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Catarrh
gS a blood disease. Until the poison Is
I expelled front the system, there car
be no care for this loathsome and
dangerous malady. Therefore, the ouny
effective treatment is a thorough course
of Ayer's Sarsaparilla- the best of all
blood purifiers. The sooner you beuin
the butter; delay is dangerous.
"I was troubled with catarrh for orer
two years. I tried various remedies.
and was treated by a number of physi.
chins, but received no benefit until I
vegan to take Ayer's Sarsaparilla. A
few bottles of this medicine cured tme of
this troublesome complaint and com
pletely restored my health."--Jesse M.
]1oggs, Holman's Mills, N. C.
"When Ayer's Sarsaparilla was rec
ommended to me for catarrh, I was in
clined to dobt its efficacy. Having
tried so nlynn remedies, with little hen
ent, I had to faith that anything would
cure m:e. I became emaciated from loss
of appetite and impaired digestion. I
bad nearly lost the sense of smell, and
amy system was badly deranged. I was
about discouraged, when a friend urged
me to try Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and re
ferred me to persons whom it had cured
of catarrh. After taking half a dozen
bottles of this medicine, I am convinced
thlat the only sre way of treating this
obstinate disease is tlhrou gh the blood."
-Charles H. Malouney, 113 River st.,
Lowell, Mass.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
PREPARED mi
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
I'de. $i; six bottles, P. Worth I$ a bottle.
louisiala Democrat.
TERMS:
One copy, one year..........$2 00
Six months..... ............. 1 00
"Three nmonths............... 50
TIME TABLE :
Texas and Pacific Rai!rcad:
For Marslhll :
Leave Alexandria........ 4:38 p. m
For New Orleans,
'Leave Alexandria........10:35 a. rn
Arrives in New Orleans .....7:00 p. m
Leaves New Orleans ......8:45 a. m,
Morgan's La, & Texas R. R:
Arrives at Alexandria......6:00 p. m
Leaves A .,xandria........9:00 a. m
W Fi ."-clatss fare from Alexand.
ina to Nt * Orleans, by either of the
above -n ied roads, costs $6.85. ~;
ednesday, - Sept. 10
Town and Parish News.
-ROSH tIASHONA (New Year)
Cards, at JOHN J. FERGUSON'S,
Red Store, Second Street.
-Mr. S. P'incns, of Coushatta, was
in Alexandria last week. From the
tone of his conversation we would an
derstand that he shortly expects to re
miove here with his family.
-The Western Union Telegraph
Company will shortly move their tele
graph office into Town. This will
prove of great convenience to the pub
lie- The headquarters are to be sta
tioned at the Tias;:e office opposite the
- ,Courthouse.
-Mr. John Inkster, an export ma
chinist from New Orleans, was here
last week examining and putting in
shape the machinery of the compress.
On Saturday a trial run was made and
everything worked in first-class order.
The press will start about the 15th
inst.
-Dr. J. H. Wilkinson, of the film
of Brian & Wilkinson, at Boyce, -and
who was shot and cut at the above
named place on the 5th of August,
by the Murphy Brothers, Geo. II. and
Thomas B., died of his wounds on last
Thursday. Deceased was a native of
Misetissilepi. The Murphy brothers are
still in jail here.
-U -.Y O ----~C
-Judge W. P. Hall, of Mansfield,
who was recently in the Congressional
field against Hlon. N C. Blanchard,
has consented his willingness in a let
ter to Dr. W. S. Frierson, President
of the State Agricultural Society, to
make an address to the people of
Alexandria in December next on the
question of the sub-treasury bill. The
State Agricultural Society will meet
here at that time.
-The Sabine Southron, one of the
staunchest of the few anti-lottery pa
pers in Louisiana, commenting on the
article "A Mexican Lottery Saint,"
which recently appeared in the DEMo
CtAT, has this to say:
We notice that the above extract has
been going the rounds of the State press.
We are anti to the core and believe in
strengthening that faction ail we can,
hInt will forever object to the admittance
into our lines of a man who owns Mexi
can Lottery stock. We are as strennonusly
opposed to the Mexican Lottery as we are
to the Louisiana State Lottery, and will
theretfore not recognize Mr. Holoway as
an anti until he makes some satisfactory
explanation.
-At their meeting here on Friday
last, the Board of Commissioners of
the Red River, Atchafalaya and Ba
you BoueffLevee D)istrict gave out the
following contracts for building levees:
Ashton, Rapides Parish, to Andrews
& Ogden at 19.45 cents per cubic
yard; Norwood's, in Avovelles, to
same parties, at- 17.99 cents per cubic
yard; Yellow Bayou, in Avoyelles, to
same parties, at 22 cents per cubic
yard; Mrs. Cason's, in Avoyelles, to
J. W. Odum, at 179 cents per cubic
yard; 8. J. C. Gordon's, in St. Lan
dry, to W. ,J. Bentley at 21 cents per
cubic arld; Capt. Burton's, in St. Lan
dry, to Richards & Johnson, at 171
cents per cubic yard. The bid for the
DeGeneres levee, in Avoyellee, was
rejected, and Assistant State Engineer
Kerr was requested to examine said
levee and ascertain if it would not be
practicul,ln to locate the levee where
it could he built mnore cheaply than in
the present location. The above work
ha to Ie contienced Iv the 15th ol
Septembelr and ;omlplvteld by the 15th
of lXcutLbcr.
L1
PROCEEDINGS OF CITYf
COUNCIL.
ALEXANDRIA, LA.,
Sept. 3, 1890.
The City Council, pursuant to post
po,,nent, met this day at 10 o'clock
a- inm. Present :
Thos. Crawley, Mayor.
II. S. Gossens,
Jacoh Irving,
It. W. Bringhurst.
Absent-J. A. Johnston,
Jos. Fellows.
On motion the reading of the min
utes was dispensed with.
The Treasurer's report for Aug. was
read and approved, and showed a bal
ance on hand of $29 95.
The Collector foiled to make his
hia settlement, owing to sickness.
On motion certificates of indebted
ness were ordered issued in payment
of the following bills:
Thos. Crawley, Mayor's salary.... $60 CO
HI. M. Hllie, Constable's salary... 50 00
Pacific Fire Co., Engineer's salary 40 00
E. J. Sullivan, Assessor's book.... 6 75
.Jnlins Levin, lumber............. 16 14
James Pnrdy, pay on contract.... 65 GO
Henry Aikley. street work........ 36 75
Peter Overall, street work..... 23 50
John Kramer, cart work.......... 13 00
J. P.;Grogan, " ....... 9 00
BIen Bell, . .......... 18 50
A. Johnson, " .......... 3 00
George Coleman, " ...... 13 00
$359 64
On motion warrants were ordered
issued fn payment of the following
bills :
A. Fluke, sharpening tools ........ $1 75
I. G. Miller, hardware............. 4 55
Oscar Cheney, street work......... 10 00
Sol Carnal,. " .......... 3 00
Eli Johnson, " .......... 1 00
Henoury Andrews, " ....... 3 00
$23 30
Messrs. Rosenthal and Bowman
came before the Board and stated that
the Public School buildings could not
be ocunpied unless they were repaired,
and asked that the Town pay the cost
of same.
Moved by H. S. Gossiens that the
above be laid over for future cousid
eration.
On motion the Mayor was author
ized to adpoiut a Finance Committee
of two to examine the corporation
books, delinquent rolls, etc.
On motion the Board then asdjonrn
ed to meet on September 4th, at 10
o'clock a in.
THOS. CRAWLEY,
G. M. RATCLIFFE, Mayor.
Secretary.
GETTINO PLEDGES.
The Progressive League, at its meeting
last night, urged the votdrs of the State
not to make or sign at this time pledges
of how they will vote at the next election
on the lottery revence proposition, but to
first heor all the argnmncts presented by
both sides in the campaign which will be
carried on during the cext two years, and
then vote as they think is for the interest
and honor of Louisiana. The resolution
reads as follows:
Whereas; it is reported that certaia
Ineceibers of the Ant i-Lottery League are
now seeking to pledge to their cause and
to vote with them those citizens of the
State of Louisiana who have as yet heard
only one side of this all-iemportant ques
tiou; and, whereas, in the interest of
good government and of all voters we bee
lieve it to be a duty to protest against
such unusual and undeuiocraLic con
dnct; be it
Resolved, That we urge upon every vo
ter of the State of Louisiana to proervu
his political freedom tnd to form his own
opinions only after mature deliberaition
and heoring all that is to be said, to the
cudl that when the day of election conmes
le. may go to the polls and vote fearlessly
antd rnanfilly for or again.st the proposedl
charter according to his honest and en
lightened convictiouns.
This is good Democratic doctrine. The
led)eds, which the Antis are neow trying
to wrin, from the voters are confessions
of weakeNes and show distrust of the
people. They are afraidt to trust thenm,
and conseqneuetly seek to get in advance
throeigh persoInal influenoces on their part
or the thoughtlessness of those who sign
their papers, pledlges to vote against the
lottery revenue proposition. They play
ed this trick on members of the late Leg
islature, wlhomt they attemnpted to bind in
advance before the lottery mnatter hadl
been discussed, before a single word pro
or con had been said about it; and when
certain legislators found thlat they had
been tricked with this pledge, acnd that
the proposition as it came before them
was one they thought ought tobe sub
neitted to the people, the Antis denlounc
edl them in the most violent umanner.
They are now trying to play the sante
trick on the peoplee. T'I'hey know that the
average man is weak about siglning peti
tions, pledges, etc., andl that when one is
presented to him and strongly pressed
Iy a personal friend, he fitr too ofteon
signs his naeee or gives a pledge-to re
gret afterward that he has let himiself he
entrapped and thus bound himself. The
cause is weak indeed and confesses its
weakness when it endealevors to prevent a
full discussion of any question. The
Antcs are evidently afraid that a full die
cussion of the lottery amendment will
win over the'people to its support, and
they are, therefore, endeavoring to secure
a pledge of their votes in advance,
The election is two years off. The cam
paign over this issue promnises to be a
locg and exhaustive olne, a campaign of
argnuments and facts-and these are what
the Antis are afraid of. "Don't listen to
argucmenits," they say "Don't hear any
discussion at all of the proposition, bet
pledge us your vote right now, before
you have heard the other side. We are
afraid that if you hear them you will not
pledge your vote, and we want your pro
mise now.
A citizen should always reserve the
right to vote as he chooses, and as ihe
thinks best. It is above all a meistake to
pledge hutaself two years ahead, and bur
render his own jludgment to others. To
those who conme to him now with re
cqulests fer a pledge, let hini answer: "I
will vote accordingc to my hest judgment,
after he.aring all that both sides have to
say on this subject, and after weighing it
thoroughly. I am not giving my vote
away now as a pledlge to any one. I can
take care of it us well as you. I can be
trusted to vote right and to the hest iu
terests of the State. I will not put my
self in your power, or surrender mnyself to
you. 1 will give no othrr pledge than
thlis: Thlat two years from now I will vote
on the question as I think best for Lon
isiana.-fTimnes-Deimocrat, Septembucer 2d.
Tailoring.
Joseph Levin has in his employ a
first-class merchant tailor, direct from
New York. HLe is a masfer workman
in hlis line Call arocud and see Joe.
Levin and have a fine suit made. A
comeplete stook of fine cloths to meake
seleztions frtes.
. . . . . . . .. . . . . .. . . . . . . . ... .. _ _ .
-The dedication ceremonies of the
new Methodist Church here on Sun
day, were of a highly interesting char
acter, and were witnessed by a great
crowd of people. Bishop 0. V. Gal
loway, of Jackson, Miss., conducted
the ceremonies, and preached a most
learned and eloquent sermon, appro
priate to the occasion. In the after
nosn he delivered a lecture on Mis
sions, and preached again at night.
- Work on the Alexandria Street
Railwny has commenced. It is ex
pected that the work will be comple
ted by the middle of November.
-Mr. J. M. Hollinvsworth and Mr.
M. S. Jones, both of Shreveport, have
had an amicable adjustment of their
political differences, brought about by
recent newspaper communications, in
which both hit some hard blows.
They have acted as consistent Demo
crats, and have shaken hands and
made friends.
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-In refering to the races to lie iun
at Staple's race-course on Oct. 17 and
18, in our last issue, we omitted men
tioning the entrance fee. In the first
race 85 will be charged, in the sec
ond only $3.
-The flag pole on which the sig
nal service flags and weather signs
will be hoisted in future, thus keeping
our people posted, has been raised on
the top of the City Hall. Capt. Jas.
Graham is in ;charge, and will run up
the signals when one is to be given
out.
-All the stores in Alexandria have
received their Fall stocks of goods.
A better supply of everythtng, in the
mercantile line, was never before of
fered the public.
S-Ladies, have you examined, the
"Lady Baltimore" brand of shoes for
sale by Joseph Levin I If not it will
well repay you to do so, and you will
find them the neatest, most comforta
ble and cheapest shoe, considering
quality, in this market.
ruvvh -*~---v
-Col. Wise says he is a democratic
warehouse; le will store away any
thing for the grand old party.
-The registration books for the
Parish of Rapides were opened on
Monday. Until the thirteenth inst.,
the registrar will remain in Alex
andria.
-*-
-See Joseph Levin's new stock of
Ilats. Quantity, Quality, Style-all
there, and more, too.
--In conformity with the recent
laws passed by the legislature, the
railroads running into and pass Alex
a,;dria, are now charging only thmee
cents per mile.
-Have you tried shoes made by
Zeigler Bros.. of Philadelphia, or
Faust Btos., of Baltimore I The just
jnstly celebrated shoes made by these
lirms are sold here by Joseph Levin,
who has hundreds of pairs of all sizes
for men, ladies and chrldren. We are
confldent,it would repay you to call
and examine these goods.
STRAYED OR STOLEN.-On Thmirs
day, 4th inst., a grade Jersey heifer;
fawn colored, with white marks-one
large white spot on her face; tro brand
or ear marks. Was being milk when
she disappeared. A liberal reward
will be paid to any one returning her
to me at Alexandria.
W. J. CAL.viT.
-The prelimihary examination of
the Murphy hrothors was commenced
on Monday afternoon; it was going
on yesterday when we went to press.
The preliminary examination of L.
Ashworth, who is accused of the mur
der of Gee. Kelly, on Ten Mile, was
commenced Monday nmorning, but
owing to the absence of witnesses was
not finished.
-As well as everything else in the
way of gentlemen's wear, Joseph Le
nin has a complete line of Underwear
for men.
SECOND ANNUAL STATEMENT
-oF
The Rapides Bank of Alexandria, La,
At the close of business,
August 30, 1890.
RESOURCES.
Furniture and Fixtures......$ 2570 98
Due from banks and bankers 21168 64
Loans and discounts......... 88488 28
Cash....................... 18508 39
Total......... $130,736 29
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid in........$ 60000 00
Surplus fund ............. 4000 00
Undivided profits.. ......... 4270 68
Due depositors.............. 62465 61
Total......... $130,736 29
I, the undersigned, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true and cor
rect to the best of my knowledge and
belief. Cnas. OWEN,
Cashier.
Sworn to and subscribed before me,
this 2nd day of September, A. D., 1890.
L. V. MARYE,
{ L. s. } Notary Public.
At a meeting of the Board of Directors
held this day the following resolutions
woere adopted:
Whereas. By a vote of stockholders at
a meetlu-g held August 25th, it was deci
ded to increase the capital stock of the
Bank to $90,000-therefore be it
Resolved, That the subscription books
be now opened,. the present stockholders
of the Bank to have the privilege of tak
ing at par their pro rata of said increased
capital until September 22d, payment of
said snbscriptions to be made on or be
fore October 1st, 1890.
Resolved, That after deducting the pro
rata of taxes and licenses for the current
year, together with the unearned iuter
est, a dividend of eleven per cent be de
clared out of the surplns and net earn
ings as shown by the books, payable to
the preseut stockholders on demand.
CLHS. Owls,
Cashier.
DR. Ia. R. FISHER.
EDE NTTIST,
Office and Denald Parlors in Osborn
Hotel, Second Floor,
ALEXANDRIA.
I HAVE RECENTLY FITTED UP IN
the best manner two dental parlors.
one of which is for the use of white and
the other for colored citizens. In select
ing mly furniture and fixtures 1 have
tried to purchase the best. and am pre
pared to do all kind of dental work
promptly, in the highest professional
manner, and at reasonable rates. I anm
prepared, with the use of gas, to extr;ct
teeth without pain. My gas apparatus is
the best manufiactured, the same as that
used by the lurgest dental establishments
in the Union. Do not think of going to
New Orleans or elsewhere to have dental
work done, ihen yuu can receive as
good service at home. I am fully pre
pared to do Cron,wu and Bridge work.
This is a4 method by which teeth may be
saved after the crowns are too far decay
ed to fill. Persons living in the country
will pleaset notify me before coming to
have work done, so arrangements can be
made to at tend to them upon arrival.
iP Olico hours from 8 a. in. to 6 p. inm.
The paltronage of the public is respect
fully solicited.
OUR MISSION.
"Clothes do not make a man, perhaps,;
But if he's poor in dress, .
The world is hound to notice it,
And, somehow, love him less."
'Tis sad, but true, a good suit-on a
unia's back, of course-often goes further
on the road to worldly success than a car
load of intellect with a college diploma to
back it up. It ought not to be, but fate
will have it so, and we must float with
the tide or "loose our venouture." IQow, it
is the particular mission of unoer & Weil
to whom the majority of Alexandria gei
tlemen look for their garments and fur
nishings, to ldrers mankind in faultless
and becoming attire. Upon this issue
does success depend, and if you fail to
reach the goal of your ambitious desires
after we get through fixing you up, dear,
inconsistent man, blame us not. Yet we
are prepared to treat you right royally in
the wuy of
STYLISH - FALL- SUITS
Overcoats and Trousers, and at prices
that will not .sink your purses in the
slough of dpspond. We know that our
enterprising competitors are offering
goods "'remarkably cheap"-but we m1od
estly suggest that we can go them several
better in the way of LOW PRICES for
reliable goods, and also state that in our
Manmmoth Clothing Department, which is
the largest single salesroom in the city,
we display the grandest stock of Stylish
and Seasonable Suits and Single Gar
meuts for
Men, Youths, Boys and
Children
Ever seen by the citizens of Alexandria.
We would like to impress upon-you the
fact that our suits and siiigle garments
are in every respect equal to the best
merchant tailor work in fit, make-up,
trimnlings iand style, and we guarantee
Lou an actual saving of from 33 to 50 per
cent. Is not this worth considering t-
We quote a few styles: To start with the
SACK SUIT will probably lead as a fa
vorito style among gents and young menl
as the proper garument for business
and general wear, the straight front, 4
ani 5-buttoner, with lbwer corners cut
slightly away; also with square corners,
will take with the majority of llmanlkilnd
as being neat, dressy anud comfortable.
The 1-button sack will pleise a great
many, and, as the mercury begins to
drop, double-breasted sack suits will ,e
very mnchl worn. We have a GRAND
LINE of these styles, all put up in the
most durable and wear-resisting manner.
They come in fancy suitings-plaids,
emall checks and invisible stripes, dark
and medium mixtures--out of the best
all-wool fabrics, our prices ranging from
$7.50 to $35, which gives you everything
from a good, honest, everyday working
srit te the nattiest business and walking
suit manufactured.
BAUIER & WEIL,
Front Street.
STATE OF LOUISIANA,
Parish of Rapides-l12th Judlcial Dis
trict Court.
WILLIAM J. CALVIT)
vs. No. 2004.
ARTHUIR EVEtirr.).
- Y VIRTUE OF AND TO SATISFY
I) an alias writ of tieri facias issued
and to me directed in the above entitled
and numbered suit, I have seized andt will
offer for sale at publio auction, at the
front door of the Court House of the Par
ish of Rapides, La., between the hours
prescribed by law, on
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20th, 1890,
the following described property, to-wit:
A certain tract or parcel of land situa
ted, lying and being in the Parish of Rna
pides, State of Louisiana, on the north
side of Red river, and described as fol
lows, to-wit: To start at a point on the
lower line of the Treadway tract. now
owned by tils purchaser, ninety feet from
the rear lineof said tract, thence run at
right angles with said line live acres,
thence run parallel with. the dividing
line of the said Treadway and Daigte
tracts ten aeros, thence rnu at right an
gles lIveto Daaid's line, so as to contain
the quantity of fifty acres of pinewoodts
land-the aforesaid lifty acres of land be
ing a part and parcel of thIe 320 acres of
the Hotffman tract, and is biuinded on th,
one side by lands of David and of tbihk
purchaser, and on all other sides b\
Ilanuds of this vendor (HIi. L. DItigre
Terms of Sale--Cash, subject to ap
praisenlent. D. T. STAFIFORD,
Aug. 20-tde. Oheriff.
: , .: .- ,, . . · c. .. ..
)BAND DRAWtING
--OF TIlE
;.icsia Id !Ofl CA~Ia habiici
-OF THIR
STATE or ZACATECAS, MEXICO.
A syndicate of capitalists have secured
the concession for opera
ting this
LOTT EE R Y!
and will extend its b isiness throughout
the United States and Brit
ish Cotumbia.
Below will be found a list of the prizes
which will be drawn on 4
: Sept 27, 1890,
AT ZACATECAS. MEXICO,
and continued monthly thereafter.
CAPITALo,
PRIZE, $150,000,00
100,000 Tickets at $10; Halves, $5; Tenths,
$1; American Currency.
LIST OF PRIZES:.
1 prize of...'.. $150,000 is.... $150,000
1 prize of...... 50,000 is.... 50,000
1 prize of...... 25.000 is.... 25,000
3 prizes of .... 10,000 are... 30,000
2 prizes of .... 5,000 arc... 10,000
5 prizes of .... 2,000 are... 10,000 I
10 prizes of 1,000 are.. 10,000
20 prizes of .... 500 are... 10,000
200 prizes of .... 200 are... 40,000
300 prizes of .... 150 are... 45,000
500 prizes of .... 100 are... 50,000
Approximation Prizes:
150 prizes of .... $150 are... $22,500 (
150 prizes of .... 100 are... 15,000
150 prizes of .... 50 are... 7,500
999 terminal prizes of 50 are... 49,950
2492 $524,950
Club rates, 6 Tickets for $50.
Special rates arranged with agents.
I AGENTS WANTED in every Town
and City in United States and British
America.
The payment of prizes is guaranteed by'
a special deposit of five hundred thousatnd
dollars ($500,000,) with the State Govern
mnout, and approved by Jesus Arechiga,
Governor,
Drawings nuder the personal supervis
ion of Lie. Herminio Arteaga, who is ap
pointed by the Governmentas interventor.
"I CIKuTIr Y that with the State Tre, an
rer all necessary guarantees are deposited
assuring full payment of all prizes of this
drawing, HexrMuio AIITEAGA,
Inuterventor."
IMPORTANT.
Remittances mist be either by New
York Draft, Express or Registered Letter,
American money. Collections can be
made by Express Companies or Banks.
licket sent direct to management will be
paid by drafts on New York, Montreal,
St. Paul, Chicago, San Francisco or City
of Mexico. For further information ad
dress JUAN PIEDAD, Manager,
A partado 43. Zacatecas, Mexico.
FOr"
CUHEAP GOODS.
GO TO
DAUER & WEIL.
BigG hasgven unalve.
Oart a sal satisfSction In the
1 TO S DAT. cure of Gonorrhnc and
Gleet. Iprescrlbelltand
feel safelnrecommend."
r r nl ta it to all aufhmrs.
A. . SOIE, ED.,
to. Deeastr, Il.
PRICE, 61.00.
Trade Sold by D ugglhs.
For sale by Jacob Geiger, Alexandria
ALEXANDRIA
Sottling Work .
LOOMER & CHARNLEY
PROPRIETORS.
MANUWFACTURERS OF
LI MCI, - ISllIh LA, - 11 l,
AND OTHER VARIETIES OF SODA
WATERS.
DEALRRS IF
Bottled Champagne Cider, B~arrelcd and
Keg Cok'r.
We guarantee that only pure mate
rials are used, free from any injurious
substances, and ARE NOT ALCOHOLIC.
Orders solicited from the snarotnding
towns and from plautatious and couatry I
stores.
O Prioes - Are -Lorwer
Than the same class of goods can be de
livered to you from other
places.
PATRONIZE ROME INDUSTRY.
Famtilies Stpplied. Satijfaction is
Guarantced.
Money to Loan
ON IMPROVED FARM LANDS
M ONEY ON LONG TIME AND LOW
interest, in sunms from
$1,000 to $25,000
will be loaned on improved farm lands.
Apply to 8. CULLEN,
* J. F. ARIAIL,
April 10, 1889. Alexandria, La.
'T'HiE OLD
Louisiana Bakery.
37 : LOlTt : CIARD.
F-RESH BREAD AND CAKES AL.
L' ways on hand-also RYEJand ORA
fAM BREAD.
SLeave yoar. orders for eakes of any
description that the pastry kirltesn at
fLotS- 'j)~y 29, 4 ~s
JULIUSLEVIN,
Manuficturer and Dealer in
Long Leaf Pine and Cypres
Shingles, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Etc., Et
PI'ot 01/ice Box 111. ALEXAM)LIA, LA.
-- PROPRIuETOIR
Tank Factory % Planing Mil
Ettinmates 1FurniWhed on Application.
W. T. SANFORD,
Fire and Life IXnurane Ae
ALEXANDRIA, LA..
Representing- Assets and ;B
German American Insurance Co., New York .....................$7,80
Phenix Insurance Company, New*York.... ....... .. . 413,
Western Assurance Company, Toronto, Canada........... ...... 14
Sun Mutual Insurance Co., New Orleans, La............ . " ..138
Providence Washington Insurance Co., Providence; R. I....... 1,1ý
State nlvestment and Insurance Co., Sun Francisco .............. 9
- 'ALSO LOCAL AGENT FOR----
Equitable - Life - Assurance - So
p125,O,000.
The Strongest and Best LIfe Insurance Co.
in.the world: . s.
S- ..= •,
'The EAGLE DRUG STO
JTAGOB an[ER.
PROPRIETOI.
Is selling at New Orleans wholesale prices't the jobbing trade, a
special inducements to rebayers. The stock oosint':
in part as follows:
Drugs, -: heTmicals, - :Pi
SCHOOL BOOKS, TOBACCO and CIGARS, LIQUORS :FOR
INAL PURPUIOSES, ETC.
LAI DR E7 T H ' 8S
FRESH GARDEN SEE
RE- OPErNING
. ": ---oFi-ruE-
ci pse Livery Stable.
NELS TAYLOR, PROPRIETOR
TrHIS S TO INFORM MY FORMER
1 patrons and the public in general,
that I have again opened the Eclipse
Livery Stable, on Third street, in the
rear of the City Hall, and am now ready .
for business. I have just purchased save
ral horses, and the necessary buggies and
carriages, to which I will keep adding,
until my outfit is complete in every par
tieular. To horse or mule drivers I offer
the largest and most convenient pens In
the city. My trmns wili be in conformity
to the times. A liberal share of the pub
lic's patronage is all I ask or demand.
NELS. TAYLOR.
Jauy. 1, 1800.
Cheapest Cash Store
IN TOVWN
JONAS HILLER.
-DEALER I-
Seneral Merchandise.
COTTON BUYER.
Full stock-low prices--just
the place.
Front Street-near the Ferry Landing
Alexandria, La.
HENRY GENIUS,
PRxACTICAL
1WI N E.l
'Manufacturer of Tinware, sbhet...
Ironware, ite.
IW Tinware repaied oin snort notice.
All kinds oftinguttering and
roofing done.
SECOND STREET..
NEXT DOOR TO MI ROSEINfTHA.L'8
, ALEXANDRIA, LA.
DR. - . 3- . .- . -T -,
Ornex: s 1
Cor. Fourth and DeSoto stsai
ALEX d rPIA.
J. FARIAIL.O, R:. WT-LAW
AT IY .JiO'rE T
AT ' T:zS ·ýc·. A A
SEXOLE)jSI
AI'E'~, 4s
-.a -
SALH' - 8rTAh
'JACKSO!( $T,
BETWEEN SEC'ONhD Axgp. T1U
ALEXANDE1SI4
Excelsior- Omnibus F f
·IM'
J, M. ARM8TROnG,·
2:IWI'IUETOR ':
SINGLE AND : DOUBLE 'TEAMS
S addlo Horsea ALWAYS ON, ,.ý
I. ýi.Viti" il "
Shop back of Livery 8t14oic AU
pairiing done w.-tAh ispatch.
of workwkneu iployed:-,- for .
specialty . f 8oj$. 2:,
BOSS GROG Cr
Opposit tho City
igun of th.3i
Fc anilly PrCe
And4 Tob~aee0.
Fine Wines a4L
IMPORTEU8AND)A$S
MARI3LR asi t;~
MA4 AQK tm 0 ;
,Iron' Fencnvg ror `? a
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