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Tu,'nd.yJN 'i'nurs!Jay. and Sat I;:. V
-TMI(tMS
Oaturd', ou) year. ........* - . - - .a
S ix li i tl ls ......................h!
i'"1ftý IIl()lltt)lN, ............... ...
ý:aturdaay , - - -· r
T awn and Farish NEWS.
°-- "------~.. - .....
-GOOD morning, Pre.~-itt G-o
ver Cleveland!
--COL. Wise will go to Wa. h
ington and see Presidentt Cleveland
imaugurated.
-Cor.. French, JS ,h Giroei
aid Capt. J. G. P. lio, were the
three happiest meno in 'lTo,'on o:
yesterday.
-Mas. M. L. -'it.h.Vill re.n.ve
her Millinery establish,,,erint to the
Irving building ,n the corlner of 2a
and D)eSoto streets, on the 15tth of
l)ecenmber.
-hAYDEN 1sn, taa, 'whlose stall
is at the Market house, deals in
pork, sausage, chic;ken, e"g._s and
steamboat supplies, all of whic lhe
sells at the lwlest prices.
-Gus. G4.1hr and A'rolphe PBaer
at Htyairns gr':lcery s:ore on Front
:'tr".t, are the dandy clerks of Al
('ad!ia. 1What they dent know
al,nt their liue! of hIi;ICness isn't
worth kn].owi n.-.
-THTr u:,.: a li\vly crowd at l
thm l( ,,'.n ,(helot on 'TlIrsda,
,.;.,, iw::itig" the news of Cle've
(e1',: c ection. uirt they were o,
It .e rig1t ,side and h;,d cIause to bIe
:itTpy -and they knew it too.
FoR RENt' FOR Tit: YEAR 1ý8.3. I
--The buildiig on lMurray street, in
I etweten Sero1nd and Tiiird, measut- 1t
,'i:lg 26ix40 feet, need as the T~',n s
Th~l/ priotiii oliee. I'Pssesion V
tgiven 1st .Jtlltuary. Apply to W. ch
C. AlcG,,.
-Twiu predicted cold wave re:tch
ed us on Thursday, and the temper- t.
atture changed greatly before night
fall. The frost 0on Weudnesday nig 1ht
was light and did very little harnm.
Yesterday morning the ground was (A
covered thick with frost, and the an'
morning was cold indeed. Some in
eay that we had a freeze. is
fill
--'I'TE Salt River picket is got- pet
tin'g ready to leave, and 'tis said sai,
she will take a good list of passen- in
gers from this place. Among their per
unotber will be several of the old cant
time radicals, who in days passed nor
were promised a trip up this turbid and
s:reamn. Iet thern go, say we, for pre
their presence is not needed here. . hiel
-Mrn. S. I. Williams died at a
his lhoe in the IHineston Ward of
this Parish, on Thursday evening. abo
IHe had been confined to his bed goil
1for twelve weeks with disease of titn
the 'lungs. The deceased was a -
Sgood man iand well liked. IIe was day
buried yesterday afternoon. We pres
tender his family our most sincere Mi.
sympathies. Mar
T
-Wtj.r the news came late Con
Thursday afternoo;, of Cleveland's j
certain election to the Presidency, man
ouir people here were joyful and an
happy. They seemed to be too the
happy to give utterance to their Pie
feelings and conserllentlr y remained Ijny,
quiet. Tw::s plain to he seen, how- n
ever, tha:t they were satisfied, as 1']
'ach iand every one congr'atulated vs. I
the other ou meetilng, a1ld spolke in Iacon:
tho nostt compillimnlltary tIannler of trial
the lmal who after March 4th is to wiS
rule and govern the pecle of the case
'-cited States. td,
4t
1%- 4
T THu ELECTiON IN OUR PARISH
Ran~~s in a Democratic 1Tajcrity
Id ?. d-: ' RepudtiatCs the Tat
t.3oed States
man.
S Ihe f'i tfowin,- is the official re
suilt of thio lctio,, in this Parish
'-.: , ~iopied by 'Ieturning O)licer
Gro (. A. Staples :
Cleveland. Blaine.
Al'r:::,nshia ........... 25 162
ash- l ltiI'c:: 's Prairie..... 39 6
land Rapidesl ............194, 117
Red Store........... 205 21
I>oldiud ............... l. ' 5
i .l,(rClneyvillho.........3313 61
Lthe ice . ............. 1904 5
t alhou: 's: ........ .. 41 61
,o: m e land.. ........ '. 7 . / 3 72
Ove t .................19 0
;.i:.viile .............78 32
ft 2i0'a olph's ...........20 11
2 1 'i'a,wa ...........102 * 45
"I.L.abft... ............... .2 41
li. I..land..........24 1
tail (lnm stump..... .... 7 16
i Union Church........... 19 0
nd. ) 1 ,,,............16 0
ii:t l. .. .65 20
e . r:s ..............12 0
- - t
1731 979.
. C'leveland's maority, 752
l- Congressman Blauchard's major-.1
ity over Slattery in this Parish will
ireach 1300 at least.
Stock well, the prohibitionist can
lidate for Congress received only a
a't'ew votes.
I t
"1 We clip the fo!!owing notice
1e from the columns of one of our ex
changes in reference to the li
3 a. Ion-ett show, which will exhibit C
et, in Alexandria, Thursday, Novem
SIer 20th,: "'Undoth!tedly the finest
rn show that ever exhibited under can
,n vas in tlhip city visited us Wednes- (
V. hiy last and gave two unparallel- M
od performances. Everything was G
e- w, sparkling and vivacious, con
tras:ing so much with the one re
i, ontly here that the people were ju
bilan:t with excitement and joy.
t ''le stock was the finest we have
ever seen with a traveling circus,
and it is irnpossible to exaggerate nit
in speaking of its merits, in so lar ihe
as their claims extend, for they fuil- seL
fill every promise made on their pa- foi
per, which is more than can be He
tl said of any circus company visit
ing the South since the war. The -
1 performance throughout is as fine as
I could be wished, the clowns (ten in
I numler are very funny, And each
I and employe does his part with the 8
r precision of a well-disciplined sol- T
I u@
dier; and every patron is treated as
a . gentleman among getitlermon."
Such a hearty endorsemeno t us the
above leads.us to infer that we are SI
Igoing to have a good show this
tune. *
--I)rsTutrCT Court met on Mon-. Co
day, Ilis Io(nor, Judge Blackman,
presiding. The case of Mrs. Mary
. Wailker vs. Mrs. Margaret D.
Marshall was'continued.
. Tuesday being election day no Cora
Court was held.
Wednesday both Judges Black
man and Overton were in attend- fir g
anece. The latter presidedl during teu
the trial of the case of Jno. W. p
Prescott vs. B. Cooper, tried by
jury, which commenced Wednesday
and was still going on yesterday. ..
O Tlhursday the case of the State chus
vs. Dora and Felton MceNorwood,
accnsed of larceny, was cilled, and Ae
trial entered into and the accused Pi
was acquitted.
State vs. Robinson, colored, ac
cuased of larceny, was tried by jury J
ahd convicted. this
CS1 (co11 utUED FROM 'IRSZT PAGE
that for six months he had paid $1
rity in excess of what others were. pay
it;g.
On notion Councilmen Peter
rat-. ian and Rosenthal were appoillted
a committee tci examine the Sulli
van wharf, have the sanme repaired
as per rugreemerut of this Council at
a former nmeetilig, snperintend the
'e- work, receive the same wlren conm
sh pleted and matke report at next
cer, meetini of thi5s B;uarrd. t'ucil
mno M3cGinnis was added to the
coimi tti tae.
Mr. Jobn J. Fergaon Foereman
of Paciiff Fire Co., was anthorized
and requested to answer the conmnu
21 cation from the SilsbI, Steam Eu
giue Co., asking why the third note
61 due since Aprii Ist had not been
paid ,by the City, and give as the
Ireason the late high water having
7 exhausted whait means were at the
'5 disposal of this Board.
` There heiug no other business
32 l)mitt.ed, on motion the Board ad
11 ourned to meet in regular monthly
se.sion on Monday, Dec. 3d, at 4
' o'clock P. M.
N. L. McGINNIS,
1A. B. RAacuAL, Acting Mayor.
I1 Secretary.
o Fon SALE.--The following law
SbI!ooks: Ray's Civil Code and Code
of Practice; Pothier on Obliga
tions, 2 vols; Greenleaf en Evi
79. dence, vol. 2d ; Domat's Civil Law,
vol. 2l1; Voorhie's Criminal Juris
, prudence; lIenncns Digest, 2 vols;
ill Walker's Digest; Story on Promis
sory Notes; Story on Equity; Sto
n- rey on Contracts; Chitty on Bills;
a Acts Louisiana Legislature (bound)
1853 18, 1 1854, 185 1, 1856, 1858, 1860,
Ps 1861. Cheap for cash. Apply at
this office.
px. Alexandria Cotton Report.
lit Corrected Tri-weckly by Dan Hiller.
m- ALEXANDRIA LA.,
ret Nov. 3, '84..
In- Ordinary,..... ............. 7
Good Ordinary, .............. 8
Low Middling, ...........
.d- MIid lin......... 8
'as Good Middlug, .............
11 Market strpiug and firm.
r- NOTICE.
v. Loy)'rs, LA.,
ye Oct. 2, 1884.
Is, In accordance with the require
te ments of the. Board of Pardon, I
ar hereby give notice that I will pre
1. sent to the Governor of Louisiana
a. for the pardon of my busbtand,
;e Henry Brown.
HETTIE BROWN.
I MARRIAGE GUIDE
2s0 Pages. Inletratedhtlothmidglitbfadlan
II moe orJoo.taO e sae. Paler cu.vri .e. This ook
cao-tawsfl a hthe rous, daobtulr or uglsltdvewnt: to
ee mne to . Fwodero,t ran ro"ra
.,•,. .,,,, f. e pamphnet tree
J. . GOU6LDN,
SIGN and ORNAMIENTAL
SliOP .%,N OlI I'Fc,
Cor. Front and Jackson Sts.
ALEXANDRIA.
A. RACHAL,
SUREON DpETIST
Corner Fourth and Madison Ste.,
ALEXANDRIA. , U
Teeth extracted witllut pain. Ar
tificiat tlrth made to ort'er. anld a
fit gtvl'!irntIted. Work at New Or- .1
leans pri-e',s FOR CASH ONLY. ,f
rj 'WELVE or FIFTEEN HUN.
I dred neprs.of Iind in qnnntutitia
.f torty (4t)) or mnore, to suit )pur
hiasers. Apply Vty
C. A. HOOPER,
Aerett for Dr. Casson and u ife,
Pitne-vi.l. Ln.
Dec. 12, 1883-Ir.
1OB PRINTING OF -EVERRY
e description neatly exeeuted at
this ofice. . "
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Watchnaakers ands JeweiG
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AtGi \1 FOR
En;DOXSEll B? tETTERA1~iD R. L: RGS[BRUtJGH SON }
SCIIE iTISTS AS CIIXAPER T F Iine Italiaui and American
FUCTICMY t -3
L~rmd~I 2~IL JTEPHEN8'
Overuiu Price List A o
islng Circulars., Gnia gtsFr All KI4Et V5
SMachinery,
Sat and Gist Mills, Gins, Pi
,'liho llau(,oak Inspiratory
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1, COMMISSION
MERIJHANTS
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DEALERS INN `
SLIME, CEMENT,
COAL, COAL '. OATS, HAY AND
i t, il inW; Ahf'L"l'ic.s inn
p uce; 11141 will ai
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clbiei Cit.,, Meauuh, : i .
JOB PRINTING
OF EVERY DlS(c:lP'TlON Al'
Th'ITS OFB'WE.
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riey tat'e i11,i u ti t sil *0J1:
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