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VOLUME 22. } ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA, WEDNESDAY, MARC 20,167 N BE 9
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Alexan~ria Advertisements, .
SHERIFF'S SALE. s
Jesse A. Bynum c
vs. I No. 23-District e
Mrs. Eliza Huie Court-Parish of r
and r Rapides-Stateof s
Mrs. Eliza Hanie .Louisiana.
BY VIRTUE of a wrilt of Fieri Faci- d
B as issued by the Honorable the
District Court in and for the Parish of
Ras ides, State of Louisiana, and to me
addressed in the above numbered and
entitled suit, I have seizei0 nd will of
fer for sale to the last antl highest bid
SATURDAY, the 6th day of APRIL,
between the hours of 11 A. M. and 4 P.
,M., at the door of the Court HoTise, in
the Town of Alexandria, Parish of
Ltapides, State of Louisiana, the follow
uing described property seized as the tI
property of defendant, to-wit:.
A certain tract or parcel of land situ- it
ated in the Parish aforesaid with all the el
improvements thereon, to-wit: Seven C'
hundred acres, more or less, bounded a
on the North by Bayou Rigolette, on
the West in part by Bayou Darro, and j
in pnrt by entries made by Isaac Bald tl
win, on the South by lands purchased it
by Collioun from J. M. Wells, and on tl
the East by a tract owned by Jesse A. b;
Bynum, and now in his possession.
TERLMS OF SALE: At twelve months "
credit, or bond, the purchaser being re- e0
quired to fornish :good and suffieient a
joint security, and special mortgage on e
the property sold, bearing eight per to
cent. per annum interest from the day
bf the adjudication. al
J. R. ANDREWS,
March 13, 1867-'tds. Sheriff.
Printer's fees. 22 50 cl
8 ERIBf FF'S SALE.
Elizabeth Alexander, No. 578-I)istrict pr
Executrix, Court, Parish of a
vs.. '' f-Ri pides, State of at,
Elizabeth Cripps. J LOuisiana. be
"iY VIRTUE of a writ of Fieri FPa- w
BL caiu issned by the Honorable District
Court in and for 'the Parislh of Rapides,
State of Louisiana, and to me addressed in wi
theabove numbered and entitled suiat, I an
have seized and will ofLer for sale to the ee
last and highest bidder on
SATURDAY the 6th day of April 1867.
between the hours of 11 A. ?1. and 4 P. l.,
at the Court House door, in the 'Town of
Alexandria, Parlsh of Rapides, State of
Lousianas, the following described proper
t seized as the property of Defendant,
A certain tract or cparcel of land situated
ain the Parish of Rap des on the North side
of Red River near the Parish line between c
Avoyelles and Rapides Parish, containing Or
twro hundred and forty acres, more or less, Ba
bounded on the Nott~h by lands of Henry mi
Campbell, on the Eas Sy government Pa
hada and lands of I. MeCann, Sou8a by sa
Sernment lands and West bj govetnment '
Jurde and lande of Mrs. Cannono.
Tsaws os Sasus: At twelvemontdhs cred- ch
it, or bond, the purchaser being required to an
furnish good and sufficient joint security, B
sd special mortgage on the property sold, g
bering eight per cenmit per annum interest, for
from ithe day of the adjudication.
S J. 1. ANDBEWS, Sheriff.
Earch 13, 1867-Printer's fees $18 25.
THE STATE OFPLOI. & l 8 A.
Dlstrlkt Ceurt-*farish ot ftapldes,
SNINTH JUDICIAL DISTRIFCT 1
.ucsesion of John Caroahan, Administra
tion and Inventory-No. 79,
WtHIEREAS, Marcia Carnahan has to
Smade application ·to this Court to be Ha
appointed Administraris of the tuccession an
*(John Cariahan, deceased: Notice is l
bu-by given to all whom it doth o mayy
secern, to show cause, within ten days GE
Srim tho date hereof, why the same shboald
'Mot be granted. ..
Clerk's Oloce, Alexandria, La., March t
Itb, 1807. W, W. Warrrmarox, Jr.,
'iMarhbl3-2t. Deputy Clerk. El
'+ 5 VATBE IBOARDING at Mii. Can
: Aeld's on Second street. Having. a
,b eemineutiy suitable for the pnrpose,
eit. large, pleasant and convenient
iMrsC1EI can offer superior
edatlond~to lodgers or day boarders. F
.f BEREBY constitute and appoin: T
4:.B. Loece my Agent and Attorney an
t ,f to transact aluy bsiniuess im bea
t- Parish of Rapides in which I may i
'$Y 13, tf. 'ron
FOR SALI ,i
0OYD'8 PRiOLIFIC COTTON SEED o01
r -tuaranteed lpductive or nmn- onl
funded: $1 50 per bushel. Also Pri
o rhnOROn's Prolifle aIt $1 o to a
' 3 to Blo~A'r & FIEECII:
S New York Advertisements,
Tlih World Astonished
At the Wonderful Revelations
at Made by the Great AstrolegistI
Madame H, A, PERBIGO,
six C HE reveals secrets no mortal ever
) knew. She restores to happiness
those who, from doleful events, catastro
of plies, crosses in love, loss of relations and
friends, loss of money, &c., have 0become
rnd despondent. She brings together those
ght long separate(, gives information concern
ing absent friends or lovers, restores lost or
fol- stolen property, tells you the business you
a: are best qualified to pursue and in What
you will be most successful, causes speedy
00 marriages and tells you the very day you
00 will marry, gives you the name, likeness and
characteristics of the person. She reads
00 your very thoughts, and by.her almost sn
00 pernatural powers unveils the dark and hid
den mysterieg of the future. From the
stars we see in the fi'mament-the malefic
00 stars that overcome or predominate in the
configuration-from the aspects and posi
et- tions of the planets and the fixed stars in
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.
ed It costtayou 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
selves, as if in person. A full and explicitI
chart, written out, with all inquiries answer
ct ed and likeness enclosed, sent by mrail on
of renipt of 'pric6 abbve mentioned. The
of strictest secresy will be maintained, and
all correspondence returned or destroyed.
References of the highest order furnished
those desiring them. Write plairily the
day of the month and yeat in which you a
Swere born, enclosing a small lock of hair. c
Address Madame Hi. A. PERRIGO, 9
e P. 0. Drawer 293, Buffalo,. N. YI
mar 6, '67 ly
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in ITHEN hy the use of DR. JOIN
¥ VILLE'S ELIXIR you can be cured
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SThe astonishing success which has at
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d most valuable preparation ever discovered.
It will remove all nervoui alffctions, de
n poession, excitement, incapacity to study
d or business, loss of memory, confusion,
thoughts of self-destruction, fears of insau- Il
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n the health of those who have destroyed it b
by sensual excess or evil practices. f,
Young Men, be humbugcgd no more by b
"Quack Doctors" and ignorant practition- i,
ers, but send without delay for the Elixir, tl
and be at once restored to health and hap. t
piness. A perfect cure is guaranteed in
I every instance. Price, $1, or four bottles i
r to one address, $3.
p One bottle is sufficient to effect a cure in m
all ordinary cases.
ALSO, DR. JOINVILLE'S SPECIFIC to
PILLS, for the speedy and permamnent ti
cure ,f Gonorrhea, Gleot, Urethral Die- w
charges, Gravel, Stricture, and all altec- tl
tiops of the Kidneys and Bladder. Cures el
effected in from one to five days: They are p
L prepared from, vegetable extracts that are um
f harmless on the system, and never nanse- ti
f ate the. stomach or impregnate .the se
breath; No change of diet is nedessary p.
while using them, nor does their action in m
any manner interfere with business pir- pl
Ssuits. Price, $1 per box.
Either of the above mentioned articles
I will be sent to any address, closely.scaled
Sand post-paid, by mail or exprees, on re- m
Ceipt bfprice.. Address all orders to
BERGER, SRHUTT8L & Co.,
Chemists, No. 285 River st., Troy, N. Y cc
mar 6, '67, ly
ORCED to grow apon the smoothest bi
face in from three tb ilve weeks by ca
using 1)r. SEVIGNE'S RESTAURATEUR th
CAPILLAIRE; the most wonderful discov.
cry in moderp stience, acting upon the
Beard-and Haii in an almost miraculous to
manner. It has been used by the elite of or
Pa:is and London with the most flattirintg a
success. Names of all p~rehbasers will be
registered, and if entire satisfacition is not
given in every instance, the noney will be Sl
cheerfully refunded. Price by mail, sealed dr
and postpaid, $1. Descriptive circulars l1
and testimonials mailed free. Address
BERGER, SHUTTS & Co, Chemists, No CO
285 River Street, T'roy, N. Y., Sole agents co
,for the United States. hi
mar 6,'67, iy
Aubur, klden, Flane and 8itl C(rls,
P ODUCED by the use of Prof. DEB
REUX' FRISEI LE 0C1EVVEU1X . One
application warranted to eurl. Ie most m,
straight and stubborn hair ofeitier sext in
to wavy ringlets, or heavy massive curls.
Has been used by the fashionables of Paris '1l
and Londoni with the most gratifying re- To
sults. Does no injury to the hair; Price
by mail, sealed and postpaid $1; Descrip·
tive Ciroular, mailed free; Address BEiff4
IGER, SH"UTT8 & Co., Chemists, No. 285
Rive ast., Troy, N. Y., Sole agents for the fl
miar 6, '67, fy
EXCELSIOR I EXCELSIOR I!
Hair Exterminator !
For Ilemovi~ng Saperhos fHair
TFO the ladies especially, this invaluable ph
Sdepilatory recommends itself t' being Er
an almoe indispensable article to Je.u1lel kim
beauty, is easily applied, does not burn o' wi
injure the skin, but acts directly on the no
rootes. It is warranted to remove superfin- an
ons hair frontm to-foreheads, or froma any fee
parct of thie blody, completely, totially and th
ralically extirpating the same, leavilng the aid
skin soft, smooth and natural. This is the a
only article used by the French, and isath we
only real effeetual depilatory in existence. gui
Price 7i cents peair package, sent post-aid, cou
to any address, on receipt of an orde, by of i
BEItIGER, SIUTfTS & Co.,
Chemists,~'85 River st., Troy,N. Y
rzmar 6,'7, iy nma
New York Advertisementsa
Know Thy Destiny.
A1AMii E. F. THORNTON, the great
I English Astrologist, Clairvant and
Psychometrician, who has astonished the
scientifle classes of the Old World, has now
located herself at Hudson, N. Y. Madame
Thornton possesses snuth wonderful powers
.of second sight, as to enable her to impart
knowledge of the greatest importance to
re the single or married of either sex- While
ess in a state of trance, she d(lineates the very
ro- features of the person you are to marry,
nd aId by the aid of an instrument of intense
e power, known as the Psychomotrope, guar
Santees to produce a life-like picture of the
futire husbald or wife of the applicant, to
gether with date of marriage1 plosition in
or life, loading traits of character, &c. This
on is no humbug, as thousands of testimonials
iat can assert. She will send when dehired a
dy certified, certificate, tr written guarantee,
on that the picture is what it purports to be.
nd By enclosing a small lock of hair, ant ieta
da ting place of birth, age, disposition and
3n_ complexion, and enclosiug fifty cents and
id- staniped envelope addressed to yourself,
yoe u will receive the picture aid desired in
formationby return mail. All communiba.
fic tios sacredly confidential. Adldrss in
he confidence, Madatiie h. F. TionNToN, P. O.
si- Box 223, Boston, N. Y.
in mar 6 '67 ly
to Crisper Coma,
er O! she was beautiful and fair,
y. With starry eyes and radiant hair,
e. Whose curling tendrils soft, entwined
a Enchaiued the very heart and miitli.
it Por Curling the Hair of either Sex into
r- Wavy and Glossy Ringlets or
i , Heavy Massive Cursa,
iY using this article Ladies and Gentle
d men can beautify themselves a thou
sand fold. It is the only article in the
d world that will curl straight hair, and at
e the same time give it a beautiful, glossy
u appearance. The Crisper Coma not only
curls the hair, but invigorates, beautifies
and cleanses it; is highly and delightfully
perfumed, and is the most complete article
of the kind ever offered 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,
No. 3 West Fayette street,
mar.6, '67, ly' Syracuse, N. Y
Throw away your. falsa frizzes, your t
switches, yo:r wig
- Destructive of comfort, and not worth a fig:
, Come aged, come youthful, come ugly and F
And rejoice in your own luxuriant hair. I
nREPARATR CAPUnL 11
V OiR restoring hair upon bald heads
(from whatever cause it may havefal- i
len out) and forcing a growth of hair upon
" the face, it has no equal. It will force the n
t beard to grow upon the smoothest face in
from five to eight weeks, or hair upon bald
F heads in from two to three months.. Afew
ignorant practitioners have asserted that
there is nothing that will force or hasten
the growth of the hair or beard. Their as
sertions are false, as thousands of living
witnesses (from their own experience) can c
bear witness But many will say, how are 8
we to distinguish the gennine from the o
spurious' It certainly is difficult, as nine
tenths of the different Preparations adver
t tised for the hair and beard are entirely
worthless, and you may have already
thrown away large amounts in their pur
chase. To shch we would say, try the Re
parator Capilli;. it will cost you nothing t
unless it fully comes up to Oiur representa
tions. If your Druggist.does not keep it,
send us one dollar and we will forward it,
postpaid, together with a receipt for thed
money, *thich will be returned you on ap
plication, probided entire satisfaction is
not given. Address, t.
W L. CLARK & Co., Chemiosts,
No.3 West Fayette street,
mar G'67 ly Syracuse, N. Y
IL'A Young Lady returning to her R
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, flushed face, she had a soft ruby com
plexion of almost marlile smoothness, and
instead of twenlty-three shereafly appeared -
but eighteen. Upon inquiry as to the
cause of so great a change, she plainly told
them that she used the Ciroasean Balm,
and,considered it an invaluable acquisition oc
to any Lady's toilet.. By its use any Lady T
or Gentleman can improve their personal ti
appearance an hundred fold. It is simple
in its conmbination, as Nature herselfis bi
simple, yet munsurpassed in its efleacy in
drawing impurities from, also .healing,
cleansing and bedatifying the .skin and
complexion. By its direct action bn the
cuticle it draws from it all its impurities,
kindly healing file isanie, and leaving the
surface as Nature intended it should be,
clear, soft, smooth and beautiful. Price$1, j
sent by Mail or Express, on receipt of an
W. L. CLARK & Co., Chemists,
No, 3 West Fayette st., Syrancuse, N. Y.
The only American Agents for the sale of
mar6, '07ly r
There cometli glad tidings of joy to all, hi
To 'ofig and to old, to great and to small,
The beauty which once was so precious
apd rare , ' at
is free for all, and all my. be fair. ,
By the us o- .. .
OR&SFLfilRtA'T . bz
WHTE LIQ U1:D
[ TOR I1nP oving and lieautifying the fel
The oet valiuable and perfect ptep~pa
on in nse, for giving the shin a beautiftug
pear4ike tit, thiat it only found in youth
It qicly remondves Tan, Freckles, Pim.
plea,' Blotebhesj oth Patehes, Sallowness,
Erptions, and all impurities of the ski, uO
kinlly kealing the same leaving the skin *
white and vlear as alabaster. Its use can 18
not be detected by the closest scrutiny, da
and beihg a vegetable WIeparatim. is per.- ca
fectly harl!,:ss. it is the only article of th
1the kind used l;y the French, and is con- tr
sidered by the P'arisian as indispensable'to ha
a perfect toilkt. Upwards of 30,,00 bottles Mi
were sold duriing thepnast year, a sufficient
guarantee of its efilcacy. Price only, 75'
cents. Sent by amal; postepaid, on receipt
of gn order, by
BERGER, 8IIUL'TT & Co.,
mnar6, '5$7," i
New York Advertisements
Wonderful but True.
,at 1 J[ADAME nfY NGr6'i , the world-re
nd l1 nowned Astrologist aitd Somummbu
he listie Clairvoyant, while in a oeairvoyant
>w state, delineates the very features. of tlhe
lie person you are to'.marry; and by the aid of
ore an instrument of intense power, kn6wn as
trt the Psychomotrope, guarantees to produce
to a perfect and life like picture of the future
ile husbana or wife ofthe applicant, with date
ry .of marriagei Occupation, leading traits of
ry, character, &c. This is no impostion, as
se testimonials without number can assert.-=
ir- By stating place of ihfth, age, disposition,
he color of eyes and hair. and enclosing fifty
to- cents, and stamped envelope addressed to
in yourself, you will receivethe picture-by re-.
ins turn mail, together with desired informa
a t Address in confidence, Madame GErR
1e, TRUDE REMINOTON, P.: O. Box 21t, West
le. Troy, N. Y.
,a- mar 6 '67 1y
id FREE TO EVERYBODY.
- A LARGE 6 pp. Circular, giving.infaih
in omation of the greatest importance;to
). the young of both sexes.
It teaches how the homely may become
- eautiful, the despised respected, and the
No young lady or gentleian shouldi fail
to send their Address, and receive a copy
post-laid, by return mail
Address P O. Drawer, 21.,
mar 6, '67, 6m 'Trby, s i. Y.
po, F. SiUrTT & CO.,
General Advertising Aget0
SNos, 8 & 10 State St., 'froy, I. T. j
Y Alexandria ldvortisemeuts.
L OST. .
T HREE promissory notes drawn by
e I Stevens & McElroy to the order of M.
Welch, each foir the sum of $833 331, dated
December 31st, 1858; and dlt e December
31st, 1859 1860 and 1861 reepective ly, with
8 per ceni. interest from date and jiaraphed
bya Notary Publio Ke Vrielur. There is
a credit upon one of these notes of two
years interest. All persons are warned
not to receive or trade for Atid 1nbtes, as
payment has been stopped.
r mar 6, 4t per H. 8. Losee, Attiorney.
TWO promissory notes drawn by Robt.
M.g Kilpatrick to the order of John P. 1
Pettway, dated May 1st, 1857, each for
$1072 50-100, and due May 1st, 1861 and a
May 1st, 1862 respectively, with 8 per cent.
interest from date; paraphed JNe Varietu.r t
by Owinn Harris, Notary Public; ;My 1st,
1857. All persons are warned against tra
ding for or receiving said notes, as pay
ment has been stepped.
Mrs. V. PRICE,
mar 6, 4t per I. 8. Losee, Attorney.
DERSONS desiring Change Tickets
for the Bayou Robert Plank Road t,
can procure them in Alexandria, at Dr.
St. John's Drug store; and in ChOney
ville of C. E. Jouett.
C. E. HOSEA,,Lessee.
Alexandria, Marhi 6, 186--3t - a
BUOO E S I8IO N BALE;
Snceessiou of ' No. 63--DistrictCbourt,
DAnl. F. Goynes. I Parish of Rapides.
Y VIRTUE of an order ofthe District
'Court of the Parish of R~spidesa to ine
directed, I will proceed to sell on the
premises, at pubic action, on o
SATU.EDAY, MARCH 93r ,
ithe following described property belong
ing to the Succession of Dal. F. Goynes,
A drtbtnt lot of ground situated it the
village of Huddleston, in. the Parish of
Rapides, together with all the improve
tents and appurtenanCes thereto be
longing.: . . :
TmIws: Cash It f, S. Treasnry Iotes.
JAMES R. ANDREWS, sheriff.
Sheriff's Otliee, Alexandris, February
Ii, 1867.. :
feb 20, tds-Printer's fees $13 50.
I..lCT'5& EB 3 am t.*
lrAVING purchased the ciatire' s-.
Ill tate of William Watert, conseating
of about twelve thousand acres of Pine
Timbered Lands, will continue to run
the Saw Mills as usual8:
i am prepared to fill anyand all
bills promptly, and deliver lumber-at
almost any desired point. .
noy '666m . F WIS e
New Goods! New Goods I
I WOULD RESPECTULLY INFORM
my friends and eustowmer that I have
just returned from New Orleans, with a
fresh supplg of a
and many other artielestoo nnmeirous to co
mention, all of which I will sell at the
lowest CASH prices. I keep conatanutly on -
hand a large supply of
Corn, Oats aid Brari '
at reasonairle rates. I have Biso OE
HUNDRED PLOWS4 Calhon paatter, to
Peacock and Hall p 8pear; 1 os. .4, 1, ijp
and 2, at E1W O A PRICI. W
Give me a call and judge fbtyt~u6elves, Ca
but don't come all at once and don't for- as
get your pocket books. de
I will either advance or give a reason be
ablepricefor Ootton. Inquirejust abovethe
ICE I0USE HOTEL.
feb 20 tf JACOB WALKER.
ON the ith day of July, A. i) 1865,
idni house was broken open by a Com- -
pany .of Federal Cavalry, and a promiesory
note made by Robert II. Jackson, deeeas
~d, for seven hundred dollars, dated in
1862, with eight percent interest fromG
date until paid, payable to my order, when
called f~r-r-on demand--wa stolen by
them. All persons are cautioned not to
trade for, or purchase the same as palyment
has been stoped. .
March 13-1867. S_8AMk~EL
S FI use for Eent -
A FINE and conmmodious dwelipg, with
lo s good outhouses and pleutiyard
1roo. J.3 LE8IN..
SI ONE BLOCK BELOW THE TFwo LJPE
iY ST4J.DES, jiBBETWR TlHIRD
9.f 'OUR1T STREfaTB
:TTODQT L2 irspectfully. inform planters
o TV. and 'itizens generally that he is still
carrying on the Blacksmithing and Wheel
wright business, at his shop as above,
° where he will be found at all times. Ife
e has now on' hand a large -stock of timber
suitable for * "
1 WAGONS AND PLOWS
r of all kinds.
Executed in a workmanlike manieor
oct A1 1866, tf. .
JOHN A. WILLIAMS. ISAA" ' LEVt
WILLIAMS & LEVY,
July 4, 186e. it.
Wholesale and Rettail
. Family .Grocer,
IIE>SC constantly on hand the Fftesheat
and best fatkiM GiIObCEBiii, C bitt j
W1 ET , LTQUORS, ALES, etc.
BOAT AND BAR StOeS.
Ang. 29, 18(6, tf.
GARDEN SEED, GARDENSEJE .
URCHASEIRS of SEED would do well
to see that they get the best kind.
.L AN D R Ei H
Are the most reliable.. A large and well
assorted stook just arrived and for sale by
feb 6Ltf H. Sr. JOHN.
S now, r red t te bpatrau i· n otte
..- WOO ,O ARS, Es.,,, ..;..,.:
and, to build, new cisterns or repai' old
ones, He lias plenty oftmitefal on hanil,
aiddill do workitfi the counnry as well is
town, on the tnnot reasiinable afid aecomue
dating teims. HiL shop is .in the ipner
part of ,the Town, ipunediately in te
fnt ofLoutls Gossens' stOrti.
JoSahpif 80 ti.
-~ITOULD .annoucs ,0 ,i public
TVT tht he has j4s receivd. a full
they are AIR TIG(T and in.l pre
serve and protect thii vP, and are
particularly designed, for the safe
TasNsrToa sToJ of bolies. Ieinvites
August 15, 1866, tif '
DESIRAUb LE STORlE FOR lEIE'T.
SWILB REN1' my flae, brick ethre, on
Front street, for one year or ubie. The
itnlildiii is iin good and eoonpls"e repair
and etady for immediate occupation. At
t etielnd to be rented it4.hit is a good
Warehouse, cisetern and all Inaetsary yard
cont~entenocs.; For terms~tpply to
jan 9~67 tt R. O, HYNSON,; JBR.
( F. LEWIS bhatng purahased the on
* tire interest of -W. C. Harris in anud
to the landed estate, Saw Mills, ett., etc., a
iuchased by Harris & t~etis of W.
Waters on the 31st of October, 1866, will
continue the lumber businesison his own I
aceount, All aAgeni'e close this day. Or. j
ders for lamber and all transactions must ti
be with me alone. C. FP. LEWIS. ,
Feb. 16th, 1866-31n
A GOOD and COMFORTABiL build. a
1 ing situated in Pinseville, Will be
sold, cheap for~ Cash. Apply at this 0lce.
feb. 27th, tf .,
GET TEE if OPA' RELIABLYJ,
LANDRE¶I¶ ad 811ARE I bR
.. ST. JOHN'8.
jan 2 f!
- o. . . eal "
T will grind any and all corn which
I may be brought to the BALL MLL.
C F. LEWIS. s
dec 19 3m
ATTO-YI AT LAW'
W34. A.&. SmAr,
Will practice in the ~Courts of` flaiides
aud, adjuir i , Pushe .
TUOAIA S. C. MA&NN ING,.
COUNSELLOR AND A1! OItNEY AT LAW,
gli, 87`-;t~b~ fl~,
Otte . Front Booms, UV' Stairs,. in
James W. Oaborn'e Brk chofr,
Rr z:t S ,r.eet,.
jaDn 9' tf' ___
e ATT91iO.L AND COUNSELLOR. AT LAW,
ill practite tis prafoeaaon in,*he
Parisbes ,La deb, r8 at K toc,
Winn td: l~inc +lY: f'',
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S:trict composed of the T'arisha s"o" ofait, ý,
'IWatehitac`'he , Winn a d 8abin'e.
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