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One Year .............. ... $2.5C
Six Months .............. 1.50
SIo ie copies ...................5 ents
oe e:Comrnr SeFo)A ýa Johnston Streets
WEDNE) ýAY, NOV. 21
DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE:
Ben Tnrner ............. Prpesident
Robt. L. Lockett, Lewis Texada,
Jonas R~seealtal, Ben Lew;,
Dr. Surielle, D. H. Willis.
H. ,f. Rogers, Pat Kelly,
E. U. Pendleton. H. F. Long.
A N NO UJV'A' E E JVTS.
For Attorney General.
* We are anthorized to announce
H. L. DAIGRE,
ne a candidate for Attorney*General,
snbject to the nomination of the Dem
ocratic State Convention.
For District Judge.
rT We :air authorized to annonoce
EDWIN G. HUNTER,
a en .diqdate for )istrict Jndte of
the 12th Judicial l)iatrict, suhjeet to
nomination of the Democratic Con
For District Attorney.
W We are autldorized to mnmaonee
JNO. C. WICKLIFFE,
of the Parisa! of Grant, as a candidate
for the olcee of District Attorney of
the 12th Judicial District, snbject to
the action of the Democratic party.
tW We are authorized to sanournce
J. C. RYAN,
as a Candidate for l)iatriet AttoMney of
the 12th Jufirial District, shject to
nomination by the Deaocratic Con
IC" We are anthorized to anneonce
ROBT. L. LUCKETT.
as a candidate for Sher I of Rapide/
Pariah. nlject to u.mination by the
next Democratic Patish Convention.
IP' The many frieuds of
J. G. P. 100E,
erteby sanounce ,iti as a candidate
for Sheriffof the Pariah of RB;pide-,
sbhject to nomination by the next De
mocratic Parish Convention.
TF We are authorised to announce
D. T. STAFFORID.
as a candidate for yheriff of Hafih.d
PaI41fh, snhjrct to nomniuatien by tihe
,cr'atic pat ty.
l The un4ersi~ned Irepeclfully en
arnecer that he, will be ancodidi:rtr trjr
Clikn of Court and lear,*rier of R a1
iýs P i. +ta'l ject to an'mit:ation by
the DI,?:alic party.
G. O. W ATTe.
-MA.JOR G. O. Wa:ts and dau:.n
tor arrived home rrom Kenuicky, on
-Ma. Frd. A. Bonito was here.
according to .apn oitilcttl on Monday.
He left for Chenmyvillo this moruhn,.
--h'tl "Pet" Moore, for sou.e years
a resident of our 'I'own, was miarriedl
in San Antonio, Texas, on the 11th
inst., to Mr. C. A. Hoover.
--T'I. best of Bermuda Hay at E.
Well's Warehouse, at $15 per ton de
lived free in any part of Town.
Weight of Bales from 200 to 250
-Miss L. McGinnis, who has been
spending some weeks here with herU
father, Col. N. L. McGinnis, left for
iher home in Texas, on Friday morn
-.-It you want nice, fresh Corn
Meal, go to F. M. Baxsdale's Mill.
The price has been redeced from One
dollar ($1) to eighty cents per bushel.
Give him a trial.
-REMEMBER that the Goldens will
be here on Monday, commencing with
"Meg, the Farmer's Daughter." This
Troupe is an excellent combination,
and we ask our people to one and all
$10 REwARD.-Strayedor Stolen.
A large dun horse, black nmane and tail,'
one eye out, hind feet white. Abore re
ward will be paid f retured to P. A.
HUCIIEZ, at A. Heryman's store, on
-TxH Laura Lee passed up Mon
day afternoon with a good trip. The
Chas. C. Carroll passed down samoi
night. Quite a crowd were disappoin
ted who had gathered to witness the
-A CHILD of John Alban, colored,
was badly burned on Thursday night
by falling into the fire. The child was
tied in a chair before the fire, and fell
over while the mother was absent only
a few moments.
MEDICAL-Dr. E. B. Price having re
sumed the duties of his profession, res
pectfully offers his medical services to
the citizens of Alexandria and vicin
ity. Office and residence on the cor
ner of Third and Murray Streets.
-THOUGH numerous causes may
operate to turn the hair gray, all that
is needed to restore the natural color
is Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hlair Re
newer. For more than twenty years
its sales have been enormous, but we
have yet to learn of its first failure.
-O-N clay last week Miss Leona
Weil and Miss Carrie Kuhnagel were
each presented with a beautifully
bonnd prayer book, as a token of the
high regard and esteem in which these
young ladies are held by the memnbers
of the choir of the Jewish synagogue.
-Fox constitutional or scrofulous
Catarrh, and for Consumption induced
by the scrofulous taint, Aver's Sarsa
parilla is the true tcemedy. It has cured
aiumberlesý cases. It will stop the
nanseous catarrhal discharges, and re
move the sickening odor of the breath,
which are indications of scrofulous
-GEN. F. N. Ogden and his friends I
. declare they favor tho exclusion of vo
ters who will not pay $2.50 for the
privilege of exercising their rights as t
freemen. Vide his letter addressed to
the Constitutional Convention in 1879. t
He also recognizes and favors lotteriss '
by incorporating in the suggestions he 6
,o makes to the Convention the revenues
the State could derive from them.
-WE regret to announce that on n
$ Friday, the 16th inst., Mr. Sam South- a
wick, employed by Mr. John S. But- a
ler, at his sugar mill on Bayou Boeuf, fi
g ~ot his coat caught in a portion of the L
machinery, and his arm being dragged o
in was so badly cnrushed as to necessi
t tate its amputation. Mr. Southwick is
v well and favorably known in our town, I.
and has dependent upon him for sup- e:
port a widowed mother. g
-IN another column of to-day's pa- Ii
per will be found a very interesting "n
. and well written letter from Judge E. w
North Cullom, now of Avoycllcs Par- I,
ish, in this State. The gentleman ,,
has lately changed political base, and c.
now comes out as an advocate and sup- st
porter of our now glorious old Demo- Ii
cratic party. His reasons are plainly I
given, and are set forth in unmistak- K
able terms. We welcome him into
-FoU~ Parishes, Onachita, Madi- .
son, St. Tammany and East Feliciana ce
have held their elections, and ,not one Ii.
of them has declared for Ogden.- t
Three of them send solid delegations
to the State Convention instructed for
McEnery, and only one East Felici
- ana, instructs for Nicholls. So the
fight will go as the campaign pro- p
gresses. Listen to the voice of the T
Democracy from the Parishes as they tI
are called. C
-TaE Hon. B. W. Marston, who W
hails from Red-River Parish, and wants F
N to be Governor mighty bad, has sent
us a small dodger, from which we learn
" that he will visit our City on Saturday
next, for the sole purpose of delivering
one of his characteristic speeches.
The gentleman alluded to above is
,f well known through the State, espe
cially in political circles, and is regar
ded as an eloquent and forcible polit
ical speaker. No doubt a large crowd
will gather to hear him.
-WE had the pleasure of a visit on C
Monday last from Miss Nellie Byrd, G
e representing the Sunny Sourh, of At- $
lanta, Ga. This journal has a national 1
reputation, and is regarded as one of in
the best story weeklies in the United ci
States. Its editors, Messrs. J. H. and tc
W. B. Seals, are both well known and ci
popular. Miss Nellie is quite charm- ci
e ing in appearance and manner, and a
has has all the necessary vivacity, en- s]
terprise and courage that go to m:'ke t
up a first-olass lady canvasser. She w
a-lded somewhat to the subscrip ion b
list of that journal while here. tý
-Is a very few weeks the people t
p of this Parish will be called upon to a
N give expression to their choice for
Governor by the selection of dolegates of
to represent them in the State Nomi
nati:ug Convention. We take this lib- eC
- erty to admonish our people here to
r think over this subject well and he di
careful as to n \;heo they send to Baton W
Rouge to represent and give expres- cl
sion to their Jiews. Let good men be gi
selected--iuen who are now and al
wasv have been true Democrats--men to
whyb have at heart the interests of the P4
. lpaty, tlie State and its people-in fact i$
iezn who have often times before been
tried anrd ofever were found wanting.- tl
Secil MclEunerv men, who will vote for in
himn first, last and all the time.
-Axtox; tile many: other Anloulncc- c
I !entt.- o candlidates for Otiice, to be !
i onnl in thif issue, is that of Mr. Ed- G
win G. Huliter, who aspires for the
. ositiro of District Judge. This gen- c
tlcman lhas, for ten years oi more, been
the able and fearless District Attomrney y
3 of the Twellfth Judlic;al D)istrict, now
complosed of the Pam ishes of Avoyelles,
HRapides and Gr;;at, and ,as dome his v
r duty well, displaying oft and again
r qualifications thai are highly essenti'l
Sfor one to possess who would preside v
as Judge at t~he Bar of Justice. Mr. P
Hunter, tlhough young, is experienced
-has ability anud judgment, and
though not our favorite or choice, we di
say thai if elected he would make a
1 SIZE YOUR PILE,.
The following is taken firom the I
1 Natchitoches Vindicator of November in
17th, 1883: e:
iThe campaign of defamation waged
1y he Pvcf1/,n,', and her handful of
country saelites, has, instead of injury,
iadvaunce.l and helped the cause of Gov.
McEncry. anl hie stands to-day before
thie people, with an open record,
- throughl which tlmey see him in every
e Iphatze, and they-the people-feel
t muchl more proud of him.-[Vindicator. ai
If the editor of the above mentioned a
e paper would talk wiih the people a lit
tle more and stop so muchl guess work, "
he probably would be ofu different
t opinion. Time will prove whether or f
Snot such stuff as his assertions are true. O
SThe people interests are at stake;
"McEnery must go," for he ii already
in the jaws of monstrous monopolies. at
We clip the above fromn the Demno- cc
cratic IBeciewO of the 15th inst., and
while we thank the editor thereof for
his unsolicited advice, we will offer him di
the following proposition as a token of
our sincerity in the premises and as aU
test of his: We will wager him any ot
amount, (within our nmutu:al ability to p,
pay) that he may desire, that Samuel s
I). McEnery will be nominated by the n
Convention on December 18th, 1883, ,,
for Governor of Louisisiana. The s
amount of the stakes designated y ftr
him to be deposited with Mr. Thos. P.
SChaplin, and the winnings to be dona
ted to repairing the Old River and
Sibley Lake dams. C
Money up or hush up.
-Tux Memphis Avalanche tlhinks iR
that the cotton crop this season will "
I average from 10 to 20 pounds per hale
- lighter than that of last season, owing I
I to its dryness, caused by favorable
Spicking weather. This will cause an i
increase in the number of bales, while
[ the average weight of the bale will be 1
de WHAT STRUCK AN OLD SOL
e "It will soon be twenty years since
as the war closed"
to Under the hot sun of August, 1882,
9. the village of Dover, N. J., lay still as
ss lhe spl-inx in Egypt, while Elijah
e lSharp, of that place, slowly and softly
espokeof the past. "Yes," he said, "I
was in the at my and saw many of the
sights of those fearful years. I was fi
n nally discharged !rom disability, re
h- sulting from su.nstaoke. I came home,
It- miisemable in health and spirits; so en
if, feebled that I took cold on the slightest
1e Life seemed woribless to me; I lives
d only in memoiy."
"That was said enoglh," I said, di
g viding my last two cigais.
S"That's so," respontded Mr. Sharp;
n, ".but I got over t Ouitgrew it Not
P exactly. When ii that roudition I be
gun taking PAi:Kc:n's ToNic, and my
s. health commenced to impiove tight
away. I was Nstonishted at it, and so
was my wife. I piled on the flesh and
could eat anything. My amblition
r- Ilhzel up. I could attend to business,
n andt now-exceptiný thatI have to take
care about exposntg myself to the hot
- sun-I am well as I was the day I en
a- listed. What diffelences there ate in
v thitis-guns and bayonets kill; PAn
SKtE's TONIC saves."
o This pepaation which has been
known as Pal:KEI:'s GINER T'ONIC, will
hereafte, be called simply Parker's
1- Touic. As unprincipl d dealers ate
a constantly deceiving their customets
e by ýubstiInting inferior arlicles under
_ the name of ginger, and as ginger is le
s ally an nuimportant ingredient, we
r drop the misleading word.
' There is no change, however, in the
preparation itself, and all bottles re
e mtinoing in the hands of dealers, wrap
- ped under the name of Parkei'sGinger
ie Tonic, contain the genuine. medicine if
y the fiesmimile s'gnatute of Hiscox &
Co. is at the bottom of the outside
ts FRED N. OGDEN AS A FRIEND OF
it THE POOR MAN.
iy No Man Allowed to Vote Unless he
g First Pays$2.50. Andthisisnottogo
to the public Schools but to the Bond
is Holder. The great Anti-King Can
e- dildte Prores himself a True Blue
r- Aristocrat. Let the Poor Man Be
t- ware of Him.
Some time ago we called on the
n City Item to investigate the question of
i, Gen. Ogden's favoring a poll tax of
t- $2.50 per capita, in his candidacy in
s1 1879 and establish the accuracy or
>f inaccuracy of our memory. In another
d column will be found a letter by "His
td tory" which not only proves we were
d correct, but goes even farther and pla
,- ces Gen. Ogden before the people in
d a most unenviable light. We call
n- special attention to Gen. Ogden's let
ýe ter to the constitutional convention
te wherein he urgently urges upon that
,t body, not only, to increase the poll tax
t" $2.50 each, but to make the payment of
le the poll tax a prereuisite to the right of
:o a man to vote. I
,r What think you of that, free citizens
, of Louisiana?
; Would not such a law make a gov
. ernment of aristocrats?
o Suppose such a law was in force to
te day, how many people in this parish 1
n would be permitted to express their
, choice at the pools as to who should
e govern them?
- Is it not a matter of fact, well known
a to us all, that a large majority of the
c people in this parish if required to pay
:t $2.50 to vote, could not do so?
, Would not the consequence be that
Sthis 'Parish would be governed by an .
r insignificant minority?
You citizens of Louisiana, and espe
cially of the parish of Natchitoches
must bear this in mind; that Gen.
Fred. N. Ogden is the candidate for I
e Governor who has advocated this atro
cious policy. He is the man who de
n sires to rob you of what is dearer to
you than life-your right to vote.
It remains with voutto express at
the polls on the 24th of N ovemer,
your unqualified dispproval of, andi
your emphatic dissent against such a
1 doctrine by electing delegates who will
e vote for Samel Douglass McEnery, the
r. people's man.--[Natchitoches Vindica
ADVTCE To MornPES.--Are you
a disturbed at night and broken of your
arct by a sick chihtl suffering and cryv
ing with pain of cutling teeth? IIf so
send at once and get a botile of Mrs.
Wtinslow's Soothing ,Syrup for Children
Teething. Its value is incalculable.
e It will relieve the poor little sufferer
r immediately. Depend upon it, moth
ers, there is no mistake about it. It
d cures dyseLntery and diarrhoea, regu
lates the stomach and bowels, cures
wind colic, softens the gums, re(duces 1
inflammation, and gives tone and en
ergy to the whole system. Airs. Win
slow's Soothing Syrup for Children
Teething is pleasant to the taste, and is
1 the prescription of one of the oldest
and best female physicians and hnnr
ses in the United States, and is for
tsale by all druggists throughout the
world. Price 25 cents per bottle.
- -SAYs an exchange: The proJect
for the building of a new hotel in ew
Orleans seems to have taken praccal
shape. The committee and sub-om
mittees appointed to select a site ,and
arrange all preliminaries have report
Sed. Canal street, if possible, between
d Rampart and Basin, is selected as the
r site; a hotel to cost $350,000, inclu
n ding furniture, is recommended. The
' ground will probably cost $150,000.
a Upon the report of the committee, an
Y other committee, consisting of thirty 1
prominent citizens, was appointed to
' solicit subscriptions. Chahnette is the I
name agreed upon. The conmmititee
3, propose to submit estimates which will
e show that the investment will realize
Sfromn fifteen to twenty per cent. in
d -ST. JoHS'S Highly Concentrated
Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
should be used by those needing an
Alterative, or having eruptive diseases.
s Read the following unsolicited testi
Fairmonnt, G,.nt Pari sh,La., I
Le June 1st, !63.
g Dr. St. John:
Please send me by express to Boyce,
two bottles of St. Jobhn's Sausaparilla. I]
m i the only Sarsaparilla I can find that will
do all it promise.
le JAMER M. ,RHOER.
e For sale by Henry St. John, Front
Streetr 4leandrie, iL
ARNIESS AND SADDLES:
I have Saddles from Texas, the only genuine,
The Trees--and made up--as good as you can find,
In black and white leather, heavy and lighter,
In sizes to suit the horse and the rider.
IMy aim is to make my work of good leather,
And stitch it with thread that will hold it together;
I have Harness trimmed with silver, Japan and brass,
To suit the large horse, pony or ass.
I have haltfers with fie rings and others with three;
If you don't believe they're good ones, just call in and see;
And webbing fir back-bands, some four inches wide;
They're nice things for summer, for they have been tied.
We hare bridles for stallions, the ge'ding and mare;
Bits plated with silver, and snaps made of aire;
Bitting bridles for colts, to teach them to know
The ways of the woi ld, ond in what shape to go.
Those in want of such articles, just give me a call;
If I can't show you good work, I'll show none at all;
I wish not a large profit on work that I sell-
A good, honest licing living will ao me quite well.
But try mea-and see, 'and I ask for no more;
I have a large room for my store;
You will see my sign out and find me within;
So make me a visit, and you'll cowe again.
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19f68ý i1.ePT if b8V, 'WE¬ [r M*ýTI.
S1S 'lTHE LA[G E'.,i' :, ai+s'l' COM
r FUORT thILE IN tHiE
WILL I: 'T "'TA i.I.S
BY 1)4Y t \VEK
Forses, Carriges, urgies
- AND HAC1NEI-S ALWAYS ON HAND
a PFO: ALE
LIFE VIS TRIES
ily JOSEPHi D. Ifi -:, I. > l NLehPes,
e.A rost valiwnhie Bl r's'tp1 of this di l
-ltininishl d men, coplnlteEa in oun. ol.
unte of iour IUnudretl I.lti forl' litlin
graph page.. Prie. in clothi, $2.50,
a Sheep binding, $3.00.
Leave. Orldns witll JACOB GEIGERGE
o at 1thi E lt Drug Sn.re, or WLn. F.
Plnning, General Agent, at Natchel.
0tli PRINTING \ 1' F ALY I, XE'1PU
,r I TED at T'i1S OFFICE Ci1EAP.
t 'O CANI AND SORGIHUM SUGAR
- MAKES. BREWIRS,
1851I - fsU L - 11583
81t3-SULP; 1'E LIME
t THIRTY-TWO YEARS of unvarying
success. the hest lest ,tf its ackntowl
edged nsperiolity over nil ,.iher anti
'r septlic, efeea tiing or dec.,lo izinig agents
e ever osed forp IANE JUI('E. Also
used by all Nortlhern lnl Western
brewers. Cirenhlr.t anii directions sent
t on applic;tion In H. BONNAREL,
v P. 0O. Box 3197.-- 1m litnro,t I'"crler.
1 Clio nll i Lcusý, t;:rels. NEW ORi
LEANS. l.A. Seot. 5-3m.
FO R ?.: EmT!I
e Thie family r::, e.e owiŽ Bayou Robert,
near the rhaih'lrod cr.:irtg, just outside
of the Corporation. The lot or tract
of lafnd 'n which thle dwelling house
is situatl·d contains two acres, andl will
lhe iretetil in coinlection with the build
ing. A good cistern aidl all other ne
ec(.Atrv cn~veienences fo famnily use
will lie oundll on the premises. Tlhe
art v or part ics renting the above men
Sionled p ropt'rtv will have to lease for
at le'at 12 iulOnithlS. Po.session given
at once. Apply at this office.
$ 2 A WEEK MlA!)E A' H1(ME DBY
S I lthe hilbdn .lin l s. e.t, busin.a s
n wnhO _bgfO thle public. Caphal not ne,,
*. d" Wa will slarl .ou. Men. wonwnil
i- bys aiilR girts W;liilell .very . ,:ere t, ' , It
tor us11. Niow is 1h iiilme. You ri wi-k
inl tparie ti ,e, or giw your whoil titme io
tbe hliniess. No othei r Iil'ie's wsil pl:y
y-lu n eail' oil wll. N. ,i,iin n rfail 0o
lllmake aiinii,us ,iv. .y' ei.i.g at onct.
' C-tly ou nt l ;I tl'enna |ite. ~llioey V r!llle
t f:at., eiisilyV .'il ioiolloi';itiy. Adlb-i "E'i It`
I &t CO., Ausn.sta. akei:,,
.aLlra.,, dBooMs 6r Bil es
THE BEST REMEDY
Diseases of the Throat an Luu.
AYER In dseases of the
AYE ppulmonary ora
a safe and ref bls
remedy is inval
uable. ArT a's
is suinch a remedy.
It is a scientiflo
combination of the
plea and curative
virtues of the finest
united, of such
power as to insure
the greatest poss.
Sble efficiency, and
PECTOR L uniformity of ri.
"suits. It strikes N
the foundation of all pulmonary diseases, y
aording prompt relief and rapid cures,
and is adapted to patients of any age o '
either sex. Being very palatable, the
yonngest children take it readiy, Ia
ordinor Coulgh Colds, Sore Thrat,
Bronetis, lnnuenza, Clergymaa'n
Sore Throat, Asthma, Croup, and
Catarrh, the effects of Arna's Canal
Pa'iroiU. are magical, and multitudes
are annually preserved from serious ill.
ness by its timely and faithful use. It
should be kept at hand in every house
hold for the protection it affords in and.
den attacks. In Whooping-cough and
Consumption there is no other remedy
so efficacious, soothing, and helpful.
Low prices are inducements to try
some of the many mixtures or syrups,
made of cheap and ineffective ingredi.
ents, now offered, which, as they con
tain no curative qualities, can afford
only temporary relief, and are sure to
iisappoint the patient. Diseases of the
throat and lungs demand active and
effective treatment; and it is dangerous
experimenting with unknown and cheap
medicines, from the great liability that
these diseases may, while so trifled with,
become deeply seated or incurable. Use
Aria's Casnar PacroaAL, and you
may confidently expect the best results.
It is of acknowledged curative power,
and is as cheap as its careful preparation
and fine ingredients will allow. Emi.
nent physicians, knowing its composti A
tion, prescribe it. The test of hau a
e ntury has proven its certainty to cure
all plmonary complaints not already
beyond the beach of human aid.
PREPAItED BY DR. I. C. AYER & l0.,
lastielt and Analytical Chemists,
t sa aa uoeeirsrsa mvTwana
OL b__OL _ES
804 Olive St., ST. Louis, Mo.
New Year Cards.
These Catds vary in price from 20
cents per do.zen to $5.00 per card, and
include twi choicet deiigns, Iron, ail
leadieg AMERICAN and EUROPEAN
ART PUBI!~IHEEI-. Plain, Siigle -
and Double Fringed, Folding, !.a.el
back, &c., Many of them in new and
artistic forms--Fans, Pallettes, Ban
Snerts, Sordene. &c.
Assorted lots at 25c. 50c, 51 00,
$1.50 and $2 00 per dcsen.
Special terms on large orders.
Private Gard Rooms'
ZST A ýOM ºDýtDnlin M6 ADR4A
OVER CHAS8. GOLDE'PEEG'S 3A
R. T. Hrvnow, Prop'r.
!TI!E sTIIT, tLs ImgIIA, IL
Unsnurpassed facilities -nowtffered to
the pnublic in generaitl -terms
in all respeeta.
l" The table supplied with the best
g t market mbrsm
SCARRYt he NEWS !
O:tSECOND ST, OPPOSITE THi TOWN ALL,,.
AS AWAYS lKFPl' IN 6OCK TR
BEST OF FAMILY GROGERIES!
FINE WINES and LTQUOR, S
ImporLted and Domestic Cigars,
TOBACCOS OF ALL KINDS. -
t "Conf ectionaries, Fruiti, Cakes ld Cand I d a,;.
Canned Goods of all Soria.
Have just received Wines from Rian Ir.ln
cisco and Tea-s from Pliladel
: MY MOTTO IS:
QUICK SALES-SMALL PROFITS
DON T FORGET
L ' Sign of the Big Ham.jIj
Ferguson & Schnck
.,. -. b -. _- ...
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OPERA AND CHATELINF* CHAINS.GOLD NECKLACEand PENDANTK. I:OnA
BAND BRACELETS, SOLID 18 KARAT PLAIN GOLL RI-G-.
SEAL and CLUSTER RINGS. FALL SETTSl, r
SOLID SILVER & PLATED-WARE
-uns, I > flo .Pik t ol s,
Sporting and Fishing Tacklde.-Powder, Shot and Fixed
Ammunition of all kinds.-Fire Armnis
repaired and cleaned. ,
Corner of Pront and Murray Sts., Alexandria..
Warranted Crop of this year,
In papers: Pounde, Halves or Quar
ters in packages.
W" For Sale by HENRY ST. JOHN.
N. R. Prompt attentiion given to all
orders by Mail or Express.
A fYhorlte prescription of one of the
mot notes and eucceesfbI spectlat In the U. .
(now retired) for tbecureofgerewe Dsb4Wdi
rna sdweh Wrck.eeseaandDewy. esni
Addess DR. WARD & CO.., Ibes. Ms.
TO THE LADIES!
Mrs. M. L. SMITH, - Proprietress
Third and Beauregard Streets
Dress-making a Specialty.!
ALSO STAMPING !
Dry Goods, Ready Clothing, for La
dies and Children, Fancy Arti
cles, Notions, Zephyr Worsted
Hosiery, Ribbons, Flow
ers and every 'Variety
of Fancy Articles.
I LADIES' HATS TRIMMED. .
LAme IB U I$YITU IT CAblsb.
W_ U.. D.AMMO.N
BOTE & COMPANY
W DOORS BLINDS,
Window aidl Door ntes,
M,+aties. PiItle de, Ibae. Mouldin's. Col
umus, Dressed FInolisg, Ceil
ing ahd Ibhelvin.
I'KEEPS IN STOCO
at ALEXANDiIA.LA.. a1 ize. snd kne*
ot SASH. BLINDS, OUj ,
Etc., Etc.,ELe. -
Made to order and shipped to all lpointe
on Red River, or by Eilroad.
FR ~T T: Oel Black above the
Fet b ' '- r.
PANY. AND FAMILY
TQwAcco AND CwaEnS,
• ` SHOES,
-I" r HfATS,
CO'BEB SECOND and JICIlON STIEETS
KIT!C I R IBI 11001
io the lebr of the store is sapplied with
the best of liquors and the
fioest of eigat.
Terms Beaseuoubs-g` SiGir m tCall