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:!l;.. ra McIntyre ....... .... New Orleans
i :wy & Co ..........New York City
;rir.e P. Howell & Co... "
: ; n Cli.smnan & Co......St. Louis, Mo
i.!. i Alden............... .... incinnati
?: A. Ayer & Son ..........Philadelphia
T IME TABLE
T3;:xa and Pacific Railroad:
J.Le-ve Blexandria........ 4:38 p.m
For Newo Orleans.
Leave Alexandria........ 10:35 a. m
Arrives in New Orleans ...7:00 p. in
Leaves New Orleans ......8:45 a. m
LIlrgan's La, & Texas R. R:
Arrives at Alexandria ......6:00 p. m
Lea\ves A luxandria........9:00 a. m
;y Fis~t-class fare from Alexand.
ria to N(w Orleans, by either of the
a:,o, o nii.'ed roads, costs $6.85. _Af
-New crop of Landreth's Turnip
Seed at the Phoenix Drug Store.
-See the advertisement of Mr. M.
WV. Calvit, to be found in another col
'iin of to-day's issue.
BAUER - & - WEIL,
- THE -
LEADERS - OF - LOW - PRICES.
-For Bagging, Ties and Twine,
.o to Jonas Hiller. He keeps the
iest assortment of general merchan
iise in the Parish, and his prices are
the lowest. Call on him and be con
vinced of what we say.
-Mr. J. H. O'Neil, who rides the
r:iail from Alexandria to White Sul
,liur Springs, was overhauled on Mon
tday, the 11th inst., by two tramps at
F'laggon bridge, about six miles north
oif Pinoville, and robbed of 873. The
siail sack was not touched.
-If people would take the advice
of Mr. E. J. Sullivan, the druggist,
they would never start on a journey
,ithout a bottle of Chamberlain's Co-'
lie, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
It can always be depended upon and
is pleasant to take.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castorla.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castors,
When she became Milss, she clung to Castorla,
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
A Very Large Percentage
Of tbo American people are troubled with
a nmost annoying, troublesome and disa
greeable complaint called Catarrh. It is
not necessary to be so troubled. It is de.
imoustrated beyond question that Clarke's
Extract of Flax [Papilion] Catarrh cure
immediately relieves and permanently
cures catarrh. A thorough and fair trial
will convince you. Use Clarke's Flax
Soap for the skin. Catarrh cure $1. Soap
23 cents-at Jacob Goiger's Eagle drug
Blair Says It's All Right.
Mr. S. O. Blair, Chicago, says: "We
eoald not keep house without your
Clarke's Extract of Flax Skin Cure and
Cough Cure. We have used both for nn
imerols troubles, especially for our child,
We recomimend the Cough Cure to every
faunily having children. We used it for
whoopiung cough with remarkably qnick
and satisfactory results, and use it for
any and every cough the family may
have." Only one size, large bottle.
'rice $1. If you want the best toilet soap
get Clarke's Flax Soap, 25 cents.. Ask
Jacob Geiger, your druggist, for these
-31r C. B. Jones, of Spring Hill,
Iowa, says: "I have used Chamber
lain's Pain Balm for severe and pain
ful hurns with better effect than any
thing else I have ever tried. It re
lieves the pain instantly and cures
without leaving a scar." Pain Balm
is one of the most useful medicines
that any famfly can be provided with,
especially for rheumatism, lamo back,
sprains, bruises, tooth-ache, ear-ache
andt like ailtnents One application
will relieve the pain and a fair trial
insures a cure. 50 cent bottles for
sale by E. J. Sullivan.
The Pulpit and the Stage.
Rev F M Shront, Pastor United Breth
r in Church, Blue Mound, Kan., says: "I
f-el it mly duty to tell what wonders Dr.
King's Now Discovery has done for me.
My llngs were badly dlisc:snld, and my
parishioners thought I could live only a
few weeks. I took tive bottles of Dr.
Kinig's New Discovery anl amnn sound ard
well, gaining 26 pounde in weight."
Arthur Love, manager Love's Funny
Folks Conibinatio,. writes: "After a tho
rough trial and convincing evidence, I
am confident Dr. King's Neow Discovery
for consurmption, beats them all and cures
when every thing else fails. The great
est kindnelss I can do nmy many thousand
frirmls is to urge themn to try it." Free
trial bttlies att Eagle drn store. Reg~u
la' si;ies 5.i and $1.
.iR. HILL AGAIN RIEPLIESI.
I do not wish for gratuitous adverti
sing, and I am averse to affording it
to Dr. S. H. Rushing, who, I am in
clined to think, does wish it. There
fore, if you will give this communica
tion space in your next issue, I will
promise that my pen shall not - again
transgress my own inclination,, and
that of my friends, by replying to him.
To wilfully impute to me the re
mark that "I will support an anti-Lot
tery negro in preference to a pro-Lot
tery Democrat," is a base slander. It
is likewise a base slander to wilfully
contort my conversation with Major
Watts into such an expression. I am
willing to be charitable, however, in
this case, and accord to the good doo
tor an honest misinterpretation of my
language, but there is one thing that
I think is relevant to this article that
I cannot forget;--it is this: In at
tempting to controvert one of his pro
Lottery arguments, I said: "In accep
ting the Morris bribe it is no more nor
less than a sale of the State's honor."
The- good doctor replied by boldly
and sneeringly asserting that "that is
not to be considered, for Louisiana has
Now, to those gentlemen especially,
it must indeed be amusing to see him
posing before the public in an attitude
of righteous indignation at my poor
self, and becoming an expounder of
Democratic principles. Whew:w-w
Well, I am a Democrat, but God for
bid that I should ever become one of
the good doctor's stripe. Though 1
am not an office seeker, a politician,
nor a political trickster, I am a Dem
ocrat who will, as long as it is a
party imbued with [the almost holy
principles established by Jefferson,
and adhered to by his patriotic follow
ers, support the candidates it may, in
its wisdom, nominate; ;Lut I am not a
traducer, a slanderer of the State to
which I owe allegiance.
"Louisiana has no honor." Dare he
deny it ? Though I have only re
cently cast my lot upon her fair and
fertile soil, and among her noble, gen
erous sons, I deny the malignant
charge that must have emanated from
a brain so bemuddled as to be incapa
ble of properly discriminating between
honor and dishonor.
I am anti-Lottery. Why ? Be
cause I am a Democrat. True Do
mocracy teaches us to respect our
country - not to barter its honor away;
it teaches anti immorality, anti-mo
nopoly, and anti-everything else that
is corrupting to morals or politics, and
I charge that no man can be a true
Democrat who advocates corruption of
any kind. Is this doctrine contro
I am accused of unsound Democra
cy. Well, let us compare mine with
the former Democracy of Louisiana
no doubt the standard of the good Dr.
Rushing. In order to do this, let us
(for the moment only) change the lan
guage of my conversation with Major
Watts thus: Major, if yon were the
nominee of the Republican party for
an office, and the Democrats should
oppose you by nominating a negro, I
should vote for the negro. This is
practically my former statement, only
it was contingent upon there being no
Democratic or Republican party; but
that pro-Lottery and anti-Lottery par
ties superseded them respectively.
According to the good Dootoa, I am
to be ostracised for supporting the
nominees of my party. Oh, consis
tency, truly thou art a jewel. In 1874
I think, the Democrats of Louisiana
nominated a negro for a high State
office. My dear, good, spotless Dem
ooratic (?) Doctor, did you vote for
Armstead in 1874 Upon investiga
tion I find that the truest and best
Democrats in the State voted for him;
-did you ? If not, I'chargo that you
were a renegade Democrat, and was
not entitled to affiliate with the party.
In the conversation with Major
Watts, referred to above, I feared,
nay believed, that old party lines
would be entirely obliterated, and that
the politics of the next campaign
would be pro. vs. anti-Lottery. I do
not believe this to-day. I believe the
old Democratic ship that has safely
landed so many cargoes in Louisia a
is destined to land many mire. Do
you ask why this change of opinion in
so short a time? It is because ro
many of the pros are daily deserting
their fast sinking bark, and are conm
ing back to the good old Democratic
ship frem which they were temporarily
allured by false promises of future
prosperity. Truly, is their bark sink
ing? Dr. Rushing mnnst think so, for
he has surely been a passenger on it,
and if reports be true, he paid his pas
sage to the House of Representatives
in Baton Rouge, but before she got
fairly under way, the good Doctor
Rushing abandoned his vessel, and is
now trying to board ola "Democracy"
on which to continue the journey.
But she does not carry such freight
that far, so I would advise you to save
your passage money, Doctor, and at
least attompt a shorter trip.
I learn from trebly good anthority
that oulr worthy District Judge is also
now a pronounced anti-Lottery man.
When such men as he begin to turn,
then surely the State is in no danger.
Neither is Democracy.
THE BEST GOODS
LOWEST - PRICES
BAUER - & - WElL
Front Street, opposite Ferry Landing.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rhenm, fever
safens, tetter, chapted hands, chilblains,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and posei
tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction,
or money refulnded. Price 25 cents per
iox. For sale by Jacob Geiger, Eagle
FOR YOUR STOMACH'S SAKE
"Take a little wine for your stom
ach's sake," is a celebrated piece of
advice. "Take a little Pe-ru-na for
your stomach's sake," is a saying that
bids fair to become equally famous.
T'he stomach is at once a most deli
cate and a most abused organ, and,
between its delicacy and its abuse, it
is no wonder that it is constantly giv
ing its owner trouble. There is no
medicine that will help the stomach so
promptly and so effectively as Pe-ru
na. Its action is very simple, and it
leaves no bad effects whatever. Es
pecially in summer time is it a valua
ble remedy to have at hand. For hot
weather easily affects the stomach,
and any little imprudence in eating or
disorder of the system deranges it.
Then it is that Pe-ru-na will show it
self to be just what it is claimed to be
-a general tonic and a corrector of
stomaeh troubles. Try it. For sale
by Henry St. John.
FOR RENT-The two connecting
stores on Front street, corner of John
ston, each 70 feet long, and 20 feet
wide, with counters and shelves cowm
plete. Possession given at once.
For further particulars apply to
READ & SCHMALINsKI,
The transition from long, lingering and
pamnfol sickness to robust health marks
an epoch in the life of the individual.
Such a remarkable event is treasured in
the meinmoy and the agency whereby the
good health lies been attained is grate
fully blessed. Hence it is that so much
is heard in praise of Electric Bitters. So
many feel they owe their restoration to
health to the one of the great Altorative
and Tonic. If you are troubled with any
disease of Kidneys, Liver or Stomach, of
long or short standilg you will surely
inod relief by use of Electric Bitters. Sold
at 50 cents and $1 per bottle at the Eagle
M. W. CALVIT
ALEXANDRIA, LA. I
--DEALER IN -
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SOLE AEENT FOR
L. OPPENHEIMER d& CO.
Blue Grams Club,
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BAUER & WEIL.
DR. M. R. FISHER,
D "E '- TIST,
Office and Dental Parlors in Osborn
Hotel, Sccoand Floor,
I HAVE RECENTLY FITTED UP IN
the beat manner two dental parlors,
one of which is for the use of white and
the other for colored citizens. In select
ing my furniture and fixtures 1 have
tried to purchase the best, and am pre
pared to do all kind of dental work
promptly, in the highest professional
manner, and at reasonable rates. I am
prepared, with the use of gas, to extract
teeth without pain. My gas apparatus is
the best manufactured, the same as that
used by the lurgest dental establishments
in the Union. Do not think of going to
New Orleans or elsewhere to have dental
work done, when ynn can receive as
good service at home. I am fully pre
pared to do Crown and Bridge work.
This is a method by which teeth may be
saved after the crowns are too far decay
ed to fill. Pcesons living in the country
will please notify me before coming to
have work done, so arrangements can be
made to attend to them upon arrival.
SOffice hours from 8 a. m. to 6 p. nm.
The pa tronage of the plblic is respect
STATE OF LOUISIANA,
Parish of Rapides-12th Judicial Dis
WILLIAM J. CALVIT
vs. No. 2904.
B Y VIRTUE OF AND TO SATISFY
an alias writ of fieri facias issued
and to nme directed in the above entitled
and numbered suit, I have seized and will
offer for sale at public auction, at the
front door of the Court House of the Par
ish of Rapides, La., between the hours
prescribed by law, on
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20th, 1890,
the following described property, to-wit:
A certain tract or parcel of land situa
ted, lying and being in the Parish of Re
pides, State of Louisiana, on the north
side of Red river, and described as fol
lows, to-wit: To start at a point on the
lower line of the Treadway tract, now
owned by this purchaser, ninety feet from
the rear line of said tract, thence run at
right angles with said line five acres,
thence run parallel with the dividing
line of the said Trcadway and Daigme
tracts ten aeres, thence run at right an
gles five to Daaid's line, so as to contain
the quantity of fifty acres of pinewoods
land-the aforesaid tifty acres of land be
ing a part and parcel of the 320 acres of
the Hoffman tract, and is bounded on the
one side by lands of David andl of this
purchaser, tnd on all other sides by
lands of this vendor (Hi. L. Daigre.)
Termas of Sale-Cash, shalject to ap
Aug. 20-ta. Sheriff.
State of Louisiana-Parish of Orleans
-City of New Orleans. 1
B E IT KNOWN, THAT ON THIS THE
eleventh day of July, in the year one
thousand eight hundred and ninety, be
fore me, John Benderunagel, a notary Pub
lic. in and for the city and parish of New
Orleans, State of Louisiana, duly commis
sioned and qualified, and in the presence
of the witnesses hereinafter named and un
dersigned, personally came and appeared
the persons whose itmes are hereunto sub
scribed, who severally declared that, avail
ing themselves of theprovisions of Act No.
:36 of the Legislature of this State, ap
proved June 29, 1888, as well as of those of
the general laws of this State relative to
the orraunization of corporations, they have
formet :tad organized, and by these pres
cnts do form themselves and those whom
they represent, into and constitute a cor
poration for the objects and purposes and
under the stipulations and agreements
hereinafter set forth, which they hereby
adopt as their charter, to-wit:
The name and title of the said corporation
shall be the "Alexandria Publishing Com
pany, Limited," and by that name it shall
have and enjoy succession for a term of
ninety-nine years flrom and after the date
hereof. It shall have plower and authority
to sue and be sued, to make and use a cor
porate seal, and change the amne at pleas
ure, to hold, purelhase, lease, sell and by
pothecate property, real and personal, nec
essary and properl for their business, to
make and issue bonds, to name, elect and
appoint managers, directors and agents,
and to make and establish such by-laws.
rules and regulations for the management
of the business and aftairs of said corpora
tion as may be requisite and necessary.
The domicile of said corporation shall he
the city of New Orleans, parish of Orleans,
Louisiana, where all citations and other
legal process may be served on the presi
dent of the company, and citation may
also be served on the busiiicas manager
thereof. at Alexandria, in the parish of
Rapides, in said State.
The objects and purposes of this corpo
ration shall be to publish a daily newslpa
per in the city of Alexandria, to be styled
the "Alexandria Daily Tinies," and to do
job printing and all work appertaining to a
printing and publishing establishment in
all its branches.
The capital stock of this company is fixed
at twenty thousand dollars, divided into
four hundred shares of fifty dollars each,
and maty be furtlwr increased on com
pliance with existing laws.
The corporation may begin business and
ble a going concern when live thousand
dollars of said capital stock shall have
been subseribed for; and shares of stock
may be issued for money paid or property
received or labor done, and shall be paid
for at such time, in such mnanuer and at
such appraisement as the said board of di
rectors nmay determine; each share of stock
shall be entitled at all corporate meetings
to one vote, in person or by proxy.
All the powers ef this corporation shall
be vested in and exercised by a board of
five directors, who shall each own at least
five shares of the capital stock of this cor
poration, a majority of whom shall consti
tute a quorum for the transaction of all
business. Edward B. Wheelock, Charles
M. Greene, Robert Strong, Theus N. Miles
and Pearl Wight, with the said Edward B.
Wheelock as president, Charles M. Greene
as treasurer andl Robert Strong as secre
tary, shall conatitute the first board of di
rectors, and they shall hold their offices
until tho second Tuesday in December,
1891, or until their successors shall have
been duly elected and qualified.
On the second Tuesday in December,
1991, and annually thereafter an election
for directors shall be held at the office of
the company; each board of directors
shall elect a president, treasurer and sec
retary, who shall hold office until their
successors are elected by the succeeding
board; said board of directors shall also
elect a business manager, who shall hold
office duringtthe pleasure of the board
At all elections which shall be conduc
ted by ballot, a majority of the stockhold
ers represented in person or by proxy shall
elect said directors. Notice of all elec
tions shall be given in one of the newspa
pers published in the city of New Orleans
and one newspaper publislhed in the city
of Alexandria for fifteen days prior to the
Any vacancy occurring in said hoard of
directors, from any cause whatsoever, shall
be tilled by the remaining directors.
No sale of stock shall be held valid or
binding on this corporation unless tihe
same shall have been transferred on tile
books of the coumpany; nor shall any
stockholder vote at an election for direc
tors unless he lihas been the owner of the
stock sixty days pirior to said election;
and no stockholder shall ever hie held lia
ble for any contracts or faults of said cor
poration in any further sumi than the un
paid balance due the conmpany on the
sharen owned by him.
This charter may be modified, changed
or amended, or the said corporation may
be dissolved by a vote of three fourths of
the stock represented at a general meet
ing of the stock-holders, convened for
those purposes, after thirty days previous
notice of such meeting shall have been
given in one of the neCwspapcrs pulmlished
Sin New Orleans and in one published in
Whenever this corporation is dissolved
by limitation or otherwise, its iatl'airs shall
ie liquidated by three commissioners to
be elected at the imeeting called to dis
solve, or in case of termination of charter,
at gieneral micetiig of the stockholders
to be held at least fifteen days lbefore ter
mination of charter by limitation, after
fifteen days previous notice of such meet
ing shall have been given in a newspaper
published in New Orleans, and in one
published in Alexandria, by a majority
of the stock present or represented at sueh
meeting, and said commissioneors, or such
of them as may survive, shall have full
power to settle its indebtedness and wind
up its affairs.
Thus done and passed in mny notarial
office in the city of New Orleans, afore
said, in the presence of Jefferson C.
SWenck, and WVm. Renaudin, competent
Switnesses, residing mn this city, who here
unto subscribe their names together with
I said appearer and me, notaryc, on the day
Sand date set forth in the caption hereof.
a E. B WVHEELOCK, et als.
J EFF C. WENCK.
- I, the undersigned Recorder of Mortga
- ges, in and for the parish of Orleans,
l state of Louisiana, do hereby certify that
- the above and foregoing act of incorpora
e tion of thie "Alexandria Publishing Comi
Splany, Limited," was this day duly record
m ed id my office in Book 393, folio -.
t Noew Orleans, July 11, 1890.
g (Signed:), V. J. JOCUBERT, Dep. R. M.
e I, the undersigned Notary, do hereby
- certify the foregoing and within to be a
I true and correct copy of the original act
s of incorporation ef the "Alexandria Pub.
- lishing Company, Limited," together with
f the certificate of the Recorder of Mortga
ages thereto appended, on file and of re
is cord in my office.
y In faith whereof I hereunto set my hand
) and seal this 11th day of July, 1890.
(Signed:) J. BENDRNAGEL.
Tulane - University
TULANE COLLEGE HAS FOUR PAR
leading to the degree of A. 11. or B. S.
Tulane High School has three courses,
Classical, Literary and Scientific, Mechan
ical, with Manual Training School, and
prepares for Business or'College. The H.
Sophie Newcomb Memorial College offers
facilities for higher education of Young
Women, with a preparatory department.
Next Annual Session begins October 1st,
1890. Medical College opens Monday,
October 20th. Law Department, Mon
day, November 17th.
Lt Catalogues containing full informa
tion may be had upon application to the
Secretary of the University
W.h. PRESTON JOIISETON,
President of University.
University High School
Male and Female Students.
MILITARY - DISCIPLINE - AND
N EXT REGULAR SESSION BEGINS
September 1st, 1890, and closes
June 1st, 1891.
Primary, Business and Classical De
Tuition ..................$2, $3 and $1.
i¬ Board, including lights and fuel,
$12 per month, in private famnilies.
H. II. WHITE,
June 25-3m. Principal.
W RI tCEDE TED ATTRACTIONI
Over A Million Distrihute
La. State Lottery Co.
La' Incorporated by the Legislature
for Educational. and Charitable purposes,
and its franchise made a part of the pres
ent State Constitution, in 1879, by an over
whelming popular vote.
l' ITS GRAND EXTRAORDINARY
DRAWINGS take place Semi-Annually,
(June and December,) and its GRAND
SINGLE NUMBER DRAWINGS take
place in each of the other ten months in
the year, and are all drawn in Iublic,at
the Academy of Music. New Orleans, La.
lI'e do hereby certify that we superrise the
arrangements for all the maonthltl and semi
annual drawings of the La. State Lottery
Company, and in person manage and control
the drawings themselves, and that the same
are conducted with honesty, fairness, and in
good faith toward all parties, and we author
ize the Comnpany to use this certificate, with
ac simile of our signattres attached, isn its
We, the undersigned banks and bank
ers will pay all prizes drawu in the Louis
iana State Lotteries which may be presen
ted at our counters.
R. M. WALMSLEY,
Pres. La. Nat. Bank.
Pres. State Nat. Bank.
Pres. N. O. Nat. Bank.
Pros. Union Nat. Bank.
Grand Monthly Drawing,
Will take place at the Academy of Music,
TUESD AY, SErT. 9, 1890,
100,000:Tickets at $20; HIalves $10; Qnar
ters $5,; Tenths $2; Twentieths $1
IST OF I'PRIZES:
1 PRIZE OF $300,000 is.........00 000
1 PRIZE OF 100,000 is ... 100 000
1 PRIZE OF 50,000 is...... .50 000
1 PRIZE OF 25,000 is..... 25 000
2 Prizes of 10,000 are .. . 20 000
5 Prizes of 5,000 are.. . 25 000
25 Prizes of 1,000 are.... 05 000
100 Prizes of 500 are. .. 50 000
200 Prizes of 300 are..... 620 000
S500 Prizes of 200 are..... 100 000
100 Prizes of $500 are ......... $ 50 000
100 Prizes of 300 are......... 30 000
100 Prizes of 200 are......... 20 000
S999 Prizes of $100 are. ..........$99 900
S999 Prizes of 200 are ........... 09 900
S3,134 prizes amounting to.....$r1,054,000
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE.
SFor Club Rates, or any further in
formation desired, write legibly t.- the
undersigned, clearly statir.;. *sour sesi
dence, with State. Co.,unty, Street and
Number. More rpl,id return xmail delive
ry will be assured by your enclosing an
envelope bearing your full address.
Allordinary letters containing Postal
r Notes, Money Orders issued by al Express
SCompanies or New York Exchange.
M. A. DAUPHIN,
New Orleans, La.
SAddress registered letters containing
SCurrency to New Orleans National Bank,
Noew Orleans, La.
S"REMEMBER, that the payment of
prizes is garanrteed by four National
Banks, of New Orleans, and the Tickets
are signed by tihe President of an Instita
-tion, whose chartered rights are recog
h nized in the highest Courts; therefore,
ybeware of all imitations or anonymous
REMEMBER that the present Charter
of tile La. State Lottery Co., which the
SUPREME COURT OF TIHE U. S has
decided to be a CO.qTRACT with the
State of Louisiana and part of the Con
stitution of the State, DOES NOT EX
- PIRE UNTIL THE FIRST OF JANUA
, RY, 1895. The Legislature of Louisiana,
t which adjourned on the 10th of July of
- this year, has ordered an AMENDMENT
Sto thie Constitution of the State to be sub
- mitted to the people at an election in
1892, which will carry the Charter of the
LOUISIANA LOTTERY COMPANY up
to the year NINETEEN HUNDRED AND
DR. I . L RANDOLPH,
SOffice and Residence, FRONT street.
id Calls will be answered in the city
or country. [Jan 1 90.
BAU~ER - & - WEIL
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Pianos, Organs, Sheet Musi
GENERAL - MUSICAL - MERCHANDISE::
The Celebrated Schubert Piano. The Smith and Cotby Pianos. These Pianos ar
well adapted to our climate.
THE - CHICAGO - COTTAGE - ORGA
'his Organ is nearly a perfect imitation in volume, sweetness and pur.....q
tone of the Pipe Organ.
Pianos and Organs Sold at Low Cash Prices and Upon Easiy
Payments on Time.
THE SCHUBERT PIANO
is renowned for tone, construction, durability and finsh.. A
manufacturer's warranty or guarantee is given to
every purchaser of a Piano or an
Organ from us.1
PIANO and ORGAN repairing and tuning a specialty. We have a first-claos Plui
Maker and Tuuner in charge of our repair shop. All work guaranteed.
Call upon or write to us. We will treat you right.
Correspondence solicited. Imperial Piano Polish for sa
Cleans, Dries,Improves the
MARKET \ALUE COTTo
D(IbrEy E.JoE59 Nkd
The Original Wins.
C. F. Simmons, St. Louis, Prop's
I..A. Simmons LiverMcdicino,Est'd
2840 in the U. S. Court DEFEATS J.
II. Zellin, Prop'r A. Q. Simmons Liv.
er Iegulator, Est'd by Zeilin 868.
M. A. S. L. M. has for 47 years
cured INDIGESTION!, BEILIOSNISS,
APPETITE SOUR STOMACH, ETC.
'e cv. T. B. Reams, PastorM. E.
go Chu.ch, Adams, Tenn., writes: "I
think I should have been dead but
for your Genuine hf. A. Sim
mons Liver Medicine. I have
SE(qq sometimes had to substitute
srr, "Zeilin's stuff" for your. Medl.
CO cinue, but it don't answer the E
,, ' purpose.
*OPUFL Dr. J. R. Graves, Editor The
Da list, Memphis, Tenn. says:
I cevea package of your Liver
Mcdicine, and have used halfof it.
It worksfike a charm. I want no
better Liver Re-unlator and cer
tainly no more ofZeiin's mixture.
For sale by Jacob Geiger.
JOB PRINTING OF JOB
DESCRIPTION NEATLY EXECUTED AT
TIS OFFICE. GIVE US A TRIAL
S. CULL E1
ALEXANDRIA, LA. ;
en1 Recgivying & ForwaingeM
Keeps on band for sale Lime, Cemo
Coal, Corn, Oats, Hay: '
I Will make liberal advance'
Cotton ond other produce, and wili
so pay the highest market price
I Agent for the Milburn GiptaRj
Machine Co. Memphis, Tenn.
-AND DEALER IN
lETALLIC - and - RIOSEWOO
Corner of Lee and Fifth S~g8
M. C. MOSELEY,
ATTORNEY - AT - _LAW,
PRACTICES IN ALL CLASSES K
cases iu all the Courts of E
Grant, Natchitoches, Sabine, St.
and Avoyelles, in the Sunpreme
the State, and in the Federal