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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 22 January 1873

E. 1. BIOSSAT,.............. EDITOR E. A. BIOSSAT,....-.......PUBLIMIEl OFFICE-CORNER OF SECOND AND ELT,LTOT STS. Our Ageuts. Thomas McTntyre,.....N.ew Orleans J. Curtis Waldo,........ " S. Ml. Petten&-ill & Co.,....-New - York Grilfin & Ilofliman-,....- altiimore, MId ALEXANDIRIA, LA. Wednesday,......January 22, 1873 CP The present Board of Council men, who have been in office for two years, retire on next Saturd;iay and tourn over the Corporation archives to their successors, who are to be in stalled on next Monday. It is an old and ti ite saying, that it is a poor speci men of the canine race, who does not wag his own candal appelndage. At the risk of being partly considered in that fix, this Edi'or, wishing to ren dler inoto Casar the just tdues and mer its of Ca-sar, nmakes bold to state and place on recordl, that Alexandria may live many a year and faro worse with better Boards. These Councilmen found the Town in debt, now hand her over modest and blushing out of d...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 22 January 1873

41111 o, WTrUloth's Farewell Address. SPre siltent, Geitlenemen of the Gone n retiring fromn the flice ofGove'rnIor of Lo1disiana, I do not dlecinem it irrele-, .,It or inlpropi'r to say a few word.s in r"ird to tue unusutl difficulties with whichI my pathtway has been Reset tfroI the time I took my seat, in 1868. Inattur:iteld Governor of Louisiana when buIt twenty-five years of o'age, :1ani i resii"ntttI the state but three years, i eve(sel chbietly by the v\otr"- of it cld-s it peo'ple who li:il but jist bIeen liberatii' 11 a;ldh enfranchi'ed, anti against the vote. oh' who hiaid h alway before control tle the politica;l porwer of the (oveni k ment; with the mnost iatelligent clan=e t" Of the people cornh inal Against me,, :u le( read:ktat any momnefit to Coetribute to, my overthrowt ; with the t:tax-ptvers, te per:s, and the National Aýdmini-truit ,n1 rg:i:1-t mee, I wta4 at one' enenhiibe m l ti with em"nbarra-.;ments calculateil to p- ; I I pal a ttimil it1iti and to retuirttt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 22 January 1873

INEW YORK WORLD. 'I'IE IOVRLD Z FOR 1873. AANEW POLITICAL ERA IS OPEN iA g before the country. The negro etcle of our politics has rounded to its ciiiclusinii through civil war, social vio lence, industriall disorder, and has ended in giving freedom to tour millions of the nelgro race, and the ballot to its ad lt - nales. The politics of this new era weill come IiHme to every iman's huIsi ness and 1uosrn as never bei ,efore. being vital to pri-v v:at prosperity and the mniutainauce ofI a Democratic Rcpntblic. For not only are the manitfold encroach ments of Federal iupon State pow'ers andi of both u pon the large liberty of Atneri- I ciin freeenan now as always to Ie repeled i w'iih ceaseless vittilaile; not only is home c rult or local self-gover!nueiit now as al wayts to be muintaiuied for tihe best na' antee or civil liberty and of national eratniess, hit besides, teo victories of peace \hbicht are to give splendori to the new political era miost he won a'aiost ev- e reiy :Iuvaun...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 29 January 1873

, A. BIO8AT) THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH. (PUBLISHER VOL. 28.1 ALEXNDlRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1873. lIO.. 25. THE DEMOCRAT. TERMSt THE DEMOCRAT is published Weelk ar, it Fos DoLLARS per anonm Two DoLLARS AND FIrTY CETrs for Pit months, PAYABLE IN AD VAyNCE! No subscription taken for a less period than six months. ApVRTlJSgENTS inserted at the rate of ONs DOLLAR per square for the Oirt insertion and FIFrT CwJrs for each subsequent one. EeaT lines or less, (DnEvIER) CODnsti tate a square. OSITrcAC Notices, Marriages, Public .Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. IrPsr.SONAL CAIlDS, when admis -ibler,rged double the usual adver MISCELLANEOUS: L1 ."1, Watchmakers and Jewelers, DEAILERS IN ijlats, Clocks, Jewelry, rilver and Pla ted Ware, PECTLACLES AND FANCY GOODS. SOLE AGENTS FOR POLLAK & 80ON, N. Y., GENUINE MERSCHAUM PIPES. N, B.-All Goods sold warranted as re presented. Marab 1, 1871-tf. A Card. TOYT PATRONS tI9.fIAND ECORE AND ALEXA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 29 January 1873

E. A. iO'S , .... ''..U., U , rric--CORONEaO . SECON. AND FhITOT STS. Our Agents. " liomas McTotyre,.......New Orleans J. Curtis Waldo,......... " " S. .M. Pettengill & Co.,... .New York Griffln & Hoff'man,.....Baltimore, Md ALEXANDRIA, LA.* W'ednesday, .... January 29, 1873 MW R. M. Kilpatrick, whose term of office as Slayor of Alexandria expired on Monday, vacated the robes of office on that day, and they were placed on b the shoulders of R. L. Fox, the newly elected Mayor. Mayor Fox goes into office under favorable auspices and fluds al a clean Corporation slate to figure on, and it is to be hoped our community sa will give him a fair trial and lend him their moral weight. We are almost sure he will come up to public estima- ti tion. We give his incoming adminis- b tration the Democrat's blessing, with a sincere good wish for the fultillment of our Town's good rule and'government. a 17 The Supreme Court of our State have rendered a political opinion, called a judgment, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 29 January 1873

LU' Li Li !:1 sgg W 1nt Go IXtLGERTA-NUDE pbstI.IN REAL LIFE--,rIE -TEAK , j4d1kemvBafNO, bRESSit6, UNiRBS sING, WASIIING, PSALM-SINGING, ETC. UNDERGONE BY 'TE B RIDE -POOR From the snbjoined sketch of a Jew isLh wed-ling in Algeria, extracted from the ecent work of Lady Herbert on ,,Algerisain 1871," it will be seen what afearftul and wonderful thing the wedl. ding ceeremonv, as practiced.at the pre sent day in that country, is. Particu larly harsh is it upon the poor bride; so mncl so that our American maids would doubtless declare, almost to a man, that sooner than endure all the 'steaming, scrubbing, fumigating, par boiling, dressing, undressing, halloo ing, psalm-singing and miscellaneous tortunre described by the fair tourist, would remain single all their born days. The account runs thus, in Lady $.'s language: *"We paused in our sight-seeing to ý with Mine. de C. andl het beautifl danghter, to see a Jewish wedding, for Which she had kindly obtained us an invitation. We were ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 29 January 1873

NEW YORK WORLD. THE WORLD ! T' FOR EC 1873. NEI A NEW POLITICAL ERA IS OPEN ing before the country. The negro- Cia cycle of onr politics has rounded to its conclusion through civil war, social vio lence, indnatri,l disorder, and has ended in giving freedom to four millions of the negro race, and the hallot to its adult males. The politics of this new era will come home to every mnu's business and bosom as never before. being vital to pri- gl v:.te prosperity and the maintainance of hlt a Democratic Republic. ani For not only are the manifold encroach- 1il ments of Federal upon State powers and it l of both upon the large liberty of Ameri- He can freemen now as always to be repelied nm with ceaseless vi,ilance; not only is home of 1 rule or local seli=-overnment now as al- ant ways to be maintained bfor the best guar- ant antee or civil liberty and of na.ioal an greatness, but besides, the victories of peace which are to ,ive splendor t.o the new polil ical el must, be won a'aint ev-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 5 February 1873

E A.BIOSSAT) THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH. (PUBLISHER VOL. 28.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1873. l0. 2 THE DEMOCRAT. TEIIS: THE DEMOCRAT is published Week 1y, at FouR DOLLAIRS per annam qwo DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS for pis months, PAYABLE IN AD VANC E! No subscription taken for a less period than six months. ýjygvrlTEMENTS inserted at the jte of One DOLLAR per equare for the Irst iunertion and FIFTY CENTS for each subsequent one. EIGrT lines or less, (BREvaER) COnsti tae a square. OsrTIARy Notices, Mnfrringes, Public Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. Cr PnsoXAL CARDS, when admis sible, chaerged double the usual adver tising rater. MISCELLANEOUS. ELI & bEROUS0N Watchmakers and Jewelers. DEALRRS IJ IVtas, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and Pla ted Ware, SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS. 0SLS AGSNTS FOR POLLAK & 80N, N. Y., GENUINE MLERSCHAUM[ PIPES. N. B.-All Goods sold Warranted asre premsieted. arst i l1871-tf. .. Tax Sale. U.S. Internal Rev...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 5 February 1873

, nis;an eimolxat. I. . IIOSAT,.............. EDITOR I. A. BIOSSAT,. ... - "`PULIS omOB--CORNER OF SECOND AND ELLIOT STS. Our Agents. Thomas McTntyre,.....New Orleans J. Curtis Walde,........ " " 8. M. Pettengill & Co.,....New York Griffin & Hoffman,....Baltimore, Md ALEXANDRIA, LA.: Wednesday,......February 5, 1873 1 The new Town regime have made a bad commenceplent. The Sunday law I was openly and defiantly violated on1 last Sabbath after hours, This was done ;E by more than two establlshments, with open doors, and with perfect impunity. 1 Heretofore some complaints from the, public have been heard of the violationi of this Ordinance, under the old Board, and certainly a better beginning was expected of the new one, but it is from bad to worse. We tell the Board of t Councilmen, in the name of the law c abiding citizens of the T'own, this must t be remedied and the law enforced on all alike. Nearly all our merchants have always obeyed its mandates, but are losing patience ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 5 February 1873

sCarious Cats. A gentlemaS e$gaged in the for bus iness in this city informs us that there n t be some.kiud of an- eptdemic " dfaong the cats in towh, and it i his opinion that unless strict sanita ry precations are taken at lonee, we r Nli; to _lbose every, felione pet in tidblº Wifth the idea' of ascertain ing the truth of this statement, we visa. ,Ced several localities last evening, and obtained the following information re gardiog the "eatalepsybippie." The First Systems.--Mr. Spelter, t wbo keeps a boarding-house and cut feed mill upon a back alley, informed c as that he first noticed something 1 wrong with the cats a week ago. He had twenty of these household pets inIa his establishment, which hie keeps for: the comfort of his single male lodgers, i r wbo, upon cold nights, take a cat tojC bed with them to keep their feet warm., No additional charge is made for this lsuury by Mr Spelter. About a week tl since * change in the demeanor ofg these animals was observable. A young ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 5 February 1873

NEW YORK WORiLD. THE WOOfLD! FOR 1873. A NEW POLITICAL ERA IS OPEN inug before the country. . The negro- Cle cycle of our politics has. rounded to its ,inclusion through civil war, social vio .ice, inndustriarl dlisorder, and has ended i giving freedom to four milions of the Inegro race, and the ballot to its adullt males. The politics of this new era will conse home to every man's business and bosonm as never before. being vital to pri- 9 vate prosperity and tihe mhirtainance of la a Democratic Republici a For not only are the manifold encroach- ' mnents of Federal upon State powers and it I of both upon the large liberty of Ameri- He can freemen now as always to he repolied mir with ceaseless vigilance: not only is bonie of rule or local self.governrmentt now as al- ao ways to be maintained for the best gnar- at ntee or civil liberty and of natiol ana greatness, but besides, the vietorie' of an peace which are to give splendor to the new political era must be won agai:iRt ev- on c...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 12 February 1873

} ri' " tar, ' ý, ý tO SAT THE WORLfl IS GOVERNED TOO*MUHGv .:. (PUBUrIHER ALEXANDRIA, LA:, VENS Y FERUARY I183 27. iHE DEUIOC RAT. T HE DEMOORAAT is publisahed Week lj, at FoturDOLLAIS per annum TWoDOI.LARS AND FIFTY CIENTs for six monthls PALYABLE [N AD VAN C E! No subscription taken for a less period than six months. ypvgtRhIxMENTs inserted at the rate *f Oi D)OLLAR per square for the first insertiol'land PIprY CENTs for each subsequent one. fElttr lines or 1as, (naEVIER) CODBti turt a square., Octjunre Notices, Marriages, Public eetiungs, Cards of Thanks, etc., to b paid for als advertisements. 'PnlatsoAL CAlms, whlen admis ible, charged double the usual adver tising rates. MISCELLANEOUS. & V FERG-USO Watchmakers ani Jewelers, Dn:ALEIRs IN iu1lobe, Cloak, Jewelry, Silver aud Pia - tell WVare, lSPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS. sar.F. AGENSTS POR POLIAK & SO&N, N. Y., GEý'UINE MEL" RSCH{AL7Ml PIPES.-I N, Bf-A11 Gooas sold warranted as re -I jttliCecotecl. ,ýftyle ,.1 t~-tf....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 12 February 1873

e. Y. BIOPSAT?.. ,..........,EDITOR B. A. BI88AT, ..... ...PBLISHERI OFFICE--CORNEA OF SECOND AND ELLIOT STS. Our Agents. Thomas McTotyre,.......New Orleans J. Curtis Waldo,......... " 8. M. Pettengill & Co......New York Griffin & Hoffman,.....Baltimore, hMd ALEXANDRIA, LA. Wednes4ay,.....February 12, 1873 Tsa WORLD ALMANAC.-We are in debted to .the conductors of the New York World for the "World Almanac" for 1873. Besides the Almanac portion it is filled 'with an immense mass of useful and interesting statistical mat ter. It contains the full returns of the late election in all tbhe States ot the Union. It' is cheap; let every one purchase a copy. --vc-*~-wm ItWe have had some slight im praioement in the weather the past week, having been blessed with one fair, seasonable day, but no more. Such a season never was seen in Lou isiana before, and it is to be hoped wont occur again in the present cen tuty. Mr We give this week a specimen of the testimony now going on before the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 12 February 1873

EBIfl'S FLAG. Y PFATHER RYAN. A )Yin's flag! fling its folds to the alt oat o'er the land, let it wave o'erc the seas; up it out of the dust!-let it wave as of t ii.t chiefs with their clans stood t around it and swore Tjat never!- nol-never, while God e gave the life, o And they had an arm and a sword for f the strife, e That never!-no!-never, that Banner ; should yield r As long asa the heart of 'a Celt was its t shield; While the hand of a Celt had a weapon to wield, And his last drop of blood was unshed on the field. Lift Ift up! wave it high! I 'tis as bright i as of old I Not a stain on its Green, not a blot on its Gold, Though the woes and the wrongs of t three hundred long years, Nave drenched Erin's Sunburst with blood and with tears; Though the clouds of oppression en- i shroud it in gloom, And around it.the thunders of tyranny boom. Look aloft! look aloft! lo! the clouds a driftig by', There's a gleam through the gloom, there's a light in the sky, + 'Tis the Snunfirst res...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 12 February 1873

Nh EW YORK WORLD. THE woLRI D! POR 1s73. A NEIW I OLITICAL ERA T1$ OPEN= fs Before thlie connti. The niegro eyclei of crli polities 1 is roIIdeI frd o its ': trletsion throgh.civil war, sociaI' vio -nrce, iodustrial .disorder, and lhais ended .I glvine fr.eildl 0 to fur miillions of the egi-FO Eit V'. i "ri to hillot to jits.ad It uai.lie. T L it01 of this new era willI cooie hne, i i. W 1m.1'S isileS andgitt Touiiu as never befeore. being vital to pri vate proisperity andl the maidtaitiance of a Democratic Republic. Tor not only are the manifold encroach. anents of Federa1 upon State piorwrs and of both upnm tile large liberty of Anieri can treemnen now as always to be repelied with ce:aseless vifilance not otnly is blorie rule or local ncof aovernment sow , al ways to be mainltained for tWi slit natr antee or civil liberty and of national greatcness, but besides, the victories: or utheace wt elih are to give splentldor t the lnew politic.l e1a me1l'at Ihe wneli t P cri advrmintago...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 19 February 1873

B T THE WORLD IS GOVRNED TOO MUCH (PUBLISHER VOL 28. ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1873. INO. 28. _ 1 _- - -w I THE DEMOCRAT. TERMS: THE DEMfOCR4T is published Week li, at Four DOLL.AIlS per annum Two DOLLARS AND) FIFTY CENTS for Pix months, PAYABLE IN AD VANC E! No subscription taken for a less period than six months. ADYERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate of ONr DI)oL.Aer per square for the first insernion and FreTY CENTS for each subsequent one. EIGIIT lines or less, (BREVIER) Consti tute a square. OBITUARY Notices, Marriages, Public Meetings, Cards of Thank.s, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. f[ Pe.sONrAL C.AI:.ºs, when admis sible, charged double the usual adver tising rates. MISCELLANEOUS. LEVINI & FE USON Watchmakers aun Jewelers, Tltches, Clo:ks, Jewelry; Silver and Pla tedl Ware, SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS. I SLEF AG:.NTs FOR POLLAK & SOy, N. Y., . GENUINE MERSCHAU M PIPES. C N. B.-All Goods soll warranted as re- 1 presented. March 1, l71-ti DR. J. B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 19 February 1873

Souiiana (Iemo~a t. . B, BIOS8AT, ..............EDITOR 3. 1. BIOSAT, ........... PUBLISHIB OFrICE--CORNER OF SECOND AND ETLLIOT STS. Our Agents. Thomas McTotyre.......N-ew Orleans J. Curtis Waldo,......... " " 8. M. Pettengill & Co.,.....New York Griffin & Hoffman......Baltimore, Md ALEXANDRIA. LA., Wednesday,.....February 19, 1873 a" A weak and sickly fuss is being time kicked up in Radical circles, backed by and a few, very few, dyspeptic croakers, will about an appropriation recently made nl tl by the Town Council in behalf of our of ea Representatives in the Louisiana Leg- in N islature. The gentlemen composing both that body, represent nineteen-twen- cou tieths of the people and tax payers of a co, the Corporation, and acted well, con- out ucientiously and with the b#t and men purest motives in the matter, and their seen action meets the full and cordial ap- mise probation of that people. They did it inps in aid of a good and pure cause and Rou that people's sacred and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 19 February 1873

pomeroy's Defeat. ITIOgDINARY ICEN? IN TH KRAN- Dl g$A LEGISRATUR,. hena the House and Senate went 10tojoint ballot to-day, there was no II 0as in the entire hall whose face had a .i it so much of the lurking devilment it of conspiracy as glittered in York's 11 ayes and balefully lit up his pale face. a t was not long after the assembling of m the joint convention before the presid- .1 jog officer rapped order with his gavel fif and announced that the Legislature a g, easasin joint convention, would now ai racneed to ballot for United States tl ensator, for the full term, beginning N March 4, 1873. There was a dead hush al then, as Senator York, of Montgomery, as arose and ciained the floor on a qaes tion of privilege, which was granted d him. He drew from his pocket an en- ti velope containing $7000 i n current a funds, walked down the aisle and laid In it in front of the Speaker, with the re- te quest that he count the money. There a was a little buzz of surpise, and then a " hush...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 19 February 1873

JNEW iYORK WORLD. THrE W()IRLD! T FOR EO 1873. NEt A NEW POLITICAL ERA TS OPEN . ing befre tile cou,,try. The negro- c cycle of our poliicis has r.ounde' to its co:clusion thro.i h civil war. social vio lece, idniustri.dl iisorler, and has ended in giving ft'reedoi to fi,':r millions of the neiro rrace, awl the ,:allot to its ad lit ti males. The polities of this new era will co0,ile rlinIe o eversy rtli's bLusi ressi ile1d bosomn as never before. heing vital to pri- l;tr vate prosperitv alnd the luailtainali e of fl ., nd a Democratic Republic. 01n For not only are the manifold encroacih ,ents of Federal upon St:.e powers and it 1 of both noin th, large libe rt of Amnri- lie can freemien now as always to be repelied tmol with ce:iseless vjiriRnce; not only is home of f rule or local sellf.governulent now as al- anti ways to be nmintained for the best gnar- anti antee or civil liberty and of national greatness, lint besides, the victoriec of nil peace whlich are to give splendor to ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 26 February 1873

- , BIOSSAT) THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH. (PUBLISHER VOL. 28.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1873. 1NO. 29. THE DEMOCRAT. iTE8S: T0E DEIOCR4 F is published Week lv, at FQUR I)OLTr.Alts per uunnuin 'jo I)OLLARS Anr) FIFTY CENTS for pis tuolith, PAY ABlLE IN AD VA N C E! No *siihser; ptionl tnken it a less period) than sic nmoniths. JpvP.rTf EfF\T9 inisertedl at thie rate of ONE I)o)LrA perC sIuia're ftr tihe irst injsrtiaunn and FIFTY CENTS for each subseulneflt one. EIGhT lines or less, (BREVIER) consti tute a square. OBITl'AIY Nut.ires, M;nrriages, Public 3feqtiigs, Cards of 'rThiunks, etc., to be pail for as advertisements. rr PraaoN. aL CAn, elien adtnis lble, ch~nrlCedL double tlhe usual adver tnb rites. S MISCELLANEOUS. gE F ERa' G U0O' t ' hmt.kers ani Jewelers, DEALERS I\ I, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and Pla S tce Ware, 4 I ACLES AND FANCY GOODS. - S SOLE, AGorTS FOR 1 POLLAK & SON, N. Y., ~ ING E MERSCHFAUIM PIPES. r, .AlU Goods sold warranted as re present...

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