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VOLUME 22.1 ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA, WEDNESDAY, MARC 2718 NU R 40
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E OUSE, SI G- INs
Glaizing and Paper Hanging. .
$HOP ON THIRD STREET,
IN ,REAR OF THE TOr.Y NIHALL,
Aar 20, 1867, tf ALEXANDRIA, LA
SHERIFF'S SA LE.i
Jesse A. Bynum
vs. No. 23--District
Dirs. Eliza iuie Court-Parish of
and Rapides-State of
Mrs. Eliza lHuie Louisiana. t
"BY VIRTUE of a writ of Fieri Faci
as- issued by the Honorable the e
District ('omnr in and for the Parish of a
Rapides, State of Louisiani, and to me
addressed in the above numbered and P
entitled suit, I have seized and will of
fer for sidle to the last and highest bid
SATURDAY, the 6th day of APRIL, b
between the hours of 11 A. M. and 4 P.
M., at the door of the Court House, in Ce
the Town of Alexandria, Parish of a
I:apides, State of Louisiana, the follow- e
hig described property seized as the t(
property of defendant, to-wit:
A certain tract or parcel of land sitn- a
"ated in the Parish aforesaid with all the
improvements thereon, to-wit: Seven P
hundred acres, more or less, Bounded Ce
on the North-by Bayou Rigolette, on ti
the West in part by Bayou Darro anda i
in part-by entries made by Isaac Bald
win, on the South by lands purchased I
by Colhoun from J. iM. Wells, and on at
thie Eastby a. tract owned by Jesse A. i
Byntrmn, and now in hi posscession, i
TERsd OF J.uI,; At twelve mont~h
credit, or bond, the purchaser being re
qnired to furnish good and sufficient
joint security, and special mortgage on
the property sold, bearihg eight per cc
cent. per annum interest from the day
of the adjudication.
J. R. ANDREWS,
March 13, 1867-tds. $heriff.
Prihter's fees $22 50
SHERIFF 'S SALE."
- abeth Alexander, No. 578-District
Executrix, Court, Parish of J
vs. IRapides, State of
Elizabeth Cripps. Louisiana. 1s
:Y VIRTUE of a writ of Fieri Fa
'.a eias issued by the Hlonorable District
eartin and for the Parish of Rapides, m
Otate of Louisiana, and to me addressed in Pa
theabove numbered and entitled suit, I su
have seized and will offer for sale to the re
lilt and highest bidder on
.BATURDAY the 6th day of April 1867. ch
between the hours of 11 A. M. and4 P. M., an
It the Court IHluse door, in the Town of I1
Alexandria, Parish of lRapides, State of 28
-uisiana, the following described proper- for
ty seized as the property of Defendant,
SA certain tract or parcel of land situated
in the Parish of Rapides on the North side
of Red River near the Parish line between
Avoyelles and Rapides Parish, oontaiuing
two hundred and forty acres, more or less
mounded on the North by lands of lenryl
:Canmpbell, on the 'East by government ap
lands and lands of I. McCann, South by str
iovernmcent lands and West by government to
lands and lands of Mrs. Cannoo. Ha
TERMS o0 SaLsz: .At twelve months cred- an
It, or bond, the purchaser being required to sl
fumrish good and suafcient joinut security,
sad special mortgage on,. the property sold, o
be.ring eight per cent per annum interest, Iti
fong the day of the adjudication. Un
J. R. ANL)DREWS Sheriff.
Sarch. 13, 1867-Printer's fees $18 25.
FOR' SALEI ..
b0YD'S PROLIFIC COTTON SEED
+J-Guaranteed productive or mon
Yrefunhded: $1 50 per bushel. Also ]
!neson'8 Prolific at $1 25.
p f ++ to BIOSSAT & FRENCH: Fo
-'o th Pto- lio.h
WE ish to inform n our friends and the a
,,public, that we still continue the ben
" . DLERY BUSINESS, at the old stand ijit
Third Street, two squares above Clark's rooi
,r_.e Stable. We have on hand a fine oou
,eiti et of ready miulUde w'rk for sale, par
las BirU)LES, M.wtI'INGx.LEsi G sTIIS, i
i- DIdst lAlRNgSS, etc., etc. skit
! Sepairing done at the shortest notice, on]:
: We-arnestly hope to receive a call fromu Pri
is patrous; and desire all indebted to to a
t~t husband to call and pty uti their
Sim-r 20, tf
4 Now York Advertisements
= The WorldfAstonished
At the Wonderful Revelations
si Iade by the Great Astrologist,
Madame H. A, PERRIGO,
six S IIE reveals secrets no mortal ever
J knew. She restores to happiness
those who, from doleful events, catastro
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ght long separated, gives information concern
ing absent friends or lovers, restores lost or
stolen property, tells you the business you
s: are best qualified to pursue and in what
00 you will be most successful, causes speedy
marrinres and tells you the very day you
00 will marry, gives you the name, likeness and
characteristics of the person. She reads
your very thoughts, and by her almost su
00 pernatural powers unveils the dark and hid
den mysteries of the future. From the
stars we see in the firmament-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 costs you but a trifle, anid you, may never
again have so favorable an opportunity.
* Consultation fee, with likeness and all de
sired inbrmnation, $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 explicit
chart, written out, with all inquiries answer
ed and likeness enclosed, sent by mail on
receipt of price above mentioned. The
strictest secresy will be maintained, and
all correspondence returned or destroyed.
References of the highest order furnished
those desiring them. Write plainly the t
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Address Madame H. A. PERRIGO, a
P. 0. Drawer 293, Buffalo, N. Y I
mar 6,'67 ly
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e It willremove all nervous affections, de.
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the health of those who have destroyed it b,
, by sensual excess or evil practices. ft
Young Men, be hunmbugegd no more by h1
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piness. A perfect cure is guaranteed in s
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3 to one address, $3. bi
One bottle is sufficient to effect a cure in w
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I harmless on the system, and never nause- tii
ate the stomach or imnrcitnrte th,' s
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i vile using them, nor does their action in m
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Either of the above inentioned articles
will be sent to any address, closely sealed
and post-paid, by mail or express, on re- m
ceipt of price. Address all orders to -
BERGER, SHUTTS & Co.,
Chemists, No. 285 Rivcer st., Troy, N. Y cy
nmar C, '07, ly
VORCED to grow npon the smoothest bu
.'Lf ce in fromn three to tive weeks by ca
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registered, and if entire satisfchetion is not
given in every instance, the money will be 5i1
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and testimonials mailed fri!e. Address
IBERGER, SHUTTS & Co, Chemists, No COl
285 River Street, Troy, N. Y., Sole agents cnl
for the United States. kim
Imr 6, '67, ly
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Auburn, Golden, Flaxe and Silken Curls,
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to wavy ringlets, or heavy massive curls.
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and London, with the most gratif'ing re- To
sults. Does no injury to the hair. Price Tb
by mail, sealed and potpaid $1. Descrip
tive Cireulars mailed free. Addre, BER- I
GER, SIIUTTS & Co., (Chemists, No. 285
River st., Troy, N. Y., Sole agents for the B'
mar 0, 'b7, ly
EXCELSIOR i $XCRLSeoR,! ,
Hair Exterminator ! F
For Removing Saperheus lair. ti
T O the liadies especially, this invaldable ple
l depilatory recommennds itself as being Er
an alinost indispensable article to female kin
beauty, is easily applied, does not burn or whi
injure the skin, but acts directly on thei not
roots. It is warranted to remove superfln- nd
oneu haii fromt low foreheads, or front any eet
part of the lboly, completely, totally and tho
radically extirpating the idame, leaving the sidie
skin soft, smooth and natiral. This is the a pi
onily article used by tile Vrench, and is tilhe we
only real effeetual dopilatory in existence. gus
Prieo 75 cents per package, sent post-paid, ce'n
to any address, onil receipt of an order, by of a
BERGER, 811LU'lqS & Co.,
Chemliatb, Le' IRiver St., T'1'ey, N. i
mar i, '67, JlyV
New York Advertisements,
Know Thy Destiny.
S ADAME E, F. THORNTON, the great
U 1Englilsh Astrologist, Clairvoyant and
Psychometrician, who has astonished the
scientific classes of the Old World, has now
located herself at IHudson, N. Y. Madame
Thornton possesses such wonderful powers
0 of second sight, as to enable her to impart
knowledge of the greatest importance to
rer the single or married of either sex. While
ess in a state of trance, she delineates the very
ro- features of the person you are to marry,
nd and by the aid of an instrument of intense
me power, known as the Psychomotrope, guar
antees to produce a life-like picture of the
me fntnre husband or wife of the applicant, to.
e- ther with date of marriage, position in
or life, leading traits of character, &c. This
on is no humbug, as thousands of testimonials
fat can assert. She will send when desired a
sdy certified certificate, or written guarantee,
'ou that the picture is what it purports to be.
Bd By enclosing a small lock of hair, and sta.
ids ting puace of birth, age, disposition and
so- complexion, and, enclosing fifty cenlts and
id- stanuped envelope addressed to yourself,
you )vill receive the picture and desired in
e formation by return mail. All conununica.
fic tions- esacredly confidential. Address in
he confidence, Madame E. F. THonrTON, P. T.
si- Box 223, Bostoi, N. Y.
in mar 6 '671 y
to- Crisper Coma.
er Oh! she was beautiful and fair,
y. With starry eyesind radiant hair,
le- Whose curling tendrils soft, entwined,
a Enchained the very heart and mind.
it Por Curling the Hati of.either Sex into
!r- Wavy and Glossy Ringlets or
)n Heavy Masshive Curls,
Ye B using this article Ladies and Gentle
d men can beautiff themselves a thou
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wd world-that will curl straight ail', and at
te the same time give it a beautiful, glossy
iu appearance. The Crisper Coma not only
curls the hair, but invigorates, beautifies
and cleanses it; is highly and delightfully
y perfitmed, 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 false frizzes, your i
switches, your wig
Destructive of comfort, and not worth a fig:
Conime aged. come youthful, conime ugly and I
e And rejoice in your own luxuriant hair. I
9 OR restoring, hair upon bald heads
i, (from whatever cause it may haveful
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r the face, it has no equal. It will force the
t beard to grow upon the smoothest face in
from five to eight weeks, or hair upon bald
n 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
1 sections are false, 'as thousands of living
5 witnesses (from their own experience) can
bdar witness But many will say, how are
i ' to distinguish the genuine from the 'I
sp rious? It certainly is difficult, as nine- t
toths of the different Preparations adver
ti ted for the hair and beard are entirely Il
- worthless, and you may have already a
- thrown away large amounts in their pur
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unless it f.!' comeO Up to our representa
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send us one dollar and we will forward it,
'postpaid, together with a receipt for the
Imoney, which will he returned you on ap
plication, provided entire satisfaction is
not given. Addrefs,.
I WV L. CLARK & Co., Chemists,
No.3 West Fayette street, U
Smar 6 '67 ly Syracuse, N. Y
clA Young Lady returning to her
country home, after a sojourn of a few
months in the City, was hardly recoguised a;
by her friends. In place of a course, runs
tie, flushed face, she had a soft rubhy conm.- 1
plexion of almost marble smoothness, and h
instead of twenty-three she really appeared
but eighteen. Upon intquiry as to thb al
cause of so great a change, she phlainlytold
them that she used the Circassian Balm, ai
and considered it an invaluable acquisition
to any Lady's toilet. By its use any Lady b
or Gentleman can improve their personal g
appearance an hundred fold. It is simnple al
in its combination, as Nature herself is
simple, yet unsnrpassed in its effilcacy in f
drawing impurities from, also healing,
cleansing and beautifying the skin and
complexion. .By its direct action on the
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 and beautiful. Price$1,
sent by Mail or Express, on receipt of an t
W. . CLARK & Co., Chemists, Lh
No, 3 West Fayette st., Syracuse, N. Y. ph
The only American Agents for tigp sale of
mar 6, '67 ]y
There cometh glad tidings of joy to all,
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The beauty which once was so precious
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OR Improving, id leutiing the
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It quickly removes Tan, Freeklis, Pim-h
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Eruptions, and all impurities of the skin,
kindly healing the same leaving the skin
white and clear as alabaster. Its use can
not be defected by the closest scrutiny,
and being a vegetable preparation is per
tectly harmless. It is the only artible of '
theo kind used by the French, and is con
sidered by the Parisian usitndispensable to
a perfect toilet, Upwards of30,000 bottles
were sold during the past year, a sflicient
guarantee of its efficacy. rice only 75
cents. Sent by mail, post-paid, on receipt
of an order, by F
IERGER, SHUTTS & Co.,
Chemists, 25.5 Hiver st,, Troy, N. Y.
nmar 6, '67, Jy rat
New York Advertisements,
Wonderful but True.
at RRADAAli REMINGTON, the world-re
nd .V1.J nowned Astrologist and Sonmambu
the listic Clairvoyant, while in a cliirvoyant
ow state, delineates the very' features oi the
me person you are to marry, and by the al of
ers an instrument of intense power; known as
art the Psychoimotrope, guarantees to produce
to a perfect and life like picture of the future
ile hilsbaild or wife of the applicant, with date
'ry of marriage, occupation, leading traits of
ry, character, &c. This is no impostion, as
ise testimonials without number can assert.
ar- By stating place of birth, age, disposition,
he color of eves and hair, and "enclosing fifty
to- cents, and stamped envelope addressed to
in yourself; onu will receive the picture by re
turn mal, together with desired iziforma
I1 a i Address in confidence, Madame GEn
ee, TRUoE ItllRE GTox, I. O. Box 297, West
be. Troy, N. Y.
ta- mar 6 '67 ly
id FREE TO EVERYBODY,
a.- LARGE 6 pp. Circular, giving infor.
II anuation of the greatest importance to
0 the young of both sexes.
It teaches how the homely may become
beautiful, the despised respected, and the 1
forsaken loved. s
No young lady or gentleman should fail
to send their Address, and receive a copy c
post-paid, by return mail.
Address P. 0. Drawer, 21,
mar 6, '67, gm Troy, N. Y.
o , F. SIIUTT'S & C.,
General Advertising Agents,
Nos. 8 & 10 State St., Troy, N. Y. 1
'Y Alexandria Advertisements.
T rHREE promissory. notes drawn by
Stevens & McElroy to the order of M.
' Welch, each for the sum of $833 331, dated
December 31st, 1858, and due December
31st, 1859, 1860 and 18061 respectively, with
8 per cent. interest from date and paraphoed
bya Notary. Public Ne Jarictur. 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.
r mar 6, 4t per II. S. Losee, Attorney.
SrWO promissory notes drawn by Robt.
T M. Kilpatrick to the order of John P.
Pettway, dated, May 1st, 1857, each for
$1072 50-100, and due May 1st, 1861 and a:
May ist, 1862 respectively, with 8 per cent.
interest from date, paraphed Ne Varietur
s by Gwinn Harris, Notary Public, May lstr
1867. All persons are warned against tra
ding for or receiving said notes, as pay
ment has been stopped.
Mrs. V. PRICE,
mar 6, 4t per H. S. Losee, Attorney.
t ' M: 13 EL. .
rTTAVING purchased the entire Es- to
l11 tate of William Waters, consisting
of about twelve thousand acres of Pine
3 Timbered Lands, will continue to run
the Saw Mills as usual,
I am prepared to fill any mrid all as
bills promptly, and deliver lumber at
almost any desired point.
C. F. LEWIS.
New Goods! iNew GoodsI!
I WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM a
j my friends and clstomers that I have to
just returned from New Orleans, with a d
fresh suppldy of' P
and many other articles too numerous to
mention, all of which I wivll sell at the T
lowest CASH prices. I keep constantly on
hand a large supply of su
Corn, Oats and Bran,
at reasonable rates. I have also ONE
HULNDRED PLOWS: Calhonn pattern,
Peacock and Hall & Spear; Nos. 1, 1, li
and 2, at NEW ORLIEANSi PRICES. ,
Give me a call and judge for yourselves,
but don't come all at once and don't for
get your pocket books.
I will either advance or give a reason
ableprice for Cotton. 'Inquiltejust above the
ICE ROUSE HOTEL,
feb 20 tf JACOB WALKER.
OUR JOB OFFIGE. a
We have the pleasure to announce to
the public, and our patrons in particular,
that we have received a large, fall and com- bu
plete lot of ta
Ix W' JOB3 TYPE co
Of the most improved patterns, and are
now prepared to execute with Dartrcn
any jobs that may be entrusted to us. We to
can turn oit in the best style of the art
BOTH LARGE AND SMALL.
aO s or ±zl;L . zz3, aol
F'ancv Cards, atc.
Oar plices will be. found fair and mode- ro
rate. GIVE U~d A TRIAL. 1
It ONE BLOCK BELOW THE TWO LIVE.
RY STA BLES, BETWEEN THIRD
AND FOUltK STREETS.
W OULD respectfully inform planters
u and citizens generally that he is still
carrying on the Blacksmithing and Wheel
wright business, at his shop as above,
where he will be found at it times. lie
c has now on hand a large stock of timber
1 AGONS AND PLOWS8
of all kinds.
Executed in a workmanlike manner.
oct 31 1866, tf.
JOHN A. WILLIAMS. ISAAC LEVY
WILLIAMS & LEVY,
'RECEIVING, FORWARDING t
Comadýssion 11sek"ants, u
July 4, 1866, tf.
Wholesale and Retail
KEEPS constantly on hand the Freshest
and best FAMILY GROCERIES, CHOICE p
WINES, LIQUORS. ALES, etc.
BOAT AND BAR STORES,
Aug. 29, 1866, tf.
GARDEN SEED. GARDEN SEED.
PURCHASERS of SEED would do well
to see that they get the best kind.
LA NDR.E TH "S
.re the most reliable. A large and well A
assortod stock just arrived and for sale by
feb 6-tf H. ST. JOHN. P
IS now prepared to repair and renovate
WAGONS, CARTS, ETC.,
and to build new cisterns or repair old
ones He has plenty of matertlal on hand,
and will do work in the comntry as well as
town, on the most reasonable and acoomo
dating terms. His shop 4s in the upper
part of the Town, inmmediately in the
front of Louis Gossens' store. '
jan 17 1867 tE FI
W OULD anniounce to tlhe public
that he has just received a full
PATE, IETALLIIC 1B AL CAS118ES
They are AIR TIGHT and will pre-.
serve and protect thlie DEAD, and are
particularly designled for ithe safe
TRANSPORTATION of bodies.- He invites
attention to them. el
August 15, 1866, tf. .
DESIRABLE STORE FOR RENT.
I WILL RENT my fine, brick store, on
Front street, for one year or more. The C
buildirng isin good and complete repair
and ready for immediate occupation. At
tached and to be rented with it is a good
Warehouse, eisters and all necessary yard
convcemieneies. For terms applyto .
jan 9 '67 tf . I. C. SONN, JR. O
Dissolution of Copartnership.
C- F. LEWIS having purchased the en
. tire interest of W. C. areis in and
to the landed estate, Saw Mills, etc., etc., jal
Hhased by arris & Lewis of W.
Waters on the 31st of October, 1866, will
contiuue the n]umbter business on his own
account. All agencies close thisi lay. Or.
ders for lumber and all transactions maxt
be with me alone. C. F. LEWIS. tal
Feb. 16th, 1866-3m in
A G(OOD and COMFORTABILE build- me
ing situated in Pineville. Will be
sold, cheap for Cash. Apply at this Offee. to
- feb. 27th,tf '
GET THE MOfST RELIABLE.
LANDRETH and 8SAKER i
H. ST. JOHN'S. 1
House for Rent.
pFINE and commodious dwelling, with
r good outhousea andt ya
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
M' hd. A. SEIAY,
Attoarzey at ivanw,
Will practice in the Courts of Rapides
and adjoining Parishes.
.THOMAS O. MANNING,
coUNSELLOR AD A'QRkEY AT LAW,
. ,_ . LOSEE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SOffice Front Rooms, Up Stairs, in
James W. Osborn's Brick Store,
jan 9 '67 tf
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT ILAW,
Will practice his profession in the
Parishes of Rapidos, Natchitoches,
Winn and Sabine. jy 12, '656.
1. T. LEWIR. R. A. HUNTER
LEWIS & HUNTER,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Will practice in the Ninth Judicial Dis
trict composed of the Parishes of Hapides,
Natchitoches, Winn and Iabine.
March 14; 1866; tf.
U. NEWTON SHEIBURNE. II L DAIGIIE I
SHAEBUJRNE & DAIXGRE,
ATTOJIEYS AT LAW,
fýlexamndrica, Lr a.
nov 7 8O6 ly
E5enrmy .A,. Eoyo08e,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
A-le ab.cr1ia, La.
Mi Will also attend to business in the .
Parishes of Natchitoches and Winns
nov 7 1866 tf
R. M, .KILPTRXEIC,
Attorney 'at Law,
bov' 1866 tf
0. F. LEWIS,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, .
Offee at ALEXANDllIA, LA.
?eb. 27, '67-ly
F1, C. L3'ECECTIi,
Attorney at a Law
FELIX GRIMA, 'R. T. O. STARK.
GRIMA & STARK,
Attorneys at La.r,
November 28, 18-6m -'.bI
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
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Corner of Bank Pslae, Up startnu,
New Orleans, Leaislant.,
t-OR SALE 1 i s ett of FINE 'ARLOR an
feb 27.1867, tf / BIO88AT & FRENCH. 4
R. w. DIIINoUUIIsr. cRaELWIL BOYD t
BRINGIIURST & BOYD, "
La .utd Srveyouroj o
OFFICE over J.W.ASBGDN'ST'SORE,'
H .AVING a steam saw mill withi Lve
11 and a half miles of Alexandvis, I
take this method .f informlig af persons
in want of lumber,'that their orders, di- J
rected to me.and Jeft either at the Post Of
fee, with R.D-Fsx, 8. W. Henarle or Cap
tain J. Grloim on the Ferry boat, will
meet with propit attention.
By punctality and just dealEng " hope
to merit anireeite a liberal share of pt- t
rnage. I am prepared to deliver huiber
feb 6-ly CLEMENT1. YEAGEIR '
B. JARREAU, JR.'
HASI pened a Retail Grocery st&r on A]
the B~ayou robert road, at J. W. Os. ii3
born's old stand, and will keep on hand a Ie
general aseortment of best and chokie Fam
ily Groceries of all kinds, as wi!l a'
SA UCES, to
lie hlopes to merit and receive a fair T
share of patronage.
jsi 2'3, 18t7-ttf
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GR AND EORE. PAQOKETi
Tx NEWnd 8IENDID STEx iEs
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L RnaC r.And T. J. DQW r...&s..Vi.EuKS
' ABIJEEN N ERMAMENTLYPLA C D
in .tile G N EcoIEs trade for the'
bakune ofthe Seaon -
She will leave NEW ORLEANS every
Satur, yt 5 o1ok* P. M,- and 4LA .
DR I, on her down trip, every Weiuideu
at 10 o1eloek A . M
ro reiýght or nssme, hving auprior
accomndatlous, APIPLY ON ~AP.
January 2, 1807-tf .
'27tc aporl Steauie?
Mittie te $&e,
Manurice Laghorne, Coltimn der; and
W. A. Hurd and ltrtelr . lerks. hasre.
s edi. her. postio:ij the.. i.ed iver
t o ;end wifnak r aL *ýtozi days
tris d ripe ' glSwalwter. an #osonon
as navigatoln above a1exitundd is
stopped, she will plJy as og to eek
lY packet from New Orles A: lex
andria. . ..
B g a sidle-wheeler d~havng'pn
pedor. aceomodations friet ap4.
passengers, the public pleli aply
on= boardi. L
oct 24 8 tf I,
N0TARIY PLI '
dec m6 m
EN UJ l'UoC• II
see that you get .e BR' ND the
grown by LAMDRETH are the most roll.
other, ap4 can always be dependedo n.
A pydto HL 8t. JO1"
S. iundersigned have fored a copSt.
nership nder th.tyle. and fiS of
' .'IO8 7 b
and il carry o-a tor and
seorsit hgo6ote g tu . eUhaye
ample room to tbre all tia, coettop ~ad
other produeo consigied to gs, ;td by a
strict attention to business, we he (o re
ceive a fairs b hre leof ebo P e.
,. COMPTON FRIU.- ,
a sble Pike Woods fidw tisi i e m.a
*ideof Red riy. FZr tefsta eate., ap ly
sGEOb. L WIuON.'
April 18th, tf.
Elizabeth Shider) No. 10--lMat$.
Joeph Bonillotte. plecs, State Lou
BRl TUEof a writy7 tooer Fa-i
sed from tihe Honor6ibl the tifet
State of LouIslans, sadd t iw~ui
the above qntitled and numbered suit,
have seized and will ofer fr sale to the
last and highest biddEr, on
SATURDAY thejl1 lay of APRIL, iee,
between tieheoum ofTI A. M. and 4 P. M.,
at thE Court Hoee door, in the Town of
Alexandria1 0ariah ofRapldeas8taieo ou.
isitia, The fol lowgin eseribed property
seized as the propertyef Defeudabltowi:i
Thaee-fourthe of the $ sq1 41T8
of Alexandria pon wtisleJ~ the
fodant now eocnpied ,y bt t ir
being the one of wkteh Mrs.Stewart owns
and occupies onesfourth. .-.
Tiows or 8ax: CashOt in United taters:
bri-" ... r . - 8WS, Bheriff.
Febra 'tr2Otde-Prlb-l~iitere 24.:"