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fFrom the CousMtta Times.] I
Ob home, sweet. sweet hone ! \\W'it u
.age but dettlaonsa emllotions thrill "1'
the heart as the symlphouies of that B-h
beautiful word smnite the tohlds of i
eulnolr and of love! The earlie*t o 1yea
aollectiol of vouth are of tht'hnt 0te
ce, that hleaven-fiven habitatiou
where divine lessons fell tromi a lnoth
era lips, and the sage counsels and ad- "tli
Smon itiis of a tather, implaltedl themni-d
selve a poo tire oung ind with in
eradicable tee. W alder wherever tI
uman may in the brad, seething,
tmultuous world; amid whateet r l "
tcene may be cast his eventful lifet; -,
surrounded with whatsoever assoiua
tions and circuuistauces among the
grand, living, moving meas ses of earth, tY
there is ever an hour when the uemno- hi
rv offhome, his childhoods home, will t.
transport his mental vision to by ',oIe t
years, and cause him to tlbhold the 1'I
very siuilitude of the sceees and places , ,
ft early days. No change of season
or time or place can ever banish fron ,
the humlah heart, the longing, linger-l.
ing contemplation of the happiest u io
tneeltit arths _rl1'.'ioln; tlhome ' kh
Inents hallowed in memory by the son
renirs of happy childlhool. Ah, how
mtad and desolated must hw that Illal's ti
heart, across whose tentril thie incense S
of a mothers love never quavere lI
among the bowerns ot chiltldhoodl home!
How callus and insensate Imust it be, '
if it can not recall momielts sptiet ill
holy aspirations at the Itnothers knee;l
or in listenilng to ia fathers daily ilio
cationsl of God's blessings upon thel fr
dear ones of his heart, as they ascend- ii
ed at vesper hour to the Great Throne: lin
or which can not reulelnber the testi\ve
sports of childhoods prattlinlg hours
uamong the dells and hills of his natal
habitation ! I
But oh ! if there be one place of earth li
holier than another it is when roaming II
,discontenltel d man buil ts the worht's of
love out of sight, and tAidsa a paradli.se
by the hearth-stone of the home of his tI
n'manhood hours. It is there that no s
-vexatious cares tfor worldly coucerns a
may rise up as grin spectres to disturb 1
ithe ,unuingled felicities of his soul;
b:ut, with the cerished, 1,recio.s g
treasures vouclhsafist from on Hligh, t
lie finds a safe .syl.unn, a very reftigce
fromn the colntasination of earthly van- C
ities and viees, may if he choose, gtlh- Ih
er unto tllmselfall of the highest, aud s
noblest and most hallowed blmessings i
of our -ublunitry existence. Then too,
no nman realises, or can realize the
depth, land the height :and lthe breadth ti
ot the meantag of the word HOME till
he has wandered and strayed away o
fromt his household gods. Ah. then it '
is that the heart cries eat with the la- (
muentations of gritt£, A.n1 longing love -
and despair tfr tlwe restoration ef,its
idolsh Then it is, that billows of icny
less gloom sweep over the soul. a1nd - 1
the world, with all its glare and po~iI
4and glittering pleas-ures 4t! give rn
relief or joy or hope; at, struggling t
and battling to seem what it is not- t
struggling and battling to seem jo'loout
and careless and full of hIlaoe and
buoyancy % hen its 4-very ct-H is a t~
withered grss sand as a 'parhctl sa
hara, that heart lmoans an and sighis,
with none to hear ,the echoof its lpuin
tive woes but its own iaaerself. At
last, may"hap, if fate, or btortane. or it' I
4iod, in whliom alone " we live andu
move and have our bling," wills, nd li
it man be true to hinmself, the gloonmi
will be disnipated, and 1Hme w ill again -
appearL to the weadeer, nW hlmapiy
hleaaUrt will sing p I of Jiy t his
advent. Ah there is no word so full i
ot rich melokt uand reminiscences
noone so piotetll to awakeln tile snluInra - I
ig echlloes of hepmstL; onaen tlhat can I
preaeat to the -tllltmpilton of lian
nuch a oaab@4ilSk isa oee syllable otfI
the highlest 4llt i. ie~et and grandlestI
aQpiratiosof e hleart as the little;
simple word, Hon e.
CorTn A.-CI~orFA.-.The tediolns
session et the hupareme Court at Pitts
tietd was relievted by an ilicident, emla
lday Last week, that drelw a little smile.
A leadling member of the bar, rather
noted for his strategy of confusing
witeses by working them ilnto a pas
dloe, had atlder crosaxaolinationt a
womad who seemed an apt sabyjet for
his fvorite ta.tics; haviug wounld
her up to the desired pitch, lie inquir
edi, " M&adam, are you now living with I
your first or second husband ?
"Thata's nose of your buginess !"
sharp and short. With an air of of
fended dignity theattorney turned to
Chisf Justioc Brighma, who remarked
with a smile, "1 think the witness is
about right in that, is she not f"
Which reminids the older membhers of1
the bar of a similar ImisaiLventure that
a still more distinguished nainber of
the Berklhire bar once met witlh at
the hands of Jntico tShaw. " W\\'here
did you get the money with which yon
7 made the purchase spoken cofT" asked
the " learned brother" of a witlneis lul
der the totres of croMss-examIinutiio .
" None of your (gentle expletiv e) iusi
neas!r thaundrered the victim. ' Now,
may it please you, are counsel to be
insulted ti this manneri appealed
Slahwyer. " Witness," said thel Chief
Juotioe, eompasionately, "do you
wish to chbange your last answer 1'
" No, sir, I don't." " Well, I wouldn't
if I were in your place." And the
chMekie that shook the beneh was atu
There is a "Mother in Israel," living
-an Niles, Michd., 'ao in 109 years old.
'1 In 5 f.rtae ; love feast habe declared
that shabe had enjoyed religion one
onens buned years, and for that :ame
period has been a member of the
Methodlat Church. It is probable that
m. is the oldest church nlember ofany
\4mlmoa intion in the worMl.
How Pat Told the News.
Pat O'llara, or ,Old Harry," as we cidl
uised to call him. ran a simall one horse w
wiagoI. iU old uinling tinllue, letween ti·
Blile ilch" h and Copewr City. lie wa fin
Sllitbriiniin, pretty well advatlced in hi
years, uud his two prouluient charac
teristics were--first, a renuuirabhle
volutility, which reudered any collinmu- of
uication with himi a matter et" tilme and !is
patience ; alnd s&econdly, his utter inia- I
bility to do anything correctly, provi- hi
ded there was aiily possible wayi ofi
tasking a blunder.
Relwated exlKerilneiits had demoil
.i itra'ed it to be utterly fultle to it ti
teml!pt to sendll any verbal message by al
P'at, as witless the tiallowiing example : iih
Major Fitzgerald had died of pleri
sy fever, arri as lPat was just startinrgi
for the l. ulchi, a message was Cgiven i
hint to deliver to te Maj)loir's frends l
there, tIhlt -when nearly well of the li!
e pleurisy lie was taken with srieltiltiit ti:
of a relapse, and drlopped off very ud It
Arrived at the Ciileh, ,lhnsnt the
tirst wait Pat met was the Major's a
brother-in-law, who, having heard of st
his illiness, was of course anxious to w
know how he did. e
"Vell, Vat, what's the news from
the ity-h-low~ is the Mitjor !"
l"Top o' the mor'in,' yer alner.
l Sure, it's had lock oftent brings good
luck, an' it's good luck I have of matin' i
.yer ainner, for regardin' the Major, sure
I've a message colisarniug him for yer
sel, as was towld tee not three hours
ago, jilt forninst Phil Maaigani's shie
bteni lup to Copper City by the Major's
friend, the gotssoon as slilshed Ilie dud
I, heen last Chliristinast moriin,' wid aci
lick from a-" Ii
"'Well, well, no matter about all tl
that. \What's the word about the i
h '"Sure, it's only a good word I ever v
like to, sad~l, er a;ner, of a Fitzgerall, 4
one of tlhe owldest families of tile owihl P
e4icouthry ; and through tihe O'Hlra's b
thellselv'es haiis notll ill to It st ot7 ye'll Ii
sallike well of the pipers if yer father's 7
a tiddler-- and by that saine token do 0
Sye inilid, eionsarnliig the message l'im Kt
dc liverin' to yer aiellcr, sure ltck Man
gan, hiinit wid w'a-i eye. as fiddles up) id
, to the city. and for the iimatter o' that'll a
cover the biuckle himiself quite tidy,
comes out o' the cabin, all' Pat, tsays c
hlce,rernilmber ivery word of the mnes
Ssge, says lie, and more hetokeils thle-=-'
"But what is thgemessage " said the 4
listener, getting imupatient.
.ISuore, anll' I'm disoursin'll the same
i to yet anlner, for the gossotln, d' y'r
i iliditI, as smlashed mnc plil to smith
t' ereeins. ;itame racuin' tip to ime like mad,
as I stoppel tiorinst the cabin 'an'
It'vye know the M1ajor F says he, all outd i
o' w\\id rannin.' 'l)oes a cow knlow
hclover 0 by sight,' say 1. 'Shure i thet,'
says he, 'yer to say,' an jiat thin In I
ceaiught- sight of a wotmani takin' onl an'
cryingll in the wilndy of the house, aitld 1
si h re ycr holnor it's as great a pity to t
eie at wotman o ti cr a ga oos go bare- I
t fir <md 't sure it's somnletthi' asth. ay' I
I " \'o. intithal bag of wind," roared
Stihe listener,. out of all manner ot pa- p
tieulc, w lhat have . oii got to tell mne
I about the Major t plleak !"
', "Sire it it not spakin' I am entire- t
-t , ly, anid it's ball words I lave to spake. t
l i Hut, it's as go4dK to eat the divil as to t
yId dhtuk the l'-oth he's biped in, sure ; anud
I vetr inner would listen to the messageI
like numeelt, that was all ears like a I
jll iackel whtil I heslrd its and sorrl a
I lortd *ft buit-"
I " What is it " ,aid the Rnri fully
ill aroused aunditor, seizing Pat by the
I throiat, ' Out with it, ur I'll straugle
" Och, inurthru! Sure, I know er
i i honor \oll't gr for to
" , ,Yes, I will what in it f)
St " urtC, he tohi oe--"
l l ' ell, go on," giving poor iat a
eshHe thait muade his teeth rattle like
I dice in a box.
'' That the Major-"
Is- ,, Y', go ot."
s- " Was most well of the-fleurirsy,
le. ", And--and-and what " with an
aer shake that nuide P'ats teeth chatter.
ng " An' was taken in somebody's lap,
as- and dropped off very slovetnly said
ao Pat deslpenrtttely, " an that's arl!'
ir- A correspondent of a New York pa
ith per relates a touching inst.,ICte t in
t I sect instinct as follows: " I fountd a
S!" cwckro:ach struggling in a bowl of wa
of- ter. I took hIAi a peanut shell for a
to boat. I put bbm in it amd gave him
;ed two wooden toothpicks for oars, and
,is left hiim. The next morning I \visited
t" himiu, anid hIe had put at pit-e of wBlte
of cot toan thread on one of the toothlpicksn,
at aid 5et the toothphik ti ot etl as aS
ot sigtial of distlress. He had a hair on
at the other toothpick, and there that
re eockroach sat a fishing. The cock
oi roach exhansted, had fallen asleep.
ced The sight melted me to tears. I never
ll. hIlad to chew leather to get a soul. I
o.was born with one. I took that cock
ri oach out, lgave him a spooliful of
it, gruel anti left. That atimal never for
be got that act of kiltdaess; mand no 1ny
led I hoase is chock tfhll of cokroachetes."
ou A Nebraska man lhas invented a
r r' powerfnl, double-actiug salve, which
In't shows powers never before exhibited
the byv salves of any kind. The in-veltor
au- accidentally cut off the tail of a tame I
wolf, and ilmnediately aplhlying sitie I
of the salve to the stump, a newtail
ng grew out. Theu picking up the )ld1
tail, he applied some of the salve to
l the raw end of that, and a wolf gr-w
tred out; but he wae a wild wolf and had
one to be shot.
the A chaplain at a state prison was
that msked by a friend how his parishioners
any were. "All under eaonrvieti m" 'rn
A ITUIvalAT's TIABTLI'rY TW Al
WIFE'S Bll.s.-An action was de- A
cided in Phlliladelphia last week, b3y
.Judge Thayer, in favor of a husihatnb
who haid been sued by a dry goods
firm for the amlotint oft' a bill run up by t
his w ile. I)etenue set up that detfen- wit
dart tifrnished his wife with ample r,
snpljly of Ieceessries. In the course
of his chlarge, J.udge'Tbayer said : (It (
is a false and ftoolish notion for trades
people to entertain that a husbped is
Isouind to plia all bills contracted by
his wife. No such nmonstruous doc
trine is allowed in the law. Trades''
men must ascertain the facts and the
true relahiotis of manu anld wife before
allowing the latter to run up bills which
he is to be looked to to 1py.
An old gentleman from nMethilen, dth
.lrs. stopped in front of a dwelling- s
house at I,-trellce, tronl which a red
flag was flying, ahld inqullred when the
olluse was to be sold. lie wa.inforti d
ed that it was a smallplox and not an
' auction flag. The gait that old man t.
si strnck for the other sidle of the street
a would heat the best time the Dexter
ever made. tr
it R OD` a crs t" t th
L r[,L PERSONS are hereby hoti
tied not to trade for or pur
chatse the following bonds of thle Po
lice Jur.iy of Rapides Parish, dated on
11 the 3d day of March 16$, and signed 7
(, by 1). 1). A'rden, as l'resident, to-wit : it
1st. One certain bond drawn in fi- h
,r vor of John Ilogan, as Administrator st
I, of the Succession of .lohn llogani, Sr., si
if payable oil the 3d day- of Ma-rch 1870', D
'S bearing im.terest at eight (8) per cent
11 !rom date as above, for the suot of One
'shoosand Lelars. For the Interest
to on the said Imlnd, there is a couponl at
ii ta'hed to the said bond.
V- 2nd. A cert:ain other bond, of same l
P date, to the same party, ,lohi Bogan, l
II as Administrator, for the like ,sum of
, One Thousand Dollars, with interest
co(ul ptn attaehied, payable on the 3:;
( day of MJarcl' 1871.
:3fll. A certain other bond of same -
e date, in taver of the sante party, for
Sthie al e slt m of One 'ho.sola'l .IolIllars,.
with interest coutpoit att'achedl, payable
on the 3 day of Marclh t872:
And also the following bonds of
samnie date, and also signed by 1). 1). t
.rden as Prsident of Police Jury, as Ht
follows to wit:
1st. A e'l tain bond of tlhkve date,
I made inl favor of A. Miltenbuiger ot';
17 New Orleans, tor the snm of sNeen
Id llunded and 0O--lOt) Dolkwrr' with in
to I terest at eight ptr cent from matulrity, i
_ anld payable on the 3dki day of March
pt, If th i9.i
2nd. A certain other bond; in frt 'dr
,' of the same Iparty, fior tihe like sum,
A- with like interest, payable on tile d
(e day of March 1870.
All the said Bonds were i-suned Iby
" the Polic Jury without authority. and
e. for a cotnsiderationl, which the Consti
to tution tortbids, and are therefore void
ld1 aind the Parish of lta:lides are inot
w-1e o HInd for the :;acme. -Notice is there
f t fe given to whom it vma.y coucern
a that they will not be paid, nor received t
in Ilpayment of Taxes ; alid that ii they
v trade for them they do it at their own
le JOHN CLEMENTS,
President Police Jury.
UNI (TU tiTAT'ES TAX SALES.
TAX COLLECTORS SALE.
a t'nited States--vs. Owin King.
"ke VIRTUE of the power votedl ill me as
DJeiptY Collector of Internal Rcvwnue for
the 2nd Diltrict of Louisiana, by Siectiin :30, of ,
an Act of CongreAs, datte4d Jly 13th 1,it66.
I will pracued to sell t pnhllie auction St I
i ny ofticS, in the town of Alhxandria, on
Eriday, th~e Itl day of Januar: 1872,
at 12 o'clock M , the following dotcribed goods
' I I of buckles aid rih, for saddlery,
•id : .addhles. and 2 aides of leather,
1 Lot of Webbing and Girthing,
1 Lot of Tools, all valued at $11,,00.
Said good and chatthle, ibelonging to one
P- Owen Kin nd dsold thr fatldue to pay i-pcil
in- Tax for the year IS!I0.
Sa TIt.uwS oF SaFt :-CASII, in U. S. Tr-eur"
Nots. A. J. WHITTIER,.
r a bspty Collector, U. S. L R.
im AteXandrlia La, Dec. 231 1871
S TAX ('OLLECTOR)L SALE.
Be n Y VIR'TUE of the plwer c¢sted in me as
L 3 pnty Collect r of internal Revenue for
the 2nd Distri't ofl Atilaena. by &ettlod :30,
So,,f an Act of CongMs. dated Jnly 15th t iSl
on I will proceed to sell at pllic ecties at
Iatmy ofBee, in the town of Alexautiti$, Sn
ek- Friday, the lth day of Jtmar. 1872,
Cl. at 12 o'cloek M,, the followiu deecribed pro
,r perty to klt:
I Lat2 and 3, Sqare InB, .ogslbrft 'aBj '
ck-the buildings aud unprovements tlhereon, med
thereunto belonging. o01 Yr fainrs to ,sS
of Income Tax for 166 srad 15I', and Special Ta
for for the year t.iO.
my Tnams or ea-ll-CAR . U.
Notes. f L '
Alexndria La., D- ,.
nh SUCCESSIOK 8ALg.
ted ,neeaemton of Johq dd6 ' ) bLgtd
,tor fTY VrfrTE rt on'lI'ar Ind h7
tme D I t-' Honorbli Pauia b J10 01 V
e *ale to tbh lat and higteus t
tail C,onru oem dor, in h T ofnf i.nflC,
old Vernon Pariah La., o.*
Sto Saturday, the 20th ot Janltar 1872,
r- tkh following deel et l.r el of land be'tloe
bad in to said suceession, a the usual houra o
The Soeth-flm aitsmr of Soutbh-F5t qits?
ter of&setion trsutt3 enie (Zt), and South
West quarter of So~uth- t rter of 1Ce
thin twentystx (t1S),' 3,P . ansl 1'0,
nera Vernon Pariah Louisiana, Fat e the apet,
to pay the debts r ait. &aecs,,
J. B.te dEE, Admir i -t a _r.
eftbh See. fJn. M~sme, ~ec'd.
SRWIS1H TO INFORM MY 'T'S- bet
touters and the public gmenenilly.
that I have just arrived from the ('ity,- am
with a fresh supply of Dry Goods and Ie,
Groceriest consisting of T1
..I1J r'tIHtI)rC S SITOt) Of AfLL S1E'2S.
Also a large lot of the best Brand of
-W: _-, "1 r =Z, 1
WVhicl [ have purchased for imv own Iti
baking .e. I will bake Bread every dr
day. And I will deliver at every day oil
Fresh 1II:EAI) delivered at your
door- every lday by 12 M1., for
Each loaf weighing -8 OUNCES, all
1 I_ IM ~ E.
S(;ive the old time Baker another di
trial, tfi you will be sure to receive to
the value of yoYr money int return. W
It is of c.ottre tlhtlerst(Od, that all u1
oI f lreihoe above accommodations, are for
S_. PIl "C Ts
IOGA ', IB UILDING, n"
I E AVING LATELY ARRIVEI)
From the City, takes thisl
Sllethod of informinlg his enstomers.
- and the public generally, that he has
r selected a tiue and varied atock, cou- at
, sisting of lo
yD RY GOODS,
1 GROC ER 1IESF
L CROCKEItY \VARV,t'
- IIAlI) \WARE, &c.,
wiilice he oilers to dispose of C'heap for
'CASl.\ . So give hrin a call belore pu- I
chasing els,'w here. I
Ahlex. La, Nov. lth '71, 1 y. a
e - OULD Inform her friends
V that she is now prepared to
sIsupply her custolnlers at all times,
1, that always weighs the same. 'he
proof of the pudding is in eating it. Y
She only wants a trial, said she,
gluarantees. satisfaction. Bread de- p
,; livered dail,
not ekcetptetL M s. Z. REY.
I B. JARREAU, JR.
' JUSTICE OF TIlE PEACE,
d PINE E ILL E, W'JRD.
OFFICE: IN PINEVILLE.
)t A LL peresns having claims against the l8te
S1 re~ion of James Pisteknc? v Dulltl, nre
-e I.Ielby notiti(it to prtlmnt them, sud peram I
t indeht,ed to the Suictsion will lle.ae aettle
Si tuil' -.ille witlt thue uunde-signed or with Mr.
i hubcrt I'. liuuter, Attoruiey at Law.
" S. SC1IMOLINKY,
e Dee. 2, P171-2t. Adminiastrator.
s. N Sia _ t maAIL L-..AL
-'.tKEN up by J.ame Cummings, on the
Ctlnnliungs i'lantationl, aIo)ut Ililes be
low the tin o,: Alex-utdri., and strayed be
fore me tihe uudersigned ,. ithority, a aSMALL I
.ORRERLL MARE with a colt:. Sitare with a
white fUie, aunt about 6 years old, and ap
SpraisedtL by J. C. I'rench nad Joteph McEvoy',
or tL be worth twenty-five dolb"r. The owner
of of aid stray is hereby notified to teme fbrward
andi conlly with the law, or aind etray will 1
at twb sold in twelie months from tlus datep the
law dirteta. b'. V. LEiJ UX,
SDe. th, 1871. Justte of the peace.
rVakeu nphy Josiah Jones at the p1i~t'ttm
L of,.l. G(. White on red River five milhs
aleeve the town of Alexandria, aslid estrayed
before uhe the u dereigned authority, a small
dn mougrty oliey Mr, end and appraised by RoHt.
P. lHuilter andt D)ennia Sullivan to be worth in
cu(.rrnlcy. twieuty dollars. The owner of said
stray is 'helrby Vnotitial to conem *~4nad prove
hproelwrty pa charges and take him away. aor I
he will be soldl in twelv4 monthe froim this
,late, as the law directs .
a'. V. I.EDOUX, J. P.
Al,.xandria La, Ike., 16, T/h
FIAKEN t , by entm1l . Havgood, tttl Ea
L tr-ad bei mhe qUderlgne Jieti(e
of the 1,ace, for C(ti le Wrd Parish of Ra
12, pidre Louiniasm. 96 re Mole, 6
Syears rld. *.aIl1e msks a btek, rh|tle sppt
on right fore knes, white atrtpezaar thl girsh,
white on left tre ank IqaP~pyed toI be cauned
Sby hohble. lto birand
d Apprsnlae 1y. TI. James, and . . Hen
pay dersmn, to be troith (One Hundrad and Twen
rBK ty-Five Dolars). Tie owner of seaid Esatrmy
ite, i bereby dtified to come forward
provre proypeLrt, charges, and tate it
asmy, or it will b old twelve sontha froum
this date, ia the lae (lreet.r
P. . AMaDeIN, J. P.
Nov. 18stitlfit, P. r-1suO.
FIT. skn up yJobti PMrs*** Wi th
tL at41a Bayou R3b.i al m d e niko
t froma tbj, town. of Alexa4nait. Two
a one sorrel with white abln Oiblati te
old and branded on thl left hip mM
prus iiy C. Zi nmermnan and W. W WhMi
Jr.*4 be worth twebty.-lie la l
ag one brown hote about seven yer olds
·a o' brandl 0 W marked rop and upder hit in
the left ear. and appraied by the sme aP_
allr- riaer to be worthi thirty-fAve dollars. Th
ith- owner or owners of msaid ttays) are hereby nd
tee- tifitd to cone forward prove propertyana
e0 10, chaL nd take thnem away, or they wil be
pot, moM in twelve amoatha from this date as the
C. V. LEDOUX, J. P.
'e'd. Alema Ta.. W3ce. 16 '71.
'Ti AKfP ua by Thos.J. Staffordl, 3 miles be
_L low the town of Alexl dlria. and strayed Ce
bstp;w nca the undlerigsged authority, a Pow
MA.\LL 1D*1 ~ONY BU)SE, about 6 years
old. and branded on the right shouldder E S Nin
Sand Appraiemd by J.Routh Williams, Jr., and
Edward Weii to be worth twenty-flve dollars.
The owner efid stray is hereby notied to B
'aeo f rward and comply with the law, or
0tO wtray will be sold in twelve months ULse
foum this date as the law dureets.
C. . LtEDOUX, ad
Dec. 9th, t671. Justice of o the "s sa dal
FOR RENT". !i
O VT the 10th of Jatumry 1872. I A
1 ~will offer for Rent at the Court Bn3
IlHouse door, in the Town of Alexan- t he
dria, for the year 1872, the Plantation and
on th' Bayou Rapides, belon ing to the
the tSucessiou of Benjamin K. Hun- ty;
ter. H. A. HUNTER, i
Adw'tr of B. K. Hunter.
December 7th, 1871.
TO RENT. of
R the -eal 1812, on Bsyou 1
Beuff, 12 miles from Alexan- P"'
r dria, an excellent Cotton farm of 160
e to 175 acres choice cotton 'land, all su,
well ittired, aihd ditchedt For partic- 1t
ulars, call at the premises, or on o
C. H. WALDEN. ba
D)ecember 6th, 1871. bho
Sneceesion of Max Mayer, Deceased fa
PURPI'ANT to an order directed tome fI sii
Sthe Honorable the Parish Judge in and
for the Parish of Iapides Louisiana, command
ing me to sell the property bti luging to said
Succession, for the payment of debts.
I will offer at public anction at the store
t lately occepied b. the said MIr Mayer, it the
town of Alexandria, on
Saturday the 30th day of Dec., 1871,
at 12 o clock M., the following property viz: Ta
All the stock of Goods and other property be
longing to said Rucce55iou, consisting of Dry by
Goods, Groceries, Tinware, &.c.
Tentse or d6L a:--CAMII, in IT. . Treawmry He
Notes. JOHN DELACY, bheridt.
Decebnlbet 16th, 1871.
SUCCESSION SALE. pc
r DY VIRt UE of an order of sale to me di 1s
S ) rected by the Hon. Parish Judge for the pa
Parish of Grant, I will offer for sale to the last
and highest bidder in the town of Montgomne- y
ry in said Parish on,
Saturday, the 20th, of January, 1872, 10
the following described property belonging to
the Succassion of Alfred Townsend Deceased,
i late of said parish viz :
[o let. Two hundred and eighty a res of land
Sknown as the James W. Jones place.
t o2nd. Two hundred and eighty acres of land I
known as the William Price place. pi
TsRts OF Stha :--One third cahs one third SI
payable in six moI the frm d&y o il , said to
le the remaining en. third to be paid in one H
year from day of sale. In order to secure the tI
credit payment good personal security in ad- 8
e -dition to a reserved mortgage and vendors
e- privilege the putchasers paying for required al
acts of sale. P
R. I.JAX SONE,
Alexandria, La., Dec., 16, 71. P F $ld.
BernaMl Ehrstein )No.-1774, Ninth
vs. Dis't Court Parish
Moses Mayer. ofRapides8tateh f
B Y VIRTUE of and to satisfy a writ of seai- 1
ore ed slid ale istede out of the above aonm
ed cnhrt, in the above entitled and nulnbered
suit, and to me ,dictd, I have seised snd t
will oder for sale bat hlic anction on, I
Saturday, the 6th of January 1812,
between the houra of 11 A. M. and 4 P. . Mat I
se- the court House doqr m the town of Alean- I
Ure dria the fellowhtig described property setled
m by special order of said writ to-wit:
tie A certain piece or parcel of land in the town (
tr. Of Alexdria and Parish of Rapides, desighatd
on the plat of that toew ha part of lot, naim
hers two (a) and thfeui (3) of square number
twenty nreven (27) having a front of 73 feet on I
- fou'th street and runing beek to ifth street
the entire depth of the square, with all the 1
buildings and implvenehnts thrman, being
t the property acquired by usai , fomn
Julius Levin. •
- TaRns orF SAL CAms!:- n $AL e
l a The phrchaser to asume the lpaY a 1
p- certain note for the sum of aeven humnr" ani I
,', tonrtecen (P71410) dollars with interest at
.er eight per etntea mnneu , from October 27th,
rd iS payable the arth, of Otober 1Pr, aD1i
till the Bslanee sl
Ihe JOHN DLAC?1 Shhti'W.
ue., oaid 1. F. 236.
- SHERIFFs SALE.
Bouligner & Eclaponjtrniai e I n o .
Nr Ninth Judieial Distait Colirt-Psrish of(tOkat,
allt Y ate of Lan-ans.
I. BYVRI1E oft writ of Aierl llmd
out of the sabove aned Cottla thue above
e entitled and aetmbered unit, a)domedirreted.
oI have seiase pd willI et for gIe at pblie
hh auction to the Iast ashlighest bidder on
Satuftity, ;lls 80th, of Dhip*pbeq 1871,
betteen the hot hf 11 o'cl~ , 'k. t' tiMd 4
P. a. jt the (Court Hon-door, in the town of
- tollan, the lbAHloewihugdpbed I ty of do-.
fendoet, seied tii Ktishly sai d u-ni, to-wltt
A rcertain pladtation miag and CQbig as
h Iyou Higolett (perobhased of T. M. Wesk sad
ic formerly beosagto(eos 5addler,)eb.et iS
.e milek tan As s oaidria, oatlmni S ~6)two
hndlrrl r d eigkhtee$ w more or less, with
, d all the buildings aid improvements themreon,
Stogether with ()six male., (S)tWhltr usand
.d (() two two hoe wagous.
T1 rat ou az-.s- ,.ABH:
Ian- As ..1. .I , a't"' ,
-en- Orant P mitb, r3., Ibh, tSeL
ro. lonlgney & r (apem Its 9U.486 JI
P. John Douglas. Parish dOrMst
- htA VIlrtt'E ot wrt of lvi d fatsi. Iw
SI)ost of thsabovensem4cardtsithe
gie its oiansh to· last sed h
Msterda the ur th3 , of 171,
'hit- a st the Conrw ItlSO ia, iS the tomn of
ta oifax, the I.lolhu *5 a oprVty s
oldr editosati to-:.
it in A sends lylig an ehisa i em
no n- I m1 theree, mIss or
hundred ad (etgb ms (21) ~
Citizens Bank of Loulsians
Cesar & Francois Archina, d I o,176,
Powhatau Clark 4 Henry A. Oiyce
Ninth District Court, Parlhft Rapides-St ate
Sef Lot islana.
BY VIrUL'E of and to eaaiiay a writ of
s eelszreand mrets Led out of t x.,ovs
named Court, ia the above entitled awld num
bered salt and to me dirested,. I b*e delial
and will offer fr fo sale a pblic auction on
Sattrday, the 8th day of January, 1872.
I between the hours of 11 A. M. and 4 P. x. at the
Court Ihonse door in the town of ATetaddh
the following described property seized by
special order of said writ to-Ait:
A certain t.zaet or parcel of land situated iii
the Parish of Rapides, on thl.right Ibsof the
Bayou Rapides desceudhg, bounded above by
the lands of Everiste & Rlichmond Archinard
and below by the lands of John Brown, belag
the lower half of the Family plaatetiet of tkh
late John Archinard and eorasiniag the gaantU
Sty of 809 94-100 arpenta, ttgether with flt the
inlprovemene aSd a pptfinneas thereai.
beltag, l t !a y wise ppertaeing and
being thesame acquired by the said Cesar &
Praneois Archinard by a partition of the estato
of John Archinard, deceaedl, between them
selves and their co-bera oa the 13th of Muech,
1837, together with 554 shares of mortgage
stock of Citizens Bank thereto attached.
~ tuts or SALE t-CASII, SubjeCt to np
On the following terms and conditions, vil :
The purhaser to firnish a saatoekae s fr the
1 sum of $8l460 00 falling due on the lIt ofMarch
1872, and renewable aecording to th.barter
or the Citizens Bank of Louisiana, -bd the
balance Cash. The purehaser to assumeall
the obligations and responsibilities of a stock
holder of the Citizens Bank of Louisiana, and
the Stock Note so furnished to be identified
with four (4) acts of mortgage granted by Cesar
Archinard and wife and 'rancois Archinard in
favor of the Citizens Bank of Leýsieia ad
with the Bherif's deed of sale in the ase.
JOHN DzLACY, 8heriff
S ee: 2,1871.1. P. P. 3 00.
TAX COLLECTORSS ,ALES.
TAX COLLECTORS SALE.
State of Lonisiana-vs R. IL Jackson.
BY VIRTUIE of the power itn me vestedf as
Tax Collector, in and for the Parish of Rapides,
by Act No. 42, of the Legislature of this Stat.
approved March , 1871, I will proceed to
sell at pablin ttction, in front of the Court
o House door, in the town of Alexandria, on
Saturday, the 23rd, of December 1871,
- at 12 o'clock IM., the following described pro.
One hundred and sixty acres of Pinewoods
i land, bounded north, south, east and west, by
he publie land.
t Seized for due and unpaid tames for the year
e- ' 0..monting to 34,31 and east.
The above lau to sbe old in trats of Com
10 to 50 acres.
M. LEGRAS, Tax Colleetor
d, TAX COLLECTORS SALE.
Ed State of Louisians-ts. Antonio Chetino.
BY VIRTUE of the power in me vested, As
id Tax Collector in and for the. f ia
pides, by Act 41, of the Laislat'l of the
rd State A dproved Mau 3rd, 11,w ill preed
td to sell ia dhlIe adetlo in front of the Court
is House door, lee House Hotel, front streest, in
te the town of Alexandria, on
m Saturday, the 23rd of December 1871,
at 12 o'clock M. the following described
FivIe sres of land fronting on Little River
Road, beonded nodth by E Hoe and above by
Hai er, 40 acres of Pite-oods land.
-Sew edibe ::iu pfd taxls dt the jYr.
1070. Amounr to t0,'O, and coat.
K. LR AI , Tax olleteer.
S TAX COLLECTORS BALE.
of State of Louisiana-va Marcelin Moram .
BY VIRTUE of thbdpower in tme rest as
I Tax Collecto in and for the Parish ofe s
n- pdse, Itr Act I", ofad w LAkeIsM o ef this
et 'state appav d March 34d871, I will proceed
ud to sell at ptibit uction, In front of the Court
House door,i the town of Alexaadria, on
S2, aturday, te $rd oft tShe o r k
at at 19 o'clock Mthe following described pro
n- perty to-wit !
ad Eighty acres of Pinewoods land, bpanded
ouoth by Bellegad, n , ew t- aid 'wr , t,
o Goveranmeut LL Fifteen acres of Piuwood
d lanid, boudded . I i 11 yeMt b Goversat
her Seiaed ibt due and unpaid taxes for the yearu
on 189 and 1470. Amoantagto sd~6 sad eat.
set The above lands to be sold in trdats of ton
the I ito 50 ates
"ait I . tEOlAs, lSEt,
oTAX COLECToIOS. StLE.
- State of Loaislina--ve aebel Neal.
BY VIRTfI uofSe pbewee in m veted, as
Is Tax Colletor, i- bTrada tbp Pagih of o a,
Ad pide At o. 4 of the Lengislature ot
tthi %tueapproved March 3d, 1871, I will pro
th, ~ed t se lSt pbllte ancttm, in font of the
91 . .ttrt ltbose id ln the town of Alexan
Saturday, the 2$d of beeemnier 1871,
at 12 o'cel~ M,, th folklowiag desertbem d
A tract of thtid atl Cometada, onetalaia 80
acres and i avements thereon, bodied
Aboe boryisi9snd an be land of Ad
N laxee for the year
ht, 117o. Amonntt top,&, 1Oadtost.
The above !andt be aI trmet of fron
ad 10 toO 50 acre.
TAX OOLLBCTOS 8bAi.
Sfl VIRTUEI of the power to met
ms'tha Glledoeii 4 and thre the d
Sof lapldeaby Act No 42
reothis Mtton e4ro q4Mr e "1 plr
ceedto selIt t Latiton, i b t tI n
- Conust lomess d to, r oIs9 Stal, )e tl
s BatuCday, thle 23rd, of )Deember %p
bwo A 12 r'lock M., the following decribed lg
Atpet fatu.wita: n .
asi- at i er M., the hblip C ~b