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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 31 May 1871

-E. It. BIOSS AT,.........EDITOR ALEXANDRIA, LA. WEDNESDAY,..........MAY 3st, 1871. Packet Departures. The B. L. Hlodge 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. CoUNTBY vs. Towx.-A pregnant fact,'to which a cotemporary calls at tention, is that from the beginning of our Government, nearly all of our really great political leaders have been men who were not bred in cit ies. Washington, all the Adams' Jefferson, Madison, Clay, Jackson, Calhoun, were farmers, and a large majority of our most eminent public men have been addicted to agricul ture. Great cities have had next to no influence in our politics; and the same is true of the politics of Great Britian. These two countries have preserved their freedom because they have thus far been protected from the blighting curse of centralization. London though both the political and the commercial metroplis of Gr...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 31 May 1871

Jlarriage on Probation. sac: mu BY GRAY DAVE. ma, ma LTRIMONIIAL COPARTNFERSHIP. Ti London: Married at St. Paul's cathredral Wednesday, March 23d, A 187-, by the Rev. J. N. Peters, for a period of ten years, Emma C. daugh- Le ter of Lawrence D. Coldwater, to rac rits TIIgh Warmspring, of Manson wI square,'Queensroad. '1 This in a few months is to be legal ble form to matrimony in Great Britian. tw( Le ILondon Globe of a recent es) date (whose authority in the premi- Slr ses we will not question) informs its a si readers that reports are current to vie the effect that a member of Parlia- bui imet is on the eve of introducing a ane bjjlegalizing marriages for a limi- the ted period. id Unfortunately, the name of the bu distinguished member is withheld, we as it deserves to be proclaimed to all cat throughout the land. Still in fancy di, we have read it, carried in golden text, over the topmost niche in the tfl world's Pillar of Fame-which like thi our city cars, "contains room al- t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 31 May 1871

MISCELLANEUUS, 1 ALE RI .. . tgIN & FERGUSON Watchmakers and Jewelers. DEALERSI IN Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and Pla ted Ware, SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS. A bpi SOLE AGENTS FOR POLLAK & SON, N. Y., W. GENUINE MIERSCHAUMI PIPES. •t N. B.-All Goods sold warranted asre presented. March 1, 1871-tf. S ___ AA CHArLES A. DANA, Editor. h1t gllar We th x w. C A Newspaper of the Present Times. Intended for People Now on Earth. Including Farmers. Mechanlcs, Merchants, Pro. fessional Men, Workers. Thinkers, and all Man ner of Honest Folks, and the WIves, Sons, and Daughters of all such. ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR I ONE HUNDRED COPIES FOR 650, Or less than One Cent a Copy. Let there be a $50 Club at every Post Office. SEMI-WEEKLY SUN, $2 A YEAR, of the same elze and general character as THE WEEKLY, but with a greater variety of - miscollaneous readina, and furnishing the news to its snbsribers with greater freshness. because it comes twice a week Instead of once only. THE DAILY SUN, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 7 June 1871

I A. IOSSAT THE WORLD I I GOVERNED TOO MUCH, PUBIJHER VOLUMIE 26.} ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 187i1. NUMBER 47. V O U M 2. .a~, , ..i '.-' lf":" l$llmm !|. IlB THf D ItC RAT" ip.iublishedWeVek Ih. at IVIYc DOLLkA'::z per annumtu, 'riII:': f,rsix soths pay-abl. in advance No S;jb)riMtion taken for a less period than Six Months. 8A73-7i 'v437T3 inserted at the rte of $1 53 rF:: s(u.1Le for the first .insertion and 75 cNTrs for each subse qinat one. Eight lines or less, consti tats a sal''tre. The following are our ratA3 to yearly .Advertisers: One Colum:un.......-- .......... $0 0 Half Co ll --................- -- 5.. { Third of Column ---...------------- ]:i ( Fourth of Column111 ..... ....... 100 CO Cards, (occupying space of eight lines,orless,)............-------- . 20 00 Obituary 'Notices, .Marriages. Public Ifeetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. - Perou:a cards, when admnissibl chargid double'the usual advertisements. PROFESSIONAL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 7 June 1871

. . l, IOSSAT.... .... EDITOR ALEXANDRIA, LA." IEEDBNESD.IY,..........JUNE 7th 1871. Packet Departures. The B. L. IHodge 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. 31. TALE-BEARING AND SCANDAL. Where no wood is the fire gooth out and where there is no tale-bearer the strife ccaseth.- [Proverb. Even when remarks are repeated, -word for word, at second hand, with out any design to misrepresent, it is seldom that their original spirit is pre served. So much depends upon the manner of the author and the circum stances under which his language was used, upon what he had previously said upon the same matter by way of introduction and upon what he may have afterwards said by way of expla nation or amendment, that to repeat his remarks to others becomes mis chievous. Looks, tones and gestures may change the spirit of what was said, perhaps, in mere badinage; a pleas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 7 June 1871

We are Fassing Away- Forgottrn . BY J. n. CUlDIFF. Prof tised t " r .t|gfromn A Eerthing human or inlllluman r, 187 .nimate or inanimate, ihat dwells 0or tltri,l eaxits upon earth, points to those as ' truthful words, "~Ve are pasing rik at -- The rich and poor, the young t and old, the learned and iliterte, the it,,i` hio and low, the happy and unhappy, i alread t e g .and. sadthe ,goodand bad, all to Piro allth are ing awa." The falling re te leat ofthe mighty foiest, that is swapt far from its native tree by the antunm- whet ital gales, speaks to us of the fact.- lend . ile dried aric withered grass upon the , st diesnt Ihills proclaims it. The crushed rplies fistaaded rose, that but a few days ness a age, as lovely with its blooming go if frig.9, and whose sweetness was 'i fe ed past upon the morning breeze, lallas tell it. The fierce and destructive ed int atorms, that rise and hurl their fury in 11 and poor out their venom as though two b thean re nmaddened, reminds us of it...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 7 June 1871

AIISIELL.SNEOU, .. C. LE U FERGu' ON, iM A Watchmakers and Jewelers. I)E.tL.IE:RS IN Watches, Cloiks, Jewelry, Silver auld Pla tcd Ware, SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS. SOLE AGENTS FOR. POLLAK & SON, N. Y., GENUINE MIERSCHXUMI PIPES. N. B.-A1 Goods sold warranted as re lprescnted. March 1, 1871-tf. of t CHARLES A. DANA. Editor. `ý1ae polx eeýls n. E1x A Newspaper of'the Present Times. Intended for People Now on Earth. Including Farmers. Mechanics. Merchants, Pro fessional Men, Workers, Thinkers, and all Man ner of Honest Folks, and the Wive-, sons, and Dan=hters of all such. ONLY ONE DOLLARL A YEAR I ONE BUNDRED COPIES FOIR 850. Or less than One Cent a Copy. Let there be a B $50 Club at every Post Office. SEMI-~EEKLY SUN, $82 A YEAR, Sc of the same size and general character as THE WEEKLY, but with a greater variety of miscellaneous readin., and furnishing the news to its subscribels wth g leater freshness. because - It cornmea twice a week ieistead of once only. THE DAILY SUN, $0 A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 14 June 1871

I, A, BIOSSAT THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH, PUBLISHER VOLUME 26.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1871. INUMBER 48. . ---s-- _ TgE DEgOCRAT" is published Week ly, at FIVE DOLLARS per annum, THREE for six months, payable in advance No Subscription taken for a less period than Six Months. ADVypTIErIENT3 inserted at the rate of $1 5.0 PER SQU "ARE for the first insertion and 75 CENTS for each subse qSUent one. Eight lines or less, eonsti tato a sutaro. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: One Column......----............ $300 00 Half Column......---------------- 175 00 Third of Column...----.---. ------ 130 00 Fourth of Column ............... 100 00 Cards, (occupying space of eight lines,orless,)------------ ----- 20 00 Obituary Notices, Marriages, Public Ifeetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. ' 7 Personal cards, when admissible charged double'the usual advertisements. PROFESSIONAL. R. W. BRINGHURS¶l', Civil Eungineer -and .4AIZSII S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 14 June 1871

. R. BIOSSAT......... EDITOR E. A. BIOSSAT,...PUBLISHUER. OFFICE-CORNER OF FRONT AND BEAUREGARD STREETS, ALEXANDRIA, LA. WEDNESDAY,........... JUNE 1i, 1871. Packet Departures. The B. L. IHodgo No. 2, John Heinn, i 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. f'The action of the recent Dem- I ocratic Conventions of Penn sylva- t nia and Ohio has caused no little I commotion in the Radical ranks. The Radicals have been flattering themselves that t h e Democrats would learn no wisdom from the experience of the past; that they 1 would allow the Radicals to shape the next campaign in accordance 1 with their own desires; and that 1 the old war issues, Southern out rages, Ku-Klux and all, were to i figure as extensively in 1872 as in 1 1868. When, therefore, the Dem ocrats of two great states of Ohio and Pennsylvania take an entirely new departure and bury the is sues of the past, i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 14 June 1871

UN CRi D)U SEIN. Oh, father, dear father, comne home to my 3a, The clock on the mantel strikes four; you said yol were coming straight home to her artms, When that trip with your sister was o'er. Oh, why have this gossip, this scandal, this scorn, Yon know how you swore to be true, Now, see how you're acting before I am born, poor Mama is weeping for you. Come home, come home Oh, dear loving papa, come home! Oh, father, dear father, come home to my Ma, The clock on the mantel strikes five; The mischief's all done and the secret's all out, To bide it vain you will strive. W\ith anguish and sorrow Mal's bosom is torn, Oh, why upon her vent your spleen 7 you know bow she loves you--but will take a horn. Come horme and pass me for a Dean. Come home, come home Oh, sweet, loving Papa, come home! Oh, father, dear father, come home to my The clock on the mantel strikes six; The old man is blind, and cant do any harm, Or discover your long concealed tricks. So quit all this fussing, the cowa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 14 June 1871

lI , :W E' LL A NJ: \ , -. Cs E. C LEY F ER GUSON, A Watchmakers and Jewelers. DElA.LER. IN Watches, ClIoks, Jewelry, Silver aund Pla ted Ware, SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS. Dll SOLE AGENTS FOR POLLAK & SON, N. Y., GENUINE MERSCHAUMI PIPES. N. B.-AllAU Goods sold warranted as re presented. March 1, 1871-tf. - - - - - - oft CHARLES A. DANA. Editor. &e @lar Wt~y bn Es A Newspaper of the Present Times. Intended for People Now on Earth. Including Farmers. Mechanics. Merchants, Pro fessional Men. Workers, Thinkers, and all Man ner of Honest Folks, and the Wives, Sons, and Daughters of all such. ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR i ONE HUNDRED COPIES FOR 850. Or less than One Cent a Copy. Let there be a B $50 Club at every Post Offiee. SEMI-WEEKLY SUN, $' A YEAR, of the same elso and general character as THE WEEKLY, but with a greater variety of miscellaneons reading, and furnishing the news to its suscribers with greater freshness. because it comes twice a week instead of once only. E THE DAIL...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 21 June 1871

E, A, BIOSSAT THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH, PULISHER VOLJUME 26.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY JUNE 21, 1871. INUMBER 49. ", 1871A. A NUMBER 4-9. T E ER TV ' I3: T$I DEMOCRAT" islpublished Week ly, at ',vi DO!L.LARS per annum, TrIREEn for sir months, pa:yable in advance No Subscription taken for a less period than Six Months. ADVnRTISEM ETT3 inserted at the rate of $1 53 rn. sQct:.u for the first insertion and 75 cl.;rs for each subse q'tout one. Eight lines or less, consti tite a slatre. The foliowing are our * rates to yearly Advertisers: OneColmn.................------ .. $00 00 Half C inn.. --...----..---------- 175 00 Third of Column.............. 130 01 Fourth of Column.............------- 100 00 Cards, (uccnpyi:ng space of cight lines, or less.).................. 20 00 Obituary Notices, Marriages. Public DMeotings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. 7w ? Prsmnal car.ts, when admissille chared doublethe usual advertisements. PROFESSIONAL, R. W. BIINGIIU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 21 June 1871

I Rt. R. OSSAT, ...... EI)LTOR. E]. A. BIOSSAT,.. .PUBLIS LIER. OFFICE-CORNER OF FRONT AND BEAUREGARD STREETS. ALEXANIDRIA, LA. WEDNESDAY,.......... JUNE 21, 1871. Packet Departures. IC: The B. L. lHodge No. 2, John Iceinn, W Master, leaves for New Orleans this di day at 10 A. M. w The Iron Steamer John T. Moore, E Captain W.' T. Boardman, leaves for 'q New Orleans to-nmorrow at 10 A. M. t. A RECEIPT FOR HAPPIrx:SS.-It is in simply when you rise in the morning '' to form the resolution to make the Is day a happy one to a fellow creature. b, It is easily done; a lift-off garment to IiI the wnan who needs it; a kind word " to the sorrowful; and encouraging d expression to the striving-trifles, in it themselves as light as air-will do it, ft at least for twenty-four hours; and if q you are young, depend upon it that a it will tell when you are old; and if tl you are old, rest assured it will send fa you gently and happily down the n stream of time to eternity. Look at ti the result. Yo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 21 June 1871

Mil Ea IAGXu. ITS SINS 1".n, tie golden coid .crcc.d, the silken tie; gaernr Ra ill the old days come, Our cnrr parliug, to you and I. SO long in 1 Darliu' South, thai ld the beautiful past! ters a disti ceattercd aroiund its blier ty in tha ae thoo,'hts lie thict, and memories tiiioy . It Of days that were so dear. they draw moes Fold them up, gent, the i caiotliC~ sard1.Cy f;ll p.st really usef that o"vl it to drem of tile past 'l of all I hasit C aiaj.t -1 y f I . l t The iaturc r y a subjects of okn, the silken cord- ed andlsw rokerd, the golden chain. foreign nd .a it the beautifuil days rant class, [Iiking vr c. come again, the fields ... , vthey care throw off l getective's Story. have no c l tecShave no they won AtL A MISTAKE. party, pre of the oth he Boston Traveller tells the fol- cities, wh store Bwar, out ludring story: characeter Sonic ears since a gentleman stop- splendid Sping a onearf the hotels in Washing- glitter wi g C. (iho upon this occasion will and steal ton,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 21 June 1871

MIISCELLAN EOUS, LB I & F ERGUSON -1: Watchmakers and Jewelers. 1)EALEiiS IN Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and Pla ted Ware, SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS. SOLE AGENTS FOR POLLAK & SON, N. Y., GENUINE MERSCHAUM PIPES. N. B.-All Goods sold warranted as re presented. March 1, 1871-tf. CIIARLES A. DANA, Editor. ? he Uath Wttaaly niuj . A Newspaper of the Present Times. Intended for People Now on Earth. Including Farmers. Mechanics, Merchants, Pro fessional Men, Workers, Thinkers, and all Man ner of Honest Folks, and the Wives, Sons, and Daughters of all such. ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR I ONE HUNDRED COPIES FOIL 850, Or less than One Cent a Copy. Let there be a 850 Club at every Post Office. SEMI-WEEKLY SUN, $2 A YEAR, of the sanme size ad0 general character as THE WEEKLY. but with a greater variety of miscellaneous readinr, and furnishing the news to its subseribers with greater freshness, becanse it comes twice a week Instead of once only. THE DAILY SUN, $6 A YEAR. A prermainently...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 28 June 1871

E. A, BIO38AT THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH. -PBLISHER VOLUME 26.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY,.JUNE 28, 1871. INUMBER 50. s -- - ... . . ThU DMOCRAT" isputbllishcdlVeW . ]y. at FIvv nol...ts ptier nlu!lm, THIREE: f,>r si- months, payal)l in advllluce No 8:l1eacription taken for a less period thall Sir M[onths. A 3 TI3SNI3N7T3 inserted at the r.to of $1 53 PEE SQuitTA: for the lirst inisrtion and 75 c.:rs for each suhsc qaeilt one1. Eight linies or less, cointi tnto a s,1'aro. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: One Column .. ...---.......... G20( on Hlalf Column ... ------ ---- ---- J75 I(00 Third of Columnn.....----------- 120 :u) Fourth of Column ...... ......... 1( CO Cards, (occupying space of eight lincs,orless,)...------------- . 0 00 Obituary Notices, Marriages, Public Meetings, Cards of Thainl;s, etc., to be piid for as advertisements. 5 Pers:ans eardl, when admtnisible chargeddouble the usual ad-vertisenlilents. PROFESSIONAL. R. W. BTlUGIIURiiST, Civi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 28 June 1871

E. R. BIOSSAT,........ EDITOR E. A. BIOSSAT,.. .PUBLISIIER. OFFICE-CORNER OF FRONT AND BEAUREGARD STREETSI ALEXAN DRIA, LA. WEDNESDAY, .......... JU'E ?, 187!. LIFE TOO SHORT--YET WASTED. Pliny Mlakes a striking computation in regard to the shortness of life. We never recall it without being power fully impressed by its truth. "Con sider," he says, "the time spent in sleep, and you- will find that a lman actually lives only half his space. The other half passes in a state resembling death. You do not take into the ac count the years of infancy, which are destitute of reason, nor the many dis eases and the many cares of old-age, those penalties of longlevity. The senses grow dull, the limbs are rack ed, the sight, the hearing, the power of walking, the teeth also, die before us; and yet all this time is reckoned in the period of life." Dut, short as life is at the best, those who complain of its brevity let it slide by them without wishing to seize and make the most of its golden mom...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 28 June 1871

ALI.:X. 4,I i LA , l i June 19th, SP71. The Police Jury met according to ad ournmenlt, present : J. N. lRhorer, Presi- - lent John Clements, B. J. Barrett, Jessee Clifton and J. W. Bass. On miti m of Mir Barrett, the sala- c of the clerk of the Police Jury was t!ied i at foar hundred dollars. c aOn motion of Mr. Clements the salary of the District Attorncy pIro tempcre, was iixed at four hunidred dollars a year. On anotion of 'ir. Clements, that E. R 0iossat haviag excepted the office of I'a- a rish Tie.srer, he be allowed until the first ay of our next meeting to give thend i the sum of ten tfhousand dollars. 0an untion of MLr. Darrett, that whc reas a cevtai oldinance of a firmer Polce Ju acr of this tarisb prohibits the rights of ritizcs ia purn-si;m' the Lusiness of selling C oiid I tha river bank in front of the iage ofPioerille, fcesoiCedC T.iat the said ordinance be bereby repeialed. On imotion of E. J Barrett, Resolved, That the ordinance prohibit ing me;rhants from opening ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 28 June 1871

LE ýI F ERC US0N DE.ALII:S IN Watches, Cloacks, Jewelry, tlver and Pla tlel Ware, SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS. SOLE AG ENTS FO'. POLL.\!K & SON, N. Y., GENUINE MIERSCIIHAUL I PIPES. N. B.--All Goods sold warranted asre piresented. March 1, 1B71-tf. CIIARLS A. DASA,. Editor. h 8r pola Wtehlg un . A Newspaper of the Present Times. Intended for People Now on Earth. Including Farmers. OMechanics. Merchants, Pro tessional Men, Workers, T:hinkcrs, and all Man ler of hlonest Folks, and the Wilc±, Sons, and Dau;liters of all such. ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR ! ONE LUNDRED 1C(OPILS FOR S30. Or less than One Cent a Copy. Let there be a Z30 Club at evry I'ost Office. SEr.I-WEIEKLY SUN, $Z A YEAR, of the same ElZc a11 general character as TIIE WEEKLY, but wilth a greater variety of tiiaeellaneons readine, and flrnishlng the n"ws to its su!ecribets with greater freshllness, because It comes twice a week lastect of oace only. TIlE DAILY SUN, SG1 A YFEAR. A prelmtentiv realDhic new'paper, with tie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 5 July 1871

___ _ 'ulsia a imorat __ m E. A. BIOSSAT THE WORLD Is GOVERNED TOO MUCH, VOLUME 26. ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1871. NUBER. _ -.L i--.· ~ ....·-. .·~ . ,, UM E 1 Tr 1 T ] 5,J S: T1E D3DiOCRAT" ispublishedWeek ly, at FivE DOLLARS per annum, THREE for six months, payable in advance No S:ibs'riTtion taken for a less period than Six Months. A37.STIaSEYY7lT3 inserted at the rate of $1 53 PER SQUARu for the first insertion anr 75 CeNTS for each subse qcntet'oone. Eight lines or less, Consti tote a s'1:ore. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: Ono Coli;nnr................... 300 00 half (Columnn.............. -- ..173 00 Third of Colunmn.................130 00 Fourth of Column............... 100 00 Curds, (occupying space of eight lines,orless,).......----....----.. 20 0 Ohitoary Notices, Marriages. Public M .etings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. SPeronal enards, when admissible charged doublo'tlie usual advertisemnents. PROFESSIONAL. R. WT...

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