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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 20 August 1873

E. R. BIOSSAT, ............. EDITOR E. A. BIOSSAT,........... PUBLISHER OFFICE-CORNER OF SECOND AND ELLIOT STS. Our Agents. Thomas MIcIntyre,.-......New Orleans J. Curtis Waldo,......... " " S. M. Pettengill & Co.,.....New York ALEXANDRIA. LA." Wednesday,....... August 20, 1873 ~gh. The whole of last week our planters, or at least a large propor tion of them, have been manfully and hard at work killing caterpil lars and have succeeded in slaying them by the million and milliard. The poison mixture seems to be a success, and all admit that wherev er used and applied properly it will save the leaves from being de stroyed. But these worms are here in full force and every where carrying destruction with them, save when they taste the Paris Green or Arsenic mixture. One thing certain, next season, wheli commenced at the first appearance of the Caterpillars, we are certain they.can be totally destroyed. The work commenced too late this sea son to effect full destruction, but the prese...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 20 August 1873

How Mrs. Henry Dealt With a Bur glar. There is a peculiarly saddening effect in awakening in the night and hearing burglars at work in your house. This was the case with Mr. Henry, on South I street, Friday night. As soon as lie de tected the noise, which appeared to be 4 down stairs, he softly crept out of bed, and commenced to prowl around for aI match. His wife was soon awakened by the same noise, and believing that I something was the matter with the I children, who slept in the next room, 4 she carefully withdrew from the bed so as not to disturb her husband, and started for the door. An instant later they collided. What he thought was evident enough. All the hard earnings of an arduous life were at stake. Be fore him stood one or more robbers. With an exclamation of condensed elo quence he clinched her. What she thought is not quite so evident, but it was doubtless of her husband and chil dren, and being plucky withal, she at once twined her fingers in his hair,'and gave him a...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 20 August 1873

NEW YORK WORLD. TI-E WIORLD ! 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 lence, industrial disorder, and has anded 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 vato prosperity and the maintainauce 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 now political era must be won against ev ery advantage which even enemies of free institutions could de...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 27 August 1873

E. A. BIOSSAT) THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH, (PUBLISHER VOL. 29.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1873. INO. 3. THE DEMlOCRAT. ---------- TER-is TERMS: TIHE DEMTOCRAT is published Week ly, at Foc:R l)OLLARs per annum T'wVo Du)LLAI:C AND FIFTY CENTS for six minothi, PAYABLE IN AD VANCE! No subscription taken for a less period than six months. ADvERTIsI,EST inserted at the rate of O I)otLLAIt per square for the first insertion and FIFTY CENTS for each subsequent one. E_ur lines or less, (,REVIER) consti tlte a sqflare. O:rTu'AIR~ Nfotices, Mnrriages, Public Meetings, Cards of 'rThanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. s ? PEIIioNSAL CAI)S, when admis sible, charged double the usual adver tising rates. MI.;CELLANEOUS. FERGUSON & SOHNACK, (FOlTlR0 itY LI.VIN, & FELRGUSON,) Watchmakers and Jewelers, SOLE AGEiNTS FOR The Howe Sewing Machines, May 23, 1$73-t f. SEND TO HENRY ST. JOHN FOR JOHN\ M. SAMUELS. G. W. STOONEl LOUISIA r N OS- SIREVEPR - LA: RUIT TRE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 27 August 1873

E. B BIOSSAT,.............. EDITOR E. A. BIOSAT, ...........IUBLISHER OFFICE--CORNER OF SECOND AND ELLIOT STS. Our Agents. Thomas McIntyre,.......New Orleans J. Curtis Waldo,.......... " " S. M. Pettengill & Co.,....New York ALEXANDRIA,. LA." Wednesday, .......August 27, 1873 r Again are we rejoiced an have an intellectual treat, and The again our friends, The Leonard fact Scott Publishing Company, are peo hay the cause of all our happiness. We have received the Westminis- abor tea Review for July with the fol- ason lowing contents: At Public and Private Schools. of The Chanson de Roland. o An Early French Economist. ity Mr. Lewis's "Journal." Emigration and the Coolie Trade ea in China. the Bishops in the House of Lords. Asi The Personal Life of George the Grote. an( France and its Government. ces Contemporary Literature. the 1W We have but few words to sew say about the cotton crop of Ra- bri pides. By the time this issue of de the Democrat reaches the most of e our patrons, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 27 August 1873

SFigBht 10 thc vear.m SANGUINARY HAND-TO-HAND CONFLICT. A eorrespondent of th e New York World gives an account of one of the most ferocious duels ever fought. It occurred on the evening of July 4, in the Indian Territory, at Medicine Lodge, a point which is a great resort for hunters during the colder months. The parties engaged in this desperate fight were Hugh Anderson of Texas, and Arthur McCluskey of Kansas, both desperadoes well known on the frontier for their recklessness of life. Ander son had killed a brother of McCluskey in a dance-house fracas; and the latter sought him out for the express purpose oftakingvengeance upon him. A Tex an guide namned Richards acted as sec ond for McCinskey, a huge Kentuckian by the name of Harding fulfilliing a sim ilar office for Anderson. THE AGREEMENT. By the terms agreed upon between Richards ana Irlading the antagonists were to fight with revolvers and bowie knives-to be placed back to back at an interval of twenty paces-to wheel and fir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 27 August 1873

NEW YORK WORLD. "HI2IE VWORLD!. FORlt 1S73. A NE W POLITICAL ERA IS OPEN. .1inug before the country. The negro. :'ycle of our politics has rounded to its :onclu siou through civil war, social vi.n 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 businesss and bosom as ]never before. being vital to pri vate prosperity and the maiitainance of a Democratic Republic. For not only are the manifohld encroach ments of Federal upon State powers and of both upon the large liberty of Ameri can freemen now as always to he repelled with ceaseless vigilance; not only is honme 1e ' or local self-goven'iilenct nlow as al ways to be maintaiiid for the best guar an tee or civil lihberty and of national greatness, but besides, the victories: of peace which are to give splendtor to the new political era must be won against ev ery advantage which even enemies of f...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 3 September 1873

E. A. BIOSSAT) THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH. (PUBLISHER VOL. 29.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESD'AY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1873. INO. 4. THE DEMOCRAT. 'FERMIS: TIlE DE\IOCIi T' is published Week ly, at FlocR D)o.t!,Is per annum Two) D).I.Aus A. 1IFTY CIENTS~'s for six Inuth , PAYABLE IN AI) VA N C E! No subscription taken for a less period than six molluths. ADvEr,lSr: NTS inserted at the rate of 0,E I)oLr.A1t per square for the first i ,tertion and FIrFTY CENTS for ealch snisellutelllt o 1ne. IEllmrIT lines or less, (ItREVIER) Consti tlute a square. OITrrCU.Ar Notices, Marriages, Public Meetiutg , Catds of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisemlenlts. r7 PRisoNL. C .\e , alhen admis siblie, clhar'ed double the usual adver tisiu,% rates. Ii,'CELL:ANEUS. FERGUSON & SCHNACK, (?l18il:u! iY I':YIN & FERGUSON,) I- -' Watchmakers and Jewelers, so!. Ai;;.:N'rs FOP. The Howe Sewing Machines, May '2t, 1l73-tf. SETD TO HENRY ST. JOHN FOR hIN M. SA.ICLS. ;. W. STONER " SHREVEPOR _ LA." | ,l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 3 September 1873

E. R. BIOSSAT,.............. EDITOR E,. A. BIOSSAT,........... PBLISIIER OFFICE-CORNER OF SECOND ANT) ELLIOT STS. Our Agents. Thomas McIntyre, .......New Orleans J. Curtis Waldo,......... " " S. M. Pettengill & Co.,.....New York ALEXANDRIA. LA. Wednesday, ..... September 3, 1873 T'he Fair. We are pleased to know an d once more announce to the public, that the various Coin mittees of the Rapides Agricultural Fair Associa tion, are busily at work perfecting and finishing all the plans, fixtures, buildings &c, which will compose the main attraction on the Fair Grounds. No pains or expenses will be spared to have all ready in ample time, and the public of Ra pides will have cause to rejoice and be proud at this inangural enter prise in behalf ofthe developements of our resources. No more will they have cause to shout that we are too much engaged in politics, for we now offer them a real substan tial intellectual and pastoral feast, in which the whole world and his wife of liapid...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 3 September 1873

Narrow Escape From Death of the President. AuGcUSTA, IME., to August 16, 1873. n Since my dispatch of this afternoon ne facts have been given me by reliable th) gentlemen, connected with the cruise St of the McCnlloch in Penobscot Bay Ti yesterday, that justify me in the state- n mnent that the President and party had e a narrow escape from shipwreck, if not er from death. The facts, which some of qn the paity induced the reporters to over- N look. lest they would cause alarm and of comment, are briefly these: Before the to party embarked Secretary Robeson, It fearing tihe storm would reach the main ol coast about the time of sailing, tele dei graphed the commander of the cutter, an *I)o not take the President out into T salt water." Notwithstanding the Sec- N retary's solicitude. the party embarked of and went out in the fog. m About three o'|lock, when she had an run some t wenty-five miles, feeling her 1I way carefully through mist impene- in trable twenty yards distance, now slo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 3 September 1873

NEW YORAK WORLD. THlE W -ORLD! von 1873. A NEW POLITICAL ERA IS OPEN At 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 entded in giving freedoml to four millions of the negro race, and the ballot to its adalt males. The politics of this new era will come home to every luan's business and bosom as never befbre. being vital to pri-i vate prosperity and the maintainanuce of a Democratic Republic. For not only are the manifold encroach ments of Federal upon State powers andl of both upon the large liberty of Amenri-I can freemen now as always to be repelied, with ceaseless vigilance; not only is home+ Iule or local selftgovernment now as al-. ways to be maintained for the best guar antee of civil liberty and of national greatness, but besides, the victoriec: of peace which are to give splendor to the new political era must be won against ev ery adlvantago which even enemlies of f...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 10 September 1873

E, A. B[OSSAT) THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH. (PUBLISHER VOL. 29.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1873. NO. 5. THE DEMOCRAT. TEIlIS: TIIE DE\IOCR IT is published Week lv, at FoCL DOL.LAus per annum Two Dorr.Ai: AND) FITY CENTS for six mnitlhs, PAYABLE IN AD VANCE! No suobscription taken for a less period than six months. AVEu riFsNErs inserted at the rate of ONE D)oL.LAil per square for the tirst insertion arid FIFTY CENTS for each subsequent o0ne. Ev.rtrr lines or less, (imEVIlER) consti tute a squarle. OI:rTU.r!:Y Notices, Mtarrianges, Public Meeting, Cau'ds of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as atvertisements. t7 Paao;rOAL CAnuD, when admis sil,le, charge;d double tiine usual adver tising rates. MISCELLANEOUS. FERGUJSON & 0CHNACK, (F''OUlEitUl'RY LEVIN & FERGUSON,) Watchmakers and Jewelers, SOI.E AGENTS FOR The Howe Sewing Machines. May 28, 1d73-tf. 8-END TO HENRY ST. JOHN FOR J ollN .M. s.1MUIELS. G. W. STONER Li ASI o RIE SSHREVEPOR LA. F I:'r TIlEEl: ORNAMENT...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 10 September 1873

E. R. BIOSSAT,..............EDITOR E. A. BIOSSAT...........PUBLISlER -----, -'°'*°'* OFFICE-CORNER OF SECOND AND EILIOT STS. Our Agents. Thomas Mcintyre, .......New Orleans J. Curtis Waldo,........ S. M. Pettengill & Co.......New York ALEXANDRIA. LA.' nedaY.--.Sep-te-- ber 10, 1873 SAgain d(, we have to return i thanks to the Leonard Scott Pub- powdei lishing Company, New York, for who ml the reception of their republicitlon ent i. of one of the British Magazines.-- his This time these thanks are due for his the August number of Blackwood, formeb which is an exceedingly interesting haveb number. We cannot too urgently lars i recommend every lover of good, pars I solid reading to at once subscribe publia for Blackwood and the four Be- selves views. Price X15. The following are the contents of the number be- the p fore us: disgr The Parisians. Savalls, and the Carlists in Cat- whicl alonia. tribu A Century of Great Poets, from of th 1750 Downwards. No. 9---Johann he c: Fiiedrich S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 10 September 1873

The French Fortune Left to Geor gia Ladies. We stated nabout a week ago that it was reported that an il Ilady, living near Washliigton, Wilkes county, ill this State, hail fatllen hltir to eight inil lion ofldolh" i,. France. This infor ;nation we obtained Iromn a vagne ru mnor irtating about, h!t siine that time the matter Ihas a*Misined a d(efinate sihai. anld on yesterilay we came into liEnsstiii'on of facts. from positive an thority. in clonnection with tile matter, which leaves o loe ol for uloubt. From this antllhority we i.tIarnid yesterday Mrs. Virg'~i i:' . 'arplhell anld her iei'e', Mrs. Elin a C(hamibers, of Madi s, ;Geo-rgia, iare entitled Ii)to not eight Init twelve ilillions of dollars, now waitilig in France to ibe cliiiued by thlese lto llunat ladies. Mrs. Campbell 1is a idow allout sevelt.y yeas ofl age. 1her neice, 1Mrs. Chanibers, is also a widow, aged about thiity-six. The vast prol,ri t which they have i, heri teil belongs to tie Rliennonleau esltate. Ini,'maill...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 10 September 1873

NEW YORK WORLD. TII: ýE WO1V-LD! E FOR 1873. A E W POLITICAL ERA IS OPEN ing before the country. 'The uegio cycle o ofur polities has rounded to its I conclusion through civil war, social vio leuce, iudustrial dlisorder, and has ended in giving freedomn to four millions of the legro race, nao thie ballot to its adult males. The politics of this new era will conic home1io to every man'11 business andl bosom as never beiore. being vital to pri vate prosperity and1 the maijtainance of a Democratic lRepublic. For not only are the manifold encroach i'ents of Federal 1111011 State powers and of) oth upon the large liberty of Ameri ca:ll freellncl now as always to eli repelled a with ceasiiless viCi;launce; not olyl is home)e 1ile0 or local sell-goverinmenit ni)wt as al-, ways to be maintained tfor the best gatr anteo or civil liberty and of national) grieatness. but besides. the victorie-: of n lc:",i which are to give splendor to the: new political era must be won against e% (ory advant...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 17 September 1873

. .BiOgST) THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH, (PUBLISHER VOL. 29.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1873. 1N0. 6. THEDEMOCRAT3 - TERMS: TIHI I)E TOCR4'I' is published Week ly, at FOUR DOLLARS per annum 'r'W) l)!)LLA.ll AND FIFTY CENTS for ix monuths, PAYABLE IN AI) VANC E! No subscription taken fir a less period than six months. AytvK:,rtrEI[STS inserted at the rate of O-i. DoLLARt per square for the lir.t insertion and FITY CENTS for each subsequent01 o0. ErInr lines or less, (miEVIER) COnBti tute a squCtre. Ourrc.\er Notices, Marriages, Public Meeting, Cards of Thanks, etc., to lbe paid for as advertisenmnts. : l':iniAr. CARDus, when admis sible. chaTrgCLe double the usual adver tinil rates'. - MISCELLANEOUS. FERG USON & SCHNACK, t (i~iEl' tutY LEVIN & FERGUSON,)l1 I ll 'of Watcfr kers and Jewelers,.t, corL 1.I,'GEoNTS FOR The Howe Sewing Machines. May I28, 1-73-tt'. SENThD TO HENRY ST. JOHN FOR SiRHEVEPOR LA ý 1. l:l' Tltrl. i. ORNAMENTAL l'iant."i ml l'i w r See...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 17 September 1873

E. R. BIOSSAT,..............EDITOR E. A. BIOSSAT,...........PUBLISHER OFFICE-CORNER OF SECOND AND ELLIOT STS. Our Agents. Thomas IcTntyre,.. ....New Orleans J. Curtis Waldo,.......... " " S. M. Pettengill & Co.,.....New York ALEXANDRIA. LA." Wednesday,... September 17, 1873 aS. The Dengue Fever, in all forms and types, is raging in our Town and near surrounding coun try. Thus far many, nay one third of our population, have been down with it, and in pacing the streets you can't take a step that you don't encounter a Dengue Ghost hobbing along with stick and al most dead pace! It is truly lament able to see poor manhood thus knocked up and a martyr to the thousand pains of this awful Den gue! But so be it, and it must run its race and strike all alike. The disease has but one good trait, it don't exactly kill you right off like Yellow fever, but then it leaves its mark and feel for many long days! The whole Democrat family have had it from head to devil, and we are sure our well r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 17 September 1873

Tihe Mode of Choosing the Presi dent. During the lnst session of Congress the Senate authorized the Committee on Privileges and Elections, of which Mr. Morton is chairman, to sit during the recess for the purpose of consider ing the best mode of choosing the presid'ent and. Vice President of the United States. Mr. Morton is said to have been giving his attention to the setject, but no lmeeting of the commit tee has yet been held, and Mr. Moiton has not favored the public with any stateument of his views. As for the other memlbers of the comnmittee, they are probably too much occupied in back pay, to bestow much thought up on the mlade of choosing Presidents. The newspapers, however, ate paying somle attention to the subject, and evi dently do not mean that the committee shall fail for lack of suggestion. The prevailing opinion seems to be that the existing sys:emn is defective, and even daniigerous, but there is no agreemnte:t upon any snbstitue for it. Some think that the electoral...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 17 September 1873

NEW YORK WORLD. r"fJHE W-&-i)LA D!EXCE FOR: rJacksoln, 4 NEW POLITICAL ERA IS OPEN ~Ig before the conntr. The lnegr .;cycle ... ou litics has rmuoded to its'. L 1 E'I cylcl,,io. .ti. rou,.civil war, social vie-  Li lence, industria disorder, and has ended in giving freedom to four millioins of the nfro race. and tile ballot to its adrult ' males. The polities of this new era will ar tolnoe holnte to eve:ry plal's bnsilness and bosom as never before. being vital to pri vr-tO prosperity and the mlaitainauce of a Democratic Republic. formerly I For not only are the manifold encroach- and more ments of Federal upon State powers and and are of both upon the large liberty of Ameri- pnblic in "an free.n.. now as always to be repelied our Stable with ceaseless vigilance; not only is hionie 1110 or local f.fov erna ilrent now as al- IIORSE' ways to be unaintained for the best gnuar antee or civil liberty and of nationallanl ill greatness, but besides, the viet.ories of and eil peace wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 24 September 1873

E. A. BIOSSAT) THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH. (PUBLISHER VOL. 29.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMfBER 24, 1873. NO. 7. THE DEMiOCRATl TERMIS: THE DEIOCI-R Lr is ptublished Week Iv, at Foua ) DoI..Ltus per annum ''Two l)lurA:Ms A. FrITY CENTS for six mmiths, PIAYAI LE IN AD V A N ( E! No sublscrilption taken for a less period than six months. ADVE!:rIsE11IITS inserted at the rate of OE I))OLLARt per sqtl'~tre for the first inserti,in and FrIFTY CENTS for each sllbseqllent ni1e El;uir lin~es or less, (mREVIER) Consti tute a square. OIITUARY Notices, Marriages, Public Meetiniis, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. :F PEl:.sntA, C.t;tiS, when admis siblie, chrged double the usual adver tisinig rates. MlISI;ELLANtEOUS. ti (i-uimi: Y L~E[VI & FEROUU ,)~i 'ill lii Watchmakers and Jewelers, 7 80I,8 AG;.,NTS FOR T Howe Sewing M chelaines, May 8. I 7::-t F. SE 1"D TO HENRY ST. JOHN FOit. pr Watchmak. AELrs and . Je. elers 10fo Thents and Flower Mechind groes. ...

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