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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 11 January 1871

aLEL A DRIA, LA t wg'We will publish, in the ne'xt' number of the Democrat, the Me- t morial Address on the life and h character of General Robert E. Lee, c delivered in this -. Town, December al 2d 1870, by Thomnas . Manning. N Grant and sumner. t, some of the Radicals affect to ancel a at the opposition of MIr Sumner to B Grant's new speculation in the annex- n atioit of San Dommgo. But they can n ill conceal tiair uneasiness beneatl,,an ti affected grin. MrZf Sumner is the old- ib est and ablest Repuolican in the Sen- s ate, and has done more to build up the tt party than any other six rnen in the Union. General Grant hiTself show- n ed how anxious he was to obtain is e support by paying him an obsequiouns visit to beg him to withhold his oppo- j sition. And Mr. Colfax betrayed the , astiety of the administration on the Ii subject, when he went to the White9 Ilouse at day-break to inform the ad- h ministration, in the administration c shirt tail, that Sunnier had been beaten v in...

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. — 11 January 1871

CARRIER'S ADDR-ES -TO THIE PATRO NS -OF THE LOUtSIANA ,i 8MOCtrAT I. Another year is numbered with the dead, Its record written and its action shown; Its hopes and featf, its joys and sorrows past, A4d all its jealousies forever flown. II. Short was its transit, yet bow great its power On all pertaining to oursel,'es and land, Softly it came, and vanished like a dream, Yet who its bearings gfcat and high can understand t III. In its short space, lo! the triumphant mnarch We've made toward our former high estate, And by our own exertions filled the sails That waft the bark of fortune to our gate. IV. And see the &trgo: harvests full and rich, And 'sona learned to speak in coming years, While ;i the horizon behold a sign That bids us hope and says allay our fears. V. For in the strongholds of the tyrant's PgrS The impious temples of our nation's shame Have shaken been; and Democrats stepped forth To gain new laurels and niaintain their fame. As yet the hope is but a speck, and sho...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 11 January 1871

H RIS-M~AS, ~ USEFUl PRESENTS I I ha've oii alcl of the as bolve na. 'led bse jkecd to have ~~y 'friend call and Ifispea. $' :ý3 JOH* LVii` DR. S4ALLENSERCER'S Fever and Ague A. NTI DOT IL Al4Mys Stops the Chilia. This :1ealciao his been before the Pnc:dio fiftenu years, and is etii1 ahead of all other knowa rOemc,:es. It does not purge, dons not sickcn the stomach, is perihctly safe in any dose and nealer all circa.;taooees, and is. the only Mco i.ino that will CURE IMMEDIATELY and poriaa1cntty every form of Fever and Agao, because it is a perfect Anlitloto t4. Miralaria. Sold by all fleugzista. pll~jl!:t1 ti' lln.:C 1l111Iit S l MANY~f:C ý ?? T'rtt I t a, lrf t~n lc i ~sj h dre (i 4to w id rtIi lst u'". l1 )1 11(51 her a an i,ý '. re'u riu , iw'i n i tf~i t u. s atifc tor)' cafe a ('1riaiool, it -is e-ttui p Alsi), it is k'iiiwii U) It W OIll ex I'X)4 tit - I4IIta 1 ss t,/mfro it s et tS 4 I.il-t i~ii'n v ris In Oeil.s 'iut!Vy wit!() tip"':r ch ildltu /Ou i, or,4is f r : s41r4Iy I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 18 January 1871

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Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 18 January 1871

E. Rt. B R31 S. i't`, ........ EDIWR ALEXANDR1A. 14. WDE1AY, ..... JANUARY Ih, 1871. EUBSOP.IBERS ATTETION !! All Subscriptions for the years '69 and '70 that have not been pal4, must be settled for by the Ist of February or the drlinquents need not expect to receive the Dem oerat after that time. We are compelled to pay CASh for materi al and therefore musthavemoney to carry on the Democrat. t? The Legislature of Louisiana has elected Mr. J. R. West United States Senator for six years from the 4th of March next. This election is generally conceded to he a triumph of the WVar moth faction of the Itadical party over Dunn, Ray and Pinchback. It is the result of a little family quarrel in the Radical ranks, in which the Democrats feel but little interest. We have learn ed by this time that it makes little dif frence to us who the Radical may be on whom,. the mantle ofoffice should chance to fall. Nothing but hostility to the true people of the State has ever yet manifested itself in ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 18 January 1871

TSB LEE MEMORIAL 'comely ,d poasite thi A v D l 0- 188 pu lic no OF TE i E ..Vi·e uN., THOMAS 0. MANNING,}. tsu oi" COMMEMiORATIVE OF THE disgust V Life and Character of General Rob- nteut th; ert E. Lee. upon tt upon the DELIVERED AT ALEXANDIA, LA., UE- ringand CEHIEIIt 2, 1870. ciple, an legal leg Tilhe greatest soldier of recent times and rigi las been Lorne to his rest. Th's is the willing s brief and express.ive announcement by Ier a ] an English writer of the event weconm- gregate t wemorate to-day. From the earliest doImsof times it has been usual to nntions to If his retder umortuary honors to their he- say that ees. A rude people in a barbaric age result, s display their veneration by deifying hle aceo him wholu they have lost, and even the sought .polished cultivation of the Greek and and perl Rouan yielded to this spontaneous im- v'ance e pulse of the heart in an apotheosis differs llich elevated to the rank of a denmi- in the ci god whoever had won the afi ctio;as, or ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 18 January 1871

- Ayer's Hair Vigor, :For resQrlng. Gray.Hair to Its dataiialVtiality and Color. A dressing which is at oneo, agreeable, healthy, and effeetual for preserving the hair. Faded or gray hair is soon restored to its original color,. 'ith the ;gloss and freshness of youth. Thin hair is thick ened, falling hair checked, and bald ness often, though not always, cured by its use. No'hing can restore the hair where the follicles are destroyed, or the glands atrophied and decayed. Bat such as remain can be saved for usefulness by this application. Instead of fouling the hair with a pasty sec plent, it will keep it clean and vigorous. Its occasional use will prevent the -hair from tturning gray or falling off,' and consequently prevent baldness.... Free from those deleterious substances which -make some prepirations dangsrous, and in urions to tie .hair, the Vimbr 'can :r, HAIR DRESSIN G, nothing else can be found so desirable. Containing neither oil nor dye, it does not soil white cambrio, and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 25 January 1871

OSA3T-I OLEIS G-OViERN1ED TOO dT~TCII pcrLsr~ ALEANDIA LA, EDNS.AYJAUARY 25, 1871. INUM\BER 28. 70 .-UL -6thEhDth A,~EN~A,~A ---- J _- a 1' · ...s.Aal a.,isean tnteI O ate lK O Tgý DXZd0O,:2AL ixpuhlliainhedWek 1,at v1VI DOLLAR 1,:'1 3fl111111, 'i 1uc1:11' f3r 1j)eIt! idt, p Lyabl ill aiiv tiuo No S~~vrpiatalon for a less period thant Six Md~ntlis. S2I73 .ýAT 3Ni j ins 9rtOel at the r.ctt3 )f 3 5J3 rsf; sQUAIui for tih lirn1 au1: : 75 CI rI'3 for each snI1,ueu' q-at1i.13. ELut lin&'es or less, COnsti t tte :t ar 1''. 'No foillowin" are our rate4 tl, Se:trl-. :ldrertisers: ......C.. ..... ... .,00 0uO On f 111HlIf Coihu n..... ...... .. 1,0 ( ( ThC?!ird1fOiol0O - (I~~ Feurtlof Coinullut ........ .... li ne 1(: (( Cartd, of CulitYl ulpr- ace of eight Cli~ ("ec 20 ('RW'B' 'fi~ liea, (r less.) ..2.. . . ob~ituar3 \NtSieu, Marriages. Publil Jfeetings, Cards of Thluauuks, etc., to Ie paid for as advertisemellnlt 8. '' P trsii 41t eurk, lion ail uklis,41 hirrl 1, hl' tl(1" olacl .olver...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 25 January 1871

];. R. BIOSSAT........ E1)LTOlt ALEXANI)RIA, LA. WED 1 SDdF,...... .JANUARY 266th, 1971. SUBSCRIBERS ATT iNTION !! All Subscriptions for the years '69 ant '70 that have not been paid, must be settled for by the 1st of February. or the delinquents need not expect to receive tiheDem ocrat after that time. We are compelled to pay CASH for materi al and therefore isust havemoney to carry on the Democrat. The Siege of Paris. At last accounts the bombardment of Paris was continued with fearful re sults. Many parts of the city have been set on tire by the Prussian shells and some of the finest buildings con siderably damaged. It is said that women and little children have been killed, against the alleged barbarism of which the Parisians appeal to the sym pathies of disinterested people. We can see no way to put a stop to these horrors except in a surrender of the city on the part of the French anu thorities. It may be a very barbarous thing to murder women and children, but all other acts ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 25 January 1871

THE HORRORS OF WAR. furnished - geon, it s T05 COMFORTS OF THE OFFICERS AND charity t rzUIVATIONS OF TIIE COMMON SOLDIER llis instri wjIAT A GERMAN-AMERICAN CITI- Rtl Pril LES SAW IN TILE GERMAN ARMY. "I prCCI - propriati "Thie following translatiot of a let- tral Asso ter from one of the editors of the Stags entiousl" nitlg, who was intrusted with con- alr'eady f iuns firom his German-American not nes fellow-citizens for the sick and wound- shonhl b ed soldiers of Germany, furnishes many tiols be i teresting facts from his personal ex- they wo petience in regard to the state of the cording sry an1 the treatment of the troops, moreove which have heretofore been but imper- ed how fectly understoodl: ave cot "The second day I d:nod with a few of the st frierds at the Ilotel Reservoir (in Ver- widows ailts,) which is the rendezvous of all "A i l-le otabilities of the German head- Schweri quarters. in the centre of the saloon trip, an stood a large table, capable of seating army w frtom...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 25 January 1871

3IISCELL 1N i Lrl Ayer's Sarsaparilla, IOU PURItYING THEE BOOD.o The reputation this ex- I cellent medicine enjoys, alpii1 is derived from its cures, many of which are truly mnarvellous. Inveterate eases of Scrofnlous die. T ease, where the system seemed saturated with corruption, have been purifled and cured by it. Scrofulousaflectionsand disorders,which were ag gravated by the scrofu- L lons contniination until Irit they were painfully afflicting, have been radically cured in such great nlmbers in almost every sec tion of the country, that the public scarcely need to be informed of Its virtues or uses. Scrofrlolls poison is one of the most destruc tie enemies of our race. Often, this unseen and unfelt tenant of the organism undermines the con stitution, and invites tile attackof enfeeblingor ta tal diseases, without exciting a suspicion of its presence. Again it seems to breed infection thronhont the body, and then, on some favoralelO occasion, rapidly develop into one or other of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 1 February 1871

oET1 WOmR.-LD IS G-oVERNED Too vc I SOLUME 26. ALEXANDIIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1871. "U .. MN -n 1. A'r f Q eAa rto nolock the door of n portions means of cid. -- ---"--"'-' I MýT NTT T- LA -. .. ..-- ý-"ý cRI1B r~l --' LS: aiE DE-MOCRAT" is published Week at F- e DtOL.uS per :1llflln , rl llt1, :E ,r mni-uthL p:y1able in advance No 5,ibcript.ui ta:ke for a lcss period than Six Months. jVy-RTI3E1nBNTT3 inserted at the rate of $1 50 PE:R sq,'trAni for the first insertion and 75 cs'rs for each sulise onet .oe Eig't line:' or less, consti tate a slquare. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: ne Coluimn .....................---- [alf Cohi11n... ---- ------- 1......0 'hird of Column ............------------.. 100 'earth of Colun...--------------- 100 .0 ards, (c:enupying space of eight lines,orless,).................. -- Ohituary Notices, Marriages, Public leetinos, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisemlents. -'-" P.er"u'll cards, when admisuslile ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 1 February 1871

t . . ;I1OSSA..T . Dl.tO1Ei)0 A~iCXAN\1J;ITA, LA." WTEDNE 1) u .... FEBRUARY lit, 1S,71. ab" Homicides, justifiable or criminal, are still the orlder of te day in Rapides. A human being's life, now-a-days, seems 1o be a tri lie in the public mind. Terrible in 4led is such a state of affairs, and didfrul is the responsibility rest ing on our community. We are led to this short train of facts in hlavi'ig to announce the death of two morehumnan beings. A colored man, near Cheneyville, was killed by another of his own race, a few dlays since. The accused was ar rested by a posse of negroes and brought to jail here. On Saturday he was examined before Judge Orsborn and turned loose on the griamdls of justifiable homicide. A white lad, ot respectable parents, killed a colored lad, near Pineville, on Saturday. Tlce killing wasl one with a shot gun. We cannot leat n the real particulars. As usual there are two reports, differing en tirely. One has it that the killing was entirely accidental;...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 1 February 1871

. Aw~- 'ty hose Rad`aut Eyes. w $1 j STAItR I HOLLOWAY-. - L;. VA inp ofat arsofiter yeart "e ri hoa at I have e'er koown York All j a dre at I 1at disappeare Lno -nnt, ay thlose radi:lat eyes, Iitn ,r- 'ne ' in .ti'tr' .n igt touch -ttine or i . IDE i" 1 t - nr . t.l..a . .;:tlhly glory last, i it ter deep receSs5 lies, t Prince . o'lln t ew nlt, m 1% ,ch--th ifn e ofling l-'ield oNtee Chanz 0'Uci er l 0at every hour receiv' o'.r 0. tIS "u.,A ,itive. a illiig heart, Aft a l 1kd'rth aln '0,d11 may owr., l Sthoie ruadi:at eyes- oite Sit ~·ll . or fl'tlygued surprise n'ie S. ie '. owr to. . live t eoiin S' 1Ot 1 ..sc -:," radi.,U, c}"n9 I -- boll gh ilti he l ' ii, .o:th, : " tier ~- • i--" 1pQ ati- .5tsitt l ret tlll ts h'te brongl:t Antell The &rt of Reticence. elrct But there is art, the most consuf- lo- . mate art, in alpearing absolutely tp e;it frnk, yet never tolling anythin, I,,ist which is not wished to be known, in of" Atv being pleasantl sy chatty and conver- tight t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 1 February 1871

Ayer's Sarsaparilla, YOf PURI&YING TIE BLOOD. The reputation this ex. cellent medicine enjoys, is derived from its cures, many of which are truly marvellous. Inveterate cases of Scrofullons dis. ease, where the system , seemed eaturated" with corruption, have been ,lrillcdl and cured by it. .crofulous affections a: d -- disortders,which were ag. -ravatet by tile scrotn - f"- ls contalination untllltil they were painfully afllirting, have been radically cured in such great numbers in almost every sec tion of the country, that the public scarcely need to be informned of its virtues or uses. Scrofulous poison is one of the most destruc. tive enemies of our rarce. Often this unseen and untfelt tenant of the organism unsdertnines the con stitution, and invites the attack of enfeeblingor fia. tal diseases, without exciting a suspicion of its presence. Again, it seemis to breed infection throughout the bIody, and then, on some favorable occasion, rapidly develop into one or other of it...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 8 February 1871

~DVn A. EBTOSSAT] THE WORLD IS GOVERITED TOO lMoUCI ([PVBISSIE12 VOLUME 26.} ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1871. INUMBER 30. s---!~ 1flg DgIOCRAT'' is published Week ly. at FIVE i)I...I:s per annum, 'rIIl:IEE f,,r six months, l, aYalh in advance No Sqb.cription taken for a less period than Sir Months. ADjVgRTI3EINT S inserted at the rate of $1 53 rPE sSQUARE for the first insertion and 73 c.s- rs for each sr,hse gu~nt one. Eight lines or less, consti tute a s'qSlare. Tfhe following are our rates to yearly Adlvcertisers: hneC ohunnf..................... .....0 ,O nef Column .......--.------ ---- 175 t.1 Half Colimn.i--- -------- -------- (. Third of Column ............ ..- 1J o Fourth of Column ................ 100 tI Cards, (occupying space of eight lines, or less,)-----------.....20 ( Obituary Noticee, Marriages. Pnulic Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisemnlnts. 7 Pers'inal arlds, when adlmissile harged dle th, usual a v:1erti se:nen~t s. NE...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 8 February 1871

I.. 11. LIOSSAT.I`..... .'..I. EDITOR ALEXANDRIA. LA. WEDXE«D.1Y... . FESIIIV.IRY 51h, 1IN1, iB KIND To ALL.-in our inlter course with our fiellow- nme, we in lshi,Uli ever be actuated by a spirit I' of kindness and love. We have l our troubles and trials, aknd, as we pass along through life, they multi- 0 ply and increase. Lile's pathway. h1 may be strewn wiih rses, but the N thorns are found( there also. How ti often is the spirit bowed beneltl tt the accumnulated burden of sorrow, o anxiety and care; and who, by ani utkbnd word or an unlfind act, woul crush the already overbur dcned spirit, or add another pang e to tile sadl and weary heart ? We ' little diain how delicately ortanl- i zed is the humalillin soul ; how much f it sympathizes with its earthly t tabernacle, an:d how slight an in fluence will operate on it, affi'etig t it for geod or evil, raising it to ha- ng piitess and. delight, or crushing it in misery aiild dlespair. Population is not decreasing I' everywheie. A ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 8 February 1871

OE BRIGHT TllCUGIIr OF ME. When other scenes shall meet tl.y gaze In srome flr distant cline, gdt pleaslures that are inalloyed sa'll ill lhy heart recline: T'heln I wonhtil h:ave one lit t le place li tleith t thN thigit f i t h.,i , Acul ktoV that otie t Il u;;1 r awan " y, .as one bright thought of ine. lWhen other smiles shall neam on thee, And other hearts sl:a II Lte. :t.n e:.tr eyes stall It ightly shine, Likte stall. that gi attl atto.' e: Th ll ! I ,', a"' ii ., ,til' lit.1,i 1 lace A'd k!t', ?!,''" 0'" titon;~:! fatr away, lils onel bi glilt thought of 1t1e. When I atipi: ess arletntd thy heart Her i st ,.s oi ll irti s ..ill t wine, Ait jtoinS sctnes shall eve live Tq" make the lift. su lih ne ; Tlhe" I vwolild hl:atvte ne little place iYittwat:: Itl t t . iu"ts.1 u( b le, Aail kuolw that oiln, tho:tgh far away, liaso utc right ti ought otf tne. Iiches vs. Poverty. There is no etllsying that there a me "troiyal rau:iils"' through existenlce f· r the upl'r chlatse; for ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 8 February 1871

11t i. ------------:---- Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, For Diseases of the Throat and Lungs, such as Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough, Bronchitis, Asthmnna, and Consumption. Probably never before in the whei.t i;istofr of medicine, ha, may thing won so i'kly an; i Eo deeply upon thle conlhien"e of hnukllintd, as this excellent remecdy for pullonary callelaints. Through along series of year-, ai1it suoing ;i0oFt of the races of tmen it has riteh higher Inld higher in their estimation, as it ha; become better known. Its uniformn character and pIower to cure the va rious affections of tile tnis alnd throat, have made it known as a reliable irotcctri : gainst them. While adat:lted to n:ildEr tform- ,f dlisase and to young children, i~s :tt the :ne tihre the most effectual lemledyi tlat can ie giveclu fort incip ient consumption, nit teIe dinger'ois tl'etions of the threat and lungs. As at plev ion ::-ganst siodden attacks of ( roup,. it :hulitd lie kept on hand in every ;tinily, anil indeed c:...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 15 February 1871

.]i -D A. BIOSSAT] TIE WORLD .IS G-OVERNED TOO 'IMUCO' . E 2 NDRIA LA. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1871. -~te fCV) s'llYn a t r Tý ýF1v.ýt3_T" pispu1is1het Week I' t ~VZ 1Y)!.t.lAt' Ite aiiii ti , LII IIFr. I,..dvauce at fTtr tlý( t 11 ,ýtl, 1L-I ,~lI tlVlll I *: 1 ii)' 1ual pecriod ttati Siý..'.Ilult :s. g * Tdir 1)i:»` ý27 i " 7C N l. ict tsihs r.tt, I ? : :st.L.: i l, i i Rt t ''1:. Et 't lin "s o~r let, cunrsti F1'; t ;1 t t , " rt:; f., ukvil:;g are oil] -----C,1\"! ------ ------ --- 3i~` i Cut Ta'lira oIf ('o1"n "'..·-..----- ·...' t:Ir f Cof ( nmoe - -1t (1 P 1 of vi!t ~ 0 rx ,::' . Publi. or ill,: . 4-tc.· to 11" 1ý1;1 ', ;, l; r i.,e nlt rtr.~ T1 PL " i D~:` : , ··~ ! -- -'1 i. i I trI 'iiii. Thu Iltia - Y'ec_ F . ew nE "''I!' \ C Lc""'x Slit. Ih, S~'nii li Need'e -and sews Ni it i'_P aii t!' ;ii I i I 1= l rut i th~ 141 C : (.):It-1u. 'S i ia I~Is iita ;ii 411+ l .ii - e si ' lo . i N "~ t~t 'I '~i t.i- 11 Every Mischii Wairrant d '1'hrle Years"'1 C~tiU anid see its 1,l'.rtu ...

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