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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 30 November 1870

O itn1ita g icnzocrnT. willloo- M-0,41~ n IER. . rIOSSAr, .... .EDITOR ALEXANDRIA, LA. WEDNESDAY .. .NOVEMBER 3Oth 1870. The Dramatics. oq so quest mark The personnel of our Alexandria colun Dramatic club certainly acquitted th how themselves with great credit on the in 1E occasion of their last appearance votoe before the public. Never have we It w' at an previous exhibition been a oner spectator to a better display of the votet talent of the association, and never and I have seen its members greeted , at with more sincere and enthusias- he e tic applause. The character of the Tsta performance merited a full house, witlh and, though there was a suffcieiInt sure crowd present to encourage and fresi sustain the actors, it undoubtedly cann would have been a just compliment the paid to themi if the audience had cratie dtheI been more niumerous. We think w that the young gentlemen and to b, ladies, who compose the Dramatics, the should by all means receive the fully hearty support and p...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 30 November 1870

TUE LATEST. BE.RLIN, Nov. 25.-The North Ger Pan Parliament was opelc(e yesterday. A royal speech was delivered by coin mission It attributes the prolouga tion of the war on the part of France to the selfishness of her leaders, and asks for the needful mens to bring it to an end; declares that the war has drawn German unity closer; hopes that negotiations with the Southern States will be iuntedliately considered, andl closes with general coungratulations and a fervent appeal to God for tfavor. FLOENscE, Nov. 25.-Oeneral Mene birEnaves for Vienna soon as aulbassa dos. No answer has been returned by Italy to'Russia's note. LONDON, Nov. 25.-Germans deny that French prisoners are refused the consubhtions of their religion. Tie bombiardmentl of Thonville last night was furiui. 'Part of the town was in flamies. The villages in the vicinity have been hurned. AMlss, Nov. 25--The Prussian ad vance between Domart and Beaucert has been driven back to Boyan. The French loss was slight. ST. PETER...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 30 November 1870

-. ~ ~ ~ ~ V i1 E1 .\ ;WN DR. SHALLENBERCER'S Fever and Ague' -A N T ID 0T E Always stops tso chills. This MedIicine has been before the ruhlio - fifteen yeatrs, and is still ahead of all Other known remedies. It does not par.-c, does not sicken the stomachs, ii perkectly safe in any do-"e an'l undecr all circem it-plces, and is the only Medicine that~ Will CURE IMMEDIATELY and permancnt~y cvcer{ far ;n of Tee er an.a - .Asne, becauise it is a p'2rfcibt 'Anthloto to1 ]data ria.." Fold by all Druggists- } ' I I T11IY L4 11' P11 Ut' ' -0 M "JA\Y deal:; ? 'that *It- ii11iinif* prifiiliriKK iul cli dr'i die ,uil,'r ib it his lotto~ l.'-'fa 9litj4KcL ..-rr~iiu-k, aoll- witlianL ti euti~tl'o .113 1, it is k-uiwti ilia, it' itml lS~ ix i th"Ibidu 'i -t J'-Ii- -r ,npL'iy U.K earl v; at-i ini r.' ,.~ii., iKiv 'in irit ti. r chlill I.. Lutom of tool..its; l.ir so. surel'*y as they exi~i. oa.i til.yy be x-11"lL1 .AND) CEIUITN TAT romtve-l lir~Ili :111t" must DEI;iirEk 1. FA'5T. lby the tiro y ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 7 December 1870

=he = s~_a,If _ ___ ___ . ' .1 EDWARAD A. BIOSSAT] THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO UJIr [PU3-S VOLUME 26.} ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1870. {NUMBER 22. IY n I I I, 18 7 0 TgE DEMOCRAT" islpblished Week ly, at FIVt DOLLASI: per aulhnuL, "' IE]E: or six mo 1ths, pZ:yable in advance No Sabscriptio: taken for a less period than Six Months. ADV-'TI52E--NT-.3 inserted at the rate of $1 53 l;: sqiC .tul: for the lirst insertion and 75 cor ,s for each subse quant one. Eight lines or less, consti tute a sqnare. Thie fillowing are our rates to yearly Advertisers: One Colman..... .............. 3,0 00 ialf Column .................. 175 CO Third of Coumn...l--------------- 10 (i Fou'rth of Column...-------------- 100 CO Cardsl, (,ccnpying space of eight liues, or less,) ................. °t2 C Ohitnary Notices, Marriages. Public MIetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paidl'f r as advertisements. f aPersonal cards, when admIissiilce It rged abl,:e the niusual ad\-ertiseu&als. NEW O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 7 December 1870

1. H. IIIO)SSAT'I ....... EDI)ITOR ALLXANIUA, LA. WEl WII ES. T..DECLEMBES 716, 1870. Death of Judge Kelso, We are pained to learn of the death, on Sunday last, of John Kel so, Esq., Judge of the Parish Court. Judge Kelso was a sotn of the late George Y. Kelso, Esq., one of our most respected citizens, and was, at the time ofhisdeath, in the 40th year of his age. His education was most carefully conducted, under thli direction of his relatives in Bal timore, in some ol the best schools in that city, acid was subsequently completed at Dickerson College, Pennsylvania, and Princeton Col lege, New Jersey. He studied law for a short time with the late Judge Barlow but was never admitted to the bar. During the late wan Judge Kelso went off to the army as Captain of one of the first companies raised in Rapides, and was in service, with a short interval, during the whole contest. In 1865 he was elected to the Senate of Louisiana from the parishes of iapides and Avoyelles and served until su...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 7 December 1870

I WANT A WIFE. The following lines, says the con ITHEUFNTAMI [otol, are taken from an old song. ES ROM houtglh any 0111young ladIy who thinks IMAL-CI e ,"don't mind leaving frie:nds he, One of ad her," will do well to addn ss i hIooks of t r S.~ care of Democrat. letting hin Civilization 0wi ,where he can find her." tion of Mlt eant a wife to cheer my lite, (listinguish l'c're ~o lt if el's ,ntiu heauty, Vice-Presis SIhilt fnd tIIt Ishe is lkid. logical Soc Aud: kiwuus 1:tla pr.:cticces lier duty. Iiitoric T want a wlfi; ai rs1 to st;ife, woLiks. I A oentie, 1:tlie t eteail d (eliu'ltia': an!e is to I e ai , p:th a lookin:g gl'as. tal eonditti s .stolp,in to surveyc each feature. svstems of ship, their cdt a wife with vigor r;fe, tharacter ahit enerves are never in a flutter. I(studling 1 wLho wll not raoih, hilt stay at lhom,te. n cnd brew nod l lake and make the butter. thliiey 10w want a wife who through her life all, the co Was Inever knlloW to have a flirt; ancestors Vho'll br...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 7 December 1870

AIISCELLNNEoU, , .1or DR. 8HALLENBERCER 'S Fever and Ague AN TIDI OTE Always Stop. the Chills. This Medicino has been before the Public fifteen years, and is still ahead 6o 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 IMMEDIATEJ.Y and permanently every form of Fever and Ague, becauso it is a perfect Antidote to lalaria. Sold by all DDruggists., W IlY Id IT ''I'Ih 'P SNO' MANY children die under thage ge of five ycars? That a large proportion of chitl dren dW. under that age, has long been a s:11bject of remark, and without a satisfac tory cause ascertained, it is certain. Also, it is knownt that worn:s. exist in th : lti:rla system from its earliest i.fanuey; threre!trce parrots, i-specially -m,thers, who are irae constantly with their children, c.i:not be to, observitlg of the firtt .lfp tons of worms ; for o surcly.as thea exist, can they be S AFELY-ANI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 14 December 1870

ýrJAD A- lOSSAT3 T3mE W ,ORLD IS G-OVERNED.TOO ..MU~-L' PULSHER VOLUIJE 26. ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, E CMBER 187. NUMBER 2 Ta v-M -RT"ilm-iht1-'~ T ±-i ~V wL- 3: ]v. at ritvi: D:)1~t.LAu l~ II ~un10110, TII I'M'.i fir sis 11,:t!h:, !rte !)I in advanice' No 3nbi--ri:1:ia ta!L i for a les lcriodt than Si. )Ionthis. All TIýýA ý;T 3 inserted at the rats of $1 5) PKI n s't(ti : for thin, Iirst Ha;ertiu:t anml 75 cmNrs3 for each snhse *qslet 0:10. Ei',t liInes1 or less, cousti lata a I; L n. '['1e filt)W-iI;ii;nre our r.tsi to ~i1 Advertiscers O;I: , e"I I',º,:--- -:l-... ....... $:,,0 Of) I1,tt Callum)--·-.----------------- 17:, (:C` Third of ('~iinal--------------- . :30 ('P hilrtl, of (C1 11010I............. id0 CGU Cards, ( iie~. I sl~acP (of eighit. Ieetimlg, C:ards (f T'Ialnks, etc., to 1,"1 raid for Is advert iswimmnuts. 'J P.r~l 'i c~llsl ~when alnmissinlc NEW OTLEA N CS0 3. D. TR:USSES ! ITH1OUT SPRINGS, BACK PADS, OR THE TERROR OF LEG STRIPS! I ii. SPILLMtAN , fNVENTOR AN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 14 December 1870

1L R. BIOSSAT,........ EDITOR ALEXAIDRIA, LA. WEDNESDAY..... DECEMBER 14th, 1870. O8MET0ING ENTIRELY NEW I AT,, TIIE TOWN' HALL, ON THURSDAY and FRIDAY NIGHTS! TIIE 15TH AND j6Tn or DECEMBER, 1870! IN AID TO TIIE MONUMENT TO BE ERECTED TO GENERAL LEE ! THE PANITHIOPTOONICA! -OR- THE GREAT ART EXHIBITION!! of late import from Europe at a cost f $2000. THE PRESS AND PUBLIC PRO NOUNCE THIS EXHIBITION the most at tractive, entertaining and instrlc tire ever presented before an enligiht cued audience. It must' be witnessed to be appreciated, and by so doing one and all will add to its praise. Not a Panorama, but Visions, Tableaux, and Scenes from nature, produced by the wonderful instrument entitled the Ste roramn, capable of representing Tab leaux 30 feet in diameter and 90 feet in circumfercnce. SCENES OF LATE TAKEN ON TIlE SPOT. Panoramic View of Paris. Palace of Justice. Cathedral Notre Dame. The Tuilleries. Fort St. Denis. Bridge of Arcole. Are do Triumph. Palace of Versailles. Fren...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 14 December 1870

The Art of Breath:ng. Ti Professor Tyndall, an eminent SKE Eng~lish scientist, in an interesting CG lture d- ivered last winter, on the relations 'between dust and disease" it Wgve an instructive analysis of that familiar nuisance, dust. He proved A that the air breethen in cities always TiC contains a quantity of very fine dust, c made up of the strangest variety of be matters; the refuse of animated life, nato with hairs and scales of sl;in; fibres the. Irom various kinds of c&oth; I articles pair ,o stone, iron and salt; the products "pe of fermentation and of disease, and It i the germs of numberless forms of dcv nicroscopic fungus. All these are mel t1-en into the lungs at each breath andleft there; and whatever may be bag thepower of vigorous health to with .tand them, their influence on sys- sinu tes that are weak or disordered tin. must be injurious. But when the tak weather continues excessively dry wt,; for a long time, the air of whole dis- the tricts of country beco...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 14 December 1870

)1 iS EAAL 1 \NIV~,9 A Ill DR. SMALLEC(BERCER'S Fever and Ague;N Al:::;"1- SLOPS t'j CiC e Th5s ZMcdiien o hli bc~a bo3rec j o the 1ruble fifteen years, and is still ahead of all other known rcnojcsi. It does not purgc, floes not sicken thio stomach1, it pcrrtctly safe in any do:;c an.l ender all cif r:amtaaaes, and is the only Me ii inŽ that v:ill CURE IMIlMEDIATELY and pcrmancntfly every form of 2cver. and - A'oe, because it is a perfect Antidote to Malaria. Sold by all Druggists. ýATIY N 1 j AP ' M N i7 c''ihl.eo~ di., ultl.]·r the :1N(! of lice( ye u.a ? 'I'hatt it far o proporrtinll of cl ii 411011n dip, ot1lo'" thI f. i has hlg Ise,>a a sirit et of re.na:k, :;.uI Without t a atisf.re tory ciIUio aeic,1';:uol. it is cl"rtuil. Also, it is krrrwan thaI w~rars cxsit Ill lb." br~arsi> si'te fr. er its eadtit.- iill ircy; tl.'ref~rtrJ~tirai'r'i. P=Peb11y Iin..ttllr'l. whir alre In irn cos aiv lv withI tI heir chitrlrrc. C~ttur ho,! to' or. -'ryi I ori ti). first. Ii.)j) 1,,n: ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 21 December 1870

I. .L .1U1ILI1. .emr -------- =~__~- -- --- 170 NUM E1R24 AD . BSSAT TIE2 WORTID IS 0-V RE ED TOO AWTSII TOLUT-E 26.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1870. UMBE 2 :SL Dt iOý A2" ispuil 411hedi1'\eek Iv, at rr: "o.ti-: per annulim, NTi rar sis m ,t~s, pi:,lhale in advnce No :t.a , rriati,:l t.ke1n for a less period tihan Six Mo:ths. ^-} L.1 2;'--T F3 inserted nt thie rate of 1. 53 PEl Qt\irllE for the firs { insrtim,; :ai'l 75 c.:. rS for each snus,- s, a t , m . l i t 't li 'L ' o r l e s s ., e ta tl i ta3 a i li" t . - 'I'e f.dllowingti are our rtes to :raly AXdvertisers: C. d (utl'au . ... .............. r, ( t irtl n (!!!l .....---------. . -- IFn. , 1 ,.i.rth of iu:nn ............... 1 t I Cars, (.ecnpyting space of eight jT lines,orl5s,)-- - . --. . .- o00r tart: N. tices, Ilarringoc, Pol.:i, feetil:i. Cards of 'lThankls, etc., to i. paid for :'s advertisemetils. - r riial eiris, when ii 1i ( (IT. birelt I .ll t'l th,, ui:otl advertisemuents. rI O ,1 3RLEAN C_...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 21 December 1870

~i~i~r lit o (vat* 14. I. 1II()SQU... ..ZlTE)rOn ALE'XAXN)1A, LA.· WEINFSDAYF, ..... DBECEJIBER. 21st, 18i70 TO OUR PATRBONS Now that the year of '70 is rapidly approaching its end, we would be much obligo if our delinquent sub scribers would " COM.E ro SEE US. " Otherwise we will be compellel to put our bill in the hands of a collec tor. Town Officers. Our citizens have had their Ward ConvcnIionS, an d a General C('ovivn tion, and the following re the nonoian tions for the various Town offices for 1871 and 1872: For Mayor, RI. M. LKILPATRICK. For Treasurer, 13.-C"DUKE. For Comptroller, J. M. BARRETT. Councilmen-First Ward, L. GOSSENS. Second Ward, E. iR. BIOSSAT. Third Ward, JULIUS LEVIN. Fourth Ward, J. G. WHITE. Fifth Ward, S. K. JOHNSON. FREEr 11ASONS AND IING WVIL LIA3M.-A mutil telegram fiomr Paris says: "A few days ago the news papers published a citation issued by the Masonic Lodge of the Orient of Paris against the lrev. Brother \Wliiamn, King of Prussia, as a traitor to F...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 21 December 1870

TIOUGhll EtR lHAVE rFss . I Tr,- J.. A. ,ACLs. A CotLLC' it,' ear~s have p.~sl si:.e first we me1, As evdi ji . th.r d.ys.r , . ith I:eartls I::ur. the acti.l I, SI Y .t , r:ct. :4 I y l)o .i l : , .o ti le. l t r.tiv : id riiig . I tink 1 .4 the 'a:i .  i ilia dly, I'nt Cot; etr l:,thi the nIl;ht a spell of poi ver c(ld, in a To clironl ith e welcome the ugtlt saway. ia\e !enl c! e. iThe oI )-'dl tlhee ,.ot as others hive- -1cans pr Tlove liih, yet, tho9h timet and r me lf the llI. -Ande -,,lt "I~'tht 'i t:'te glth to 1rov, ith the :i at.-S to satl I e hn :c·th o.range; A pxso Ai ,.d :ii' pie .' it hin m ; " hllr t ! ' i i'i" V1 :h Avid lii¢ ! ,- iit .1.. i'. -'e a l" i ts leis "shng S.till, fron vte Thr s hll thi,- imag., o',.r d,'pi,'.rt. .prinkled NOr, se my.l.... o iti's t 'or~ld, to th rill. events of rtill ls l When Sl,!,ines o',.r th! p e" I hwn,. h h Thv g~etrle f "atur(', gir'evt ne thture. camn opt An i thi lriht si i-s, like suneeal wiivt lCae, I rT ad of tr ::,, f r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 21 December 1870

" CHRISTMAS I" --AT ID USEFUL PRESENTS I I I - shall opens an assortment of the above nanmed A...ETrIC IES siortly, annd will be pleased t4 have my friends call anmd inspect thlen. HENRY St. JOHN. MISNCELL% .NEOiU, g OF DR. 8HALLENBERCER'S Fever and Ague AN TIDO TE Always Stops the Chills. This Medicine has been before the Public fifteen years, and is still ahead of all other known remoedies. It does not purge, does not sicken the stomach, is perfectly safe in any dose and under all circumstances, andr is the only Medicine that will CURE IMMEDIATELY and permanently every form of Fever and Agee, becauso it is a perfect Atlldaote to lJlalar . Sold by all Druggists. W HY II Ii' THAT iSri MANY Y children die a.der the ago oflve.I. yearsa?' That a lato.proportion ofehlil-j dren die undar thatia , has long been a subiject of remark, and dithout a satisfac tory cause ascertained, jI is certain. - Als i, it is known that worms exist in tb-. human system from its earliest infancy; thereflr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 28 December 1870

-.. -. .I.. .8. I1 26TLXADARb A. BIOSSAT3 TIE LA.. - W EDNy DECE BO2 17 ER VOLUME 26.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDIAY, DECEMBER 28, 1870. N 25. _. mnn .. .. ..... . .-IL II~ ulr~- F--- -~ -- RP ISL~ r _·_u2  - ·rra  ,,'m'oJ~n~r ..-__. ,-; n ~ ~ P~, :I I r mnn.· ~. ~ 1. -·- T M1S:_ i DEIMWOCRAT" is published Week (l, it rIV- DOLLARS per annum, TIIIP.E for six months, payable in advance No S,tlbription taken for a less period than Six Months. ADVTBRaTI ..SELN3T inseorted, at the rate of $1 SO r50 squAr for the first insertion and 75 cic'rs for each subse qaent one. Eight lines or less, consti tate a square. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: OneCoInmn..................... $300 00 Half Column.................. 17--- 5 00 Third of Column................ 130 0 Fourth of Column-... ........ 1O0 Cards, (occupying s~a of eight lines, or less,) ................. 20 00 Obituary Notices, Marriages, Public Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertise...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 28 December 1870

L. Z. BIOSS.kT..ED..... :DITOlI ALEXANDRIA. LA. WEDNESDIY,... .DECEMBER 2St1h1870. TO OUR_ PATRON. S,. i Now that the year of '70 is rapidly that approaching its end, we would be of h much oblige if our delinquent sub- the scribers wotld " Co:ME To SEE ru. " titll Otherwise we will be compelled to ["' put our bill in the hands of a collec- et tor. Cur Theatre. tti We sincerely trust our good pep- nit pie, amid their Christmas ihilarity sen: and rest from work aid for intel- stus lectual treats, will hear in maind plai that the Thlespian , uinder the gui- age dance of our best young men, ably .rs assisted and tutored by Mr. Fitz- to gerald, the popular comedian, are yea in ftil blast aL"t'lheTown Hall. Mrs '1 W. H. Leightonq from New Orleans, are the truly accomplished col mmedi- ton eoll enne and artiste, with able assis- of tants, is playing a short engage- des ment, with the Thespians, and the As company in full cast will appear to ,,e night. As we remarked Mrs. L., fil is an act...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 28 December 1870

pDO'T DRINK, MY BOY, TO-NIGII tin I left my mother at the door, pa My sister by her side, on Thleir clasped haInds and loving looks Forbade their toatlts to l.ide. ha 1i, ft. aid met with c,;mr:tdes gay, Sol -VW'iet the Imoon i broughit t. u ht-r light, W And my lovitg ,other whis's1pered mc, "'Doi't drink, my boy, to-night wi Jntng years lave rolle'd away, since then, \I} jeitty curls are gray, col Itl 'oh tihose words are with me yet, pri And will not pass away. tm I se ny r11,thtter's loiving fare, Wtih soidness, radiaint, itright,] ~ad lier wtrds ring in my ears. - "Gi *"Don't drink, my boy, to-night." SN My mother is now rest.ng sweet In the graveyard on the hill; Bat her kiin words come hack to mo AInd hlanlt itly lltuiory still. Ol I've often passed. the cup; p, ! th,l iny lit lrt twass right. Beeaose I beard thu wvarnhing words, Ar *"Dcn't k, in} bay, to-might." I've now passed down the road of life. Du And soon miy race is rutn, D A motlher's warniliug listened to, An i:...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 28 December 1870

"CHRISTMAS,, o TOYS ! EBO0l ES I! -A.ND- USEFUL PRESENTS!! I have opened an assortment of the above nai(d - -AETTICLES and will be pleased to have my friends call and ilnspect them. UHEINRY St. JOHN. MISCELLANEOUS, DR. SHALLENBERCER'8 Fever and Agune .A.NTID O TE JAlawys 8tt Cie cnils. This Medicine hbibee before the Publio Bfteen years, and is still ahead of all other known remodies. It does not purge, does not sicken the stomach, is perfectly safe in any dose and under all circumstance, and isa the only Medicine that will OURE IMMEDIATELY and permanently every form of Fever and Ague, because it is a perfect Antidote et S Bold by all Druggists., WHY IS- IT' T~L SO MANT V- 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 as~drtained, it is certain. Also, it is known that worms exiit in the human system from its earliest infancy; therefore parents, especially mothe...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 11 January 1871

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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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