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that hér life-work was bound up in
that gblden book, and its results
would be known—and assured her
what was her duty—now she saw
plainly enough what she had not
Been before, that while it was right
to cultivate^ as far as the could, her
own mind and heart., it was equally
right and equally important for lier
to perform'faithfully all those little
household duties and cares, ou which
the comfort and virtue of her family
depended.
They had acquired a new dignity
from the records of that golden pen—
nnd they cuuldj not be neglected
without danger.
Sad thoughts nn;l misgivings, and
un gratified longings seemed to have
taken their flight with the Old Year,
and it was with a new resolution and
a cheerful hope, and a happy heart,
that she welcomed the New Year.
A woman in New Londo\i, Ct., saw
lier husband carrying a lady's s-alchel,
and she tore tlio lady's dress oil'
lier before discovering that it was lier
mother who had dropped down on the
evening train to surprise her. Every
husband ki the land who is out eve
nings, should read this itern to his wile,
and hold np the dangers of her becom
ing suspicions without the best of
«
©
£7
a
r.
REt
Grateful Thousands proclaim
vinegak B itters the most wonder
ful Invigorant that over sustained
the sifiking system.
No Person can take these fit
ters according to directions, and re
main long unwell, provided their
bones «ire not destroyed by mineral
poison or other means, and vital or
gans wasted beyond repair.
Bilious, Remittent, and In
termittent Fevers, which are so
prevalent in the valleys of our great
fivers throughout the United States,
especially those of the Mississippi,
Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee,
Cumberland, Arkansas, lied, Colo
rado, Brazos, ltio Grande, Pearl,.
Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Ko
anoke, James, and many others,
with their vast tributaries, through
out our entire country during the
Summer and Autumn, and remarka
bly so during seasons of unusual
lieat and dryness, are invariably ac
companied by extensive derange
ments of the stomach and liver, and
other abdominal viscera. In their
treatment, a purgative, exerting a
powerful influence upon these vari
ous organs, is essentially necessary.
There is no cathartic lor the purpose
equal to D r . J. W alker's vixegab
kittkrs , as they will speedily remove
the dark -colored viscid matter with which
the bowels are loaded, at the same tiiua
stimulating the secretions of U13 liver,
nnd generally restoring the healthy func
tions of the digestive organs. .
Fortify the body agaiitst dis
ease by purifying all its fluids with
V inkgar H itters. xo epidemic can
take hold of <1 system thus fore armed.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Head
ache, i'ain in the Shoulders, Coughs,
Tightness of the Chest, Dizziness, Hour
Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Taste
in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpita
tion of the Heart,_ Inflammation of the
Lungs, Pain in the region of the Kidneys,
and a hundred other painful symptoms,
are the offsprings of Dyspepsia. One bot
tle will prove a better guarantee of its
merits than a lengthy advertisement.
Scrofula, or King's Evil, whito
Swellings, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled
Neck, Goitre, Scrofulous Inflammations,
IndoCcjit Inflammations. Mercurial affec
tions, Old Sores, Eruptions of the Skin,
Sore Eyes, etc. In these, as in all other
constitutional Diseases, W alker's vis
ites a 11 H itters have shown their great cur
ative powers in the most obstinate and
intractable cases.
For Inflammatory and Chronic
Rheumatism, Gout, Bilious, Remit
tent and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases
of the Mood. Liver, Iiidneysaud Bladder,
these Bitters have no equal. Such Dis
eases are caused by Vitiated Blood.
Mcchauical Diseases.—Persons
engaged in Paints and Minerals, such as
Plumbers, Type-setters. Gold beaters and
Miners, as they advance in life, are sub
ject to paralysis of the Bowels. To guard
against this, take a dose of W alker's
yj'skuak H itters occasionally.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions,
Tetter. Salt-Uheuni, Blotches,Spots, Pim
ples, Pustules. Boils, Carbuncles, King
worms. Scald-head, Sore lives, Erysipe
las, Itch, Scurfs, Discolorations of iho
Skjn, Humors and Diseases of the Skin of
whatever name or nature, are literally
dug up and carried out of the system in a
short time by the use of these Hitters.
Pin, Tape, und other Worms,
lurking in the system of so many thou
sands. are effectually destroyed and re
moved. No system of medicine, no ver
mifuges. no antheiminitics will free the
system from worms like these Bitters.
For FemaieComplaints, in young
or old. married or siugin, at the dawn of
womanhood, or the t urn of life, these Ton
ic Hitters display so decided an influence
that improvement is soon perceptible.
Cleanse the Vitiated ïîiood
whenever you find its impurities bursting
through the skin in Pimples. Eruptions,
or Sores; cleanse it when you find it ob
structed and sluggish in the veins; cleanse
it when it is foul; your feelings will tell
you when. Keep the blood pure, and tho
health of the system will follow.
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B P. ABAT,
COTTON FACTOR AND
General Commission Mer
chant,
X«. SOTaronili'li"} Strict, N. <>.
OAST! ADVANCKD ON Consignments.
ORDERS FILLED \\ i Til CAKE.
>tt3es ami Miiuiftanm isiade
pioiuipjly as usikyed.
'tir
WTXfJ HAD LONG EXPERIENCE
in the business, I solicit yonr pa
tronage, confident of affording satisfaction
to in v friends.
IÎ J-J FUR TJX CES :
L. F. GENERES, E sq ., ol firm of Abat
& Generös—President, Louisiana
Savb g's Institution.
COL. I). 15. PENN, of New Orleans.
TIIOS. M. SIMMONS, New Orleans.
I> J. JANUARY, & Co., St. Louis Mo.
Bi
L GElill,
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VA. 5, H
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: ? ' C. ; ' - w ci -
1 —>-.<v <1 */
— uealeit in —
ci* groceries, ;
I
,
A 15 A Y IIOiîSE, Ali! »L 1 I'll 1 i
hands high— six years old, and per- 1
GENERAL FA If IL
— ali. kinos of —
WESTERN PRODUCE,
WINES & LIQUORS,
tt a XT t 't i\ rit f 1 ori rp,-',t) * rnn.
SECOND ST., opposite Market lions: 1 ,
ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA,
Alexandria, La., April Ith. ls~l.
STÏÎ VYKI) «sä' !
ieetly gentle—shoes on three feet. A
iiibeial row aid w ill be paid, if returned
to me at Alexandria.
Jan. 1st 2-t. JAS. T. FLINT.
WÎÎÎÏU'«! I ^"ijsgieal ! I
U refer.
Apj.lv to 13.
Ii. WEi'.MS.
SI 1TATK >X As MAN ' G ER ON A
U'x (' »t t o n I'iantatii.n—under;,tund* i
liiti-f phintaiion Hooks. I have a dis-!
olioM to -et a Ion with a Freed num. 1
l.ti e I i .r 5 '■ >od hands 011 the place—
i
■ILZNÂX1ŒJA, LA. J
AY. F. IILAC'V MAN,
A T T e Et !■: Y A T !-■ 1W,
MIS CELL ANE O US.
Bacr & Mann.
A. IIcrnaD, Agent.
FORMERLY OF
A. Heyman, & Co.,
HE YM AST'S Old Stand,
Froist SSrcct,
A lex AND E I A, l O UISIA NA.
O
M AYE JUST OPENED WITH
a new and complete stock of
DEY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
HARDWARE,
and
CROCKERY
WARE.
We are constantly receiving n ew
G oods of all lands, and in a very
short time, will have a full, com
plete and varied stock, which we
will sell
CHEAP tor CASH.
BAER & MANN.
Exeliange E
JOSEPH FELLOWS, Proprietor,
ALEXANDRIA, LA.,
THE EXCHANGE HOTEL, is tho
largest and best kept Hotel in the
ytato, outside of New Orleans.
(!
LONG EXPERIENCE,
. G \
has onalded the Proprietor to bring to
the business, the knoweldge of how to
I be both "a clever man, and to know
how to keep a Hotel."
THE TABLE
is always supplied with the best that
the, Market of Alexandria, nnd private
garden eau afford. Polite and atteu
tive waiters.
Alexandria, April 4th lc74.
Restaurant,
m A M UE E. M U II 2£ A Y ,
Corner FEONT & JOHNSTON Sts.
Tho only RESTAURANT in TOWN
MEALS SERVED ALL HOURS
of the day and night. Hot Cotfee,
Rolls, Fresh Butter, Fish, Flesh
arid Fowls, always on hand.
The place to always get a good
nv.-nl, without having to wait.
SINGLE MEALS' FIFTY CTS,
Board by day or week.
Alexandria, April 4th 1874.
t. Eardtner,
IjOÜS &. Shoe xliiiliev,
LEVIN'S 3.10'vVj
fea alexandria, louisiana
KEEPS constantly on hand the
very best of all kinds of materials in
his line ; and can put yon up a
BOOT, SHOE or SLIPPER,
la nd everything else made by first,
class Shoe Makers, at the shortest
notice, and on reasonable terms.
April 4i h 1874
Great Attraction !
New Goods ;\t Panic Prices!
jfy,
»»VjC
I il B T3 ja x xj 5
'rout Strset, Oppcdt® Ferry L2i:55n?. i
NOW thk PLEASURE OF Is
; forming hi< nunuTouS friends and
I tlio publie generally, that lie J1 : is just, re
turned iVoni Neu" (irleans, with au entwe
lv new . \„rk of—
UK N'T LOI EN'S
URLvSS (JOODS.
HARK W A R E,
C'ROCKKRYW ARE.
NEW CALICOES,
15 h A N K E T S ,
SADDLERV and
H A Ii N E S S,
C otton iîi.kachkd
a N i > 1 N' i 'C 1. AC HE D.
A Ft i.i. L ink hk
FINE WARE.
A Surge Sterîi ctî ïîcady öliide
^ "3oîl»ôEiîg •
i ^ conijili'tn nssurt.iuent ot FAMILY fîEO
1 CER1F.S. nnd everything suited
to 1 Iiis trade, wh'ch lie oi
lers for salt; at prices
which defy coat
petition.
Ife has on hand (lie LARGEST and ONLY
^ 1 N T 0 W X
i ^ -- V -t.L-ii
ALL GOODS EXCHANGED FOR COTA
TON, or tho highest priée will I>L I
RAIL IN CASH. j
CunnSry Prînîsicf of all kinrisl
Bozisht for f!äf Highest
cas81 Prire.
VW Our Country friends will do well to |
irive as a call In-fore purchasing or selling j
their Coltun elsewhere.
i JOHN' WEIL.
J Nov. ->sth 187-1.
,
MISCELLANEOUS.
IV
R
Y
BOOT and SHOE MAKEIÎ,
Corner 4tK& BEATJEEGAED Sts.
Alexandria, Louisiana.
•r-v-
Having
OPEN E I>
SHOP again, I j^i
W O TT i, D R E- ' "
spectfully so
licit the ta
tkoxage ok my
friends and former customers. My Stock
of Leather is complete—anil desiring to
give entire satisfaction, I.will guarantee
as cheap work for CASH, and as satisfac
tory as any shop in town.
all work in my line execu
ted with;neatness and
dispatch.
XW Oiv9 me a call, and judgo for your
selves the execution of my work.
HENRY FORENAN.
Oct. JOth 1874.
Attention ! ! Attention ! ! !
Mrs. Sarah Mayer,
Would respectfully inform
her customers and the public
geuerally, that^ier husband,
M ayer,
has just returned from New Otlenn
with a large and well selected stock o
DRY GOODS, CLOT H I NO,
(J RO CKR1ES, SADDb IvliY,
harmvabk and
CROCK kry
WARE.
Tiie liigl'.est cash price paid for
C otton, W ool and H idss.
CÏ-' The largest and best stock of
flour that luis been brought to
Alexandria, this season.
— also —
a fine and complete assortment of the
best LADIES SHOES, all of which he
will sell Cheap f«>r CASH.
Sept. 12th, 1874. •
t II e
"'T p, I
IS COMING ! IS COMING ! !
"JUST ON TURPOSE TO SEE WHAT
*' a fine assortment of
dry hoods.
groceries.
hardware,
TOBACCO,
llA'i'S, SHOES,
NOTIONS, Ac., &c.,
tiikre is now offered for sale at the brick
store, of
v-mvi
mm
CORSES LES à FOURTH Cts.,
at thk oi.d stand of
1JF ^ fl T, ft « QU 51 M
lii)w 1 Ci iL.Uia i&mM w U »'J Ml
I 'til
'* 4! r. f'lja
vit
HIS STOCK embraces everything that
can he called for, is all nksv anil I'KliSll,
;ni(l will be sold on the most
reasonabe terms for cash /
n ^ffcotton, hidks &c., bought at the j
highes t m a rket rates, ami paid for in C ash. ;
i September, 19th îvn.
Confectioner
-a n d
, ti" - "WQ
I
j
|
j
UNDER TOWN HALL!
I
A LUXA XT) TITA, LA. j
tl
Oscar LHwsii
GOTT ON F A C T 0R
—AND—
Cciîamiswâoa IcrciianL
X«. C.ï CAROXDELET St ret-1.
new orleans.
Oct. 21th, 187-1.
!
!

MISCELLANEOUS.
W.HUSTMYItE,
Comer FEONT, & JACKSON St,
ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA.
—DEALER IN—
DEY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
HARDWARE,
TINWARE, &c.,
CP" CASH system .adhered to in
every instance.
Alexandria, April 4th 1874.
r<:
jj
NELS. TAYLOR,—Proprietor.
Corner 3d & DeSOTO Sts.,
alexandria, louisiana.
Carriages, Buggies and Horse»
to Let.
HORSES kept I5Y DAY, week OR MONTH.
Tho Stable is the largest and most com
fortable in the State.
Particular attention paid to TIorse3 'left on
keep, or fur salk.
TO J) ROVERS!
Splendid Mule Pens—Will
rent Stalls bj clay or
week for Horses..
Horses, Carriages, Buggies aad
Harness,
Always on hand and for SALE.
July 25th, 1374.
$500,090.
$500,000.
irnki iJùâ ÎS& I
Ta
!
:
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a v
Having a:»iple facilities
for sawing and delivering piae
lumber of a superior quality, at the
very shortest notice, is desirous of ex*
changing lumber for
Five S3ï::sî3î*e:ï
TBsm&*aïii3 jvoSSals*«!
Ile will deliver bills of lumber to
that aiiiouut tit the following rates :
In Alexandria, at S16 Of) per M feet.
In IMnevillc, at $14 00 per M feet.
Orders left with his Agent, JULIUS
LEVIN, or sent to his Mill seven miles
from Pineviile, will meet with prompt
attention. June 27th, t-f.
Day School for Boys !
A. G. THOMPSON, Esq.,
-OF— ®
BAYOU SABA, Louisiana,
"WILL OPEN A DAY SCHOOL, at
» » Alexandria, Louisiana, on
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30Mi !
All the branches of an English etln
cai .ion will be. thoroughly taught. Spe
cial attention will be paid to the cou
[duet in and out «»f School of the pu
pils, and strict discipline will enforced.
j
TL z—pc? efciiouli iî5e
Alexandria, La., Nov. 28lli 1874.
Lee Street near Baptist Church.
lias J«st Returned from N.O.
— GKNKIÎAI, DEALER is—
GROfETîTES,
ERY iioons,
kaüd wa1îe,
cutlery,
GENTLEMEN'S
CLOTHING,
boots.
SHOES
AND
HATS.
COIT X Til Y PRODUCE.
OLD IRON,
BRASS,
COPPER
And all kinds of
JUNKS
Bought for CASH, and sold Cheap,
—B Y
HEN'RY HEYMAN.
K. A. II UNTER,
\ 1 T O *' N !: Y A T E A W .
*
■ ALEXANDRIA_ LOUISIANA.
0 o
? misqumamomi h4T
F ergnsoH & 8chimck,
WATCHMAKERS yt 2ffi { JEWELERS
toBAÎÂBs'l^&î'Sti 1 /. 'HIT
1 .«.u«
WatcÂM, Çlocks, Jßif 4*9». apd'Siltur. War^j t
rtl»— ttÂftff
' i s«».;. ;.'i
'**'>*{& Vf?
'in rfjUi .' )
t!Ü Wi
!n« f J uutü
; ni flv/rl
yd
l o
twÊeSBSsfSBlSnfr
jfOmaw'i
tlihtHk'Uif
I;"iU -fr T»i; .rxHIi.UJ
For the Howe Setting
. !(*■ 1
FRONT STREET, Alexandria" Zouiltmé.
-if.h
h'<
a-iO
Wanted! Wanted t !
T. C. BAßROiK, 4 Br®«
A HE PREPARED Co saw fine lumber.
for the above amount of money, At '
their mill on the Hblhnvaj'n Prairie
Road, seven m ilea* from Pineviile.
CASH orders will. l»e promptly filled
and delivered at. the following.ratea:
In Pineviile at $1?.00'per' IL feet.'
In jjLlesandtia, at $J7.00 per M. feet. :
Good lumber, mid ^itire aa^iafnetioa
given. ' ' '.J ' '
itT" All orders fort ftnmbipr left '^gu '
with our Agents, FERGUSON '
& SCIl^ACK, will meet Mth
prompt atf^njtiök', '
Jnne20thp-m, ' " J
Citizen's Bask Failure.
FINANCIAL PANIC 1 .
!
i
{
WAS JUST in time to buy bis New
Choice and Elegant stock of good«
w h L'jli be lias just opened, and baa for
sale at bis Store, coiner
SECOND & MUEBAY STREET,
before this great Bank failed. Hte of
fers to the 'public the tnost complete
»nd genera) assortment of Good* now £
lor sale in this market.
PURCHASERS will do well to calt
on him before buying goods elsewhere.
VS" The niyhest market price paid il»
Cash for Cotton, Hidès , Beeswax
and all other Country produce. No
trouble to show,goods ! His motto is
"quick sales and small profits."
You can get anything in tho follow
lov.ing lilies, Cheap for Cash.
Gent's Furnishing Goods,
Boys Boots, Hats & Shoca,
Fine Ladies Dress Goods,
AXI) A ret.1, ASSORTMENT Of
Hardware, Best Chewing and Smok
ing Tobacco, and Cigars.
a new and complete stock of
PRINTS, DELAINS,
DOMESTICS
and HOSIERY.
Call on him and find out how Cheap
he sells for Cash.
Sept. 12th 1874.
11EMOVED!
J 0 N A S~W E IL,
LEVIN'S BRICK ROW I
FRONT STUEET, Alexandria, La.
MR. JONAS WEIL desires to inform
his numerous friends, and the pub
lic generally, that be has moved Iiis
Store to LEVINS BRICK HOW, on
Front Street, where he will always
keep on hand a large and well selected
stock of
Dry Goods,
Grocçrifs,
Clothing,
Hats, Boots
and Shoes,
Hardware,
Plantation
Supplies»,
&c., &o,
Country produce bonghtattlie high'
est CASH price.
—also—
HIDES,
BRASS,
COPPER,
IRON
.—and—
Everything in the Junk line.
May 2M; 1874.
~~K< )BT. pTÎÏ UNTER" '
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ALEXANDRIA, LA.

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