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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 9 August 1871

E. R. BIOSSAT,........ EDITOR E. A. LBIOSSAT,...PUBLIS IEI?. OFFICE-CORNEB OF FRONT AND BEAUREGARD STREETS, ALEXANDRIA, LA. WEDNESDAY,............ AU. . 9, 1871. Speciall M EMBERS OF STONEWALL HOOK and Ladder Company No. I are or dlered to meet at their TRUCK HOUSE, on 'WEDNESDAY, the 9th day of AUGUST, (regular monthly meeting,) at 8 o'clock. By order of P. W. LINSKI, J. J. GoFva, Foreman. Secretary. oar iW Utrleans. reICeas. We solicit the attention oT our read ers to the New Orleans cards am6pg our new adoertisements in to-day's is BUe: WVr. B)onsE-Tho leading Optician of the South. A. E. BLAcnuARn-Eyery thing that is choicein the way of Music and Mus ical Instruments, can be had of him. FEL0so l Bnos.,-Stand at the head of the Dealers in Arms and Ammuni tion.. . Taos. B. BoDL.EY-Ono of the larg est dealers in the South-West in Agri cultural Implements, and Steam and other labor saving machinery:.2 DR. J. S. COrEs-One of the leading citizehs and prominent Cotton Factors and Commi...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 9 August 1871

iIrs. Fair Appe:'L to :'Ie I'.;tic. STATEMI2NT OF IOIE1' P.ST I 'FE--1IFl PIrI:SS Ahi:D FOi: TIIE Cl:ItARITY OF SILENCE. TO TIE riPTLIC: I make the following statement, with proof attached in sulport of the same, with a view to correct certain false and wicked reports that have been circula ted by designing persons against me, and which, for the sake of my father less, and, perhaps, soon to be mother less, child, I feel it a duty to make. I have a strong conviction in my own mind that right will ultimately tri umph in my case, and that the Su preme Court of this State will, by its adjudication, place me oncp more 'where I stood before my trial, and where I can again be heard' in defence of my conduct before a jury of my countrymen, who are t ue, honest and just, bearing no hatred or nmalce to wards a poor woman who has never done them harm. In this, omy state ment, I shiIl give names and dates as neatly as I can remember them; and if, by accident, I should make any mis takes, then...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 9 August 1871

MISCELLANEOUS, LEý USFORGUs0N * 4 Watchmakers -and Jewelers DE,\ALEU.lS IN Watches, CloIks, Jewelry, Silver and Pla ted Ware, SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS SOLE AGENTS FOR POLLAK & SON,'N. Y., GENUINE MERSCHAUM PIPES N. B.-4a11 Goods sold warranted asre. prescnted. Mar:ch 1, lc71-tf. CAIIALES A. DAA,A, Editor. ,ht Pfllas b **9hIg 2n. 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 Hor-st Folks, and the Wives, Sons, 'and Dlwhteri of all such. "*ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR I ONE HUNDRED COPIES FOR SdO. Or less than One Cesft' Copy. Let there be a $150 Club at every Post Office. SEYIII-WEEKLY SUN, $3 A YEAR, of the same size anti general lhareitor as THE WEEKLY, but with a greater variety of mlscellaneous reading, and tarnishing the news to Its suoscribers with greater freshness. because It comes twlco a week instead of once only. THE DAILY lN;, SO A YEAR. TERMS TO CLUBS...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 16 August 1871

9 _4 i ' <. ý ýý ýý ý ', '.! - ..f ": - . ... ",') . . . " .. .. . -4 fiýý . . , ýr .0 'i ,.ý ! 'iS "ý-'1ý/ ý i ý~ ~ ,, ,, {,. . . . . . . ",e .. . ", '.1 -·t ~ . E, A. BIOSSAT r{tTHE -WORLD1 isGOVERNED TO0~iO.<4 ~ VOLUME 27.1 ALEXANDRIA, L, " DA AUUS 16 17. > VOUM 271AEADI A,, .WEDNE SDAy, ATJU. T 16, 1871. i!: - . ,-, - - . - f TE DilOCRAT" ispublishedWeek ly, at FIVE DOLLARS per aunum, TRIIIEE for six months, payable in advance No Subsqription taken for a.less period than Six Months. ADVERT!SlMEf-TT3 inserted at the . rate of $1 50 PER SQU.RE: for the first inscrtion and 75 CmUTS for each.subse quent one. Eight lines or less, consti tote a square. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: On3 Column ...............-- .. 00 Half Column.................... 175 00 Third of Colmu ................. 130 00 Fourth of Column--- ------........ 100 00 Cards, (occupying space of eight lines,orless,).........----....... 20 00 Obituary Notices, iarriages, Public fMeotin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 16 August 1871

E. R. BIOSSAT,........ EDITOIR E. A. rIOSSAT,.. .PUBJLISIiER. OFFICE-CQnNLER OF FRONT AND BEAUREGARD STREETS, ALEXANDRIA, LA." WEDESD IY..........A. G. 16, 1871. nelancholy Death ~. Lightning. During the storm of Monday even ing the 7th int., two strangers sought shelter from the rain in the hbllow of a tree on Bayou Rapides, in front of the 'old L ng place, and we r killed by LLntaing which struck the tree. They were evidently in search of employment to gain a livelihood, and from a memoranda and a letter found on their persons, they were foreign ers. The letter was without envelope or address. It was written to one of them by either a brother-in-law and sister or sister-in-law and brother re siding in Kilbourne City, Wisconsin. trom the letter we learn that .the party to whom it was written had a f.ather anid mother living in Canada, who were apparently well to do in the world. 'In the memorandum book was written "Frank Neal's Book," from which we inferred that one of the party b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 16 August 1871

tUSS' TIN T hIE ADI{O CAL. -P! Ib thil tre Ct.ne iict I iFai rt'i We trust tho truth c f the aphorisia may be established, i. t.. ''!'h: datrkust cloud hlitIh eve. a sil . r lining;" for surely theo ii st clieeting sign of the it;i,". antguring relit' from bondage o;" this m.ost initui!o'-Jy f pundered, this long disgraced' people, is to le faond in tle jalo:s lihatrc-d, the criini nation and 'eciiminatnion that has been so hlog brewing and finally reached its climax, between the .hit:hero le;ders of that foul na:G infatin'ns radical fac tion, by which its liberties have been brought well nigh to total w:eCiC. Facts most clchrly dec:ousttate that if the Li" n's share of spoils or stealins which alone causes themn to attibiate,' cannot be scctred by each riva'{chief! therein, the w:ar ývhoopp resountls the hiundmnost rascal in the race of plu'itder at once displays ½oLh fall;gs'and, claws iand delies his bri;.thcr rogue to deadlc confict. "W i a t better iLlua: raion could be given ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 16 August 1871

MISCELLANEOJUS, LEJIl G FERa GTON Watchmakers and Jewelers. DIALERS IN Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and Pla ted Ware, SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS. SOLE 1AGI'5NTS FOGI 'POLLAK & SON, N. Y., GENUINE MERSCHIAU3I PIPES. N. B.--AI Goods sold warranted asre presented. March 1, 1871-tf. CHARLES A. DANA, Editor. A Newspnper of the Present Times. Intended for People Now on Earthb inelading Farmers. Mechanics. Merchants, Pro feestonal Men, Workers, Thinkers, and all Man ner of Honest Folks, and the Wives, SBos, and UDaghters of all such. OELY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR I ONE RUU DRED COPIES FOIL S30, Or loss than One Cent a Cop. Let there be' 850 Club at ever Post Oflce. SEnI-WEEr LY SUN, $2 A YEAR, of the same size and general character as THE WEEKLY, but with a greater varilety of miscellaeons reading, and Tfrnishing the news to its subscrlbers with greater freshness. becaase it comes twice a woek Instead of once only. 'THEDAILY SUN, GSA VEAR.. A preimlnentl readable newspaper, with the larg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 16 August 1871

MISCELLANEOUU, LE--I ` F ER G uQ , Watchmakers and Jewelers. DEALERS IN' Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and Pla ted Ware, SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS. SOLE AG(ANTS FOR "POLLAK & SON, N. Y., GENUINE MIERSCHIAUI PIPES. N. B.--All Goods sold warranted as re prcsepted. March 1, 1871-tf. CIAIILES A. DANA, Editor. A Newspaper of the Present Times. Intended for People Now on Earth. Ineludlng Farmers, Mechantis, Merchants, Pro fereSonal Men, Workers, Thinkers, and all Man ner of Honest Folks, and the WivO, o0ns, and Daughters of all such. ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR I ONE i1UNDRED COPIBE FOl 8JO, Or lose than One Cent a p . Let there be a $0O Clnb ac every Poet Ofmoce. SEMI-WEEKLY SUN, S9 A TEAR, of the same size and general characntr as THE WEEKLY, but with a greater ariety of miscellaneous reading, and furnIhitng the news to Its subscribers with greater freshness, because It comes twice a week instead of once only. T~'RDAILY tlN, M A EAR.... A preOmlnently readable newspe~aper, with ite l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 23 August 1871

~ T THE WORLD IS GOE RN.D TOO MUCH, PUBISHER VOLUME 27. ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, X871. ..INMB4,6. - M E " O W I ' I ' M - g a v c . Li u TD D' TI,.13.o i . ,'di d eel . It IiV: r.:,.t 's per ainlu !, TII FtI: `'. :I1 !, ' i ,ii thlee D.- i >',=::'i'l)!. ::i" :1 .::fc, , ,:a llperiod Lt an '.i .C l : hA. A 73 . 73 in td at the r:'ilt o llI' '$. i) ' vt:. for the' first in," . .toi al: i75 q17Ni e i. i";5 C,' 0 silak e r 1 - {n" . Lipif liH "i-, or he' , Conls!i nt ' ia ..................... c . ) o i'hiri of (Cl"ni: ' t................ 0l(t t00 (':;r ,: w isn spa^oc of !ei-1ht lin,, or! 1,L ---- " ----- . 20 00 0 , i' " ."... ... , M ai , , . Puilie M., ti:. :, ::;i; T T hal;s., etc., to 1,e pai:l fo: itas,:ulertil: nc s. a' P ,1 w issiblo ' WISJI .S %Z' 7E 1 O , AI.EXANI. RIA, LA. O-RTDERS sent, hI .mail, r, !ef at R. C. S v1lt erh. 'wi;ck 'store vrill be received and utni ld o. Partitai desirbi to e. to land in t!is and : j,..rii:in Puarihbc can be sati.-fact...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 23 August 1871

R. I.OSSAT-----..... EDITOR E. A. BIOSSAT,... PUBIISIIER OFFICE--CORNER OF FRONT AND BEAUREGARD STREETS. ALEXANDRIA, LA. WE)DNESDAY. ........... AUG. 3, 1871. TrlE RIBBLESDALE CAVES.-T Iº e digested report of the explorers of the Ribblesdale caves is full of interest, and will correct many false impres sions as to the social condition of En gland after the withdrawlal of the Ro man legions. The caves were evident ly used as places of refuge by Romano Celtic inhabitants who had fled from their comparatively luxurious homes before the incursions of the Northern tribes. Numerous brooches and arm lets have been found in the upper strata of debris, and from their work mnanship, as well as from the coins which have been exhumed, the period of occupation may be fixed with tolera ble accuracy. It probably extended from the middle of the fifth till late in the seventh century. Few districts in England could have better served for purpose of concealment than the region between the Mersey and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 23 August 1871

THE W-ORN-OUT FONT OF TYPE. I'm c;tting by my desk, George, Itltro tae on the fl'tir Th'ere lies a worn-out fiont of type. Full twenty thousandl score: And niany nllitlhs have passed, George, Since they were bright ailld new, And many ore the tales they've told The ftlse, the strange, the true. What tales of horror they have told, Of t.'mpest and of wreck; Of inui rIt.-r in the midnight. hour, Of war full many a "speck !" Of silps that, lost away at sea, W\\eit down before the blast; Of stilled cries of agony, As life's last Ilmoments passed. Of earthquakes and of suicides, Of b:ink defaulters, broken banks. And btankiig systems rotten. Of boiler hurs: ing,. steamboats snagged Of rints, (duels fouight; Of robbers with their prey escaped, Of thieves, their booty caught. Of Iloodt, and fire, and accident, Those worn-oult types have told, And how the lpestilence has swept The youlthfuil aid the oll; Of Iuarriia1ges, of births anld deaths, Of things to please or veX Ius; Of one inlst.'s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 23 August 1871

to--.Y: L B ?e lZ ON W atohmaker ann JwT .' rs,. iWatchlles, Co::.;, J ".r), tSilver and Pla tcJ ,tarc, SP'IE'CT 'I'CLE .I.N FAN;C Y GOODS. rat,.uK. a :', N. V., G(,EN . :'...SCH.. -AU3I PIPES. N. B.-All Gomdis soil w;uranted asre jereseote d. lajrch 1, t71-i. C(l_"2LEE A. DANA,. Editor. A Newin.eaper of the Present Times. Iulterded: for People Now on Earth. Intclt-e FParmers,. lMcclt.alcs Mierehants, Pro fes'eeioal -M;1n, W':. ers, TheI:ers, ad al 1 an. ter of Ioin:est !'nP:s, aa d the Y'ivl, Souts, und Daeut-eers of :,!l sucn. (ONLr ONZE DOLLAR A YE~AU ONE RUN.'tRED COPIES FOR 830, Or les than One Cent a Copy. Let there be a .53 Club a cv-:ry Post Office. SEM3I-1VEEILY NUN, 82 A YEAR, of the s:ame size and r.nernl character as TIff WIcEcILY, hbt with a greater variety of nLscoil:anIleuo rea:iro, and farnishin: the news to ItS satscriblh s with al eater froslness, becauso It comts to tec nr ae intonae o of n oes . TILE D.Ai.Y SUL', CG A Y-EA . A pretiml, trlte rcbal-,li'e n'..s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 30 August 1871

I J.I U . ULIJULUJ-.--.. E, A BIOSAT_ . A WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUH, PUBLISHER ,OL U .2 A L E X A N D RIA L W E D E. r VOLUME 27.} ALEXANDRIA LA., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 18Y1. B ....,, n ¢ nr n a  F ' nla ' IIm' ,,m'm " I I nrman, a• n  = '" , TUIZII D!MOCRAT" im pnli;shedl dWeek ly, at riWE DJ.Lts per !.nnnm, Tri: for six months, palyable in advance No Subscription taken for a lees prrid than Six Months.. ADVTIRTIE 'V!tNT inserted at the rate of $1 50 r':i: sqQTAni for the first iu.i;rtion and 75 c s r, for each snusc qlenrt one. Eight lines or less, consti totu a square. The following are our rate; to ycarly Advertisers: One Column........... -- ..------- .. -- 00 I:alf Colm n....................------ 175 00 Third of Colmn............. 130 Oil Fourth of Colunmn ............... 100 00 C:arlo, (occupeeying space ofeight lines,orless,) .... . ........ 0 i00 Obituary Noticcs, Marriages, Public Muetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. SPePrsonal cards, w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 30 August 1871

E. .I. BIOSaST, -. .I'IDITOR F. A. BIOSSAT,... PULýLISI ER rFICE--CORNER OF FRONT AND BEAURFEGARD STREETS, ALEXANDRIA, LA.: W E ?ESDAY,.............S EG. 3D0, 1711. NOTIEC' I nTh. TIIE LADIES OF THE CATHOLIC tie Church of St. Francis Xavier, are requested to meet at the 'town Hall, isial on Saturday, the 9tli of.September, at conve 11 o'clock. suppe --- ' Fedci Longfellow. overa from STlls Fame, or rather a horse bearioL major it, has been turning all horsedom up- Klux side down,for more than two months. some In a dash of four miles lie ran, so it is then reported of icially, a single mile, in about 'that dash, in 1.40. Before this feat no admi one ever'dreamed he was a third rate after race horse. 'Blut this mere racro per- petite formance was enough for the foolish On tl and wild phrenzy of an excitable peo- the a lle. Forthwith Lecomte and Lexing- both ton were no where, did not merit to be to ca named the same year with Longfellow. to ac Oh! no he was the race horse 2ar excel- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 30 August 1871

A REIARKABLE T:.WMJIN. Leaves from the Private Life of Mrs. Wharton, STARTLING ECCEN TRICITIES. For women this is certainly the age of promise and prominence. We find theni on every hand leaving the hearth stone and.storminig the cutrenched po sitions of male humanity. They have carried the rostrum and the pulpit by force, and are now thundering at the portals of the franchise. But in a graver and decidedly a trag ic sense we find them latterly entering into competition with man. We al lude to the simaoon or tidal wave of murder that has but lately swept across our continent, and has left at this very moment three prominent women, with blood upon their hands, stranded upon the beach of justice. We allude of course to Mrs. Laura I). Fair, the Cali fornia murderess, Mrs. Lydia Sher man, the Birmingham Borgia, and Mrs. Major HIarry W. Wharton, who is the latest sensation of the day in connec tion with the great Baltimore poison ing case. We do not propose to nwl ite for the readers of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 30 August 1871

MISCELLANEOUS, LEgI & FERGUSONj Watchmakers antc Jewelers. IEALErI.S Ix Watclhes, FC:'ks, Jewelry, ilv-er and Pla ted Ware, TPECTAOLES AND .FANCY GOODS. S'(LET A(GENTS FOR POLLIAK & SON, N. Y., GENLINE MERSCIIHAUI PIPES. N. B.-AIl Goods sold warranted asre presented. March 1, 1271-tf. tEIARILES A. DANA, Editor. `Zhe jlt Wedig Sun.. A Newspaper of the Present Times. Intecnded for People Now on Earth. Including Farmere. Mechanics. Meschants, Pro. fe.eional teii,Wilkere, Tlhiakers, and all Man aor of Ionest Folks, and the Wives, Sons, and Daughters of all such. ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR I ONE HlUNDRED COPIES FOI 8350. Or less than One Cent a Copy. Let there be a' $50 Club at ivary Post Once. SBEMI-WEEKLY SUN, 82 A YEAR, of the ome Esize and general character as TUIE WEL;L,r, bit with a greater variety of ,miscel;ancons readine, and farntshing the news to its sunseribers with gre.ter freshncss. because it comes twice a week instead of once only. TIE DAILY SUN, $B A YEAR. A preemin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 6 September 1871

_ __ _ o u i s i aR Dii aE D T MNeP T EMoc r a E. A. BIOSSAT TH WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH.. rUBLISHER VOLUME 27.V ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1871. _ * NUMBER,8. _M IM gun up ga g a I TI~f D~T'U T'i rti-;c fer 1L,. at FIVP Il)iLfttz OS )UV'1 1? 1110~, 'I11111 for sit 1i1t~tts e atii'ib aiv:lne No tint~cr pi,). t~'c f.n" a 1U'.:. 1 ul ^ td in~t ý17 3Icaý T iv:°crt 1 at the rlt.1 of $1. 5) i'r'~t soi '.uJ for the. firs" I :i~ *r iii tudl ý (i cr for each sUtise. qio':it oac. Ligltt li s' or less, coiiti tw a a'l'tar:'. Tii following are. our rat--- toyearly 'iIilvc;rti-,2rs: 1fait :'o 0 !1'!i tt ----------- ----- -- l ) (ii) o'!irI of Cuiun . 1........ ...... 20 00 FIourthl of Ca101101 ... .. IlO) 01 Crirls, (ocrivvxi space of eight io, l c"---------- - 0 0!1 (to lt`::ac '\itice.-, Xuiriii'ttge'. Public MIt'i'fi:i-1, CotI.ls of ThIa:iits, etc., to IIe pIiml fr is adivertiseietnits. '7 z':'r; tl ~earal, w'hen '!itiisil,le chargi doublnie the usIuIal at1'ertiSta1ICii tsi L...

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