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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 7 May 1873

Sl'auiaQST rtnirr it. E. R. NIOSS,1T ..............EDITOR E. A. BIOSSSIT,......... ·- -· BUlSsERE oFF!CEt-C-colaISr OF SECONDAND , l11.,1oT STrS. Our Agents. Thncmap Mc~utrre Nl.·--.Sew` Orleans J. Curtis Wa;I1101 ..........L S. M. I'ettelluill & (20..... New Yonrk 0 iii ~n & I1 .tl'mat.... ,alii tore, -Md ALEXANDRI)1. LA. Wedne'dty,......-!ay 7, IS:3. Death ofsidney W. Harris. wiOth fell! tUs of4ho1 41c trfatI't we hlive' to ntltihtlt(' th (14· uthl (if Si4ŽN Y lt11-; 4 "I;l , who '.as43 IV'''tilnded ill the Colfax, atlir, on the 131r1 of _ pt it 1(1St. It 'ill he rettel 14(14(c I13how aintl ill wfttttt flttiIiIi It'd 4t3('(jV4 tile WI~tt(4l34 which i1 teriiiiiitell fits lfie oil fist Mond"u eve-i 1?il,-, at thle E'.chttuge hotel, l tho s 'fo'14j1. Ile f ' as, $134? b\' the r'ill' 4u315 t]c31, 14333141 ' i .1 ((.Cd lill, of i It tlie nal Civilized1 j344of3le otII (e44t14 iandl tlhtts fe)li tItº:tS, 1441t1434' e/ (4435 i4414t14 414 44( 11,11-ionsS, Illridl-r tllir 111OSt ill...

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. — 7 May 1873

jj7uledicaiI Blunders. yloIU th~e period when Fnrgeonls ap fli~411wir save to aC))3jo($ iiiste'iri ! t o h rcsn"t wide-awvake. of(gp t'.icl profssio h1as often! ojtinriN taken side wits. D~isease iu 001fict8 1311 it Iite h'umnm systemn.I fiein !spite of the teachings of't t~vies of a~ p43riener', S0ome4 physic ShantliWv i~ 'hlri4't i ng their paitie'nts,1 starsrr~'tý1} e'xihausted Il4 iel; ,i113l powerful3 rv3'cnaiuiti, (nit- !I .Jfg'.siaiIs, whoI e14143ii, of1 tight , to thet t of the ('rn -1(1es ! Thait pwin iVI' t33 ~Ily ,(f 3iat113. 0 S iin its 3 . t ' th tiit'. I Ca esf sickmn'-s". Iiistetter's 'Stomai~chi* Iitttrs 4aop114(11 the4 v}cs', f tdie r~as-r ,jtotlt ttt pi: 4'4iri44)it iiinf43)t~iili' o 41iii aai the v ital l..tiet i tii of ille holly ft!W 11iemta'1 by 11 f 1stli. filet nnll ktshliti that who'll1 the 31t33)43.II'vic:; 0patdi4Si4 l3'' nil 3t4' 1(4 ho hslt 1, it is do to weilntifiii' the1 *y11e3,t( Ivitli .9,1 de1110ret~~ t+'ll iti 131(41 110n)13htnt, ant! ,,p~oie it t4...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 7 May 1873

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Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 14 May 1873

,SSAT) THE WOaLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH. - . (PUBLISHER yOL. 28.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1873. O N.0,40.. jHE DEMOCRAT. c-TEI MtW: 1,8E DFU0Ct \'1` is pnillished WVeek Ir, at Fucitll lºortr.%ui pe~r Ilr~nalnL Tir FU DII;AJ SD FIFTY CNITN1S for 'i Rtl'"tl,R, PAr~Y A~13 1, E 1?N 1B:) i; CiE! No suhser~ription ~1ken, 1~tf les perriod tha:n siX month.lla pV$RnT19E~tKNTjinserted at tihe ralte of QE DolwlARt per sqj:IIre for the first ijprt'olI' wll FJFTY CENTS for SIfRT liars less, (elSEvIEII) conIsti 0BTrCARY Notices. \ riorites, Public Ilir.tings, Canrils of Thaii ks, etc., to bie p,,iil for as aldvetisemlnts. ( PEtIION L ('. rIPT hen d mis 1jhir, char..cd douible the usual atbctr Ijig raLes. MLISCELLXNEOIJS. --- -- tic VjN& FER Gu3SON1 I.,' l,1 "t hr f itch oak rs an 1i Jewelers. rttis, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver andh Pla SPECTACLES ANI) FANCY GOODS. ) %GENT S,]:SI. FOR ~ I POLLAK & SON. *Y., GEmNE MSIB'CHAJM PIPE~S. C( N. B.-All Goo'b l.ol'1 warranted as re prceutrdcc...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 14 May 1873

0o iuui t l I elnocr it. E. R. BIOSAT,.............. EDITOR E. A. BIOSS,T,...... .....PUBLISHER OFFICE-CORNER OF SECOND ANT) ELLIOT STS. Oar Agents. Thomas McTntyre,....... New Orleans J. Curtis Wahlo,.......... "6 , S. MI. Pettenlgi! & Co.,.....New York Griffin & Hotfn.n-... .nBlimore, Md ALEXANDRIA, LA.* Wednesda~y,....:..May II. 1873. IIMP'ORTANT TESTIMONY CONCEI.NIN' 1 THE C.r\x .MAAcsl:E.--Undcr this Ieadling the C'iiciinati Times a nd ChrQ:icle, an ultria Radieal organ, plh lishes a letter from New Olleann, in' date April 2l3d, foom its special curres pondent. That correspol(!enti is al Inucly fellow for lhe has confidenlially interviewed "a geptlehian friom nIl pides, a man of wealth, andl highso-l cial position, well knowi thrsmioghont the Stale, andl .ossessing great intlti ence." Says the cai respondent: "every wool he says eali le relied upon--and Tits stategientaare entitled to idilhtionn. *al weih:;hl, when he spei;ks favoralbly ofl the Rep!pblicans of C'olfia...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 14 May 1873

S as It " 0s not obtained frum QC- T O1nstr:Ition. was tler Tillnan, another Captain, to t A n hhinself with 73 or 80 into thrr g llonse, from whichI they kept thei I ltl uAre continuously from both gun Swindows and by thrusting guns for dl rooffronn upper story. nlleo Frriving at Ware Ihouse door of lav front part of it was first bro.- e.rl d id found not to conllnect with ishe . On going aroundt the low- fire o thle Ware House we foutl an .flain ,ih eould be mide within a few sI""o ;ifle Court house which ran in is i ,11lini.ir direction to same, with int< , odolen building over a cistern l (, n them., A negro ran out of the Si n use at thalt tirne, and though the powJ think made his way in ihv #iaaner into the Conrt House. At w.a ati ngnegroes could be heard from the 1[l) oue sawing--"Col.e in here, am' 1 11o 1 and we'll kill you all."- 'T T arrival of different detach- a;nl , cava:lry, some coming from by t' gve us ufftlicient foce, and." Ca .tok possession of store below th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 14 May 1873

lNEW YIJII WORLD. --- FOR 1873. A NE W POLITICAL ERA IS OPEN J ing ieft Pre the coultry. The negro-!( ccleh of o0tr politics has iolunded to its c'ercltlisiot tllIrolhtt civil war, social vio 1le',e, i ,di.trial disordler, and has ended ill ,ivivin tfreed to four milliius of the Inero rare, anl1 thie i hllot to its ad lit. to tl -s The politics of this new era willI ,t lithneI to everL mai's r sin 1 ss ad I Iii . ba, i as never betfore. heiing vital to pri-I v:.rt prl..p-'rity and thile inaiut.aiance ui 1o a I),mtucratic Republic. F)r not ionly are the manifold encroach- . miitS of Felderal nlu'i tate pin'ers a' il of both upon the large liberty of Ain'ri- I C ill freemtlln now sty al ways to be repllied with ceai.iSless vi-;lin to: not only is home role or lioal setllt: verttll iit now as al W%  tv to lie itilttaiied for the best gnart aIDe, or civil liberty tinrl of national ,i gr'.atit'l ss, bullt besides, til vietorlies: ofl pireac wtich are to give splendor to thie! iutirtin...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 21 May 1873

1 1 ' .- ý . ___O__T)_ , THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH,.. (PUBLIHER ,o. 28.. ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1873. 1-"0 ,.---41 ....--~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ,, ,,,: ... _ _.. ,=, ,.I] 1 ~IRE DEMOCRAT, TpeD ;1:OCR A is p'1tl)ilisc1 WVeek-. k, at PItºCt DQr.lA1;S )+tr iinnil u 0 (ý Doi Al.AýJ I''L B 't'1 ( Clrsn; It·1 pis'ýUoutlug, PA'AIj II I NB A I) V{ýý iI ENo sithni 7criftio: Itoken "far a I~ fpelitill tha~n six Ion1ii ji. App tng:: rs inelrtPial nt 'tlli·; rte p( O, is I)1,I,.AIL 1º'1'si i 'iI tut' t tie frm i.4peti~ltII and Ft l 1 CUE4 a iot' * ri M1;tu;b11it,1IIII 111110. E$CftGlHr "ýle 1r les; (1:rEvt'E:;)' 'consttj OctrcA1:1 ',S(,ti1't'e, Bfi11·iiirites, I'rilllic' MleeriU~s, Caiwli " or.TEbdaksi, ettc., to" Airiratl do liete.ua ite: 6Er~~ FERuu ' 91 ý1' Je wolers. a · · - 3ICTACLES AN 1) -:1\ CY GOODS.1 POT IK & O\ \Y., LM', Ml i.I 1NCGU ºU I PIPES. N el-AI GOf,1+ Fn h wrnwarrated asre p plrselted. MaiW 1,'1S71: tf . .. . DICSIIO COFTA4 S 1':D-(IGCT THE (4 ii i to to' theuv...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 21 May 1873

g-o0uisiana uttrat. . I. BIOSSAT,.............. EDITO B. A. BIOlSAT, ........... PUBLISIEn OFFICE--COBNEB OF SECOND AND EI.IOT STS. Our Agents. Thonmar Mclntyre,.......New Orleans J. Curtis Waldo,.......... " S. M. Pettengill & Co.,.....New York Griffin & loffman,.....Baltimore, Md ALEXANDRIA, LA.. Wednesday,........ ayr 21. 1873. iV Dnrell and Bss Packard have stocked, in the United States Circui Court, the most model Grand Jury on tro'rd. Nothinlg before hasi e ve equalled this little anie of theirs. Al this is Iewig done in the peculiar in terest of the "Coelfax Massaure." Jns think, reader, o' a Grand Jury drawn in the City of New Oilcans, where Itit whites and Conservatives are in a clea majiority of ten thousand, that Jury consisting of twenty-two persons, alnd all drawn turn out to be bitter and prmnonnced Radicals, and all pegroee tullr foull! Was ever any trick more p!ain, any fr3nd more glaning and jus tice nmore infaimously trampled under the iron heels of our Ra...

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. — 21 May 1873

Louisiana. 0 TAiT TESTIMION CONCEIRIING THE COLFAX MASSACRE. Iw ORLEANS, LA., April 28, 1873. I had an interview to-day Iith a ,tleman from Rapides parish, which sins Grant. He is a nian of wealth ,lhigh social position, well known un5,lone thle State, and bpossessirng ut influence. Every word Ite says Srelied upon, and his statementse Sentitled to addlilional weight, when syleaks favorably fur the R. p Hli ,of Colfax, fronm the fiet that he 4R ol slavelholder, secessionist and a gnrop Demecrat to day. Hd desires. is tame to be withheld for thlie present ilb will soon Ie required to give tes ,,py in the inivestigation which is to • His description of the condi. clof affairs upon the R ii river should mardl to he appreciated. I can give etafainit idea of what he so graplhi aly described. S;id 1e: "The Republican officers on lgside of the river are either rascals reowards. They refuse, either be peew they dare not, or, niore often, be iLae lhy 'will nIot, to execute zwar antor serve w...

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. — 21 May 1873

NEWV YUUI{ WORLD. rrEFii~ WO1UA)IHH~ N EW POLiTrcT ETA T. OPEN~. ii·'It i C Ii 1.0111 66 1 \V,1 ,, t )lial alll1 i'~~ II:' riii\ ·;:.·! t l il IIlT V s! litlillOh ni I Ii V/ii 1 11`.' .1',71 ('1,, it u(1 1 h l a I l i1- )'. 11 .11 iI*'I' Vi I :u' lliiiijt. (I Ivl n"' o~: l~·· r.1( t" , 111'1 iff- 1,111.7 i o itK all Ithli 'lauI:. t '. ile 1i.'l..ll (t' ils Ilte.wi ii 110, iiicii:. I i tlt l 11 (~' C:l'n · Fill, I i' S~ l t' t II V!'' l' 111 ~.,I CI 'li I l. L ii 1 1 11 110' ih'iii ( i.jit i.' ' l 'e ) I .1 11 1 ti'' ' ii l'il t ih ('il" Bii liii liii~ I. Iii'·M Iii'' l3 O~lfc·~lr~o il ii''n ii..,... ;'' iii Uil +",: ", .: u~y~ of. I~e. II ita to il's' i:i, t I· vi : I'll i ll Ito hltsa 1ltiaii; i o *., tie ' * l~' l· " ' l'' l ~o ( III' ..'. i T O il "r ni ` i 'i t v : 7 1117 ' I IIr L folI) morn0leh '1: 1 '4 ' of'1.' I iii l l "''illd 111 111 (1'Y .' ant u: 1"7' 111.1 1''" 1,;W2.; Ii 110r1' of ' ~I - e+Ii .,tt. .ti n','. :I-; to Ito r.e. lie0 i'." ll ' II e i'"" vi ('l ll': 4 1 o r...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 28 May 1873

..,U 1' ,. ,. .u'.. ,. . 'II· B[OSSAT) THE WORLD IS GOVERNED .TOO MUCH." - .. ,L 281 ALEXADRIA, A3, WENESDAY MA. 2 8 87E TO : . 42, , • (PUIBLISHER ýpL. 28. ,, . ALEXANDRIA, :LA.,' WEDNESDAY, MAY .28, 1813:;:. ..,,...N0 42 'L rr\ DEiltOCRAT. .utPE(OCR&T' is ptblisihe4 Weok ir, at FOUR I)or.I.AI:J per annnq, tnoDOLLKaS A~i) FIF'hf'CENTS for pt gnnthg, PAYABLE IN AD VANCE! No sulbcriPtion taken a peS lt)('icd tlihn six months. IrR1.56ST insertedl at th~e rate o O Doi S t per square tf r the jnz ijnerti'~n awnl FIFTY CENTS fur h b ,obsequeIat 0ne. 1inoes or less, (BEtEVIER) cOusti ulte a i1"r\rO. S jntices, Marriages, Public X1ngs, Carlo Of Thanks, etc., to ýpnin for as sdvertisementa. 1PER5OYAL CARDs, thern aanmis ýe,clur~eted double the usualr adver ýg rates. ý-IISCELLANEOUS. f- ~ti r SON,.- ti , & FERGUSON . Ib !atohmakers and Jewelers, nDKLERS IN 'liles, CIolks, eiwelry, Silver' aut Pla- i ted Watre, IPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS. SOLE AGENTS FOR POLLAK & SON, N. Y., EN...

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. — 28 May 1873

onii tana rm orrat. E. I. BIOSSAT . ....D....EITOR E. A. BIOSST, .........ULISIIE OFFICE-CORNER OF SECOND AND Ei.1JIO'T TH. Our AgenIts .\ Thomas McTntyre,.......New Orleans J. Curtis Waldo ........" " S. M. Pettengill & Co.......New York Grilfin & Hofftlen......Bltriniore, Md ALIXANDRIA. LA." Wedn'sd.ty,........May 28, 1873. ' The St. Louis papers announceI the death of the Rev. Father De Snuet, in that city on Friday, the 2k1 list, aged 72 years. We knew wel!, fiavrc-' blily and iutinately the god and hon ored deceased and can hear willing tea timony to tohe purity of his ehluacter- the nobleness ot his mind, and thee faithful performancie ol the sacred dn ties of his holy mission on earth. lie1 was a lnatie of Belgitull , came to Mis- sanri in eally life as na Catholie Psit st. attarched to the order ofi'the Jesuits and was one of the foatnaders and tin'st of ar. able corps of PIofessora o; thei St Louls University. But for many years he has devoted hmisell entirely es ...

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. — 28 May 1873

ib~Tdlyp Del I e Slate 1f orf Virgnlia. s - an D T TIH "UNCONSCIOUS" CASBE--PAOE affE MgCAITY TItL LGRF.SOR-TBBU HISTORY Wet o TROCBL,-M'CARTY THIRSTS POR Of 1 1^ 5lORDE CAI WILL FIGHT -TH bel ý 0 T ARRAYGED. g li New York Herald, of the 1lth St ct. ontains a full and interesting ac- sta .nntof the late duel, which occurred the RiicLhmond, on the 10th inst., between hot aO prominent gentlemen of that city, Cli d which terminated fatally to one of te principals, as Mordecal died on the tive ,nof the 14th inst. Hear what the ,ee gald says: Gei The community has been more in- pie sl excited to-day than at any other 'gu since that memorable April day, est MS years ago, when the Capitol dis- tur uter resulted in the sudden hurrying pre etoeternity of some hundred victims. ed Asanguuary and bloody duel, with the duf alost assured death of one and the pos- of lte permanent injury of the other par. to th, nt, occurred almost in the city loV P;, between two prominent young jur -alflemen, a...

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. — 28 May 1873

NEW YJIRK(' WOJRLD. -'--a-'_ THE WtVORLLD . roi 1873. A NE W POLITICAL ERA IS OPEN. in, Iwfore the ctlntry. The negro cycl of our poic lities hts rounded to its , ,,lhsio. t.iroa U.1 civil w1ar, social vion lec ',. iulit ri.l dislrder, tand has ended in ;iving ftreed:-:nl to ft,r ,millions of the tihe'rt i a.c., at,l the :illot ti its ad alt tu 1.4-. The pilitith of this new era will c(orle h1101i to (,very inatl's bhisiiness anid h,) n as never hlefore. ibeing vital to pri \ate ,r , rity ;ial the muaiatainance of I a Democratic Republic. a For n-t only are, the manifold encroach men Il of Federal npoa, State powers and it of het: ua ln the large liberty of Amen. ri t' i; '," ntnw :t'. always to he repulied n iwith c:as.;lss vint;!;'l:CI; not only is honlle , rul3 oir tlocal tseli~ov'ernlent tow as al- a w;va's to ho l:lin;tai:le for the lest. glart ant" oar civil liberty and of iinationall grt,:ta tis. !,i t Ih.uidies, the victorie,' of p':tac,' w' "neh are to niive splendor to t...

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 June 1873

A A, BIOS3AT) THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH, (PUBLISHER VOL. 28.# ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 1873. .NO1 43. Iv0[, 28.1 ALr.EXAND]3!, IA,, WEDNF.SDAY, JIJNE r, 1873. . N0, 43. THE DEMOCRAT./ TI1 DEIIOCII'PT is puhlished Week Ir, at Fouu;t DoLLr.AwA per atnntn 'fwo I)Or.LAI:r Am!) FI'FTY CENTS for: oil monlIth, PAYABLE IN AD-{ vA; (! E ! o subsccription taken fir a I-$N iiii'iol tha111 HIx mIintlis. AtpvuTT:sF:\ rr:v~r inserted at the rate of ONE ()u.r.AIt per squ'are for thie tirst jnrerti'oI andl Ft.'TY CENTS for each ,&hIIhEjJllt 43110. ErrttHc linesi o` less, (nREvIEI:) consti tute ; tr1 hare. O nlTC·\ItI. Ni ti'eea, M:arrianeR, Public lJeetiii.;s, C!ll-l of TUhanks. etc., toil ie p !iEil for als ailvorttiae0II3PiIts. fibIH, ChItll'? l dIouble the usual ati er tiriclý rate,. i1I1CCEIIANE UOS. S --- - _ _._ --- . . fi, PERGUSON & 80RNACK, :i' Gel (FORIERRI:Y LEVIN & FERGUSON,) HI In Watchmakers and Jewelers. DE.LER.:; IN iatches, Cloeks, Jewelry. Silver aud ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 4 June 1873

E. R. BIOSSAT, .............. EDITOR E. A. BIOSAT,............ BLISHIER OFFICE-CORNER OF SECOND AND ELLIOT STS. Our Agents. Thomas 3cTIntyre,.......Neow Orleans J. Curtis Waldo,......... i" " S. M. Pettengill & Co.,.....Now York Griffin & Hoffman,..... Baltimore, Mdh ALEXANDRIA. LA. Wednesday...... ....June 4, 1873. l Gen. IeBlanc and his brave comrades have had their examina tion before Commissioner Shannon and been discharged from custody because nothing could be proved against them. They were acquitted on the testimony of the witnesses for the prosecution, the defense not deeming it necessary to summon any. So far from being ready to dine every day on roast nigger, Gen eral DeBlane was proved by the ne groes themselves to be a much better friend to them than the carpet-bag gers who got them into the trouble. It turned out that they were induced to have these gentlemen arrested by Kellogg and Field, for which the Commissioner rapped them quite sharply. G*. IB No one with ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 4 June 1873

The Overthrow of Republican Gov ernament in Louisiana. Under this head. the New York Herald of recent date contains a brilliant and scathing article on the infamous Kelloggg nrpation and the policy of the adminuis tration toward this State, which we quote a length: The overthrow of the regularly elected government of Loui.iana, through the :i0l ffederal bayonete. is prodlcing its leg-iti e results in tdisorder, riots and blood ,hed throughout the State. C * * S * * When the administration at Washington prostituted thl e United States army to the ork ofdriving from power the legitimate sauthorities of Louisiana and installing the minority candlidltes in their place, the people of New Orleans. compelled to choose between massacre and submission, yielded their liberties to preserve their lives. Their city was in the bands of federal sol diers; halls of legislation were filled with armed mien and surrounded by artillery; their courts were broken up at the point of the bayonet: their pu...

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. — 4 June 1873

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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. — 11 June 1873

g IBIOSSAT) THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH. (PULISHER -OL. 28.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11, 1873. INOt 44. ITHD E MOCRAT. TERMS: gE DEMOCRAT is published Week lr, at FOUR DOLLARS per annum 'vo0 DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS for si months, PAYABLE IN AD VANCE! No subscription taken for a less period than six months. AgEERTMIEMENTS inserted at the rate of OE DOLLAR per square for the Birst insertion and FIFrr CENTS for .eeh subsequent one. * EIaT lines or less, (BREVIER) consti tnte a sare. OBTUARY Notices, Marriages, Public 3[eetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. r7PERSONAT CARDS, when admis sible, charged'double the usual adver tisin rHteA. MISCELLANEOUS. FERGUSON & S CHNACK, (FORMERRY LEVIN & FERGUSON,) Watchmakers and Jewelers., DEIALERS IN. itchhs, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and Pla ted Ware, SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS. BOLE AGNYTS FOR The Howe Sewing Machines, N. B.-All Goods sold warranted as re presented. May 28,1873-tf. DICKSON COTTON SE...

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