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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 5 July 1871

E. R. BIOSSAT,.... .... EDITOR B. A. BIOSSAT,...PUBLISIIER. OFFICE-CORNER OF FRONT AND BEAU3EGAP.D STREETSI rSEXANDRIA, LA.* WEDN ESDAY..............JULY 5,1571. ,Packet Departures. O The B.'L. Hodge No. 2, John Heinn, Master, leaves for New Orleans this of dayat 10A. M. The Iron Steamer John T. Moore, to Captain W. T. Boardman, leaves for ti New Orleans to-morrow at- 10 A. M. re .e - - rc To MAxE Faint LirE A'rrACIVE.- S First, By less hard work. Farmers often undertake- more than they can do well, and consequently work too early and toolate. Second, By more r1 system. The farmers should have a time to begin and stop labor. They should put more mind and machine ry into their work. They should theorize as well as prhctice, and let both go together. Farming is b healthy, moral and respectable; and in the long run, may be made profit- t able. The farmer should keep good t stock, and out of debt. Third, By t taking care of health. Farmers have f a healthy variety of exercise, but too o...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 5 July 1871

aOutside of the IDemocratic Party. If Mr. Davis has a mind to speak, let him speak. It is his right. If lr. Toomibs hIaS a miind to gabble, let hi!'r gabble. 'riThat is his right. We com pilain of neither. What we resist is the attempt to make the I)cDemocratic party respibusible for their utterances. In Europe the defeat of arevolution ary leader does not involve Iis silence if he Asurvives his defeat, Mazzini has been dealing out red radical thunder i:,tis these twenty years and more. But, at a safe distance from Italy. Tn like manner, if Mr. Davis and Mr. 'Toomnbs wish to keep the memory of I'ie Southern Confederacy crirreit-if they wishl to stir utip the spirit of the Southeri pr.'ld'e to an ultimnate renew a! of tile strife-andl if they find it safe and protitable to engage in this work, Awe shall ,1estioni only their wisdom. They are not acting in the character of Deiio-rats but in the character of revolutiofnists. Mr. Davis, for exam ple, a tys he does not accept the situa ti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 5 July 1871

NISCELLANEOUS, F rJFRGrSOp LE Watchinakers and Jewelers. DEALERS IN Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and Pla ted Worc, SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS. SOLE GE1NTS FOR POLLAK & SON, N. Y., GENTINE MlERSCHiAUJ PIPES. N. B.-AllI Goods sold warranted as re presented. March 1, 1871-tf. CHA5.LES A. DANA, Editor. She 0al1V WethIg bur. 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 BUNDRED COPIES FOR 850, Or less than one Cent a Copy. Let there be a $50 Ctubat every Post Office. SEMI-WEEKLY SUN, 82 A YEAR, of the same elze'and general character as THE IEEKLY, but with a greater variety of miscellaneous readlnr, and furnishing the news to Its subscribers with greater freshness. because it comes twice a week instead of once only. THE DAILY SUN, SO A YEAR. A preminlently readsahle newspa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 12 July 1871

E. A. BIOSSAT THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH. • W.ISHE VOLUME 26. } ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1871.. INUMBER 52. V O L M E 28 .. . W ET ET 1A S: THE DlEMOCRAT" ispublished Week ly, at rIvio IDOLLIInS per annum, TIIHREE for si-: montIhs, payable in advance No Sabscriptiou taken for a less period than Sia Mouths. A lD. lT I:,! . fNT3 inserted at the rate of $1 5)0 I:: - uI: for the first insertion and 75 cix'rs for each subhse quent one. Eight lines or less, consti tute a square. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: One Columnu..... ...-----........ $300 00 Half Columnu................. 175 00 Third of Column..............--------.. 130 00 Fourth of Column...----- ------. 100 00 Cards, (occupying space of eight lines, or !css,)-.............--- 0 00 Obituary Notices, Marriages, Public lMeetings, Cards of Thi uks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. r Pe.rsonal cards, when admissible charged doubleithe usual advertisements. PROFESSIONAL, pace - -live Civil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 12 July 1871

*1.5 Lima r llmo~atf. E. r. nIOSS iT,........EDIDTOSIb E. A. IjossA',...I'3BLISIII. FRONT AND DEAUfEGARD STREETS, -ALEXANDRIA, LA. 1WEDNESDAY...........JULY 1, is7!. "1'IIIs`rEY HAS Y-sD H'11 UP. Yi.' There is scarcely a community or ceighborhood from Maine to Oregqn eI where this saying is not used almost . every day in the year, and altogeth cr too truly. A subject of thifs kindi is to be found in almost every town. The merchant has failcd and whisky, man's worst enemy, has donethe I work. The lawyer with a brilliant talent and a lIrge business has fallen i below the range of respectability and I confidence; whiskey was the cause, 1n The politician with bright prospects before him has played out, and the .S account is charged to whisky. The judge of talent, ago and respectabili ty, is the subject of private and C neighborhood talk. His enemcies point with derision, and his friends hang their heads in Phame, and al is done by whiskey. Thalbiund-heart- I ed neighbor and hard-worlii...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 12 July 1871

A iMystery ;:rvcd, TIHE STORY OF THiE T'lTIJ.ATE) ,ODY FOU2D IN TIlE EAST I:IVLR IN 1h1. The following parpo: ts to be an ex planation of thoe most rcmarnkable of. New York murders. The facts in brief are as follows : In October, 18,3i, five diffelrent packages, containing the mutilated re mains of a human body, were foiund floating in the Least liver and Bay, at different times and ini di' ireant places, the first having been found o i the 3d of October. an1d the last on the 13th. All these fragment:!s were.wrap ped in heavy brown Maniila paIpr, in closed in enameled colth used in the construction of futnil t:e :tand' carriages. the whole haviig been tied together with strong cord, technically 1owii "cod-line." Thest; $liscoveries crcatiF, a great deal of excitement the time, nioC only because of the horrible nature of the murder, lnt a!so on account of the carriage stolen on Mercer street on the night of the murder, and of t:he certainty in the public mind that the thieves were ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 12 July 1871

MISCELLANEOUS, LEVI& FER O Watchmakers and Jewelers, DEALtES IN Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and Pla ted Ware, SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS..1 SOLE AGENTS FOP POLL.AK & SON, N. Y:, GENUINE MIERSCHAUJM PIPES. N. B.-All Goods sold warranted asre presented. March 1, 1e71-tf. 0 CIAR.LES A. DANA. Editor. -I A Newspaper of the Present Times. Intended for People Now on Earth. Including Farmers. Mechanics. Merchants, Pro cessional Men, Workers. Thinkers, and all Man ner of Honest Folks, and the Wlves, Sons, and Daaghters of all such. ONLY ONE DOLLAR. -A YEAR I ONE HUNDRED COPIES FOR $30, Or less than one Cent a Copy. Let there be a 630 Club at every Post Office. SEMI-WEEKLY tYUN, 82 A YEAR, of the same size and gencral character as TUE WEEKLY. but with a greater variety of miscellaneous readine, and furnishing the news to Its subscribers with greater frimhness, because it comes twice a week insteaS of once only. THE DAIIjY SUN, 86 A YEAR. A preminently readable newspaper. with the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 19 July 1871

E. A.BIOSSAT THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO "-UCH, VOLUME 27. - ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1871-. - . T ER 14 _ : THE DBMORAT" ispublished Week ly, at FIVR DOLLARS`' per annum, TIIREE ar six fnonths, payable in advance No b3ecript;io:1 taken for a lees period than -ix Months. 7.7TI3S Y3NT3 inserted at the rate of $1 53 PaR SQUARE for the first Sinsertion and 75 CENTS for each subse qsant one. Eight lIes or less, consti tute assqugre. The f£llowing are our rates to yearly Advertisers: One Column..............'... ... $300 00 IHalf Column.................. 175 00 Third of Column ................ 130 00 Fourth of Column ............... 100 00 Cards, (occupying space of eight lines,orless,).................. -0 00 Obituary Notices, Miarriages. Public feetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be aid for as advertisements. C"Personal cards, whln admissible hlarged doubletthe uyual advertisements. PROFESSIONAL. R. W. BRINGIIVIRST, 'ivil 3xngi-xneer -and ze izS,.i1r , ? r E ' o. o, ALEXAN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 19 July 1871

B~PIo)YSsA"'·--- EuI,'rOl: .. BIOSSAT,...1' I3LISI:IEI OFriCE-COI.\E1 OF S FIONT AND BEAUEGARD STREETS SL.J WFEDNtESDiY·· ···· JULY 19, 1Si1. CURIOUS FRAUD ON Tlr Gov- of the I ET.-A special Washington Union of the 18th says: that C 70, Congress passed a bill Schurz on the same footing with Itdica regularly mustered into Grant ited States service, a com- It w y of one hundred men in one th Con of th States, known as the Home certair Guards. The War I)epartment State having entered the niames on the candisi roll, claims amounting to $100,000, withio were collected from the Treasury. and th It now appears that many of the marric names were fictitious, and that the of his parties in the secret have pocketed in the about 875,000. Government au- being "thorities are investigating the mnat Miiss ter. admit Lt Aniong the dismal wretches lisco whom the Commune of Paris fostered, a m1M one namlled Joseph, whom the Paris friend papers designate an "agreeable ban- conta dit," is about the di...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 19 July 1871

MURDIS AND LY N C 3 LAW. tire t sir ! Partitulars of the Terrible Tragedy in Iro- oenti quois Count', Illinois. The --. know A Bay W, ir ed end Ronstled to Death by Mera lls Father. uIndem and THE CORONElR'S INQUEST. was • -- night C.NSFEz$ION OF THIE I1UTDI)EiiER. askei her I ¶he Fiend Taken from the Jail by a.Mlob hear and !uanged. the c lo.wei We copy- " f.llews from the Peoria wil Beview if tlie Gtil: bo A ite, tiý'3 Iago e gave a brief state- butt nII ll.f ': brutal nurder near ()nargan , butt ain this 'late, in which a father killed man' his own son. The prominent actor in was .,is dreadful tragedy vwas named Mar- him tin Mera, an Irishnman by birth, about lash ifty-four years of age, five feet eight whiI inches in height, thick set and muscu- ed at lar, with a forbidding countenance, a pron restless, impatient eye, and a deep, cy; guttural voice. He owned a place con- ch'il taining eighty acree, about two and a and half miles from Onarga, in Iroquois hart county. His hou'se ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 19 July 1871

MISCELLANEOUS, Lass & F ERGU,0S , Watchmakers and Jewelers, Watches, Clo:ks, Jewelry, Silver and Pla tel Ware. SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS. :fi.!: A171TS FOr1 POI,LA.K & SON, N. Y., GENUINE 3IERSCHAU3I PIPES. N. B.-Ail Good:; sold warranted as rc prc-wnted. M arch , 1  ~ , CliARTiE3 A. DANA, Editor. tole Lvalaur 'ec k1 tm. A Newspaper of the Present Times. Intended for People Now on Earth. InTlnding Farmers, 3lMehalncs, Merrhants, Pro. feonal n, Woer, Woher Thtlners, an aill tMa. her of Honest Folks. aal the Wive., Coee, nad Daughters of all suca. ONLY ONE DOLLAIL A YEAR I QNE HUNDRED COPIES FOR S.30. Or less than One Cent n Copy. Let there be a $S30 Club at cvery Post Oftec. SEMI-WEEKLY SUN, $"2 A YEAl, of the same sizo and general character as TIIE WEEKLY. but with a grcatervariety of misaellaneons reathdm, and farniehlng the news to Its sanserlbets with grcater freshness. because It comes twice a week instead of once only. THE DAILY SUN, SG A YEAR. A"rcetmlncntl, rCead:,'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 26 July 1871

#~~~~~~~~- _-- L .- .J [---- ---: '-J--/- -- --  - °---- --?-.--L_ . . E. .BIO THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MOH PBIS VO L TiE 2 . ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDN ESDAY, JULY 26, 1871:. N UMEII .. '7 ¶ 4 ."~! TIES A-)-v t,] :I - '41 T -1 t.h .3 . i r.t. Ii"+t, 1i'ii.ii'ii, "; AD! , I,. :: a -'-.l7 r . for a t t in, . ' i:!va i Ia Ct -I'.i (0:4' , .. S 1 2nl 73 ". 1 '.. fi lr '- - I :l r,. Ci l!]' Ott.` t' ...._.. ~ ~ .. 4?r~'~ 0 ( {r', i : r''l. r (,Iv S.2 i!l - 1'............. ... 1.iP O fi, ýf; ti!l "- C i::: > . 1 - Os, t .. I c., to Jii' J''!'. ,a ii c ...i' , . 4·:io t ;ol:rrjiicil,ic · II( "'1..r' will XV." r: Xi: i aw l :t1 :t i"":t , ,r, FxTTr rf ! ;·\ is k" le :t t p!:r in lln a 'i I t l j ", i ' t - 1 ' l l i - I : _ L -c? ·:!~r P>!iZ.iff * tt ?V'L' O 6aFFI C r. o tli:: tI ti ol 1':`rti $ ail ;' : t fur rt,:.i:- t. n ..t t"nt hrir '. K-1'..: , "ailt'3r TTaItr l Warrants, etc. will!or :! t! u;+' ;nsel 1 P 't E ii I ''i Z0L fY 1till TI tZi' Apltlic":tti ns ntay bu m it at iiiulil...

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

_I. R. BIOSSAT,..-....EDITOR E. A. IIOSSAT,...PUIBLISIIElt. OFFICE-CORNER OF FRONT AND BEAUREGARD STREETS. ALEXANDRIA, LA. WEDNESDAY, ...........L. JULY 26, 1871. Dreams. We have been accustomed to con sider the myth-creating power of the human mind as one especially belong ing to the earlier stages of growth of society and of the individual. It will throw, I think, a rather curious light on the subject, if we discover that this instinct exists in every one of us, and exerts itself with more or less energy through the whole of our lives. In hours of waking conscious ness, indeed, it is suppressed, or has only the narrowest range of exercise, as in the tendency, noticeable in all persons not of the very strictest ve racity, to supplement an incomplete anecdote with explanatory incidents, or throw a slightly known story into the dramatic form, with dialogues constructed out of our own conscious ness. But such a small play of the myth-making faculty is nothing com pared to its achievem...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 26 July 1871

How the People's Money Goes. ( SUPiPRESSED REPORIT. The following "suppressed sport'., we copy from the Iberville Pioneer: Your committee find on. examination that the members of the Joint Commit- I tee on Revised Statutes, appointed un- c der authority of Joint Resolution No. I -, 1869, have drawn for mileage and per dient of members and employes of I said committees, since the close of the i session of 1870, the following amounts, t to-wit: II. J. Campbell, chairman-as per receipt dated November 19th, 1870, for pay as mem her of conmmittee for - days ending December31, 1870..$2296 00 II. J. Campbell, mileage to 6 Monroe, (no receipt)..-.... 508 00 t ~. F. Blackman, as per re ceipt dated January 18, 1871, as member of the committee 2296 00 W. F. Blackman, mileage from Claiborne ................. 600 00 Frank Morey, member, for per diem from July 1, 1870, to December 31, 1870, as per order dated November 18, 1870.......---------............... 1472 00 t Frank Morey, mileage to Mon- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 26 July 1871

___ SCM ELLA U EUII, &E FEI1csuSOJTY 0-; Watchm kkrc3s anT J'i! Wcatdiies, ailkis. J'.T^'r !, Silv er airl P1 - 5P L2TACLES \'U " AN:) VAD . I'r: ! 1i .. )`, N. Y. GE T. IN2 "i.. c Miiii.WJ U P'IV.L3. N. I;.--A1 l Gol;;ls'a' ad rrnrrit:lteatl n.i r: - Cl!r e lt 1 A. DN,.--I.f. i't:ki5 I __ i~ Yab'~ ¼ A Nvw C · 4 3 of :'rof Timeo. Iit codedci for l a.ow an tarts. Inlclui~cg F:rnite . i ht:.too;, l:lo lI'uto, Pro fr-s:onna Mn, '.1 .:.O;;. r:i_"!3., ai. l a:l Mao. t;. ii in a Fvui:fi, nad tLu WI ia ,uI.e, and ],a. ',ter, of all inct. &CLYE' )4NE DOLL An A YAIL ONE I1WN!UUI COtIM VOlt Srl Jo. Or le-s !m::n (?n Cent naC p y. Lit Phicncao a Cl io C.tic at n' ii e, Oncec S%ýI: ýI:N.Y:;U, 5Z A YEA Rr~ of tie e tnac cleat Taal Fclieral c ,a-:cte- as TIi. 1CE1;C?.I. W:it toItli at yrealoln vaeit- of iiuiseoi.a aons rcald:a:, ao.tl fl r':-'il*l, ;t:.~ o""two to !t outculitirs wllh FaeCatr frt:l:ah.Co. botanIcC. It conmca twice a .:aol i ;.t na:l of on-o only. TIRE DAILY SU N, 0O A YEAR...

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

SE. A. BIOSSAT THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO IM H. MPUBCl HER VOLUMI'1E 27. ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1871. {NUMBER 3. zTE-zz- : - T 8E Ij /C THfE DEBIOCRAT" ispublishedlWck ]y, at FIVE DOLLARS pel)r annuem, TI':ErI for six mionthlS , payJabl in advanco No Subscription taken for a less period than Six Months. ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate of $1 50 PRR SQUARE for the first inse tion and 75 CENTSr for each snbse quent one. Eight lines or less, consti tute a square. The following are our rates "to yearly Advertisers : One Columnn................. . $300 00 Half Column.................... 17i5 i0 Third of Coinin ................ 130 00 Fourth of Column ............... 100 00 Cards, (oceuenying space of eight lines,orlesS,)..................- 20 00 Obituary Notices, Marriages, Public Me.tings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. -~ Pers,:al cards, when admissible charged doublethe usual advertisements. PROFESSIONAL. R. W. BISRIGHURIST, C i"vil 4n y _°,o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 2 August 1871

E. I. IHOSSAT .ED)ITOR E. A. TBIO ,SAT,.. .PUBLISILEIR. cr. rIcI:-Cor.71\:ER OF FRONT AND3 BEAUFEGAFW STREETS, ALEX Ni)IRI , LA. WEDNESDAY ,.............A. 2, .i7., Our New Orleans Friends. ' We solicit the attention of our read ers to the New Orleans cards amongIn our new advertisements in to-day's is sue : t W r. OrrNE--Tlhe leading Optician gf of the South. A. E. Br.Aci ri.u-Every thing that o is choice in the way of Music and Mus ical Ih.truments, can be had of him. FEr.son fnos.,-Stand at the hcead of the Dealers in Arms and Amnmuni tion. i Trio. 1. BoDorcn-Orne of the larg est dealers ill the South-Wert in Agri- c cultural JImplmcients, and Steam and c other labor saving machinery. r' Dn. J. S. CorES-One of the laiding t' citizens and prominent Cotton Factors o and Commission Merchants of t h e Crescent City. A. Prol:-su.e & Co.,-The largest I and oldest Carplet W;arelhurse in the South. 'Iheir stock is always complete y and carefully selected. o Msrr.Er: & DrarEr.;...

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

Wanl i:{ 1 'r TIa 1ISiNA.L DEMOCIAT JSy "JAPIDESa.' A hideous monster is rdamIing o'er the Foliov.'d by a large and frightful ghostly With clovcen hoofs and long distended Eyes of tire and teeth that gnash 'ueath S:kd.i w ; Shj;hilp nih it ti roll out froni nostrils wide and d,1'.P And o'er th, land from place to place they Slre:ding wild terror in each distant q ,:rt'.r, + Sw.llowinlu v;lho; men acud drinking wells To their ; iIl :iry ate ;ar to fall a prvey. S1:-::,- I these ! i'mois 'tis beyond our powtr to tell- They clainm tiiiiiwicels to hail flonu the dpcths of neitheir hcll, Frames of dry 1Lone- myister iously held to They heed not darkness nor coldeat stormy I No living mnrt' in their frequented paths c:tt! star. But like clhai before the winds are swiftly borne aw\tvy Whitl.r . onle knovtch-t-n l we know is When y day lwns A-ain some vagabond Thus l:,< ii ba1 n1 Since w af's dread carnage . e;cl to ilow, When hl:eait! of men were Ciurled into the sh:atl' , below; th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 2 August 1871

MISCEL41NEOUS, LEVY& ' E r D 0, F-3 £ Watchmakers and, Jewelers, DEAILEPRS IN Walches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and Pla ted Ware, SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS. SOLE AGENTS FOR POLLAK & SON, N. Y., `GENUINE MERSCIIAUTI PIPES. N. B.-All Goods'sold warranted as re - presented. March 1, 1871-tf. CIIARLES A. DANA. Editor. She upaflx tAily s# un. A Newspaper of the Present Times. Intended for People Now on Earth. Ineludlng Farmers, Mechanics. Merchants, Pro fessional Men, Workers. Thinkers, and all Man nor of Honest Folks, and the Wiyes, Sons, and Daughters of all such. ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAt IL ONE RUNDRED COPIES FOR 850, Or loss than One Cent a Copy. Let there be a $50 Club at esery Post Ofice. SEMI-WEEKLY SUN, 82 A YEAR, of the same else ann general character as THE WEEKLY, but with a gesater variety, of mlicellaneous readlng, and YurnDshlng the news to its subscrihbers with greater freshnees, because it comes twice a week Instead of once only. THE DAILY SUN, 86 A YEAR. A preemine...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 9 August 1871

__ -ern rra - '' E, . BIOSSAT THE WORLD IS GDVERENfD TOO MUCH, PULISHER VOLUME 27.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9181. NUMBER 4. VOýbE AU2S7ig.11 r nt THE DEMIOCRAT" i'spublisaed Weekl: ly, at FI'11I DOLLA.s per annum, rTnIREi for six mon!ths, palyal advance No lbscipltio;t tak:'a for a ess period than Six Mouths. ADVEZTISEVINTST insert, at the race of $1 53 rz' sc.UAT~E for the first insertion a::l, 15 cl:xrs for each su1se qreat one. .igiht IH be rn Ii, consti taot a sqi':;uv. T'hi fl.loxing are our rates to yoarly Alverti:ers: .One Clnm', . ....... .----- ..... - l) 00o Talf Column ............... 175 (:0 Third of ('nlin:l .......... ... J:u 00 Fourth of C ............... --------------- 00 Cards, (,,e,',:,iitg ripace of eilrht lines, or less,) ... .-------..-- 20 0O Obitanry ~ Nlices, Marriages, Public Ieetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as a'lvertisements. Lip~' r-.:1al ear ls, when alissiIe char.ge d.n1ula'th a usual' ai ertiscnteunts. g.~'. R-IIGHU!RST, ...

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