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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 6 September 1871

l:. I1:1. _ I ýuSST... .ED1TO1 F. A. BfO SSAvT,. . -I'UflLTSrEl. ork'1 E-COI :NEIE Or F R NT A MD B U;EAGARD ST EE T I ALEXANUIRIA, LA. EBXEDS BAYT,........... SEPT 6, 1571. T Ra E L A DEl1:SO' 'IOIITE ('ATJOLIJC Chord, of St. F tt ani ý:nvier, are regiw, ted to meiet at the 'Ton I'!!. on `ýat ii ay, tihe 'Jil of Septeuber, at 11 o'cioclk 1i. A lion ec di h1s8 often fright ened the jckal-s; and Jefferson Day is, says the New Orleans. Times:, in the honorhble retirement of private life, is still a source of clari to his political enemics. Tihy envy him the possession of that lornan virtue which survived defest and contume ly; they envy him thle possession of that moral rectitudo which has tri umphed over temptation and disas ter; they envy him the respect and veneration in which he is held by an admiring people; chastened instead of impaired by misfortune. In mill they search the galaxy of greatness; even beneath the laurel crown, for his peer in man-like grandeur. We are dot to wond...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 6 September 1871

Letter From Colonel W. P. Johdston. BArrTOw, J:tEIlSoX Co., GA., ? July 25, 171. ( Jlijor D. 21. eSpcrr, LaGrange, Ga..: I-.AP. SI:-Y our letter, :ad iressed front the St. Nicholas iotel, Neaw XuI , camIe duly to haneil. You ask mue to give you the political news of Geor( iil.i It is a dillieult task to give the true conditionl of political aloails in this State. The ]Democratic party seems to be divided inito two factious, each equally patriotic and hoinest, and scek ing to aeconiplillitihe same result-the, overthrow of IRadical powcr and the restoration of the Geovernielnt to con stitutienal priucilpks. Thiis sclioitm in our ranks will, 1 feat,, prove disastrous in its co(nseqIlunces. 'the party, weak befocre, is weaker now. United, tlhere was little hope of victory; divided, there is none. It is of the highest no portance that we should present to the enemy an unbroken front. Our col unins shouild be ma:rshalled in solitd phalanx and IIhurled, withI a dletermtina tion to succeed,...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 6 September 1871

M1CeLLAEUUI _____r O, LE B I lIati'heo, CA, ) , I 'SPECTACLIP AND V>'Yc GOOD,. PC)LLK ~.A)NN. Y., Nr. I.-All cizoo'.b stlil wt:t: rat ted as rc Iiructtcd 3-t11tit11 1, '2~t - _____ A Newspaper of t ir Prcasont Tltrcq. Iiitcaoo-: t fr Pca;Dzi NowY 0on Inrri. 1at-:tr':.g 020trO^ 3. ir":1to.'. ttkr tctia , Pro fcoootal Moo. and..iT , a'lJ 1' RI - lici of OI nt,: tit tilv , C s, ti of V all S "el. ONLY ONE DOLLAIL A ICAI: i ONE : UafDI-i': COP1:'J FOIL 5.39 Or ias thain Ono C"-~, :t C ,,te. I.ct there be a O)le rGlu P oll s t1ce. 5E 11-EIMTC--L1 IJN, $3 AN, AYEAR,, or tno r .s:3 F:z-l l ant 1 1tor:.I Cio3tr/'Cr as -T:r:'' WI:.::. 1+t.. r t Oott.lar oioy of liliyruý"aa^7'::i t00.' ·. ..l T·C'i::t!7- Ail` flows to itO Zjt01: .1; 71".S 1 ,i: t1, ot :rsQIt:itSS . brCaUO) 1t .o111ee tiFIC"3 a wc c ::: of 0110,3 c0 only. TIE DAILY Y3. N, `'3 A YCl.. A tro"f~ Pr 1( (0 I'ý~ ,::tl-t- ^ Ur "ti c. a cvv e . bA:!l T iAI S TO ;'iI3UGS. TILE 0)]- --:i CI.T:;iLY SUTN. Five CODep. OT. J3 o::: 01' - ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 13 September 1871

..,[m.r..-f.n-r.mc,m "- .. .    ' • -'- =" ' --" - E. A. BIOSSAT THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH, . - I PU HE VOLUME 27.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1871. . INUMBER 9. THE DtvOUZRAT" is published Week ]y, at rFIVE Dor..LAIs pr annuml , rIIuI:: for six mlonths, payahtle i'iadvance . No Seab.cription takkon for a less period than Six Months. AD 73:"I5^ JNGTT3 i'serted at the ri.te of $1. 5) pER ~r.&l:-it for the first insertion i al 75 CErs for each suhse qe:lnt one. Ei.!ht iines or less, cn:ti lltte :L splire. Tthe foll\owing are our rates to yearly Advertisers: O!o ?,nol!l'Ul.. .......------*.. --. - 00- O0 ]lilf C.olnnn. ...... ....- ...... 175; ( Third of Colmmn ................- 110 I F'o'rth1 of Cotl nl........... .. . ]00 00) Cardls. (oc.etnp'iug space of eight lines, orless,).....-...............20 00 Ohit, uary Ntices, Marriages. Publice Mectingls, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertismcients. " P i' r i i e trels. 'v'i'1H alni:sibli, ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 13 September 1871

E. R. BluSSAT.. DITOR E. A. I3IOSSAT,... PUBLISHER OFFICE-CORNER OF FRONT AND BEAUREGARD STREETS. ALEXANDRIA, L." WED E SDIY, ........... SEPT 1.3, 1871. Pass Mmi sArund. Win. Francis McLean, advertising agent, 265 Broadway, New York, is oer sole agent.in that city from and after this date.-[Ritchland Beacon. And if Winm. Francis don't gonge youn, if lie gets a chance, there are no snakes in Rig Cecek.! We will take fire dl lars, froui any one hnt him, for a claim amounting to over fifty dollars he has been owing us over five years. Take it.-[Onchita Telegraph. We will close with him, on the.same terms, for One Hundred dollars due the Democrat for five years. Who bids? Don't all speak at once! 1LWe are deeply pained to have to chronicle the demise of another of our best and most esteemed fellow-towns men. Robert C.. Hetherwick, aged 42 years, died at the residence of J. W. Iladnot, where lie had gone to recruit his shattered health for a few days. "His death occured, on Saturday eve...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 13 September 1871

A Noted Woman. D1 ATII OF 3MADA3A 3fAKAU, 1i IO BO'GHT ANOTHER  WOIAN'S II S - BAND AND IMADE HERSELF REMrARKA BLE-AG ED COQUETTING. On Saturday afternoon last the fu Deral rites were observed on the re jatlns of a woman who was rerarka ble for her age and an eccentricity of pianner which time, instead of abating, only made the more extravagant. Her ,,lte was Cat oline.lt ;kau, and her age ninety-even. She w;ts kl.town to all Souiltwark and oiyalmensilag as :,;emmy lazare," ommy Smith," and '3Mounmy M;ikau," having been married three times. Her long life was seasoned by some spicy events, the knowledge of which served to heighien-the interest with which she was regarded by all the denizens ofthe sections we have mentioned, and to give publicity to that extravagant hu mor which characterized her. When about twenty yents of age Madame Mazare and her husband came to this city from France, and having consid crable of this world's goods settled in Third Street, above Spruce, and kept...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 13 September 1871

MISCELL NEOUI:, -r__ LEVIN& F ERGUSON Watchmakers and Jewelers. )IEALIEI'S IN Watches, Clooks, Jewelry, Stiver and Pla ted Ware, SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS. SOtr. ACI:.N TS FOel POLL \K & SON, N. Y., GENUINE .IIRSCHAUjI PIPES. N. B.-All Goods sold warranted asre presuented. March 1, 1871-tf. CIIALES A. DANA. Editor. A Newspaper of the Present Times. Intended for People Now on Earth. Including Farmers. Mtechauiiic. Merchants, Pro tessional Men, Wult'ers. Thinkers, and a: 1 an. ner of Honest Folks. and the Wives, Sons. and Dlaqhters of all such. ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YELR I ONE fIUNDRED COPIES FOL 30O. Or less than One Cent'a Copy. Let there be a S50 Club at cv'ry P'ot Oltcc. SETI-TWEEIKLY SUIN, 82 A YEARI of the same size anl general charactor as TIli .WEEKLY, but with a greater variety of nniscelaaeons readlac, and furnihh!ii; the nOws to Its asubcribets with ueaster fre4hness. Oecause It comea twice a week insteal of oncaoqly. TIR~ DAILY SUN, 86 A YEAR. A preminentlr readihe n...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 20 September 1871

E. A, BIOSSAT THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH,. . . PUBLISER VOLUE 271 ALEANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2087. NUMBE . a f 3Du itzL ý5: THE. D - O-'RAT' i- ';u'i !,da V'ek ly, at F' IVE L ii .L" PiP I , " rT::Al fir s :- iiths. V>-y.. 1' in : '. :I1'c No S;.jscriti] oa tak t F',_ a l -,ri.l t"-;1:. Six Months. AD"'ý9;.TI.:: J :tzT3 in.ertcul at 1th rate of .?1 5.3 ri:p: ~:1m: for the first insazcti : and~ 75 c::':' fr ,:rih sohse q.teat one,'. Ei:lt !lt~i es or 1-s, c,,-sti tntuo s l't tar'.- The lip '.oin, g arc ou:r rates to ytarly .dvcrtisers: Onoe Con tilat. ...... p .pn O Half Conlun.' .-........ 1-.7 (I Third of Ctui ..mi] ----- ----.------ -",/, Fourth of Cttlu:,n -... ---- 1(0 (: Cirdsl, (ocupyi ,g space 'of eight lines, orless,) ... .... 20 00 Obituary Noti ces, M0arriages, Piulic Meootings, Car!s of Th:anks, etc., to {te. paid for as aver-tise:n,ts. 'chr P.r:miul the mrdsl wlIeTl aidmiisilt charitemd miwie the usual advertisneiments. PROFLS ITOIN AIL,, R. W. B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 20 September 1871

c.1I. B103 $ 'f,,. . ..ED1TOLI I. A. BIOSSAT,... PUHLISIUR O FIC L-CU]EI'P. OF FRONT AND BEAU EGA1RD STRE'ETS. ALEX.NJDRI A. LA. 'WED' .1IV ........... .EFT 20, 1S;1. E-c' It is stated that there is a plant in New Granada, which, it our ink makers could only grow in sufficient quantity in this country would be a fortune tii them. The plant in ques tion (Coiaria thyrnifolio) is commonly known as the ink plant, and it is sim ply the juice that is used without any preparation. Its properties seem, ac-. cording to a tradition in the countrjy, to have been discovered during the Spanish administration. A number of written documents, destined for the mother country, were emblirked in a vessel and transmuitted around the Cape. The voyage was unusually tempesta:us, and the documents got wet with salt water. Those written with comnmon ink became nearly ille gible, whereas those written with "chanchi" (the name of- the Juice) remained unaltered. A decree was, therefore issued that all governme...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 20 September 1871

110W GEN. MORCGAWN$AS KILLED. A WVONDERIFUL STORY. FACTS THAT HIAVE PASSED INTO IIISTO IY DRAGGED UP AND tE.IN VESTED 1WITII TRUTIH. We take thile following-from the Memphis Appeal: GREENVILLE, EAST TENNESSEE, It was stated in a former letter that I occupied the apartment in which General John Morgan last rested. Not many weehs after his marvelous escape from a Nort'hern prison he reassumed the con:ummand of his forces, and ad vanced from Bristol toward Green ville. io- had'often been entertaindil at the elegant house of Mrs. Williams, whose son was the owner of the place, (the mother having died a year ago,) was then a member of Morgan's staff. Mljor Williams was not with Deneral Morgan when tile latter left the brigade encampment, accompanied by Cajftain Gessett, and preceded his troops and entered the village. Williams follow ed rapidly. Ile overtook Morgan just as he entered Greenville, and soon learned that tile place had been occu pied, the preceding day, by a prowling baud o...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 20 September 1871

MISCELL:INEO US, LEgIl UNSO, Watchmakers and Jewelers. I)EALES!S IN Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and Pla ted Ware, SPE&PACLES AND FANCY GOODS. S'iI.I AGENTS FORI POLLAK & SON, N. Y., GENUINE .IJERSCHAUAI PIPES. N. B.-AII Goods sold warranted as r presented. M.larch 1, 171--tf. CIARLE3 A. DAA. Editor. A Newspaper of the Present Times. Intended for People Now on Earth. Including Farmers. Mechanios, erchbants,'Pro fesslonal AMen, Workera. Thinkers, and all Man ner of Honest Folks, and the Wives, Sone. and Dau-htere of all sach. ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR ! ONE IUNDRED COPIES FOIR 50. Or loss than One Cent a Copy. Let there be a $50 Club at every ?ost Office. SEM..WEEKLY SUN, $'7A YEAIR,a of the same size and general character as THE WEEKLY, but with a greater variety of miscel!aneou readinn, and furnishing the news to its Stmscribors with greater freshness, because It comes twice a week loateaof once only. THE DAILY SUN, S A YEAR. A pretnmlinentlVy rcdb:o newspaper.witm the l...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 27 September 1871

I I ."hI ~l + 11 ýf 1 rofr 1 t. - · -,.- 9~ ___~~~~~~L __-* :'-,.ULS 10 6. A. BISAT THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO-'MUOH.- . \TO LJM[E "247. ___ ALEXANDRIA,' LA., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEM~BER ,2.,17 NJBR ~, f $ 1 ?? T-ii iE~ %VE S THE D-.,'T t1A" kptntii ,r1ýil al1 i;ti1i a ta:"ci frai e.a pxºi . thaii Sis ,I:,:t:ls. A'Y7.. 3 I3PI ids'E i.. rtrhi at the t~itnfor the lit:,! rat"pit oa, Liti tinAr ine , Io.,'i t;lti} a. "'' I'iir T'it' oil eiiii t xt, re mi r:iteC to a.;'1V .'t lýdat tit.tis Ha.lft Cthlttii 17n ('0 Thir d of 1 'tl tilti ---- - ----" MO Ott Fa:irth of Crl tiit'...-------"-- - l- i Catrct (t't'o'tyit apart'il' of i ?t lijn~so r-e-a) 2100 0 Ohitixtry Xntitens, M[arri'ii S Publit M[oetiigs. Card. of Timat ks, etc., to to' padfor as atla'ertia;eoirits. .' V' P )r1 til esr-i.. 5"hii't1't '~l ibhitl charged dtriml,l' tI hle us"all a " 'ii iaeuCtia. PXerEPs .' L. !. 1. W1iHf GATl1ST li civy--1.x ma2gi ~ o -and PARISI J US 7 1 02" ir~ya1nZsf s ir/f rF10J2~ ~ ALEXANIDER, LA. ORDERS sent fy...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 27 September 1871

E. 1. BIOSSAT..........EDITOR E. A. BIOSSAT,... PUBLISIIER OFFICE-CORNER OF FRONT AND BEAUREGARD STREETS. ALEXANDRI4, LA. WEDNESDT1AY, ..........SEPT 27, 1571. * .. Great complaint is daily' heard as regards the finances of the Parish, and low ebb,to which Par ish money has gone down. A few S moments' reflection at the true sit untion, will cause a change for the better, arind convince all that our finances are in a good condition; and that Parish script should be taken freely at a nominal discount. The true and only cause is the de lay of Taxpayers in coming tip. and paying their Parish dues. We are now near the tenth month of the+ year 1871, and less than one fourth of the Taxes of 1870 have been paid, and yet a nice sum of those of 1809 remain still uncollected. And a good round sum of the trade licen ses of 1870 and 1871 must be added as also unpaid to the large tax list. * The whole matter is in a nut shell: there is now long over due the Par- I ish more than four times her in ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 27 September 1871

Mrs. Wharton. Doctor Aitken Produces a Reaction in Her Favor. HIS OPINION IN TIlE SCITOEPPE CASE TUE PRISONER'S DEVOTION TO lIER. DACGITERII-ER JAIL LIFE. During the past two or three weeks the excitement in the public mind con sequest, upon the horrors developed by the almost direct proofs of poison hav ing been administered to-Gencral Ket chum, resulting in his death while ly ing sick in the house of Mrs. Wharton, and the narrow escape of MIr. Van Ness under similar circumstances (the latter being her financial agent,) had some what subsided, but has been again re newed by the publication of the result of Dr. Ailken's analysis of the contents of tl stotunch of her deceased son, announcing that no poison could be found either in the stomach or the in testines. Little faitlh, however, is placed in his judgment, and, while it is tobe hoped, both for the sake of humanity and the accused, that his examination is cor rect, it would have been far better to have submitted to the test of o...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 27 September 1871

MIIS' E LL 1NEO1> , LETýI FERGUSON 01 lathelmakers and Jewelers. IF:.LLEI;S IN l atesle, CIloks. Jew-l1r-, Sdlucr ant Pla t! \ware, 1PECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS. S';L! L( GNTS F01R I'OLLAK & SON, N. Y., CGENUINE JEFrSC1f1UM PIPES. N. B.-All Guol.s sol]] warrantedc asre resicuted. Mfare!l 1, 1 1-tf. CIIL.J A. D A. , Editor. A Newsspaper of the Prescut Tihnes. Intc idel for Peocle Now on Earth. TnclatiCg Farme;ets. Mechanics, Mlerrhants, Pro. fessional Men, Wolk,,rs.Thiinkers, aid all Man ner of llanet FoiLs, and the Wive:, Sons. and iiuaflterd of all such: ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEALZ I ONE 1UNDrfED COPIES FOIL 850, Or less than One Cent a Copy. Let there be a $50 club at every Post Oltce. SE3iI.WEEKLY SUN, 82 A YEAR, of thi rate acit ant generaCl character as TILE WEEKLY, but with a gecater variety of minsccllaneoas readia, as3d furni;h!no the news to its Suaesrlberswlth giroater freshness. because t comes twice a weeL Iastead of once only. THE DAILY IUN, S0 A YEAR. A prciietncntl r...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 4 October 1871

E, A. BIO;SAT .THE WORL IS GOVERN -D TOO MUCH, 3. . VOLUIME 27.1 ALEXANDIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 171NUMBE 12 rrTEL E~tS: T313 D3n"'IC CRAT"' isi"''lislletl ~rcc'l I v. at FR F. I)OT.L..rS peŽr LITI;1fln, TIII I: for si 'n ,nth , taV~ltle inl :11v"lce No Sn1ia^"1'I+1flnn takOen fnr a less period thiain g37737Pti W NTH incsrtsdl at the r:itto f 3i. 5') PII1Qltt2 SQUIe for thet first I iii ·.otiin a;wnl 75 c1?N5rs for each snl.s' tot,3 a v~pirt). Thie felloexiig are (liir rates to yarly Advl'ertisers: O!t. Cii" niua ...... . W ....... (00 iI·,lf C:hiimii ------- ---- 175 al Third of Cdolntun .-- - .10 1t) Foiurtli of'C 'oluii-------- if n(I Cards, (octipyri og space of eight line s, ) rle--. . ........ 20 00 OVititiary Notices, Marriages. Publie M1"lwting', Cards of Thanks, etc., to Ibe paid fir as :Lcucrtisernents. -'7rteilr tlil thrtle n wihrn ert isnients. clhlr'fcr\ cdonble the usualn ntii ert iseculellts. PROFEr SIONAL. pim licl R. . BIRIGIC[URST, lit. C iriv "I xgi n er --:...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 4 October 1871

E. R. BIOSSAT,... ...... EDITOR E. A. BIOSSAT,... I'UBLISIIE OFFICE-CORNER OF FRONT AND BEAU(EGARD STREETS. ALEXANDRIA, CA." WEDNESD.Y,........... ..OCT 1, 1871. S'rl*.e Louisville Ledger has i n formation to the effect that the Ku Klux Committee has decided to con tinue the policy of sending sub-com mittees throngh the South to take evi dence. The States which are thought by the Radicals to be in need of inves tigation are North Carolina, South Car olina, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi and Georigia. These sub-committees will be appointed this week, and will be immediately started out on their la bors. It is the intention to have all the sub-committees' reports to be ready in time to be submitted with the gene ral report at the opening .of Congress. The appropriation of $50,000 is now about expended, and further business will be done on the credit system, re lying upon future Congressional aid. The evidence already taken before the Ku-Klux Committee makes 3000 print ed pages. a A fea...

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

A 11O OMN'S QL'ESTIO8 , Before I trust my fate to thee, Or ilace tay hand in thine, efrln-. 1 let thly future givce Col'r and formi to thine, Before 1 peril all f.r thee, question tly t" eoul to-night for me. it I break all Flighter bonds, nor feel A sihadow of regret, C Is thoer one link within the past That holds thy spirit yet ? Or is thy faith nas clear and free as that t which I can pledge to thee t ? Does there within thy dimnmest dreams, A poisihle, future shine. Wherein thy lift crld henceforth breathe. Untouched, unshared by mine . s1 If si, at any pain or cost, oh, tell me be- tl fore all is lost ! Si Look deeper still. If than can'st feel. N Within thy inmost eoul, ti That th ! a -t kept a port ion back, Whiile I have staked the whole c Let no tal!;o pity spare the blow, but in trute mercy tell ame so. i Is th6e.ewithin thy heart a ared q Tiiat muine cannot fulfill I One chord that any otiher hand Could Iwtter wake or still ? Speak now. lest at some future day my a whol...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 4 October 1871

311.C ELL A, N EU., _I LEI & FE G USON, Watchmakers and Jewelers. I)AsLEI.:riS IN Watches, CIoiks, iJrelry, Silher and Pia ted Ware, SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS. SOLE A(GENT.' FOR IPOLL.K & SON, N. Y., GENUINE MIERSCHAUI PIPES. N. B.-All Goodnt e lctd( warranlted as re presnented. 3M::rch 1, TT7I-tf. CIIAP.EE A. DNA. Editor. She othir delly Auu. A paper of the Present Times. Intended for People Now on Earth. Including Farmea. )lecha:tlcs. Mferrhants, Pro ifssiona MenW'Wleors.Thiakers, iad a I Maan tier of Iianest Folks. and the WIve , Sons. and Dau:hters of all such. ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR h ONE lUNDDRED COPICr FOIL SO. Or less than One Cent a Copy. Let there be a $a Club at evrry Post Oflice. 8E1.I-VEEKLY SUN, $2 A YE'AR, of the same size and gcncr::l e:aractor as TR'. WEEKLY, but with a greater variety of m:,ecel:aneons readine,and furnittnu: the n-ws to its suIseribers with greater fresrlncss. becaunse It comes twice a week instead of once only. THE DAILY SUN, f6 A YEA...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 11 October 1871

t ..4. WINJ A . ... AJý "'t E . ,; ' ": ý '1ý 4r : ý + RE. BINSA I.T.. , VOUM 2.}ALEXAND IA,LA. W~EDNESDAY, OCTOE 11, 171 T J-J IRL M /S: THE DEMOCRAT" isp DblishedWeek ly. at, Fi'F DOLLARS per anulainl, THIIREE for sik months, paya ble in advance No Sabscription taken for a less period than Six Months. ADVERTISEMENT3 inserted at the rate of $1 50 PER SQUARE for the first insertion and 75 cExTS for each snbsc qgent one. Eight lines or less, consti tte a square. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: OeC6,lhn(in.............- ...... $300 00 Half Column.................. 175 00 Third of Column ..............-- 130 00 Fourth of Column .............. 100 00 Cards, (occupying space of eight lijtes,vrless,)--..-- ----- ------.. 0 00 Obituary Notices, Marriages., Publid Mfeetfugs, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as aýVcrtisemehs. !• P~onOr l earis, when adinissible "charged double the nasal advertisements. PROFESSION AL,. R. W. W. BRINGHURST, Civil knPgIneer --and- PdI'...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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