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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 26 April 1871

T. 1R. BIOSS.AT,........ EDITOR ALEXANDRIA, LA." "TED"ESD)AY,......... APRIL 261h 1871. Packet Departures. The B. L.']Hodge No. 2, John Heinn, Master, leaves for New Orleans this day at 12 M. The Iron Steamer John T. Moore, Captain W. T. Boardman, leaves for New Orleans to-morrow at 10 A. M. OUR OTHEEs.-round this idea of one's mother, the mind of a man clings with fond affection. It is the first deep thought stamped upon our infant hearts when yet soft and cap able of receiving the most profound impression, and the after feelings of the world are more or less light in comparison. Even in our old age we look back to that feeling as the sweets we have through life. Our passions.and our willfullness may lead us far from the object of our fil ial love; we learn even to pain her heart, to oppose her wishes, to vio late her commands; we may become w~ild, head-strong and angry at her counsels or opposition; but when death has stilled her monitory voice, and nothing but still memory's re ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 26 April 1871

The Democracy in 1872, The Editor of the New York Tribune 0 beholds the shadow of defeat resting u upon his black party, and thus gives p utterance to his bitter forebodings: We can hardly conceive of any great- s er political mischief than that which s wrould probably arise from a general ,Democratic" triumph next year. It seems to all of us now impossible, yet such1 a political revolution would hard ly be greater than the very decided p one of 1840. This is really a confession that the end of the negro reign approaches. Bat it is a mortifying fact that, while the Mongrel party is dissolving, there i are som, who call themselves Demo eratS, who insist that the Democratic party must take from the sinking ship of 0iongrelism nearly all the despotic i and revolutionary measures which these incomprehensible scoundrels have sought to fasten upon the govern- e meant of our country. The Democratic a National Convention of 1868 pronounc ed all the so-called reconstruction measures "unconst...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 26 April 1871

MISCELJ ANEUIUS, XLEXA AT' LB E& G TSON, rATTOR Rapides a 4 TTO!I TTO] ;M; B rick sto A TTOI -.  1 ria, ATTOI A Pub Watchmakers and Jewelers, DEALERS IN ATT ( Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and Pla- - ri, led Ware, SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS. TTO up stair: SOLE AGENTS FOR POLLAK & SON, N. Y., W. T GENUINE MERSCHAUM PIPES. ittorn N. B.-All Goods sold warranted as re- T O presented. March 1, 1571-tf. Sept. CHARLES A. DANA. Editor. Shae gtollax Weuex . O"s Sept. A Newspaper of the Present Times. Intended for People Now on Earth. Including Farmers. Mechanics, Merchants, Pro fessional Men, Workers, Thinkers, and all AMan ner of Honest Folks, and the Wives, Sons, and Daughters of all such. ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR I Feb. ONE BUNDRED COPIES FOR 850, Or less than One Cent a Copy. Let there be a $50 Club at every Post Office. A gEMI-WEEKI4Y SUN, S' A YEAR, of the same size and general character as Febt THE WEEKLY, but with a greater variety of imiscellaseous readtnr, and furnishing t...

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

A,, BIOSSAT THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH. VOLUME 26.- ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1871. INUMBER 42. T.E DDM'RdAT" isputhlislhedWeek ly. at FIVI:y IOLLAs per t;:Iuluni, Ti'l:uE f:r six monitIs, p:tVable in advancue No Sa! eriptiofn takeni for a. less period than Six Months. A,3 "ITI39E EVNT3 inserted at the rtite of $1 53 pr:I ~QCAlE for the first insertion:)and 75 c rx rs for each suhse qi-'t o0:1. Eidht lines or less, consti tute a squn+re. The following are our rateo to yearly Advertisers: Oeolun--................---------- 0 00 Half Col nttt .................... 75 o Third of Columnl .--------------- 1:~0 30 Fourth of Colun-...--------------100 (0 Cards, (occupying space of eight lines,orless,).................. 20 0 O Obituary Notices, 3I:rriages, Pouli Meetincgs, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. 1 Pers'nal cards, when admissible arged l l.thle the nusual advertisements. NEW ORLEAN3 CU tDus _. W. H ROGERS WITIH I R. SPRQO1LE & MoCOW.N, 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 3 May 1871

T. II. BIOSSAT........ E1.)ITOR ALEXANDRIA. LA. W EED1ESDAY ............I11 3d, 1871. Packet Departures. Th'le B. L. Ilodge No. 2, John Ileiun, Master, leaves for New Orleans this I day at 12 MI. The Iron Steamer Julohn T. Moore, Captain W. T. Boardman, leaves for i New Orleans to-morrow at 10 A. 'M. O Our Fire men's Cilebration, I As we hinted Jast week, the Anniver sary celebration of Pacific Fire Coml pany, joined, on special invitation by I Stonewall Hook and Ladder Company I came off on Tuesday the 25th ult. The day was not one of the finest, but still did not mar in the least the procession. The ceremonies were aptly inaugura ted by the presentation of a beautiful banner, froml the Ladies, through Win. A. Seay, Esq. His remarks were real ly appropriate and neatly expressed. The.Foreman of the Pacifies, John A. Williams, accepted the guerdon and thanked them for it. After these ceremonies the proces sion was formed yimd soon started to the tread of fine music, to parade the str...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 3 May 1871

Lee After Gettysburg. "s sCENE THAT A IIISTORICAL PAINTEIR 311G lIT W\ELL IMJIORTI.LIZE." When nigh t close:l upon the grand scene, our army was repulsed. Silence and gloom ller'vadedl our campnls. VWe kne"w that the day lhad gone against us, but the extent of the disaster was not known except in high quarters. The carnage of the day was reported to Iave been frightful, but our army was not in retreat, and we all surmised that with to morrow's dawn would come a renewal of the struggle ; and we knew that if such was the case those who had not been in the fight would have their fallshare in the honors anid the dan gers of the next day. All felt and ap preciated the momentous consequences of fiual defeat or victory on that great field. These considerations made that, to 0s, one of those solemn and awful nizts that every one who fought through our long war sometimes ex perienced before a great battle. Few camp-fires enlivened the scene. It was a warm summer'snight, and the weary soldie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 3 May 1871

LVI & FERGU ONj Watchhmakers and Jewalers. Watches. Clarks, Jewelry, Silver and Pitt led Ware. SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS. sOoL AGEI'rNTs FORl POLLAK & SON, N. Y., GENUINE MERSCIKHU I PIPES. N. B.-All Goods sold warranted as re presented. March 1, 1871-tf. CHArLES A. DA~SA. Editor. he Polltav ietc hly fun. A Newspaper of the Present Times. Intended for People Now on Earth. Inc!ading Farmers. Mechanics, Merchants, Pro teslonal Men, Workers, ThitnkLrs, an all 1Man ncr of Honest Folks, and the Wive,, Sons, and iaughtcra of all such. ONLY ONE DOLLAUL A YEAR I ONE EIUNDIED COPIES FOI, S0. Or less than One Cent a Copy. Let there be a $150 Club at every Post Oilice. SE3II-WVEEKLY SUN, S9 A YEAR, of the same silz and general character as THE WEEKLY, bhut with a greater variety of _ miscellaneous reading, and furnishing the new3 to its suDscribers with gi eater freshness. because It comes twice a wcck insteal of once only. THE DAILY SUN, $3 A YEAR. A preeminently rnad:adhe newspape...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 10 May 1871

"-"  , u&z *·.;--'.r-- 1·1; ' ·' •-; ' ~ C+·:6 , '· ., . ' : / - ,i :J . .. .. .......:. --- - .!- - -- -- ` T -._ - - " --,:- " e'---*- - B. A, BIOSSAT THE WORLD IS. GOVERNED TOO MUCH, VOLUME 26.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., EDNESDAY, 10, . . N MBE W E N D "" '"'" " _  m,,mmunm m m m~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ mm: · m m n ml m mn.mn ~ ml n l mm. m lm m ' .,'  ' -_ ........ . . ..... ............. ....... "- -_ ! ......... .. ..... m mmm ,,.,m mm ", I '-'- "   ' E0gf DDMOCRAT" is published WVeek ly.at pIVE DOf.LARIS per annum, TIlr:E for six montlis, payable in ad-vance \o Subscription taken for a less period than Six Months. dAVyVTIIMNT3 inserted at the rate of $1 53 PErr SQUARE for the first ijsartion and 75 cNTrs for each subse qaent one. light lines or less, consti tate a square. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: 0.teColumn ............. .... $3 00 a:hlf Colmn-- ...----------------... . 75 (: Third of Column ................. 130 U(i Fourth of Coluuln....... ....... ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 10 May 1871

B. R. BIOSSAT,........ EDITOR ALEXANDRIA, LA.' WEDNESDAY,.......... MAY 10th, 1871. MASS MEETING II S31ASS MEETING OF THE CIT izens of the Parish will be held on SATURDAY, the 20th of MAY, 1871, without respect to race, color or party proclivities, to take into consideration the impending ruin about to result from .unconstitutional and enormous taxation. The meeting will be ad dressed by eloquent orators. Packet Departures. bori The B. L. Hodge No. 2, John Heinn, end Master, leaves for New Orleans this Mol day at 12 M. tim The Iron Steamer John T. Moore, the Captain W. T. Boardman, leaves for was New Orleans to-morrow at 10 A. M. clia The Crlsps, wee frie Since our last, a scant minority thil of our people have availed them- to 1 selves of the rare chance of witness- ba( ing the legitimate drama performed mit well, admirably well; and the large org majority who have remained at dar home deserve to be-well we'll tiol omit the balance and only say, that nat we envy them not and are no...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 10 May 1871

iTHE DEMOCRATIC ADDRESS. c The Democrats in Congress have is seed the following address: g: TO TIIE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES. A Our presence and official duties at to Washington have enanled us to be- ni come fully acquainted with the actions " and designs of those who control the u Radical party, and we feel called upon it to utter a few words of warning t against the alarming strides they have made toward centralization of power in the hands of Congress and the exec utive. The time and attention of the .adical leaders have been almost wholly devoted to devising such legis- tl lation as will, in their view, best pre- St serves their ascendency; and no re- of gard for the wise restraints imposed i by the constitution has checked their reckless and desperate career. H The President of the United States has been formally announced as a le candidate for re-election. The dec larations of his selfish supporters have 1 been echoed by a subsidized press, and I the discipline of party ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 10 May 1871

MISCiLL-~NOUS,, -, UI Watchma kers and Jewalers. DEA.LEPS IN Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and Pla ted Ware, SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS. SOLr.E AGENTS FOR POLLAK & SON, N. Y., GETUINE MERSCIIAUIM PIPES.; i N. B.-All Goods sold warranted asre presented. March 1, 1871-tf. CHAI.LE3 A. DANA, Editor. A Newspaper of the Present Times. Intended for People Now on Earth. Including Farmoes. Mechanics. Merchants, Pro tessional Men, Workers, Thinkers, and all Man - ne of Honest Folks, and the Wives, Sons. and Daunghters of all such. ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR I ONE HUNDRED COPIES FOIR 30, Or less than One Cent a Copy. Let there be a $50 Clnub at every Post Ofce. SEMI.WEI LY SUN, 2 A YEAR, of the same stza and general character as THE WEEKLY, but with a greater variety of miscellaneous readIng, and furnishing the nsaw to its subserlbers with greater freshness. because It comes twice a wee: tInstead of once only. THE DAILY SUN, $0 A YEAR. A prctmtnentlv readable newspaper, with the Iarrcst cl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 17 May 1871

E,.A, BIOSSAT THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH, PUBLISEER VOLUME 26.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1871. INUMBER 44. TaE DEMOCRAT" ispublished Week ly, at FIVE I)oLL.IuS por Iauttinlll, T1'IREE for six months, payaPble in advance No Sutbscciption taken for a loss period than Six Months. AD7 7UI3EEMENT3 inserted at the rate of $1 50 PER SQiARE for the first insertion and 75 cgsrs for each subse quent one. Eight lines or less, consti tLte a squaro. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: One Column ..................... $300 00 Half Column......... -.........-- ---- 175 00 Third of Column...............- 130 00 Fourth of Column ............... 1 00 Cards, (occupying space of eight lines,orloss,)................ 20 00 Obituary Notices, Marriages. Public Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisemenuts. i' Personial cards, when admissible barged dIlble the usual advertisements. NEW ORLEANS ARDS. >P. PJ D BUCK'S BRILLIANT c II OVER ALL OTHER E IFOLLO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 17 May 1871

pouistrua crrnorr E. I. BIOSSAT,.. ..... EDITOR ALEXANDRIA, LA. WEDNESDAY,............ Y 17th, 1871. MASS MEETING!! A MASS MEETING OF THE CIT izens of the Parish will be held on SATURDAY, the 20th of MAY, 1871 without respect to race, color or party proclivities, to take into consideration the impending ruin about to result from unconstitutional and enormous taxation. The meeting will be ad dressed by eloquent orators. Packet Departures. The B. L. HIodge No. 2, John Heiun, Master, leaves for New Orleans this day at 12 31. The Iron Steamer John T. Moore, Captain W. T. Boardman, leaves for New Orleans to-morrow at 10 A. 31. UCCL- - *----C~~ Preparation is Eloquence. In one of the debates in Congress, which suddenly called Daniel Web ster to his feet, he made a brief, but quite eloquent without any opportu nity for previous preparation. In the-course of his remarks he threw out the following sentence, which has ever since been admired as one of the most harmonious and expres sive in th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 17 May 1871

e lextinguishable Vitality ofire~! . the Democratic Party. can I - tic 1 If one had easy access to the files of pres nrouinent Republican journals for the ago ears1863-4-5, he might compile from "I' tlew a curious body of extracts illis- of tl tating thie vanity of political propheo- now des. It was said and re-echoed, with Hari endless repetition and every variety of Col traseologv, that the Democratic par- cam Swas a" dog that had had its day. usu here a'as no paper which so constant Srang the changes upon this text as they tlieNer York Times, then a jonrnal of and thi cnnsidcration, which had not get non sank into the empty brawle. and com-tion Donacold it has become since Mr. Ray- has mood's death. That journal, noa eleci brandd as a reckless libeller by its tos eanbdiean conttruporaries, was then our rep able, and it was possible to no- ub ticspwect appiared in its columnns with ut a descent from the decencies and Den courtesies of journalism At present, The thcre is no person...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 17 May 1871

MISCELLXNEOU1S, AL LbVIN & F ERGUS ON, A Br A Watchmakers and Jewelers. )ln:.Al.ERS IN' Watches, Clo:ks, Jewelry, Silver and Pla ted Ware, SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS. ip SOLRE AGENTS FOR POLLAK & SON, N. Y., Lv GENUINE 3IERSCHAU3I PIPES. N. B.-All Goods sold warranted as re presented. March 1, 1871-tf. CIAIILES A. DANA. Editor. Zhe ollar Meekly $un. A Newspaper of the Present Times. Intonded for People Now on Earth. Including Farme:s. Mechanics. Merchants, Pro fessional lMen, Workers. Thlukers. and all Man ner of Honest Folks, and the Wives, Sons, and Daughters of all such. ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR ! ONE HUNDRED COPIES FOR 830. Or less than One Cent a Copy. Let there be a $50 Club at every Post Office. SERI-WEEKLY SUN, 92 A YEAR, or the some eize and general character as THE WEEKLY, but with a greater variety of miscellaneous reading, and furnishing the news to its sunscribers with greater treshness. because it comes twice a week instead of once only. THE.DAILY SUN, S6 A YEAR...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 24 May 1871

___ !isift iieiuo B, A. BIOESAT THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCI H VOLUME 26.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1871. iMBER 45. TH3E DEdoCRAT" ispublisheedWeek ly. at FIVPr D:LLXI1S per annum, TI.nIrE fr six mouths, p ty:lale in advauco No sab5cription taken for :t less period than Six Months. ADAT1-3.1MNT3 inserted at the r.it of $1 53 PElt SQUARE for the first inu3rtion and 75 cENTS for each suhse quant one. Eight lines or less, cousti tait a sular." The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: O0aeColrtmn ..----- ------ ------ $300 00 IHalf Column....--- ------ ---- ---- 1075 Third of Column................ ----- :00 Fourth of Column............... - 100 00 Cards, (occupying space of eight lines,orless,)..........-----------------........0 00 Obitnary Nitices, Marriages. Public Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. t P.PrT!Inl ca:rds, when admissible harged ul mble the usual advert isements. NEW ORLEANS CARD~.S. , - s en Ge SUFFICIENT PROO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 24 May 1871

ORuisulrnl fiUxOvM. IE. R. BIOSSAT,........ EDITOR ALEXANDRIA, LA." WEDNESDAY,........... MAY 21th, 1871. Packet Departures. The B. L. Hodge No. 2, John Heinn, Master, leaves for New Orleans this day at 10 A. M. The Iron Steamer John T. Moore, Captain W. T. Boardman, leaves for New Orleans to-morrow at 10 A. M. Men Who Win Women. Nature has so made the sexes that women, like children, cling to men; lean upon them as though they were superior in mind and body. They make them the suns of systems, and their children revolve around them. Men are gods if they but knew it, and women are burning incense at their serines. Women, therefore, who have good minds and pu r e hearts, want men to lean upon. Think of their reverencing a drunk ard, a liar, a fool or libertinel If a man would have a woman to do him homage, he must be manly in every sense; a true gentleman, not after the Chesterfield school, but polite, be cause his heart is full of kindness to all; one who treats her with respect, ev...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 24 May 1871

Oliver P. Morton. is t plia If anything could convince us of the "W existence of the Ku-Klux, it would be Ket Senator Mortou's dread of that orgalni- An( -ation, and his repeated bewildering Doc descriptions of those midnight dread ful enemies of the Republic. For "themo great war Governor" knows how it is Gei himself. lie is a born conspirator. Ie Me knows how to "put up jobs," and ofI bow tohave them found out by the hi right parties, so that all the reward lig .,ill accrue to Iiimself, and all the sus- the picion be averted from him. Hence, Gr; if there be any truth in the old adage N1 of setting a thief to catch a thief, Mor- ow i,,n is the m:an, of all ot.Jers, to find out me Ku Klux, and to c:ackle obstroperously tor over the discovery. He is the man an, wlho invented the Knights of the Gol- ho' den Circle, and made himsell Governor nfl nnt1 Seantor thereby. lie is the man his ,,t married Indiana with detectives ieP pod spies, until tie State was like Pa Paris under the Commun...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 24 May 1871

MISC ELLN EUUS, __ ALl LAIN & FERGUSON' Blrig Watchmakers and Jewelers, Watches, Clo:ks, Jewelry, Silver aud Pla- A ted Wiare, SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS. ,1A SOLE AGENTS FOR I'OLTL.\K & SON, N. Y., GENUINE MEI.SCHAUM3 PIPES. It N. 1B.-All Goods sold warranted asrc presented. March 1, 1871-tf. -----. - - CIJARLLES A. DANA. Editor. ?he to lat x W eckl t . A Newspaper of the Present Times. Intended for People Now on Earth. Including Farmers. Mechanles, Merchants, Pro fessional Men, Workers. Thinkers, and all Man rer of Honest Folks. and the Wives, Sons. and Daanhterd of all such. ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR ! ONE HUNDRED COPIES POR 5. - Or less than One Cent a Copy. Let there be a $50 Club at evwry'Post Office. SEMI-WEEKLY SUN, S6 A YEAR, of the same also aol general charaeter as THE WEEKLY, but with a greater variety of miscellaneons readine, and furnishing the news to its sabscribets with greater freshnlmess. because It comes twice a week instead of once only. THE DAILY SUN, $...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 31 May 1871

,A, Bi.SAT THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH. VOLUME 26.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA.; WEDNESDAY, MAY 31., 1871. TTg DEIMOCRAT" is published Week Iy,at FIVE DOLLARS per annu11-,l1REE fors'months, payable iu advancoe No Sub s tin o taken for a less period than C Sig ths. A AVg S NTI [E NT3 inserted at the 1 rate of $1 50 PERl SQUARE, for the first insertion and 75 CENTS for each subse quent one. Eight lines or less, consti tate a square. The following are our i rates to yearly Advertisers: OneColumn..................--- - 00 Half Column.....--..........----------...-- Third of Column ..---------------- 10 c Fourth of Column...---------------100 (0 Cards, (occupying space of eight lines, or less,).---------------- Obituary Notices, Marriages. Public Meetinugs, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisemeints. i* Perr'i ,nal cards, t hon admissible ..rdll <dhle , the us:ul adverti sonlellts. NEW ORLEANS CuMIYS. peilod N--o Co patron ern pe BJONA 1). .11 J. S. ] Geller: FFIC -or- P. S . BU...

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