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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 15 February 1871

ouistan letmocrat., E. I. BIOSS.T,........ EDITOR ALEXANDRIA, LA.. WEDESDIY,..... FEBRUARY 15th, 1871. LoNGLIVED.-The statistics of deaths at different ages in England and Wales, for the year 1868. show that there were 561 deaths register ed ot persons aged 96 years and up wards. Of these 561 persons, 178 were males and 383 females. Be tween them there were 63 persons, that is, 11 males and 52 females, who were a hundred years old and upwards. The oldest man was aged 111 and the oldest woman 114 It is stated that the registrars do not appear to have taken any steps to verify the representations as to the age of the persons returned as dying at these advanced ages. ag And yet another shooting in Rapides! F. I). R. Morgan, an old aind respected citizen of our par ish, was a few nights since called out fromnhis own house, on Flagon, and shot by one of a band of so-called regulators. Mr. Morgan is an old man, infirm in health atid never harmed any one. His wound is serious, though we h...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 15 February 1871

COB WEBS. p'th feet that filter as I go, ;.l slolwer st'"l, and yet ,ore slow, tip the .-ep stair I cl:iamnir, Ssas the sday dies dolwr thie Wuest, ,Ud night is lorn, and sombre guest, Snear the haunted chamber. stand before the silent door, p ~bsre love has cried "come in" before; To lift the latch my hand advances; 9 ook, I almost hope to see b na' face I loved look out to me jg With all its happy, old-time glances. o ohere on the door that once swung free, Each golden hour to welcomUe lne, 80ose grief or gladness bringing; In dusty shred:; that float and fall A Like a.rrow's shroud and cotfip pall, v The cobwebs old areclingig. a It me once more down the stair, ri i n ot, will not enter there: b SThe dost, flnating cobwebs chide me, a heir cortaius drawn befo,re the door That he ks n'y eotrance as before, Tlhatshdowy stillness, all deride me. t -y blinded eyes my feet are stayed, it gp heart is once more unafraid, My tears the shadows bapish;_ The cobwebs gathered on my heart By...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 15 February 1871

Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, ius For Diseases of the Throat and Lungs, such from ma Clrioughs, Coldmarsh, Whoopingmatc Cough, Bronchitis, Asthma, poisons.d Consuption As its rh'me impiles,|t does Cur+'° and does slOt Probfail. Containing neither Arsenic, Qutoe, of medich Zine, har any thing w on so widely an sous deeply upon the confidence of mankind, as this w,*eellent remedy fro pulnionary comlplaints. 'lhroug i alocig series of years, sail amnlog most i dtie races iI men it hlas uiseln higher and higher in the aire distriction, ars itas becomely betterkyond acoun. t ind iei elive wiharacout' and power to crel i the histor rio s ale ections of the lnge is an d throat, have maide it known as n reliable protector against thm. Whle adapted to milder forms ofe radisease tiid to voting cllilt ca el, it is at ther ame other rem host efetiual reiCdy is , eith canr resident in orip Fentor Clsiet iopla, nts, arising from toflectio 4Athe Lthroat andji longs. As a tprovision against isodden attac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 22 February 1871

gDWAR;D A.. EISSAT T WO- s I o r,.j TOO vo- T";.. VOLUME 26.} ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY.22, 1871. . R 2. TEI EP Iv S: ITHB DEMOCRAT" ispublisbhedWeek ly, at FIVE DOLLARS. per annum, TIIIiEE for six montlhs, pavyable in aldvnce No Subscription taken for a less period than Six Mouths. ADVaTI3fl'ENT3 inserted at the rate of $1 53 PEri sQ.ln for the first insertion an( '75 cumrs for each subse quent one.- Eight lines or less, consti trte a stquare. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: One Column...................... 300 00 Half Column..................., 175 on Third of Colimn ................ 130 00 Fourth of Column........ ....... 100 CO Cards, (occupying space of eight lines,orlcss,)................. 20 00 Obituary Notices, Marriages, Public LMeetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to bc paid for as advertisements. SPersonal cards, when adlmissible hargeddouble the usual ailvertisements. NEW ORLEANS UAiDS, The Weed F. F. Sewing Machine, Lock Stitch, Straight N...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 22 February 1871

o___ tat - Cmoc1rt. i. Il. B1OSST.T.. ...EDITOR ALEXANDRIA. LA. W!D'E DP, .... PEBRlUARY 22d, 1871. O-- D iYE.-.It is a hard word to speak. Some may laugh that it should be, but let them. Icy DE hearts are never kind. It is a word that has choked many an utterance, mind and started many tear. The hand with is clasped, the word is spoken, we urge part and are out on the ocean of it, n time- we go to meet again-wher"a bran God only knows. It may be soon, Chrir it may be never. Take care that To your good bye be not a cold one-- sa, it may be the last one you can give. tie I Ere you meet your friends again tolic Death's cold hand may have closed Bishe his eyes and chained his lips fore- or, d ever, Ah! he may have died think- forty ing you loved him not. Again, it :iesd may be a long separation. -Friends pose crowd on and give you their hands. bodi How do you detect in each good let bye the love that lingers there; nio gard and how may you bear with you riod the memory of, these partin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 22 February 1871

LENTEN THlOUGHTS. BY E. T. ppch me now the solemn season in our church's year From the glad fistival where chanting choir and white-robed priest Welcomned the now-born Christ, and An gels near Sang the glad anthem, "Peaoe on earth, good will to men !" gave we, with solemn ectasy, our Savior's footsteps followed, To this, the season of His passion, and now, with fasti:ng and with prayer, 1fnhlU, with reverence and awe, we fol low still the holy Son of God To sad Gethsemane-and, whenl con vralsed by more than human agony, We see Him sweat great drops of blood, and hear the pleading cry, "Oh, Father, let this cua pass from me!" Our petty woes, and griefs, and ills, Are allforgot-and. as strength is given i an of God, submissively He breathes - ,Thy will, not mine, be done !" Our hearts respond, Amen ! At last triumphant over Satan's wiles, the anguish in the garden past Calmly, without a pang, Ilo treads the thorny road to Calvary, Bearing His own cr**s. Nailed to the cru el wool, betw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 22 February 1871

MISCEIIJJXNE )U, l 1 Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, For Diseases of the Throat and Lungs, such as Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough, Bronohitis, Asthma, and Consumption. Probably never before in the whole history of nedicine, has any thing won so widely and so deeply upon the confidence of mankind, as this I excellent remedy for pulmonary complaints. Through a long series of years, and among most of the races of men it has risen higher and higher in their estimation, as it has become betterknouwn. Its uniform character and power to cure the va rious affections of the lungs and throat, have made it known as a reliable protector against them. While adapted to milder forms of disease and to young children, it is at the same time the most effectual remedy that can be given for incip ient consumption, and the dangerous affections of the throat and lungs. As a provision against sudden attacks of Croup, it bhould be kept on hand in every family-, and fndeed as all are sonie times subject to colds ani...

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

EIDVw A. BIOSSA T1 TICD WVORLD IS GOVEINED TOO II (PUBIS~I OLME 26. ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1., 1871. NUMBER 33. TSE DE~JOCRA iilihcLek iV. at 1 E ;I) .i t:-S pci* :uhi a, 'r r t~ for .s ai ith in ;iti-n N i -c. " ,-I-toil tha Siiirer Vt 1 1-·"1 h~~~ri .t ls .·r Si M~iujithiS AVnc21TI3~1Tý hsv:"tt, It th tulta af sja 5J ~ rt f, rttEf oriW IV tint iu;r~tiuh s to o rli. r. tls r "'a fli- l jH1If C~,lil'! l - I 1 - --------` T hird1 of l 'olc'Stii t lo l linetu a s,!l otr r~~ i *'l Ohitnory Noti- eC' MiArri'C", I' "ii H aeltin g, C: l't oI I I;ti s c t i pTid for as adciiI(nC.i- ls Fourth of l 'urtunid " -"J5, V l~l l l NEW ORTLEAN CS : 'T- i z j -1_ ~j a. " I4 Oct The Weed F, F Sewing Machine. Lo : Sliti. Srai:ht Nede--and sews i alike en both sitides.'' II DOES gathering and sewing on at same I Rra bined, Il)i) fioot i1 1an1 braider cmintllbed- I ~f will do all Iinds o0 t'mily, plantation 71d11 chinei;s the es:t ever introduced for tail- l;1 oring, aid our Ianlufacturig Mac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 1 March 1871

E . iOS. ... .... EDITOI been LEXAND, I, LA.. Ielhant - most WTED~ESDAY,.......... 31 il 1st 1971. Orl-a Prltichgcs, -- hued lion. John Lynch, Radical State Sen- been ater, a few days silice on tile ci te, The concerlting State Printing, made ( They fllowing statement ftl: Amounlilt of warrats 1aid rei to State Printetr nder good act No. 35, extra session abou Ft 1;70.......... ...... 125,000 00 Amount of certificates of may indebtedness isssued to lea' Stati Printer f( ac Aprilt 1, 1870, to February 20, 1871-................. 57,010 73 conm Amount of warrants issued It is to oflit.ial j o u r n a 1.s es thronughout the State under act No. 3,3 extra and session of 170.....--- . 12.5,000 00 pers Amount of wiarralnts paidl en in 1870 under the se cond section of act No. ly it 69 of extra session of al: 1870 ..-......--------- 63,931 31 Amount of certifircaes of to iud-ltedness issued to it. otlicial journacls tlhrought- uner out the State from April 1, 1x70, to Felnr- polt ary0, 71.....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 1 March 1871

TO .. TI eY F. T. TF Of te ýa" :lid happy ci( ! . I G pyi.; to 10o t ill \4ars i-.."+" : , None rU, :.:: t1 1e to I t hleir .g , Old fried, lbut you and I Son"0 are onored now and I: ihty, c 11'b.liun, L,"ti1 the sword and 14e1, With till ,ians guit oif genius ii lig 'c: te l,.arts of men .1' 1 no e (, toi - t!) read lifi's pathll ay rei Caolily, quietly along, fi. Sctekillg not tlhe fllsime homago Of thwe orila' deceitful thiolg. a till Over o! hirs. eartl 's leep Sorrows., 0t Like the dl. 1.141 . 11(u)11, lhave passed, ,,aving nIll,,ht lbut desnihltin- Drei ,, cfj 1 th bat cotuld not last. 11 ýi. Cone, w.ithin the quiie c4i0r(h1}:rd. ctw'eet 41 l,l'!. ,!ath the .:,tl. iln redh1ig nut oil th's c.il "M atul Ini: ts, sil For theLir spirits rest with lGod. in So, of thlt onctle lhaplpy ir1 It, iti W\e alell are h fi U, ti!l lo Of the jy hx hhh haiive deihprted, Aid ti!e fri. luis wio i lo\t'd so well. a cli A ,TnOv 111il l.S " t.I.Y-.Do."-The' si flllowiwg l,.ttr. n(Vr belore hihl!i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 1 March 1871

Ayer's Cathartic Pills, = A For all the purposes of a Laxative Midicine. Perhapsnoonemedi- TT( chic is so uuiversally t. ` requireid by every- . l" Ihodv as a cathartic, nor was ever any be fore so universally adopted into use, in T every country and "tils todd but cilicient _ purgative Pill. The _ - obvious reason is, thatitisamorerelia. TT - ble and far more ef fectual remedv than any other. Those who have tried it, know that it curei them those rho hiIve not knowthat it cures theirneighbors and friends; and all know that what it does once it does al vays - that it iever fails through any tiult or neg glcctofitscomposition. Wehvet'onstnds upon thoulandd ofcertificate., ofi theirearlrkatle cures ri of the forlo;ving complaints, but such cures are known- in every neighborhoo, and wo need not publish theo. Adapted to all agesi andonditions sn all climates; cotnining neither calomel noraivy 'l deleterious drug, they may be taken with safety / by anyvbody. Their sugar-coating preserv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 8 March 1871

AsZOsAW) mI+E woIRD IS GOVERNTED TOO MUiv O LUME 26.1 ALEXANPA, LA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1871. JNUMBEVRL m :I:: s S "S T$E DygDORAT" is published W'eek lr.at rlve; DOLL.aICS per ;rIunlrt, TTIl::E a:. -: Iont!O, ! 'ayabl.in advancet No fStr i tcii tak:c fur a less period than Sis Months. ~.~fy S3NTT3 inserted at the ratf $1 53) r':!: sr;un AiE for the first insr tion an!'75 'crNTS for each sutse i ',tIt o :n . l'ig t line: or less, co"n;ti t;at- a suare. The f.llowqing are our rates to yarly Advecrtisers : OneColF nn .-- .----. ------. -- - . 300 00 Half Coliinhti------ ------ ---- --- Third of liiunuil.----..---. ---....0 pjuith of t' 'oln: n --------------------) -- lairtl of tUII.i. I t trds, (ote l uig i S1'::'e" " c' ' lines,or lics,)---..-. . ' Obituary N:;titce, Marriniges . lh!ict lieetings, C(trds of Tha:nl;s, etc., to h,. paid fo s advertisimenuts. f Pr'a:tl carls, when admi::sihl har",e.d b.!: ri ta:n .t l.:: riseno nir. -.., 1 at . ,, , l,_ 11_ - , i -7 ` :.. "" "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 8 March 1871

wouwiurna ~Emuctit. ...1aT~lt If tl E. R. B1OY3SA'V-·- . El:)ITOII~sts ALEXAND1RIA. LA. met al last, t y i1WXIy..... - ...'t RCfl 8th 1871. the pr ' The Leousiiia Legislature a-d- Th journed inst night sine die-the Senate et in at half past 10 o'el Andthe House one, a .at a quarter -to II o wihek. e The appropriation bill, with a few have amendments, passed both Houses alwe ha short time befote its adjournl ents, as will b dil also a number of other bills ema- wholb braced in what was known as the om- wvhicl nibus bill. ever The Ship Island bill, after a des- laid perate and long protracted .utriggle in cratii the House, was finally rejected. I.epr The closing hours of the Senate, al- in th though somewhat boisterous at times, more ,ere calm and peaceful as compared o Swithl those in the IHlouse, where for ty honp before the adjournment pan- alre demonium ;seemed to have broken beri loose, After the adjournment of the House whic a "third house" was organized. attend- tion: ed by &...

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

1 ha'} one, a ~1arsliki dlian:ond. gaIn l ieb. e g''ant andl rare, of i yithin a s mall frail ('asket-- e I iea.rd the geml with care. mit Another is a coarser stone, But cut with careful hand;{ illove as pulre and clear and bright, AS any i' the laud. abt The third, a lovely ruby, But Flashing with titfid light, wat liaking biight al, glad lilt's morning- bud Illumining its night. N The fourth, I scare ear, name it, For in the Savior's crown It glows with Heavenly splendor, tool 'Though I claim it as my own. foul Anb wit these my precious jewels, pus I've wealth bevond compare, t'ie Though my walk in life be humble, the Nor gay the robes I wear. ali 1 And not a gem my Father gave and Could untold riches buy, For they shall shine where wealth is not, In realms beyond the sky. Inni LINES, fast BY II. I. WILD'E. the nlnd My life is like the Summer rose fft That opens to the morning sky, tl Bat ere the shades of evening close, te Is scattered on the ground-to die ! frla Yet on the ros...

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

-'.1' AA '1"1U L , ' -- .. r"'l P . " - " r , .:,i i.: `t". i sr Nmnr at 1115 stair" j,-;, 1- & : O , `. ` ,r W. 1, . . ... . .. "ilm'l '",' 1IES. Iti"n e- h n I . ' - .? i ,* , 1. ,' .:.ante, ,tr- T o "t h j , ...... Ayer's Cathartic Pills, For all the- purposes of a Laxative Perhapsnoonemedl clue is souniversally body as a cathartic, nor was ever any be- f .. fore so universally t adopted into use, in every country and s y aourall classes, as " " this mild but effiient purgative Pill. The obvious reason is, that it i3 a more relia ble and far more ef- * r fectual renicdy than any other. Those who have tried it, knaw that it cured themy thoee who have ot know tha:t it tures thleirncighbor and friends; an0, .all know that what it does once it does a ways - that it never fails throughll :ni fault or neg glcst olrits conpositionl. We have thousatls upon tho!nisslIS of certifcates of theirremarkablecures of the following conmplaints, but such cures are knwn in every neighborhood,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 15 March 1871

ED~TARLD A. BIOSSAT] 'IE WOPLD IS G-OVERN ED TOO MSTUCII IPTULISIE14 VOLUME 26.} ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 1871. iNUMBER 35. lIT DEMOCSRAT" is publiished Week ly. at FIVn D)oI.LAItS per annum, Tritri for sic kto:Ith+, p1yahle in advanco No Sbs.cription taken for a less period than Six 3Ionths. AD igirT 3fl1 3AtT3 inserted at the rate orfl1 5') pea squ.tARl for the first insrtio'n an'd 75 cev:rs for each subse qtlnt tone. Eight lines or less, consti tate a s'aro. The fodlowing are our rates to yearly Advertisers: One Colnmn...........-----------. $300 00 HTalf Colmnlll ................... 175 00 Third of (olltmn -...............-. :10o 0 Fourlth of Coltumn ............, 100 00 Cards, (occuipying space of eight lines, or lss, ) .................. 20 00(' Obitnry ' ,lices, M1arriages, lullic Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to bh paid for as advertisements. r- 'p r emtl cards, wlh'n admissible ......... ril t,:, .1. Si-ml, lalrl :ulvert i s oetslg~ll f . NEW ORLEANS 0ID....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 15 March 1871

E. R. BIOSS.AT, ...... EI)ITOIl ALEXANDRIA, LA.-. WEDNESDAY, ....... M1RCH 1ith 1871. NOTICE. ME EMBERS of PACIFIC FIRE CO:M PANY No. 1 are requested to meet at their Hall, in full unifrm, on MONDAY, APRIL 3d, at 71 o'clock. A strict attendance is requested, as tie election of oflicers will take placp By order of W. S. RIDGE, W. J. ROGERS, 'Foreman. Secretary. Marro 15, 1871-3t. LEARN A.LL YOU CAN.--NICVr omit Const an opportunity to learn all you can. crcast Sir Walter Scott sai iat even in a $25,01 stage coach, he alw, s found some It wil body who could tell him somcthing he notWi did not know. Conversation is fre- charg quently more useful than books for the deb purposes of knowledge. It is therefore ed in a mistake to be morose and silent, among persons whom you think ignor- was aht, for a little sociability on your of do part will draw out, and they will be suppi able to teach you something, no mat- least ter how ordinary thier employment. ing u indeed, some of the most sagaci...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 15 March 1871

Saving California. gTRULY LOYAl, HISTORIAN TELLS HOWV NARROWLY THE STATE ESCAPED SE CESSION. There came, one day, to our good President a imessag o that caus.ed his cheek to pale and his great heart to beat quick with apprelenusion. This was the message-short as it was omi nons: "There is treason on Alcatraz." Alcatraz is the name of the island and fort that guards the Golden Gate and commands the.harbor and city. of San Francisco. It is a rock of a few acres in extent, rising perhaps, fifty feet above the surface of the water. The fort is the Gibraltar of America, as much stronger than Sunter or or Pickens as solid rock is stronger than brick noud mortar. Its commander at this time ,s Albert Sidney Johnson. The force under his command consisted of but a few companies. The Pacific coast was strongly Democratic. Its population consisted largely of immigrants from the slave States, who retained an in tensely Southern feeling and sympa thy, embittered by the fact that the great State o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 15 March 1871

MISGELLI NEUUS, \LEXA A STT( La W atchmak;rs aal Jewelers Waltches, r!likS, Jewelry, Sil'vcr nd Pla SP'ECTACLES AND ,ANCY GOODS. " S ,p stai srin: .G".:NS F"OR rPOIAK & SON, N. Y., W. GENUINE 3. 1 LtSCH II PYIPES. ittor N. .-- A! : Goods .otld warrantedl as re- C priset d. March i. 1,71-tf. - ;Sep Ayer's Cathartic Pills, - For all the purposes of a Laxative Medicine.At Perhapsnoonemedi* clue is so universally required by every body as a cathartics nor was ever anybe fore so universally adopted into use, in every country and among all classes, as this mild but efficient purgative Pill. The Obvious reason is, that it is a more relia ble and far-more ef fectual remedy than any other. Those who have tried it, know that it curi, them; those who have not, know that it cures their neigibors and friends; and all know that what it doce once it does al- I( ways - that it never fails through any fault or neg glectof its composition . We have thousands upon thousands of certilicatei of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 22 March 1871

_- he.____________ __I I I __ __... . -g . , , ,, - . . ... . . . .. . . . . . . EWA.D A. 'BIOSSAT. TE WORLD IS O-OV'ED TOO M:TO CP VOLUME 26.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1871. NU.MBER3~. T ER, L -S: g DEMOCRAT" ispublished Week ly, at FIVE DOLLARS per anuam, THREE for six mlnths, payable in advance No dultiription taken for a less period than Six Months. ADEaTIE-ENT3 inserted at the rate of $1 53 PER SQUARE for the first iasarti.nl and 75 CENrT for each subse quent one. Eight lines or less, consti tato a sqltare. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: One Column ..................... $300 00 Half Column.................. 175 00 Third of Collu.................... 130 GO Fourth of Colnmn ............. 100 C00 Cards, (occunpying space of eight lines, or less,) .................. 20 00 Obituary Notices, Marriages, Public Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. f Personal cards, when admissible bIarged l-,uble the usual advertiso...

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