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A RETIRED BUSINESS WOMAN.
A Page From Her History.
The Important exderenee, of others are
Intereetlng. The followlg i sno exception:
"I had been troubled wit heart diseaee >
year, much of that tnime vry serlouspy. or
e yoars ! was treated by one pbJylcla coan
tiauously. I was tn bues, bt obliged to
rottre on account of my health. A .pay
slcan told my triends that I could not oe a
month. My fet and Imbs were badly swol
sen, and I was Indeed in a serious condition
when a gentleman directed my attention to
Dr. Miles' New heart Cure, and said that hiS
sister who had beoa alicted with heart die
eao.. bad been cured by the remedy, and was
sa aetrog. healthy woman I purchased
ahotto the heart ure, and ln ol tha
as hour alter taking the Arat dose I could
fee a dtded jImjprovementl therclrculatlo
lood When I had takoe three doees I
.euld Vd ~ankes something I had not
o V my liabs had been swol
n soseemed almost putprled.
SI Ei tse one bottle of the New
dweklllang had all gone dowa
auc better thaUt Idid my own
alt ble nedy."-M- s Morgan,
3L, Chlcaq (Ill
Sew HeartCure, adscoveryof da
esalaeat specialist I heart disease asold by
Sdru t a o a ptve uaranteer msen
bythe Dr. Mlos Medlcal Colkhart, ond..
eept of price. $l per bottle, six bottles fo
S~ express pr id. It s poEtvely fre r
al oplatee or dangerous dirus.
lo3uld by I)rnuggista Ererywhere
ase copy, one year...............75 ceents
Bi month .....................50 cents
WEDIESDAT, ...... JAN. ..
Another cold wave signalized
the advent of 1895.
-Fresh fruit of all kinds to be
had at Rosenthal's grocery.
-Barley and Soup grains of all
kinds at Rosenthal's grocery.
-Flake Homolene, at the gro
esry store of Rosenthal.
-If you want new Buckwheat,
sell at Rosenthal's.
-Purity Mine. Meat, the very
best, for sale at Rosenthal's.
-The finest article of Tea in
town ean be found at Rosenthal'.
-The consensus of opinion from
all portions of the Parish, is to the
effeet, that the unprecedented
freese of last week has enttrely
destloyed the stubble case.
A happy and prosperous new
year, is the greeting of the
LouUIBIAtl I)iMO(c. IT to its many
patrons and "the whole world and
the rest of mankind in general."
Nsw YcEAB's SEBON--ReV.
B. L. Price will preach a New
Years sermon next Sunday morn
ing in the Court House at Eleven
o'clock. His text will be "This
Month shall be unto you the be
ginning of Mouths, it shall be the
first month in the year.
In accordance with the prevail.
ing custom, which makes night
hideous and n hioh is more popular
"in the breach, than in the ob
servance," 1895 was ushered in
Monday night at 12 o'clock by the
ringing of bells, the discharge of
fire arms and the shrill whistles
of all the locomotives which had
to keep up steam for the next day,
so that the water would not be
frozen in the boilers.
-"Winter" and "Summer" were
never more charmingly pietured
than they are this season on
Hoed's Sarsaparilla Calendar.
This calendar is made in the shape
of a heart and is ornamented with
two child faces, lithograped in
bright and natural colors, one
peeping out, amid the snow flakes,
from a dainty cap, and the other
lighted up with all the glory of
summer sunshine. The usual in.
formation about the lunar changes
and other astronomical events Is
given, and the calendar, besides
being "a thing of beauty" is also
useful every day in the year. It
may be obtained at the druggists,
or, if his supply is exhausted, six
cents in stamps should be sent to
C. I. Hood, & Co. proprietors
lood's Sarsaparilla, Lowell, Mass.,
who will forward a calendar free.
For ten cents two calendars will
.-.. -- ,--
Notice is hereby given to all
whom it may eoncern that the
partneaship heretofore exhisting
between Francis E. McDermott
and Frank 8. Kelly, known under
the firm name of McDermott &
Kelly, is hereby dissolved by mu
tnualconseat. Dissolution to take
place Dec. 31, 1894
F. 8. KELLtY.
F. E, MlDtEaoMTT.
PERSONAL AND SHOCIETY
-Mrs. John J. Ferguson left
several days ago on a visit to her
daughter, Mrs. B. M. Quigley, of
-Mr. J. C. Goulden, the excel
lent scenic artist of Alexandria,
visited Oolfax on a business trip
-Mr. George Dorman, an es
teemed citizen of Poland, this par.
ish, was in town Monday shaking
hands with his legion of friends.
-Mr. and Mrs. H. . . Mseley
returned from New Orleans several
days ago, whither they had been
visiting relatives for a brief period.
-The DaMOcRAT acknowledges
an appreciated call Monday, from
the Rev. L. F. Jackson, the able
Divine, who is now filling the pual
pit of the K. B. Church, of this
-Mr. Groves Jarruea has been
tendered and accepted a position
with an Isurance agency into I)al.
Ias, Texas, and will leave for his
new field of operations in a few
-Mr. Allen M. Squyres, of Mel.
der P. O., who was in town Mon.
day, for the purpose of making
final proof on his homestead, gave
as a pleasant call.
-Mr. Wm. Webster and family,
who have been spending the
Christmas holidays in New Or.
leans, returned home one day last
-Dr. B. L. Randolph and family
have moved into the new house,
corner of 3rd and St. James
3treets, recently erected by Mr.
-Dr. M. R. Fisher, an erst-while
resident of Alexandria, but now of
New Orleans, was to town in the
early part of the week, exchang.
iog greetings with his many
-Her host of friends will. be
glad to learn that the charming
Miss Mary Keater is in the city,
for the purpose of attending the
Lecaze.Oheney nuptials to-night.
-The DuMocaaT acknowledges
the receipt of an invitation to at
tend the New Year's Hop, at the
Alexandria Opera House, tomorm
-The Rev. Joseph Gateler, of
Shreveport, arrived in Alexandria
last Thursday night and pmxformed
the rite of circumcision the next
day upon the infant son of Mr.
and Mrs. B. Ginsberg.
-Mr. W. H. Boyle, the popular
confectioner of Alexandria, moved
yesterday into the Stanley building
on Second Street, adjoining the
one formerly occupied by him,
where he he will continue to cater to
the wants of the public.
-Miss Mary 8. Cross, one of
the accomplished and emcient
teachers of the Publio Schools of
Alexandria, returned from Baton
Rouge Monday evening, whither
she had been to spend the Christ.
mas holidays with her parents.
-We regret to learn that Hion.
R. 8. Perry, one of the Judges of
the Court of Appeals for the 3rd
Circuit, has been stricken with
paralysis, from which it is not
likely that he will recover. This
will oreate a vacancy sad give the
Governor another opportunity to
exercise the power of appointment.
But uas the appoinatmeat will coa
tinue only for a very limited pe.
riod, the probability is that law
yers of ability, reputation and In
erative practice will not besiege
the executive mansion in countless
numbess soliciting the favor.
- Col. Andrew Thorpe, one of
the brilliant legal luminaries of
the Alexandria hbar, than whieb
none Is more resplendent, left yes
terday for New Iberia, where be
will reside in the future and en.
gage in the practiee of his profes
sion. While the departure of him
self and estimable family is a sa
rious loss, professionally sad so.
cially, to the people of Alexandria,
our sister town of New Iberia will
benefit in proportion to our leoss.
We wish him unbounded success
in his new field of operations and
trnst that his reoogntzed legal
abilities and shobolarly attainments
will be appreciated at their hull
worth by the Iberia clientele.
MAsntAon Liomisn.-The .d.
lowing licenses have been lassed
by the Clerk of the Court durfng
the past week:
Whites-Btephen L. BSasser anad
Miss Lsanrette Cromp; John B.
Holloway and Mrs. O. mitbh.
Oolored-Isaac Jackson and
Ella Dickerson; Dan Anderson
and Emma Gray; Sidney A. Wil
liams and Louis Jones; James
Butler and Mary Jane Zols; Mack
Roberts and OGrace Holmes; Looli
Washington and Josepaine Davis;
Walter Gaaines and Ernestine Mad.
lion; Oriffen Baker and BSallie
Williams; Thos. Dabsey and Mary
Morris; H. K. Blackston Jr. sad
Mary Starka; John Jones and
In deference to the wiebes of bi.
many friends, the
HOJ. THOS. CIRAWLET,
the present ineumbent, baa consented to
b-e. me a eandidate for re-election to the
of Mayor, and the DlJuocrst has
been autherised to announce his name
for that position, at the munueipal el
sion to be held on January 'Ilk, i65
W We are authoriaed to sanmasee
UR. . . Wli iN,
as eandidate for the olee of Mayor, at
the municipal election to be held on the
7th of January, 18%.
1'We are authorised to announes
ne H. S. . 60451S,
as a candidate for the oaeo of Mayor, at
the munacipal election to e boheld on the
7th of January, 1i9S.
W We are sathorised to announee the
a. C. DUKR,
as a eandidate fbr reeleetion to the ore
of Treasurr, ast'the ity eleetion to he
held on the 7th day of January 186.
WThe DaxocaT? Is uthorised to
A. 3. RACIAL,
the Present naeumbent, a a candidate
for re-election to the poeltion of City
Comptroller, eleetion January 7th, 1356.
--Mr. and rs. U. M. Moore
have opened up the Stonewall
Hotel, at Alexandria, for the so.
oommodation of the traveling pub
lio. This hotel is a new building
and the furniture, bedding, etc., is
also new and of the latest stylel,
and taking all in all, it is the finest
hotel in the State outside of New
Orleans. Mr. Moore is a pleasant
and agreeable gentleman; under.
stands how to run a hotel and
make his patrons comfortable. ,
We have known Mrs. Moore, who
is the sister ot our good friend,
Tom Charles, from childhood, and
a more peasant, refined and agree.
blh lady cannot be found; in fact, I
she is no less popular among her
friends and acquaintances, than
her brother Tom, the clever, go.
nial knight of the grip. With such
a bhost and hostess those who avall
themselve of the hospitality of
the Stonewall Hotel, oan rest as
sated that they will receisolve the
very best of treatment at their
hands. Don't fail to stop there
when in Alexandria. - [Lake
-We afind the followig in the
Picayune of Dee., 28th from Glen. 1
morn, this Parish;
On Christmas night a ball was
given on Ten.mile creek in the
southwest portion of Bapides par.
isb. Sometime during the even
ing Pink Bauton went out to warm
himself by a log fire, sad as he was
returning to the house, on the gal.
lery, hbe was shot by some unknown
person, two buookshots en
tering his left side and sev.
oral entering his arm. He
staggered into the house and was
allowed to sit down on the floor in
one corner of the room. The .
dancing continued uninterruptedly
until morning. Buxton bled vera
freely and medieal aid was sent i
for. On Christmas night or
Ohristmaa eve, one year ago, Bos
ton's brother was killed in the
same locality and in the same I
ANorTHS TAVErSTY UPoN m
TrIAL Br JUor.-Another tray
esty has been recorded upon the
hitherto ineastimable and sacred
right of trial by Jury. A mistrial.,
has been entered in the proseona
tion of the 8tate against Kane sad
Thrifdey, two of the New Orleans
boodle coandilmen, tried last week
for asocepting bribes in their oM. i
cial capacities and justice is once
more defeated. The evidence
against these men seemed to have I
been conlsive, the Distriot Attor*
ney and his assistants presented the
cases in an able manner and dis.
charged their duty faithfully, seal.
ously and eeiently, sand yet four
of the jury, after being locked up
for nearly five days and nights
taeitly declare, by their persistent
refusal to agree to a verdict ofil
guilty, that the ancsed lsidermen
are not guilty of the charges pre.
ftrred against them. It will not
take many more sucb straws as
tbis to break the camePa back of
ptience of the people of liew Or.
lens and again deluge the streets
either i the blood of the sequi-t
ted prisoners or of the reremnt
and prostitauted jurors.
-On the 28th ultmo, Mrs.
Emmas D. , .N. Southworth, one
of the most charming and in2erest
'ing of Amerieona novelists and
better known to readers of fation
as the author of "Betribation, at
tained her seventy fifth birth day.
She is a resident of Georgetown,
D.. . and her declining years are
watched with filial solicitude by
her son atnd his wife.
LIST OF UNCAUJED FOR LET
Remalning in the Alexandris La., Post
Ofoe for the week ending Nov. 26th,
1914. if they are not ralled for within
f.urrten days from date, they will he
eant to the Dead Letter Omce. When
ralling for any of the.e letter., please
SAlesandria, DV Anderson,
Elrettea Brits, B Brady,
L Brady, J Broon,
C V LIDenlon, Wealey Coekerham,
J A FYegeo, T L )avis,
seal OGdeon, Tip Gollher,
Tillman Howard, R C Grace,
Mi ieKatie Harpking M1.. Lizzie Hopk c.,
Ben Harris, Ben HNtman,
Jno Jackson, Jae Jaskmon,
Mish R King, Priscella Jones,
Harry King, Mrs Robt Kelay,
Mib. Fanny Little Henry Kemper,
Ml. Allies lewise, Mlis Conran. LoVll,
MiLs Rebecy Mergan J M Meadows,
Jae Merry, Jno Mrim,
Mratsheney Pnasket, Theo Madison,
Willie Power, Joe Phillips,
J H Price, A B Parker,
Joe Stewart, Mi.. Ella Sullivan,
SWW Robertson, Eban oor,
Jenest Scott, Miss Lisa lommons,
Eddie Suitan, Wm Smith,
FM Stal, Rev Albase Steball,
W N Stevenaon, tlit Smith,
W T Wright, Jno D Wright,
Jae F-William, Mrs Cefery Walliasm
-Chatter Box for 189e, at Fer.
-Mrs. Emma M. BDillio died at
her residence, "Roosalie" Plants.
tion, near, Mooreland in Rapides
Parisah, Monday night,, Dec., 31st
1894. The deceased was about 45
years of age and was a daughter
of the late Judge Gervais Baillio
and Brst saw the light of day upon
the plantation where she died.
The interment took place yesterday
afternoon, in accordance with the
rites of the Catholic Church, in
the cemetery at Pineville. To the
surviring daughters of the d.e
ceased, Mrs. Wm. lolk, Mrs. U. O.
Swayszie, Mrs. Jack Barrett and
the Misses. Matand Lesale BJll.
lio, the D1txoucAT offers its sym.
pathetic condolence in this hoar of
their greatest affliction.
Mr. Charles Afeman died at the
residence of his father, Mr. C. A.
Afeman, on Bayou Lamoorl. in
this Parishb, on Saturday, Dec.,
29th 1894. The deceased was
about 22!years of age, but fell a
victim to the ravages of typhoid
fever, in the full Tigor of earls
manhood, after an attack of four
teen days. His remains were in.
rerred in the Catholic cemetery in
Lecompte on Sunday afternoon
Dec., 30th. The decseased was a
brother of the Misses Afeman, of
this city, to whom and their aged
father, the DxIMOCAT tenders sin
core sympathy in the great be
reavement which they have sue
State of Louslana-Parish of Rapide-
Tenth Jdieiial Distdei
ae -Duwa n Hayau)
ft. ' Na 4961.
Fzux lM. W tsca. S
BY VIRTUE OF AND TO 8ATI8FT
an order of Seizure and Sale, ieuaed
from the Honorable the Tenth Judicial
DistriotCourt and to me directed as 8her
if of the Pariah of Rapidee, Loualsana,
commanding and authorising me to spee
ally seise the hereinafter desribed prop
erty, belonging to . Defendant, F. M.
Webb, I have eeised and will ofer for
sale at Public Auction to the last and
highest bidder, at the front door of the
Court House in the Town of Alexandria,
La., between the honrs preseribed by
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, sD., A. D.
the following described property specially
A certain piece or parcel of gronad, be
ng, ing sad situated ina the Parish of
RapiderLouisana, in what is known as
Weloh Addition to the Town of Alexan
dria and described as Lots Number Sev
enteen and Eighteen of Square No. Five
of the said Welub Addition as per map
made and published and duly of record in
thbl said pih and State, each of said
loas avinga front on Bhirland Avenue of
Fifty feet and running back in parallel
lines the distance of One hundred and
forty-two feet to an alley in rear. Bound
ed in front by Shirland Avenue, in rear
by said alley, on one side by Julia Ave
nue, and on the other aide by Lot Num
ber Sixteen of said equare, with all the
buildings and improvements thereon,
rights, ways and privileges thereto be
Terma of 8ale-Cah, ub ject to ap.
praieemant. D. T. STAFFORD,
Sheriff Parish of Rapides.
January 9d, 1895.
THE PUBLIC IS NOTIFIED NOT TO
trade for two certain promisslory
notes dated December, 15th 1893, each
for the sum of Seventy-fve (675) dollar,
made sad id by Mrs. Louisa E Mitoh
ell, authorized by her husband, Wa. R.
Mitebell. to her own order and by her
endorsed, and payable reepeoetesly on
tbshe d days of January, 1 and 1896
and parpbed "No Varietur by L. L.
Hoos, Notary Public, as amid notes have
been let or tialaid.
Mae. Astm s Gsseow,
L. L. Lu.
irssr c.. stre s ae n
teb sa Yi ur imatLer
areno wasnd unne s thcg
rsees, andae allw abo
e.M. Fear y Ca.
means so much more than
you imagine-serious and
fatal diseases result from
trifling ailments neglected.
Don't play with Nature's
f troea aetfoirl
BIt wn esons weam
sad geasrafty eL -
ad n a't work,
Ibegtnat e-- e ou
It ony eItescs Iret Dit.
. A few bet.
Bitter ' r rs
s1aI Vnd it's
p_,e -t- tIO ake.
Dya.spsL, I dmAsy sa vTer S
Cornilpatca, Bi dood
Mabas, NNoou d 3mtas
CrGet only the i uea i -lt lute sd red
_lio nesr o F the p. All otters are sub
ntoutte.0. On recpt of Iwo . stamps we
will amid set of Tea rseotael Wirld'l
Paer Yiws sad book-free.
BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, MB.
State of Lonisrana-Parish of Rapids.,
Tenth Judicial District
nae. IsABrLLAt R. HAAS bn ALA)
vs. No 4324.
HItU or ANDoeroN McNU*rr.
P-UR$UANT TO A COMMISSION AND
order of sale issued from the Honor
able the 10'h'Judicial District Conrt and
to mn directed a Sheriff and ex.ordcio
Auctioneer of she Parish of Rapide, Lta.
commanding and authorising me to sell
for cash, for th purpose of effecting
partition, afteor dioe and legal advert me
mantl and in aceordanoe with law, the
hereinafter described property belongiug
to the Suceselon of Anderson Mchntt,
decesed, as per mnentory on file in the
above numbered and entitled record, o
will offer for sale at public auction, to
the last and highest bidder, at the front
door of the Court House, in the Town of
Alexandria, Rapidse Parish, La., between
the boursn preseeribed by law, on
SATURDAY. JANUARY S6th, A. D.
the following described property, to-wit:
A certain tract of land oo plantation
being, lying and situated in the Parish of
Rapidse and State of Louisiana, contain
ing the quantity of One Thousand (1000)
acres raont or lees, bounded on the South
by Beon yo apide., on the East by land.
oF. esp, on the West by lands of 8.
Weilaund on the North by lands of E. J
Barrett and Heirs of Cruikshank and
lying in Sections 23, 38, 24, 37, 25 and 36.
in Township 4, North, Range 2, Wat,
louth of Red River, together with ail
the improvements thereon.
Terms of 81ae--Cash to the last and
highest bidder for what the property will
bring. D. T. STAFFORD,
Sheriff and ex-ofoio Auctioneer.
DeT . T 6th, 18C. W.
ims Caee iToas c)io the om.
W HEREAS, C.- W.. OWEN. OF CHE-!
31rRdNYVILLE, La.D., dom189ited in
Sthe ToParish of Rapidemr, ha filed in the
Norablee is the Treb ienth Judicial District
dourt in and forn, the said Parish ander
o the sd petition for been pnte, praying, that
all the proeedings againast the property of
said pC. W. Ow ad stayed andOe that s
meeting of hit e meetinor of the orndit
ost dy of January, A. il be held85 before
fo vi a L. Hooe, Notary Public at hs isce
nome l the Citown of Alexandria, La., on
doth or may eo31nern, That theJary A. D.er
of the said petition hbe men fra of one-d, thirdat
all the pmone duge isagaCredit bthe proptendry
end for sis () montsW, Owe-tnird for nie
taymoat and that m loting of the redit-,
ortele aid C. W. mons, will be held be-o,
18sh6,ll to deliberate and determine whether.
the rWsite for the Hpymet of one-third Jmes
the amounthe Tenth JCredicitors be extend-ic
ed for nd (6) montd one-thirnd for nined
seal officially at Alexandria, La., this 22d
day of December A. D. 1894.
C. L, RANSDELL,
'lN DERTA2 EKR
- ANlD DALIR -
METALLIO - and - RO8swooD
Corner Lee and Fifth Sts.,
IIIAI Vflf0I Do PVET
SLI IUII IIULI.
Neatest No.kiejO3t @ Cher.ept
Store in Town.
Be not BLI ND to your own interest, but make one dolliar
do double duty in these hard times, and the RACKET is
where you can get your bargains. Note our prices:
Boys' Knee Pantst....................................25 cents
S ait .. ................................... * .... * " .18.,* '.
" Overshiti ......................................*15
" Jeans l'ants............ . ...................*.45 ,
" Undersuits ........................................... ,'
Children's Vests, size 16, - - - 10 cents.
Children's Wotol Mittens ................................. 20 cents
Ladies' Blac.k OJashlmere Gloves .............................15 "
SVests ...............................................18 "
c" ombination Suits ..................................90 "
" All Wool Vents....................................0 "
Men's Nice IDress Pants..............................$1 25 to *3 00
SJeans Pants................................... 65 to 1 40
Nobly Flannel Shirts.............................. 40 to 85
Men's Undershirts...1$o to $1 15 Ladies' Wrappers ....75 to 1 10
" Drawers .......21 to 1 15 Alarm tlucks........75 to 1 25
" Gloves .......30 to 1 00 Crown Sad Irons, set. 1 00
Jumpers ............ 25 Chair Bottoms....... 7 and 10 et
Overalls ..........30 to 50 Curling Irons ....... 5 et
Corsets .............25 to 1 00 Dunlap Derby Hats..$1 75
Turkey Feather D)usters ................................20 cents
Baby Caps ... ...............................25 to 85 "
Tinware, Hardware, Etc.
We expect a now outfit of Christmas Toys, Christmas
Cards, Children's A B C Books, etc.,
MCDERMOTT & KELLY.
AMERICAN - WATCH - DEPOT.
Railroad Watches Regulated and Adjusted for Railroad Use.
Every One of These Watches Will Pass te inspector.
In Solid Sliver Cases, In Solid 14 Karat Gold In Heavy olid (ol
. W, Raymond, Gilt, Flled Cases. ases 14 Karat Fins.
15 Jeaels, l23 00 B. W. Raymond, Oilt, B. W. ransnd, Gill.
B. W. Raymond. Nickel, 15 Jewels, -0O 00 1B Jewels, $50 00
15 Jewels, 25 00 li. W. Raymond, Nickel, . W. Raymond, iehl,,
Appleton, Tracy & Co. 15 Jewel, $35 00 15 Jewel., d 00
Gilt, 15 Jewels, *2 50 Appleton, Tracy & Appon, Tracy & C..
Appleton, Tracy & Co. Gilt, 15 Jewels, 10 00 (lit, 15J.wel 00
Nickel, 15 Jewels, $25 00 Appleton, Tracy & Co. Ail,15 Je Tracy & C6
CreecentStreet Mickel $30 01' Nickel, 15 Jewels, $35 00 Nce,5 Jwels,
- Crescent Street ilekelI4 00 CteIoelt Str t,
Fally Garaateed and Warranted. S'*t by Exprcu, Ceilectea lsMlvery,.Auywhler
Headquarters for Ladies' Watches. Solid Gold Jewelry. Silver and Tableware.
Rings, Bangles and Badges made to order. Key Winding Watches
changed to Stemwindera.
JOHN J. FEROGUSON,
Practical - Watchmaker - and - Jeweler,
Sooond Street, - AlA xand1ria, La.
Clothing, Furnishing Goods,
- AND -.
FROM THE OLD RELIABLE
O. LAZARD COMPANY LIMITED,
The- Ol1 - Rpelsable - One-Prie
Qlothiee, F7runis`hesod tt.e ,
29, 31 and 33 Canal street, cor. North Peters,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
Ohoice City and Suburban Property
ON LIST FOR SALE.
IF" For particulard regarding property, call on or ad
dress It. W. BRIGHURST,
ER' - STAR - WIMPOIU
BRANCH - STORE
In the JOE STERIX building, corner Thir d and Jack
son streets, ALEXANDRIA, LA.
Under the management of Messeers. 8. D. Weil and A.
-C.ABBIEB A FULL LINB OF
Men's and Boys' Clothing, Hta Calp Gent' Furnishinlg
Goods, Etc. No 8hbddy Gooda for sale In our
Nothing can be found on oar counters but the best quality of goods
and at prices to correspond with the prevailing "hard times."
Give as a call and inspect our Goods before pnrehashing elsewbs sad be coariaced
that we msn bnsineb.