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A CONJUGAL DISPUTE.
All at the mid of the night there r-ros6 A quarrel 'twixt husband and wife; For the young Omer Bey and his spouse, Falling into discussion and strife, Wild words to each other they said, Side by side at the dead Of the night, on their marriage bed. Had it been about anything less The quarrel'might have passed by; But it was not a trifle, you guess, That set words running so high. Yet the cause in dispute (to be brief) Was only a white handkerchief, Broidered all over with gold, And scented with rose and with amber So'sweet, the whole house could not hold That scent from the nuptial chamber. For (the whole truth herewith to disclose) This handkerchief broidered with gold, And scented with amber and rose, Had been given to the BeyYto enfold Her letters which lay on his breast) By the mistress that he loved best. But his wife had a sensitive nose For the scent of amber and rose; And the fiend himself only knows But, for a lie, ere the close Of the quarrel there had not been blows. "You know I've a sister, my treasure, The wife of our friend, Zekir Bey: I Le her, you know, beyond measure; Wd she, dear, on her bridal day, To me gave This white handkerchief, Broidered all over with gold, And scented with amber and rose; Which precious, for her sake, I hold, Though the scent of it, much to my grief, Has troubledour nu\ptial repose." Smiling, her husband she heard, Feeling no failh in his word, For troubled his face was, she saw. Up she leapt by the light of the taper, Barefoo d, and seized ink and paper, And wro-te to her sister-in-law; "Wife of our friend, Zekir Bey, Long live thy husband, naught ail him, May'st thou never have cause to bewail him! Speak truth and fear nbtbing. But say. (For truly the truth must be told,) To thy brother, on thy bridal day, Didst thou give a white handkerchief brightly Embroidered all over with gold, And scented with rose and with amber, So sweet that the scent of it nightly May be smelt in the Bey's bridal chamber?" When this came to the wife of the Bey, She burst into tetrs, as she read; And, "Pity upon me!" she said, "For I know not, alas! what to say. If I speak truth, I put strife 'Twixt the brother I love and his wife; If I speak false, much I dread, Lest my husband die for it," she said. Then the letter she laid in her breast; And she pondered with many a sigh: "I chose of two evils the least, If my husband must die, let him die ! Since the choice lies'twixt one or the other, Any husband a woman may spare; But the sister that injures a brother, Does that which she cannot repair." 1 Thus shrewdly the matter she saw; And she wrote to her sistezrn-law: "Wife of my brother, the Bey ! My husband is well. May naught all him a And I trust I shall never bewail him ! To my brother, on your mirriage day And'truly the truth shall be told, I gave a white handkerchief, brightly Embroidered all over with gold, And scented with rose and with amber, So sweet that the scent (as you say, And as,I cannot doubt of it) nightly May be smelt in the Bey's bridal chamber." ---0wen Meredith TO A BELOVED ON.. Heaven hath its crown of stars, the Earth Her glory robe of flowers The sea its gems-the grand old woods Their songs and greeting showers; The birds have homes, where leaves and - blooms In beauty wreathe above; i High yearning bearts theirrainbow-dream, And we, Sweet! we havelove. We walk not with the jewell'd Great, Where Love's dear name is sold; Yet have we wealth we would not give For all their world of gold! We revel not in Corn and Wine, Yet have we from above Manna divine, and well not pine Do we not live and love f There's sorrow for the toiling poor, On misery's bosom nurst; Rich robes for raged soetis, and Crowns For branded brows, Cain enrst! BufCherubim, with clasping wings, Ever about us be, And, happiest of God's happy things! There's love for you and me. Thy lips, that kiss till death, have turned Life's water into wine: The sweet life melting thro' thy looks, Hath made my life divine. All love's dear promise hath been kept, "Sfnce thnou to me wert given; A ladder for my soul to climb, And summer up in Heaven. I know, dear heart, that in our lot May mingle tears and sorrow; But Love's rich rainbows built from tears ( To-day, with smiles to-morrow. The sunshine from olir sky may die, The greenness from life's tree, But over, mid the warring storm, Thy nest shall slielter'd be. I see thee! Ararat of my life, -. e Smiling the waves above! Thou hail'st me Victor in the strife, , And beacon'st me with love. The world may never know, dear heart, -What I have found in thee; But the' naught to the world, degrbeart, Thou'rt all the world to me. Last Monday night Ijsaw a ghost, And fleeing round a corner, P I knocked my head against-no poet, But that of Consin Homrner. "Now why' esaid I, (it is his boast He's "quick at riddles, very!") "W'hy wa this like, before a toast, . Aglass ofportorsherry1 " BSaid he, "At the solution I May call myselE- jumper; pi For this is my off band reply- sc Because it was a mper " gi ALEXANDRIA ADVERTISEMENTS TAKE NOTICE -THAT B. Well & Bro., Have just returned from New (Or leans, wherethey have selected and purchased with great care, express ly for the Rapides market, a full stock of FALL 1D WIIITil GOODS, comprising Clothing of all kinds, makes and shapes; HEE o sa iery, FENCH and ENGLISH PINITS; e) BOOTS, SHOES, SLIPPERS, Gaiters, a truly fine lot. G-ROCERIES, A FINE AND CHOICE LOT. CALL AND SEE!! All these they are selling at re duced rates for cash only. No more CREDIT, so be sure to bring your Sgold and greenbacks with you. WTLK IN LADIES AND GENTLE MEN. oct 24. 1866. tf. GRAND OPEMING! -B. WEISS HIAS opened on FRONT STRLEFT, L opposite the Ferry, a large, fine and well selected stock of Fill AID IITHl GOODS Of all kinds, and offers them to the market at low and very favorable rates. He offers NO BAITS, but sells every thing cheap. His stock consists, in part, of Dress Goods, Ladies' Cloaks, - Mantillas, French Poplins, Alpaca, all colorsand shades,Hos lery, Boots, Shoes; La dies' finest Gaiters and Slippers CLOTHING; knit and silk undershirtS; Ladies,' Miedhs' and Children's boaseand half hose. Calicoes, Muslins of all colors, shades and prices. In short let the public give him a call and he will deem it a pleasure to display his goods. Alex., Oct. 10, '66-tf. New Goods! ffLw Goods!! I WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM my friends and customeit that I have inst returned from New Orleans, with a fresh supply of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE. TINWARE, CROCKERYWARE. and many other articles too numerous to mention, all-of which I will sell at,the lowest CASH prices. I k~ep constantly on hand a large supply of Corn, Oats and Bran, at reasonable rates. I have 'also ONE HUNDRED PLOWS: Calhoun pattern, Peacock and Hall & Spear; Nos. I, 1, 1] and 2, at NEW ORLEA|NS 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 ablepricefor Cotton. Inquirejtst abovethe ICE HOUSE HOTEL. feb 20 tf JACOB WALKER. I. C. MILLER, SECOND STREET, a A.lelxial.rie,,r La., MANUFACTURER OF SCOPPER; TIN and SHEET IROIN WORKS, KEEPS ponetantly onbhand anpssort I ment of Cooking and featingstoves. Orders for tinware, repairing of gutters and pipes will receive prompt attention. Also Agent for Rice Brothers & Co. I celebrated CHARTER OAK COOKING a STOVES, which he keeps always on hand TERMS CAASB. - oct 31, 1866, tf. ,~NOTICEl. C APT.Jno. Kelso, is my duly author J Ized agent for my plantation matters pending my absence from Rapides. Dc THOS. S. BACON. Homstead Dec. 13th 1867. feb 19. J. GOULDEN, IIOUSEE, SIG-NT -and ORNAMENT AL PAINTER. Glalzing and Paper Hanging. SHOP ON THIRD'STREET, B LV REAR OF THE 'O WNY HALL, mar 20,1867, tf ALEXANDRIA, LA B. J_ ,.Y,, 'JT.. FAMILY GROCER, BEGEIVING, FOR WARDlING -AND-- i Commision fercAant, Pilneville La. March 18 ly. 2TOTIOE) I HAVE authorized and empowered R* A. HUNTER, Attorney at Law, in Al I exandria, to represent me in all mnatters connected with the Succession of my de ceased Husband, ISAAC LEVY, in the Pa rish of Rapides. SARA LEVY, Executrix of the Succession of ISAAC LEVY. New Orleans, March 2d, 1868. mll-tf. A Peas Peas ! Planters or others desiring a good article of Peas, can be bountifully suaji plied by calling on R. C. HETHERWICK. Alexandria. June 10 1868. tf. .A.I:,- SODAA. COOKING SODAI L PURE English, :Iewcastle can be pro- a cured at R. Sr. JOHN'S at the same si price that is paid for coxxoxuxxruaw SODA E so frequently palmed off on the public by gnorant dealers. S ALEXANDRIA ADVERTISEMENTS. Edw. Well's New Stogry FIOlNTT STRIEIT, _ hiexaýni ria , Sa. GOODS OF ALL KINDS AND SORTS!! -1 CIIEAP ERATESI FIEX'ED P FRCIESI The public are invited to call and examine, before purchasing elsewhere, the choice and really well.selected stock of Calicoes, . .Vuslin de LZaines, IZnenJ, .fosiety, Soes, Sts:, SGroceries Wooden Ware. -ALSO- TINWARE AND CROCKERYWARE. I~'In fact the most complete assortment offered for sale in Alex aaudria A. HE Y AnN SEGS leave" to return his warmest fo thanks to his friends and customers 1 for the liberal patronage extended to him the past year, and informs them that he has moved into his large, commodious and new brick store, one corner above his for mer stand and is ready ahd 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 rhtes, a complete end well selected stock of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HOSIERY, HATS, BOOTS, SHOES, LINENS, FLANNELS, LINSEYS, CHECKS,, STRIPES, TRIMMINGS -A LARGE STOCK OF-- , GROCERIES, WOODWARE, I PoT WARE, TIN WARE, WILLOW WARtE, CROCKERY. CUTLERY I PERFUMERY I january23, 1867-tf Joseph Boulliot AC3-E3TT, 1 W OULD announce to the public W V that he has juI t received a fll 1 supply of PATENT MBTALLIC BURIAL CASES and oals.etms. They are AIR TIGHT and will pre serve and protect the DEAD, and ae particularly designed for the safe TRANSPORTATION of bodies. He invites attention to them. August 15, 1866, tf. .l JOHN FRASER, Alexandria, La., I Wholesale" and Retail Family Grocer, EEPS constantly on hand the Freshest. and best FAMILY GROCERIES, CHOICE t WINES, LIQUORS, ALES, etc. BOAT AND BAR STORES. , Aug. 29, 1866, tf. q N1EW FAMILY GROCERY ! THE 1UNDERSIGNED has opened a AJ fLY GRQOCERY STOBE on FRONT SNTREET oppositet Ferry, where he will kesep 'always oi and, at the Cheapest Cash Market Ratei, the best and Freshest Groceries: r BACON, BUGABBS, or TEAS ,/ B JELL E8, ri JABl, F ALE, COFFEE, BICE. Ir In the establishment he has put a BUTCHER'S STALL and will keep and retail at all hours of the day and night, FRESH BEEF VENISON MUTTON, r PORK, --AD-- o A VARIETf OF WILD GAME! T N. B.--The wantaof teamboatfspecially ti attented to. jan2g--tf. JACOB IRVING. Mosus RoOSENTHAL. fItE ROSENTIALW 'L R08ENTHAL & BRO., -DEALERS IN-. tc DRY GOODS, LOTHFINf, HAS, BOTS, 8HOW, GROCERIES, CROBKERY, si TINWARE, -AND---, ALL sORTS 0P OTHER NOwIONSs 8ECO.At2 822 'E2J2, LEVIN'SOLDSTANpD, S ALEXANDRIA, LA. January 8, 1868-tf. a ALL persons indebted to-the aneces a sion of the late H. B. Ferguson will make payment of the same, and those having claims ag~ns said ae cession will prusent the same for elas sifieation to my attorney Wm.i . A..Aay Esq., or to the nndemri¶a. :R... March 25-tE. Administraer. s J. JUDICIAL ADYERTISEMENTS. SHERIFFS SAL,. - Henry Levy, assignee o - Grey & Rosenthal No. 902. v. * Alfred C. Lewis, Robt. M. Allen vs. No. 875. Alfred C. Lewis. ) 9th Judicial District Court, Parish of Ra pides, State of Lonisiana. BY VIRTUE oftwo writs of ieri Facias issued from the Honorable the District Court, in and for the Parish of Rapides, State of Louisianaand to me directed in the.above entitled` and numbered suits, .I have seized and will offer for sale, to the last and highest bidder, on SATURDAY the 1st day'of AUGUST, 1868, between the hours of 11.A. M. and 4.P M,, 11 at the Court House door in the Town of Alexandria, Parish of Rapides, State of Louisiana, the following property, seized y as the property of the defendant, to-wit: A certain tract or parcel of land, sitna ted, lying and being in the Parish of Ra pides, State of Louisiana, about two miles from Red river, on the North side of Bayou Patassa, containing one hundred acres, more or less, with all buildings and im provements therpon, bounded on the South aq)gE'ilhraI lanids belonging to Judge :'Herrce, North and West by lands be longin to Mrs. Mary A. Hickman; also Two Mules. TnRMx or SA.L : Twelve months' credit, purchaser being required to give bond and security according to law. C. V, LEDOUX ' July let, 1868-tds. Sheriff. Printer's Feees $7 00 e SHEBIFF'S SALE. William Campbell) vs. No. 172. S David Wilson. . 9th District Court-Parish of Rapides State of Louisiana. Y VIRTUE of a writ of Fieri Facise is B sued out of the Justice's Court, Alex andria Ward, Parish of Rapides, State of e Louisiana, and to me directed in the above entitled suit, I have seized and will offer for sale to the last and highest bidder, on SATURDAY the }st day of AUGUST, 1868, between the hours of II A. M. and 4 P. M, at the Court House door in the town of Alexan:, parish of Rapides, State of Lot isiana, the following GCnribed proper a ty, seized as the property of the Defendant, a to-wit: wA certain tract or parcel of land situated in the Pariah of Rapider, State of,Louisi ana being the North-East quarter of the a North-East, and the West halfoftheNorth. East quarter, and North-West quarter of South-East quarter and the East half of the North-West quarter. and North half of South-West quarter of Section 19, Town ship 6, Range 2 East, containing three hundred and seventeen 60-100 sores, and being the same acquired by actof sale from Alexander Lamentine, passed 1st day of March A D. 1868. TERMS OF SA:--CASH in U. S. Treas ury Notes, subject to appraisement. C. V. LEDOUX, July 1st, 1868-tda. Sheriff. Printer's Fees $10 50. SHERIFF'S SALE. 5 Frank Soult ) vs. No. 1024. William Bush.) , 9th District Court-Parish of Rapides- State of Louisiana. Y VIRTUE of a writ of Fieri Faoas, 1 issued from the Honorable the Ninth District Court, Parish of Rapides, State of Louisiana, and to me addressed in the I above entitled and numbered suit, I have I seized and will offer for Sale to thelastand t highest bidder, on i e SATURDAY, the slet day of AUGUST, 1868, 1 between the hours of II A. M, and 4 P. M. at the Court House door in the Town of Alexandria, Parish of Rapides, State, of a Louisiana, the following property seized as the property of theDefendant, to-wit: One Dwelling House upon which the Plaintiff has mechanic's lihop and pivilege, situated on the Darro Plantation, Parish of Rapides. State of Louisiana. TERMS OF SALu : CASH ii U. S. Treasu ry Notes, subject to appraisement. C. V. LEDOUX July Ist, 1868-tds. Sheriff. Printer's Fees $7 10. B SHERIFF'S SALE. C. Poussin, Admtx. ) vs. No. 965. A. J. Leachb. 9th District Court-Parish of Rapides, State of Louisiana. B Y VIRTUE ofa writ of Fleri Facitas Jla issued from tbe Honorable. the Dis trict Court, Pariah of Rapides, State of 5 Louisianand to me addreseed in the above entitled and numbered "suit I have seized and will offer for sale to the last and highest 'biddor. on SATURDAY, the 1st dayofAUGUST, 1868, between the hours of 11 A. M. and 4 P. M., at the Court House Door, in tae town of E A.lexandrla, Parish of rapides, 8tate of Louisiana, the tolowing desorbed.proper ty seized as the propertyof the Defendant to wit: A certain tact or parcel of land sittated in the Parish of Rapdes, being Township 6, Section 6, Noith Range, b West, in lsre District North of ed irver, containingthe quantity of one hundred and twenty sare. Tzns OF SALE :-CASH in U.S. Trea nry Noted, sunbject to appraisement. . C. V. LEDOUX, July 1, I868-tde. Sheriff J Printer's Fees $7 90. TFAKEN UPAND ETR4YED BEFORE I me, W.W. Whittington, Jr., Justicee of the Peace for Rapide Parish, by Charles Banks, abount eight miles below .exand. ria, on Red River, A sMAL-DUrL FIL.LY about two years old, and ap- A praised 'by Denis A. Smith and aan ualnes tobe worth Twenty-Five Dollarsin sh In U. S. Treasmury notes All parties interested are notifled to come forward in l thirty days and prove property, or thesaid | illy willbe dealt with aeeordin to law. I W. W. WHITTINGTON, Jr., w July 8th, 1868-3t. Justice Peace. gi NOTI#E. T[AK~EN UP AND ESTRAYED BEFORE "_- me, W . Whittington, Jr., Justice of the Peace for Rspides Parish, by James Thompson, f m. e. at Gov. Moore's lata tison A SMALL DUNN PONEY ORS branded on the Left BShoulder and Hip with Spanish brands, sand appraised by. T. Cruikshank and A, P. Williams to be l worth Forty dollars in orrency. All par ties inteteated are notified tooome forward tl iibthirty days, and prove prperty or the poney will be dealt- with aceording ti to law. W. W. WHITTNGTGN, Ja., l July 8bth, 1868-St. Jtlice Peace, ti iWO MORTGAGE. NOTES, DRAWNr • to the order of John P. Pettway aid d by Wm. Mills, easeh for the sum -of and dated January g2h, 1863, sad ag 8 porent. Interest from date. Alln pneons are herebl warned against reeir lig or trading for ld notesasM payment hs been _stopped. H LOS E, I Juy 15th, 1868-tt. Attorney. REMOVAL.-.The Office of the "Prla . trs f andrior a Prlnters' Furi ] iug Warehoase formerly lo.ated -. Hadson Street, mas been Bm Removed to 1 Mainor street. Azd4e all cda l for Ua . B¥ "Sed to H.-S.:t, 's aid Pree the Genuine article. NEWORtI.ANS ADRIS Ifure kal ,Ar /kaa// ,ureka/ ! CEL RATr D To c . ND ALz. XTAv. SA Certain Preventive to PFever A Ague PREPAsED IN NW oaRZaNS. -I"ROM the recipe of a Southern pr g ein hysiian, of aeknowleclged sciont le ability from the beat Red. C choua(Peruvian) Bark selected especlally for the purpose The proprietors offer thb PERUVAN BARK BITTERS as a preventive for Feer and Ague, an excellent -Alterative and Tonie peculiarly adapted to the Southern climate; a depurative of the blood and other fluids, and an agreeable stimulant. These Bitters will eectually are Dye r pepslis. Indigestion, Liver Complaint, Chronic Diarrhea, Intermittent Fever, Ague, Diseases of the Kidneoys, all Diseases arising from a Disordered Liver, Stomach and Intestines and all kinds of Periodical Diseases. DR. h. PEEL & CQ., Sole Proprietors and Manuiotn~ers, New Orleans. La. G. L. KOUNS & BRO., 99 Commonat.,. Wholesale Agents. fP' The above Bitters can be had of 8. K. JOHNSON, HENRY ST. JOHN and ,all Druggists. - Alexandria. La., April 3,1867-tL [CARPET WARBHOUSE. A. BROUSSEAU & do., IMPORTERS 19 CnuAsras Sr., SNew Orleans La., OFFER for sale at low pilces-<Carpet ing, English and Amerlean, of all kinds. Floor Furniture and Eaqaelel Oil Cloths. Matting,500rollaChina,100piees. Cocoa Window Shades, Tablq acd Piano Covers. Crumb *oths, Drugget Linen and Felt. Curtains, Lace, Repe, Worsted, Damask, pto. Furniture Covering, Linen and Cotton Stripes. Cornices, Bands,Pins, ete. mad6 y. 'E F. VIRGIN, successor to D.Maupay, Dealer in Seeds, No. 104 Gravier Street, between Camp and Magasine sta, New Orleans. mntember 4th, 1867-1y. FIRST PREMIUM & GOLD MEDAL. AWARDED BY TIE ECHANICS' AND AG- I ICULTWRAL PAIR ASSOCIATION TO BUCK'S FATEMTP BRILLIL. The above Stove usees tty per cent, less fuel, and bakesbetter bred than any other stove now in use. This tact was fairly 'lemonstrated and inconitestably proven at the Mechanics' and Agricul tural Fair of New Orleans, 1868, and the St Louis Fair of 1866-7. Back's Patent Brilliant., Also, constantly on hand a largee and" eompleteaessaent ot IoTEATING AND COOKING STOVES of the most Im proved Patterns. Liberal advantaqs offered to the trade. H. HALLER,.,ent. No. 188 Teloupitoplas street. * Odmerwleftatbox No. 60 ecbanica' and Dealers' Exchaine, No. 103 St. Charl& street, or at the New Orleans Post oilce, will receive prompt atten tion. Feb 12 '68-ly 40. A9PB IA. ArDVBERr'Iý NEW S PAP'ER AGENCY. 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