIANT stove is guarantei
give entire SATI'FACTIQN o"
the MONE1Y returned.
on full.
$000 tooIing and lieathk-§ý
on hand, which will be sold at MD3
turers' Prices.
,I LARGEST FACTORY IIN TN
SOUTH $fPLAIN and JAPANNED
WARE-5-sld below St. Louis or New
prices. Dealer in all kinds of 10
FURNISHING GOODS at wholesale
rot -
vto. 49 CAMP ST.,
NEW ORLE
r1Sole agent for the RINGFr  AS
ING MACHINE.
J. A. LUM & CO,
Manufacturers and Dealers in:
Carriages and, Harpe
A A LA RCE ASSORTMENT' 0T .
CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES. ,
& BOYS' VELOC
IPEDES
AL TWA YS ONA H11 JA ,
OPPltIE ST. CHARLES ifiTE
NEW ORHLEANS.
J.. A. LLT. N. ALBERT I1OO1K
(A W ffal 5 MIl
NEW ORLEANS.
CIIHA. G. JOHNSON, C. B. CHURCH
I 1roprietor. . . Manager.
(" iCONSIUJL.lING , ILNG INEFk.TI
nd T7ILL FUIhNIHi ESTI'MATERIf
Y l'anH , and contrac.t fr the.
.es istrhtin:u andi e-rcwtioni , all kinds of
he chinery. Manufa.turers of . . . -·
t- COTT'ON PRl'SES and COTTON G
he MAXUFACTUREIRS' AG ENT lrFO ;
SBlalc's Stuam Pumps, "" -.
Baxter's Portable Steam Fngines,
. Shaple3ty telam Ehgin
Straub's Corm alnd Wheat Mills, '
N. Y. Rubber Co. Belting.
liose and Packe
A large stock alwayson hand, whic
will supply to theotintado at manufactit
prices. Also agents t for
or READING 1iRON WORKS, .
A full supply ot their Pipes and Bom
S, Tubes in Stoir r.
Dealers in P'IPE FI' TINGS,. BRA
GOO])S, MACIIINI,'T 'S and'l1: '
GINEEWR'S SUPPLIES. -
g- Segnd Loor IlltfRtrated Catalou~
Price List,.
sT. trnWrffrgfis ";
* AGENT1ORTHE .T
rnB DINOINNATI TYPE FOU1~
. CINCINNATI; OHIO,. -
AGENT FOR
to Douglas' Oelbrated Book, Job & Ne
LE. Printing Inks,
Guaranteed to be superior to any oth
Ink made, and sold at the .i
same price.
Office-No, 12 Oommercial P
VS NEW ORLEANS.
MISCELLTANEOUS.
SES
;lES ILLINERRl l
" Mrs. A. C. STANLE
T AVING PURCHASED THE M
1. linery Store of the late Mr..
Sullivan, Aituated on
UN- SECOND, corner of JOHNSTON
Sirespectfully inform the public and4
trons of the establishment thaftb
pre- will continue to.carry it on in the
style andti line of business. They
saw already replenished thile stock ofg
and materials, and continue to
SLADIES FASHIONABLE DRESS G
atcl. OF ALL STYLES.
RIBBONS,
usur- LACES,
TULLES,
f the DENTEL
EMBROIDERIES, -
BONNETS. -
SIIOES, El
ASH.
In fact overything kept in a first-e
YRE, Fashionable Ladies' Furnishing Bt
Pine- TERMS MODERATE AND O'
TEN
$I2 A DAY AT HOME. AGEN
l &wanted. Outfit and te.
TE. free.i TRIll' & CO., Augusta, a$

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