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breast and head; his brains are at least one
fourth shot out. lie has no weapons about
his persons; hLa'25 cents in woney in his
Jane Woods being sworn, state.; I was
picking cottonl yesterday in the Is:t:ac I)oy
al field, the one next to hitoutnI S , thur
teen miles from Columbia; i11',- ittl· son
Charley Wright was with rme; about threse
o'clock I heard three reports of guns at the
big road; about one hour and a half aft,.r
wards I started utter water; had to go by ,
where the gunls tired: otl going after w:ater
I saw the tCen lying down, buiit thou,;zht
that they wore peamenlL asleep; on return
ihig I saw that the two men were dead; I
then went to the house and informed John
Doyal and others, I did not see or hear any
persons, only heard the giulm tiring; I k:ow
nothing further about the killing.
J. Richard Cottingham being sworn,
states: I have made an examination of
tracks made here on yesterday. One of t
the tracks which attracted amy attention
was made by a person having boots on; the
track is rather small for a grown man. I
recognize the tracks made as being of the I
same shape, and appearance of tracks
made by the impress of boots on the ground, a
to be similar to those made by boots which
have lately been in the store of Thos. H.
Cottingham, at Columbia. The boots are C
well shaped for store boots: have a long, t
sharp heel. I do not remember of seeing jI
boots with'snch style of heels before. I
am not positive, but to the best of my re
collection Thomas F. Winn purchased a a
pair of said boots from T. H. Cottiugharn's li
store, some time this year. I never heard o
Winn make any threats against either liar
ris or Crawford, but it is rumored that he
has made some threats against A. H Harris.
We have sold about twenty three pairs of
said boot.; there were tweuty-four pairsin t]
the stor. a
[Ouachita Telegraph, 13th.] L
Mr. Harris appears not to have been shot
at the first fire. but his horse was, and was P
killed in hit tracks. Mr. Harris seems to
have disengaged himself from his dying
horse, And to laves made an attempt to save it
his life by light. His body exhibited wounds
in the knee, thigh, side and head, from
which it is believed he was killed in flight, 01
and even shot while down and several pa- w
ces from his horse. The character of the c,
wounds leads to the belief that the tile fire was
delivered from both sides of the road, and
that, after having shot the two ucen down Il
-they were shot while down. anid Judge LI
Crawford even after he W;L deadn. Hli i ~
chest received a nupaber of bullets, and uu
derneath his head a large hole in the grouuil
was seen, while the upper portion of his t(
head was entirely blown asunder.
' u tli
Jos. Hoy & Co., for use of E. E. 9l
Norton and Will Stephen, assign- 5o. 3, 0)
es of Jos. Hoy & Co., o .
Mitchel Neal and Joel J. Neal. ?
Parish Court-Parish of Rapides-State of ci
- Y VIRTUE of and to satisfy a writ
of Fieri Facias issued out of the
above named Court, on a Twelve Months
Bond. in the above entitled and numbered
Suit. I have Seized and will offer for Sale
at Public Auction, on
3et.rday, the lit day of Never
between the hours of 11 A. M., and 4 1'. M.. Cl
at the Conurt House door, in tile Town of
Alexandria, the following described proper
ty, seized by Special Order of said writ, to
wit . of
A certain tract of land fronting on Bayou fot
liamourie, designated as lot No. 4, of the t
Partition of the Estate of Joel Neal. dec'd, e
bounded above by the lands of Mrs. Rhorer
aun below by the laud of Dr. \V,-als. ail tatl
ini the rear by lands of Mrs. M. II. Neal, la
containing One Hundred Acres moreor tless,
also the undivided one-fifth of a tract of t
Wood land in the r:ar of the open or culti
vated land belonging to the Estate of Joel
Neal, deceased, with all the building and of
improvements situated on said tracts oft
Tvaus oF 8.LE :--CASII. m
JOHN DILACY, Sheriff.
Sept. 27th 5 Sqrr-6-t. P. F's $30 04.
State of LueLsisesa-Parish of a c
No. 209.-Succession of Eli E. Hough, for o
HEREAS, Charles M. Flower, has sh
made application to this Court. to be the
appointed Admmistrator of the Succession tio
of Eli E. Hough, deceased. '1
Notice is hereby given to all whom it del
doth or may concern, to show cause, with- be
in ten days from the date hereof, why the dis
same should not be granted. By order of '1
the Court. cal
Clerk's Offoe, Alexandria, La., September 1
2th 1873. the
CHAS. OWEN, Deputy Clerk. ies
Sept. 7-t P. F's $5 00. '
HOWE'S SEWING MA
-FOR 8AIi BY
PFERGUSON & 8CHINAUK. ti
Needi., Oil and Attachments for all Ma- tioi
chieseonstamtly on hand. ly I
Sept. 7th 1873-ly.
%e4at-gtifd tau- A
rIHtIS is the title ofa fine engraving of 8
I-theDeath-Bed ef "tonewall" Jack
'an, 14 x 18 inehes in sims, and printed on
mevy plate paper. Ofisees of the Confed
rate army are grouped sorrowfully around
the couch of this great and good man, this
ehristian soldier, whose life-blooeed has been
tien for hin country. In the distance is
e enoarmping army, the weary sentinel
on his best, &c. It is a picture that will 'm
touch every Southern heart, and shonld Joli
have a place in every 8outhern home. Sent Tho
by mail, mounted on roller, securely wrap- r
rd and postpaid, for 90 cts each, or three Jb
Adores W. M. BURROW, Wm
2p Main street, Bristol, Tenn. Joht
E Cas~ wanted for this and a varie
0fots a egaivhn-ad. From $3 to
NY one wiahing to exchange Country
A for Valable own property, will find
it to their advant oby
inly th 1: AT TTll OFFICE.
l-il z~'h -'
I was ALEXANRIA, LA.,
tuoy- September 16th 1873.
' son The Police Jury met pursuant to
lhree a call fronm twelve freeholders. Pre
Ssent-T. G. Compton, President;
g,, 1. J. W. Osborn and Wm. Kelso. Ab
ate. sent-Jesse Cliftoi and J. P. Snell
turn- On motion, Be it ordained by the
ohn Police Jury of Rapides Parish, in
r any Special Meeting assembled. That
know in pursuance of the authority vest
de in this body, by Section No. 3063,
n of Revised Statutes, the following
ie of named place is hereby declared to
ntion be infected with a contagious and
i;the epidemical disease, to-wit: Shreve
f the port, in the Parish of Caddo.
racks Be it further resolved, That from
und, and after this date, it shall not be
Hi lawful for any person or persons,
s are coming from Shreveport to enter
long, the limits described below, nor shall
deint it be lawful for any Steamboat, Skiff
,e. I or other watercraft coming from
,t a said place to land within the said
iarn's limits; or to put off any Passengers.
'card or Goods in Boxes or Bales or to
at h stop out the North bank of Red
trris. River in said limits.
rs of Be it further ordained, etc., That
irsin the limits above mentioned be, and
are bereby declared to be, from the
Lower Falls above Pineville, to a
wsh point one mile below the Ferry
as to Landing at Pineville.
ying Be it turthem ordained, etc., That
save it shall not be lawful for any one
rrowu within the said limits to go aboard
ight, of, or hold direct' communication
Spa- with any Steamboat or watercraft
the coming front Shreveport. The ;,l
am lowing named parties shall be and
~w,, are hereby authorized to enforce
dtge the above ordinance, viz : Louis t
l'k Ahlatlie, J. L. Walker, E. J. Hlar
',ýj rett, M. T. Dozier and Phillip Spot
f his ton.
Be it flrther ordained, etc., That
thiis ordinance shall be, and remain
in force and effect as long as in the
opinion of a majority of the Com
mittee appointed by this ordinance,
there is a contagious and epidemical
disease prevailing in Shreveport.
Be it further ordained, etc., That
should the Yellow Fever at New
Orleans, be declared epidemic by i
the Board of Health of said city,
this ordinance shall be enforced
against all S ,eamboats from said
4 of city of New Orleans. The Jury then -
the T. G. COMPTON,
aths President of Police Jury.
red A true copy:
Sale CUIA. OWEN, ,
Clerk of Police Jury.
Sept. 20-2 t.
MI.. Call for a ConveUolenofColIred
n ol Men.
, to- WnctEAs, On July 20, 173, at a meeting
of the committee of colored men appointed o
yu for the plurpose ofcollecting and preparing b
t te.;timony in regard to the fraudsperltrat- C
c ,ed against the Republican voters in the D
rer State during the recent election, for presen- t.
tatiIn to Cuongrs-i at its session in Decent- !
her ~aesuing, it. was deemed adu isall to p
Se.d' a Statteonveatiou of colored men tor
Iti the plrposu of eleocting dclegates to be as
so.iatedi with memnbers of the comultittee in n
nOCI such prvsentatio:s, for the bc:ttr advocacy
So our cause and the more extensive rlopre- in
sentation of oar people, that by the agree- h,
ments and conclusions dulucihl,, the en- tl
orlnou3s wruiags i:ldicted may be exposed
and justice vindlicated; and, ci
Whlreas, I have been authorized to issue c,
Sa call for such convention; and, ul
Whereas, Said corumlittee, at a meeting cs
,f July 30, 1573, adopted the following re
for That this committee proceed to the elec- tt
tion of ten members of this committee, who of
has shall jointly proceed to Washington with D
ibe the delegates to be elected by the conven- vi
ion tion called to meet November 17, 1573. C
That the ratio of representation of the ns
o it delegation to be elected by the convention D
th- be three delegates from each congreetsional cc
the district of the State. c
rof That these resolutions be inserted in the pr
call for the convention. cs
her Under the auspices, and by direction of
the committee of colored men, I, therefore, w
issue the following call: th
That the various representative distriets 1
Sthroughont the State proceed as soon as
- practicle to the election of delebgates to a
convention of colored men, to assemnblu w
in the Mechanics' Institute, in the city of ar
New Orleans, at twelve o'clock M. on MON
DAY, November 17, 1873, to elect three de- St
legatee from each congressional district for Se
the purpose named. The banis of reprusen- hl
L tation in the convention to be double that de
in the Honse of Representatives. Notifica- ty
a- tion of the election of delegates to be prompt
ly forwarded to me.
WILLIAM G* BROWN.
- N. B.--Bepubliean papers in the parishes
ALKXxxxL, LA., September 18th, 1873.
The members of the Parish Central Execu
tive Committee, of the Repuhiblican Party,
of the Parish of Rapidea, are hereby notiti- Nc
ed to meet at their Club Room. in Alexan
of dria, on SATURDAY, the 27th ofSeptember
1873. Full attendance is required.
By order of
nH. J. WRIoHr, Secretary. (o
is LIST OF BEMEBERS B.
ill Wn. Crawford, H. J. Wright,
id Jolhn Mayo, Jesse Clifton, d
nt Thonmponm Cokely, Louis Harper
Jdames Coats, Everett Randell,
e John DeLacy, Johnson Bevely,
O. K. Hawley, J. P. Kelso,
Win. Kelao, Wm..Wiliase
John O~sborn, Wmin. Jackson, B
Watkin Ambler, O. Y. Kelso,
E. J. Barrett, Jesse T. Ire
SDaweon Alle, Andrew Jason, C
Jnlis Ballard, Mora Bfowie,
- Joseph Moore, Ner Willima.
H. J. WRIGHT, cecretary. T.
Sept. 20-2 t.
WI7TH DISPATCH, fo
At this Office.
J( IHAVE JUST RETURNED FROM NEW
to I Orleans, with a full Htock of
at; Dry Goods of all Kinds,
3, P irotesi0 Of al DesertIptiass,
bn Staple and Fancy Groceries,
, Bagnlag, TIesandTwine, I
aml in short every article needed for the
i Fall trade and the wants of my Customers,
)I all of which were selected personally, and
,id prchased on terms which will enable me
to compete with any other merchant as to
d GIVE ME A CALL !
at JONA.S ROS'ENTHAL,
id Sept. 6th 1S73.tf
rttat $ttratin ! ! !
ne K0OSES ROSENTHAL, take,, this b
rd t1 occasion to inform his friends, and the a
)n public generally that he has just returned A
ft from the city, with a line and
Id C.REFULL I' SELECTED
.' stock of goods, and is satisfied that all p
8 those who favor him with their patronage, p
r- will he suited both in price and quality ofJ
It Iis stock consists of
in DRY GOODS, a
n- GROCERIES, b
HATS, CA PS, tl
it BOOTS, 8HOES, e
W And other articles too numerous to men
tion ,which he is offering I
AT REDUCED PRICES.
Sept. 6thS1973-tf Mi
IN FaJxLKUYAID RIcHLAND PARISIn~. of
Proclamation by the Governor.
d STATE OF LOUISIANA, tb
Executive Department, c
New Orleans, September 10, 1873. of
S WHEREAS, Information has reached me re
of the cowardly and brutal assaasination, e
g by a gang of desperadoes, of Hon. 1'. 8. so
t- Crawford, judge of the Twelfth Judicial 111
e District, and Hon. A. P. Harris, district at- I:
i- trney. on the night of the eight instant, in
I- l the parish of Franklin, w hile quitly
Spro.ceeding to hold court in accordance
r with law.
Whereas, Information has also rcachedl -
Smnw of the crntl andu unprovoked muntidetr of
y Thomas Archibald, Esq., by two unknown
s men, while standing at the gate of hi; M:
lin,nt, in Riehl;tld parish.ou the night of
the second instant ; and
.1 Whereas. The lwrpetratioon of these and 1
similar cold blooded outrag:e in the north- Di
c ern portions of this State, brings disgrace
upon Louisiana, and tend to keep away
; capital and emigration from our horders- B
Now, therefore, I, William P. Kellogg,
Governor of the State of Louisiana, have ua
thought fit to issue this my proclamation, ni
i offering a reward of FIVE THOUSAND fot
Y DOLLARS for the apprehension and eon- Sg
victiom of the murderers of Judge T. 8.
Crsawford and A. P. Hlarris, district attor
Snev, and TWO THOUSAND FIVE HILUN
a DiED DOLLARS for the apprehension and Al
I conuviction of the murderers of Thomas Ar
chibald, to be paid respectively upon the i
3 prdlnuoton ofthe certificates usual in suoh
f And I hereby es1 upon all good citisoens, th
swithout regard to politics or race, to aid p
the o8feers of the law in bringing tospe'ly sul
justice the perpetrators of these discredita- an
ble outrages; and I warn all persons
r against 4uarboring or sreerning, or in any pra
>way aiding or abetting the murderaer
Given under my hand and the seal ot the -
- State borto attached, this tenth day of (4
September, in the year of our Lord eighteen
- hundred and seventy-three, and of the in
I dependence of the United States the nine
WILLIAM P. KELlOG,
P. 0. DGSwiuDw,
Secretary of State.
State of L..utsimes-Paredsh 0t
No. 205.--8nocession of Newton Batler, for to
Administration. to 1
W HEREAS, Mr. Martha Butler, has
made application to this Court to
be appointed Administratrix of the Succes
sion of Newton Butler, deceased. ae
Notice is hereby given to all whom it
dothl or may concern, to show cause, with
in ten days from date hereof, why the
same should not be grantedal. By order of
the Court. 1
Clerk's Ofic, Alexandria, La., the 20th 94
day of September. A. D., 1873. inc
CHAS. OWEN, Deputy Clerk. ho
Sept. 90-2t. P. F'e 6 00. it
joln Rellgr, pr
BRICKLAYER, PLASTERER, o,
THIRD '" " BTREET.
offers his services in his line to those 8t
in need of them on reasonable terms, aga
and refers as to his capability to all oth
for whom he has worked.
Mar-. 8. '73 tf.
bs. ergnsan & Sitath,j
(Formerly Levin & Ferguson.'
WATCHMAKERS & JEWELLERS, t
-AND D&ALERS IN
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Specta.
And Fancy Goods.
SoLE AGENTS FOR
R. HOWE SEWING MIACHINES
[es, American and English Watches f
ot the best makers, constantly on $
May 24th 1873.
and eff Hae.
a me Citizens Bank of Louisiana (
Joseph Walker and Smith Gordon )
Abner N. Ogden and his wife, Jean- a
nette Ogden, actual possessors. )
No. 1912.-District Court-Parish of Rapides
--State of Louisiana.
BY VIRTUE of and to satisfy a writ of
Seizure and Sale, issued out of the above
named Court, in the above entitled and
numbered Suit, and to me directed, I have
Seized, and will offer for Sale, at Public
Saturday, the 4th day of October A
this between the hours of 11 A. M., and 4 P. M., g
the at the Court House door in the town of
ned Alexandria, the following bed proper
;y Seized by Special Order of said writ, to- $
lIt. A certain tract cr parcel of land
situated on the left bank of the Bayou Ra
all pides in ascending, in the Parish of Ra
pitle, containing the quantity of eleven
fgl, and one-half arpents in fronton said Bayou
y o by the ordinary depth of forty arpents, be
ing the same acquired by Joseph Walker
from John Curtis, on the 6th of December a
1817. together with all the improvements V
and appurtenances thereto belonging;
2nd. Another tract or parcel of land, sit- -
uated in the Parish of Rapidea, on the left II
bank of the Bayou Rapides in ascending, d
commencing on the Bayou at a post being b
the upper corner of lands owned by the
said 1 alker, thence 8 45 E, ninety-three it
G, chains to an Elm tree marked W , thence t]
S 45 W seven chains and thirty-eight links
to a post, thence N 45 W one hundred
len- chains to the Bayou, thence with the said
layou, pursuing its meanders to thu place
of beginning, containing the quantit~ of
:Y sixty-eight acres, being the same acquired
by the said Walker from Patrick Harmen
son, Ly deed of the 26th of February 1819,
- together with all the buildings and appur
tenances thereto belongin, together with
two hundred and twenty-eight (228) shares
s. of mortgage stock of Citizens Bank thereto
TER.M8 OF LBILE:
ar. The purchaser to furnish a Stock Note CE
for the sum Two Thousand Five Hundred si
and Forty Dollars ($2,540), falling due on e`
the let of March 1874, and renewable ac
cording to the Charter of the CitizeuBaik
of Louisiana, and the balance CAsa, the 0
purchaser to assume ali the obligations and
me responsibilities of a stockholder of the Citi- et
on, tens Bank of Louisiana, and the stock note
S. so furnished to be identified with the act of
:ial mortgage by Joseph Walker to Citizens
at- Bank, and with the Sheriffs deed of Sale
tnt, in this case
fly Subject to appraisement.
uto JOHN DELACY,.Sheriff.
Au, 30. 9 sqrs ft. P. F's $54.
Hke If 's %Me.
hi, Martha Martin, Tutrix a
of to minors Flint,
vs. No. 488. ki
l Eugene R. Biossat. S 94
- District Court-Parish of Rapides--tate of w
SBY VIRTUE of and to satisfy a writ of
g", Fleri Facias, ssued out of the above
re named Court, in the above entitled and
o, numbered Snit, I have seized and will offer
ND for Sale, at Public Auction, on Tb
on- Saturday, the 4tk day of October
o between the hurs of 11 A. M., ad 4 P. M. 1
at the Court House door, in the town of th
SAlexandria, the following decrlbed proper. yo
the .~tz by peclal order ofsaid writ, to.
A certain square of ground situated in sor
us the town of Alexandria and Parish of R- wil
Spides, being 8quare No. 16 of the upper str
sy nuburb of said town, with all the bui dings me
ta- andl improvements thereon. Im
,na T o.ws O BL :-CASjI, satsct toap- eSr
ny praisement. at
era JOHN DILACY, Bheriff. the
Aug 30 4 sqm 5t- P. 's $J0 es
CATCH THE MURDERERS I l
Talt Floyd & Lewis Robin
SThe Governor issues a proclamation offer
l in $2,~500 to any person or persoas who
wil capture the above two men auddeliver h
them to the Sherif of Richland ParIsh La.
We are authorized by Mrs. E. Archiel
r to state that she will pay 00 ila ddition W'
to the Governor's Beward; makiag 1
THRFE THOUSAND DOLLARS
SCash in hand, to be paid as moo uste me wi
are delivered to the Sheriff.
bit *t tat
TALT FLOYD is about 25 or 96 years of
th ago, wel hsabout 130, about 5 feet 8 or 9
inches hh, rather dark hair, a littl stoop
shouldered, thin breass, rather quickoen
with quick motion of the head in talking
- fine voice, rather thin visage and man eamx
pression of countenance, swarthy complex.
LEWIS ROBINSON is about 24 or 25
years of age, we hb about 157, about 5 feet
10 inches hig, ght hair, fair skin or rath
er albino complio, walks erect, slow
spoken and rather reserved in his maaners.
The above descuribed miurderasassassami
T. ted Mr. Theomas Archibald, on Tuesday
g. niht, the nd inst., one of the most ue
fult, respeeted and beloved citizens of our
IS State, in order to prsevent his testimony aii
, agaiomst them in -ort for larceny. IO ate
Sother crse can de assigned for the aeeasi
nation of so great and o good a man.
litA. HEYMA S & CO,.COLUMN.
OPPOSITE TOWN WHARF,
r.i[AKE great pleasure in in
TAL forming their numerous
friends and customers that not
withstanding the unexampled tight
ness of the times they have been
able by the great inducements
they offer to purchasers, to keep up
their stock complete and full in
every department, in their unexcell
ed establishment as above, all laid
in to the best advantage.
NEW, FRESH, AND
and every thing of
:T Firt Quality,
es frequently renewed and a oomplete
on assortment kept up.
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS,
are imported from
es 1ovrrr.YorL I
Boots, ax.& bLa0m,
ve F RO.W BTOarW.
ad CHILDREN, LADIBB, AND OGENS
C ROM PHILADELPHIA,
er And a large lot of Boys, Gent's,
and IAdies Saddles, with a
L, E.ERJ.L .15s0 0 AT.rEA'T
to- SA.n IDLPTLY,
From St. Louis,
'a and provisions of all kinds, Willow,
Wood and Hardware, of all kinds
it- -Baling and Ties, Round and Flat
(ft Iron, all of which ive offer at prices
R, defying competition, which we will
h be pleased to prove to all who will
ee inspect our assortment whether
ce they buy or not.
Alex. Oct. 19th, 1-y.
of HENRY HEYMAN,
aE Dealer in Dry Goods, Gro
c- ceries and Plantation
th OF ALL KIN S.
t LEE ST. (near the Baptist Church.)
3 AS just returned from New
Orleans, with every con
t ceivable article to make up a full
ed and complete Stock, and supply
an every demand- all of which he offers
to CASH customers at unparalleled
e ow prices.
Be also buys at the highest mark I
t et prices, all kinds ot
os COUNTRY PRODUCE,
OLD IRON, (wrought or cast.)
OLD OOPPER, a
any other saleable article, and in f
short promises to Traders of all
kinds as Good or Better Bar
gains as ean be obtained any
,f where else in the limits of the town.
Alexandria, La.. May 31, '73-t1an
L,, l ddL s IasaUsies e fer the
Deaf t s s Dmnsb.
SBaTO ROUGE, July 1873.
To tU Polids Jari, the M Aslmorile
r. ad lWsds of the Doqfe i Leam
The Trustees of he La Instimtttlon foI
Sthe Educatton of the Deaf sad Dumb, eall
. your attention to this unfortunato class,
. and the rovision made for them by the
tte min d Instetution. All the Deaf be.
tween the aes of eight and twenty-fvre, of
a sound physical ad mental constitutlous,
- will be admitted and provided with In- E
Sstrnetion, board, loding, msedicine and
s medical attendance atthexpense of the L
Institution; and all those in such indigeat
' aircumstances as shall appesr by a certif
ate of any member of the polioe Jury of
the parish, or mayor of the city, where they
reelde, to render such aid seessar, will N
- also be furnished with clothiag and travel
I in1 expenses to the Ilatituton. The l
~sttatution also aorda a mechanlucl depart.
meet in which instruction is give in ameh
trades may be best suited oremdt e
pupils self-sastaining citiaes. Theede.
tion of the deaf is of peculiar importanto e
- them and to the State; bat am want
information, indigence or ethe resons on
thepart of parents, less ne half the
State avail themselves of them
o arded. This is all wrrong;
'Retees earnestly call the attatnm of allU
oatheritie to the dutof e acing
S l.hl thedeaf in thcirrespeev. ptabs
ea dres, are infmed of theprivllrm
vided, and that l- cases oidlgatujgoau. I
sthae, means be provided for
ash to this lastitn. p
a will be mads for both white and c T
In case of any deaf known at this La-.
tation to be in year city or perish, the
names are appended to this letter. shoald
yoa know or learn of other, their address A
is earnestly desired. I
i Gov. W. P. KELLOGG, sit , ,
I Hox. J. H. BURCH,
p H. NEWELL, Esq,
S H BCHORTEN, Es.,
-J. McVW; JeS., & ir,4~Al.
Trustees ofla lImtitution for Deaf and h
ONE OF THE MOST ~
etriable Residences in
dria, in recent
and thorogh repair, centratlly site
ated. Terms to sit the tfimes.
AT THIS OFrICE.
Aug. 16 if,
SHEYMAN & CO'S
ot- fNADDITIONTOOUR FORMER LARGE
ht- 1 Stoek, we have received a Fresh As
sertment of Summer Goods, to
n which we call the attention of CLOSE
is buyers and the public in general, as we are
up determined to sel at prices to suit
in the imes, in order to make room for our
m Fall and Winter 8tock.
Wd We will sell at
a~W ebrk Prices.
Our Stock consist of
and Furmnhhlagl oods,
and a complete assortment of
Croucss~e .Ues, ,
bile and +esi .heeting,
IAsmess and Ctle CL'herks,
and a thousand other articles too an ,,,eroius
Also a large Stock of
and also a large stook of FURNITURE and
rY Persons visiting our town will And
it to their advantage to give us a Call, and
fi nd out our prices, before purchasing lse
dsa whe. our motto is EP" .ac es
at- asse seall spriets.
ill Alexandria, La., Mes 31, 1873tt
,r EXCELSIOR STABLE!
Jackson, between 2d and 3d
"0 iberg, iake £&taye
all E HAVE PURCIEASEB ANis)
47 enlarged the
ed T ve'rTlPtable
formerly kept by OFFE, sad more accent
rk ly by N.L. d10GINN and are to
omkodate te in t
IA e. We have or able well stocked
Olu &as, .Ica mseed BMUe.
and will hire them, and eed hones at very
We pledl ourselves to give entire satis
iA. It OS00D,
* Aug d, 1813-3m.
Alexandrh ~, henryge, Red
f ACOm D COACr( Wg L LEAVE
SAlndrt on TUAEDAYS, TRUS
e Landing with the mapiSemetess
II- Nother s
NESDAY8 and FRIDAYs, on the srrial! of
the above Packets fro New 0r(ern, t.
7 M Alexandria 7 o'elesk She next
h EPOase at the EXCHANGE
.e , . H. PETERSO,
Au oam . P opT Bsor.
a TUhe ANHe OrIPeans
I g eo L dim rskm l et thei
a P bok lMd ad1Y W -qshy.
THE LARGFST CIRCULiTION OF ANY
g OTHER PAPER IN TERB SOUTH.
*s PlagW.CLAS. *eUTNEag
Tuza ow TEa DAnLY...$...14 per annum.
HIu VYAIty, Y. QIuarNalT r, 3 50.
j Is devoted to tbh diknason of toie of vi
Sto b interests orhe Gulf
8 tat; contains aders ally prepse corn
psudiam of the news of e e
al and selected lierry a I. U
'tuaus or von wasr.....g per n
Publisher, N. O. Timer No. 70 Camp t"
Aug. 30'th 1573. "