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4 OTHERS p
oQ OO. CURE
S. P. SK IFI, of Towana, Pa.,
whose constitution was complhte'ly
broken down, is cured by Ayer's
Sarsaparilla. HIe writes:
"For eight year, I was, most of th1
time, a great sufferer from constipa
tlon, P. idny trouble, and indie Ps
ton so that my constitutio n se c emed
to be compltel bris cken don. I was
induSarsapaced to try yer's Sarapites:rilla, and
took eight yearly sevn bottles, mosith such
excellent results that f y onstipa-,
bonwels, ane kidneys are in perfct con
dition, andso thn al their function , as
regular as clocmpletely b-work. At thedown. ti wame
I ndubegan to taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla, anmy
xceight resu only that pond; I now can
bra ow 15el pounds, and kidneys as nevr tn so
good health. If you could see me he
fore and after using, you would want
ime for a traveling adfertisem, ent
I believe this preparation of Sarsaparilla
to b te best in the lock-worket to-heay."
Prepared by Dr. J. C. yor Co., Lod sell, me as.
Cures others,will cure you
One copy, one year.............73 cents
Six months .......................50 cents
WEDI)NESDAY, - - - JULY 17
-I)r. S1ylvester's Specific for
horses, iniul0s and cows is unex
celled. Ask your l)ruggist for it.
-Dr. Sylvester is a Veterinary
Siirigeon for the last 30 years and
l'rotissor of one of the principal
-Since the Imeeting of thi
School Board, Miss Bertha Pearce
Ihas been assigned to the Lloyd
:lchool and11 Mrs. Rosa Parkman to
thie Iea ver Dam School.
-Every person owuning a horse,
mu111 or cow, shoulhl have a' bottle
,'f I) . SyIveste 's Speiic in lthe
ho.use at a!! times. No telli,
wh.. 3uird. 1',,r sale at Eagle
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--l)r. yl tl.se i's" 1-l'c0 for
B Its, ('oliC ; ll3(3 '1 lipll ;I es lln
l; ,isi , tIml'es I:il cOWS 1is thi
lits t rlltedy t11h t 3t1 (1 al sciencie
hI~s 'ver discovered. For ;dale at
the Ei;g: I)roug Store, J. Geiger.
-AI.iong the tUncerotlus I er.-ons
a ho have bten ou red of he.tuma
I sm hy Chamiherlain's Pain Wilnm,
lmeIiin should be (m)le of Mrs.
Emily Thorne, of Toledo, Wash.,
iho :ll.ys : '' have llever beeni able
tO p)rociur0 any mledicille that
woull relieve ine of rheunmatism
like C!atll mberlain's Pain BlIlm. I
have also used it for lame back
with great success. It is the best
liniment I have ever used, and 1
take pleasure in recoImending it
to 1iy friends." For sale at the
A Pioneer's ltecommeIndation.
Mr. J. W. Venable, of Downey,
a pioneer of Los Angeles County,
Cal., says : "Whenever I am trou
bled with a pain in the stomach,
or with diarrhoea, I use Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remely. I have used it for years,
know it to be a reliable remne ly,
and recommend it to every one."
For sale at the Phoenix Drug
store, E. J. Sullivan, proprietor.
-All wholesale Diruggists inl
New Orleans sell I)r. Sy lv'ester's
peciflec. IE. J. Hlart & Co., are
Agents for usae.
LECTUREI AT OPEnIA lloUSE.
Sergeant I. C. Dick will deliver a
lecture at the Opera house, in this
city, on Friday, July 19th 1893, for
the benefit of Jeffi Davis Camp No.
6, Confederate Veterans. Subject,
"The Ohld South." Tickets for
gale at Alberts. Admission 50
(cnts for adults and 25 cents for
children. The thee theme is one in I
which every body, )both old and
yotlung, shouhl be interested and
as it is in aid (it a bene1eent cause,
the lecturer should be greeted with
a full house.
-"We had tu epidemic of dys
entery in this vicinity last sum
mer," says Samuel S. Pollock, ofi
Briceland, Cal. "I was taken
with it and suffered severely until
some one called my attention to
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. I procured a
bottle and felt better after the first
Idose. Before one-half' of the bot
tle had been used I was well. I
recommended it to my friends and
their experience was the same. We
all unite in saying it is the best."
For sale at the Phoenix l)rug
store, E. J. Sullivat. Proprietor.
!'I,'Elý)NAL AND SOCIIITY I
- Mr. .. E Rydelr, of Holloway.
was ii, tiwni last week.
Mr. RI. L. Walker, of Lloyd.,
.vas in townl Saturday.
-\\e regret to learn that Mrs
Prescott Baillio is quite ill.
-Mr. B. H. Lyons, of Forest
ilill, ws itf the city last week.
--Ir. W. H. Readman, ,o
W\elhiton, was il town Monday.,
-M-iss Sarah Murphy left Snu
lay, to visit relatives at Laia3 eilte
-Mis. Willie O'shee left S;ttur
!ay t,r Biloxi, to remain a It ;
--Mrs. S. G. Bonneville left Sat
nrday on a visit to friends at \Vil
mot, Ati k.
--1l-. 'l.. G. lInnter address
ed a Ih!tlic meeting at Cheil'.yville
--MIs. lliiailton, of lIay,.n Stila:i,
is visiting her sister. Mers. B.
T t ne'lr, of 1'ineville.
-Mr. Jlohn Gii!, of Labch's
Bridge, favored the DEMOcaAT
with a pleasant call last we k.
-Mr. Jaike Goldherg left Stur
day night for New York City and
viii be alben!lit ahout a month.
-Mr. aill M:s. Berard ll Ehr
steini left Sunday fir Pass Cli is
liin, whlere they will speiid the
-Col. Jas. C. Wise retr.iet d
last Thursday from a visit of sev
eral weeks to the liot Springs, in
-Mr. Prentiss Staples returned
a few days ago from Ba;tcon louge,
where lie hab beeni attending the
-Mr. W\V, . W. l ekman and
fllmlily left h;st week for Big
Creek, where they will rusticate
for several weeks.
-Misses Maggie antid May K-
lcy, of New Orleans, are spendii!
the summer with Mrs. J. B tker, of
-Miss Adl Waters returned
last Thursday, from Gllner, Texas,
whither she had been on a visit to
her mother and sisters.
-Mrs. Allen, of Monroe, is visi
iing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I.
W. Blinghurst, at their rural ie
treat ini the piie woods.
-Mr. C, F. Crockett, general
freinlht naid ticket agent at the
Uii ioen depot, le-ft last wel e to vis,
it irlcii\yes in 3Michiga n anild Can
-Mr. and Mi's. 11. M. lime re
turneii l Sati itrdey evei;,iiig f':'nii i,
wet k's se journ it flite WVhite Sil
pI.ur S1lings, iin Cataii .ul. Pa
-Messrs. L. L. lloce, J. F.
Atiiil, John P. Grog-an, It. L
Luikett-aid (rihain St ;fford;, left
Sineliay for Chlear Creek, onill a fish
ing excursioin and will be absent
--r A. J. Ca-mmack, a whilom
resident of this city, but Inow of
New Iberia, haiis been ill townii for
the past week, exchanging greet
ings with his legion of frienls.
-Mr. Leroy A. Calhoon, of
Babb's Bridge, gave us an allpreci
atedl call on Thursda;i last. lie
was in town for the purpose of
making final proof on his home
-Mr. and Mrs. R. W. B.i; g
hurst re'turned from Cooper's
\Wells, Miss, last Friday night.
We are glad to note that Mr.
Bringhurst is much beineitted b,
-Mr. Hoover Mobley, a member
of the LOUISIANA I)EMOCItAT staff.
left for lHarrisonburg, Catahoula
Parish, Friday morning and we
presume, when he returns, will be
accomptanied by a life partner.
--Capti J. G. White went to
Shreveport Sunday, to represent
the dcefendants in the U. 8. Dis
trict Court, which convened Mon
tlay, in the suit of the Gould
heirs vs. Nugent, Hlartdner & Co.
-Mr. C. M. Kilpatrick, our effi
cieut and accommodating Deputy
Clerk of Court, went to Cheney
ville Saturday, to attend a public
mneeting, called for the purpose of
forlning a Bimetallic League.
-Mr. Lem. C. Duke, Superin
tendent of Public Education for
Catahoula Parish, passed through
SthIe city last Thursday, en route to
Olpelousas, to attend the annual
conventiou of Parish Superilntelnd
-Mr. and MIrs. L. T, Dulaney
and children, of New Iberia, are
visitilug relatives in this city.
Mr. I)ulaneyg, who is a native and
fornmer resident of Alexanldria,
f gave the DEMOCRAT an appreeia
Ited visit last Friday.
-How Gov. Foster stands on
I the "free silver craze", is a matter
Sof no importance to any man,
woman or child in the State otf
SLouisiana. If he has been honest,
capable and efficieut, he has a
right to aspire to the gubernatorial
succession, independently of his
I \iet'ws--whatever they mnay be-on
i he fitiamicial (liest jtrioi.
Testimonly Ta!ken ]Befotre a Master
bonte time ago, George "J. (;o'd,,
r l'e ,isenti In the heirs tf" .I,)
(Gould, tihld a suit in thel U,.itcd a
States Iist' let (Court fir the WVes- t
Itrn i l)ii.rict of Louisiaua, ag ills: 1
Ngeiint, liuirtltier & Co., ofl Nu- I
',i;cut, fur ¬ýi(i,l;00 tbiniliges bur ill I
;eted tj ir«dt atiols upon i mber I (
liiluds in Grant l' Parishli, chaiiined toll I
ehtlong to I hc l 'lailiut!ts. 'eidiing
a i'eciiOln oni the miieiti, Plain tif' \
apllied tifor and obtailnd an in
junction restraiiliilg the defenid
ants lcni cutiit!g alld 1tuovingi t
iinyl moriei inbtr lfruii Z aid lll ind.
01% li , tii\ i I 011 tiihei 11 Si idi 11 1i1. !i
lii thi inltitr al, it Wais cliiuied c
that the deifeudaits had violated
the injit net ion.l by couiit iniilg to cu I
lld I rtemove ti binbel'. A Irule was
.rvi'ed uipon themi to show Cause II
why thl("y shouild not be punished
Ifr cointeiipt of (Coultit. T'he niat- I
ter was referred to M. C. Elstner, i
Master in Chancery, who was en
gaiged several days liinst wee'K ill
taking the testimony of linUumerous
witnesses fromi Crant Pariish, with 1
the result that Messrs. E. J. and
II. E. llariituer were discharged 1
aniid Mr. J. M. Nugent hehl tr fur f
tiher inivestigation, which took I
p)lace at Shreveport Monday. The
Ilplaintifs were represenlted by I
fliw, Spencer & Coclhe and A. 11.
Leonard, of New Orleans. Messrs. 1
White & Thornton, of the local
lbar, appeared for the defendants.
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FAIR AssocIATION.-Pursuant , I
to public uotice, a ineetiiing of the
citizens of Alexandria and sur
rounding country was held at the
City !hill Monday miorning, for the
puirpose of organizing a Fair Asso
ciat ion. After the oljects of the
iieeting had been stated, a pelirn
al!ienlt orgliiization was effected by
the election of the following otii
cers: Wim. ilarris, President ; J.
C. R3yaii ; Vice President ; Phil L.
Asher, Secretary ; E. J. Sullivan,
Treasuter. The following gentle
men were chosen as a Board of I)i
rectors: \Viii. lharris, W. P. Flow
c'r, B. Wtil, L. A. Staflord, M.
Bloomn, I. Waldrop, J. J. Fergn
son, G. O. Watts antid W. (? Scott.
The Board of I)irectors will hold a
meeting at 10 a. m. Thursday and
will iirobaibly designate the time
w hein the Fair shall be held. The
t;dlowinlg were electedl.
hIonorary Vice - Presidents - J. II.
Meteker, C. J. Ilarstow, J. W. Mit!hr, A.
B. Spencer, G. W. B:flton, G. L. Wilson,
C. E. Robfrt?, Sam Pattersan, Julius
Levin, Simon Well, J. M. Nugent, R. L.
hodoltph, J. N. Ball, P. ii. Ilynson,
WSt. l'ulk, Jr., J. S. Lougmire, A. W.
McLaurine, F. Seip, Dr. Snith Gordon,
B. M. Bryan, C. M. Flower, E. Scharpe,
G. W. B1n:ett; W. L. Foster, Shreve
port; I. C. Stringfellow, Caddo; J. M.
Martin, Shreveport; L. Q. Iloliltug
worth, Red River Parish; W. G. Motbley,
E. H. McCormick, . 11 . . Gossens, E. V
Weems, T. N. Miles.
Lady Honorary Vice-Presidents,
Meedames C Geiger, WP PFlower, E II
McCormick, Wm Harris, Wm Polk, Jr.,
R L Randolph, 8 Gordon, RP Hunter, I,
A Stafford, M Bloom, Gus Gehr, Moses
Rlosenthal, JD Calvit, B Choppin, Simon
Weil, J J Ferguson, GA Staples, P II
Hynson, Ben Turner, J N Ball, W C
Scott, II. C. Duncan, C. M. Flower. C.
Goldenherg. W. C. Johnson, J. W. Alex
taindler, R. W. lBringhllurst, bilin Evans, 1
Gi. Maddox, J. Gregor3 and Mrs. R. B.
Another lonliclle at Woodworth
A difficulty occurred Ilst Thurs
day evdning at Woodworth, be
tween Albert Brown, a white man,
and Mouroe Evans, colored,' in
which the former was shot and in
stantly ki~ted by tihe latter. It
appears that Brown, who was a
"Red Bone" from "Ten Mile"
Creek, abused the negro and
threatened to kill him, neither of
them being armed at the lime.
Evans was at work upon the pre
miises of auother party by whom
he was employed. The white man
went off and returned to the scene
of the disturbance armed with a
Winchester rifle. The negro, no
ting the hostile movements of his
antagouist, secured his shot gun
anld discharged its contents into
the body of his advancing foe.
Evans made no a:temnpt to escape,
I claiminig that he acted in self-de
fense. Hle is now in jail awaiting
a preliminary examination.
The Discovery Saved His Life.
Mr. Caillonette, Druggist. Beavers
ville, Ill., says: "To Dr. King's New
Discovery 1 owe my life. Was taken
with La Grippe and tried all the physi
cians tbr niles about, but of no avail and
was given up antd told I could not live.
tIl.tving Dr. King's iew Discovery in my
store 1 sent tor a bottle and began ihs
ri use andti frounl the first tlose began to get
better, andI after using three bottles 1a,
aup anti about again. It is worth its weight
in gold. \We won't keep store or house
without it." Get a free trial bottle at
SMrs. C. Geiger's Drug Store.
I -A delightful dance was given
Sby the Young Meu's Heibrew Cluba,
at their Hall last Sunday night.
LLOYI) DOTS. L
LLOYD, LA., j
July 13.h. ( R
The "f -rty di ys rain" is out i
allti We aie Ilh;ivlg beautiful wea I
Stlhr f'r fItliers, bhlt so disagree a
l iy Wilitt as to cItIS folks to be
gin to Ithii:k sl riutisly of the de- 1
lighltfulll y cool C l'breezes at lhll A
Cheney, litand manyll other iatlrie
So10115 to be ft;uhid out there. May C
we all ineet I here againi! Soniie
whlio we'reL tihere last seasul v. iii A
not ble wi:h us, iiid there will be al
veid inl our hiearts fur the sake of 3
tilhe tldetr aleiLt ones, especi;ally
thoslewho e ftr ditlati towvardls
tlie ~cttiiig sllll. May all goold t- t
Icli enUl yu a briug you safely L
Mr. \V. S. Moore is a visitor at
his old hoiie to daliy.
Master Vi l aiiie ihiillio returned I
Ilhole onl Satrliilay f'roni a pleasalutt
visit to fritliels ou laipide8 and at
"''Aslbourne," IH.d river.
Mijss Maiy Lee, of Jaekson, i
tire guest of her si-ter, Mirs. 11. I1.
Ferigullis, of Lloyd.
Miss kRosa Mluii py anlid Mr. J. J.
Ferguson have been quite sick for I
5solie d3 s5, but are now iuch (
Canll any one tell us what has
lieconie iof the i 'lrowin eyed lad"
Why \will he persistently keep
those "lovely brown eyes" in oh
scuiity I "Soniebod3" sings that
sweet old song, "Those Dark
Eyes." Now, I have always
thought that it was women ,who
Mrs. C. M. Wells and children,
Mrs. I). II. Blackman and chii
(dren and Miss Agues Blackman t
lare regular attendanlts at tlhe Eplis
copal Sunlllldy School i nUCl:eney
Mr. M. Dyer,. of Lloyd, is visit
iug friends (Y) at Ghleinora.
Ml r. Pringl-'s fauily have been
qulite sick lately with the epidemic
of colds. t'hey are much better at
Mr. R. L. Walker is visiting rel
atives in Chene ville. \We regret
to say thait Capt. Marshall, of tUte
neyville, is very, very ill and trust
that lie will souul inullll'v*.
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KNIGHITS (Ii UoNou.-Alexand
ri;t Lodge, No 3410, Knights of
honor, convened in regular sesio)l
l.:st \\ednecsday night. Mr. It. It
Webster was initiated ilito tlihe
m3ysteries of tl:e order. A coniinu
nication froum (rand I)ictator L.
E. Brnitley was read, aidvising tlh
Lodge that he would be in Alex
iamriaJ. on July 24th and deliver
t public addlress in the interest of
illt organlization. It was decided
to ho1hl the meeting at the Court
House, whlere the general pubhlic
is cordtially iu\vited to attend and
listeni to the address of Mr. Bent
ley, who is an argumenttiive, e1
tiective alld eloqeltt speaker. The
following coltunittees werere up
Arranigement-Dr. J. A. Johnu
ston and Harry Haas.
I~ leception-Messrs. M. Bloom,
C. E. Kiiuber and I). I. Adamis.
Ushers-Messrs. R1. R. Webster
1and A. i1. Jarreau.
REAL EStATE TUANSFERS.
The following traiufers of real es
tate have been registered in the
Recorder's oflice during the past
Mrs. Mary C. Ball to Mathew
lRyder, 516 acres of land in 8. 32.
T. 5 N. R. 3 E. Price, $775.47.
John Newton to A. J. Roque
more, lot 8, square 7, in West
Alexandria Addition. Price $115.
Jean Milhas to Mrs. Katie Ball,
t 516 acres of laud on the north side
of Red River, bounded by Mike
Ryder. Price, $516.
1 D. H. Mays to Wm Farrelli 40
alud 69-100 acres of land in 8. 27,
T. 5 N. R. 4 W. also 160 acres of
land acquired by John Earheart
from the State. Price, $350.
Chas. E. Roberts, J. G. White,
SIt. W. Briughnrst and Gee. A
a Itobeits, to Arthur E. Adams,
brick Manufacturer,-four acres of
Slaud on the Bayou Robert road,
near Alexandria. Price, $800.
John B McRight to Dr. J. T.
Phillips, 33 acres of land, being a
I I):rt of the 8. W. 4 of the S. W.
¼ of Sec. 20, and N. W. ¼ of N. W.
4 Sec. 29 T. 1. N. R. 2 W.
"DAUGUTERs OP NAOMI."-The
"D)aughters of N~aomi"--a society
of the 'resbyterianu church-met
- last Thursday night at the resi
wdeuce of Mr. Win. lill. It is
n needtless to say, that they were
i- hospitably entertained by Mrs.
t lill and her accoplished daughter,
. Miss Lottie. Delicious refresh
Sments were served and an eljoy
Sable evening is the unauimous ver
s dict of all present.
Y" Y. M. H1. 6.-The Young Men's
a Hebrew Club held an election for
ttieers Sunday, resulting as fol.
lows: President, Siduey Schma.
Slinuki, Vice President, S. J. Bymes,
S~Secretary, Aaron Jacobs, Treas
urer Mars Rleymnan.
LliS OF UNCALLIED FOR LET
Remnining in the Alexanlria l.a.. Post
Oftice for the wee'-k ewnllhg ,July h, i
1835. If tly are unot ellnl 1 10r wit i
tiu rtven d;alys I'l, dIate, they will, be
cnt to the Dead Letter Otlice. When
ialling eIr any of these letters, Iplcase
C V t Ahhrson, Mis 1:Mary Allain,
illa lPrown, Pa': 15 l,ia tain,
Il a lc ialtwin, B:iirney Brody,
Mrs NP t) Bluck, SD PI)allatitd,
.1 Cohlen, J S C(.indltl;
SC S t)olelann, Mrs John Cran
Miss M1artha Davis ,
Leo, 1)uote, 'bliss Mattic GlyIn,
Alice Jackson, liss Al ine Lelpni,
M~ad M:iry Luckett, Mrs D ID Lohdell,
f I MhCurt.y, Mirs Nancy Morgan
Miss Stelin \oeiin, Mrs L I1 PLarlsoH,
1ins .h:clty I'oleitc, A;ggie hoiiuson,
Sausl kobh3i, 'T'his Stiroy,
.1ohnlliin Sharpe, I}-lnlr3 A Souviln,
Eugenl ý hite, b ullltl Wools,
ldwald W\Veiver. Joe \isne,
L WV Williams.
\lAllRIAGE LICINSES -TTh fol
lowinlg larlriage .Jicenlses have
bijetl! issuI't byI) the Clerk of the
Court durinig the past week:
\Vhites-Chas. Daigre-auld Miss
Coloredl-W\ill IHarris and Win
LFCTUREi AT OPIIRA Ut)USE.
1)on't forget the Lecture at the
Opiera house next Friiday night,
thfr the benefit of Jeff Davis Cunmp
No. 6 United Confederate Veter
-Deputy Sherilf R. L. 1)nnham
left last Friday for Jackson, hia,
having in custody Lizzie Roberts,
a white woman, recently interdic
ted, whom he committed to the In
- Often been tried and it never
has been denied, that Dr. Sylves
ter't Specific tf'r Bots, Colic and
Tynipanites in horses, mules and
cows, is a certain, sure cure. For
sale at Eagle Drug Store, J. Geiger.
To Mrs. J. T. Charnley, of Alexan
dria, on Wednesday, July 10th,
1895, a son.
-To Mrs. L. Dyer, of Bayou
Roeuf, Saturday, July 13th, 1895,
twins, both boys.
-To Mrs. Win. Irving, of Alex
anildria, Suday morning, J uy 14th,
1893, a son.
DATGRE- DAIGRE-Mr. Charles
A. D,!igre, of Alexandria, and Miss
Lalla II. Daigre, of Pineville, were
united in marriage by Rev. Her
'lan C. Duniitn, at St. James
Episcopal Church, in Alexandria,
V lWdnesday evening, July 10th,
N1EC OLOG IAL.
RRASIIEAR. - Mrs. Henrietta
Brashear, wife of Allen M. Bra
shear, died at the family residence
in AMexandria, Thursday morning,
July 11th, 1803. The deceased
was about 40 years of age and
leaves a husbiind and six children
to mourn her demise. Her re
mains were interred in the family
burial ground the next day.
State of Louisiana-Parish of 1Rapides
I. L. DAIGRE -
PAUL A. RUSSELL Ward.
J. C. GouitImN, AGENT. I
BY VIRTUE OF AND TO SATISFY A
writ of fieri facias issued by W. W.
Whittinutoil, Justice of the Peace, Alex
andria nard, Rapides Parish, La., in the
above entitled suit, and to me directed,
commanding and authorizing me to spe
cially seize and sell the hereinaftqr des
cribed property to satisfy said writ, I
will, at 12 o'clock m., on
SATURDAY, the 27th day of JULY, A. D.
at the store house recently occupied by
the defendant as a barber shop, on.Sec
ond street. in the Town of Alexandria,
La., offer for sale at public auction, to
the last and highest bidder, the following
movable property, to-wit:
8 mugs shaving cream,
12 shaving brushes,
7 sticks cosmetic,
2 barbers' dusting brushes,
2½ bottles lilac toilet water,*
11 bottles dandruff cure,
7 sticks shaving soap,
2 bottles Quinine Tonic,
1 comb and brush,
3 razor strops,
1 box wax tapers,
3 vials medicine,
2 dressing stands,
2 clothes brooms,
5 barber chairs,
1 barber washstand,
20 shaving mugs and brushes;
1 table desk,
5 common chairs,
43 wash towels:
3 hat racks;
1 arm chair,
4 window shadcs,
2 bath tubs,
1 barber pole,
5 powder boxes,
I barber's dressing dase,
Floor oil cloth.
Terms of Sale-Cash, suhjeit to ap
praisement. M. W. BAILLIO,
Constable Alexandria' Ward; RLapides
Jnly 10th, tds.
A VERY DESIRABLE PLANTATION
of 460 acres, three miles west of
Alexandria, on Bayou Rapides, above
overflow and not in Levee District. For
terms, apply to R. G. MADDOX,
July 17-3m. Alexandria, La.
AL MITYT DOLLARR,
The Mauy Ih&:ve T4o l Few aind the Few Gt)oo
.. I n prices will not do inl thste bard tiuiei, iihedi
even the wealthy cannot ;aitord to waste their
I(nlecy and the poor require douible duty of eve
ry dollar tld every 'peiny.
!0x4 Sheeting, very fine .................... ........15 ceiift rp r .y:rd
Guyot's SItsiler'lIeIs................... .......... 48 '" per I1
I)oub .le-width Veiling ............. ... ........... 5 " per y ,rd
50-inch Turkey 'Red .Ilam; k .................. ...25 " "
tCulrtaini Seriu .......................... .......... "
Baby Caps.................................. 10 to 511 " each.
Lndies' \Vhite htwn \\aisNs........................43 " "
-inchl Plat' Va Lace .......................... l " per ya:r,
(enlt's EmbtI r, iderted Sliipp'lrs.. .....................60) ' per i r
Iaiinters' 'hille Overl11...........................3 "' "
Alumninum [felt Buckles, per set.................. 15 a e:ech.
Gent's Puttf osom Shirts... ..... .............75 an 83 " "
" Fiue U ssiltlere 1'aitis.......... ............ 50 letr pair.
Menu's Jeans Pants....................1(3cents' to 1 3- "
roselnthal Je;rrS .. .......... ..... ........:. 1 0 "
Bargains in Gents Custom-Ma(lOd Shoes.
Jmpes ........................... ..................25 clts each.
Socks ........................ ..... ......5 to 30 " per pair.
Lace Bed Sets ..............>..... ...'... . ...... 's5 ' each.
lxtra; Quality Ticluing ........... ............ . .. :12t - per yartt
GenL's Night Shirts ............................... 50 " each.
\lachiun Thread .................................... 3 " spool.
Basting Threadl .................................... . " "
Glassware, Crockery, Tinware.-Lace, EImi
lP As our prices change with every sale, it will be irm
possible to give quotatalions, but it will be our aitt to iiautii
figures that will compel you, in self-defence, to buy fron. us.
NEW YORI tAPkET .SORT
Cor. Third and Murray Sts.
F~. E. M-cDEiRlVOTT & CO.
New York Store
A FULL LINE OF
Gents' : Furnishing ': Goods;
LADIES' DRESS GOODS
always on hand and sold at the lowest
We refriain from advertising our prices: We' iespect
fully ask all to call and eauntne ontri tock aiid tee our
prices. If they are not satisftctory, we 6ear the ex.
peun.e. Onr!st+L+k comprises several lihues not etumerated-all coat.
plete andi first-class.
Seoond St., Opposit2 City Hall.
C. & D. SACKMAN,
Front St., opposite Ferry Latding
SDEALERS kN -
Dry Goods, Notions3
Ladies', Misses' and Childreids Shoes,
Just in receipt of a largo and unequaled stoclk
of DRY GOODS, etc., which will be sold at
prices to correspond with the prevailing "'Hard
Times." GIVE US A CALL bcfore purchasing else
where and be conviuce~d that we have tihe goods, cheaper
than any othller housei and
vMAR : Wh--AT - WE s.Y,
Clothing, FuP~nishing Goods
- AND -
FROM THE OLD RELIABLE
C; LAZARD COMPANY LIMITED,
The - Old.- Reliable - One-Price
Clothiers, Furihers and Ea tters
29, 31 and 33 Canal street, cor. North Peters,
New OBrleans, La,
RT W. BRINGHURST,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
- AND -
Choice City and Suburban Property
ON LIST FOR SALE.
of For particulars regarding property, call on or ad~
Sdress R·. W. BRINHURST,
a. Alexandriar L*Z#