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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 19 October 1870

E. i.. BIOSSAT.... ...EI)TOU ALEXANDRIA, LA.. WEDESDAYT....... OCTOBER 19th 1870. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Congress, MICHAEL RYAN. Of Rapides. For Tr''nsnrer, JAMES D. BLAIR, Of Orleans. For Auditor, ALLEN JUMEL, Of Iberville. For the IHons of Rep resentatives. WM. A. SEAY, DAVID C. PAUL, GEORGE W. STAFFORD. For Parish Judge, JOHN KELSO. For Shcriff, CLINTON R. HAWORETH. For Coroner, GILES C. WOOD. Tlhe orthern Elections. We have not, at the time of going to press, such reliable returns of the elec tions in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indi ana, as to indicate the exact result.j The fight was on the Congressional ticket and in many of the districts the vote is so close as to require the otlicial count to determine the successful can didates. We are confident that the Democrats have elected a majority oe the members in those three States, in which the Radicals have now 39 and the Democrats 15 members. In Penn sylvania the Legislature is claimed by both parties. In Indiana the Demo crats have...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 19 October 1870

IRISH DEMOCRATIC CENTRAL reta COMMITTEE. ust him J. G. WHITE, poli r. L. Sanford, J. L. Walker, slee W. Prescott, J. C. Wise. rais WARD COMMITTEES. call Gel ALEXANDRIA. • wh r 3. I St. John, Mire Rosenthal o ogbg.n, Joseph Fellows reta alia Leie, B. C. Duke. iv( wel PINEVILLE. I. W. Johnston, R. A. Hunter, 3.Lab5t, W. B Harper, rem j. Morgan, Thas. Dozier. qi pol CHENEYVILLE. J. O. ickons, Branch Tanner p. F. gery, Ezra. Bennt'Lt .vid Staford. B. Marshall. te Dvd tan LECOMTE. tee K.M . Clark, Win. Randolph, Joseph CrTse, A. G. Tuck, A. J. Hanna. gut the LA31OURIE. pie N. C Weems, WV. Polk, C. L. Robinson, J. N. Rhorer. BAYOU RA~WIDES. ter: iJ. . drews, J. W. Texada, the Robt. L. Luckett, D. T. Haworth, W. W. Whittington, Jeff Gordon. as IIOLLOWAY'S PRAIRIE. set Michael Deville, C. O. Harris, L. D. Corley, Ass Bell, J. A. Newell, Jacob Paul. COTILE. ass Lewis Texada, Henry Boyce, of Thoe H. Bowles, Benj. Cooper, Newton Blanchard, Wm. James. IIINESTON. M. Paul, J. J. Swann, the Dr. Ho...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 19 October 1870

MISCELLANEOUS, r DR. SHALLENBERCER'S Fever and Agne A NT ID O T E Aleays Stops the Chills. This Medicine has been before the Publio fifteen years, and is still ahead of all other known remedies. It does not purge, does not sicken the stomach, is perfectly safe in any dose and under all circumstances, and is the only Medicine that will CURE IMMEDIATELY and permanently every form of Fever and Ague, because it is a perfect Antidote tos Malaria. Sold by all Dr2ggists.r W THY I. IT TIAT SO MANY children dioe nder the age of five years? That a large proportion of cliil dAren die under that age, has long been a snbjuct of remark, and without a satisfac tory cause ascertained, it is certain.. Also, it is known that worms exist in th,' human system from its earliest infancy; therefore parents, especially mothers, who are more constantly with their children, cannot be too observing of tihe first synmp to1n of tcorms; fJr so surely as they exist, can they be SAFELY AND CERTAINLY removed from t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 26 October 1870

)VWARD A. BIOSSAT) TIE - WORLS IS QOV~ IRNEDB TOO IMVo __..- _Bsi___ 3LUME 26.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1870. INUMBER 17. T E 1P X..: S : B DEMOCRAT" ispublished Week at FIVE DOLLARS per I1tnum, TITRE six montihs, payable in advance No bscriptiou taken for a less period than x Months. zaTISXBi+TNT3 inserted at the to of $1 53 PErR squ.nAR for the first sortionalld 75 CENTS for each subse sent oneo. Eight lines or less, cousti "t, squ.are. The following are our t v :1rly Advertisers: :Colunn ......-----........... $300 00 If Column.................... 175 G rd of Column................... 130 00 irth of Colnmn ............... 100 00 uds, (ocenpying space of eight nes,orless,).................. 20 00 bitnary Notices, Marriages, Public utings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be d for as advertisements. T Perso:l eards, when admissible ..llma:ih,le the uasuual advertisements. NEW ORLEANS CAD)S,. STABLISHED IN 1835 ad the fla. of his country ho nailed to the mast."--[Old Song...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 26 October 1870

E. RI. BIOSSAT, ....... EDITOR ALEXANDRIA, LA.: WEDNESDAY ....... 0CTOBBR 6tCTOR 70. DEMOCRATIC TICKET, For Congress, MICHAEL RYAN. Of Rapiides. For Treasurer, JAMES D. TBLAIII, Of Orleans. For Auditor, ALLEN JU MEL, Of Iberv illc. For thoe Iio;s of Reprcs-ntatives. W M. A. SEAY, DAVID C. PAUL, GEORGE W. STAFFORD. For Parish Jodge, JOHN KELSO. For Sheriff, CLINTON R. HAWORTH. For Coroner, GILES C. WOOD. Divine Service in St J sB ' Cnurch. OD WILLING TIlE NEW ST. G James' Church, will be opened for Divine Service, next Sunday (XXtl after Trinity.) SThe Services will begin at 11 o'clock A. M. The Sermon by the Rev. Dr. WV. T.-D. Dalzell, of Shreveport. Other Clergymen have promised to aid in the Services. The Holy Communion will be celebrated by the Rector. Parents desiring their children bap tized, will please bring them to the Church, at 10 A. M. The offerings of the day willbe dq vntod to the bniling fnud. ` A CARD. leant ATEXANDRIA, LA., Oct. 24th 1870. the Having been nominate...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 26 October 1870

UISII DEMIOCATIC CENTRAL COMMITTEE. J. G. WVrITE, L. Sanford, J. L. Walker, tV. Prescott, " J. C. Wise. WARD COMMITTEES. ALEXANDRIA. $B. St. John, Mire Rosenthal, hb B0ogan, Joseph Fellows, lins Levin, B. C. Duke. I'PINEVILLE. W. Johnston, R. A. ITunter, Labat, W. B Harper, L. 3lorgan, Thos. Dozier. CfnLENEVII.T.E. O0.Pickens, Branch Tanner, j. Keary, Ezra Bennett )avid Statflrd. G. B. Marshall. LECOMTE. M. Clark, W m. Randolph, meph Cruse, A. G. Tuck, A. J. Ilanna. LAMOURIE. C. C Weems, W. Polk, . L. Robinson, J. N. Rhorer. DATOU RAPIDES. .R. Andrews, J. W. Texada, iobt. L. Lnckett, D. T. lHaworth, . W. W hittington, Jeff Gordon. IIOLLOWAYIS PRAIRIE. tichael Deville, C. O. Harris, D. Corley, Asa Bell, . A. Newell, Jacob Paul. COTILE. ;ewis Texada, Henry Boyce, rhos IH. Bowles, Bleuj. Cooper, iewton Blauchard, Win. James. IIINESTQN. if. Paul, J. J. Swann, Dr. Hobby, S. D. Williams, . Ilougeat, Win. Holt. COMRADE. James Groves, James Iicks, Dr. Hamilton, L. C. Sweat, tlleii Lewis, Wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 26 October 1870

MISCELLAN LEOU , A Sor DR. SHALLENBERCER'S Fever and Ague ,A- N TIDOTE Alwaya Stops the Chills. This Medicine has been before the Public fifteen years, and is still ahead of all other known remedies. It does not purge, does not sicken the stomach, is perfectly safe in any dose and under all circumstances, and is the only Medicine that will CURE IMMEDIATELY and permanently every form of Fever and Ague, because it is a perfect Antilote t4 Mlalarsa. Sold by all Druggists.. W IY IS I' TilAf S'n MANY 1 children die under the are of five vrsr ? That a lare proportion of chil d;ren die under that ac', has long been a subj.ct ,,f remark, and without a satisfac tory cause ascrtaiined, it is cr'rtainl. Also, it is known that w.rms exist in the human system fr.nll its earliest infanr'y; therefore pa.'t,,rts, eepeCially mothers, w;ho are mO.rg c,)ns,1:itly with thir children, can:not be to, oIl'erVrii~ of the first sy,np ton0s of rnru's ; for so surely as they exist, can they he SAFELY AND CE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 2 November 1870

!11 EgDWARD A. BIOSSAT] TI.-wE Is OIn TOO GETV0NE OOUISMEUeH VOLUME 26.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1870. INUMBER 18. ST E~ R, :IMSl5: TE DEMOCRAT" ispullished Week ly, at FIVE DoLLAuIS pe ,nllll1um, TIIuIE: for 3six moths, payable in aOvanc No Subscriptiou taken for a less period thani Sir Months. ADVERTISEMENT3 inserted at the rate of $1 50 rr sQIArtEs foir tlhe first insertioil and 75 cEirs for ach sjubse qulent o01. Eight lines or less, consti tuto a square. The followin' are our rates to yearly Advcrtisers: Oue Colulmn..............- - ...... 0 on( Hlalf Columnl................... 175 (i Third of Colulu............... 1i0 (0 Fourth of Column........... . 100 cU Cardj, (occipyinlg space of eight liues, orless,)-...... ..... ...... ) 00 Oiituary Notices, Marriages, Public Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to bIo prid for as advertisements. ,,7'Perounal cards, when admissible hr~ed doQllble the usual advertisements. NEW ORLEANS CARDS. ] L TIL'TTSS-S!, s WITHIOUT SPRIN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 2 November 1870

E. r. BIOSSAT,........ EDITOR ALEXANDRIA, LA. \YEI)NESDI.Y .......NVEMBER d 1870, DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Congress, MICHAEL RYAN. Of Rapid.es. Fr'r rnsnrer, JAMES D. BLAIR, Of Orleans. For Anditor, ALLEN JUMEL, Of Ibervilie. For the House of Represcuttatives. WM. A. SEAY, DAVID C. PAUL, GEORGE W. STAFFORD. For Parish .In"dge, JOHIN KELSO. For Sheriff, CLINTON 1R. HIAWORTII. For Coroner, GILES C. WOOD. i. The present issue of the D)em- up ocrat is the last that will reach our frol numerous readers before election ten day, and we sincerely hope and ina' trust, our warnings, our teachings, star our aspirations for the good and wh true welfare of our home, the Par- nee ish of Rapides, will not have been agr unheeded or in vain. We have tax been candid, earnest and honest in pec those numerous appeals, and have are never overdrawn the picture of las "woes innumerable" that will sure- me ly follow another term of power to bel the present Radical dynasty. We ern have no excuses to make for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 2 November 1870

URISHl DEMOCRATIC E N TRAL COMMITTEE. J. G. WmITE, V. L. Sanford, J. L. Walker, W. Prescott, J. C. Wise. WARD COMMITTEES. ALEXANDRIA. )r. H. St. John, Mire Rosenthal, fohn o:gan, Joseph Fellows, lulius LeviU, Ii. C. Duke. PINEVILLE. J, W. Johnston, R. A. Hunter, G. Labst, ' W. B Harper, W. L. Morgan, Thos. Dozier. CIIENEYVILLE. J.O.Pickens, Branch Tanner, p. F. Keary, Ezra Bennett David Stafford. G B. Marshall. LECOMTE. K. M. Clark, W n. Randolph, Joseph Cruse, A. G. Tuck, A. J. Hanna. LAMOURIE. N. C Weems, W. Polk, C. L. Robinson, J. N. Rhorer. BAYOU RAi. DE.s. J. R. Andrews, J W. Tealna, Robt. L. Luckett, D. T. lHaworth, W-W. Whittington, Jeff Gordon. IIOLLOWAY'S PRAIRIE. Michael Deville, C. O. Harris, L. D. Corley, Asa Bell, J. A. Newell, Jacob Paul. COTILE. Lewis Texada, Henry Boyce, Thos II. lB,wles, Beinj. Cooper, Newton Blanchard, Wis. James. IIINESTON. M. Paul, J. J. Swann, Dr. Hobby, S. D. Williams, C. Rougeat, Wi. Iolt. COMRADE. James Groves, James Hicks, Dr. Hamilton, L. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 2 November 1870

MISCELLANEOUS, DR. SHALLENBERGER'S Fever and Ague .A.N TIDO TE Always Stops the Chills. A This Medicine has been before the Public fifteen years, and is still ahead of all other known remedies. It does not purge, does not sicken the stofauch, is perfectly safe in any dose and under all circumstances, and is the only Medicine that will CURE IMMEDIATELY\ and permanently every form of Fever and Ague, because it is a perfect Antidoteo to Ilalaria. Sold by all Druggists., ITIIY IS IT THIA'r SO MANY 'V children die under the age of five years ? That a large proportion of chil dren (lie under that ago, has long been a subject of remark, and without a satisfac tory cause ascertained, it is certain. Also, it is known that worms exist in the hiuman system from its earliest infancy; theref,,re parents, especially mothers, wl;o are more constantly with their children, cannot be too observing of the first s/pmp lteas (f wormsns; for so surely as they exist, can they be SAFELY AND CERTAINLY remov...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 11 November 1870

ADTWA~D A. BIOSSAT] THE WORLD IS GOVE~n TED TOO MUCTOH VOLUME 261 ALEXANDRIAL LA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1870. NUMBER 19. V0_,UE 2._ALEXANDRIA_ LA., ,n •nmn•if- of Ti DEMOCRAT" ispublished Week ly, at pV no DoILAlS per aiinllnl, TIIREE for six months, payable in advance No Subscription taken for a less period than Six Mionths. ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate of $1 50 PeR SQUAIRE for the first insertion and 75 CENTS for eachl subse queut one. Eight lines or less, consti tute a sluare. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: One Column...--------------............... 300 00 Half Colmn ..................-------- 17 00 Third of Colnmn ................ 10 00 Fourth of Collmn..............10 - Cards, (occupying space of eight lines, orless,).................----------0 00 Obituary Notices, Marriages, Public Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. 17' Per.onal cards, when admissible harged donblet the usual advertisements. _ .ms s _ EW ORLEANS CARD...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 11 November 1870

r~oui~r awa ~1mcrt IE. RI. ilo .s8AT . *... E1)ITOIP ALEXANI)RIA, LA.. FRIDAY ......... NE1MBEII 11th 18S0. SPE~CIL. FIRST APPEARANCE OF MR. AND MRS. FITZGERALD!! TIIE DRAMATICS WILL GIVE A perfor.manceat at the T'own Hall o TIIlI:SDAY, NOVEIMBER 17th, 1870. when will be presented to the public of Alexandria, for the first time, the amu sing fiLr~:e, entitled: THE R0 UGH DLT OV"D! to be followed by the side-splitting ex trlvaganza, ntitlehl: A PLEASANST NEIGH..OR! ,[B_ The DE.OCRA.T will not be is- ble t sued till Wednesday, the 23d inst. had suce+ Judge Kelso. lativ ity. In the midst of -the disaster comi which has befallen thtlDcmocratic Stat ticket in the parish we have the repl: consolation to know that the Lion. crati John Kelso has been re-elected par, suec ish Judgo by a handsome majority. for His success can only be apprecia- only ted by reflecting on the incalcula- regi ble calamity which woul'1 have be- hay fallen the parish if his completitor men had been elected. Judg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 11 November 1870

EI ELECTION-1APR 6 ID E S OFFIC ALt S Gra ......R 655 219 181 359 282 145 49 1890 r Cogress. ...D 30 234 54 56 37 21 90 158 130 57 107 56 29 21 80 .r the Legislature D 30 27 54 56 38 121 85 158 113 57 108. 56 29 21 1163 h- . eey . --.AdCpny...-D 30 236 54 55 38"121 92 161 125 56 107 56 29 21 1181 W. Stalrd- - D 30 237 53 56 38 123 90 157 117 39 107 56 29 21 1153 Tom Blaekar ..... R 38 2 3025 6841 o Sith.......-Ind R 16 2 325 68 140 5 1 1 C.Calvit---------- Ind1 26 17 45 Charles Oakes...Ind D ohn Kelso - D 38 54 56 35 191 90 159 112 57 248 56 51 20 17 or Sheriff-orth .....D 24 22 54 56 38 121 889 160 12631 54 100 56 27 21 11850 John DeLay G ...... R 658 223 181 359 282 146 51 1890 John ClHiY. 655 219 181 360 28i 145 1890 A Salior's Love. A Stral One little act of politeness will some- HOW imes pave the way to fortune and refernment. The following sketch [Frol llustrates this fact: We i A sailor, roughly garbed, was strol- tory of ing irough the streets of New Orleans inmate blen in a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 11 November 1870

MISCELLANEOUS, DR. SHALLENBERCER'S, Fever and Ague 'T NTI )DO TE Always Stops the Chills. -A This Medicine has been before the Public fifteen years, and is still ahead of .all other known remedies. It does not purge, does not sicken the stomach, is perfectly safe in any dose and under all circumstances, and is the only Medicine that will CURE IMMEDIATELYr and permanently every form of Fever and Ague, because it is a perfect Antidote to lMalaria. Sold by all Druggists., WilY IS I'T TIHAT SO MANY children die under the age of five years? That a large proportion of chil dren die under that age, has long been a subject of remark, and without a satisfac tory cause ascertained, it is certain. Also, it is known that worms exist in the human system from its earliest infancy; therefore parents, especially mothers, who are more constantly with their children, cannot be too observing of the first syrmp toms of worms; for so surely as they exist, can they be SAFELY AND CERTAINLY removed from th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 23 November 1870

" f) _ _ftmcrt ýD-TARD A. BI Ss-T) THE WýORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUC1J0 VOLUE 2 G. ALEXANDRIA, LA.. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1870. NMBER 20. T E~ IZ V-E S:j ,1,5L Dtt3j \I t " ispre lliIll tlrii fit si:p itt iar.'. Ti, ill aiii le N1 rtt! ·' 3 5) PO! :t"-t.!:!r for the first t~tte :t , I are.. T iii f-'lln are~nr ouri rattt- to v.'.irly .Alr'ertisrii 11:'1 oii~tn.................... 1i4 . 1 F.1;11-01of c'l'!brtln .......~........ HO 11 ( linestl or (.~lr::-:,)..... .... ?(sr r t 'loeli si, (!irils of h'anlllks, etc., ti' 1, paidi Cuiis :. iti'iVel' j l,.eieits. .JST a vY!7 ýF,2'ý C'i!1Dry tI[T:iiHT SRIS, BICK PIDS, OR TIHE TE.Rfº0R OF LEG STRAPS ! 1 IIt SPILL1M 1, t IN;VEN\ 1ItO AND I'AK1'ENI'ErLi --tci A LEVEiL A NI) SUl'['Ull I'El Ti~tU3S. fisia ''rI uss del tla'i oII; all et ! itiott Idi acaam f , rr a l a I r ..a! lola P: ion ; va n Ill. ecru .ý .llt Iarlaa's, Is well as oith sa x+"s" ha all per'ioal' af Iih'". It. sent aa wit hoot triv:al in t 1a or aaav ot' c1 oaatr:: It hlia. tti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 23 November 1870

E. i. R. IOSSAT,........ EIITORi ALEXANDRIA, LA. TEID.ESIDAY..... .NOVMIBER 23d 170. Packet Departures, B. L. Hodge No. 2, leaves this day at 12 o'clock M. Rapides, Saturday, the 26th inst., at 2 o'clock P. MA. Fleta, Saturday, the 2ith inst., at 12 o'clock M. Belle of Alton, Tuesday, the 29th inst., at 12 o'cloek M. The Circus Coming. We'know this heading will attract the attention of the old ones and startle the young ones. The Circus is coming! The Circus will be here on Tuesday, November 29th, 1 70. We refer our readers to the advertise ment, in another column, and assure them we have positive assurance that Nixson's Circus is a good one ; what more is needed in Alcxandria to draw a crowd than a good (ircus! THE Dl)uMATICS ---The TIlespians have been reconstructed, land have made their bow to the Alexandria peo ple under the above name. A valua ble and talented acquisition has been made to the company, in the persons of Mr. and Mrs. Fitzgerald. On last Thuisday night these arti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 23 November 1870

E FOCG BIISBAXD'S DILEMMA. Ji n had just married and brought hore In a bride, graceful and buxom and beantiful miuss; } whea at the altar lie stood by her side. seemed the last drop in his full cup of v bliss. tu teed she was one of the fairest of crea- G tures; icr lips were like rubies, her teeth P white as lpearl.s; e ruse mniAht have borrowed its hues ai fromt her feat lires, ii rhe sanlight ws imocked by her bright tl golden curls. ith feasting, and music the swift mo Ulelts tlsew, Till umidtlight approached, and the bride V and lher g tl' lt l llli, tlr bidtldiug their friends and comnpan inns adnieu. Retired-together, of course-to their room. F Ili 'hire her beautifill wreath anld a gossa Iues veil Oni top of the bureau she earofnlly lItl, f lieu placinig her dress, with its long silk. it en trail. pl O'er the back of a chair by the side of is the bet. ti .ud then, one ly one, but I can't tell the name Of the various garmlents emlbroidei:ed g and white- P ;orlthe feeling that...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 23 November 1870

DR. SHALLENDERCE'ZS Fever and Ague Always Sz s tie Cluil8. Thi3s M1ina li.: bete before the ruo fiftcee yeatrs, ad is still ahe r.1 of all other known rrc clca. It does wit purge, -does Lot sicr'a t~n stolrnca, it crrt : tly s3:f in any do3C mLa1 tn :_r all cirmn:m :.:tess, "Ji is thte o-11- "N'.-,I: i n that will CUI[ IM~MEDIATELY and permrac:n.y cvery forimnf 1'evcr and Arut, bacutuso it i1 a Terect Aiat(idItc tCs Eo1d by .al Druggists. WTIIY 1.- ["fTIA!' MANY c 41 t (m di' wi r fl n te it ,: ,'ears ? tIiiatt ai ai~ts Ilix{ ,rit iii) hii tor' v ia-.i si= *n t It is ri Also~, it is k'iitwi tit il i~t mVItn exist i thu-Iii ~'Vs (ali::II aciill th r ttd a O~ili4 of ill nn~t't r I.1 Nil ,Itrly its tlisy 1"X15 caii fuiry ii i SAl EL.Y AD) C'ERTlAINLY retn iitt I { t: i, ti tI;t DELil:.tT i INFANT, by tihe ti .~ .,ti' u-"" o.f B.:1. F )i;, ;T~I'R's VE MI1FI~t~t% It it p.' fit l'liýs; fn cl!" " tr iat ili Ls no 1lerl CWill illrv, 1 S i.'RFt-C i' I tuilt -.: NX .i' ,tA i. l"t.. mnlitll r~...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 30 November 1870

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Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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