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OrrICs, Alexandria, February 8,- 189.
Purchaers .of spirits a hre heby res
pectfully informed that no qaintity of
'spillt exceeding itweaty (2) -gallone,
ea be: obtatlmed'taw Aexandrla r lI the
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A.' BEYMAN andB lRitVWEI' & BRO.,
who are Wholeiae I;tquer Dalcs ..-,
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b;iatn e ,oW and: where they make
their ipurchaitof rleate s.
b. .10t hy18 6. ' at ),.A ie ,
Eaton & Barstpw
F. W;. Marshall.  
N1ti th District C'opit P` ` Mit't. o p
above ;,d fe, State f ?ottittt'; r, ,
~~'jY VITtUDA btf a writ f oP T i
Dbetween tised one of "Ae . :6edble
Town of A 'exandra,.the foUowlng des
tbe4itnwpertalgsed ast4 tile-pertyn
ofATUtJDDA thelthO tay o: MA Rd,
between ithe hotr an of 11 i' M..-and 4
P. M., at the Qot rt1 House:door, in.the
Town of Alexandria,.th ofollwng des
cribetffiroiperty Asised as'the ýtrtipe`ty
of thtei Ddtbtidasttio-twit v.:
A' cortain -house and lot in
the village of ,Clheneyville, .
Parih of -Rapides, betweq-qlllli
n and Front streets.-.
hllded on the soutlh by Thurich street
and north by property of M. Hans, with
all .,the: imaprovements thereon' and
thereto belonging. : .
Trnns.o. SALE:--Cash, subjet to
appraisement. JOHN DELACyY,
Feob. 3, 189-tds. Shteff.
Printer's Fees $15 ( / "
Ms. iM, A. Zinker.
vs. No. 994.
Rosamond Legras.
ninth District Court, harisb of flap
ides; State of Louisiana.
VB VIRT'UE of a writ of fieri Fa
i e.as issued out of the 9th. 'District
Court~N Pirish of Rapides, rtate of Lou
isiaia, and to me add-essed-in the
dabovy entitled suit, I have seized and
pill offer for sale tq tlherlist and high
'est bidder:.on
.PATU AY the 6th. day, of MAlQCH,
hbeween the hourn.of II -A. . aMid 4
P. M., hit the Court Ronse deoor, i the
Towi- tfA.lexidrii, 'thefofldint ds
cribed property, by special order of
said'Court,to. wit '.
A Certain lot of ground. lyinsad
being in the Town of Alexand a, in
square No. 22, bounded abiovey bprol
erty belonging to the'Methodist Chur'b
and below by property of Mrs. Amilia
Legras and; Estate of John (~ab,
having a front on Third strect.. 38
feet,. more or less, and iraunig bag, to
Fourth street, with s front onJ'Oiifth
streetof tl feet, more or less, 'with iiU
the improvem'ents qnd appurtenances
thereon and thereto belonging ... .'
Tsaws f SALE :--Cash, "ub jeot, to
appraisement, JOHNDEL EY,
Feb . 3 1869-tds. lerff.
Printer' Fes $15 00. .
Peter Boggps "
vs.. No. 973.
Jessie Gullidg"
Parish Court, Parish of Rapides, State
"of Louisiana.
Y VIRTUE of a writ of, ieri Pa
Scasitssued out of the BHbnorallie
the Parish Court Parisb. ofEaphies,
and to me addressed in the above.puti
tied and-nambered suit, I have seized
and will offerfor e~le to the last and
highest bidder, on.,.
Saturday; the 6th a ofM arch, A. D.
between telihours :of 11 b'ed6ciFa. i.,
and 4 p. m;, atthlerCourt House dooi
in the town of Alexandria, the follow
ing deeri'b. ~ppert, s"i ed as the
prpetY. of the denaafe a., . special
re 'of sid writ, to-wi:t''"
,iteetalu: tract of1o sitsated, in
the Pariah ,of iap . orth ,of Red
Rliver,iw ! being. th Westhalf of ' the
N. E.a sodt e th . o of, e ._.
and-the N.W. .of . E. 1 o 0.,5,
8Tow P iN,,:North fRa N, 1,
Wet.ek asoIJA e East half of tle South
West of Sestim .NQ. 2-rhe Wb#le
containing 240 acres, moreois ,, with
all the improvheents l theaeo r .tahere
to belonginn,, -..a
T: erms, of alb--Casb,lsubject.: eap
praisement.., .D-. I. Sh '
JOHN DatAid, Sh
Feb8 tds-Pritter's Fee f15
Jolm Bogan, Jr., Admidstrat.or, No.
M.Aj. Grogawani lJon Cle·meT It1
nhi lastrb outt Pars k Bkfi
"<:.ii~ies tiof i aoIla-a.
g_1-rL ftit writ of ieri Ea
. bi .. of iunth :li4dhict
direptea S the a tn dpt, I
have se.j~end. .wll ofer for slp.e to
the* lIqs and hlighest bder,o :...
SATURDAYthe 6th day of MARCH,
beit\ h theoihbunr 11 A; I. and 4; P.
I,, at tii.lib Vti Ritue door, In the
ower 'zi~.'tl Wristhe lbllehi, - ;,',1. -.
Apiece, of grpunB I Jus ibelewA.ez
Di4ra Pariasuh ofJp1des, Lotanas
.addtusignsateda . pint oftii.B sega
listate asloet No., .witll : fli<atq pf
180 S6 ,bt nitbxseam llae rei$ t'01
ie.t, Montafuini2g 8-.llaere ,
Txans o SALE :--Cah, -'ell at to
Priantr's Fees ,15% e.
iogatlo itTe n f ofbEtble.T-Nt.0.
tHe Suceeselon of John G iBleds..A
Noti~eieihereby gtei tir '.all them i t
doth an mayeonesety to lseow aunesq
itthit thirty days from thO date hiwe
of-,,hytlie manie shlould not biei9 ap
proved and homologatdi t ilte a daie
diribatrel. in iaoesesia-- therewith.
..eis-a2.. .spus.leri:
~£Iiii r - A
I:V~ We fiMe the'peas tue'tp an
nounce tor the public, and our pa.
trp ns in p articu lar, tlr hu Mt e re, h l
ricei'ved ,a large and colnptet llot of
9 W, In! tta
of the most improved patt .and
are dioe prepared to exeute With
jastatpa~ ; e enfýCu4,to
is. ~we can. tutn Outt INS fhE T
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