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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 2 April 1873

. L BIOSSAT, ..............EDITOR E. . BIOSSAT,...........PUBLISHER OFFICE-CQRNBR OF . SECOND AND ELLIOT STS. Ogr Agents. - Thomas McInf're,.......New Orleans J. Curtis Waildo,......... " " S. M. Pettengill & Co.,.....New York Griffin & foffnman...... Baltimore, Md ALEXANDRIA, LA.: Wednesday,..........April 2, 1878 'In another column will'be found two advertisements of Mlchiael Legras, .recently aploiuted Assessor and Collec tor of Rapides. They speak plainly to all, and for the present, we call the at tention of all interested parties to them, excusing ourself from further advice on the imhnportant subject. The Editor of the Democrat is not in the mood, nor has he much will to lead or shoot off his battery thus early in the expected and advised conflict. lie has borne, heretofore, his part of the battle and l without thanks, of the many conflicts in Rapides for the past twenty years, and sow, in the Autumn of his life, will for awhile rest contented on his faded lau rels. W...

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. — 2 April 1873

Taxation ln Louisiana. The proclamation of Kellogg, which we pnblished yesterday, declares the jtention of the usurping Government of Louisiana to waing the taxes from the people by penalties and punish. ents. This pqrpose is clearly enun eated, and the so=called Attorney General is instructed to carry it out without delay by "criminal as well as civil prosecutions." In view of this prtrclanlation it mnay be swell for the ,wople to reflect upon the wisest and ist course to pnIsue; to aecertain' whether they can legally resist the coan teinplated coercion, and, if so, to what extent that resistance is warranted by the organicJaw of the hind. Nothling is more clearly settled than the universal principle of law that "an illegal order confers no authority." The person issuing a proclamnation naust first have the.power to issue it, if compliance with it is to be enforced. Ij the next place the subject matter must he lawful. If either of these es surial requisites is wanting to the proe ...

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. — 2 April 1873

IHlE W(y* LD!RT FOR EC1 18 73. 1- NEI A NEW POLITICAL. ERA.TS OPF N 'I. ,ng lbefore ;lhe euititry.. The ' lI gel- Chi cycile of our politics has rondeld to i ta . . ei1(ttritsionf througrh civil war, social vior. - leel, indusitrial disorder, and Iis oendled in giving freedo to ,four millions of the ner, i ae, and the Iallot to if. :i adt t iiimales. The pIliticl of this new era will 4,1llne home to every man's ininelss andle hl,swll as nIever efore. being, vital to Iri v'.Il prsp.arity aIndi the luaintatinatil of IhIt a I)enocratic l Republic. Int .For. olt onlylare the manifotld encroach- ' rloutll of r lderal upon Stato powers anl it I of both Iupom til large literty' of Ameri- lie c-ii trceiitlmn now as tilwcaivs to ol repliled VuI wi trh c; oei·eIss vi'zilanco; Iltt only is hoiltme r, lle olr loca:l s t||.:,rit.l " vlle llm"t now ai s atl w-vss to be 1:mtitained for tihe best ;oiar- n ani.e or civil iil.'rty amn of iintionalt . rail,- hilbt besidehs, the victorie: of ,., wi...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 9 April 1873

*Jia~JJ.#rr L#-.& rr+ ·~ - : ·-S I I- I o '', ý" . :T sý , i "'" i , e r 7:" it ' )I ?1', .7 'f...ii ' .. !i!` if ;". f`,... ' . _ . . . , + . . ''i , II r .":..It { 'Qý, Eg1 Arr) ºl 1'i . OVENE TO fIJ~ :,~ ,- r T WORLD IS GOVRE .T 1M ý . ýý ," .. (PUBLISHER VOL. A ..i. : 731 - tt' ryitt.ý TO # Ef"1"! I'º,ý ltl'i "'iTi :cýI iI$ 3R 'UL hiAitý 'tecuºr ii4ti1t ''1113 1,1111 1 % P 1bht r..la-as~ O1 ~Y~ r· I('1, ~ih rr: 'fi]P~e ,LI1UC . .?o( ' 'i ti ý l, e .1v rI IlelltR fa n?1u A I .' '!-----' i, I .'1:; sic in ý s.h - .mE,14)ikl "1 ) itiF:":x~ly~t)· " y() );Irc" " fl~ri'M111t ýIcll rq 'it I '}'l ,~1)0 Elu'jfr'Ch1i . let", 'l , Sý* } r!{ fltlt}Pin p te :1 81itº'11'!'`r; l . ;i ,r1,, ' l ý 1l Iccu!+, ,I.(lJ ofe '2'. ~~ 4, etc, t li r''lXA .foº :Ia~ 'tiONi Ntý ; gitipr~a}º.)t lt~l, dunitia th~e ue1ºTtl tt4['t-es '-9* 9*'1 l )1 3 , " I II 'U 1 ai'Lr~e1 y:th'kia.~~ ~a~ ic. 1P S lLr ir 'cl' '. ::- F Y.u+AlGnlmwll c a r ran' e ts h, ilerei' Ijl~~e) Lri4 Ilutt. t,. t t~4i tcq1a1 11 I B l e...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 9 April 1873

fttisiaiu ntrztorntt E. I,.BIOSSAT, .............. EDITOR EB. A. BIOSSAT,.......l, IIPB JSHER OWJICE-CORNER OF SECOND. AND ELLIOT STS. Our Agents. Thomas Mclntyse,.......New Orleans J. Curtis Waldo,......... " " S. M. Pettengill & Co.,.....New York Griffin & Hoffman,.....Baltimore, Md ALEXANDRIA. LA.* Wednesday, ......... April 9,.1873 .TaEt PACIFIcs.-The annual election of officers for this Company came off, at their Engine House, on Monday evening and resulted as follows: Foreman-J. A. Williams. 1st Assistant-Jonas Rosenthal. 2d Assaistant-John J. Ferguson. President--James W. Osborn. Vice-President-J. M. Barrett. Secretary-William J. Rogers. Treasurer-Moses Rosenthal. Steward--W. Marlow. Custodian-Henry Forenan. t The Shrevport Times comes to us in full mourning for the death of Colonel H. J. G. Brittle, one of its pro prietors and editors. He was one of the anlest and oldest editors in the Stale. and the Nestor of the Shreve port Press; and withal a high toned, edncated ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 9 April 1873

Sitest of the Chief Englneer of the Atlantic. Nm' YonK, April 3.-John Farley, .:l gitneer of the Atlantie, sa)s: The essel struck on a rock at q(ar tr pt 3 o'clook, A. M., of the 1st ond commenced to keel over to Srit sidfe, the sea breaking over 00ship and the vessel filling rapidly. j the female passengers who were aleep'wt the time the ship struck were. pruweuted front coming on deck by the e washing over the ship and fillinge her. Some of the pasmsngers got in ae lifeboats, the davit falls being cut1 Lwys, to allow the ioaents to float clear of the davits, in expectation of getting clear of the vessel to that way; but the sea broke on board and washed out the greater portion of the passengers who were in the boats. The boats were stove, and those who ventured in ,heum perished. The third officer (Mr. Brady) and the quarter-master awamn ashore with a small line, which enabled a great anmber of the passengers and crew to get on shore. I got on the rock soon afterwards, and also R...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 9 April 1873

- - 21 1 -` . .Jy ~J~MI-E~ ~V~I-flit) FOR( Iw P'O[.1Ti\L I: ISr. OPrA ,,i itl %'I4tf wtrt the cvtittrv. "hie ti e tl-, ic-."oi ttx i~l\'t l ,r', i t t i ',r"11: 1'r"1 to ti , I or1, ticl ilr thel l tt r ceiaet t'itt .V ;ttii ..4 Vi 'h~tl ( ist hter iiiti? itr4 t~ititIei ;1' ,tt~t "1Iý '. ' te . ii'1· nl ti'1)11tills otolle', 1'- it 'tt.it 1 r!.ii : tilt 1,01 i t-1 tt i . it s ;i i t 1,11i';. ' rti e'Iti'oitliuot t oiq tl Jrn iir l'( Wil tit4 a if iti al,1t r ii i 'tiU.til t e h in i i iit i't to iii v i t (1 : I · :it .[1tilt) it ilt unallo of i ' ii .ii' rl i, it i1 Ii t' u1i l it, For m i t ll)'i i 't ' tito ltlt l i['P c tt 'Io , tliliutytit ) i oft ;. itti ul. t.O'I;ir FilVE ( i)LM tI4t'rt ofi) r't t(' } t '1 ie Iu l ll L titi : 'i. to-it Ie'. l lirtl ''.iliU,-i'W'O1i1",\"!° al lift':Ii i \N 012 " INlimpN. 1'.111 tI)'ii iiirt it i p l '~uit t It 'i-it iii t a iitt l jttt4,a' cir t uth i, t .At~t tjt. ( tl I th ' h t-iu4 uit TilE WII'~i V WORL i.4 ou gral ·' ittiii ( i' { ' tl (·...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 16 April 1873

, A, BOSSAT) THE W OLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH. (PUBLISHER VOL. 23. ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 1873. 1N. 36. TH DEMOCRAT. ~L- TERLtMS: TILE DE' (CI: 1'l is pIlliahedl \Vi.c'k Ttr l)lLIAfl.r 1%1) FIFTY ('h: \T3 h)) . ic nl il4, )'. Y A II L I N A l) t F: N ( o N tlei"cr li * 11 takeni fir ~ ~a Icry i 11"" ,d tlo hi ix ()llthl.. ýurt:Irri;~u trs; i'ls rrte 4it the ºi te rf (,J' I) ,LLA3 IDt1' s( {n;1 ti lbi lthe first irlicti-nl anvI FierY CENTS t'ot }r~llT lin('. m' Ies3, (oI :IER1) Consti Osirr~llY Natie S, ltrrinitre, aI itIi )I21·tlrlXy, C;ultl1 of 'l'illlul:, et;c., to br' p~ll i'L. (h saIll" vrt ~is~uiola'. rr 'I ;; ( '. t,), wiv er adati"+- I tIin;rte'. - - IUIAAEL1 FIJ\N Ec1iJS. rjjl & F-RGUfSON wit311¶1krs ani JCWalers, IfIlt ., CIil ks, JeeIlrV. Nilver ally Pill tel Wire, SPECTACLES ANDI FANCY GOOl)S. POLFKI( & SO\N, N. Y., GENUINE MII1rSCHI:AUMlI PIPES ý. B.-All Gnsibs sold warranitei as re prcseuted. March 1, i7l-tf. 12. 1. BR DFIELF'S ?SALE REGULATOR! 19r9...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 16 April 1873

E. BIOS T,............ .. EDITOR E. A. BIOSSAT,.... ..... PUBLISHllE OFFICE--CORNER OF SECOND AND EI,IOT Si'S. Our Agents. "bomas McTntyre,.......New Orleans .. Curtis Wald,........." " S. M. Pettengill & Co....... New York Griffin & loffman......Blltimore, M(d ALEXANI)fIA. LA." ednesday1........ April 16, 1873 Death of J. W. Hadnot. We regret to announce that this es teemed citizen and good inan died yes terday morning at four o'clock, at the residence of Dr. Cockerille, in t is Town. He died from wounds received on Easter Sutnday, at the Clfax tight. That J. W. lladnot was one of the very best, honorable and purest of men,, and a citizen tavorally known and highil esteemed by the comnmunities of I~Rapides an Grant, needs no recordingi in the Drmocrat. Such be was, such hel lived, and all who knew him u ill more than attest ourassertions, anld his death at this time, and under its peculiar cir cumstances, can but throw a pull ofI grief and regret over our whole people.; P'...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 16 April 1873

"Unique. A E AN, ' BRAIN TRANSFERRED TO A LIVING SUBJECT, orlnr has the excitement and fierre o lity "f tie Paris savans respect in, '.pelinl enlts of Professor In i int peianichll oin revivifleation had ler ., lol] beitore anotlier series of lriis"nts hy the fane Ilhysiologist, e Pe les 2espectaldy anthellticited, ,nestin tle worltd of science. It is ine ry to premise that the views of st,"logiats respecting the llmde of s it eofihe lbra2in have recently in derlF e great nlodificationl, lla the irreteas of the nomlern ideas is fully Cl lsur ,e by the experitnents to which liee'fer. It iias formerly inagilned, wetd i1 lalrgely tanlght, that the at 'avi ,ftlf e bri in deplendedl upon the ~~lt hlwrlted by certlil cells in the ii mattier lf thaflt ortlgan, tiieh were Pi.'". to be sthe seat of very active chaueiLletlil24d ng an alunidllt lt sup pl. iof blood. Nerve force was slp. pald I he set at liberty in these cells, ýs lileralio bll eiiMg ai tenlded wit h tile rmluction of heatl....

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 16 April 1873

NE\'E" 1 K Wt5ijLi). -- Nt----~ NE W POLITICAI, ERA IS OPEN-! in; befo're tho country. Theo nIig'r,,-C vcl t' of olur politics hl.is rtnnllcIl to itsiI Cnncl1sioun throwh civil war, social vio 'ice, i'hn striil liordh'r, anld i has e hi el giving, fi tedio to tlitr inllions f theill _,ro r tio, a l t h i ballot tol its ad lt I m:hl ,. The, politics of tif.s nmw era will c~l,;ne hutll to every 1 r an'S binss allt thiso:o as nei e'r bet"h ore. hLein' vital to pri JvIte: pllt 1' it" h1ill0 thi e Llaitailnauei of i ) 11 Dlelllcl 'itlter it 1 1h l 4lic. i ilu For llr1t a lly arl tihe IIfold enl'l roach- () I t:lln - of t' iieral \IL ill iiL' State btow'rs il i of llIth upii the hlarge lihrty of Antlerl- 11 c l'l fr (llli : lr tsi; always to hlie repell llid I ll with e:lseless viilance; iot only is hliiis rufle or local welft2goVsernttent lnow ;i, al- ;ti wl S tI btli lnoti',tained 'r tIlhe best ntilr antv'ie o civ'il liberty inll oif ntioal ail r rI-ltltt 's, bhilt besilde', the vitlo...

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. — 23 April 1873

1,,, : THE·: -O: S·rtlt'~.J·O.il tl.~. i;DY~. CMapY l~aF,:iT .... ....ý. i t' ! I ,, BIOSSAT) THE-WO3LD IS GOVERTED TOO MU H. ... (PUBLISHER ,L 28,1; ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23 1873. -" . ....~~~, • .: j t" • • ;  .. . •r -- ... "' . .." - 1 . . . .-, I _ I~l I i IilI nila lll l liI IH r'L4 TIE DEMOCRAT. TERMIS: EIJIDEWfOCR UTr is published Wpfek Ir'l Fern t DOLLAirS per nannum TwO I),LJAI$S AND FIPTY CENTS for pr ntlaut'I, I'AYYABLE, IN AI) ` Yd C E! Nil iatncriatgoti taken ff a less gacriod 'tlhiain sit' mouths. ADVgRTISzI!ENTJ itdserted at the rate o f oa I)om.Ltx per quaorre for' the Ind Imertimn anal FIFT' CENTrSfor EIP line. or less, (BREvIER) consti Lois+ a squalre. eBITIUAIr Naitices., Marriages, Public jaarting5, Ai'ui off Tlhanks. etc., to be puiiil for as advermisewentf.A f'r P I1Snv IL CARDS,' when admis jihk, altrged double the usual advor tiwiag Wte .. MISCELLANEUS. SIN & 1 ERGU L ýAtch!x kers and Jewelers; SDK.A..1R IN Iadtbes, Clocks, Jewelry, Si...

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. — 23 April 1873

3. B. BIOSSAT ...... ...... IT) 0 B, A. BIOSSAT,..... .... PUBLISBHE OFFIc--CORNEB OF SECOND AND ELLTOT STS. Our Ageits. Thomas MeTntyre,. ....New Orleans J. Curtis Waldo,......... " " 8. M. Pettengill & Co.,.....New York Grifin & Hoffman ......Baltimore, Md ALEXANDRIA. LA." Wednesday,........April 23, 1873 W We have been urgently and ape eially requested on the party f many of the participants in the Colfax affair, from our Parish, to state that they, are no ways connected with or parti~s to any bush propositions or douceur offered ot promised to arny conductors of Radical journals here orelsewhere. They wish this well understood and have no ex e tses to offer, no cravings to beg, but are ready and willing to shoulder and meet the full share of their responsi bility in the matter, knowing full well they were tight and struck the fatal blow purely in self defence, in beha:f of their race, their homes, their wive;, .their children and their friends. We trust our ftieuds will ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 23 April 1873

Jack-and His Cabist. A f T IZ# MAN"*O MURDERED *VI ENERAL CANBY. e0rrespondent of the San Fran Cbrooicle writes from the Modoc iThe principal pottion of the 1 is situated in a huge opening or m dlelog of the ravine, of perhaps an I il area. On all sides of this open- t ýf hriech seems more like a huge I hibowl than anything else, the nat ~ tall rises a hundred feet or more; i t 1it is easily sealed, for the inner side I ilidtoned, and the rocks are sharp and t ta ot all over it. Once in the basin c thre is but one open way out, and that r ibyl tltrail we entered. There are r r ways out, but they are by ton ,Iending to the many caves or sink I 'Wesin another pait of the lava bed, t 9dwhich will be more fully.described I af'ber. On the outside of this basin 1i ONY is a succession of ridges as high v Sthat which incloses it. but these do e pt extend all nround. To the west of a t i bsio is a flat, table-like sur ace of ti ivs, esteuding from the very sun,mit a dtits rino clear back fo...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 23 April 1873

NEW YORK WORLD. FOR 1 73.. S. r - . -  . , A NEW POLI'TICA1t TRA IS OPEN ii befotre the cotntr%. The iiero cvcl: of our p'litie iti s r',,ll it.l to its c ,i:-l sioi, thron lh civil war, s:icial vil. ' lG+.i lnhstrial disorler, soi lhas eiiled tn ,rfvitn frteei"tu to foullr inilliils or tllh i.e..ro race, and the h:llot to, its ad lt nmales The politics of this new era will cmte lboli to every mlan's business and h)os, i a.i never before. heil n vital to pri-I vate prlp.prLty and the nmaiutaiuance of I a Delncratic Republic. I For not onily are tile nmanlfold encroach-. nlelts of tFederal ulpoll Srtate powers aindII of both upnu the large liberty of Anteri C to freeman Ino as alwayvs t, lie repelied with coaasIles vigilIance ; not only is bhnlll roile olr local self-governmtnt'il now as al-iº w.lVy to be ltiittaltined for the best' guar amite or civil lib.*rty aild of naltitnlal gr.atlits-,t. hut' besides, the victories of ie:teLC which are tit give splendor to the iew pnolitical...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 30 April 1873

Saulsiana e TOO A. BIOSSAT) THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH. (UBISHER FL. 28.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 1873. 1NO. 38. HE DEMOCRAT. '-TERYI!: IE DEN1OCR k"1' is pu'iblisIhed 1Veek , at. E'EPct DOLLrAH pe jr unmiml rwo) I)Or.LAIcS AxIJ FrFry CIYrS fth six erluths, P A YABILE IN A!) V A` C E! No siiIhr riytiiii taken for it less period tIIJIn) six liiiiitbis. )va'IrtsaEMNYT9 inserted It' tihe rate .If OAF. DLlAat jutr s'41111r. for the, irst jlAse.tiij)J IXndI FIFTY CENTS for ft1cll IIIllCseI)1011l title.. AII.r lines or less,' (zt vaIE a) consti itt. a squatlre. )uru.IL:Y N'tilees, Marria es, Public Jet-tiug , Catids Alt Thanks, ote., to b p.-1i11I'feir a,4 utiIvei.t0istiu~sts. r I'LI1S %r. C tat, e, lllu itdinis tihit charlged niwable the usual atLver tijsilt rutefr) NIISI'ELLX1NEIJIS. ý.ý& ERcU rSON LE ONCDO. 4~"! Wat&oam .krs ani Jewelers. Uaches, Cluoci, Jewelry, Silver and Pia tedl Ware, SPECTACLES ANI) I'ANCY GOODS. 8EX.I, A&GENTS FoR POIL.tK & SON, ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 30 April 1873

olgCE.CORNED OF SFOOC IX AN12 FTLL1pT STF ~} Thomas McIntyre,-._._.New Orlenos J. Curtis Waldo,......... i 46 S. M. Pettengill & Co.......Ne Yil Griffin & Hoffiinn......Baini , 1d ALXANDLA, LA.-9 Wednesday,.......April 0 .183 Srt Aniong our mainny and varied ex changes, we take up with mtole e al pleasure the shreveport Times and peruse it with more pIatieic n ndl profit thai any otiher paper we.rceeive. ¶The canudid tact 1must be pdlnli tedl that thlii Joustail is lthe Iest cotl Dnettld, thlie ablest Cedlited, and displays more cour age and true pluck tlihan aiy paper ill Louisiana. We meacn what we write and do not showeir tlhese plilaises on it for mere hniicumtbe-s.uch a paper in these limeas should te iheralltld to a! People, whose rights it chaulnpious and lwhose cause it supports % jilthI such marked a bility and ltotesly- ieceis, nn:re than success say we to the Shreve port Taimes. f Tlihe Third AnnunaI celehrntion of Pacific Fire Company No. 1 came oIF on Friday;i. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 30 April 1873

I ~Pe~l~in!: ~post ~rT"tolle , .'t ON C A RLES SWIN t;r E* tha w here i thl e rose is, (: predlike.Iipalea -the,. t eg 0Wan 1grow'togetet It rliua u sing leeather, t lel] or flowerful closes, Gol Gr>easur'e or' iay , rie"; Hill utlre r ue w rre wheat the roee 13, tall flli1 were like the leaf. 1F: crit flnere what tile words arr, th And love'w ere Hke the tune, ilhi ith doulle soundil anll single, hw With kieses gIul as bires are Tit gett sweet trailn at ioon;, erl what the words are, d love w\ere like thLe tune. sch Iio' qre life, Imy darling, the I. yoI r love. werei delath, cie de' shine alnd slnow togethler 'the S1arthli mutle sweet the weather tii With d:tllril inod starling, the Aulhiuri of frliitful.hreath; for po were life, tIy 'ahrlinig, * EndI, your love, were death old gyou were thrall to sorrow, l Ij were. pae to joy, We'd play for lives a 'dll seasons, It lith lovui look:iud trelsons, phil And tenars otf night aldl lmorrow, tli And laiIghis of ;mate iand boy; of Ifyo...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 30 April 1873

NEW Y KR WORLD. FOR 1873. ANEW POLITICAL ERA IS OPEN. ing before the country. The negro cycle of our politics has rounded to its coitclusion through civil war, social yin. lance, industrial disorder, and has ended in giving ireedomt to four millious of the negro race, andi the hallot to its ad alt males. The politics of this new era will cones horre to every uuran's business ault blist) II as never before. beiing vital to pri. v.te pre:s)erity and the uaiotaiunauce of a Democratic Repubtlic. For no" only are the manifold encronach. *ments of Federal upon Statq poYwers u and of both upod thie large liberty of Atnerli. cm in freemen now as always to be.epeliedl with ceaseless vigilance; not only in hInie rule or local self-governmenit now as al ways to be maintained for the best guar. antee. or civil liberty anl of iltioiali greatees., hbu besides, the victories of peace which are to give splendor s ºthe new political era must be won against ev. ery aldvatagi which even enemies of fre...

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. — 7 May 1873

A B[,SSrAT) THE WO LLD I' GOVERNED TOO MUCH. (PUBLISHER VOL. 23. ALEXANDRIA, LA.,' WEDNESDAY, MIAY 7, 1873. 'i 39. THI DEI0(IOCR ALT. S,jC 11 r I i: .\ Y' \ I. i; I X ) iP t !t". . In 1In.1 t(';:lt ;.ix, ti-- : tiiiuiiil" at th" rite ladU jf "ltf,\Ki I )(I .t 1 F It :"r C ol~ . tlii a.rlC\I:Y \"ti l':, ltarr i:1 "!', ''llic o(I.It'.1'(r 11':1'.i rl1r1l: lil3 1h .· Ilýs.lL ; 1IC1 ' t3 r. P Ct~t 1, J e T. ýr n/ -if. I T O -; tof hitI" C15 k,. i 1cr1tIlP .1, 1i;X& 1 1)\,. b It il. I t i (I.SI -M jZ to be htini·iei liv tiji- hu F1'' ,I: Or irs b tcr +f lii *T t. ('. 1", Ii ) ;..;.,,1\ Slllo 1 I:\ > '. TUIi ' 1} I' (t,31 16 ) 111 'nl r";I t' 1' .I. :l 11 .i, ,11111 \:La (tsit~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~l -a11yt l 'lil 1- I ll ifepij I. a1FR To HENRYSTI T JOHN FOR i l,, I:~ \ I' I,.I:~ .\ O II tt .\ .' h n\' 1,111. I;.i. !,11!1 11'1.1 n +" n l f r"11ý '1· n: 11 J. Cookrl ir 1:S frli;!fr PCU. \+":V t )t'!" :111-L RRFERR T4-'N1""F-Lrs, 'r'us'h-P"11 k 1.3' B4o,,Siatul. `faith &- Co:., 13.'1'. L...

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