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

E. R. BIOSSAT, ..............EDITOB E. A. BIOSSAT,...........PUBLISHER 1 OFFICE-CORNER OF SECOND AND ELLIOT STS. Our Agents. Thomas McIntyre, .......New Orleans I J. Curtis Waldo........ " " S. M. Pettengill & Co.,..... few York Griffin & Hoffman,.....Baltfinore, Md ALEXANDRIA. LA.* Wednesday,.........July 16, 1873 PICKINGS AND BORINGS.-We read r in the New Orleans Picayune, of the i 3d inst., a commercial statement of f the Cotton received up to that date- which closes a sort of annual statement t concerning that staple. And we must acknowledge that we were shocked at t its perusal, and perhaps but few, if any a of our poor planters have ever known the real facts of their destitute situa- t tion and dependence on the Factors of , New Orleans. Certainly we never for a moment imagined such dealings. The Picayune, in the article alluded to- t shows there were 1,360,000 bales of Cotton, and that the Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants received t in addition to 21 per cent c...

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. — 16 July 1873

T rownlow and H111il. a pAIgON DENOUNCED AS A FOUL MONSTER. d -- t For a quarter of a century before the t war, Rev. W. G. Brownlow was elf.constituted apostle of the pro jery party. No one of the same t of brains did so much to fire z gouthern heart and influence the ern mind against tihe Abolition went, and thus to bring about the hable conflict of arms, as the self a intedchampion of human bondage. t Mr. Brownlow challenged the t Mr. Pryne to meet him in Phila- o is and there discuss the slavery o 'on. In that debate, Rev. Mr. a salow used the following language: h Now, Mr. rryne, may I ask you and a fellow-laborers in the CAUSE OF L }p YvL. to pause and lift the veil of c future not a quarter of a century I of you, and use your influence to I the fanatical hand raised to strike the I of rain to your country! Call around a a council of your head men and l1 dors--Senator Seward, Joshua R. P dings, Chase and Fred Douglass- c twbom you are doing journey-work, ti Sgo to that victim i...

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. — 16 July 1873

NEW YORK WORLD. [j6kEjE %VOJE LDT! FOR 1873. A NEW POLITICAL ERA IS OPEN ing before the country. The negro cycle of our politics has rounded to its conclusion through civil war, social vio liin'ce, indulstri.l disorder, acnd has ended in giving freedom to fouer millions of the ]nero race, and the hallot to its adult males. The politics of this new era will colme home to every man's business andI bosom as never before. being vital to pri vato prosperity and the maintainance of a i)emocratic Republic. For not only are the manifold encroach-! neants of Federal upon State powers and of both upon the large liberty of Ameri can freemen now as always to be ropelied with ceaseless vigilance; not only is home I rule or local self-governilent now as al ways to be minaintained for the best gnar. antee ot civil liberty and of national greatness, Ibut besides, the victories ofi peace which are to give splendor to the new political era must be won against ev ery advantage which even enemies of fr...

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 July 1873

A . BIOSSAT) THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH. (PUBLISHER 'OL. 28.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 1873. HNO. 50. HE DEMOCRAT. TERMS: HE DEMOCRAT is published Week SI, at FouR DOLLARS per annum Swo DorLARS AND FIFTY CENTS for six months, PAYABLE IN AD VAN C E! No subscription taken for a less period than six months. yVRTISaEYNTS inserted at the rate of ONe DOLLAR per square for the first insertion and Fwrrr CENTS for each subsequent one. KIGET lines or less, (BREVIER) consti tute a sqnare. OBITUARY Notices, Marriages, Public SMeetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. ' r PERSONAL. CARDS, when admis sible, charged double the usual adver thinf rates. MIIISCELLANEOUS. SP RGUSON & ONAOCK, bil (FORMERRY LEVIN & FERGUSON,)Ito inr n8( oli oft th hm ers and Jewelers Watchmakers and Jewelers. - DEALERS IN Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and Pla ted Ware, SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS. SOLE AGENTS FOR The Howe Sewing Machines. N. B.-All Goods sold warran...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 23 July 1873

E. R. BIOSAT,..............EDI'TOR E. A. BIOSSAT,........... PBLISIIER OFFICE-COJiNER OF SECOND AND ELLIOT STS. Our Agents. Thomas Mcintyre,.......New Orleans J. Curtis Waldo,......... " " S. M. Pettengill & Co.,.....New York Griffin & Hoffman,.....Baltimore, Md ALEXANDRIA, LA. Wednesday,........July 23, 1873 I~WCe are glad to announce that the old mail route from this Town to Burkesville, Texas, has at last been re-established and started on yester day on its first trip. Captain W. M. Surls, of the enterpising firm of Peter son & Surls, has taken the contract, which is the best assurance that the route will be well served. The mail will leave here every Tuesday even ing at 5 o'clock, and supplies Iineston, hicks' Store, Leecsvillo and Burkes ville. We are sure our old friends in Vernon will now be revived and open all familiar communications with old mother Rapides once more. We have long been strangers by want of mail service, and now tender them our hearty greeting on...

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. — 23 July 1873

" I azzling the Press. When Senator Carpenter launches ais dennciation at Ilhe free press of tie W y'ountry, and pharis:ically complains pl elanse it is free, he echol'es the spirit of tc eadlninistratitl in Loisiant'i, where III .vlpporters are engaged in making ti ar thlrolgh the courts upon this last it lfuge of popular liberty. For cool- ei peat-ng at tie time of the election p ;apon the condtlt of Jacob llawkins, a hI :Oember of the Board of Canvassers, as it l deserve(l, that individiial brought q' to action for libel against tile New Or- ili Pin3i-.aynie, labing his damages at k< j0,).O, 'I'Te case was brought be- g fejudge Lynch, who owed his seat h "the bench directly to the frlauu- o lent returns made by the Hlawkins e bcord. Thus a judge assnmed to try aI e case who was inlterested in its is- it pe quite as mIucll ats iHawkins: and as ft iltelaºws of Louisi:tin alllow the ilefeind- c. iant to prove, if possible, the truth of re the libel in justitication, his prese...

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

NEW YORK WORLD. 'TITE WCORILD ! FOR 1873. 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. industrial 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 man's business and bosom as never before. being vital to pri vate prosperity and the maintainance of a Democratic Republic. For not only are the manifold encroach ments of Federal upon State powers and of both upon the large liberty of Ameri can freemen now as always to be repelied with ceaseless vigilance; not only is home rule or local self-government now as al. ways to be maintained for the best guar antee or civil liberty and of national greatness, but besides, the victories of peace which are to give splendor to the new political era must be won against ev ery advantage which even enemies of free institutions could ...

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. — 30 July 1873

A. BIOSSAT) THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH. (PUBLISHER OL. 28.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, 1873. EN0. 51. HE DEMOCRAT. TERMIS: E DEMOCRAT is published Week ly, at Four DOLLARS per annum Two DOLLr.As AND FIFTY CNTS for six mouths, PAYABLE IN AD VA NC E! No subscription taken, for a less period than six months. aD1TIS.rE)IENTS inserted at the rate of OnE DOLr.AR per square for the first insertion and FIFTY CENTS for each subsequent one. $IGOT lines or less, (BREVIER) consti tute a sqnuare. 'OSITUlC.T Notices, Marriages, Public S.3eetiugs, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. P? P;u-soN.AL CARDs, when admis ,tihle, ehirged double the usual adver sing rates. MIIiSCELLANEOUS. FERGUSON & SOHNACK, Shi S(FORMERRY LEVIN & FERGUSON,) ni nn iu of of t1 PI W'atchmakers and Jewelers. DIALERS IN iatehes, Clacks, Jewelry, Silver and Pla ted Ware, SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS. SOLE AGENTS FOR The Howe Sewing Machines. N. B.--All Goods sold warranted asre prese...

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. — 30 July 1873

E. R. BIOSSITT ............. IEI)ITOfl 1:,A. BIOfSlS.......... .P[IITISI; EER fiC)I) .\ NT) ~I" f,LT, Y ST'S. Our Aguitsi Thomas icintyre-,. _ ...Now Orleans J. Curtis Waldo,. ...... '' '' S. Ml. Pdttengill & Co.,.....New York (riffin & H1offmanau,.... litimioic, aid ALEXANDR IA, LA. W'dnesday,....... .July 30, 1S73 E The cry is still h a r d times, the very hardest ever experienced in Rapides, and you can't meet a man who does not jingle this awful cry in your ears; and the Democrat in its awful experience of 2 8 y e a r journalistic existence must yet ring the cry into record. Our people seem to be palsied under the dire af fliction, and though not easily crush ed under misfortunes, are still now more despondent than ever. Busi ness is more than stagnantly dull, and work for mechanics and laborers of all kind not to be had at any price or under any consideration. We feel the severity of these fatal stabs at our vitality and prosperity when we are forced to record the sad f...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 30 July 1873

A Terrible Blunder. Said Governor Walker, of Virginia, in a recent address, in speaking of the futuro of the negro of the South: "The facts with which we have alone Sto deal at thile pr'tsett nolnent are that althtolg.il tie ne;;ro was entanilpa ited from plihysical slavery, he was leftt bound il the more1 terrible chains of uuivers;:l ignorance; and that while the nation ilnvested hini with the glor Sions ti'ghs ,lnd privileges of American cltiz.-hip, it not only failed to make Any p1oi-0 a for investing himu withi k I nolw ld1 e of the high dllties and resp'si , tili:its which that citizenship t',"'s, let left him in the depths of *.pov;i.ny : v ignorance, to e educatedl, ifel :,cti :i t all. bI the white people -ho.t o ,. -S whom the war hald so pi!t<,y ; ';,; v-ris hedl t t that they were :: ` I . i'V,"n to edt2late themnselves. Th,t ti:!; V:.; unjust, unwise and int 'poli:io., i: t, :,o words from mne to de ;i;,t:':,te.; !'i my opinion the Gov erna;cwtt ('l:tht! not oily...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 30 July 1873

NEW YORK WORLD. THE W)ORLD FOR 1873. NEW POLITICAL ERA IS OPEN ing before the country. The negro cycle of our politics has rounded to it: conclusion through civil war, social vio lence, industrial disorder, and has ended in giving freedom to four millions of the nlegro race, and the hallot to its adull males. The politics of this new era will come home to every man's business anll bosom as never befobre. being vital to pri. vate prosperity and the maintainance of a Democratic Republic. For not only are the manifold encroach. inents of Federal upon State powers and of both upon the large liberty of Ameri can freemen now as always to be repelied with ceaseless vigilance; not only is home role or local selt'-government now as ali ways to be maintained for the best guar. antee or civil liberty and of national greatness, but besides, the victories oJ pease which are to give splendor to the new political era must be won against ev. cry advantage which even enemies of free institutions cou...

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. — 6 August 1873

B. A. BIOSSAT) THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH. (PUBLISHER VOL. 28.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1873. N¶O. 52. THE DEMOCRAT. TERMS: TIHE DE1OCRAT is published Week ly, at Foua DOL.ARs per annum Twvo DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS for iX months, PAYABLE IN AD . VANCE! No subscription taken for a less period than .six months. SDVEIRTI=EMENTs inserted at the rate of OWN I)O .LAR per square for the lirst insertion and FIFTY CENTS for each subsequent one. ;EaIrr lines or less, (BREVIER) consti tute a square. OBItrUARY Notices, Marriages, Public Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. . f P>ERSONAL CARDS, when aimis gile, chargedl double the usual adver tising rate. MISlNCELLANElUs. FERGUSON & SCHNACK, ý(FORMERRY LEVIN & FERGUSON,) :i. Watchmakers and Jewelers, wALr.RS L' W'atelles, CloEis, Jewelry, silver aud Pla ted Ware, SPECTAULES AND) FANCY GOODS. 30L. AGENTS POR The Howe Sewing Machines, N. R.-All Goods sold warranted asre presented. May 28, ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 6 August 1873

o8u0 I niuira tCflZ0c14. E. L BIOSSAT,.............EDITOR E. A. BIOSSAT.........PPUBLISIIER OFFICE-CORNER OF SECOND AND ELLIOT STS. Our Agents. Thomas McIntyre.......New Orleans J. Curtis Waldo,......... " " 8. M. Pettengill & Co.,.....Now York Griffin & Hoffman,....Baltimore, Md ALEXANDRIA, LA. Wednesday,........August 6, 1873 [ B. H. Peterson and W. M. Burls have dissolved their partner ship, and the whole affairs of the Stage Lines and the Livery Stable business are now owned entirely by the former gentleman. Dr. Peter son has secured the services of A. M. Osgood, a gentleman well known here to our business community as one of the former and efficient clerks of the B. L. Hodge No. 2, and one who stands high as a perfectly re liable, energetic and competent bus inessman. Mr.Osgood has already taken charge and is now in full har ness as superintendent and the duly accredited Agent of Dr. Peterson, and in charge of the whole affairs of the entire concern. a Again we publish ...

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. — 6 August 1873

Opposinag Majoritles, (4AT IS NEEDED IN OUR POLITICs. We do not have so many great men 0 formerly in public life. De Tocque gile explains the undeniable fact-far pre conspicoonus now, indeed, than in 1 time-by what he calls "the ever gresaing despotism of the majority in ay IUnited States." "This power of b majority," lie continues, "is so ab plgte and irresistable that one must L give up rights as a citizen, and almost abjure his qualities as a man, if he in tuds to stray from the crack which it .prescribes." The declaration is ex . travagant; yet who that has seen the estracism of our best men, for views wherein they were only in advance ot their times, will doubt that the tyran ny of party and the intolerance of inde psndenlt opinion among political asso eiates, constitute atonce one of the most alarming symptoms ofour politics, and one of the evils of our society to be most streanously resisted. We deify those whopat what we.think into fine phrases; we anathematize those who, th...

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. — 6 August 1873

NEW YORK WORLD. 'THE WORLD ! FOR 1873. A NEW POLITICAL ERA IS OPEN A ing before the country. The negro cycle of our politics has rounded to its conclusion through civil war, social vio lence, industrial disorder, and has ended in giving freedom to four muillions of the negro race, and the ballot to its adult males. The politics of this new era will come home to every man's business and bosom as never before. being vital to pri vate prosperity and the maintainance of a Democratic Republic. For not only are the manifold encroach ments of Federal upon State powers and of both upon the large liberty of Ameri can freemen now as always to be repelied with ceaseless vigilance; not only is home iule or local self-government now as al ways to be maintained for the best guar antee or civil liberty and of national greatness, but besides, the victories of peace which are to give splendor to the new political era must be won against ev ery advantage which even enemies of free institutions could ...

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. — 13 August 1873

, " ... . ., i '-I· f 1. A. EIO 3AT) - THE WOa tIS t rERNED TOO MUCH, "- (-UEL!SHEI i !/OL. 29 I;, ALEXRiRIUA, LA., --EDA JL 2AEL ED SDAY, AUGUST 13, 1873. . = 1YOi, _ I ?N JHlEDEMQC RAT. U E DE'.1rICO:' 1 is puhhslithd WVeek Iv, at Fat~t' !)oLr4,Rs pet annnnt-ll- t'iwo I)tr s AN Fur-rY CrNrs for V E ! No tiuh';crjlttino I `tdklci fur; !1 Its periocd titan1 sis oiouth .. in mseimrterl at the rate (of Oar : Per~sg naqua tar the hsQt iii erti i'i aLII IF 1'rm CmENTS for cit. .Li ubºSeq:unt onie. r oý.rrr lines or 1e·s, (Di(:EV11il) copsti tte ma rlue. r :*; y vitic(.4llt'C.rrihel, alic . iet~ii<ý, C uiti.of 'rlank-, etc., to L p mid lor ans atlveitlscr (101t3.; I':t O L C'A :)s, \tIt~ Id mis i e, clt~tt ;e:1 dutti'u ru usual awlver i ua Iruut .. & 1'.. u .iu I~F~n T~a,~r , 4 1 T 1 ~ ir V1. 2[I cELLXNE')tS 'WS It..SFOR FOI$ ," _S-.. -r ±4.ut, t 0 S'u~tv S .it ;1's iii ilit a.)l attp!":t+ ýR~ uvee~tt. Saud fot mil!t lo 1', jLiol'at:1'u s Oct 101y J AV' E-SITY 0r NASHVILLE: F\A D...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 13 August 1873

E~. I. BIOSSAT ,... ........EDITOR E. A. BIOSSAT,...........PUBLISHER OFFICE-CORNER OF SECOND AND ELLIOT STS. Oar Agents. Thomas MrcIntyre,.......New Orleans J. Curtis Waldo,......... " " S. M. Pettengill & Co.,.....New York ALEXANDRIA, LA." Wednesday,....... ugust13, 1873 I[ The Mayor and City officials of Alexandria have received a spe cial invitation, from the proper com mittee of the City of Shreveport to attend the celebration of the "-exten sion of the Texas and Pacific Rail way to the City of Dallas." In the name of our City Fathers, by their authority, and as one of them, we beg to kindly return our thanks to the committee of our sister City, and regret our entire inability to be with them on the joyous occasion. We congratulate them on the auspicious event and trust we poor fellows here may soon be able tb reciprocate the invitation, whe~our Central Railroad joins and links hreveport and Alex andria as one. Till then, may luck, prosperity and wealth be the portion of ou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 13 August 1873

The Declocralic Orgaizatio. a -,STrER FRO M W. S. GR)ESBECK. JULY 25TH, 1873. 8 Judge Collins: My DEAR SIR-I feel very mucb-ob- t liged to you and the gentlemen who I called to-day for the honor you pro- a posed to confer upon me, but I will not 2 reconsider the answer I then made. Ii will not accept a nomination for the of- a face of Governor. While this is so, I warmly sympathize in what you pro- I pose to accomplish, and hope the time is near when present Democrats and t former Democrats and all dissatisfied C Republicans shall be cordially united under a single organization. I don't .think there is anything sacred in mere patr "organizations. They are only machinery which should be repaired when out of order, and renewed when too much worn. A constitution of gov ernment is a more sacred organization than that of a political party, yet we don't hesitate to pull down a constitu tion in order to put up a new one. We have a convention at Columbus now engaged in that work. I give yo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 13 August 1873

1NEW YRiK,.W1tLD. I'I-I.E CVOI~LLD" 1S73. A E W POLIT'IC. L ERA IS OPEN . ini before the cou:ltrv. ThI n.;i - cv.le o1 our politics hl.t rouldedl to it., ciclusioni tihroough civil war, social vio lence, iudulsrLil disordlr, anti has on ed ill givigll ircedotl to fouiir luillions of ttio 110 'o ra- , "nd the hb all to. its a.l It 1in.tec. 'l'ih politics of this inw cra wiil cwa:n hal(lt to Covilery lIu' bulli.'- aanqi b1)51Os a1l.i eliver buoire. bUciilg vit .l to p.i i'li, Oprosprityv :all thit maiata.inance of a Democratic Riepublie. For not only are th:l lilntfolh encroach Inlntlt of Federal upoun Mate powers aitl of both upon the largeo liibrty of Amicri a.t!l ftreciLlan now It- always to be repeliedi with cea-iless vig~Ilauee; not only is iot:rne idn or loc.al sell'governmeni t 1new as at wVai:s to be n.tilt.tiled fLor the best guar -unt1, or civil liberty anud of natioial grcatucss, but bAsides. the victorice of peiace whiche are to give splendor to tlhe new political era lull...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 20 August 1873

E. A. BIOSSAT) THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH. (PUBLISHER VOL. 29.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1873. INO. 2. THE DEMOCRAT. TERMS: TIHE DEMOCRAT is published Week ly, at FouR DOLLARS per annum Two DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS for six months, PAYABLE IN AD VANCE! No subscription taken for a less period than six months. ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate of ONE DOLLAR per square for the first insertion and FirrF CENTS for each subsequent one. EoHnT lines or less, (BREVIER) consti tute a square. OI;ITuARy Notices, Marriages, Public Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. tr PERSONAL CARDS, when admis silie, charged double the usual adver tising rates. MISCELLANEOUS. FERGUSON & S CHNACK, (FiORM3ERRY LEVIN & FERGUSON,) Watchmakers and Jewelers. SOLE AGENTS FOR The Howe Sewing Machines. May 28, 1873-tf. SENTD TO HENRY ST. JOHN JOR JOHN M. SAMUELS. G. W. STONER L " SR-EPORZ.. A. F I r111' TREES, ORNAMENTAL Plants and Flower Seed grown in the Sout...

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