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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 26 February 1873

F. I. RIOSST---- --- EITO IL .1. 11111 JT, .P[BLI··- l'lJlIIi jE OFFICE-ONE'!It OF SriCO ND AND i' 1 10,1I'l S P~S~ Our Agets. Thninma Me-Tntyie \'-------NO Orle'itm J. t;Itrti·; 1\.altlo,......... l': J. 11. I ttrnril .S Ci. ."Ne w Yok '' ,~iriin .S.' }I Ifulin....n bdil imore, \Id Wednesday,......Fhre ni' 26, 1,S73 miar Scott Pobli.shin. Cmiaany tIh ti c ti (101. Jallnuary nul.br o1 the ulhtis! Quar !t ttrlyv Review. It is n excetll in ly ill- tion tere.-ting antd rcadable nitube'r, witfh the filhiwing contenrts: tIn 1. The Iml toniiff Lecture on Dissent. il - 2. IFrederick uDenison Man tie. hell 3. The IIouiclad RIeconstruction of , the Navy. vtoit 4. 'Thle Emperor Alexandler and the ote Policy of 1 :ssil. C(S 5. (. il. Augustus youn Ewald. (. A Cintributiou towards a Theoryet of iitry.or 7. Local Taxation. Q. (',nlt i mIpoiraty Literature--Tl isto r.y, ]ll.ogalthy and 'T'r;va tls--]'olitics, Science and Art--l oetry, Fiction and Pel-soIp .Leitrers-TIheology, PIhilosophy silil an...

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. — 26 February 1873

Torture .10 the East. 11))1 the et-izr Holt, T1 j;R OF TCI\-I i'\' DIS- f .lire, II0ý88T Iil:ý L\CI' COLLELCTORS.11H) Tlopnllrlo, of Aivsni1in1, ac 1,)i n lPol t nw-·- ruler ii 11rn 4'tiI' tj 1444'' 1rtt/lihe iti et'~tlr `~l Ahi 4oIi1 ."'i" Who I'i40 I 0'.'4" 11" 41' 1OiG prhe l 'Itn s f rteIj5 '1V111154t anl lit 14 1 1 ntrrnc~i"'l, conllt'l t tauiulc( l 1),1 "( tile is T try11:14 1 1:411 o 11f 1 v i) 'il i ' 1111))[ 11' 311.n'ii p 411 ' Ilvl (t'l l I , t it ii~l kt r ttfi n iv the 41 prrftlit r: )1 Tim1, Wllllalil w1'11l'4 arl tra 11:y 114 e ol : ri ' V ai 14)1 14444114l' i llEi- 144',t) pr(·piii~1, lhu C ell('lti(· . A fret' ;Itne(l of slt1. ºh lie (If thizd Liii: 1, f lI1 (ifn Iiv421n col.l I'k gii'114'r1 f r1111 Ie vi le(P h)r n l;E i 1414' f;lthrr-:1ha'P'' t'14ev 4 nr~cll If mtotelii rVt't4r tI Itfr lout, 1 ;4ro 50111t') rhei tlhron of \'italie told- I,(-ty ionb0 h4e seized tilt- reins of g1' ery ta lui '1 141111 IiIZ1~4 ov o 11 I111 il' it ri t li" (at a Is h ll In poeli t nn ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 26 February 1873

NEW YORK WORLD. THE WC)IRLD! FOR r 1873. A NE W POLITICAL ERA IS OPEN ing before the country. The negro cycle of our politics has rounded to its conclusion through civil war, social vio lence, indnstrial disorder, and has ended n giving freedom to four iillions of the ae;gro race, and the ballot to its adult males. The politics of this new era will come home to every man's business audl bosom as never before. being vital to pri- R vatoe prosperity and the majtainance of I a Democratic Republic. C For not only are the manifold encroach nments of Federal npon State powers and i of both upon the large liberty of Aneri- I: can freemen now as always to be repelied n with ceaseless vigilance; not only is home o rule or local self-government now as al- a ways to be maintained for the best g;ar- a antee or civil liberty and of national greatnesq, but besides, the victorier of a peace which are to give splendor to the new political era must be won against ev- o ery advantage which even enemi...

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. — 5 March 1873

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

SECOND AND -ELLTOT STS. Our Agents. Thomas MeTntyre,.......New Orleans J. Curtis Waldo,......... " " 8. M. M. Pettengill & Co.,.....New York Griffin & Hoffman,.....Baltimore, Md ALEXANDRIA, LA. Wednaesday,.......March 5, 187 Our Fix. A few plain words, and a glance at uor latest Washington telegrams, will tell the tale of the situation of our af fairs. The thing is not yet fully done, but we may as well acknowledge and know that, after all the fine rhetoric of Durell usurpation and dejure Govern ment, we are to be turned over to the tender mercies of Grant. This we con sider a fixed fact, and then follows for poor Louisiana an increased continua tion of injustice, wrongs, infamies and tyrannies, heaped mountain high by the illegal and bastard Government of Kellogg and his mercenary minions. So we feel, so we believe-and there is no use mincing words and singing sweet songs to our people, but just bear it, as we have already borne wrongs more bitter and infamous than any peop...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 5 March 1873

gabylFarflog. oW ARRI D ON IN -NAPI.EL. 0l tbreednoorfrathe little chap Ol o Severn, on tie Strada Snlta ~el of_ a Niplel, 'the. e idettte of R CaO ,rlstriam( , or rather teteiet of te crimes, ware brontlt to light. tI shrewdI and- daring Gogelielhno h° ebn, Lieutenant at Police. 'rlte ci .n Plirged with ldld petVetratimip 4fihese crimes is a WOmlan nattted Rose. Forn, Upon whose nmovctmentR the k'tee ' gt the gemlnlrnery itml heei( for Ol .ontllsfi;ed. ;. An andtertisenteint sa iu her name and address appeared s brief int.rvals in the. Neopxolitait jonals, and the purpoirt of the publi 1gtijt was that persona wishing. to re luqnids thleir claim npon infaints wonid a limnle for them by calling unlm nad payuig a certain sum of money tmi m. Bos e, Prro, 59 Strada Santa Ca ia, near the church of Hatl Severo, s. The lpliece give special at-' *n;ion to amrullgnllns adverttstemett, sand nt,seqiuently Mrs. Poirro inen.rtd their sspicien. Lieutenant rOn leiel n Ctrdeban ilnetrulcted ,t ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 5 March 1873

NEW -YORK WORDi. I - ~IC~~f?"i I ,rthywE W POLEI; CelJýI ERA JSOPEN' r,inal),#kfyrtke, cQ yolr rtF..· The .Iuct ro Clar: ccycltll t! rs··1'Pit"F pv ;ttely-IOP!,is. :O it11 .0 1,.: A (p± otriAtl. iisorder, a1n(d has ehlie:i:l ' iitflot: to itsehtd'iit w:iý3! ",£1ye;Piº111Cttp''th9 h PM era w ~ill~l eoftc#itrlrWl ' irtHv 1 r I tn(' tt'$ uth ine's i i n oet - 1t,3 lot1Tri. '1% nevdr bltforb. ,iivinelg :Yla to ;prime v~ita pnrhiapor~r qlt1l~tli~,: iricilw of h'art' a Deiloetatl'l.M lppblie. ,,i, ;tittl' Fr rmSt.onulV are -Mm loraint06 eliroactt- OieTc meet~s tet hElA~tr%\l CIrO%1 c'ti5.W I~J.~l.ieIalti It 1 t otof sIr t il., to i the large , liberty of "ii ,e'i- lie c. w, frcwl'ilui stow a plwaqyP to Iberrcºjl~iiwl · Rnrn wih. qe~leR E igelali vig . ?iiiot onily1 is Iineo . f1 fe riils 'or 1u :i1' lte=l liVPrnint' nifty a+ hi·'' nn. w'A1ýt'lid Lhe frifituti ltdl~ fr the beet t ce-t 1h1 v h'`'tii"' civil" rherlvy anid: ofti nat ioal)l n g;r(if~'94. lNut .hesiltlsa the virtflrits. atit~ p...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 12 March 1873

-÷ xF A. BIOSSAT) THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH. (PUBLISHER VOL. 28. ALEXADDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 1873f N0. 31. VOL. 28.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 1873. NO. ~031. THE DEMOCRAT. TEBItI%: THE DE1JOCR U1' is p'iblished Week jc., at Fouet I)or rtAe pair atflhIu l Two Dt)LLAIS .%NI) FIFTY CES~m for r,i 1111)11111,4, P\Y AM14E IN AD VA N , E! No oi s hscr;ptio tetken for :º ltes5 pjriod t11a0 sjiC UhI~ths. AD'EIITISE1ENTS inseirted at the rate of OUE 1)F I r.,k per sqoara for the first ii~erlriun 3011 FIFTY CENTS for ench s'dseq tenll nt le. E r11T linres or less, (1nIEv1En) consti- I tute a sucl'tre. OarruA KY Notitps, Marriages, Pol)liC MIeetingsz Cards of ''Thanks, etc., to, he paid fuEr Its adlvertisemen ts. ' PF ism tr. t ('.wrº-;, 't hen admis- piltie, cliliged dlouble the ustual advter tisinE rate?. MI1SCELLA NEIJI'S. I& F.RGUSQ LEA ONSON Watch ifakrs and Jewelers, Iakkc, !l~kb, Iewrlrhl, Silver aunt Pla ted W'rte, SPECTACLES ANT) FANCY GOODS. SOLE: A(i...

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. — 12 March 1873

E. B. BIOSSAT,.............. EDITOR E, A. BIOSSAT,.......... PUBLISHER OFFICE-CORNER OF SECOND AND ELI,IOT STS. Our Agents. Thomas MIlcntyre,.......New Orleans J. Curtis Waldo,......... " " S. M. Pettengill & Co.,.....New York Griffin & Hoffman,.....Baltimore, Md ALEXANDRIA, LA.* Wednesday........March 12, 1873 Ea? The family and friends of J. M. I Stafford have been in terrible suspense 8 and doubt as to his safety and where- 4] abouts ever since Saturday, the Ist !s inst. On that day he came to town on t horseback, from his plantation home, , 13 miles from town, and remained in K town till 5 o'clock P. M, when lie was a known to have left for home, and wasm t met and reeognized by many on the road. Early the next day his horse tl came to his house, all saddled and with fi his saddle bags. Since that time every 11 search imaginable has been made for Ot him, and as yet not a particle of relia- , ble or satisfactory information can be 41 gained concerning the missing man.- hi...

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. — 12 March 1873

Prison Tortare Ia England. EXTRAORDINARY STATEMTENTS OF DAN jlI REDDING, A FENIAN PRISONER. Are the British convict prisons hells oftorture, crammed with helpless vic- t ires and incarnate fiends ? Charles 3 Peade, in "Never Too Late to Mend nl. drew pictures of life in English jails h which curdled with horror the blood of o the reader, but Charles Heads, it was. o said, etaggerated, and even if his pic- P tares were true twenty years ago pris- il on discipline since then has been sp tl pose to have vastly nimproved, and t the International Congress of prison r philanthropists held here last summer 13 the British prisons were represented as i. mnlels of perflction. But if some affi. i davits read before the Conrt ot Queen's it Bench dlay before yesterday be true-- gi Day, if one-tenth par t of theta be true ti the inglislh prisons are worse than T bells. What d1o you say of the con- ,r duct of a prison plhysician who is so 't "'loyal" that he selects thile political th prisonets un...

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. — 12 March 1873

NEW YORKI WORLD. Il.-I VWOPRLD ! IT( FOR EU] 1873. - NEL A NEW POLITICAL ERA TS OPEN f inog before the country. The negro- Cli cycle of our politics has rounded to its conclusion through civil war, social vio lence, indnstri.al disorder, and has ended in giving freedom to four millions of the negro race, and the ballot to its adult males. The politics of this new era will come home to every mann's business andti bosomu as never before. being vital to pri- ghas vate prosperity and the maiatainauce of ani a Democratic Republic. nt For not only are the manifold encroach- OZ b ments of Federal upon State powers and it h of both npon the large liberty of Ameri- He can freemen now as always to be repelled anot with ceaseless vigilance; not only is hole off rule or local self-government now as al. and ways to be maintained for the best guanr- d antee ot civil liberty and of national and greatness, but besides, the victories of peace which are to give splendor to the new political era mnst ...

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. — 19 March 1873

SBObssAT) THE WOLD IS G)VERNED TOO MUCH. (PUBLISHER yOL. 28.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1873. -INO, 32.. TOE DEMOCRAT. ER'ITEBS3: TE1EDEIIQC It % is publilhed Week ItAt Fý)1U VOLLAR per aiiiuma bo DaLLvIIS AND FIFTY CInTS for ,c1113,lhIM, PAYABLLE IN Al VANCh! No swilseriptl.n taketi br a, I1emA priud ilithan mix moutlIs. joVKRTI3$W TS iiisertedl at the rite ~f O I)O1LAlc per eqilart for the grs inlertionsii at FIFTY CENTS for elich gbseqtelet one. Eplt;T lines or les,' (IIIIEvIEII) CoOsti ta Iwitsquare. OsrreTA r' N.tieeA, Marriages, Paiblic j(4i.iag, Cauds ofs TIaaks, etc., to b~pidi.rUr as indvertisuiawnt& C Pra41ONL CARDS, Tasio atalisis ,jhJe, clh'lr.esI double hls usual allver Itiug raitei. MISCELLANEOUS. ZIH & FERGUSoN , Watchikers a-11 Jewelers. DE)ALItRS IN Ifdlk, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and Pla ted Ware, SPiCTACIES AND FANCY GOODS. SOLR AGENTS FOR POLL \K & SON, N. Y., GEN INE MERSCICAUM PIPES. N. 8.-All Goods sold warranted as re presented. )lahs 1...

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. — 19 March 1873

E. R. BIOSBATI""D E. A. BIOS.AT,.... .....PIIBLISQER OFFICE-OOW ER OF SECOND AN $t&4O T Our Agents. Thomas Becntyre, .......New Orleans J. Curtis Waldo,......... " " 8.. ML.Pettqngill & Co.,.....New York Griffln & Ioffnan,.....Ballimnore, AMd ALEXANDRIA. LA." Wcnesdy,......M. March 19, 1873 tI Tihe qw-fangled leaders here, in Kellogg's interear, are undergoing the pains of a terrible labor in behalf of the interests of onr Corporation, and may yet bring forth a mangy rat. It is certainly a peculiar trait of new fledged Radicals, who have no interest whatever:in our Corporation affairs, to be so overzealous for pur material in terests and wish to be our uasters and dictate to us on what meats we shall feed. But so it is and so. will it always be, when new and doubtful honors are self-heaped on some hunman carcasses. But we opine that our peop'e are yet'] left some vestige of rights, and those rights being so few are not likely to be overlooked, but will be maintained to...

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. — 19 March 1873

p OF~OE LOU1SIANA BY THElp GURO'~C'FA iES0LUT!ON OF TIN rn 'whotriP~ 1li~~ a~ppintedi by th~ Tb',ioo C thle Qener&! Aee.,obls ~Y i~jtfit~.'O F~fI~fleii eii! JcjX ti I E),W~ in refbelOtotee~fe q,, ~, athe fteeltnwd (hi r tlf vo-h tl~ ~ ~ii·'~ n~r d flB1O1)tjENI' .f thleirfn C~"I~til iNtc preto~iit gravoemer. d il "'~ea·~te rfeolcc nkirnnion ontleon. ,, Us1~~~l i di~~id Cbnrgo' Of thist Fjt d0Y'lr~ ini OnE wslnt cLI)Odh1't ~ yiin~r thI weB tir ne 01)43'c·ewlt.-Pre*40.*h, et lrcllt otl hel ,!tilvolkod G4 ,i thsGrtftI molt l~rtino~tflhPltotl.t rprr- IT. *plti~tss tf tlwU pI~lhitiCl'l pai7rty siP- lit StamStofltoe . ecolrywitee(J tjmib cnlWaoccaletI~ 8tict of Comigrcl~s, S1 rjJ pietlitfyst LI)O wl~ f~~io t .rteVrea) of I, the j'le~ly43~l"pReiol waill of ho bib~o (~~y~e t s~ti lft IIt* .rl'eiol,, 1115 II)3 tiifll h ~8i!.btIilt~ n) nf a ouqsrpiiigtiiillority 'iii our Stoto' G 01verinwiti 1?5)t, how 014) alfull nvesti- ,, Fllllll~'/' Clilw, fae ta,~ art'iv~d. at.p l.Tbsfthe tct~ifl ot, ...

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. — 19 March 1873

NEW YORK WORLD. THIE WOCRLI) D! FOR 1873. A NEW POLITICAL ERA IS OPEN. ing before the coutry. The negro. Cl cyole of our politics has rounded to its ctecltsion through civil war, social vio. lence, industril disorder, and has ended in giving freedom to four millions of the ne"trti rae, and the Iballot to its adult males. The politics of this new era will esne home to every lIanl's lbusiniess antd bosom as never before. being vital to pri- git vate pr:osperity and the maiutainauce of Ia a Democratic Republic. a1l, For not only are the manifold encroach- 01 ments of Federal upon State powers and it of both npou the large liberty of Anmeri- Ht c:an freemen now a as always to he repelied nal with ceaseless vigilance; not only is home iOf rule or local self.government nw as al- an ways to be wtniantaine4 for the Iest guar- ar antes or civil liberty and of national grsatness. tint besides, the victrien' of Ipoce which are to give splendor to the 4 new political era tmust be won aigaist ev...

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. — 26 March 1873

., . B[OSSAT) THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUH, (PUBLISHER yOL. 28.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1873. --N0. 33. THE DEMOCRAT. TTERM~z TOg DEHf0C'R is pub"lished Week Iry, t FPoUR DOLLAU a eJ r sIlfifnlt~ 'Iivwo I)oLLARs AND) FI FTY CEITS for d: ,nmumst, PAYABHILE IN AD VA N C hE ! No s' thsciPrion taikeu fir a Irse perioud tlhia sic Ii'months. APpvgItTISEItENTS inserted at the rate of ONE D)OIAIR per s~Itare for the first inlertimn and FIFTY CENTS for eud' ,tibsefltji'i t one. EmIT lihes or less, (BI:uEvIEs) consti tute a square. OBrrUArlY Notices, Marrinueg, Pnbhic ie'tinigs, Cards of htaut ks, etc., to be pid for as aulvertisements. ri* PeuusnNAL CAIIDS, whIent auniA rilel, clI~rued double the usual adver .juiiig rates. MISCELLAN EUUS. &aIN BER USON, Watchm2kers anl Jewelers, Ilhes, Clo:kk, Jewilry, Silver and Pla tedl Ware, 1EtCTACLES AND F'ANCY GOODS. SOL.E ., (;ArI'S F1OR POLl,\K & SON, N. Y., GENUINE MIERltSCu AUI PIPES. N. B.-All Goods sol)h warranted as re pr...

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. — 26 March 1873

E. R. BIOSST,.............. EDITOR E, A., BIOSSAT,........... PUBLfSI1E OFFICE-CORNER OF RECOND AND ELIIOT STS. Our Agents. Thomas Mcintyre,....... New Orleans J. Curtis Waldo,......... " i S. M. Pettengill & Co,,.....New York Gritlin & Hoffman,..... Baltimore, IMd ALEXANDRIA. LA. Wednesday,....... March 28, 1i87 OiP Michael Legras, the former in. cunlben.t, has been comnmissioned, b5 Kellogg, as State Assessor and Collec tor for our Parish. Ife reached holtin on Mondsly morning on the IHodge, and will, we leain, at once commence hii. anything but pleasantduties. Mr. Le gras has been Collector for more than four years, and we in justice to himr unlhesitatungly admit and place on re cord that he has made a good, faithful, jnst, and above all lenient Collector. and has given almost general satisfac tion to our Ipejople. And we, for one, hail his appointment, under the pres ent peculiar aspects of affairs, as a good appointmnent and a good sign. We can't, as yet, admit it as a ...

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. — 26 March 1873

o TaxeS for Grant's Bayonet Ishr. pation in Louisiana. ¶T The wise decision of the legal State ,te, government of Louisiana not to come feet oi, olnflict wi the Federal army, Lotl lisres that oppressed commonwealth the; bt one mleansl of snece-ssfully resisting tell Ithe Kelloge usurpation, namely, by a Pre 01ited refneral to pay taxes levied falr rel Jl ttupl"'rt. This is a j ustifllde i ni mIethld of ippositiOnI, and, if tho peo- Pin pile VCe ci li iently united, it will prove tlhe geiarnaal. gre -Witlhholding money snpplies is not a in, new nltthl1at of colnf'lltilng tyrannl'l .- les it is sancetiolied Vby all tlie ently strlug- tv, le. of the English people in dllefence of tiol their lihertisR. The poter of the pen- ine Pla{, throlgh their representatives, to not grant or withho.d si auplies, hlne been sI( regniiled, for motre thllan two ceturtes. a10 s the aulwark of lhitish freeadolm ; anld gt thlis principle ihaes been incorporated rol int oiur Conistitultion by the provis...

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. — 26 March 1873

NEW YORK WORLD. Fr l.E WVP J-)LD ! FOR 1873. 4 NEW POLITrIC.L ERA TS OPEN uig before the r coutry. The "net rt, cycle ofl our politics has roundc'ell to its coiclinsion through civil warn, social vi, leuce, i olhlntritl dislcrdr, and has lended ili giving freeltdon to fouir millions of the iei.ri rI ci'. , ;illl the h:illot t'i its ad at. omahtl. 'i'l politics of this new era will cone lihee to every malit's business and lins:n ts ncever hl.inre. lbeig vital tio 11-1 vat.o prospc':'ityv iUi the niLilitainall ce of aI Democratic Re'puhlict. For iot  ,lys ar. the manfiold encroach inc'nts of Federal ulpon State. Jpwerl's and I of lboth upon the' large libertv of Ameri-. I c ii flieemtnii ntow1' as always to ti- replied Il wit.h c,.;sel'ss vi. n. ce : ,,t o hly is hciboi c rile or local slf"..l'verunlenl nlow las al ways to hie l:ailntaiued for the Ie'st it"' a ite tr civil libertyv anil of inati i;ial gr'.cttlll i ss. hicut Iesicl,'s, thie victorie:. cl' i )i'.uen which are to giv...

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. — 2 April 1873

ý, BLSý-T . . . ..... . . -THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TO MU.H.(U E SALEXANDRIA LA WEDESDAY, L2, 873 TH flF Mfl r R I AT1 btflpTTI I THE DEMOCRAT. TIlE DEM1OCRtI-' is publi)shed1 lWerk Ip,, at Forft Dot.L.~t~t r ;inlrnrn, Two DOLL.AInt .%%t> FJFTY'CEjrS foa. ilr , m11fri'hi, PAYABLE tý1N AD NVA N' C ! N' r siis~pI(IItlc t takeli for a less pe'iod 't I1mU six' Mouths. ADVPIIT1SEf1EN'TS i1lierted ut tihe rattei of Ol %F jLL.A et r peIr sqare for the' first iuut i'uI iaad Pipry C1ENTS for ac1 sabrgceI)S j ºU ilt . EIIT life4 or1 IeBs, (Bn&VVIER) Consti tut.a.sql'mnre. OhIITu;Ar:. Niotices, Mlnrrinafps, Public Muwtlu,1; Uauud.(lard of' Th;anks etc., to be paiui I0l" lil. iu&lrcei uiotslullt t f " PE! oNA.%L. Ctritr , --whnn adlmiw mible, c eai40h1 dutblth the nlsuitl adver isiiuu riater. 3IBICELLA. ;NTEU)I s. ,LnVI~f~Rasoi ERGS Wýchmakaýrsl. n 1 Jewelers,. Udeill CIbk!r ; driverr ', Silver gpd Pin 'r d Wre, SPICTACLE. sAND FANCY ( lO0D41 SOlE .tGEN~rM FO~R t I N;, &- All, Golds...

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