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Loulslana Democrat.
WEEKLY.
Qficial Joulrnal of the Town.
OFFICIAL JOURNA4L of the DEMO
CRATIC PARTY OF
RA 1'I )DES.
Our Agents.
Thomas McIntyre...........New Orleans
Danchy & Co..........New York City
George P. Rowell & Co... "
Nelson Chesman & Co......St. Louis, Mo
Edwin Alden .................Cincinnati
N. W. Ayer & Son ..........Philadelphia
In slumbers of miduightithe sailor boy
lay,
His hammock swung loose at the sport of
the wind;
He sprang to his feet with a cry of af
i fright,
My "Certain;Chill Cure" I, have left it
behind.
tl For sale by Jacob Geiger, Eagle
Drug Store.
¾`--During the past week some fifteen
wagons have passed through town,
containing in all about seventy-five
souls. They were bound for Rap
ides, Jackson and Sabine parishes,
from Mississippi. They seemed to be
enjoying life very well. - [Trinity
Herald.
bargains. A full Henrietta now only
35 cents a yard, worth 60 cents. A
good cashmere 15 cents, worth double.
A fine cashmere at 35 cents, worth 75
cer s. Bavarian and Sicilian only 10
cents a yard-sold only by Bauer &
Weil, Front street.
-Bishop Keener, of the Methodist
church, has asked his preachers not to
brag about their holiness. He says:
Don't tell people you've got the per
fect saving grace of God. If you tell
of it they will doubt your having it.
When yi huve it you will know it,
. and othcy will know it without your
sting oft."
-Mrs. Jefferson Davis has stated
in a recent letter to Mayor Elyson, of
Richmond, Va, that the selection of
a final resting place for her distin
guished husband will not be made for
a year. A number of Stateclaim the
honor, and it 'will not be possible to
saach a decision in the matter without
ample time for deliberation.--[Ex
change.
Nc-·--- ** 1c- - -
--Stonewall Jackson, said to be
the last Confederate war horse, died
at the farm of Col. R. T. Craighill,
near Lynchburg, Va., at a rocent date.
"Jack," as he was generally called,
was 33 years of ago, and carried the
marks of three wounds received in
battle. An appropriate monument
will be erected to his memory.-[Lon
isiana Review.
S -Mr. Jas. Lambert; of New Bruns
wick, Illinois, says: "I was badly af
flicted with rheumatism in the hips
and legs, when I bought a bottle of
Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It cured
me in three days. I am all right to
day and would insist on every one,
who'afifieted with that terrible dis
ease to use Chamberlain's Pain Balm
and get well at once." For sale by
E. J. Sullivan.
-The States has been favored with
one of the invitations to the ball of
his Majesty Rex, which nave just been
issued. The invitations are printed in
colors on handsome card board, in the
shape of a crown. The design is elab
orate and handsome, and on each of
the fine panels is an illustration, fur
nishing an idea of the subjects to be
presented. Judging from this invita
tion, Rex will make the grandest dis
la ever known this year.-[New
Orleans States.
--The following complimentary
mention of Bishop Galleher's sermon
t Grace church, Lake Providence,
delivered on the occasion of his visit
to that place last week, we find in the
East Carroll Democrat, Our people
here will read it with great pleasure:
Bishop Gallehor's sermon was one
of those terse, aggressive discourses
that compel the attention of-the most
thoughtless and indifferent hearers.
It was impossible to withdraw one's
attention from what he was saying, for
in earnest and incisive tones he would
every moment or two ring in our ears
S tile question, '"What think ve of
Christ "P' His portrait of the Godl-man
was truly sublime in its eatnest elo
quence. For forty minutes he kept
tile congregation wrapt in wonderment,
as scene after scene in the lifo of the
Nazarene was presented to their men
tal vision, ann as he approached near
Vad nearer the portals of light
er the Master had gone, his lan
gu., seemed to be imbued with the
of the'surroundings, as in trem
ulous tones he closed with the inquiry,
"Nows-what think yepof Christ?"
McEfree's Wine of Cardul
THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGHT are
sle by the following merchants n
pides Pariph:
Geig.. .............Alexandria
. . . . ..........Pineville
.... .........Boyce
RED RIVER & COAST LINE VS.
T. & P. RAILWAY.
Of late a sort of war has been wag
ing between the Red River & Coast
Line on the one part, and the Texas
and Pacific Railway Co. on the other,
all of which was in reference to the
line of boats put in Red river by the
Texas and Pacific Railway Co., viz:
the Saterlee and E. .B. Wheelock
that ply between Shreveport and this
point. Both sides are "kicking" at
the actions of the other;-bad blood
seems to have arisen between the two,
and as to who is right we cannot say.
The Times-Democrat of Sunday con
tains lengthy interviews from Captain
Charles W. Drown, representing the
Red River & Coast Line, and Captain
John A. Grant, representing the Tex
as and Pacific Railway Co.
To read the statement of one makes
it plain that the other is right; to read
the reasons put forth by the other
makes it clearer still. The matter is
in reference to the freight rates charg
ed in this the Red river trade, and is
pertinent to our people hereabouts.
We look at the matter in this wise:
we think a misunderstanding has ta
ken place between the two parties
one which could and ought to be ami
cably settled, and that, too, to the
best intererts of all concerned.
We are not inclined to censure ei
ther party for the reason that we be
lieve both thought they were acting
honestly in the matter.
Captain Drown's statement on the
subject is clear, and knowing him as
well as we do, we would not dare say
aught against him and his Company.
Of the Railroad side Capt. Grant
says the boats, Satterlee and Whee
lock, have come to stay and will not
sell out or withdraw.
Thus it seems a dead line has been
drawn; one or the other side is sure to
be wrong; one or the other side will
go under in the struggle.
That the boats of the Railroad
should remain in the trade we all here
are of one opinion. They are feeders,
so to speak, to our Cotton Compress,
and bring here many a bale of the
fleecy staple that might be taken to
other markets.
SPECIAL NOTICE' - For sale or
rent: The Crouch plantation on Ba
you Boueff, near Loyd's Bridge, con
taining about 700 acres of land, with
good cabins and outhouses. Will be
sold cheap-or rented for a term of
one or more years, on most reasonable
terms. Possession given at once.
Apply to MRS. SARAH GEHR,
or BAUER & WEIL,
Alexandria, La.
An Old Man Fatally Shot.
An Alexandria special, of date the
4th inst., to the Tinmes-Democrat, says:
From reliable information the Times
Democrat correspondent learned this
morning of a shooting at Big Creek,
in Grant Parish, on Saturday last.
James Arrington, who was shot, is an
old man of seventy-four years, per
fectly harmless, and at the time of his
being assaulted was in his own house,
together with his daughters. A dance
or sociable, had been given the night
previous at Arrington's son's house,
and where a fuss had taken place, the
participants in the affair being John
and Joseph T''albert and Irvine Wain
wright, who had tried to raise a row
with old man Arrington's son. This
was prevented, however, and the next
morning these same three parties tried
to renew the difficulty and went to
old man Arrington's house and there
shot him in the right side with a pis
tol. Wainwright has been arrested
anld is in jail. The two Talberts are
still at large, though a posse is after
them. Old man Arrington is not ex
pected to live.
Another account of the difficulty is
as follows which we clip from the Col
fax Chronicle of Saturday:
Irving Wainwright has been arres
ted and placed in jail, charged with
shooting and wounding Mr. Arring
ton, of Big Creek, on last Saturday
morning. At the time of the shooting
young Wainwright was in company
with the two Talbort boys, who have
so far escaped arrest. It is not known
who did the shooting. The trouble
originated the night before with a son
of Mr. Arrington, and the old man is
said to have been trying to prevent
trouble between the young men at the
time he was shot. Hlis wound is not
thought to be fatal, though very
severe.
-Blankets at a sacrifice.
Cheaper
Than ever dreamed of.
Bauer & Well
Will sell them
At so low a figure
That you will be
Astonished.
Go and see theorn
At once.
-We see by the Shreveport papers
of Sunday that Miss Nina Seay,
daughter of the late Judge Wmn. A.
Seay, and who, we think, was born in
Alexandria, is to appear at a grand
concert at the opera house in that city
on Thursday, the 9th inst., (to-mor
row evening) in a whistling solo, in
which role she is said to be first-class,
having bIefore received the highesr en
comiums of the press of that city.
-Go to Bauer & Weil for genuine
bargains.
\a
Pimples, Sores, Aches and Pains
When a hundred bottles of Sarsa
parilla or other pretentious specifics
fail to eradicate in-born scrofula or
contagious blood poison, remember
that B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm)
has gained many thousand victories,
in as many seemingly incurable in
stances. Send to the Blood Balm Co.
Atlanta, Ga., for "Book of Wonders"
and be convinced. It is the only true
blood purifier.
G. W. Messer, Howell's X Roads,
Ga., writes: "I was afflicted nine
years with sores. All the medicine I
could take did me no goed. I then
tried B. B. B., and eight bottles cured
me sound."
Mrs. S. M. Wilson, Round Moun
tain, Texas, writes: "A lady friend of
mine was troubled with bumps and
pimples on her face and neck. She
took three bottles of B. B. B., and her
skin got soft and smooth, pimples dis
appeared, and her health improved
greatly."
James L. Bosworth, Atlanta, Ga.,
writes: "Some years ago I contracted
blood poison I had no appetite, my
digestion was ruined, rheumatism drew
up my limbs so I could hardly walk,
my throat was cauterized five times.
Hot Springs gave me no benefit, and
my life was one of torture until I gave
B. B. B. a trial, and, surprising as it
may seem, the use of five bottles en
tirely cured me."
-The committee appointed to in
aestigate the case of the conviet whip
ping in Catahoula parish has made its
report, and as usual justify the peni
tentiary bosses. The committee says
the whipping was a moderate one and
was necessary in order to preserve or
de- and decorum emong the convicts.
The flogging might not have been
unmerciful, but the convict was either
subjected to the most inhuman and
cruel treatment, or else the reporters
of the New Orleans press have very
much exaggerated the condition of
Miller at the time he was delivered at
the hospital. It seems a little strange
though that this committee would
come to such a confident and deter
mined conclusion in the premises with
out ever seeing the party who claims
to have suffered the punishment. This
is not the first time that we have heard
of these investigations, where interest
ed parties were called on to testify.
-[Homer Guardian.
IT'S A MIGHTY COLD DAY
In January when Pe-ru-na fails to
keep you warm. When the bluster
ing blasts of Winter envelop your
body in their icy embrace, and seen to
freeze your very marrow; when you
shiver and shake with the cold chills
that creep over you and-pierce you to
the very bone; then it is that you will
find, if you try it, that there is noth
ing so comfortably warming and so
mildly invigorating as this same Pe
runa. Sending a genial glow through
your chilled system, it will start your
blood a-conrsing through your veins,
put new life and vigor into you, and
make you feel altogether like a new
man. The effect of Pe-ru-na in this
respect is wonderful, and is manifest
ed by no other medicine. As a sto
mach medicine and tonic it has no
equal; and needs only to be tried to
prove its efliciency. For record of
what Pe-ru-na can do for ills peculiar
to ladies, send for Dr. Hartman's "Ills
of Life," sent free by the PIeruua Med
icine Co., Columbus, O. To keep the
Liver, Kidneys and Bowels regulated
Man-a-lin should be taken at the same
time. $1 a bottle.
-The latest sensation connected
with the name of E. A. Burke, is that
the government will decline to make
an appropriation for the World's Fair
in 1892, on the ground that out of the
$1,000,000 appropriated for the New
Orleans Exposition 8100,000 was di
verted from the Exposition purposes
by Burke to carry Indians for Cleve
land in 1884. It is scarcely probable
that the shrewd Louisianian set this
example for the Dudley "Blocks-of
Five" scheme. Nor is it exactly fair
to saddle his name with all the defal
cations in America. If it be true,
however, posoibly even Honduras will
not shelter the ex-treasurer from the
impressive and significant needs of
Uncle Sam's government.-Exchange.
-Here it is, and it fills the bill much
better than anything we could say:
"It gives me the greatest pleasure to
write you in regard to Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy., During the past
winter I have sold more of'it than any
other kind, and have yet to find any
one but what was benefitted ty taking
it. I have never had any medicine in
my store that gave such universal sat
isfactioni" J. M. Roney, druggist,
Geuda $prings, Kansas. 50 dent bot
ties for Bsale by E. J. Sullivan.
MY.---*~- UCLCI
JAb cordine to the Times-Dealocrat
Major Burke's Honduras mining oper
ations have not only been put upon a
systeauatie basis, but the results of the
operations are announced to be emi
nently satisfactory. President Bro
gan has made Mr. Burke ffrther valu
able concessions in the dpartment of
Olancho, which gives his control of
the mines of that depart;ent, the lar
gest in Honuduras.
t I
SYNDIC'S SALE.
Young & Willisa
vs. No. -
Their Creditors.
State of Louisiana, Parish of Rapides,
12th Judicial District
Court.
IN OBEDIENCE TO AND BY AUTHOR
ity of a comunission and order from
the Honorable Twelfth Judicial District
Court and to nme directed in the above
numbered and entitled cause, command
ing me to sell for the payment of debts
the property surrendered by Young &
Willis, insolvents, I will sell, bn
MONDAY, the 20th day of JANUARY,
1890,
at the store house in the town of Boyece,
Louisiana, the contents of the store for
merly kept by Young & Willis, consist
ing of Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats,
Groceries, Sewing Machines, Store fix
tures, etc., all as per list and inventory
on file in the said insolvent proceedings.
Also one lot of notes, accounts and
judgments as per list on file.
Terms of Sale-Cash, subject to ap
praisemenut on tile. J. E. THOMAS,
Jan 8-tds Syhdic.
JUDICIAL SALE.
J. Thomas Carnahan
vs. No. 3522.
Ike Lewis.
State of Louisiana, Parish of Rapides,
Twelfth Judicial District
Court.
B BY VIRTUE OF AND TO SATISFY A
writ of fieri facias issued and to me
directed in the above entitled nup num
bered suit, 1 have seized and will offllr
for sale at public auction, in the town of
Boyce, Rapides Parish, La., between the
hours prescribed by law, on
SATURDAY, the 25th day of JANUARY,
1890,
the following described property, to-wit:
One Gray Horse,
One Brown Mare,
One light two-horse wagon,
Forty bushels corn, more or less,
Seven sacks cotton seed,
Four Hogs.
Terms of Sale-Cash, subject to ap
praisement. D. T. STAFFORD,
Jan 8-tds. Sheriff Rapides Parish.
JUDICIAL SALE.
State of Louisiana, Parish of Rapides,
Twelfth Judicial District
Court.
David Kuhnagel
vs. No. 2380.
Louis Freamian.
B Y VIRTUE OF JND TO SATISFY
J a writ of ficri faicias issued and to
me directed in thie above cuntitled and
numbered suit, I have seized and will of
fer for sale at public anction on the plan-'
tation of Mrs. L ubletto Suowden, on Ba
you Lamourie, Rapides Parish, La., be
tween the hours prescribed by law, oni
Saturday, the 25th day of January, 1890,
the following described property:
One Sorrel Pony,
75 bushels corn, more or less,
3100 pounds seed cotton, more or less.
Terms of Sale-Cash, subject to ap
praisomenlt. D. T. STAFFORD,
Jan 8-tds. Sheriff.
STATE OF LOUISIANA,
12th Judicial District Court-Parish
of Rapides.
CIras. W. CARRUTH
vs. No, 3660.
HIsI CREDITroRS .
SURRENDER.
N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE
creditors of Charles W, Carruth, of
Alexandria, Louisiana, that lie has made
a voluntary surrender of his property for
the benefit of his creditors, tiling there
with a schedule of his assets and liabili
ties, which surrender has been accepted
by the Honorable the Sudge of the 12th
Judicial District Court in and for the Pa
rish of Rapides and State of Louisiana,
and that all further proceedings against
either the person or property of the said
Charles W. Carruth has been stayed; that
a meeting of his creditore will be hell
before Levin L. Hooe, Notary Public, in
the Town of Alexandria, La., on the 20th
day of January, 1890, for the purpose of
explaining exactly the amounts of their
respective claims and to vote for and
elect a Syndic to administer the property
thus surrendered.
) Witness the Honorable W. F.
L. 5> Blackuman atnl A. V. Coco, Jud
---) ges of sald Court, and given nu
dor my hand and seal at Alexaudria, La.,
this 23d lday of December, A. D). 1889.
GEORGE O, WATTS,
Filed Dec. 23, 1889. Clerk.
GEO. O. WATTs, Clerk.
A true copy:
C. L. RANSDELL,
Depy. Clerk.
CHARTER
OF THu
Board of Trustees of the Central Lon
isiana High School.
STATE OF LOUISIANA,
Panis8 OF RAPIDES.
BE IT KNOWN TIHAT ON THE 6TII
day of December, 1889, before me,
Gi. O. Watte, duly commissioned and
qualified Notary Public in and for the
Parish of Rapides and State of Louisiana,
and in the presence of witnesses heroin
after named and undersigned, personally
came and appeared the several persons
whose naimes are hereto subscribed, who
declared that availing themselves of the
provisions of the laws of this State re'a
tive to the organization of corporations,
they do by these preseut covenant, agree
and bind themselves, their associates and
successors to formn andl constitute a corpo
ration for the objects and purposes and
under the stipul:ations and regulations
followiug, to-wit:
Article 1. This corporation shall be
called the "Board of Trustees of the Cen
tral Louisiana Hligh School," and under
its said crrplorate nameo it shall have pow
er and authority to have and enjoy suc
cession for the termn of ninuty-nine years
from the date hereof, to contract, sue and
be sued, to lnake, have and use a corpo
rate seal, and the same to break, alter or
amend at pleasure; to holah, receive, lease,
purchase and convey unider its corporate
name property, both real and personal; to
lend money on security; to name and ap
point such officers, managers. trustees or
agents as may be necessary for the proper
ninaingemeni and regulation of the affairs
of raid corporation, anl to change or al
ter the samo at pleasure; and to do other
acts and things as are or may be necessa
ry and proper to carry out the objects
andti purposes of the said corporation.
Article 2. The domicile of said corpora
tion shall no in the city of Alexandria,
Parish of Rapides, State of Louisiana,
and ail citatious or other legal process
shall be served upon the President of said
corporation, or in his absence upon the
Vice-President, or in the absence of both
these ollicers ulpon the Secretary.
Article 3. The object of said corpora
tion shall be the esta blishment and main
tenrance ofau institution of learning in
the city of Alexandria, to be called the
Central Louisiana High School, for the
physical, moral and mental training of
childrien and youth of both sexes and all
ages, and their preparation for citizen
bhip and for a better manhood and wo
manhood.
Article 4. The managemefit of this In
stitution shall be committed to the said
Board of Trustees, of which the present
corporators shall compoce a part, to whom
may be added other persons by election
of present corporators; provided, that the
whole number does not exceed twenty
seven. Any American citizen of good
moral character shall be eligible for elec
tion without distinction of race, color or
religions opinions. At the first election,
which shall take place within one month
from the daie of this charter, the first
nine persons elected shall hold office for
three years, the second nine for two
years, and the third nine for one year.
At all subsequent elections the persons
chosen shall hold office for three years
from the date of their election.
artiele 5. The following named persons
shall constitute the fisst Board of Trus
tees, viz: H. K. Barrett, H. C. Foster, W.
D. Haas, W. J. S. Johnson, R. W. La
than, E. G. Randolph, Geo. O. \Vatts, H.
B. N. Brown, John Ewell, Robt. P. Hun
ter, W P. Ford, E. C. Mitchell, C. L.
Robert, Israel Thomas and A. M. New
man, with such ethers as they shall see
fit to elect, who shall hold office in the
order of their names according to Article
4, or until their successors are appointed.
They shall have power to fill the vacan
cies in their number which may occur
before the next regular election, which
shall take place in the month of Docom
her of each succeeding ycar.
Article 6. The regulatihns of the Board
in its times of meeting, nature and duties
of its officers and the manner of their
election may be determined by the Board
and specified in its by-laws, but this
charter can be altered, modified or amnen
ded only by a vote of three-fourths of the
members present at an annual meeting of
the Board, in the call for which the pro
posed alteration has been distinctly an
nounced to every member at least two
months previous.
H. B. N. BIowN,
11. K. BARRIETT,
E. C. MrrITI.LL,
ISIIAEL TuII.MAS,
11 W. LAThrs.
0G1o. O. WAT'rs,
Clerk and ex-oflicio Notary Public.
C. E. Kimer, Witnesses.
W. R. Wright. Witnesses.
State of Louisiana,
Parish of Rapides.
IHaving carefully examined the within
charter and finding nothing therein ob
jectionable or contrary to the Constitu
tion and the laws of the State of Louisi
ana, I approve the same.
JAMES ANDREWS,
District Attorney 12th Judicial District.
NEICEDENTD ATTIACTION
Over A Million Distributedl
La. State Lottery Co.
L Incorporated by the Legislature
for Educational and Charitable purposes,
and its franchise made a part of the pros
ount State Constitution, in 1879, by an over
whelhming popular vote.
1 ITS GRAND EXTRAORDINARY
DiRAWINGS take placo Seini-Antnually,
(Juno and December,) and its GRAND
SINGLE NIUMBER DRAWINGS take
place in each of the other ten months in
the year, and are all drawn in publie,at
the Academy of Music. Now Orleans, La.
We do hereby ccrtijy that rwe stpererise the
arrangements for all the month ly and sem i
annual drawings of the La. State Lottery
Company, and in person manage and control
the drawtrins themselres, and that the samee
are conducted writh honesty, farinenr, and in
good faith loward all parties, and iwe author
ize the Company to use this c:rlifieate, with
fea simile of our aignatures allached, in its
adrertinernents.
Commissioners.
We, the undlersitguedtl banks andt bank
ore will pay all prizesdrawn in the Louis
iana State Lotteries which may be presen
ted at our counters.
R. M. WALJMSLEY,
Pres. La. Nat. Bank.
P. LANAUX,
Pres. State Nat. Bank.
A. B ALDWIN,
Pres. N. O. Nat. Bank.
CA1I, K(lOHN,
Pres. Union Nat. Bank.
GRAND MTONTIILY D1EAWING
Will take Ilace at the Academy of Music,
NEW ORILEANS.
TUESDAY, JAN'Y 14TH, 1890,
CAPITAL PRIZE,
$300,000.
100,000 Tickets at $20; Halves $10; Quar
ters $5; Tenths $2; Twentieths $1.
LIST OF PRIZES:
1 PRIZE OF $300,000 is.......$300 000
1 PRIZE OF 100,000 is....... 100 000
1 PRIZE OF 50,000 is....... 50 000
1 PRIZE OF 25,000 is....... 25 000
2 Prizes of 10,000 are..... 20 000
5 Prizes of 5,000 are..... 25 000
25 Prizes of 1,000 are..... 25 0(0
100 Prizes of 500 are..... 50 000
200 Prizes of 300 are..... 60 000
500 Prizes of 200 are..... 100 000
Approximation Prizes:
100 Prizes of $500 are......... $50 000
100 Prizes of 300 are......... 30 000
100 Prizes of 300 are......... 20 000
Terminal Prizes:
999 Prizes of $100 are........... $99 900
999 Prizes of 100 are........... 99 900
3,134 prizes amounting to.......$1,054,800
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE.
li For Club Rates, or any further in
formation desired, write legibly to the
undersigoned, clearly stating your resi
denoe, with State, County, Sireet and
Number. More rapid return mail delive
ry will be assured by yoear enclosing an
envelope bearing your full address.
IMPORTANT.
All ordinary letters containing Postal
Notes, Money Orders issued by all Express
Companies or New York Exchange.
Addressed
M. A. DAUPIHIN,
New Orleans, La.
Address registered letters containing
Currency to New Orleans National Bank,
Now Orleans, La.
"REIMEMIBER, that the payment of
prizes is guaranteed by four National
Banks, of New Orleans, and the Tickets
are signed by the President of an Institu
tion, whose chartered rights are recog
nized in the highest Courts; therefore,
beware of all imitations or anonymous
schemes.
ONE DOLLAR is the price of the small
estpart or fraction of a ticket ISSUED
BY US in any Drawing. Anything in
.our name offered for less than a Dollar is
ia swindle.
DRS. BETT &- BETTS
38 St. Charles Street,
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
(Opposite - the - St. - Charles - Hotel.)
Physicians and Surgeons
Are still treating with the Greatest skill
and success
Croni, Nrvous and Private Ei0,11,
I NERVOUS DEBILITY, LOST MAN
hood, Failing Memory,
Exhausting Drnins, Ter
rible Dreams, Head and
Back Ache and all the
effects leading to early
decay, and perhaps Con
sumption or Insanity,
treated scientifically by
new methods with never
failing success.
SYPHILIS and all bad blood and skin
diseases permanenutly cured. KIDNEY
and URINARY complaints, Gleet, Gonor
rhoea Stricture, Varieocele and all dis
eases of the Genito-Urinary Organs cured
promptly without injury to Stomach, Kid
neys or other organs.
No experiments. Age and experience
important. Consultation free and sacred.
Eye, Ear, Throat, Lungs, Liver and
Bladder diseases treated with success un
equalled.
£ Send 6 cents postage for celebrated
works on Chronic, Nervous and Delicate
Diseases. Thousands cured. A friendly
letter or call may save you future suffer
ing and shame, and add golden years to
life. No letters answered unless accom
i panied by 4 cents in stamps. Address or
call on
Drs. - Betts - & - Betts
38 St. Charles street,
Nov 13-6m New Orleans, La
BIg O hasgiven unver
cm t sal saItlisfaction in the
1OD . cure of Oonorrhoe and
Oleet. I prescribe itan
feel safe in recommenad
re i tag It to si sufferers.
PRICE. 11.00.
sad Bol81 by Druggists.
For sale by Jacob Geiger, Alexandria
TULANE UNIVERSITY
OF LOUISIANA.
Wm. Preston Johnston, LL. D.. Pres't
T HE NEXT ANNUAL SESSION OF
High School, College, and of the H.
Sophie Newcomb Memorial College for
young women, will begin Tuesday, Octo
ber 1st. Entrance examination on Mon
day, Sept. 30th.
High School Course 3 years. College
Course 4 years. All departments sup
plied with laboratories and other aids to
practical instruction. The Manual Train
ing department is well equipped with ap
paratus for wood working, blacksmithing,
forging, brazing and soldering and ma
chine construction.
Parallel College Courses lead to the de
gree of Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of
Science. There is a practical course in
Electrical Engineering and a complete
plant of the Edison Sytem for instruction.
The H. Sophie Newcomb Memorial Col
lege for young women offers a full course
in scidince andl letters.
Special Ceurses in Art and Literature.
There is an Acadoimical Department which
prepares students for the College. Col
lege course, $100 per annum. Preparato
ry course of two years, $80 per annum.
The Law Department opens November
18th, H. C. Miller, Dean. Medical Do
partment'opens October 21st, Stanford E.
Chaillo, M. D., Dean.
For general catalogues, address
WM. O. ROGERS,
Secretary of the Tulane University, New
Orleans, La.
August 1st, 1089-Gm.
P.AT KELLY'
-NET5R
UNDERTAKER
-AND DEALER IN
METALLIC -and- ROSEWOOD
mOOFFIllTSm
SIIOP:
Corner of Lee and Fifth Ste.
ALEXANDRIA, LA.
IlonT. P. HUNTERa, A. J. CAMMACK,
Attorney at Atty at Law a Notary
Law. Public.
HUNTER & CAMkMACK,
Real EstateBrokers
Land Agents
and
Immigration : Solioitors,
ALEXANDRIA, LA.
WNERS OF LAND IN THIS PARISR
. who desire to sell or rent them at
reasonable rates, are offered an opportu
nity, by addressing. us, of disposing of
them. NO CIHARGE whatever unless we
Ssell or rent the land for the owner. For
Sterms and particulars apply to or address
HUNTER & CAMMACK.
SYNDIC'S SALE.
STATE OF LOUISIANA,
Parish of Rapides--12th Judicial Dis
Striot Court.
M. W. BAILLIO)
vs. No. 3635.
His CRaDITORs.
PURSUANT TO AN ORDER OF SALE
issued from the Honorable the 12th
Judicial Distriot Court, Parish of Rap
ides, La., andl to mIe directed as Sheriff
and Syndic in the above entitled cause,
a ordering me to sell for cash, after due ad
- vertisement and in accordance with.law,
I the hereinafter described property sur
- rendered by the said M. VW. Bailio vs.
SHis Creditors, I will offer for sale at pub
lic auction, at the frontof the Court House
door, in the Town of Alexandria, between
Sthe hours prescribled by law, on
SSATURDAY, the 11th day of JANUARY,
A. D. 1800,
the following described property as per
schedule of assets rendered by the said
insolvent:
Three Bales of Cotton,
SThree hundred pounds of cotton in the
Sfield, more or less.
One Brown Horse named Henry.
STermsa of Sale-CASH, suhject to ap
I praisement. D. T. STAFFORD,
s Dec. 25-3t. Sheriff and Syndic.
ANDREW J. CAMMACK,
'ATTORNEY- AT- LAW
-- and -
) Notary Public,
i Offlice hi the Orsborn Hotel building.
LEXANDRIA LA.
AN ASTONISHING
TONIC FOR WOMEN.
MCELREE'8
WINE OF
CARDUI
It Strengthens the Weak, Quiets the
Nerves, Relieves Monthly
Suffering and Cures
FEMALE DISEASES.
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST ABOUT IT.
$1.00 PER BOTTLE. +
CHATTANOOGA MED. CO., Chattanooga, Teann.
NEVER FAILS--PLE ASAT T TO TAE.
The only Certas and EZeetual aroe
for Chilla and Fever Intrmittent, Remittcent
Dillous and Malarial Fever, Dumb A
Swamp Fever and all. Dseaaes originat
from a Torpid Liver or Malaria.
Perfectly harmlees, contains no Arsenle
or Quilnne and can be given to the most
delicate person with perfect afety.
Asa Tonli for Tired Feeling, Loss of Ap
eprtite Headache, NervousDepreesson and
Low tm-its onlgmunang fromn ..marl,1m n ds
alone and without a Parallel.
PRICE, 01.00 Per Bottle.
Solad ba DrNaress eer al.
J. C. MENDENHALL & CO.,
sona raoreareea
ZTA7BFILLZ, t.ad., *. A.
The Original Wine.
C. F. Simmons, St. Louis, Prop
M. A. Slmmons LiverMedicine, s'd
x84o In the U. S. Court naras J.
H.Zeil n, Pp'rA.Q.Simmons Lin
Cr Regulator, Est'd by Zellin8t68.
M.A. S. L. M. has for 47 years
cured NDIOGESTIONt BLIOtarlNls,
DtIarPSIA,SICKx HIrADACILoT
APPETITI SOUR STOMACH EMc.
Rev. T. S. Reams, PastorM. B.
0 Church, AdamsTenn., writes: "I
think I should have been dead but
for your Genuine M. A. Sim
mons Liver Medicine. I have
Ssometimes had to substitute
er|r "Zeilin's stufP' for your Medi
ng[ cine, but it don't answer the
..s purpose."
'wtpr Dr. J. R. Graves Editor Te.
atit, Memplis, ena. sayst
I receved a package ofyourive
Medicine, and have used hafof it.
It workshke a charm. I want no
better Liver Renulator and cen.
tainly no more of Zeain's mixtaure
Texas - and- Pacific
RAILWAY.
The Great Popular Route between
TEý H AST1 & THE WEST*)
8HORTES' LI E to NEW ORLEANS
and Al , P INTS in Louisianu,
Nou Me Ico, Arizona and
C, ,l1"ORN IA.
Favorite line to the North, East
and South-east.
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS
daily between St. Louis
and Dallas,
Fort Worth, El Paso and San Francisco.
California, also Marshall and New Orleaun
without change.
Solid Trains, El Paso to St. Louis
Fast Time, First-class Equipments and
Sure Connoction.
IP See that your tickets read via Texas
and Pacific Railway. For iMaps, Time
Tables, Tickets, Rates, and all required
information, call on or address any of the
Ticket agonts, or
HI. C. ARCHER,
Passenger Ageut, Dallas, Texas.
B, W. McCUL~f.LQ.i,
Gen'lPassenger & TieketAgt, Dallas, Tex "
JOHN A. GRANT,
General Manager, Dallas, Texasi.
R. C. ROGERS,
General Agent at Alexandria, La.
S. CUL L'EC1T,
SUCCE8SOR TO
ALEXANDRIA, LA.
en'l eceivinig Forwrding Korcha
Keeps on hand for sale Lime, Ces
Coal, Corn, Oats, Hay
and Bran.
17 Will make liberal advan
Cotton ond other produce, and wi
so pay the highest market pri
Cotton Seed.
I' Agent for the Milburn G
Machine Co. Memphis, Tenn.
JOB '.'yloEVEt uR
DESCRIPTIONNEATLY EXEC
THIS OFFICE. GIVE US A
THE OLD
Louisiana Ba
3Y: LUoZS :G
"JRESH BREAD "AND C
way on hlind-also RY
HAM BREAD.
W Leave your orders fo
description that the past
fords. - [
HENRY G
PRACTIC
Manufacturer of
'Ironwa
lT Tinwa
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