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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 8 December 1869

HOW BE CAME TO BE MARRIED. It may be funny, but Pre done it. Pre got a rib and a baby. Shadows departed: oyster stews, brandy cock tails, cigar boxes, boot-jacks, abscond ing shirt buttons, whist and demijohn. Shadows present: hoop-skirts, band boxes, ribbons, garters, long stockings, juvenile dresses, tin trumpets, little willow chairs, cradles, bibs, sugar teats, paregoric, hive syrup, rhubarb, senna, salts, squills and doctor's bills. I'11 just tell you how I got caught. I was always the darndest, most tea-cus tard bashful fellow you ever did see; it was kinder in my line to be taken with the shakes every time I saw a pretty gal approaching me, and I'd cross the street any time rather than face one; twasn't because I didn't like the critters, for if I was behind the fence looking through a knot hole I could not look long enough. Well, my sister Lib gave a party one night and I started away from home, because I was too bashful to face the music. I hung around whistling "Old Dan Tu...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 8 December 1869

'I' BE TRIE TO TIIEE, BY BROTHIIER MATTIE. O I'll be true to thee, my love, . hrver I sn&y-be, my love, On land, or't wnding sea, my love, - ' Will I.- true to thee. Wealth will not take away my love, Nor penury decay my love, And naught else lead astray my love, But faithful I will be. For I'll he true to thee, my love, Yes, I'll be true to to thee; O I'll be true to thee, my love, ''ho.Igh thou prove false to me. AS:fr streams may flow, or cease to flow, Fair flowers may grow, or cease to grog, Wild winds may blow, or cease to blow, Yet I'll be true to to hee. False frieinds miv cling, or die away, High hopes may sprinlg, or fly away, Ann you may sing, or sigh away, Arnd never think of me. Yet Ill be true to thee, my love, Yea, I'll be trne to thee; O I'll be true to thee, my love, As fountains to the sea. Waste waters wide may flow betwernc, And ebb and tide, you know, ibe seen, And tears, beside, of woe I wecn, lie shed by're and thee. Sweet songsters sing, or fail to sing,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 15 December 1869

.. : . . .? ý . ., . . .. . +.a . .. ,. . . . . . . . . . " vft " .. .1 .t -· .i~. I" I EjDWA2ED A.. flIOSS.A.'±'j T E3 WC zs,,I c.j- S ~ tEZ xO tiY As t` ;, VOLUME 25.1} ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, TEOEHMBER ;: 1869, , TE B`M-S: THE DEMOCRAT" iepublishedWeek ly, at vrIVE DOLLARS per aunnutm, THIREE for six months, payable in advance No Sabscription taken for a less period than Six Months. ADVERTISBMENT3 inserted at the rate of $1 50 PER SQUARE for the first Insortion and 75 CENTs for each subse quent one. Eight lines or less, consti tute a square. The following are our rates to yearfy Advertisers: One Column.................... $300 00 Half Column.................. 175 00 Third of Column............... 130 00 Fourth of Column.............. 100 00 Cards, (occupying space of eight line, orless,).................. 20 00 Obituary Notices, Marriages, Public Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. g; Personal cards, when admissible bharred double the usual adve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 15 December 1869

5 -~SATJ...EDITOR - ALEXANDRIA, LA. I~~ifESl* .:. 1IC. 15, 1869 'c·"8lrcrNci - MOTIE p 1QM the 8th' of December until L Christmas, sealed proposals to re pair the Church of St. Francsle Xavier; Alexandria, and the dwelling house of 46pat i t Prijst will b rpeciv'edby Rev. J. B. venard and a committee appoipSe&9ot be purpose. *.A descrip tion 44ftI~G Wk to be done4 is posted on the door of the Church. The mate rial and the workmanship will be sub ject to the examination and approval I)le zoredntIpaqjd commnittee. J. B. AVENARD, Dec. Pastor. .- SUCCES THE. ,BEST TEST O0 MERIT.-This is the Imotto, of Mr. HS MeTty, No. 7 Carmp street, '1ew Oriians, geint for the just ly cerebrated singer Sewing Ma hisesl~erhia roaier lienmasand 1' `ils, marks andy enbroiders, does AQares. ne work, and all in i .;tyle, tht surpassee even hand sewing. Iit lifs all the 'Wer ;Im provements that hiave been sug ý tiestfiori time to thie P expe r rience, and has row reached, wh;tt Pi S ie4'ed to' beThe've ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 15 December 1869

POLICE JURY 1 R00EUEDINQS. ALE~a5DitiI, LA.; December 6, 1869 5 -The Jthry nifE u nrsetift to a ca by the President, and there being n quorum present, the Jury adjourne until to-moi'rt* at 9 o'clock A. M. Attest: W. W. WHinirrnrovot, Jr., Clerk. DECZUBE , 7186). . The Jury met according to ad Jonrimeht. Preseiit: C. .W Boyce, President; C .M. Calvit, Jos. FelloUws, Thomas: J. Gill, L. C. Sweat, J. W. Martin, Jesse. Clifton. The minutes were read- aid approved. On motionri of 'r. Martin, Resolved, That, the road from Dr. P. Clark's, on-Bayou Rapides, to in teraeot the Spring Creek road at gr near Gravelly Hill be cut out bythel'ic hands living near said road be placed upon it, and Thomas Kergan be ap pointed syndic on the same. The report of the committee be fore appointed to report the probable cost of rebuilding the Court Honso having been presented and read, on motion of C. U. Calvit.said report is .adopted and ordered to be spread upon the minutes of the Jury. REPORT. To thW Poli...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 15 December 1869

Hydrophobia. MHOCKING C sex IN LEINGOTON. [Prom the Lexington Observer.] Our city Thor-day, was the scene ofbne of those heart-rending occurrences-a death by hydrophobia. The victim of the fearful malady was a young man by the namhe of John Alexander, son of Mr. J. W. Alexander, who formerly kept a confec tionary on Limestone street, between Main and Short. 'The particulars of the sad case are most distressing. The young man had been bitten by a rabid dog as long ago as the night of the 20th of last August. While walkingalong Third street a dog run out of an alley, and without even a premonitory bark, silently lbut fiercely seized him by the calf of the leg, biting clear throughi the boot. Mr. Alexander succeeded in kicking him off, but he came at him again and bit his hand. the teeth meeting through it. He did not not know at the time that the dog was mad: He sought professional advice, but was assured by the physician that he was in no danger. The scratches and wounds healed quick...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 22 December 1869

" I' --1 : it. , _ _ _ - - - _ r" f (tt gWA.RD A.. BIOSSATJ TE~ wo1Va~ Os rLro ýýTbO7' MCy~ `G' - ~ ~I;' ".,, - -____________________________ _ ._____ __. , yr !i . .I":, t!'' 1,: 'i !J;ff :r~. ;,.' ~.;f.; 2:l V OLUM 25ý. ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEýNETDY DE r1 ' .°19: . , 89. , :' `"rU,;.:: , 7A ;i5', T;?fl:3 D3 `I aAT' iqp -i,-htl WCee I>-, at FIVEC ()L2LAIR p :t1i1oloi, for s ix moths, p~a%'uLI)J in aiIVaIII1 No .i PAi ºL)tiIOI talkrs f(or a Iess pueriold than, Six Muitltqs. A)71. ' 'LI3flS!ZTiTT3 iisrti4 :It the ttt:ýut ote. l:ig4'.t'i A"1LA or ]ess, emvlEt - tate It srq~t~i1(. Tiuto ful loig ar t;; rates toº, .:e:L A 'trl kr:is $0;s 1 Oine Colain:'........ ............. $30u: ar Ifailf Columoii .. .. ... .. .. 1 : 3(t' Third ot Colo:"," 1--0-- ----------- (:(= Fouzrtht of C tI IInut .. ... . ]t:U (0 (:uitI:t. (uuvulluvi~ Spa r.SiC of eight linius, (Ait~ss!....- --t---,- ¶0 CO Oluitearti Notic es, Iages. Ptit1iu )Ivet i ,ou,' (!:ol.aui of Thuauiuks, etc., to Is E tt2It '11 (,ol ctard...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 22 December 1869

E. R. BIOSSAT, ........EDITOR ALEXANDRIA, LA. WEBDNQDAT,...... DEC. 22, 1869 NOTICE. th ce TUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE di at Biossat's Warehouse--CII OICE th WHITE CORN. -acket Departures. p1 The F1liO, Capt. John Hienn, leaves Alexandria for New Orleans to-day at 12 M. The Celeste, J. F. Muse, Master, goes down on Saturday at 5 P. M. g Alexandria has Circus on the el brain! Another fine and famed one on al hand ! No less than Dan Rice, the tl great Clown, Wit and Humorist is with ti us He gives the public three per formances; to-night at 7 o'clock, and C to-morrow at 2 and 7 P. M. Remem ber, we say again, it is Christmas; s1 keep your eye on the Circus, and go l! and see Dan Rice! o e Kentucky Senator. r Hon. John W. Stevenson, the present a Governor of Kentucky, was elected v last week to the Senate of the United I States in place 0eHon. Thomas C. Mc- ii Creery, whose term will expire on the 1 4th of March, 1871. Governor Steven- b son is a pative of Virginia and is a son b of Hon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 22 December 1869

But if you ohia'e t& fall behind, Nl BETTER LATE THLA NEVER. ifst kis like a ce where trthsome snccee in mind, While others latre begithan never.ing 'Tis luck iii smoie, in others speed, That gives all early winning; But if you chance to fall behind, 5 Nc'er slacken your endeavor; w Jost keep this wholesome truth in mind,, i~ 'Tis better late than never. ha And If yen keep ahead, 'tis well, 1 But Iever trip your neighbor; 'Tis noble when you can excel By honest, patient labor; il; But if you are outstripped at last, tl Press on as bold as ever ; Romember, tlhongh yon are surpassed, 1 'Tis better late tlan never. ti Ne'er labor for an idle boast. F Or victory o'er another; tI But while you strive your uttermost, SDeal fairly with a brother; Whate'er your station. do your best, ti And hold your purpose ever; tl And if you fail to do the rest, si 'Tis better late than never. CI Chooso well the path in which yon run, , Succeed by noble daring; Then, though the last. whll once 'tis w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 22 December 1869

Tragaedy in Ohio. A MAN KILLED BY HIm BROTHER IN A FAMf ILY QUAHRIEL. [From the Columbus (Ohio) Journal.] B. F. Thompson, a young man about 25 years of age, was arrested on Saturday, charged with the mur der of his brother Jno. L. Thompson, a man about 40 years of age, who lived on the west side of the river, about two miles from the city. The youngcr brother, Frank, boarded with the elder, living as one of the family. On Friday tha two brothers quit work in the afternoon on ac count of the bad weather, and, in the language of the accused murderer, were lounging about home the great er part of the afternoon. When the children came from school, in the evening, Mr. John Thompson direct ed his son, a boy 12 or 14 years of age, to feed and water the horses. The boy objected to doing this, saying that lie was afraid of a mare in the stable noted for her kicking and vicious qualities. The father in sisted, and the boy steadily refused, and in such a way as to anger his father; who proceed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 29 December 1869

.tr:A'f mA d;e __ _ _ -. ' . EDw-A2RJD A. BIS.&IJ . Es woRf I JOW R12ED O McCp OU 2EAE. VOLUME~r 25 LXNRA A, ENSADC·BR 9'16.~M~Q -1e e rn0-VL TE IZT SS THE DEMOCRAT" iaspublished Week ly, at i1V1 DOLLARS per ftflnnuill, TIIInIE for six nimntlls, payable in advance No dnuebriptionl taken for a less period than Sie Mobthgs: ADT lI3SE UNTS-inirted at the rAte of $1 5ý PMR SQUARE for the lirst iniortio: and? o1 CENTS for each jiibsc q.a:lt on0. Eight lines or less, consti t.ate a square. The following are onr rates' to yearly Advertisers: On Colulmn...........-- -....... $300 00 half Column..................----- ------.75 00CO Third of Column............. .1:--- 0---- ( Fourth of Colntll .............. 100 00 Cards, (occnpyi'ng space of eight 20 00 lines,or less,)..................2 O')itlary Notices, Marri:ages Public Meettings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisenicu ts. jJ*jrannial cards, when admissible 1,trro I d.,a',mlo tho ns11L advortisoments. NEW ORLEANS CAR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 29 December 1869

E. R. BIOSSAT,....... .EDITOR ALEXANDRIA, LA.* WEDNESDAY ......)EC. 29, 1869 TIESPIANS! P ft R BENEFIT OF JOHNNY ALLEN. s, It POSITIVELY HIS LAST AP- a PEARANCE!! ie C Wednesday, Janaary 5th, 1870. g e SINGING I DANCING! TABLEAUX!! to e THE THESPIANS WILL GIVE A e performance, for the BENEFIT of ii Mr. J. H. ALLEN, at the Ice Horse S Hall, on WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5th, 1870, when will be presented for the first timein Alexandria, twolaugh- t able Farces, entitled:r The Trumpeter's Daughter I -and The Dead Shat!!, I We have to announce a full re petition and continnation of the pre vious week's horrid weather. We have no roads left to come to Town-all is mad, holes, slush and lakes. We hardly believe any one has bestowed a0 Christmas blessing on the road syn dies. We think thatour Town fathers t as a New Year's gift to the second a Ward, ought to fix t9 marid hole op- I posite the Steamboat landing. It is 1 almost impossible for a man to pass , it without getting his feet wet, and for r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 29 December 1869

DON'T DRINK TO-NIGHT. I left my mother in the door, My sister by her side; Their clasped hand, s and loving looks, Forbade their doubts to hide. I left and met with comrades gay, When tihe moon brought out her light, And my loving mnother whispered me, "Don't drink, my boy, to-night." Long years have rolled away since then; My jetty curls are gray; But, oh! those words are with me, And will not pass away. I see my nmontlher's loving faee, With goodness, radiant, bright, And hear her words ring in mine ears, *Don't drink, my boy, to-night." My mother is now resting sweet In the graveyard on the hilll, And mother's words comeback to me, And haunt my memnory still. I've often, often passed the cup; Oh! then my heart was right. Because Iheard the warning words, "Don't drink, my boy, to-night." I've passed down the road of life, And soorn mny race is run, A mother's wafrning listened to, An imrmnortal crown is won. Oh, mothers, with your bIlessed smile, Look on your boy to-night, And say...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 29 December 1869

BETTER LATE THAN NEVER. Life in like a race where some -sucdged, While others are beginning; 'Ti* Iuck in some, in otthers speed, That gives an early: Witining; lint if yon chiance to fall behind, Ne'ttr elackeu ygar endeavor; Just keep this wholesutne truth in mind, 'Tis better latethan unever. And if you keep ahead, 'tis well, But sever trip your neighbor; 'Tis noble when you can creel 'By honest, patient labor; Bat if you are outstrippedl at last, Press on asi bold as ever; Remember, though you are surpassed, 'Tis better late than never. Ne'ei labor for an Idle boast. Or victory o'er another.;" But while yon strive your uttermost, Deal fairly with a brother; Whate'er your station, do your best, And hold your purpose ever; And if you fail to tdo the rest, 'Tie better late than never.. dboose well the path in wbich you run, Succeed by noble dating; Then, though theulast, when oncoe 'tis won, Your crown is worth' the wearing; Then neverfret if left behind, Norslncken your endeavor; ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 5 January 1870

I, . , rla tIL.·i1.'I .º1U0A l;YV4 rI ALI"lA1º1r?' 1 I1"Sriogenfiv t0 ,sILIIIona tmou n nlG n.9fOYU1Wf r C>!; tficf at aU s- Io' i otnsnai i d It~r t~d as noif r) UfAW bLO i81aoJ . uoOr ezIio aoittb I- '10 fIG o l dilE i 11 dI I P 1 71 1"7 wi -~~r 1! ___________________ , ..<:'l,"?1 1U 1'( ,, 71~rý :J LOtxii"Sqa1 A11 II BAI*iýi 19d Sit NIai~ij rI i i i o! " H91 !J 4 id l W. i i [(I')([ 9dt 10 uild) TIT ý,.Fl R, sIT huhlr ,7hi Sit la "' ' ' Y rY T i~1~ *ý "Zola _____________1i___ It_ ..a t~.'I ,;) nil nI 1(I 1119191 ~ ,~n ui xf~, i&nýi1tA outl u1 bJI fait oil ____ if 14 - jf fa 17: n'rtt -tnit .d:l 1MrP~.~lc in R~ 3.13 I U~~ca rt1 ar-Ror,~ I.. II I·oa~ t~ R~Jn io ho l l il mon,~tIu iU ) f ou n·ill8.£·IHjIj u Ic~ iih ejin.ssd d~idn11t~fhiO1n ·.·~TE~R' ' dI I s! r ?·.rq :N 4' -If" i,, nit; A9' vvi 7497 "a4L~t +r`` _· _.iIL liL u ý 'II - - V _; . . IT aill~iIt-Bhm : °lO i sr~rn e tci Ljrsj OtCrICBs : i .r c,9 4RjT W I r ,9'dý". u ,.i ý T 7,T ,ýI4a4Liror ý 1`ý F) Lr ýýý I. ` ·r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 5 January 1870

genistiau lnnutrat. E. U. BIOSSAT,..... EDITOR ALEXANDRIA, LA." WEDNESDAY.........A. 5, 1870 Pusla's Addition to the Tow. of PIneville. In a short time there will be adver tised for sale eighty acres of land in and around the town of Pineville be longing to the Succession of Frangois Poussin. The land is now being sur veyed into lots of different sizes, so thatpurchasers can be accommodated with lots of whatever dimensions they may desire. Many of ;them will be small, so as to fallwithin the means of colored men and other small proprie tors. Near the lake is a quality of ground pronounced by competent judges to be the bestfor making bricks in this section of country. The land will be advertised for thirty days, ac cording to law, in the Democrat and the Gasette, and will be sold at auc tion. W We are very much pleased to have the pleasant duty of calling the attention of our readers and particu larly of the Mechanics, that there is to be a new Court House built. We wish some of our ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 5 January 1870

GABBIE'8 'ADDRBSS TO TIEI 0 PAYR*S OFt TE3tEJ L~OUr!tANtA t IMOChRAT,. JANlIARY 1, 1870. The bells have tolled a requiem for the-year Gone by with many sighs, and sobs, and tears; Sighs for lost hopes-sobs for the "vacant chair;" Tears for the dear ones gone to Heaven's protecting care. We mourn the past, as though we ne'er could reach The glorious lessons that its counsels teach: Lessons of patience, hope and earnest wli To combat life's resolves-its duties to fulfill. II. Yet we must keep in view, with steady eye, The many blessings of the year gone by; And while we ponder on relations riven, Give our attention to the good things given. 3) For in our land, still great in spite of foes, And just recovering from internal throes, We've made improvements, and we take the van In all that constitutes the good of man. ) III. •(4 We've spanned the continent with iron bands, Pacific to Atlantic neighbor stands, C And without negro slaves or Chinese hands Own glorious crops and rich, luxuri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 5 January 1870

\V NK JQ- 1GUT. V 46nlt" D :: T I ^ n to l 't r ;iti .i ,'oor, *.qAv ~Ilter.ttr tier aidl, --_ý" T! it e L'lcsl+Qd Julrltk` and YPClni looks,1 I 1'ft "adi Tar~t With em,, rii'es ,' iyi Wheni tha It n ii~ironlrht3 Out *lr r alight. A -I ti t' liing~ miother wliilwred ile, I vvr'v rs iave tollo-i way' sInCe t~iCI 'ii ietty cnV ai~ re stay IaIn". oh' )iBios worIs n i witih me, -And wvitl not pI"m .ivi Lune yn) utnuIet* he r ~iv'.n fa"e, StViti ".yd:ml s;' r ullI ut, Ibrii;t; ii ml hitar 'l '' '·r tl i tn in irnilneliiltr+, "Don't drink, my hog, to~-night." 'Iy tnntciii i; now restitng sweet: ;;R~nloi ( rs C tooIirdie r!;i e L~t knitul:C I'c, -,f ri1, ofti,1i jciioeil the (i11p crown iU s w on A-nd tnt. .I (cr d thewa rncng itrit `Io utdlriuk, int\' boy, to-u)lght." 1';ncsi windwý, ill t. ivtl.i aanu ig wbcI.` And -boy i i ti li rierptis )nilts A) ttir ~ iii gs itieiitiifl t e , t' X-tlp*t1 llttllml crown~t isw. , Oil, m*ittel,, ",, thet yiriiing:a copn,, .. Mid 1 104i \ i!-i'v·1iry at ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 12 January 1870

- !" -" lt • . VOLUME 25. } ALEXANDRIA, LA. WEDNESDAY JANUARY K12, 1870. _-'" "  V O LU M E ........ ... i " ., ..,, ii "·· •  ? !.--~ ?MB D$MOCRAT" ispublished Week ',t VI'V o t'tAIRS per annum, TIIItEE # 4~miz unthis, payhble in advance No St ription taken for a less period than ,81 Mbonthb ADVaB3T13 ZMgIfT3 inserted. at the rate of $t 50 PaR SquAiE for the first ineertion and 75 C-NTS for each subse qtent one; , ight lines or less, conati tate .a square. The following are our sa4s to yearly Advertisers: *0a Column..................... $300 00 .1If Column..................... 176 CO hiLof Column................ 330 00 o ptaof Columnu................. 100 00 ars, (ccupying space of eight lines, or less,)...........------ ...... 20 00 Qbiguary: Notices, Marriages, Public Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to. be pai a as advertissaents. ' Pýirstidn l ebrde, when admisseeible b sitauble thunsnal advertisements. aW OEIOs. & CAR O., S9Laad 09 Cah p st. aid 565 I g - ilac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 12 January 1870

E. R. BIOSSAT, .... EDITOR ALEXANDRIA, LA." W1kDNESDlA,....... JAN. 12, 1870 THE FOREIGN REVIEWS. We call special attention to the ad vertisement of the Leonard Scott Pub Itshing Company, and their announce ment for 1870, to be found in another tolamn. It will be seen that the For eign Reviews are to be offered to the American Reading Public on the same liberal terms which have enabled men of moderate means to subscribe for all dve of them for so many years past. We are glad to know that this enter prising company extends daily the cir culation of their American reprint. No man who pretends to keep pace with the transactions of the book world can afford to do without them. To all suceh, particularly business men who have little leisure, the "Contemporary IAterature" article in the Westminster, and the same article in the North British (a feature recently added to the latter Review) are fully worth the subscription price of all five of the Pe riodicals. The December number of Black w...

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