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NEW ORLEANS BUSINESS CARDS.
IZIA. rI WirE, DEL 7ING, Etc.
BOSTICK & SEYMOUR, 38 Fulton
street, Wholesale dealers in Metals,
Hardware, Ship Chandlery, Steamboatand
Railroad supples. Agents for New York
Belting and Packing Co.
nov 28 1861 ly
WVHZOLS.'ALE FISH. .WC'8.
S D. MOODY & CO., 67 TehoupitoUlas
" street. Special attention given to
selling Mackerel, Codfish, Herring, Butter,
Cheese and Lard.
nov 28 1866 ly
J.EtWZEAr FAKNCT GOOi)8S.
A. GRISWOLD & CO., (old firm of
SHyde & Goodrich) established in
New Orleans 50 years. Manufacturers and
Imlorters of Wutches, Jewelry, Silverware,
Cutlery, Guns and Pistols, corner Canal
and Royal streets.
nov 28 1866 ly
G BRUNIG, Artist in Hair and dealer
. in Watches and Jewelry, No. 118
Canal street. Premium awarded at -the
late Fair for best Hair work. Watches re
paired and warranted. A. REIMANN,
de 12 1866 ly Watchmaker
FO  J1NEIEA,
LEEDS' FOUNDRY, corner Delord and
Foucher streets, Manufacturer Steam
Engines,.Boilers, Sugar Mills, Saw Mills,
Cotton Presses, Newell screws, and all
kinds of Plantation and steamboat works.
nov 38 1866 ly
l170OLL.4 LEB CL 0 2HI.NG.
M. ORSE & CO., Wholesale Clothing,
e 31 Chartres street, corner Custom
bouse, New Orleans.
nov 28 1866 ly
CO.Mjl8IONSS JOfAM CJIH.N ,3.
GOLSA~N & SANDERS, (K. ~. GOLSAN,
Alabama--J. Y. HsANDERS, Louisiana)
308 Poydras street, New Orleans.
jan 23, 1867-ly
W. M. PERKINS, S. M. SWENSON, ii. L. K KRNION
PERKINS, SWENSON & CO., New
P Orleans. Swenson, Perkins & Co.,
New York, General Commission Mer
lhanta. a
Oct 17 '66 ly.
W ARE & BROTHER, (H. 1i. WARE,
JAMES T, -WARE,) Particular at- l
tention paid to selling wool, No. 133 1
Graier Street.
0O 17'661y.
W1HOLE&S44' 21et GG182. 8
F P. DUCONGE, Importerand deal
Seer in French, American and Eng
Jish Drugs, Chemicals, Perfumery,
Patent Medicines, Surgical In struments,
'Irusses, Brushes and Druggist's Sun
drieas No. 39 Chartres street. Estab
lidhed in 1829.
oct 311866 ly
D UCONGE'S PECTORAL BALSAMIC
SYRUP still continues to enjoy pub,
ic favor, and is in fact, the most reliable
medicine which can be used in COLDS.
OOUGHS,BRONCHITIS, SORE THROAT,
SPITTING OF BLOOD, and CONSUMP
TION.
Besides its acknowledged eflicacy, it is
very palatable, and children take it with
pleasure.
It is also the cheapest syrup now in use,
as it will keep without fermenting for r
years after being opened, and consequent
no loss is sustained by the purchaser.-
he bottles too, are larger than any other g
Pectoral syrup.
Soldd at I1 per bottle by all respectable m
elruggiate.
F. P. DUCONGE, Proprietor,
oct 31 1886 6m 39 Chartres street.
*1'ZdkOs, .a&lC, inc,* C.
LOUIS GRUNEWALD, Music, im
porter Musical Instruments, Pleyel
Pianos, Clhickeringj's, Steinway & Sons,
and Oabler's, 129 Canal street.
Oct 17 '66 ly.
7ORN & BREMER, 98 Camp street,
NJ constantly on hand Afint claes Pianos,
Pleyel's, Martinsand Ouvrier's, the celebra
ted Cycloid, etc.
oct 31 1866 ly , Of
61 IAG At'CI1I.VE&. No
SOUTHERN FAMILY SEWING
t MACHIN'E-Noiseless Machine of
Wilcox & Gibbs, will sew, hem, fell,
'braid, teuck, gather, quilt, cord and em
broider with satisfaction. Agents want
ed at No. 5 St. Charles street, New
Orleans. Box 386.
Oct 17 '66 ly'
K NIGHT & CO., Dealers in Ma
l chinery, Belting, Cotton Gins, &c.,
170 & 172 Graoier saeet; New Orleans. an
Oct 17 '66 ly. his
Q TROUD'S MARBLE WORKS, es
S tablished 1880, 164 St. Charles
streeti Monumtemt , Tombs, Headstones,
Mantle lpieees, Grates, Slate, Soap
Oct 17 '66 . B.
f/JOOZ8A -0r& i.PA 21OVJO f 7
p F. GOGARTY, Catholic Book
* and Stationery Store 151 Camp
street, opposite St. Patrielr's Church,
NeOw Orleans, I4 BlI
Oct lt '666m " "
GEORGE E. SEARS, General Commis.
. sion Merchant and dealer in Hiay,
Corn, Oats and Bran, '~.. 94 lMagazine C(
street. ..
nov 14 1866ly
TLEON PIERRE & CO., Importers and
- dealers in Leather and Shoe Fimdings,
No. 85 Cthartrca street.
nov 14 G1866 ly (
SPer6Ieaoi)6#, 71?L1?WSzv. a s
B Pt lT,1t7 Chat estCt. Toys,
* Perfnmerv, Combs, Brushes, Buttons, (jA
Traps, Needles, Plina, Cptlery, Plated Ware,
Dress Trimnmings, Bonnets, Etc..
nov 14 1866 ly
CRESCENT CITY PAPIRI WARE
- HOUSE, Gordon & Herriok, 99 Maga
sine street, dealers in Paper and AHentu
fr Paper a Manufactrory.
nov 14 1866 ly
IOOP SAY' ? 2 v8 d and COiA'7.
[ROSENFELD & FASS, Louisiana Spi
- ral Skirt Manufactnrers, 166 Canal
stretalk Best French Corsets imported.
no 14 1866ly
0YPRESB LUMBER,
E andersi~ged will keep constant
S~n on hand, at Alexandria, for sale All i
at market rat~s, a assorted supply of whir
-ypress lumber, alawa lot of first chss price
oistern lumber. Parties* will have Ai
theoir bills promptly hlled by applying
to our agent, ot t. Parker Alexand
r,, i ". " W. & T..BUd H. I
sept S, tf. . b
U~~~~~~~~ ·------------------ Orde
TO RENT--RoouM at the Rhorer House Alex
Sor uofices or tIeejing rooms, d
DS. ALEXANDRIA ADVERTISEMENTS
Mitc. MOSES ROSENTHAL. MIRES ROSENTIIAL
t ls,. illi;I
York
FALL AND WINTER STOCK OF
NEW GOODS UNSURPASSED
IN THE ALEXANDRIA
eto MARKET.
tter, -
THE undersigned, thankful for
the past liberal patronage, have
9J the pleasure to give special notice
to their friends and customers, that
Sof their store, on
and Fro~Et Sbatreet,
ae, has been enlarged and entirely re
fitted and cleared of their lastyear's
stock, and completely refurnished
with a full and large assortment of
paler
118
' Groceries; Hosiery
iker Shoes, of all kinds
Boots, and prices.
Hats, Clothing;
and Tinware, Woodware;
rks. Saddlery; Perfumery.'
A rare and rich assortment of
Ladies' Dress Goods selected with
great care and especially to suit
n9 the taste of the Ladies of Rapides.
All of which are offered for LIV
ING prices and on accomodating
terms.
G IVE Us ANOTHER CALL.
M ROSENTHAL & BRO.
na) jan 9 67 tf
-TAKE NOTICE
ION
few -THAT
1i0.1
SJOHN WE IL,
- - .A.gen:t
at- Has just returned from New Or
133 leans, where he has selected and
parchased with great care, express
ly for the Rapides market, a full
stock of
Fi L illll I IITH NES.,
g- comprising
, Clothing of all kinds, makes and
n- shapes;
ib- Io oa iery,
FRENCH and ENGLISH PRINT S;
- BOOTS,
SI SHOES,
nJ SLIPPERS,
bl
l. Gaiters, a truly fine lot.
LTG- O L0 -ERItIS,
A FINE AND CHOICE LOT.
is .
ith CALL AND SEE!!
se, All these he is selling at reduced
r rates for CASH only. No more
CREDIIT so be sure to bring your
ter gold and greenbacks with you.
WALK IN LADIES AND GENTLE- I
MEN.
oet 24, 1866, 3t.
GRABN OPENING!
B. WEISS
H AS opebed on FRONT STREET, I
S opposite the Ferry, a large, fine and
Swell selected stock of
Of all kinds, and offers them to the market
at low and very favorable rates. lie offers
so BAITS, but sells every thing cheap.
His stock consists, in part, of
Dress Goods,
Ladies' Cloake,
i, MIantillas,French
- Poplins, Alpaca, all (
- colorsand shades, Hos. P
w iery, Boots, Shoes; La- Ii
dies' finest Gaiters and
Slippers CLOTHING; knit
S and silk undershirts; Ladies,'
Misses' and Children's hb'ose and
half hose. Calicoes, Muselins of all
colors, shades and prices.
In short let the public give him a call
s. and he will deem it a pleasure to display
his goods.
Alex., Oct.10, '66-tf.
-J. E. GIBSON,
Second Street,
-BACK of the ICE HOUSE,
SIaIns just received his FALL AND ]
IWINTER STOCK OF GOODS,
2 comprising the following:
Bleached a unbleached domestics;
Linsies, Calicoes;
=Muslins, De Lanes;
LADIfES' TRIMMlINGS;
Gentlemen's tReady made Clothing.a
e COATS,
PsLNTS,
SHIRTS,
HATS,
CAPS,
BOOTS,
SHOES.
CROCKERY and TINWARE !
Gr-oceries,
a large lot, wholesale and retail.
, All these are offered at i·educed A
CASH prices.
oct 24, 1866, tf I
McDougall & Co.,
FRONT STRiEET go
Upper Corner Ie HIous;e'otel, in
TAVE constant y on hand a complete 1
11 assortment of fr•
DRY 0001)8, i :
UROCERIES.
IL RDWARfj, I
CROCKBERY
Glaseware, *
BOOTS,.
GENTS' FURNIStlING GOODS,
-tld
All kinds of PLANTATION SUPPIJES
which they offer at the lowest market
prices. •
April 11, Jas. tf.
I WILL deliver the best of Cypress lum
ber in A lexandria tr $35 a thousand. eel
Orders left with J. Fi Utts, my agent, in ST
Alexandria. will receive prompt attention.
d-19 0ii tf i' J. STAFFORD. oct
TS ALEXANDRIA ADVERTISEMENTS
JAL OLD BUSINESS
"If -IN A
NE W PLACE!!
arLIVERY STABLE!
T. J. G"OPF E
ALONE.
for
ye
gat 1/rY FRIENDS, PATRONS AND THE
11I Public generally who wish to share
former patronage with me, will find mel
r- IN THE REAR OF THE ICE HOUSE,
r's on the street running back from Sullivan's
ed Store, one square from the river, at
of "SOL'S" OLD STAND
made entirely new.
I will be on hand at all hours of the day
and night to attend to the wants of my
customers.
I will board Horses transcient and steady
at old prices without raise or fall, not re
garding who makes or breaks.
I shall keep constantly on hand to hire
as many Vehicles and Horses as my means
will allow ;
HACKS,
BUGGIES, and
SADDLE HORSES.
of By strict attention to business I hope to
merit a reasonable share of the Public
ti patronage. J. J. GOFFE.
lt jan 2 1867, ly.
V. NEW STORE!
BOGAN'S BUILDING,
P ONT STI ET,
AS ATiles A TLT IT'A
R. C. IIETHERWICK. 1. C. DUKE
HETHE RWICK & DUKE
SITOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
V their friends and the Public gener
ally that they are now receiving and open
ing a large and complete stock of
DRY GOODS, .
CLOTHING,
11 OOTS,
SHOES,
HA TS,
CAPS,
HARD WARE,
d QUEENSWARE,
WOOD WAISE,
.NYO 2 IO .8
-and
FAMILY GROCERIE8,
All of which will be sold at prices to suit
the times. Our motto is
"Small Profits and Quaick Returns."
We will always be pleased to display
our stock, whether sales are effected or
not. We are determined to satisfy all who
patronize us, both in the quality of the
goods and the price, on the square and no
nmhug.
d jan 16 1867 tf
A. HEYMAN
BEG-S leave to return his warmest
. thanks to his friends and enstomerts
for the liberal patronage extended to him
the past year, and informs them that lie
has moved into his large, commodious and
new brick store, one corner above his for
mer stand and is ready and ever willing to
serve them in his line. He hopes, with re
newed efforts to please and suit, to merit a
continuance of their favors.
He will continue to keep on hand, and
sell at the cheapest rates, a complete and
well selected stock of
SDRY GOODS,
d CLOTHING,
HOSIERY,
HATS,
BOOTS,
SIIOE8,
t LINENS,
SFLANNELS,
LINSEY8,
CHECKS, ,
STRIPES,
TRIMMINGS8
-A LAR(E STOCK OF-
GROCERIES, WOODWAEE,
PoT WARE, TIN WARE,
WILLOW WARE, CROCKERY.
CUTLERPY! PRPUMERY!I
january 23, 18C7-tf
1867. 1867.(
40 $tLU$ L.EVrN,
-DEALER IN- b
DRYGOODS B ORHnII,
Second Street,
BACK OF THE ICE HOUSE,
MIE2jtI"a, Z.C.
Se
ALL Goods sold at 10 per cent. for b
GCASH. a
Clerks: J. lM. Barrett, Robert Aaron
and Adolphe Kraft.
1867. 1867.
jan 23, 1866-tf. C
A NNOUNCIES to the publie that he 0
Shas just returned from New Orleans,
where he has selected and purchased a L
general assortment of bh
Dry Goods, Ioviery,
Boots and Shoes Ladies' Slippers,
Children's ho.s1s, lki'ds bootees, gte. C
Also a choice asseortment of FAMILY
GROCERIES,
Wines, Liquors,
Cordials, Sauces, etc., etc. (
In a word his aim is to keep a first clahs
country Wholesale and Retail store of
goods and wares of all khnds,
He has opened it the new brick bpild.
ing immediately opposite the Town Nail
and two doors above the Post Office, t
irhere he will be pleased to meet his ai
friends and enetomer k
jan 16 1867 tf bt
I. O. .MILLER,,
FOURTE STREET,
A4-lex-2anc11--a, L.,a
)A F CTURER OF'
COPPER, TIN and 8HEE7 IION,
WORK S, -
K EEPS constantly on hand an assort
ment of Cooking and Heating stoves.
Orders for tinware, repairing of gutters and
pipes will receive prompt attention.
Also Agen t for Rice Brothiers & Co.
celebrated CHARTER Oki COOIfNG
STOVE8, which he keeps always on hand, de
TERMS CASH.
oct 31, 1866, tf.
TS MISCELLANEOUS.
LOUISIANA BTATE SEMINARY
OF LEARNING
t 1 -and
MILITARY. ACADEMY,s
' Near Alexandria, Founded and Supported
by the State of Louisiana.
SEMT SESMON.
B EGAN 1st MONDAY in SEPTEMBER
last; and ends 30th day ofJUNE,1867.
ACADBMIC BOARD.
DAVID F. BOYD, Superintendent and Pro
fessor of Ancient Languages.
IE RICHARD M. VE11ABL1, Professor of En
sre gineering.
ne JOHN A. A. WEST, Professor of Math
ematice.
JEAN PIERRE BELLIER, Professor of
Modern Languages.
JOHN B. PAGE, M. D., Professor of Chem
.istry, Mineralogy and Geology.
JAMES W. WILSON, M. B., Surgeon and
ay Professor of 1liu ory and Physical Geog
ny raphy.
JAMES M. BOYD, Professor of .Natural
Poilosophy.
- ADMIRAL RAPHAEL SEMMES, Professor
re of Moral Philosophy and English Lit
us erature.
* Commandant of Ca
dets and Instructor in Tactics.
JOHN P. McAULEY, Assistant Professoi
S. of Modern Languages.
to JAMES M. GARNETT, Assistant Professor
lie of Ancient Languages.
*Vacant. To be filled soon,
S COURSE OP STUDY
Embraces a Preparatory and an Aeademiic
Department including a Literary, Scientific
and Optional Course, and a Special &hAool
of Civil Engineering.
ADMISSION
Granted to Cadets of fourteen years of age.
who know Arithmetic, Enlish Grammar and
* Geography.
E Of every kind, except clothing, for 10 munths,
$425 00; $225 00 payable in advance, bal
ance 1st February.
SiThe number of matrinulates is now 156,
r- but many more Cadets can be received
For further information, address
D. F. BOYD, Superintendent,
Post Office, Alexandria, La.
January 2, tf
W. T. FUQUA T. D. MARStHALL,
In Commendam
W. T. FU QUA,
OHENEYVILE, LA.,
THLAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
I a large and varied assortment of
it DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
HARDWARE,
i WOODEN WARE
.2002"S and 8h01'8,
FBUAZNG UT3ZStBZL,
F~piACr .12 FICLBS,
f In fact everything that a
oFirst Class Country Store
a Should keep which they offer at the lowept
d market prices. Their arrangements are
d such that they can at any time order such
articles for cnstomers as they may not
have on hand.
. They khave in their employ the well
known and efficient clerk,
Mr. V. B. MARSIHALL,
who is also a
SNOTAR' 1UB IC.. C
On the rear of their lot
fronting on c
MAIN STREET,
--me a-
-and
CARRIAGE .SHOP
-conducted by
A most excellent workman. Persons can
have their horses shod and carriages re
paired on the shortest notice. All.Plauta
tion work done with dispatch.
jan 9 '67 ly
NOTICE TO PLINTERS.
ALL PARTIES wishling the sulphnious
-acid gas apparatue known and pat
ented as "Pattison's Revolving Cylinder,"
will do well to apply immediately, as first A
come will be first served. For the clarifi
cation 6fcane juice, it is superior o all
others, and the only perfect machine in ex
istence. Perfect *atisfactiou.will be given a
I before sny payment is made, All orders
addressed to Si
PATTISON & CAGE
Houma, Parish of Terrebonne, a.
WE E8SPECTFUI.LY RIPFER TO:
Messre. J. M. Polton, R. C. Moore, W. A.
Shaff'r, Winelow Hatch, Adoiphe Verret,
C. 8. Hunt. Captains J. J. ShaFer, W. A.
Bisland, Colonel J R IBisland, Messrs. Da
vis & Blarrow-Terrebonnme.
Messrs. Thomas P. May, F. Webb & Co., th
Octave Hymel-St. John the Bpptist.
Meanrs. B. & E: Troxler & Co., Chauvln tin
Lewvis & Bourgere, Sosthene Defeuf
bourg-St. Charles ph
Dr. John E. Pugh-Assumption.
Messrs. Scuddy Perkins, John Webb, T.
Caillouet-Lafonrche.
L. G. Compton, Esq.-RapideaO
L. Rhodes--&t Mary. Of
jan 16 1867 ly
- no
Q-uzi Smith Shop,
1L4ZYIZJ, Z4. an
BELOW THE FERRY LANDING.
Scam
THE H anreirsgned is
now fully prepared
to repairthoroughlyGnns
and Pistols of various
kinds.. Any work entrust to him' will
be done according to order.
No work allowed to remain in the shop
over sixty days; at the expiration of that
time it will be sold for due of repairs.
j JOHN B. SMITH.
jam 16 6m 6"
Boot ct Shaoe h2a~p..
THE ndersigned does not
profess to be a fancy
workman, but thinks he can
give satisfaction to those wishhing good
substantial work. Prices moderate. Give'
me a triaL . D. T. ETHERIDGE.
nor 91, 186g ly
GABDEN BEED,
AT P. OY8IEE'8 New Store is for sale a
a "1 4e and wellasseorted lot of Gar F
den Seed at 6 cents a paper.
,P. O'IIEE, Agent.
Feb. 20, 3m. iat
N. 0. ADVERTIS1EMENTS.
u, o. swARBmic. J. D. NtNTON
S WABRBiCK & C0.,
--and-
ilo. I Camp Street,
ro- NEW ORLEANS, LA.
Dee 5th 6m*
,n
J. H. CARTER,
thl
Wholesale .Groc e
AND DEALER I.
al
WINES, LIQUORS and CIWARS,
" Corner ofFalton, ean , Common
and Ae,' Zee"S .ts.,
Al
NEW ORLEANS,...... ..LOUISIANA
or
it- -
Major STEPIHTI F. POWER, of
a- Natchez, Mississippi, is with ie house
of J. H. CARTFR.
-mar6, '67, mu
nr Oa- . T,
s WQLESAIXE AND RETAIL
iC O HIL-. E I . '
And Impotter of
FOREIGN AND .DObMESTIC
SDRY 000GDS,
No. 72 Can2a1 Street
s, Between Camp and Mtagazine Streets,,
rew Orleoazjns.
March 14, 1866, ly.
11w CgIIILL &I
COTTON FACTORS
-and-
General Commission Mlereeants,
7 "1988 Gra'ier Street
NEYT ORLZAES
MoOOlBIE & O'HILD,
61 Breadl treet,
feb 2O, 1867, tf Z~EW fORu.
ALEXANDRIA ADVERTISEMENTS
IDWAED TIWti5
GOODS OF ALL KINDS 1
AND SORTS I
CHEAP RATES II
FIXED PRICESIg!l
The pub is are invited to
,call and examine, before
purchasing elsewhere, the
choice and really well se
lected stock of
CALICOES,
M USLIN DE LA9NES,
SHIIRTI NGS
LINENS, \
S110 SIER I, (
HATs,
, a.RoCRls, .
WOODEN WARE,
And in fact a complete
assortment offered for hale,
at the Store under Mrs.
Smith's brick Hotel.
OUR JOB OFFICE. ,
We have the pleasure to anunotee to
the pnblic, and our patrons inparti.lar,
that we have reeived a large, fall and com
plete 16t of
Of tmhe most improved patterns, and are
now prepared to execite with JspaTca
anyjobs that maybeentrusted to ue. We
can tarn oit in tha ibeat style slr atrt
BOTH LARGE ND, SMALL,
CIRCULAI, r
COPItB 0? ILL BZZZe, 1
SILLt ITElAnDS,
BILLS OF FARE,
8TEAtBOAT B1LL8, ,
MAGISTRATES' BLANIS,
Paricv caras, Eto.
Our prices will Ie fonnd fairi and modc
rate. GIVE US A TRIAL. Ja
N. 0. ADVERTISEMENTS.
oN NEW OMLEANS
19 Chartres i feet.
We have in Store a h-pr apsortment of.
*, S4UC "sp
Medallion,, slvet ind loyal Welton
Brmssel Tapestry, 3 Ply, Jngrain,
V p8lan, Hemp and other stair{
[ arpeting; White, Checkered,
| •" Yachey and Coca Matting;
Floor oil clothing of
all widths, of va~
- riousstyles
and col
Ors... .
M ate, tail' .
Rods,haifcloth,.
* Table and ''liio6
Covers; Cornices and
A Bands, Window shades, Cur
tain materials, etc., etc. etc.; n11
of which we offer at moderate prices
FOR CASH11
SA. " -R0ssEAU "& 00.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
- . at -
WHOLESALE A1ND RETAIB
N. B.--Orders can be filled an bi' col
ected by"Express. -
i
Wool Cardin a ahinery. r Ualky Cultiva.
tors and GapSgPloughs. Reaping and
Thrashing Machines.
A full st~i of theie .celebrated
Portable Enginea
From 4 to 40) Horse Poer;, constantly
on hand,
T0oS. B BODLE ` & O.,
No. 9 Perdido street, New Orleans,
Dealers in all descriptions of Machinery °
and Agrienltural Implements,
nov 1 1866 ly
!P. Mares &, Co.,
.kVo. J4S oyai Street, -
.nEW ORLTAN8, LOU8IANAd,
Importers and Dealers ti a
fiencI, English, German and Ametler
-and-- .
HOUSE Ir PARIS;
FRE3IES, MOLINIE & .CO., i
IG flue MtCe,-. r
act. 4. 1888, O8r.
DIRECT IMPORTATIONL.
WHOtESkALE AND RETAILI
.T. IrEVT, OIs tt Co.
Importers and Jobbers off
which they offer on
I b.era· i Terrs+,
Cor ref o Canal I Bourbon St,.,
S NE WORIEAd, -4 : -
FP. . Mathn, J. Levos,
New Orleans _. Pari
Met 24, 186600 y
. . 'SP S O.ir
Im"plorERs m Jobbers of
I'FENQf , GERMAN & AMER1CAlf
ipe Oerty, Pistos, Bvol lvers, Caps,
Cartridges, Perfamery .Staioniery, eto. t
86 Oanal- SreetS
Watts, Given & Co.,Paducah,Xyg..a.atts,
Crane & Co., New orok.-W. C. 'W..t, 9
& Co., Liverlspol, Eng :'
.GIVEN, -WATTS&CO.,;i
trtig sh ppinit Cotwtoi, ;an
Ch6Icott this, the New hork, or Lv4lvpoou
WE. N. READ. I B .IUNT
O :Pa ns tie
New Orleans.. .
Mardh 14th, 1806, ly.
Deita 0penations and Consultantios.
JAMES 8. KNAPP, D. D. 8., operates fpr
, ormer jatients who desire and a,
many others as engagements permit. Ca,
beconsulted on malformnationnand Diseases
of the Month and DentalOrgans. Will re
fer tlwse for Whom lhe cannot operate to
those eprtitheners who have attained
greaf eskill in the peculiar requirensentas
of Varios palints-. r
No.15 lironne stree tear'Cual st.,
MISC`ELLUNEOUS.
Succession of John Bogan.[\
Petition for sale of land.
D1J1UAN to an order and decree ;
1 the Honorabtle the District Conk:f~'
and' fo tho Parish of Rapider, rendr
the above entitled cause. No. 7)a -
Docket of said Court, dated the Atli
ai u directed tome, "omi andingjutj
for the i~ayment of debts, thef
descibed. Bmrty of said bs0
shllepose same at ubliic `'f pi~~i~i~i~
the"1ºrewiees at.11 o'clock on~, C;·~~
mSATURDAY the 13thd j iof APH
The plajltpltlosn jut below
has been accurate)y surve ed, aza4
into lots, of wie 'a. Plat is
front is' alvt led lIto ten unequal
which nine havo'e bee already
followian will ho bold umnder tho
'odra Avertlee }t
Lot No. JO. 1rout.n the Rirer,.lo''
talner.8 8-100 resuiu
Lots Neaa.-1 to;;16 ,lasluao air m
ately in tie rear of the frnt Lots, t7
of Which coutains 5 7-10o ncxrs,_ aw4
-last U 17-l0 acres,
Lot No. 17 eo5taIns 1053-100 aien~a.l
Lots Non. 18-23 Inclusive a re in'the j
of the Cawr ?'prpevt' and contain ftom S
to eight: ii mob.ethe)~
"Lotiird& 1W. and 25 am large; the Ern i~h:. .
containin nearly thirty-ive acta
la rtte 33 7.:100 acres..
No. .28 is .. ft dd dying betwe au n t tj
Biayou and Kelso. and contains 72 2 -f
NNo. ?-. 116tk .remainder of the sTrat
co ng1woodlaaid nd open ° land, owe
hum i h'ed' ii ive 78-100 acmes total,' ;
whieh28 $84100 seir ereodland tre o
,IealrVt ofthe whole Tract, dividedal
numnbered; s abeot/ can, be, naummed 2n
)l_ the· C oi~e Owe.; in, $be L ýo n: no
ll the. dCl 'osalne, anal. ei:o o ;
clwiaet may have ý in Ph .
their boundarles,'t fhlsin natt' h frl
scale bed rtdanec t ried1iie fair .
EzhI8-=-Omtoe buwth O&8t-tile' biaw
3 payable In onoeand two yesrs with eglz
Iacrr ceat. interest from daty "of sal;; mecared
special aortggq a 044 apdve.,e , ' The
S. Re}venue otanipn s)lust be rnished
by the purchasers, and if Iikipea
sepaurgo frria the .Proes eteit i-t fl
be exeuted"efore any N~otary tkeheay
select and at their own exPense. The
4 terms must be complied with cm t on y
of sole..- J. R. A a B, '
e Alvaudrina. February 27, 1867-tds
Printer's fee"48 00
a. TPl 6 to as ord. p44 do ef
and for fiJde: P touIaides: Oom rt ,i
;id`it'ii adIe1atG tWta rdrd
t e 'petiti of "Hiigh -Lnch's Hlirts to
sliot,,ad tdne direo ,:fsteaaila
at puhlie aettioni before th Couw Houses
door in Mlexanirdlar kht o'clock ,.. on
SATURD)AY the 6th dAfy 4dfAl' ynek,
the *folo*1n o eaabcml. p1odttierot
Mi Kto th irs of Hu LSnc-bh: c.
#aj8loeer peemeiof u d4, Jyhig and .
,i4ng in are -No. S of l t `ewi Tof pAte4
da it of Lots Noss. 3 di;
that squarih:·9~e, ng a fron
-Robert -street of. two nly-ve fei '
·fnpeasure, an rnin btei
lines t-h irotagh 'the ·squaetro to'}'moon 'Y! :"`
This lotw ast acqtldred by)' thelate tl
Lynhim from the Bank of IMuisiana by
passoed on J#;Jraf 8;·153; :: ; '~t .
quaare No .6 o txaa "
on "Seod st~e otf sib y. 04p
rulg bjk in ee nctmi ,e `
L out=e cd bonaudeta lii e
Ogdell Law 'cTti n Ooz~
and below by ('aria s 1.'al
be eqnured' by the late ýflejH
'helm- Jacob Walker by Act pased "
1856: . '
Te sue n th i ppersbutt.-ire. . rte
Pnc~incle qf.pxrebtaaers iralet foutrr eq~ipal j
pUrbe tu p4 eodviz; :f
fni~ntfgonr Third atreefyt mte~t·
rnebldugJ1 bakii prl ialEf1:2t6~~l
the square.·'·:·
frosm and xtPdu~b~ lmeck~bl ~ ; -
I aid 'per cent,··~- frn taAE
~,hs~e~ c~r Wdtez Omniutb~j
Alexandirr aiad t F osebruary27th,)8P~ 4,
2ateW aRX4A~X~tqis, Jaui0~ipp
Thoteas Ln ~iy, Esq , ,
DsrI:Ianswi~i .Lttoyouri~ q 5
1'¶Yemalui eeefr,~
Ybrs,
4.E~~~tetil;IT
MIU4 locstedbp, 9-=~(·esniawy
mto. Qy r~~a p "~laq~ttb 'w AlXsJ
LRVWsF~ w-~d~itnllt ew I.on ipnt tea~i~n.
4orj~ BIte. te ubinplolqO3*9
0ot~. tepeas. I 's t% )id Sr.~esFPRgS~L
goi )i~$l~F~iamtII~r abl.: sndwe sianoi-B
Ia rrstig s~3O2 th ua4ts eough fo
Jan 2tfa rriia ,
hou.relrsi st~kez, int a1,lj a
jn 2s~iy, If6-I.-T.--~ ;:-

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