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U, ,eU , . ASSISTA, T As4SSSoR'S
OPict, Alexand`ia, February 8, 18ti.
Purehnasers of spirits are Ifrteby res
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F. W. Marshall.
Ninth District Court, Parish of Rap
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A certain house and lot in.
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TEaRMS OF SALE :--Cah, subject to
ap raisement. JOHN DELACEY
Feb. 3, 1869-tds. Sheriff.
Printer's Fees $15 00.
Mrs. M. A. Zinker
vs. No. 994.
Rosamond Legras.
Ninth District Court, Parish of Rap
ides, State of Louisiana.
B Y VIRTUE of a writ of Fieri Fa
eias issued out of the 9th District
Court, Parish of Rapides, State of Lou
isiana, and to me addressed' in the
above entitled suit, I have seized and
will offer for sale to the last and high
est bidder, on
SATURDAY the 6th day of MARCH,
besween the hours of 11 A. M. and 4
P. M., at the Court House door, in the
Town of Alexandria, the tollowing des
cribed property, by special order of
said Court, to-wit:
A certain lot of ground. lying and
being in the Town of Alexandria, in
sqiuare No. 22, bounded above by prop
erty belonging to the Methodist Church
and below by property of Mrs. Amelia
Legras and Estate of John Grogan,
having a front on Third street of 38
feet, more or less, and running back to
Fourth stteet, with a front on Fourth
street of 32 feet, more or less, with all
the improvements and appurtenances
thereon and thereto belonging.
TERMS' OF SALE :-Cash, subject to
appraisement, JOHN DELACEY,
Feb. 3, 1809-td. Sheriff.
Printer's Fees $15 00.
Peter Boggus
vs. No. 973.
Jessie Gullidge.)
Parish Court, Parish of Rapides, State
of Louisiana.
DY VIRTUE of a writ of Fierl Pa
cias tssued out of the Honorable
the Parish Court, Parish of Bapides,
and to me addressed in the above enti
tiled and numnbered suit,. I have seized
and will offer for sale to ,the last and
highest bidder, on
Saturday, the 6th day of March, A. D.
between the hours of 11 o'clock a. m.,
and 4 p. m., at the Court House door
in the town of Alexandria, the follow
ing described property seized as the
property of the defendant, by special
order of said'iritl to-wit':
A certain tract of land situated in
the Parish of Rapides, North of Red
River, and being the West half of the
N. E, } and the S. E. } of the N. W. }
and the N. W. I of S. E. I of No, 25,
Township No. 7, North of Range No. 1,
West, also the East half of the South
West } of Section No. 25-the whole
containing 2t0 acres, more or less, with
all the improvements thereon or there
to belonging,
Tentis of Sale-Cash, sunbject to ap
JOHN DaLACY, Sheriff.
Feb8-tda-Priter'sa Fee $15 00.
John Bogan, Jr., Administrator, ) No.
M. A. Grogan and Johhnlements 1411
Ninth District Court, Paris of It?
pides, State of Louisiana.
DY VIRTUE of a writ ofFieri Fa
i cla issue4d out of Ninth Pistrict
Court; 'Parish of Rapides, anid to inme
directed ii thle above entitled suit, I
have seized and will offer for sale to
the last and highest bidder, on
SATURDAY the 6th day of MARCR,
between the honrs of 11 A. M. and 4 P.
M., at the Court House door, in the
Town of Alexandria, tie following des
eribed property, saised by special pr
der of said writ, to.wit:
A piece of ground. just below Alex
andria, Parish of Rapides, Louisiana,
and designated ona plat of tmhe Boegan
Estate as lot No. 3, with a front of
180 5-6 feet with lear line of 17(1 7-1l
feet, containing 2:35-100 acres. .
Teas or SAus:Cash, sbjet to
ap ra seew n J, DELEY
Printer's Feis' gl $15 00.
Plarish of Rapides--Pirish Court.
Suepgpion of John G. ledie,.for ho
uologation Tableaq of, Debts-No 20.
TRf EREAS, Mitacl iPaul, Curator,
VV lhas fldd a 'Talileau 'of Debts ot
the Smrtcessibik of' fJbtibn . Bledeo.
Notice is hereby given to 'all wlhrm it
doth or may coneqli,:to show datae,
within thirty days 0the date here
of, wh bthe same siol1d not be.ap
'iro'edand limolog~tea and theluand
distributed in acaraue'theretrh.
Clerk's Ofie., Alexadria, La, Peb
rsary the st, 1860..
Feba3--94 .Deputy Clirk.
11 We have the pleasure a-..
nounce to the public, and `oufr pa
trons in particular,' that we have
receivedi a lrge and complete lot of
of the most improved patterns, and I
are now prepared to execute with
ý riIT-AND-
any Jobsathat may be entrusted to
us. We can turn out IN THE BEST
F Fl,!. i
steamboat gIlls,
W  OUR PEI 1 wdl e oud
GIVE . , A ' 1-IAL'I
SSa9iiahfiLover. i
SHis name was Jacobus; we used to call I
him Jackass, for short, leavean .help me
if he should hear this story: ,
Among many of his bpistunes, for he
was cock-eyed, red-haired,and knock-bkeed a
besides, he numbesed that inconvenient I
one of bashfulnees. Nevertheless ha .was I
food of the ladies' although when in their t
presence he never opened his,mouth when t
he could help it, aod when he did speak
he used bothhsands to help him; in fact t
he was a man or" gt atAions." -
Jacobua, one wanrm da, fell in love; be I
had j i ' ruated at c ege, and began
to tiunk be mst seetl; ladies' society;
he was getting to be a mnan, and it was
manly to have s a penC u t.
So Jack fell in love with` tah sweetest,
ieellest' most hoydenis gi in the a umar;
but hok to tell htiao Joi There was the
raub. le lis beard h a great deal of the
" langnp of the eyes," and e according
ly tried thpt, bat when be looked peaticl
larly'hird at the window where Msas Eni
iy wis in t e'habit of situing, some person
'on the other side 6f the stieet woi~ iPvea
riably bow to hlini;,thlikig he woe v. t
ortngto atch'their-yes. , He l.s dispiied C
eyes ever slncethen, ..a
4t'lenitb Jack obtained an Intioduction °
through his sister, nnd with her he Called b
several times, but she was obliged to leave
the city for a reason, sad'as q,h Iinterview
only inreased his ardor, he deteenil~ on
going it alone. b
Long before the lotr fixed upon by cus- e
tom' for an eveing ilbit,: he fdund hinselH n
arrajrd in his bhet. BlUe coat, uonltal but- -
tons, black elsimerpants (said pants belg
a little tighter than the skin,) ani a Soot- ?
less eeast. p
The journala of teu cay slate, is 'o item '
of intelligence;; that the tberdionlter rt g
I from 7b to 80 degrees. J ck ests it
was a hundred. ) P
As the hour gradually w:isser," Jack f
foand corage and, perspiration aoing out P
together, and be' atmost determinedto pull ti
off and stay at home. He eoo.iluded how
ever, he'd take a walk past` the house'ad
see how be felt.
By the time he reached the house he q
firmly concluded notto go li; but on castu
ing his eye towards the palor window, n
and perceiving no signs, e thought it prob
able that no one was at home, and sdain
be had gone so far hbewold go so faither
and leavehis card.
No. sooer determined t uhaun eoneded.
In areckless osaowmt;be pulled the bell ;
the darned-thinsg need'at niste eka as
adise. t
The door was opened as if by ahis, add o
the servant girl politely asked bim l; 41
Miss ially was to the par4or, alone dud a
would be delighted to sselim.
0, creaky I ha'wasasfx I Gala a dark .a
parlorwith a pretty pitr aloseh ' Itr-was b
<tolate to retreat tbhegirl d ad 4 ood d'te a
foont door, and was polnting to the paor t
where Miss Emily as.. -
Being perfetly vonviaed tha#se helee i t
was lef him, into the dask room be walked t
or elided. A t was perfect. ehasto .bhis
eyes for a moment; bet *oly fur. t-o.
mwnt 1:thbed oem the qdsept gloop am~s t
forth ansagel voian " lgus htlm ýatelap
ano draw near." Teo obey, the ordei, was q
but the workof º, mioment,  l4 sappos d
ed,. bat he litte ddraoo) At thob$alse. fate t
bad thrown l nh l n way. l kqe fall eI a
that the stram pf Jo e l ad assy Jppl e.
bet fhall gwwnsagp o teredu psqt Ipt9 b4s
 dgp, theP, his yelp ment, on be.
lg tpe' at 9 i fair, ope' est, ,
by lstool, with plethoric ,4 whi
by chance oferp fleesservantý hb aw l
p ied xactly op the ,od to tiss.
lowetn li a4i oe "rta e tLnir q y wrl
iow anhd aspwp,' he ntr osyj tradl 1
iumicbl rq -also a cpp d rrna ril ,oe i
thne ka·ahtse afior'silid; sai A cte e
atiraa'u th e iot ihen I
he at i oe Ia hn
and drawom W his ol at 4 i.li f d _
vint as 'lisao6grc l eporsejt flint &ld.sse
idst wItm as miuchrac uit ad" I '
I &sll ~ro* tbdhhltsu f
•tai. eIts .slMtei .he omeherf
ties eerrikadt cztcraiki.
[Isle C ( rel .21:4 ·u au oqIslple
youwsif bout it.- Jest maise a lttle its'
under you" at Atse mailkegICm hard
pall. ..:.
*Ae.l. taR waleAl n. ".s pi-
nothing ahortofats spoia hi Iarpeko.ilo of
Pmosridenieaids.alWabbiish Usteebat
should 1 sdo?! : bfe1 ri1 4' am·lhr a
Stronger pAieetbe-es the `aw .i 'the
ladya prais. itby didhm.hha i todeb
tain th.:lostdj7 gOwdS,..& x with
the reqasat.:
Ant up,ear foe're. Wgttaw, lt d3
tenreded him, anthd. agtebs .f9 s"i~o
menat.- 04d gWn -'with ,bah ;bes, a
NOiw dmrppsdag.4frings1 hof i whlc
eimk4~on- IQ,e bq asad:
Fore G-.diWkse,'Ms lItIly kwdv my
shirt audebfl w!"' ; l; ,: < !-.7
Teb yoemgls tbesiea jbm~hlht&'h in
soeoulmee with lom, ,~ lutoii'ot*6a
acomplished mansew. a
The whole auce~l i ýjr.4s
@Von. timsely afteo-tie to
This Mainly look qp __ ArLns.
thntt vadre4.p_' 4h4!i i ,ts
.4m is a a.esea ia
want ofra cal~ ,_ "~ for wnt
of a lshoeas q !* 1b t of a
horse a man wasutl."' . It is aitil thing
to k rp emaooitsoftha ,paethry frspsao.
ctiga ntelsri, gl
evening scald kakn O "
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