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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 13 March 1872

E. . IOSSAT .......----- EDITO E. A. BIOSSAT,.. - PUBLISIHIERI OFFICr-COIR"ER OF FRONT AND BEAUrEGARD STREETS. Our Agents. E. C. Wharton & Co.,..... New Orleans Thomas Mcintyre_....... " J. Curtis Wa;!do-,.......... " S. M. Pe-ttendill & Co.,.... Ncw Yorkl ThIos. Tardrew & Co.,..... c' " Griflin & loffmian......Baltimore, IMd ALEXANDRI)A, LA. 1EDNESSDIAY,..........R IClI 13, 197 Ccurse of thre D)mocrat. rec hel Now that the important elcctions Pic ill our State are soon to take place, thi and that the patriots, who have been imn fighting with their graves, when they for should have been facing other music, any are again wiping the dew drops from A. their manes we are already in receipt me of communicatiotis marking oftt our era course and making use of the Demo- ati' crat generally. We may as well now an and for the balance of the campaign, «a lay down our platform, which we in- De tqnd to stand on or burst in the at- 00( tempt. The Democrat is ours and 1)01 belongs...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 13 March 1872

The Certificate of Senator 1 homqs on Governor IVarmoth's Conser vatism. TI.e Shrevepoit Times of the 14th nit. contains a letter from Senator 1'homas, of hBossier, to its editors, in whjilh lie attempts to justify his course daring the present session of the Leg ishature in abandoning his colleagues of the Democratic party and allying ii.rneif with Governor Warmoth. ];ic we deired to have additional li,too of the conversion of Senator ':,,imiis to Warmtothean Republican icm and of his treachery' to his collea pges of the Democratic party in the late ciisis, we would not have wished i. mir"e convuining and more concln c,ve avidc:ce of it than this which MIr. Tliowni;s furnishes against himself. ' ,.e inspired writer of the book of Job t ."1s rs t!a:t the patriarch desired his '-enemy might write a book." Senator 'T'houias, less prudent than the adver ;::y ,,f Job, has written that which en atbics tie peoplle-of the State of Lou isiana to condemn him out of his own imolth. The follow...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 13 March 1872

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 20 March 1872

,+ ei , a; Ii if - 0 *. I? - is- · ; ··; · :: " ,,, it + ' ,.}" " . $ .1*-. E, A. BIO"SAT THE WORLD'. ! GOVERNED TOO MUCH, VOLUME 27. * ALIEXANDRIA, LA'., WEDNESDAY,, ýMARCH1. 2O;~1872.:IU BE 5 TE T 5 ERT S: T'uI DEM')CRAT" ispuhlishedWcek ay, 1t P" Dn)LL.tuS pir annum, TIIIrn-: for vix !nVithI, aItayab1 in advanulco No su:,)+ripli'' t.tkeu for a less period than Sic Months. ADvfi l3TI/SW1r3 inserted at the rato of l 5) ;re squAnst for the first inks(rtio)n an 1 75 cEtr, for each subse5 qu.lt ona. Eight liiines or less, consti tute a s. tire. The follwing are our rates to yearly A.dvertisers Oflor C .onllmn .--.---------------- 00 00o HalfoIlnunt.................... 175 00 Third of Coltrin.....--..--..-.... 130 00 Foiunrth of C lnat,............... 100 00 Cards, (oempying space of eight lines,orless,)----...........-------......-- 20 00 O,i)a %ry Noticas, Marriages. Public M'stings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be aid for as advortise'nents. 7 ['ero'I Iln ca1r:ls, when amrlissible char...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 20 March 1872

1 'X IUl t IrXan t. t I C. B. I3I()SSAT.-------.EEDITOlR nom E. A. BIOSSAT,... I'PBLISIIEl the OFFICE-COlNIER OF COfl FRONT AND BEAUREG-ARD STREETS. It is -thor Our Agents. nom first E. C. Whartont & Co.,....New Orleans side Thomas McIntyre,..--... " " the J. Curtis Waldo,-.... ' " t S. M. PI'ettengill & Co.,.....New York diss Thos. Tardrew-& Co. ,... dss Grifin & Hoffman,....-Baltimore, Md the _____- - __ labc ALEXANDRIA, LA.- has WEDNESDAY........RCII 20, 172 and WEDN~ESD AY,... · ···......I- lifl 20, 1872~ DEMOCRATIC MAISS MEETING, a -tic. are A MASS . EETING OF THE D-par mocracy of the Parish of opides will loop van be held at Alexandria, on sigi SATURDAY, the Gth day of APRIL, lart L7`2, lhol h~e for the purpose of appointing delegates he wh to the Democratic State Convention to 1 which meets in New Orleans on the ff hol 18th of April. J. (. WlIllTE, Ma Chairman Democratic Central Com- at unittee. be .... He SNEAK-TIITF JOURNALISr.-Let Us, -col reduce to a few w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 20 March 1872

S ADDRESS fi (o TIE t ppoVIS ONAL STATE CENTRAL CO- tl i1ITTEt OF THE EEFOiRM PARTY ci T) THE PEOPLE 01' LOUISIANA. It NEW ORTANS, LA., 0 lMarch 12, 1872. n A crisis has been reached in the af- d fairs of this State; and when such cri- u p's as the present occur, a more than ti oidinaryl attention to politi al affairs tl /biconles the inmperative duty of every to itizen, Thie redemption of the State ti f;om degradatio()n and dishonor re- e quires now from her children an unsel- b fEh dedication to tihe great work of a Rtefot m. S For :ears past tihe people of this tl e nu"n wealth i:have been divided.- r prejudice, which was the natural off- y spwiug of our former institutions, and tl artually inrmbedded in our peuenliar civ ilization, has prevented the cordial co- b operation of the two great races inhab- ii icing ous terr itory. -And as these races n nets neatly equally divided in num- ti brr,, this division has offered thIe State a an easy prey to unprincipled and de Eiglning ien...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 20 March 1872

MtISCELI NEJU, & lE RGUSO. AGR HA the Ft selectt FAL' mnd ofi - ALP, Watchmakers and Jewelers. itt.rALEiiRs IN Watehes, Clodis, Jewelry, silver and Pla- I. ted Ware, SPECTACLES ANDI FANCY GOODS.' ' S01,11 AGENI:TS FOR Lr~ POLL \K & SON, N. Y., Guoo GENUFINI 3IlRSGIlAU1 PIPES. Ju N. Il-All Goods sold warranted as re presented. J March 1, l7-tf.J It. IRADWAY'S READY RELI EFI lll cra'sý: ar wutar t I'S thot IN FROM ONE Ti) TWENTY MINUTES lo: , Will NOT ONE IOUR t.ori after reading this ad.c rtitseuient necd any : SUFFER WITH PAINX. ay cbt ADWAY'S READY RELIEF IS A 1 ecure for every p:an. It w is int nhea t extU and is THilE ON.LY I'-IIy REireF)Y that ap. instantly stops the most ixcretiatin til ' o 1(in1s, allays Inflammnations, atnd cires! thit Cnigestiols. whllither of the Lit.I-s, Stunom ihili, Bowels, or other glands or organs, by one apijliicatiotn. IN FROM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES no matter haw viol-tint or texeruitiating tihe pInt, the Rheumatic. i-i-ridden, infirm. cripple...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 27 March 1872

"---A -,,~--------.- ,THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUH ... LISHE VOLUM.E 27}. ALEXANDRIA, LA:, WEIINESDAY, MARC.H 27, 1872.. INUMBER 3 .ammm~~~~~n~~m~ ýmmmmmnm~nummm ýu Ammmmmm M A R CH 27mmig, =-, ,,, ., .18 2 T E IEZIM' 8: THEI DEMOCRAT" is published Week ly, at FIv'E DOLLARS per annum, TIREIE for six mionth, payable in advance No Sahihripttion taken for a less period than Six Months. -AD2LITt3i 'i T3 inserted at the rate of $1 50 PIE. SQUARE for the first insertion and 75 CENTS for each subse q'ient one. Eight lines or less, constil tote a.s Sliaro. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: One Columin..................... $300 00 Half Column.................... 17-5 00 Third of (,lp1uln................ 130 00 Fno:$h of Column............. 100 00 Cards, (,neupying space of eight lines,orless,)........................ 20 00 O')it.1 i1' Notices, Marriages. Public Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be aid for as advertisements. SP:,rnal:J eCards, when admissible charge...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 27 March 1872

E. R. BIOSSAT,........ EDITOR E. A. BIOSSAT,... PUBLISHER OFFICE-CORNER OF FRONT AND BEAUREGARD STREETS. Our Agents. E. C. Wharton & Co.,....New Orleans Thomas McIntyre,...... " " J. Curtis Waldo,......... 8. M. Petteagill & Co.,.....New York Thos. Tardrew & Co.,..... " " Griffin & Hoffman,.....Baltimore, Md ALEXANDRIA. LAr WEDNESDAY, ..........ARCH 27, 1872 DEMOCRATnIC MAS MEETINGn-, 8 ceri MASS MEETING OF THE DE- few A ed, mocracy of the Parish of Rapides will po0 be held at Alexandria, on not SATURDAY, the 6th day of APRIL, all 1872, col for the purpose of appointing delegates he boe to the Democratic State Convention Re which meets in New Orleans on the th4 Re 18th of April. J. G. WHITE, in( Chairman Democratic Central Com- act mittee. ste F A r ORNAMENTS. -An exchange says, we must protest emphatically against the practice of expending all sa the taste, time and labor in adornment of a front yard. The outlook from the rear windows of a home should be as I gratif...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 27 March 1872

AN ACT T 0 PROVIDE A REVENUE, AND GRANT AND COLLECT LICENSES, TO PRE SCRIUE CERTAIN PENALTIES AND CER TAIN DUTIES OF JUDGES OF COURTS, " JUSTICES OF THE PEACE, STATE AND PARISII OFFICERS, AND TO REPEAL ALL ACTS INCONSISTENT HIERE WITH. SECTION 1. Be it elcte~ by the Seat ate and .Bouse of Rcpresentatires of the State of Louisiana in General Assembly eonvened, That there shall be levied and collected an annual amount as a license or tax : First-From each male inhabltant over the age of twehty-one years, not attached to the army or navy of the United States, the sum of one dollar, ninety per cent. of which shall be ap propriated exclusively to the support of public schools in the Parish in which the sum is paid, and the balance placed in the State treasury to the credit of the Charity Hospital fund. Second-From each wholesale or wholesale and retail merchant, dealer or trader, from each importer or dealer in bar stores, one hundred dollars; from each and every retail merchant, fiftee...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 27 March 1872

MISCELLANEOUS, LEF$ & ERGUSON,GR HA the F4 select FAL - DREI ALP0 BOO' Watchmakers and Jewelers, DEAL.ERS IS a Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and Pla ted Ware, SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS. CAL SOLE AGE:NTS FOR POLLAK & SON, N. Y., (Goi GENUINE MERSCHAUlI PIPES. J N. B.-All Goods sold warranted as re preseutcd. March 1, 11871-t f. RADWAY'S RFADY RELIEF t CUI:E:s TEil: VORi'T PAINS thot IN F1403 ONE TO T'WENTY MINUTE. pat NOT ONE IIOUR cilt after reading this advertisement need any stal onut don SUFFER WITH PAIN. T1R ADWAY'S REAI)Y RELIEF TS A I' clre for evilr pain t. 1 ' is the fir st. e and is THE ONLY l1'.1V I:I.1EI)DI that t lt l instantly stop': the 1m, t extnt ialinl1 l eth' pains, allayvs Inll.urination.., .ant e".r" thih (Congestniot, whether t . t iLu . Stn- aohe, inow'els, or other glaniids or Olrgans, by' one apptlic:it iol. IN FROM ONE T'O TWENTY MINUTES no matter how violent or Cexlrnitiat iul thel paii,, the Rlh, maitiih, , ld-ri lan, inir . cripl hled, ne.rv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 3 April 1872

.:--- - 1--- --·-- -- -I- - T, . , A. BIO3AT THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOOUCH PUBLISHER VOLUME 27.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 1872. I NUMBER 37. TT E !,.2 E3: TgE D!VMOCaAT' is pui'lihled Wfeerk ly. at FIreit narLLns per annum, T1Il.1, for sjix month, payablo in advance.' No shbscription t.:akLn for a !esM period than Sic .1o,,ths. A3DVE TII.E;11NI'3 in~:erted at the rate of $1 5 rp:: sq.Aa:i for the first insrtian au4l 75 C1:;r.s for each hsuhe qnant on~. Eight lines or less, consti . tuteo a s:l're. The following re.T ur rates to yearly Advertisers: • Oe1n0ol1lnnu..................... '300 0a Hailf Column .................... 17.3 n Third of Cou( 'mnln __----_-.. 120 on Fourth of C(oluin...--------------- t10l 00 Carts. (ocennying space of eight lines, or l s,) ...... ...... ...... 20 00 Obitna y Notices, Marriages, Public )[oetings, Carlj of Thanks, etc., to lbo aid for as adlvertisemen!ts. ,7 ., p ,r~ i ul t,r! when adlmissille cinrel d(uble the u.ual adv ertis mnitx. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 3 April 1872

E. I. BIOSSAT ........EDITOR E. A. BIOSSAT,... PUBLISIHER] OFFICE-CORNER OF FRONT AND BEAUREGARD STREET.S. Our Agents. E. C. Wharton & Co.,....New Orleans Thomas McIntyre,....... " " J. Curtis Waldo......... " S. M. Pettengill & Co.,.....Now York Thos. Tardrew & Co.,..... " " Griffin & Hoffman,..... Baltimore, Md ALEXANDRIA, LA.* WVEDNESDAY,...........APRIL 3, 1872 DEMOCRATIO IMASS MEETiNG,. Co whi A MASS 31EETING OF TIIE DE- prt mocracy of the Parish of Rapides will the 22( be held at Alexandria, on ore SATURDAY, the Gth day of APRIL, Au 1872, be tali for the purpose of appointing delegates the to the Democratic State Convention lea we which meets in New Orleans on the tri 18th of April. J. 0. WHITE, an Chairman Democratic Central Corn- t mittee. we PRESS DE.D HEADS..--atilroads oC- en casiorially complain of the dead heads, but no institution suffers so much of from it as the press. A sensible wri Co ter says: "The press endures the fey affliction of dead headism f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 3 April 1872

__ NO. 17. ci AN ACT a To nmend and re-enact sections one, ti seven, forty-nine,fifty six, sixty-one, s sixty-six, seventy-five and seventy- b, seven of an act entitled "An act to ti provide revenue; to levy and col- tl lect taxes; to prescribe certain pen- tl alties and forfeitures; to provide for J, the creation and removal of revenue Bs oflicers, and to define their duties; c, to punish certain crimes and misde- a meanors; to create liens and mort- u gages in favor of the State in certain c cases; to regulate the manner of the payment of moneys from the treasu- c ry; to prescribe certain duties of a justices of the peace, State and par- re ish officers; to provide for the col- a lection of bacld taxes or licenses," approved March three, eighi.ecn f uinilred and seventy-one, and rela- d tive to fees of the Auditor of Public p Accounts, and to repeal all acts in- t1 consistent therewith. ti SEC. i. Be it enacted by the Senate s and House of Representatives of the li State of Louisi...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 3 April 1872

MISCELLA.NEOUS, EQI F ERGUS ON, Watchmakers and Jewelers. Di.ALERS IN Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, silver and Pla ted Ware, SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS. sOLE AGENTS FOR POLL.AK & SON, N. Y., GENUINE 3MERS(MIAIU3MI PIPES. N. B.-All Goods sold warrantedasre presented. March 1, 1T71-tf. It. R. R. " RADWAY'S READY RELIEF CL'IF.5 TIH: WO::ST P.ArNS IN FROM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES NOT ONE HOUR after reading this advn rtisemenut need any ono SUFFER WITH PAIN. ~ ADW.AY'S READY RELTEP IS A .L enr, for every wnrin. It w. the first and is TIlE O!L "I PAI.I.V .1/EDY that instantly stops the . mst exc'atiatinl pains, allays inflir'nmi'is, nod enr'; Congestion,. whether of the un:,' ,el sor an neh, tinvyls, or othlr gl.tinds or or,,..ts, by' one eIpplic itiol , IN I'.:I1.[ ONE TO TWENTY MIN-TE' no matter how violent or exhrlt; i:tin rt the pain, the Itheu:,:ttie, hbd-ridlIdeun, intlirut. crippled, nerveis, r eqtl'algic, or prostr.attd ivitlh ,lisease uay sni.f.r. Tr;avc.hrs shontl alwa.s carry a h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 10 April 1872

: :1 ___ _---_.. ..", ,. I . . I•ri ,: 4 I B A LTfBW RD IS 'Q0 'EN 700OMUGH rBIBE VOLUME 27. ., LE. }A", ` "LA., W-'N ' APRIL 10, 187 2.;I " U , .. ~, , . , . ...,- . ., r .,t ,, , aft '.l ,, - ý ~ -- , ,. ,ý . , , ý . . . :. ," .. .. . . :,: F " . | ". .. ..l ,· . . "~~~ ' ' ,]n o- " .::, . , .. "• -' -  , : -" .,i., •~~~~. 1. ""·i :'; [-: ""· "1 ,'/_ "  - ,v ,' ' "•" ' "" '" ' " , :,. • ' • ii , '1 .. ." " T: ] E: VIV 8 : Ta DEMOCRAT", ispublishbedWeek ly, at VIVE DOLt-RI per annum, THREE for six months, payabl9i a4laiteo No subscription takQo for a less period than Six Months. - . APVE aTI.EMETS3 ,inserted, at the rate of $1 50 PRER SQUARE for the first insertion and 7,5 CENTS for each subse qiont one. ETht lines or loss, consti tute a square. Thq followigg are our rates to yearly Advertisers: One Column .....-- ...--- ----...... $300 00 Half Colnmn ............. .... 175 00 Third of Column............... 130 00 Fourth of Colunin...... ..... 100 00 Cards, (occupyin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 10 April 1872

E. t. B IOSSAT,... .....EDITO1 E. A. BIOSSAT,... PUBLISHElI OFFICE-CORNER OF FRONT AND BEAUREGARDSTREETS, Our Agents. E. C. Wharton & Co.,.... New Orleans Thomas McIntyre,....... " " J. Curtis Waldo,....... " " S. M. Pettengill & Co.,.....New York Thos. Tardrew & Co.,.. " " Grifftin & Hoffman,.....Baltimore, Md ALEXANDRIA, LA.* WEDNESDIAY........APiRL 10, s187 WNT FOR Hi r.-A rough-looking specimen of humanity was recently promenading up Chatham street, New York, when he came on a Jew-a specimen of his race, about whom there is no mistake. Without one word of warning, the rough knocked him sprawling into the gutter. Picking himself up, and tak ing his bleeding nose between his fin ger and thumb, he demanded an ex planation: "Shut up! I'll bust yer agin !' shouted the aggressor, approaching him again. "I have never done notings mit you, and for wat you mash me in do dose ?" asked Abraham. "Yes yer have; yer Jews crucified Jesus Christ, and I have a mind to go for yo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 10 April 1872

I'ASTED IIOURS. EY H I.. 31. Lirten to the water mill: Throungh the livelong day fHow the clicking of the wheel Wears the weary hours away. Languidly the autumn wind Stirs the withered leaves ; On the field the reapers sing, Binding up the sheaveit, And a proverb haunts my mind, As a spell is cast Ti mhill will never grind With the water that is past. Summer winds revive no more Leaves strewn o'er earth and main, And the sickle Ie'er can reap I The gathered grain again; ]But the rippling stream flows on, Tr:.nqil, deep and still, Never giidiug back again to the ater mill Truly speaks the proverb old With a meaning vast The Mill eill never grind -i With the water that is past. Take the leyson to thyself n Loving heart and true- . Golden years are fleeting, Youth is fleeting, too, Learn to make the most of life; ii Lose no happy day; S Time will ie'er return Sweet joys thrown away. * Leave no tender word unsaid fi But love while life shall last- t1 The mill will never grind With the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 10 April 1872

MISCELLANEOUS, LEB & FERUSO GI HI the I tselec FA] BATI ALP BOO Watchmakers and Jewelers. - DEALERS IN Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and Pla- LAI ted Ware, SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS. CIE SOLE AGENTS FOR In and POLLAK 4/ SON, N. Y., Goo GENUINE MERSCHAUi M PIPES. Jt N. B.-All Goods sold warranted as re presented. March 1, 1871-tf.. It. 3R. 3R. T RADWAY'S READY RELIEF if CURES THE WORST PAINS tho IN FROM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES spa Sable NOT ONE HOUR cori after reading this advertisement need any stal SUFFER WITH PAIN. lay reg R ADWAY'S READY RELIEF IS A a L cure for overy pain. It was the first b and is ThFloVNLYcPAINryEJIEDY that apr instantly stops the most excrntiatinlR eal pains, allays Inflammations, and cares -thi Congestions, whether of the Lungs, Stom ach, Bowels, or other glands or organs, by one application. IN FROM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES no matter how violent or excrutiating the pain, the Rheumatic, bed-ridden, infirm, crippled, nervous, neuralgic, or prostrated with...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 17 April 1872

E, A. BIOSSAT THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUOH, . PUBLISHER VOLUME 27. " ALEXAlNDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17,.: 1872. INUMBER 39. THE DEMOCRAT" ispublishedWeek ly, at FIVE DOLLARS per annulu, THREE for six months, payable in advance No Subscription taken for a less period than Sir Months. ADVEiTISEMENT3 inserted at the rate of $1 50 PER SQUARE for the first insertion and 75 CENTS for each snbse quant one. Eight lines or less, consti tate a square. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: Ono Column.................... $300 00 Half Column.................... 175 00 Third of Column................ 130 00 Fourth of Column .............. 100 00 Cards, (occupying space of eight lines,orless,).......... .......... 20 00 Obituary Notices, Marriages, Public Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be aid for as advertisements. r** Personal cards, when' admissihle chargeod double the nsual advertisements. \PROFESSIONAL. R. W. BRINGHURST, Civil "-ngineo-z* -and PAnIS" Si RT_ ?E' qr O$, ...

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