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LEI1 & ERa0SON,
Watchmakers and Jewelers,
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and Pla
ted Ware, .
SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
POLLAK & SON, N. Y.,
GENUINE MERSCHAUM PIPES.
N. B.-All Goods sold warranted asre
March 1, 17'l-tf.
R. R. R.
RADWAY'8 READY RELIEF
CURRS THE WORST PAINS
IN FROM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES
NOT ONE HOUR
after reading this advertisement need any
SUFFER WITH PAIN.
R ADWAY'S REA)Y RELIEF IS A
cure for every pain. It was the first
and is THE ONLY PAIN REMEDY that
instantly stops the most excrntiating
pains, allays Inflammations, and cures
Congestions, whether of the Lungs, Stom.
ach, Bowels, or other glands or organs, by
IN FROM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES
no matter how violent or excrntiating the
pain, the Rheumatic, bed-ridden, infirm,
crippled, nervous, reuralgic, or prostrated
with diseasee nay suffer.
Travelers should always carry a bottle
of Radway's Ready Relief with them. A
few drops in water will prevent sickness
or pains from change of water It is bet
ter than French Brandy or Bitters as a
FEVER AND AGUE
ered for fifty cents. There is not a reme
dial agent in this world that will cure Fe- i
ver a,ºn Ague, and all other Malarions, r
Bilions. Scarlet, Typhoid. Yellow, and oth- e
or Fevers (nided by Radway's Pills) so
quick as Radway's Ready Relief. Fifty e
cents per bottle.
HE-ealth.! iBexauty ! !
Strong and Punr Rich Blood-Increase of
Flesh and Weight---Clear Skin and
Beautilbl Complexion Se
cured to all.
SARSIPtRILLI.I RESOLVENT'1 !
The most artonishing cures: so quick, so
rapid are the ehangflie body un
dergoes. under thýinfluence
of this truly won
Medicine, thba '
Every Day an increase In Flesh and Weight I
is seen and felt,
THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
E1 VERY drop of the SARSAPARILLIAN a
U RESOLVENT communicates through
the Blood, Sweat, Urine, and other fluids t
and jliees of the system the vigor of life,
for'it repairs the wastes of the body with
new and sound material. Scrofula, By
pIilib, Conssrsptioa, Glandular Diwease, UI
errs in the Throat, Month, Tunsors, Nodes in
the GlandsM and other parts of the system, Sore
.Etes, Strtmorous Discharges from the Ears,
and the worst forms of Skin diseases, Erup- i
floes, Ferer Sores, Scald Head, Ring Worm, t
Salt Rheus, Erysipelas, Acne, Blac Spots,
Worms in the Flesh, Taors, facers in the
Womb, ar4 all weakening and painful dis-.
elarges, Night 8weats, Loss of gpers and all
wastes of the life principle, are within the cu
rative raqnge qf this wonder of Modern C]hem
ijtry, and a few days' use wll prqee toqny
persaon using itfor either of these form. of dis.
ease its potent power to uenre them.
If the patient, daily becoming reduced
by the wastes and decomposition that is I
contineally progressing, suncceeds in ar
resting these wastes, and repairk'the same
with new material made fromnl healthy
blood-and this the 8ARSAPARILLIAN
will and does secure-a cure is certain;
for when once this remedy commbnces its
work of purificoation, and succeeds in di
nloishing the loss of wastes, its repairs
will be rapid, and every day the patient
will feel himself growing better and I
stronger, the food digesting better, appe
tite improving, and flesh and weight in
Not only does the Sarsaparllian Reaol- .
vent excel all known remedial agents in
I he cure of Chronic, Scrofulous, Constitu
tiounal, and Skin diseases; but it is the
only positive curo for
Kidney and Bladder Complaints !
Urinary and Womb Diseases, Gravel, Dia
Ioten, Dropsy, Stoppage of Water, Inconti
senee of Urine, Bright's Disease, Albumi
nurti. and In all eases where there are
brick-danst deposits, or the water is thick, I
cloudy, mixed with substances like the
white of an egg, or threads like white
silk, or there is a morbid, dark, bilious ap.
pearan-e, and, white bone.dust deposits,
and when there is a pricking, burning
sensation when passing water, and pslin
the Small of the Balk and along the Loins.
PERFEOT PURGATIVE PILLSI
Pdrfoctly tasteless, elegantly coated with
sweet gum, purge, regulate, purify, cleanse
and strengthen. Radway's Pills, for the
cnre of all disorders of the Stomach, Liv
er, Bowels, Kidneys. Bladder, Nervous
Diseases, Headache. Constipation. Costive
iess, Indigestion, Dyspepsia. Bilionsneasf
Bilious Fever, Inflammation of the Bow
els, Piles, and all Derangements of the In
terdal Viscera. Warranted to effeot a
positive cure. Purely Yegetablh, contain
ing no muerncury, minerals, or deleteriious
A few doses of Radway's Pills will free
the system from all the above named dis
orders. Price, 25 cents per box. SOLD BY
Rnrs "FALSE AND TRUE." Send one
letter stema, to RADWAY & CO., No. 32
Warren Street, New York. Information
worth thousands will be sent yon.
HENRY ST. JOHN .
TO TLSB EP'UlaIO.I
r, EOLIPSE LIVERY STABLE I
SELS TAYLOR, • P IORllETOR
Clark's Old Stand, corner of Third and
De Soto Streets,
HI S CARRI
gies, Hacks and
harness are new. His carriage, buggy
and saddleihorses can't be beat in New
Orleans. Hacking done cheaper than
it has ever been done in this place.
lie will feed by the day, week or
month at reasonable rates. The finest
of feed always on hand. Mule pens
. and wagon yard attached to thestablo,
and pure water that never fails. Call
N. B.-There will be found always
on hand at the stable, a FIasT-CLAss
* SADDLER, and all who desire Harness
and Saddlery neatly and cheaply re
paired, on short notice, can have their
orders filled by leaving them at the
Feb. 7, 1872-tf.
. THE JEWEL. SALOON!
CORNER JOHNSTON AND FRONT
THE UNDERSIGNBD BEGS LEAVE
to inform his friends and the public
that he has opened at his old stand, THE
JEWEL, with a large stock of
y of his own selection. He will have at
tached to the Jewel, two of Phelan's late
improved BILLIARD TABLES.
LUNCH EVERY DAY:
k From 11 o'clock to half-past 1. By strict
,t attention to business he hopes to receive
t a share of the public patronage.
Jan. 17-ly. JOHN BOGAN.
J. G. P. HOOF, - - PROPRIETOR
jITHE UNDERSIGNED HAS LEASED
JL the Ice House HItel and has opened
it for the reception of guests. The Hogpe
and furniture will immediately undergo a
thorough renovation, and no pains will be
spared to make the premises as comforta
ble and attractive as possible. The table
will be bountifully supplied and a full
corps of servants engaged to be in con
stant attendance on our boarders. The
- doors will be open at all hours of both the
day and the night. Both travelers and
regular boarders will find it to their inter
Set to give him a call.
The subscriber has had considerable
exoerience fn the business and confidently
appeal to the public to aid hint in his
efforts to maintain a first class Hotel in
this community. J. G. P. HOOE.
January 1, 1872.
THE UNDERSIGNED INFORMS HIS
friends and patrons, that he has just
returned from New Orleans, where he has
purchased a large supply of
FRESH GROCERIES and DRY GOODS;
HATS, BOOTS and SHOES,
GENTS, LADIES - AND CHILDREN;
A large and choice lot of best brands of
FLOUR, as-he intends resuming at once
his BAKERY BUSINESS, and will deliver
bread daily, Sundays excepted, at the resi
dences in Town. Fresh hot bread deliver
ed at 12 o'clock M I will give 28 ounces
for one dime. lie it understood, however,
all this is for CASH. Give your old time
baker another trial, apt you will be cer
tain to get full valne. V. GIRARD.
Nov. 2, 1871.
rTlHE UNDERSIGNED WOULD
I respectfully. inform his frienlds
and the sugar planters generally of the
SParishes of. Rapides and Avoyelles,
,that he is now .prepared to set or
,repair kettles and boilers in the most
approved style, and best wormanlike
manner. Having.had 27 years experi
ence in this lina of busnainess, he feels
satisfied that he will render satisfac
tion, and will gnuarAntee that his work
will be better, and by his style of
setting boilers, economize more fuel
I than that of ariny other Mtason in either
Parish. Best of refeirences given, if re
qniredi. GILES SMITH.
'M arcia 15, 1871-1y.
SDRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
HARDWARE, a0UTLERY, ET0.,,
OODMA's BRICK BUIDING,
HENRY A.; BIOSSAT,
Conunission and Forwarding Mlrchant
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
ifZ.8T jBS.N" Pr O .CB
Evey dcscriptlon of Wagons and Carts,
New BRcx WARafOUsa,
Sept. 20-6m. ALEXANDRIALLA.
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, ET0.,
FRONT ST., .
LEITY'S YEW' IBfCK BJITILDING,
April 24. 1872-ly.
A PLANTATION SIX MILES FROM
Alexandria, on Bayou Rapides. with
all the improvements tihereon, inclnding
Engine, Saw Mill, &c, complete. This is
certainly the cheapest piece of property
il Rapides Parials. For terms,; &., apply
to the Democrat officbe or to
July 24-8m. J T. FLINT.
RAPIDES FEMALE SEMINARY
RS. A. P. CLARK, WILL RE
o~ open her Boarding and Day
School for Young Ladies, corner of
Second and Scott streets, on MONDAY,
SEPTEMBER ,D, 1872.
I. C. MILLER,
sI M ANUFACTURER OF COPPER; TIN
aI. and SHEET.IRON WORKS, keeps
constantly on hand an assortment: of
r COOKING AND HEATING STOVES.
Orders for Tinware, repairing of gutters
and pipes will receive prompt attention
ALSO AGENT FOR
RICE BROTHERS & CO.
' Charter Oak Cooking Stoves,
which he keeps always on hand.
aT "MlER1& S COASB.
c Mch 1, 181-tf.
E. & S. WEIL,
Wholesale and Retail
Ale .an.dria, . L a.
W E BEG LEAVE TO INFORM THE
friends and patrons of Joseph Well,
that we have purchased' his entire inter
est and contents of. his store' on Front
street, and will carry on the same under
the above style.
Joseph Well is thankful for the liberal
patronage bestowed on his house and hopes
his successors will share equally well.
E. & 8. Well have assumed all the liabili
ties of the late firm and all payment of ac
counts and notes must be made to them.
We will continue to keep in our store
everything in our line. Our stock can
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
SHOES, I HATS, ETC.,
All of which we will dispose of at very
Kpm We will pay the highest market
price for'cotton, or make liberal advances.
Jan. 13, 1869-tf.
CORNER BELOW TOWN HALL
IS just home from New Orleans, where
1 he has given personal attention to the
selection and purchase of a large, fine
and varied stock of
Dry Goods and Family Groceries.
HARD WA, RE,
anld merchandless, wares and notions in
He frvites a call from the public, being
satisfied he can fill the bill.
Cish advanced on cotton end other
country produce, dr bought at the highest
· l~ WALK IN I ~l
Jan. i, 1871-tf.
PATENT METALLIC BURIAL CASES.
THE undersigned announces to the
1 I public that he is now ready to sup
r ply the wants of the community with the
new PATENT SELF-SEALING COMBI
NATION CASE AND OASKET, a veryv
great improvement over compositions gen
'erally used. His arragnements are per!
feet and complete In that line, and the
public may rely on being supplied at all
times. His rates are reduced and the
cheapest in Rapides
March 17, '72-tf. Undertaker.
NTO ATTENTION GIVEN TO OR
I ders for Cases, Caskets or Wood
Coffins unlesa accompanied by the
CASH, or good security.
HERE'8 A FORTUNE I
OAK DALE PLANTATION IS FOR
It contains 500acres ofland-400 of which
is cleared, ditched and well fended.
THE OAK DALE PLANTATION
L four miles below Alexandria, fronting
on the river. Dwelling House, cabins,
fences, eto., all in goode condition, Any
one wishing tq parqbase will call on or
address, JAfES MOORE.
P. O. Box 75 Alexandria, La.
JOiN BOULDEN, SI.,
INFORMS THE PUBLIC OF RAPIDES
l that be-is now prepared to fill all orders
in the HOUSE PA NTING,GLAIZING and
PAPERING: LINW. Also, SIGN and OR
NAMENTAL PAINTING. All orders will
be promptly attended to. Orders s0osld
be addressed to J.C. GOULDEN,
Nov. ll-tf. Alexatdria, La
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
A LEXANDRIA, NEXT [
.."L door to Levin & Fer
guson's Jewelry Store.
The beet of teither always on hand.
Feb. 15, 1871-nm.
Boot and Shoe Maker,
FRONT ST,.....ALEXANIDRIA, LA.
Particular attention paidto the mak
ing of Ladies' shoes,.
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r THE Tenth volume of WOOD'S I
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