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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 15 December 1911

GOOD THINGS FOR XMAS DINNER! Mince Meat in Packages, Pails and Jars, Raisins, Currents, Citron, Candid Orange Peals, Almonds, Walnuts, Creamnuts,Fresh Mackerel, Cranberries, Peanut Butter,Olives a' ad Stuffed Olives, Dill Pickels, Codfish Flakes, Swiss Cheese, Roquefort Cheese, Limberger Cheese, Prunes, Figs, Evaporat ed Peaches, Dates. BAKER & SON. PHONE No. 29 BESSAC'S JEWELRY STORE AT A HOLE IN THE WALL 107 N. Commerce St., Natchez Is showing the largest and most complete stock of Rsins, Lockets, Chains and Pins of all Kinds IN THE SOUTH rhies uu tk Lowest Possible, Quaity Considered Store expenses figured to a minimum. Our profits in proportion. Fine watch work and optics a specialty rW E a maUSOULE COLLEGE. NEw onW naN, LA. Should be d"es the oet tralaltr to re " mat Departrmet. Comgte Co -. ;. lk. ColU ee store ud No miresenatoess to seesse sta* dents. Through the success ofite 22000 former studests. seols Col.ee Is recosed everywher e a Wide Awake. Practleal. Popalar sad...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 15 December 1911

Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Matters Especial Memaet t tie Pregressive Ariculturist Who owns you? Why is a poor man? Why not a co-operative laundry? A farmer is known by the horses he keeps. Cut down ycrr acreage and double your culture. Thrash the grain out before the rats and mice do It for you. The day is never too long for the man who is making things go. A good farm with a poor road in front is a poor sale combination. Thickness does not :lways mean warmth, in the matter of clothing. Cut the cost of production by us ing machine power wherever pos sible. Dipping the fingers into the pail while milking is no way to wash the hands. "Put yourself in his place" is a good maxim with regard to horse as well as men. Pure water and plenty of it is the ebapest food on earth--and about the scaroest. Blowing up a stump is dangerous. but a good deal safer than "blowing up" one's wife. In some states less than one farm in twenty-five his bees. Looks like some lost o...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 15 December 1911

MAoIED AND UNMARRIED LADIES s i Jfe S.me Useful Advice in SWe.rl of Mrs. Jay McGee of Stephenville. tepbnville, Tex.-"For nine years," says rs. Jay McGee, of this place, "I suffered from womanly troubles. I had terrible headaches and pains in my back, etc. V4 My husband suggested Cardul to In me, but I did not think anything would in do me any good. It seemed as if I would die, I suf fered so! At last, I consented to try ul, and it seemed to help me, or t away. 'sgs interested, and con- is ued its de 'The full treaTent not only helped but it cured me. °o It will do the same for all sick and ui ering girls or women-both mar and unmarried. t . will always praise Cardul highly, it has been the means of saving te life and giving me good health." di ailf a century of success, with thou- ti da of cures, similar to the one de rl above, amply prove Cardui's td scientific, medicinal merit. geing purely vegetable, Cardul can t taken safely by young and old, and a do nothing but good. Its acti...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 15 December 1911

FIRST AID FOR MINE DISASTER VICTIMS {.. . . .:.r: ;" :: ... "F/QS-r A/D TEAM ./.S,/Y6 PULAfOTOR PRESIDENT TAFT and the other prominent men who attended the mine congress at Pittsburgh were espe cially interested in the demonstration of developments in first aid to those injured in mine disasters. Among the new devices exhibited was the pulmotor. used to resuscitate those who are asphyxiated by noxious gases WOMEN AS FARMERS Outdoor Life Is Luring to Dwel lers on Prairies. Daughters of Two Men, Who Were Disabled, Prove Expert Agricul turista-Perform All Kinds of Manual Labor. Topeka. Kan.-Many Kansas wom en are turning to agriculture and to a life out of doors. Within the last two years a score or more of young wom en have chosen the farming vocation in preference to teaching and to clerk ships in stores and stenographic post tions. Some of them declare that much of the work may be done oy women now that modern machinery has lightened the burdens of the larm er But the greatest benef...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 22 December 1911

C P-A-COLD FOR TWENTY.FIV C.W r ..... THE ENSAS GZEE G&th Publihi Cmpany, Ltd. Official Paper of the Parish of Temas School Board ad Fith Lama Lom DsricL1 A NEW SERIESVOL. XVIII. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER22 1911. NUMBER 51. rr~--------'--------- -- Professional Cards Dr. L A. Murdock ST. JOSEPH, LA. *( Physician and Surgeon Office on Plank Road OffiM Phonm 12-3; Residence 12-2 L . UU.T, M. D. H. S. TRICE, M P. Drs. Lilly and Trice lemsuasf to Dr. Lilly sad Adams St Joseph, - Louisiana S Ib .k Belidig, up stairs G. H. CLINTON Attorney-at-Law St loseph, Louisiana WlN practiae in East Carroll. Madison, Teasas Concordia and the Supreme and Fedeal Courts. DR. GEORGE N. CLARK DENTIST ST. JOSEPH., - LOUISIANA a Newall Building, Plank Read Are You Going to Bui I aw mt tb u M snder te meet faverabIe cuditiu. by e..mg abee the 4.bu -eqiRd for the rpoee. To build ec.micafly, buld ell. FOR HIH-GRADE, WELL-MANUFACTURED Rough and Dressed Lum r Smles, Flooring, Ceiling, Composition Roo...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 22 December 1911

SOBYC ALBEi TrER NE CANONCHET This is the story of a savage chief tain who could not forget a wrong, and who, at the cost of his own life, avenged the evil wreaked by the white men upon his father. Miantonomoh, as an earlier article of this series told, was sachem of the Narragansett tribes. He was proud to be known as the white man's Mend. He gave pledges of loyalty to the New England solonists and trusted the vows the colonists made in retrun. Then Uncas, the great Mohegan chief. became his enemy. Uncas was more useful to the white men than Mlan tonomob. So the New Englanders sae riflced the trustful sachem, giving him over to the Mobegans for execution. A Wrong to Avenge. Canonchet (or N-nun-tinu) was Miantonomoh's son. In time he be. came chief of the Narragansetts. A Massachusetts colonist thus sums 'up his appearance: "He is a large, ms cular man, of great courage of mind as well as strength of body." The young Narragansett ruler was not at first strong enough to declare his I...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 22 December 1911

a.0.0J~ammoaoEm ga 4/d i- E4QaaCdrha95f &LAiIWAM4PM#rA ýýl / I YNOPSIS. as gory opens with a sncream from Sl  Marche in the opera box of Mrs , a wealthy widow. It is oc - when Mrs. Missloner* necklace g scattering the diamonds all over ae er. Curtis Griswold and Bruxton Ad, seety men in n love with Mrs. MIs Ssgdsr, gather up the gems. Griswold Ssa what is supeeed to be the cole ,d Mgaharanee and crushes It A HiJ We Ohresim it was not the genuine. An le Itr pronounces all the stones sitntSi for the originals. Detectives .sm. r sad Carson Investigate S CHAPTER 11.-Contlnued. ise big man straightened abruptly. Stgboilte's heels came down and her fiaa Suttered aloft. The catch In r* Verie characteristic of him when Stp eseace of the rich, was brush ,it eat r his throat by a burst et pro uLaj l gM seal. He recognized a situs a~ at enabled him to play inquisi :Ci a home of wealth. " wre were the jewels stolen Gat" be asked. 1 dsa't know," said Mrs. Missioner. bVea did you miss th...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 22 December 1911

The Tensas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH,- - - LA. ABNER E. GREEN, - - EDrroR. SU3SICtIPTIOlt VKAKLY ` I . A dvance. $1.50U FRllI)AY, DE('EMBER 22, 1911. For State Senator. I here by annll,unie iny'elf as a candi date fIr the Stat' snate from, the .19th Senatorial I)i'trict, oIImpo-"d of the Par ishe of Co('ncordia andI T'enss. If elect ed. I plelge myalf t, faithfull guard and represent the lest interest of the i.ople to the best of iimy ability anld un derstanding. . II, ('.CLINTON. Tc My Fellow -('itizne of ('oneordia and Tensas l'aril he:: I hereby annonce my aspirations to the honorable psnition of reprn~enting this D)istrict in the State Senate, subject to the I)emcnoratic prinary. EI)WARDI) C. RIHODES. For Representative. We are anitlri red to atlnnnee lION. SAM'IL. W. M .\cTIEN as candidate for re-election to the liwer lHouse of the Gene.ral Aseltily of the State of Louis iIna. from Tensas Parish, subject to the D)eniocratic primary. We are autthorized to announce HON. .TJOIIN MfI'...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 22 December 1911

THE DEATH IN THE DIRIGIBLE AN ADVENTURE OF PETER CREWE '"THE MAN WITH THE CAMERA EYES" By HAROLD CARTER S oprrigtht,1911,bT W G Caapman. In the Unitd Sta.is and Great BritatnI Whelan I look into the remarkable Ssetive records of my friend, Peter  els, I am struck chietly by the sim Spigty of the crimes which he discov - or frustrated. I mentioned this Ia him once, and he responded: 'gi. plcity, Langton. if I may use Measphor. is the keystone of the - of successful crime We have '.Ipward curve-the plot; the down d curve-its accomplishment. Un M the whole be bound with that ty of design which ensures the plot must fall." a' t illustrative of this, I think, - Crewe's detection of the diabol plan of the French doctor which In the death of four men and destruction of two German gov t balloons. s- German government, there was doubt, had at last perfected a balloon whose value as a weapon was Incalculable. Wbeth :O French government was privy st to the murderous acts of Dr. cannot be kno...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 22 December 1911

THE TENSAS GAZ 1 TE. ST. JOSEPH, - - LA. FRIDAY, I)DECEMBER 22, 1911. The attendance in the High School has been distressingly pooor this week, due in part to the inclement weather. The girls represented the ins and the boys the otite. Exatuinati', s have registered progress towards a uceeseful game of intellectual archery at mid-tern. . The marriage of lMiss ieorgia Robert son and Mr. Harry Nadler was solemn ized at Baton Rouge, on Thursday, at nlmn. Our good wishes go with them to their ('ubaln ihme. The sehonrt iw tci-diay for the holi days, openine a.rain Tl'utlay. January 2. B,otany Teacher-- \\hat are the small olpinings in the stein of a plant?" Studlent-'"Tentalk'rs. ' Ilow slkes the toad breathe? Ask Eli.e._. "There's a Nong In the air! There's a star in the sky! There's a Mother's deep prayer, Anti a Baby' low cry! And the star rains its fire while the Beauti ful sing, For the manger of Bethlehem cradles a King!" The following is an original composi tion written by little ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 22 December 1911

00 O',300000000 00000!. ,; To be Given Away! One Five-p!ece Sliver Sarvice, on January 1st, 1912. Tickets on Same given with EVERY ONE DOLLAR CASH PURCHASE 'Kt CARRY A COMPLETE AND STRICTLY UP-TO-DATE LINE OF SOLD AND DIAMOND JEWELRY, CONSISTING OF Wglches, Fobs, Rings, Brooches, Studs, Ear Rings, bacelets, Coral Necklaces, Lockets and Chains, ikM Novelties, Sterling Dresser Sets, Silver Plated Tilet Articles, Gold and Silver Handle Umbr1llas and ftaes, Cut Glass, Sterling Silver Fat and Hollow W,ar, Clocks, Hand Painted China and Brass, Etc. WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE. KARL LEHMANN & SON, 43 MUAIN STREET NATCHEZ, MISS. I 'WANT YOUR ORDERS - FOR STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES UITSh NUTS AND FANCY CANDY S--- - CAN FILL YOUR --- . Orders-- at -- Wholesale Prices UEIIN GROCERY COMPANY. , Franklin st. Natchez, Miss. The! Grocery Store that Gives 8. & H. Green Trading Stamps. :D. J. SHLENKER & CO. VICKSBURG, - - - MISS. , `r - " COTTON FACTORS AND " COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Bueders...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 22 December 1911

WHERE FOREIGNERS IN CHINA ARE CONCENTRATING El: "-' -- ' -- "·· · -l to:.. .. . Y/tW OP" P'ORtION LtATIONJ IN PfKJN ILLIAM J. CALHOUN. American minister to China, and others in authortty, are doing all in their power to per suade Americans and Europeans in China to seek safety In the treaty ports and in Pekin The foreign krga tions in the latter city. of which a view is here given, already are becoming crowded with reftg es LOVERS ARE BALKED "Princess Pretty" and Young Marquis Meet Obstacle. Indian Maharajah Will Not Allow Daughter to Marry Heir of the Duke of Sutherland. London.--The course of true love Is act running smooth for the East In dian Prinacess Pretiva. the young daughter of the Maharajah of Cooch Dehar, and the young Marquis of Stat gmrd. heir of the Duke of Sutherland and his millions. Prutiva. whose intimates rightly call her "Princess Pretty." and her mother passed the summer at Bex hill, where Stafford. who is 23 and an amiable youth. was a constant visitor And sma...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 22 December 1911

GOOD THINGS ___.. _ FOR XMAS DINNER! Mince Meat in Packages, Pails and Jars, Raisins, Currents, Citron, Candid Orange peals, Almonds, Walnuts, Creamnuts,Fresh Malckerel, Cranberries, Peanut Butter,Olives _nd Stuffed Olives, Dill Pickels, Codfish Flakes, Swiss Cheese, Roquefort Cheese, lnUmberger Cheese, Prunes, Figs, Evaporat ed Peaches, Dates. BAKER & SON. PHONE No. 29 SAC'S JEWELRY STORE AT A nHOLE N THE WALL 107 N. Commerce St., Natchez Is showing the largest and most complete stock of : , Lockets, Chains and Pins of al Kinds IN THE SOUTH a to mst Possilec, Qusity Casired Store expenses figured to a minimum. Our profits in proportion. -wateh work and optics a specialty RSES* AND MULES! --lr mopy e of Tenuss Parish will ind at our stables a well se '" tsioe of HORSES asn MULES. A car load just re brdi. PaLtkrae of Tense Parish plantaa specially solicited. KAHN MULE CO., STREET. -- Maxwell a rouch Old Stad. NATCHEZ, MISS. Automobles.' We are the agents in this district for "E...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 22 December 1911

DOINGS OF A FROG New Group in New York National History Museum. Work Represents About Two Years' Study and Preparation by Mary Cynthia Dickerson-Everything is Shown, Even Croaking. New York.-The last word In frog sociology is the way Prof. Bashford Dean describes the new bulifrog group which has Just been installed In the east tower of the second floor of the American museum of natural history. The bullfrog group represents a July scene typical of southern New Eng land and is unique inasmuch as It is the Arst group with descriptive labels to be placed on view in a puilic mu seum showing the general biology of the frog, its swimming croaking, its food habits in connection with small mammals, snakes and fish and also the metamorphosis from a tadpole. The bullfrog group represents about two years of study and preparation by Mary Cynthia Dickerson, of the mu seum staff, and is novel in that it has a transparent porous background curved in panoramic fashion and made of fine and durable l...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 22 December 1911

New News of Yesterday By E. J. EDWARDS L .. I udtler and the Shinplasters -.Wd by the Parker House In imes Made Him an Advo. f irredeemable Gewern auent Greenbacks. bbby of the Parker House a wha· t in the early days of war were called "shlnplas hlag now for many years t place. These money of slips of paper a lit than an ordinary bank pominatlons of fifty cents 1ive cents are represented. of these slips states on the the Parker House will re apon presentation. They good for board and lodging presumably to be good for if any of it could be oh looking at what I always made Ben Butler a Ssaid a voice In my ear 1s 1904 when I was a otel. sad greeted the late Wood-ury. one of the e Boston bar, son of Levi who was secretary of the 's cabinet and seerm tleasury in Van Buren's. had for many years at the boteL He was most dbhlghtful of story his recollections went time when his father was aest prominent of Amer the beglanig of the of the beabs suapeuded " continued Mr. Wood aspensloa was s...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 22 December 1911

DAIRY D of Local Animals. Although the general run of dairy th oows are of no de -V. VALUE OF A PURE-BRED SIRE Pedig notree Bulssar Get Clvse foar u-hat w perGood in Dairy uality to Thura cha of er ocl Animalsry to a (Bly W. .t OLBERT.l I it eminent degree A long line of an- as cestors of dairy character on both he sides of the family tree is quite suf- s5 ficient to insure good dairy quality of Pt the offspring. Dairy character has been developed w by careful selection. It is not a ual t Ity originally inherent in any one bh to w bt hi Champion Holstein. breed, although some breeds prove he themselves more amendable to the i5 a. Shence of selection than others. c Dairy farmers are fully alive to the cc tmportance of heredity in this respect. to 'lad although they favor cattle of cr- w ta breeds, they, fight shy of cattle of at these breeds from pedigree herds s Is because they have found that in pedigree bulls in many lnstances get tf cales tar superior to dairy quality to o - -the...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 29 December 1911

CAP-A -COLD FO TWENTY .. THE TENSAS EE P Pb lishing Company, Ltd. Official Paper d the Par Teas Schl Bo ard and Fith L LAevn Dirit $1 P Aimn - W SERIESVOL. XVIII. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1911. NUMBER 52. oessional Cards Dr. L A. Murdock ST. JOSEPH, LA. Aystlbician and Surgeon . Ofi em Plank Road ON" Pbh 12-3; Residence 12-2 t, , M. D. ,., L TIlCE, M r . Lilly and Trice %. Ass t Dres. Lilly ad Adams Louisiana uildian g. up stairs G. H. CLINTON Attorney-at-Law St Jeseph, Louisiana . practic, n East CarroU, Madis.., Coasordia and the Supreme and ,. cGEORGE N. CLARK DENTIST _ JOSEPH. - - LOUISIANA .: Newafl Building, Plank Read Are You Going to Build Ia cay eat the i .a the. mot fIerable seites.. by aseiag .h.bat the lbs r qlfred for thlpupoe. To hailM smemically, build wl . FOR HIGH-GRAD, WILL-MIANUFACTUIED Rough and Dressed Lumber -inglIs, Flooring, Ceinig, Composition Roofings, Sash, Dbrs, Blinds, Fin Interior Finish, Etc. MAma a. wbe OsA a se-ly Le. La w line Pridgse ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 29 December 1911

asy JJLabor of Cuban Cigar Maker Task Lessened By EDWIN TARRISSE ORK in a Cuban cigar factory of the best clas.s is agreeably W spiced with entertainment and instruction. In s'ch a factory not only does every cigar maker have plenty of light and air, a leather covered chair to sit on and the privilege of keeping on his hat while he works, but he is entertained meanwhile with novels and newspapers, song and discussion. The factory reader sits at the rear of the workroom, en throned upon an elevated stand. He is paid from the private funds of the cigar makers, the cost to each man ranging from ten to fifteen cents a week. This covers the cost of the books, novels and newspapers, as well as a salary of $39, which is paid to the president of the reading committee to make up for the time he is sup posed to lose from his work while engaged in counting votes or making the weekly collection. The readers earn from $40 to $60 a week, reading for a period of three or four hours a day. As a rul...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 29 December 1911

DMI~ S1ue ýl rý If of r ................ ··........i ll ooooo [ ] g_ _ ___[ '5 00000~~ B~YC DtQ~1nACOonlmr ILJ~;P·da· story opens ~ : h a scream from yarche In the op'ra box of Mrs. Sa wealthv widow. It Is oc when Mri .t stoner's necklace scatrtrirg te diamonds all over e u. ('irtis iriawold and Bruxton society men In love with Mrs. Mis gather tip the gems. Griswold g- what Is suposed to be the cele Maharanes and crushes It A Hin it was not the genuine. An later pronounces all the stones for the original. Detectives and Carson investigate. They that the theft of the original gems saoeompllshed by some one in the Kiss Elinor Holcomb, confidential e of Mrs. Missioner, Is sus One of the missing diamonds is k her room. \'CHAPTER IV.--Continued. b a diamoud." weeping gesture from Sands as g to his feet flung the tele from the desk. He reached In two strides and appeared point of gripping him by the But the big detective, for all 41Lk and mental slowness, could 'ýk enough on his feet wh...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 29 December 1911

The Tensas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. ABNER E. GREEN, - - Erros. SRCRIIPTIIN 15KAtLY f0 m Advance. $1.50 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1911. For State Senator. I hereby annoinmee mIyself as a candi date for tie State Senate from the "_2th Senatorial D)istrict, covlmpowe of the Par iahes of ('oncordia and Tensms. If elect ed, I pledge mpelf to faithfull guard - and represent the best interest of the - people to the lst of my ability and un dcr-sanding. G. II. CLINTON. T4 3ly Fellow-('itiziens of Concordia and Tenasts Parishes I he.reby announce my aspirations to the honorable i Sition of representing this D)istrict in the State Senate, subject to the IDemoncratic primary. EDlWAIRD C. RHODES. For Representative. We are authorirel to announce HON. SAM'L. . W. MIaTIEN as candidate for re-election to the Lower House of the General Asse.nbly of the Statl of Louis iana, from Tensas Parish, subject to the Democratic primary. We are authorized to announce 1HON. JOHN M('RDO('H as a candidate for ...

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