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BIOSSA ] . .THE W O)R tn IS CGOVE2~LqnflTOO M U )OE ý £ZTý~ ~ , .I'I~ VOLU 22.22 ALEXANDRIIA, LUSAA ME AC ; 3 , A. 1L V1. eI IL. ., , . THE DEMOCRAT is published weekly, at Firs DOLLARS per annumi, THREE for six months, payable in advance. No subscrip tion taken for a less period than six months. ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate of $1 50 PER SQUVARE for the first insertion and 75 CENTs for each subsequent one. Eight Hues or less, constitute a square. The fol lowing are our rates to yearly advertisers: One column ....................300 00 Half columa................... 175 00 third of colama ................ 130 00 Pouirt.h od mn ............. 100 00 Cards, (occupying space of eight lines, or less,) ............. 20 00 Obituary notices, marriages, public meet ngs, cards of thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. * Personal cards, when admissible,charged double the usual advertisements. The Stavelesa BarreL Mayo's patent staveless barrel is thus described in the last number of the Ameri can Artisan: r Mayo's patent staveless barrel was ex hIibited, and the mode of tonstructing it ex- a plained. It was made of thin slips of wood, similar to shavings, and laid up in form of t cylinders; the slips crossing each other at d right andles, and running around a certain V portion of the circumference of the barrel in a spiral manner, and fastened with glue and water-proof cement. This barrel was intended to hold oal oil, kerosene, gaso line, alcohol, etc., and had given proof of its efficacy, twelve or fourteen thicknesses Z of the thin, shavings-like slips being set- I cient for the thickness of an ordinary bar rel. hoops were not necessary to hold the , barrel together, but in some cases hoops were fastened to the inside circumference to strengthen it, whete much rough usage was anticipated. The inventor stated that t a barrel had ben filed with gasoline for a several mbnths, and it had not yet leaked a i drop, there wis no smell of oil; and it was e almost impossible to tell that it contained c gasoline. The weight of the old style of rr barrel is. about eighty or ninety pounds, but this one weighed only about fifty pounds. o They had been subjected to a pressure of tl five tons across the bung, and a hydraulic it pressure of thirty-five pouids to the square tl inch, and did not give way. They were'in b; fact about as strong as a steam boiler of the same size. They could be made for "e about $2 50 per barrel. The inventor be- Ci lieved it to be the first great improvement a' in barrels, as no radical change had been Pe made in a thousand years. Mae" - Si- A CosTLY NzEr.--We read that a al mouse in Cleveland stole $800 in green backs from a man's vest pocket while he p; was asleep, recently, and made a nest of ci the lucre. A suspected servant in the cl man's house feels much relieved at the ti discovery. el Alexandria Advertisenents al SHERIFF'8. SALE,. Elizabeth 8nider ) No. 19i - District vs. Court, Parish of'Ra.- " Joseph Boullotte .) pices, State of Lou Y VIRTUE of a writ of Fieri Facs is- ce Ssued from the Honorable the District Court in and for the Paridh of Rapides, State of Louisiana, and to me addressed in, the above entitled and numbered suit, I have seized and will offer for sale to the last andl highest bidder, on SATURDAY the 6th day of APRIL, I867, 9 between the hours of 1 A. M. And 4 P. M., at the Court House door, in the Town of Alexandria,; Parish ofRapides, 8tateofLon liiana, the following described property smied as the property ofDefendant,towit;: us Three-fourths of the square in the Town C of Alexandria upon which is situated the e residence and Carpenter's shop of the D e ftendant now occupied by him, said square Pa being the one of which Mrs. Stewart owns and occupies one-fourth. TER.s OF SALE: Cast in United States Treasnry notes, nsubject to appraisemeilt. J. 1. ANDREWS, Sheritff. February 20, tds-Printer's fees $24. Gew Goods .New Goods !! for I WOULID RESPECTFULLY INFORM mny friends and customers that I have jast returned front New Orleans, with a fresh supply of DIRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE. TINWARE, I CROCKERYWAIRE, apj and many other articles too numerouse to str mnention, all of which I will sell at the to lowest CASH prices. I keepe constantly on hand a large supply of sal Cora, Oats and Bran, by tive at reasonable rates. I have also ONE GE HUNDRED PLOWS: Calhoun pattern, Ri Peacock and Hall & spear; Nos. *, 1, 14 Un and 2, at -EW ORLIANS PLU~EIS. n Give mc a call anid judge for yourseilves, but don't come all at once and don't fir- E get your pocket books. I will either advance or gi~ve a reason ilopriceforCotton. Inquirejiust abovethe ICE OUSE HOTEL. I feb 0 tf JACOB WALKER. RhAE BOABRINt at Mrs. Can ds on Second gtret. Having arf oaemin lently suitable for the purposeo, large, A1leassnt and convenient an i OIms, Mrs. CANFIELD can offermsujteior " ben N OTIOE, "' ALL persons having claPims algainst tbe pur SCommercial firm ofi Gray & ~iotbal, radi e.requested to present them to the wider-ki sPed without delay, and those indebted Of tothem are required to comne forwar nd ai -O5 tuegir accounts or suits will be instit. r _23-67tf, LEWIS. & UUNTER, Attorneys. m New YokL Advertisement, ASBOOLOGYrt The World Astohished At the W~onderful Revelations ry, at Made by the Great Astroloklst, scri- Madame H. A. PERBIGO, h eix HE reveals secrets no mortal everl S knew. She restores to happiness those who, frogi doleful events, catastro ate of phes, crosses in love, loss of relations and friends, loss of money, &c.,,have become n and despondent. She brings together those Eight long separated, gives inlormation concern le fol- ing absent friends or lovers, restores lost or stolen property, tells you the business you ,ers: are best qualified to pursue and in what )0 00 you will be most successful, causes speedy 4 marriages and tells you the' very day you I i5 00 will marry, gives you the name, likeness and i S00 characteristics of the person. She reads your very thoughts, and by her almost so )0 00 pernatural powers unveils the dark add bid den mysteries of the future. From the stars we see in the firmament-the malefic 0 00 stars that overcome or predominate in the configuration-from the aspects and posi neet- !ions of the planets and the fixed stars in or as the heavens at the time of birth, she dedu ces the future destiny of man. Fail not to consult the greatest Astrologist on earth. iued it costs you but a trifle, and you may never again have so favorable an opportunity. Consultation fee, with likeness and all de sired information, $1. Parties living at a distance can consult the Madame by mail with equal safety and satisfaction to them thus selves, as if in person. A full and explicit p chart, written out, with all inquiries answer neri- ed and likeness enclosed, sent by mail on receipt of price above mentioned. T'he s ex- strictest secresy will be maintained, and t ex- all correspondence returned or destroyed. s ood. References of the highest order furnished in of those desiring them. Write plainly the tl or at day of the month and year in which you a] rtain were born, enclosing a small lock of hair. ci arrel Address Madame H..A. PERRIGO, a' glue P. O. Drawer 293, Buffalo, N. Y P was mar 6, '67 ly of A AFFLICTED! - SUFFER NO MORE! bar- in the TITEN by the use of DR. JOIN ops VILLE'S ELIXiR von can be cured nce permamontly and at a.trilling cost. sage The astonishing success which has at that tended this invaluable medicine for Physi for cal and Nervous Weakness, General Debil- Di ad a ity and Prostration, Loss of Muscular En- Cc was ergy, Impotency, or any of the consequen ned cos of youthful indiscretion, renders it the Al of most valuable preparation ever discovered. but It will remove all nervous affections, do ads. pression, excitement, incapadity .to study -r or business, loss of memory, confusion, I of thoughts of self-destruction, fears of insan. 1 liity, &c. It-will restore the appetite, renew th mare the health of those who have destroyed it be B in by sensual excess or evil practices. fre r of Young Men, be hnmbugegd no more by he for "Quack Doetore" and ignorant practition. - be- ers, bift send without delay for the Elixir, h ent and be at once restored to health and hap. th een piness. A perfect cure is guaranteed in ge every instance. Price, $1, or four bottles wi to one address, ,3. be One bottle is sufficient to effect a cure in t a all ordinary cases. ien- ALSO, DR. JOINVILLE'S SPECIFIC he PILLS, for the speedy and permalment tie of cure of Gonorrhea, Gleet, Urethral Dis the charges, Gravel, Striotnre, and all affec- th the tions of the Kidneys and Bladder. Cures ch effected in from one to five days. They are a prepared from vegetable extracts that are un - harmless on the system, and never' nause- t ate the stomach or impregnate the breath. No change of diet is necessary while using them, nor does their action in rict any manler interfere with bnusiness pur- pli Ba- nit Price, $1 per box. o Eithier of the above mentioned articles o will be sent to any address, closely scaled, and post-paid, by mail or express, on re- ma Si5- ceipt of price. Address all orders to rict BERGER, 8IUTTS & Co., les, Chemists, No. 285 River st., Troy, N. Y L i . - mar 6,'67, ly &, I - - - - - - me the WHISK 8 ERS by AND tic, 2iUSTACHIES!: on TORCED fo grow upon the smoothest bii "ty ". face in from three to five wecks by car it: using Dr. 8EVIGNE'S RESTAURATEUR th CAPILLAIRE, the most wonderful discov h ery in modern science, acting upon the Beard and Hair in an almost miraculous to Smanner. It has been used by the elite of or 4 re Paris and London with the most flattering succneess. Names of all purchasers will be aPI tee registered, and if entire eatisfaction is not ia given in every instance, the money will be sim cheerfully refunded. Price bmail, sealed dra and postpaid, $1. Descriptive cireulars and testimonials nmailed free. Address cl j 1BERGER, SHUTiTS &. Co, Chemists, No con S285 River Street, Troy, N. Y., Sole agents cut for the United States. kin < mar 6,"67, Iy e BEAUTY! ceu Auburn, Golden, Flsn ad Silk Corl, DRODUCED ,y the use of Prof. DEB- N SREUX' FRIS.ER LE CHEVEUX. One The E, application warrautedl to curl the most to straight and stubborn hair ofeither sex in- ma. he to wavy ringlets, or heavy massive curls. Ins been usei by the fashionables of Paris The an anLomidor, with the most gritifying re- To sults. Does no injmy to the hair. Price by mail, scaled and postpaid $1. Descrip tive Citoulars mailed free. Address BElt. IE GER, SHUIVTrS & Co., Chemists, No. 85 SI, River st., Troy, N. Y., Sole agents for the B 14 United States. mar 6,'67, ly r- EXCELSIOR I EXCELSIOR! !W ie 0A8 TEhLLAR ' : Hafr Extermi.ator! For, Remving Suprthoudsis ir to aI rFPO the ladies especally, this inis6bea ', .L deptlitor recommeuds itself as being t an almost indispeusable artleol to Aemale kin r beauty is easily applied, does not bpza or wiil injure thbe skin, but acts directly oI the not I roots. It is warranted to remove su.9tird a. t oens hair from low foreheads, ofr froum any fet l I part of the body, eompleteyl , totally and I I, radically extirpating be same, leaving the aIs . skin soft, smoathand ni-utraL 'This is t he ~i d Iolr article ised by tie Freuoni awn is the we d oPly real effeetnal depllItory'in d iateiste goa i'rioe ?5 cents per i ig meatt-t id et ' to aroy address on reeEtpt of am, tde " ! S.-rChe~ript 2 i r oiv 8t lJloi. -Y_ ma#61 'Wh, ly us New York Advertisements, Know Thy Destiny, e d I ADAME E.;". THORNTON, the great UI English Astrologist, Olairvoyant and Psychometrician, who has astonished the scientific classes of the'Old World, has now located herself at Hudson, N. Y. Madame` Thornton possesses such wonderful powers , of second sight, as to enable her to impart knowledge of the greatest importance to even the single qr married of either sex. While ness in a state of trance, she delineates the very 'tro- featnres of the person you. are to marry, and and by the aid of an inotirment' of intense ome power, known as the Psyehomntrope, ~ar* antees to produce a life-like picture o the e future husband or wife of the applicant, to or gether with date of marriage, position in life, leading traits of character, &c. This YOu is no humbug, as thousands of testimonials what can assert. She will send when desired a 'edy certified certificate, or written guarantee, you that the picture is what it purports to be. and By enclosing a small lock of hair, and sta lads ting place of birth, age, disposition and so- complexion, and enclosing fifty cents and bid- stamped envelope addressed to yourself, the you will receive the picture and desired in c formation by return mail. All communica. tions sacredly confidential. Address in the confidence, Madame E. F. TUORNTOx, P. O. 08- Box 223, Boston, N. Y. In mar 6 '671 y Crisper Coma. rth. ver Oh! she was beautiful and fair, ity. With starry eyes ind radiant hair, de- Whose curling tendrils soft, entwined, It a Enchained the very heart and mind. mail m- cRIsPER COMA, cit Por Curling the Hair of either Bez into rer- Wavy and Glossy Ringlets or on Heavy Massive Curls. hed Y using this article Ladies and Gentle S men can beautify themselves a thou. ed. sand fold. It is the only article in the led world that will curl straight hair, and at the the same time give it a beautiful, glossy 'oa appearance, The Crisper Coma not only curls the hair, but invigorates, beautifies and cleanses it; is highly and delightfully y perfumed, and is the most complete article of the kind ever offelBd to the American public. The Crisper Coma will be sent to any address, sealed and postpaid for $1. Address all orders to W. L. CLARK & Co., Chemists, S* No. 3 West Fayette street, mar 6, '67, ly Syracuse, N. Y Sd Reparator Capilli: t- Throw away your false fizzes, your si- switches, you.r wig il. Destrucitive of comfort, and not worth a fig: .- Come aged, come youthful, come ugly and n- fair, he And rejoice in your own luxuriant hair. ;d. lo- .REPARATOR CAPPILLI I"-'OR restoring hair upon bald heads b n L (from whatever cause it may have fal len out) and forcing a growth of hair upon d W the face, it has no equal. It will force the BE it beard to grow upon the smoothest face in from five to eight Weeks, or hair upon bald n y heads in from two to three months. Afew ' ignorant practitioners have asserted that ir, there is nothing that will force or hasten J the growth of the hair or beard. Their as seertions are false, as thousands of living es witnesses (from their owth experience) can - bear witness But many will Say, how are S we to distinguish the genuine from the v [C spurious] It certainly is difficult, as nine tenths of the different Preparations adver- A t tised for the hair and beard are entirely _ worthless, and you may have already C- thrown away large amounts in their phr es hase. To such we would say, try the Re e parator Capilli; it will cost you nothing 1 e unless it fully comes up to our represents- ti e- tions. If your Druggist does not keep it, e r send us one dollar and we will forward it, postpaid, together with a receipt .for the money, which will be returned you on ap. A r plication, provided entire 'satisfaction is not given. Address, S W L. CDARK & Co., Chemists, No.3 West Fayette street, e- mar 6 '67 ly S yraeuse,-N. Y P SIPA Young Lady returning to her country home, after a sojourn of a few - months in the City, was hardly recognised by her friends. In place of a course, rus tic, fluashed face, she had a soft ruby com Splexion of almost marble smoothness, and i instead of twenty-three she really appeared ibut eighteen. Upon inquiry as to the v ! cause of so great a ohange, she plainlytold R Sthem that site used the Circasaian Balm, and considered it an invaluable acquisition s to any Lady's toilet. By its use any Lady or Gentleman can improve their personal appearance an hundred fold. It is simple tin its combination, as-NatUre herself is e simple, yet unsurpassed in its efficacy in drawing impurities from, also healing,[ cleansing and beautifying the skin and& complexion. By its direct action on the a cuticle it draws from it all its impurities, kindly healing the same, and leaving the surface as Nature intended it should be, clear, soft, smooth andbeautlfol. Price $1, sent by Mall or Express, on receipt of an order by J W. L. CLARK & Co., Chemists. g No, 3 West Fayette st., Syracuse, N. Y. le The only American Agents for the sale of the same. mar 6, '67 1y Ov There cometh glad tidihgs of joy to all, m( To young and toold, to great and to small, The beanty which once was so preedous and rare, l- free for all, ad aall my be fair. fel OHASTELLAh'8 ? WHITE LIQUIDA DOR Improving and Beautifying the . o Ctomplexion. The most valunable and perfect prepara- it tion intube, $r giving the 'kin a esautiful pearl-like tint, that is only. uotnd inyoth of It quickly removes Tan, Fr~eklee, PTm* 'i' plea, Blotches, Moth Pathes;, Ballownesb, t EruptnsIand all impurities of the skin, kindly healingthe same leiving the skin white and cleras alabaeter Its use can bil not be detect1 'b the closest scrutiny, l aut iag avegetabl preparation is per' `fetly harmles It is the only.article of tl kind used by the French, and is con uleB by' the Parisan asindispengable to ftcrtc toltt.- U~pwards o ,o0o00 bottles Svisold driang thelat year, a suficient gant dof its efcacy. Price only 75 eoat , Sent by ali~ilpet-pait d, on receipt ....tutj its River st., Troy, N. Y. New York Adv ertitemet , Wonderful but True. reat 1/AADAME REfMINGTON, the w9rld-re and -LM nowned Astrologist and Soimambu. the listic Clairvoyant, while in a clairvoyant iow state, delineates the very features of the lme person you are to marry, and by the aid of rers an instrumenrit of intense power, known as art the Psychbomotrope, guarantees to produce to a perfect and life like picture of the future Bile husband or wife ofthe applicant, with date 'ery of marriage, occupation, leading traits of rry, character, &c.. This is no iopoetion, as nse testimonials without number cab assert. iare By stating place of birth, age, dispobition, the color of eyes and hair, and enclosing fifty ,to- cents, and stamped envelope addressed to in yourself, you will receivethe picture by ro 'his turn mail, together with desired informa 'ale tion. d a I Address in confidence, Mfadame gnE tee, TRUDE REMINGTON, ?. O. Box 297, 'West be. Troy, N. Y sts mar 6 '67 ly mud FREE TO EVERYBODY, elf, c A LARGE 6 pp. Circular, giving infor in mation'of the greatest importance to 0. the young of both sexes. It teaches how the homely may become - beautiful, the despised respected, and the forsaken laved. No young lady or gentleman should fail to send,their Address, and receive a copy post-poid, by return maiL Address P. O. Drawer, 21, mar 6, '67, 6m Troy, N. Y. Cto F. SHUTTS & CO., General Advertieing Agents, le neos. 8 1 10 State St., 'Troy, N. Y. at y AleXandria Advertisements. ily s LO T. l TIHREE promissory notes drawn by ens & McElroy to the order of M. an Welch, each for the sum of $833 33), dated to December 31st, 18158, and due December 31st, 1859, 1860 andl81 respectively, with 8 per cent. interest from date and paraphed by a Notary Publie Ne Varietur. There is a credit upon one of these notes of two years interest. All persons are warned not to receive or trade for said notes, as payment has been stopped. M. WELCH," r mar 6, 4t per H. S. Losee, Attorney. $ LOST. d rWO promissory notes drawn by Robt. l- I . Kilpatrick to the order of John P. Pettway, dated May lst, 1857, each for $1072 50-100, and due May slt,. 1861 and a May 1st, 1862 respectively, with 8 per cent. interest from date, paraphed Ne Varietir N Is by Gwinn Harris, Notary Publie, May let, 1l- 1857. All persons are warbed against tra in ding for or receiving said notes, as, pay. e inent has been stopped. in Mrs. V. PRICE, Id mar 6, 4t per H. 8, Losee, Attorney. it NOTICE. ' DaERSONS desiring Change Tickets I ,g for the Bayoi Robert Plank Rbad 1 a can procure them in Alexandria, at Dr. re St. John's Drug store; and in Cheney e ville of C. E. Jouett. A . C. E. HOSEA, Lessee. r- Alexandria, March 6, 1867-8t . a S NO6TIOE, e- A LL PERSONS are forewarned not g LI to ride or drive through that por t- tion 'f the WillowglenPlantation near t, est the Plank Road. I have leased the same and will prosecute all trespassers. 8. B. HAYGOOD. a SAlexandria arch 6, 18,7-2t. . t" UOOEB8ION. ALE.p Scceasion of ~ No. 632--DistrlctCourt, Danl. F. Goynes. Parish of Rapidea. ir Y-VIRTUE eof an order of the District SCourt of the Pwarsleh of Rpides, to me d directed, I will proceed to sell on the prmnises, at public ailtion, on 1- 8ATUEDAY, MARCH 23rd, - ,. the following described property belong. Sing to the Succession of Dani. Go. ynces s dec'd.: A certain lot of ground situated in the e village of Hudidlestqn in the Parish .of a Rapides, together with all the iniprove. ments and appurtenances- thereto be ronging. ..,. STnn e: Cash in U. 8. Trear notes. r JAME8 BR. ANDREW, Sheriff. S heriff's Ofhie, Alexandria ' February 21, 1867.. feb O20, tds--Printer's fees $13 50. FOR B ..ALE, . SDOYD'S PROLIFIC COTTON SEED s D -- Guaranteed productive or mon- p ey refunded: $1 50 per bushel Also T Johnson's Prolifle at $1 25. at Apply to BIOSSAT & FRENCH: feb 27-tf . . . . PUBLIO BRIDGE. ITHE undersigned Commissioners SATURDAY the 1th of MAlCl, 1~87, n let out to the lowest bidder, at the ta Court House door in the Town of Alex- W1 andria, the repairifig of the Bridge coi over Bayou Rapides, known as La mothe's Bridge. JOHN INNIS, J. G. BLE)SOE, W.E. TAYLO&. feb 13 186' 30 - B O.A-.041 -T1T1T -. A FEW boarders tiken into a rivate . family. For further informaion ap. ply at the house,owred by Pt. Price, on be Second street. Jan 23, 1867-git ulAVING yrhased the entire Es. ltat*tefWilliamn Waters, consisting sol of about twelve thousand acres of Pine Timbered Lands., will eontinue to run "' the Saw Mills as usual. I am prepared to fill any and all bills promptly, and deliver lumber at j almost any desired point. noy I '86 6m C. IWIS. dr en's 'To\( Books \\ ' WAX, CHINA AND PORCELAIN DOLLS, -AT 13:. ST.. OOI-E ,T'S. jan 2 tf d "' Alexandria ctes ertihteisst l WllEELWRIGI'I bu ant the Bla lofe Ice wre -and-a fty r TOM. MURPHY, na A.n- .le antidria, La, est QYE BLOCK BELOW THI TW O LIF. BY BTABLEB , BE'TWEENY TI D. Torn oMurpnr... or. UTOULD respectf.lly itnfot planters to and. citiens generally thathe is still carrying on the Blackemithingand Wheel wright bnusiness, at liia 'shop s ab ive, no where he will be 1tiend at bl times. 'i-Ie he has now on hand a large stock of timber suitable for tii WAGONS,4D PLOQw ; W of al kinds. HORS.tSHO 17G Executed in a workmanlike mnanner. Trams CASA. oct 31 1868, tf. JOHN A. WILLIAMS. ISAA- LEVY WILLIAMS & LEVY, r. RECEIVING, FORWARDING A lexandria, Louisiana. r July 4,18e6, it. SJOHNFR dw Alexandria, tLa., Wholesale and Retail Familsy Groeer, i: IS constantly on, hand the Freshest d and best FAMILY GROCERIE8, CHOICE 1 t. . · - " tr WINES, LIQUORS r ALES, etc. BOAT AND BAR STORES. Aug. 29,1866, tf. GARDEN SBEED. GADENBEED a UpRCHASERS of SEEFD would do yell 1 to see that they get the best Inad SLA NDRETIfr'S Are the most relible, A large and wil assorted stook jdst rived and fto sale by feb8-tf 'H.Or. JOHN. and to bild new' elsteris or repair old lne. He a s plenty of oiaterisa on hand, and will do worlin the country pe well as town, on the toost reasonable ann aoojO datttintg terms. Hi shop is I the p ,art of the Town, immediately· te ant o Loe s oretna' store.F Jb n isl867 otf.g e JosephI Bot]lioV? WTULDL afomunce to. ite pnublioc Stc that be hen Juste rtceied a ful osupply of tPAIT IIM ,0 , URIAL s ad8 and 'll'ey are AIR TIGHT Aiid will pro atroe adhd prttect the Oih, isnud are partionl rly designed foir the safe TRas.sara)n r .o x of bodlese tHJe Invites f attention to them.II August 15,18663 , tt . a. DESIRABLE S¶JT D 1FOR Rf1T5 I bILL ENT thy the, briek store Z buildn! is in good and omp~eto repalt and fesirt ftr imediate e~tlsatalon. At tached and to be rented with itis a good Warehouse oistern and all necessary yard cohTencle. For terms aJ t. 0 jan 9 '7 tf RC. .INI ,JE, Dissolrtlon of Coptrtnershic. purchased b larris & Lewis of, W. Waters on 31Sist of Octobei, 1868, will bobtinue thimIbuabek Imaeimdi on his own acqoiwtL. Allagenuies close this day. Or; ders for lumber and all transactions must be *Ithe malons. C. F. LEWIS. Feb. 16th, 18663m FOB BALE, S A GOD and bibi ti build me Sing eenateed in PinWeville. il be sold, cheap for Cash. Apply ut tils 081ce. to feb. 27th, tf rol GET THE kOlBT' RELIABE1 B LANDERETH and SHAKE! Ibe -AT H. ST JHN8 's jan 2 tf i will arind ny and all corn which ama. e brought to the BAu, MIu.. dcc 1 C. F. LEWIS. shi ALREXANDBIJA, £4, ., Witl piaetid e in the Coints of l pides a aud ajoling PIrishe.' : :' Alexsndfria, .a O Oie 'rontu Rooss, U'J3tais .i James . Osboiid's ikcwk Stire, ALEXAiNDRIA, ;A.,; . 'S Jan0 '67 tf r .. I .Ae, f " , ft) 1-. WVill practice is profession in the Parishes of eRapidie, Natchiteades, W'innand Sabine. ,jy l1, .-: LE WIS & II tNTE, " 'Y A"T`OR)TBVEYR 'A t xA W, AsIbd ia r Louisiana, Will practice in the Ninth Judicial Strict composed of the" ?arisbes of la t4ue, Natchitoches, Wifanfi td Sabin' : March 14, 1866;, . H. NEWTON sERBURNE . I: .. )GRE A'oTRNY8 AT LAW, I ov, 1 86ly .AltteymlaI s t `·aw 't Will also attend to linsineus iji the ' Parishes of Natchitoches and Winn. Feb. 7,: X'74yT....... -; a :r , '. .7 ,:-8, SAlexAu.aia, Lols Teaia Sam at Lbe .R.IA, £4. I Feb.- , ' .--y - .. . . . ,'lII r7 i BR EO akLx s, Rf. .. S . . . -. aRK. Attrcsyis at L&ain Manrice Grive *n want . f l r, at. t ro ,: di t..... .,e Nvc, . u8rpup o. .. Cotner of ank ?lae stak, New t eltaus Louiien& 5 idiaNlE -, i.l.. . ' e TOR SALEasett of INI ?ML -. WURN T. 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