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WEDNI~SDAYS and SATUERy:58
tºAe copy', one year, ............ 50
Niz months............. 1 5o
Thre mionths..................... 76
W~dnetsday, - Dec. 30, 18ýt;i
From and after this date, Jurie 3d, (
tieo DE.IO0CRAT will charge five a
(5).cents per line for all notices "
of charitable and church enter
taininrents, etc., eacih insertion.
All other local notices will he char- s
ged ten (10) cents per line for ti
first insertion and five (5) cents c
per line for each subsequent one.
1-eath notices, less than eight (8) in
lines, free. w
Fractional lines charged as fall pr
These prices will not, under any a
Scircumstances, he deviated fri,. .
ovwn and Parish News.
-BILL Polk, Jr., is perfiectly de
lighted with his success thus far
--Yov can Ibu more for $1 at
the Red flow store than anywhere
else in Alexandria. Now is the
time to secure bargains.
-OxLr one gMass will he cele
brated in St. Francis Xavier's
'Catholic chu|rch on Frilay next,
(New Year's Day,) at 8 o'clock.
-LITTLE "Nick" O'Shee receiv- t
eel severe injuries on Christmas day z
ly the explosion of a dynamite
cartr.idge, which he handled too
l ---s----- al
-THE 11anilton Brown Shoe si
(','s. $:2.50 shoes for sale at the tl
lred Plow store. This is the best 1%
iioe for the price ever offered in
-Jon Printing neatly executed ari
at this office. Give us a trial.- Ct
New Orleans prices duplicated and Mi
satisf~ctiou guaranteed. Now is
-A SOIREE by the .young gen- 'e
tlemen of Alexandria, will ie giv Re
en at the Sullivan Hall to-morroty W.
night. The old year wil. lie dane- W.;
edl out and the new year danced in. A.
- E are going to take New
lear too-'tis an old established Ove
h, custom in the DEoCRAT office not
to work on. that day-conseqiuntly Jari
we will. issue no paper on Satur G
day next... Hill
-Ti:HE T. and P. Railway Co.
are selling tickets to New Orleans
a,,t return for 93, good going on
niglt of Dec. 30th or 31st, anild da
good returning until January 6th, tized
-Miss Sallie Hunter's farewel ter
dancet.on Mo Monday evening was well by. J
attended, and all present had a
nice time. 'liis voun ld will
shortly leave for iG;ran Cotean to ýxere
attenld school. hr1
--THE Corporation posts, wecallk t .ro
thtem snch for the reason that no was
one else claims them,; were the well
nleans of "knocking out" quite a Tom
i-unmi er of the Alexandria urchinsthe si
Chlristmas night. the ]
-DAVE Williams, I, colored man a warn
was run over and killed on Thurs- was afi
day night last by the east bound Ashley
T'. & P. train, between Lecomte man.
and Lamonrie. Ihis head was sev- lice, br
rred from his body. He was runk lie tell
at the time. he tell
-LOOK out for the DE OCR.T's his bea
Carrier Boy on New Year's morn- main hl
ing. He is a deserving little fel- the'tini
law, having faithfully waite' 'n and had
his patrons for. the last twelve is now .i
i.onths, and they should remember be bond
im Friday next able to
CRAT. - MR.Charles Goldenberg's faun
ily ---- moved yesterday tp the Garner
holuse, opposite the Synagogue..=
TUEJ}.y$ Mi. Mihes Rosenthal will shortly
Slfollow by taking possession of Mr,
......L 50~ ernard Mayer's house, the latter
..... ·aving ovd to Latr, nnier.
S"out of sorts" with head
ache, stomach dlisorder, torpid. liv
er', pain in back or side, constipa
Lion, etc., neglect may be fatal.
Jurne 3d, Oie dose of Strong's Sanative Pills '
rg will give relie A few doses re- i
Il notices store to new health and vigor.
iniertion. ,,-'lilt CIZE stmxas trees at the
She chr- several churches were. well and ar
rline for tistically arranged. That of the 1
) cents Catholi school children 'vHas super
right (8) intended by Ioti. R. P. Hunter,
who previous to distribluting the r,
as fall prizes and gifts made an appropri. tI
ate address. to
der anty r
d from. -Ir will not disappoint youn. It M
- is the best article lknown ,-r 'urify
ing the blood anrid building i the
Stly de- health and strength. For twenty F
thus fair ive years ervsipelaer berok out in
blotches on my flue. I found no
i 1 at ;ure until I used Parker's Tonic
i 1aer two years ago. It is the medicine
is the for me.-[E. C. I-i
FoR RENT.--The Neal planta
e c tion only a few miles from Alex
avie ndria, is offered: for rent for the By
Snext, year 1886, possession given Jannua
'ry 1st. It is and has always been dirl
considered one of the best places in nrt
recei- the Parish. Terms .reasonable..will
as day Apply to S. ScIMALNs, -in
t De. 30. Alestandria. twel
.d too ---------
-ALL the churches were well °q
attended on Christmas day. The SAS
Shoe singing at the us hliu4 a
it the the best heart r oers t:
best Mrs. A. P. Williams .was the or- F
Ced in ganist on th.e .'oc ai, and was heiný
ably seconded .byti isses Hen- Pari1
cuted ario, Marye, Canfield e Ms' na,
:sl.- Charles Moore. Jr.,'d a
I and Marve. " .
` Y';'- £ Care;
-Ox last Tuesday evenigi thi thert
following officers were elected by pl
gen Pelican LodgeNo: 16, A. O.'U. W: rary
giv Rev. Herman C. Duncan, M. W. Notar
row W. W. Whittington, Jr., Past M. ViZ:
anc- W.; L. B. Baynard, Foreman; J. Jean,
d in. A. Crawford, Recorder; E. F. Sy- Frank
rew nan, Financier; A. P. Williams, Wamn
iLed Overseer; J. M. Armstrong, Recei tity o0
ver; Frank Graham, Guide; P. S. three
tlarreau, Inside Watchman; JS. tere
nru Graham, Outside WVatchman; Dan. ileges
tHiller, J. S. Grahan, D). C. Paul, purteni
a CLE.METS HOME AI';AIN.'--Ii.
J. B. Ashley, who left he.e a few
ndays ago for Atlanta, Ga., depu
tized as sheriff and armed with the
documents to bring Torn Clmeunts Richard
home, who, our readers will remem- Probate
9her was arrested in.the above; city .
el by. Detective Gloer, he thinking Pursuan
tl that a reward had been oflfered hv der of s,
ill the Governor for Clements, arrivedl ed by tl
o here ,y the Morgan train Monday Paish
night. Mr. Ashley says he had no above n
l4 trouble ~ith Tom on his way, but cession,
0 was specially. careful to have him and ex-o
e well shackled, .hands. and feet- , ' payn
Tom was airested on Saturdaiy, /on rega r
the street, but was not surpiased for for
when MIr. Ashley told him he hdl frout of t
Sa warrant for .him. The detective. the Tow
was after money, and caused Mr. tlween tl
Ashley some trouble in securing his wEDES1
man. Only' after the Chief of Po- u
lice. broug!ht Gloer before. him did the follo
he tell where he had Clements to-wit
stored away. Tom has hfattened, Book au
Shis heard has'groin out, and in the and accou
main lie lookg well and hearty. At cession of
the'time of his arrest hie washbroke, sai Se a :
and had his watch in pawn. Tom i ST erms -
is now in jail, and whetlier he wil- praiscment
be bonded again or not we are un
able to say. Sheriff ai
s farn- -AfMONG the many bills, intro
Earner duced in Congress, previous to that
e.-~ tl dy's adjournment for the holi
ortly days, was fthle following y Hon. N.
f Mr. C. Blanchar1, of this district:
latter To' estabhllh the timle for the
meeting and adjournment of Con
lead- gross; to return to the State of
liv- Louisiana valuable books al,1 rec
tipa- ords relating to the military history
atal. of the State taken from the capital
Iills during the war, and now in the
s re- possession of the government at
igor. Washington; te appropriate 810,
the 000 for the investigation of the yel
I ar- low fever germ theory as developed
the in Mexico and South America; pro
rviding for the better eqllipment of
iter, passenger steamers; to r'move the
raft from Bayou Sara; to p.romote
- the commerce of Red River Valley;
to provide for the construction of a
road from Pinevilla to the National
It Militar' Cemetery.
i the YSheriff's Sale.
twenty- Frank A. Blanchard vs. Carey E.
out in Blanchard-No. 3220, 12th 1Ju
and no dicial District Court, Rapides
r Tonic Parish, La.
edicine A. Biossat, F. A. Blanchard
transferee, vs. Carey E. Blanch
planta- adl - No. 1514, Parish Court
Alex- ttransferred District Court, Rap
ides Parish, La.
or the By virtue of and to satisfy two
Ja writs of fieri facias issued an to re
a been directed in the above entitled and
sces i nunbe.red suits, I have seized and
nable. .will offer for sale at public auction,
in front of the Court house door, in
d the Town of Alexandria, fI. be
dria. tween the hours prescribed by law,
i -well " ."- . :..
The SATURDAY,; th6th dnanof FEB
, UARY, A, I., 1886; .
Ite following describdd'property,
e or- A certain piece or parcel of land
was heing, lying. aiab situated in theI
Hen- Parish of Rapides, State of Louisi
&na, on the right descending hank
- of-Bayon Jean de Jean, and heinz
I lot No. Two of a partition had with
Carey E. Blanchard and his bro
t thers Newton C., Frank A. &c.,
Henry Blanchard, of the Roselawu,
I by plantation, on the 13th day of Feb
W: mrnarv, 1878, before. Jass Andrews,
Nw Notary Public bounded ~is'follows,
M. viz: frontinkg on Bayoti -Jean de
Jean, bounded above by lands of
J. Newton C. Blanchard, below by
Sy- Frank A. Blanchard, in the rear by.
is, W ahusley, and containing the qual.
cci tity of one hundred and seventy.
three 72-100 acres, together with
Sthe buildings and improvements
.' thereon, and rights, ways and priv
an. ileges thereunto belonging or ap
Terms of sale-Cash, subject to
appraisement. D. C. PAUL, Kr
Succession Sale. Buil
he Succession of
its Richard L. Turner. No. 417.
m- Probate Docket, District Court, Pa
tv rish of Rapides, La.
g Pursuant to a commission and or- And
der of sale issued and to me direct
ed by the Honorable the 12th Ju
dicial District Court, in and for the
r Parish and State aforesaid, in the '
0o above numihered and entitled Suc- andri
rt cession, commanding me as Sheriff
and ex-offioio auctioneer, to sell for
- the payment of debts, for cash and
o- accordance with law the herein
n after described property, I shall of
d fer for sale at public auction, in
;t front of the Court House door, in
the Town of Alexandria, La., be
tween the hours prescribed iby I[ a
WEDNESDAY, the 13th dayf JAX- ok
UAr, A. I). 1886, 1in te
the following described property, all p
Book accoults, promissory notest
and accounts belonging to Succes- aCCOt
cession of Richard L. Tnrner, de- anf l
ceasedi as per inventory on file in
said Succession. . , Good
Term s a.- ; isI
praisement:. -¢ . ' @. .
Sheriff and ex-olficio .uttioneer. Prop
to that - TO1n ADVEIST5.Ei " .
wr the f , ."
I rec. -
}'e : 1 . 'utore.
oped JACOB GEIGER, - Proprietor.
pro- Is seli'g at. w Orleaw:, Iiea le iie tri jbbisto ihe j ' , d r
t of ig special inducements . ..t 5 to rtujl b by g trl ad TadttL ofer.
the consists in part as follow tck
Drugs Chemicals, Paints, Stationery
nal School Books, Tobacco and Cigars, Liq6rs for medici:
nal purposes, Garden Seed8s, Etc..
Cor. Second and Murray, - - A'EXANDJIA, LA
des F j SO N& 80mCC1
WatchmIakers and Jewelers.
,p Largest Stock Outside of Orleans:
.to FO· TlTST:, LEXIT, a J. ," I.
'n , . . . - it', ,' :4y. "''
o - : ," " DEL ERIx- -.a.
AAE.RT FO.j WATERSLii BI11INGH UIST's S4W-MILL r
CULLEN & ROGERS :
general Receiving and Forwarding Merchants ,
' Keeps On Hand for s1e. Lime, Cement, Coal, Cdrn
Oats, Hay and Bran.
Will mako liberal advances on Cotton and other proucn wila
pay the highest market price for Cbtton.Se red cean willale
the Milburn. Gin and Machine Co., Mernphis, Taenn
i KURSHEEDT & BIE-VENUp
Builder's Hardware, Grates, Tiles,
Marble Slate and Iron
'a- 'feON UMENTS, TOMOSe
ºr- And all kinds of MARBLE onrK.
N~os. 118 and 120 Camp St.
e New Orleans, La,
he A. HILTON,. Agent, AMex
c- andria, La., will take orders.
I have this day closedd .my
books. . Necessity compels I
me to demand spot cash for
all goods sold from this
date. I will entertain open
accounts only on special
and fied arrangcments.-
Goods on sale at the most:
aaonable CASH pices. al
JACOB GEIER,. I
Prop', agle Drug Store :
(3 THE LEWIS.
,, Hand Fire Extinguisher
W. O TitAMON, - AGENT
SWe take pleasure in statihg that
we were present at the test of the
Lewis Hand- Fire Extinguisher ,
;. made in our city uan Angnst 13th,
1885. The test was-most com-pletet
, and satisfactory. Yost are at liber
ty to refer any one to us as witness- .
es to its thorough e/i(iency.
W. F: Black~ian,
B. 0. Duke,
Ferguson f', Scihnack,
W. 0. DAMiMON
Sole Agent for Parihles ofRapider,
Avovelles, Natchitoches, D)eSo
to, iRed River apd Grant
Pºice, Single Extinguisber; .$1 0
Half dozen ...... ....8 00..
One Dozen . .......... . 15 OQ.. :i
M. C. MOSELEY,- _ !
Attorney at- L.
Practices in all classes of case,-"j.
all. the COdtts of tlihe 'Parishes of
pRailde Grant, 1 Natchitoches, Sa
bine, St Laudry: ard Ayvoyelles..
Al.pril 5-..,1..y., ...