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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 24 September 1873

E. R. BIOSSAT,.............. EDITOR E. A. BIOSSAT,........... PUBLISHER OFFICE-CORNER OF SECOND AND EIT,IOT STrS. Our Agents. Thomas McIntyre,.......New Orleans J. Curtis Waldo,......... " " S. M. Pettengill & Co.,....New York ALEXANDRIA. LA." Wednesday,....September 24, 1873 -I All soIls of wild and extra.Y agant rumors are in circulation, in the country, about the Yellow Fe ver in our Town, and its ravages. We are pleased to contradict all these and state that no sign of that dread diseasae existin o u r midst. The best evidence of the Ilnth of oni assertion, is that there has not been a single death, in Alexandria and Pineville in the past twelve days. This speaks volumes in our favor, considering the population of the two places reaches over three thousand. [ The oldest head on record has been blasted out of solid rock near the Osage Mission, Kan. It is the cranium of a human being, and was "imbedded in conglomerate rock of the tertiary class, and found several feet beneath ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 24 September 1873

Tile Dark Side of hluman Nature4 AN' ISC'I~I,:SlT 0 1' I iii CIIOEIIAC EI'I At I ho (hue of thie tilnt diedeva p;iI· ii Icill Ariiit H~itl1, Ilciirv eonlili y. di Ie lei'r Itoi jehlicer ancti lied ivith tle rcos.- A~l'er 4 hicoit 1 hiine, lioweveil· I boyv ie- It hilnct .ii :It (313k 1~ciieshr~idiclt tiF thou Cl 4~ehliii,: tlihie ii; sjii;:~el diievlly 1 :c'.IIciicLI I"iu. c Vi ii'ii)tii e vlle of·iI thee Kojiti~ lky I l OlYll 13231S?~:I. 1 eIti iS :i1 Ci cel i, I ciii ii:. ~1isldcloii4 (iii, I a cl n.~ l adyrt r1 iii \oiiIe 17el ol e se yaiR, )I leee ehicilela al~· I:liii~rl'. i. ndde lniii 1(1 tieiii l4.·~t ~lv·~1:eIol'o Ii eid hio!r iie i( ei-It,lec Mr. Shelt n,l huh aliciwI dl it cli) Iio itl ie ll~c~·cips le, a takl4lP e 5.1 11 (IY10 ( 1k13'~ iteiti~ died iii hii tler 1411 ~·~is.c Ni r. eidi ii otis~ s o, aile 340114:; (113:314 l 81)310I ;l' eli 't telis, ~iiil~ ii L~ea;ci~rl le Ii iiht(lii v\iy hesi 11013. ~ol \,,silta I~L C.sll;ci Ii le elr~ue ol clctli icial fL I jIg ,l* Ici...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 24 September 1873

PN'EW YORK WORLD. '.r E `yam .RLLD! EXCI FOR 1873. Jackson A NEW POLITICAL ERA IS OPEN-I iug before the country. The negro cycle of our politics has roundedl to ? i E\ [ couclusiou throlugh civil war, social vin lenct, iindtlustri,Il disorder. and has ended ii gvingi freedom to olur umiilioins of t'he negro race, and te llot t its adlo t; tnales. The politics of this new era will i ` i come home to every manis l ine l --aud bosonl as never before. being vital to p11 T) vate prosperity aunl the tmaltaitiauce of a Democratic [tepublic. formerly For notl only are the manifold encroach- and Illr meits of Federal upoU State powers au1 ;lid are of both upon the large liberty of Almeri public i C1i11 freeLimn now as alwaysv t be replied our Stab with cease:less vigilaceo : not only iS honme ltlo or local self'-goverumennt now aal-! HORSE ways to be maintained for the best glar alitee or civil liberty and of nation and wil greatneUCS. but besides, the victriet oi f w1 ecn which are to give...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 1 October 1873

A. B, RACHAL) THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH. (PUBLISHER VOL. 29.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1873. 1NO. 8. THE DEMUOCRAT. TERMS: THE DEMOCRAT is published Week Iv, at Foca DOLLARS per annum- I T'wo DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS for Pix months, PAYABLE IN AD VANCE! No subscription taken for a less period than six monlths. ADVERTISEMIENTS ijserted at the rate of ONE DOLLAR per square for the tirst insertion and FIFTY CENTS for each subsequent one. ErI;IT lines or less, (BREVIER) cousti tute a square. OIITU;ARa Notices, M rriages, Public Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. tr PERSONAL CARDS, when admis sible, charged double the usual adver tising rates. a a I I 5 I:5 " F 71 I I NISUELLANtU JUUS. I _______-- --' FERGUSON & SCHNACK, X (FORItlE RY LEVIN &yFERGUSON,) ' ii (1 S Watchmakers and Jewelers, SOLE AGiENTS FOR The Howe Sewing Machines, May 25, l273-tf. SEN'D TO HENRY ST. JOHN FOE -1 JII . SAMUELS. G. W. SI'ONER SHREV POR - LA. I TEES...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 1 October 1873

E. B. BIOSSAT, .--------... .. TOR OFFICE-CORNER OF SECOND AND ELLIOT STS., Our Agents. Thomas McIntyre,- Ne....New Orleans J. Curtis Waldo,......... S. M. Pettengill & Co.,.....New York ALEXANDRIA. LA. Wednesday,.... October 1, 1873 .. Another o f Alexandria's Cooe's best and oldest citizens has been was abc gathered to his Fathers. Giles C.a naro * Wood died, at his resdience, in this eaec Town, on last Monday, after a long lescm a painful and lingering illness o f lersiste many months' duration. Mr. Wood But I was a native of Maryland, came to crash i Alexandria in 1833 and has been a olation resident of our Town ever since.- the nal He was about 63 years old was al ti a ways well liked, respected and hon- cd the ored as a good and upright man! came i He leaves to mourn his memory a almosl large family, who will always re- cy, Ih member the gooe husband and fa- ing m ther with reverence and esteem. peu m u, The health of our Town, ex- th a t cepting the Dengue which still rag...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 1 October 1873

STRANGE DISORDER OF TWO KANSAS A GIRLS -TILE SPELL BROKEN BY A WORD. A nnmler of years ago, during Fa tiher Angustine's jurisdiction at St. Ben- Yc edict's College, lie accorded Mr. Sny- Ti der the life-long right to act as Sexton ithl ofthe Catholic Cemetery. After Fa- lai tiler Augunstine removed, about three hr years ago, two of the children, respect- or ively fire and seven years of age, were Li attacked with some mystetions disor-!Bi der, which dill not seem fatal in its ed tendency Tihe parents were poor, of and did not. go to the expense of em- to ploying the services of a physician un- he til sonme time after these symptoms ap- in peared, and the matter run on for sev eral mouths. The father said that in'- E, nediately after some little excitement, s, without sign or warning, the two girles h would conmence acting in a very tir strange and peculiar manner; although di their actions were entirely different, ti one of them evincing a tendency tolth bite the legs of chairs and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 1 October 1873

NEW YORK WORLD. THIE WOt.LD ! 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 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 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 agaiust ev ery advantage which even enemies of free institutions could de...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 8 October 1873

A. B, RACHALI THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH. (PUBLISHER VOL. 29.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1873. INO. 9. THE DEMOCRAT. TILE DE\IOCRt V' is published WVeek '1'wo D) El.lAe AND Fit-.i Y CINTS for' Sll IIIIlits, PAYVAI ILE I\' AD-;I VA N ' E NEl s5Iilsci!)tloln taken111 for a less perijold th;I Six moEnthIs. AnyvPrIME Ir ENTh inserted at the rate;; of ONE I)&EI.A R per sEI uare for tl'i lfirst in'.emliU milland FieiF CENTS for I EIIIT liecs oir lss, Ef;LtEE.ICi coustIti tilte it v4111:41-e. I Onirm' %icr Notices, Marr'iages, Public tlwtlimg , C';1tElS Els 'Iof hankis, etc., toti lbe pItiEl tier ais al eil isCEEEOII ts. ;_r' l'ir:es ,' .l m. ItiAu, ý lien a dniis sihhe, clhar. eml mioublo tlhm usual adver- i tiig r-ittes. MISCELLANEU1S. FERGUSON & S0HNACK, (FPOI:'EiltY LEVIN & F'ERGUSUN,) , a W. y -L. -t t'.N aý THIS COIP.NY' IHAVE SECURED THE A. A No. 1. LOW WATER S1' ACK ET ERANo. 10: .1 & :2 J. C. MITn'EIEL ..................Master TOM.. CEMENTS .........

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 8 October 1873

ER. R, BST, ... .....EDITOR OfTI CE--COIRNER OF SEC~(OND]) ANT) ETI,TOT ;'I'S. I Our Agents. Thomas McTntyre,....... ew Orleans J. Curtis Waldo,........ " " S. M. Pettengill & Co.,..... ew York ALEXANDRIA. LA.* Wednesday, ....... October 8, 1873 The Fair. One week from'to-day the grand i exhibition of the lapides Agricul- a tural Association will come off ac- ¬ cording to previous announcement. Preparations have been making for e some time past, and by Wednesday the arrangements will be ample and complete for a grand enter tain ment. i All fear of Yellow Fever having tl subsided there will doubtless be a s' large assembly present every dayi of the exhibition. The public will " be entertained with an agricultural it address form our friend Maj. Seip, 1' who is perlectly competent to do fl iustice to so interesting a snblject. g There will be a full exhibition of e all the classes of articles set forth 0 in the progranmme; the usual con- a tests for tlhe prize of honor; the tour...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 8 October 1873

Resolutios by the Commllittee f 70, it t CAIlING A MARS CONVENTION AT TIHE acti CITY (yF NEW ORLEANS, AND AN Al) is t pF:s. 1t Y TIIE COMMITTEE TO THIE anti I'o1,El'.l OF T II E STATE, ADOPTED se:I'r.;.ItEIt 24, 173. wil Resolved, That a mass convention of ty. the peopIle of the State of Louisiana be and is hI reby called to assemble at the Jos City of New Orleans, at 12 M., on tile 24th day of November next, being the fourth Monday of said month, and the people of all the Parishes, irrespective I of party, who are opposed to the Kel- thii logg usurpation, are earnestly invited sho and requested to join and participate in yet the election of delegates in said con- litu vention. cial Ilesolved, That the purposes and ob- pre jects of said convention are to take in- tha to conlsiileCltiol the political situation gall in LolliSiana, to institute the necessary prir melsu'res looking to an amelioration of whi the condition of the people, to set forth ed our grievances to the Congress of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 8 October 1873

NEW YURK WORLD. THJIE W()RLD ! I 1011 1873. lJ A NE W POLITICAL ERA IS OPEN ing before the country. The negro cycle of our politics has rounded to ils l conclusion through civil war, social vio lencl,, industrial disorder, alnd has ueded in giving freedon to four millions of the negro race, and the ballot to its adilt males. The polities of this new era will , conie oll( til evectry man's business anllld bosom ais neaver befotre. being; vital to pri v;,tt prosperity and the multutainance of i a Democratic lHepublic. For not only are the manlfold encroach melnts of Fedelral t0uou State powers ;andtl of both upon tihe large liberty of Ameri can freeclnt, now a:s always to be repelied with ceaseless vlglanllce ; not only is llIme Itle or local sici-g vc l'lllerintu t now as al ways to bie 1toitainied for the best giar aItltee or civil liberty anilt of national greatnltss. tbut besidtes, thel victorie, of a ipeace which are to give splendor to tihev new political era ilmust be won again...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 15 October 1873

A, B, RACHAL) THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH, (PUBLISHER VOL. 29.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1873. 1NO. 10. hilt uIYnIU nlit1 . TERMIS: THE PEUIOCPR ' is published Week i,, It Iocii DoOLLaIS per anfitn Two I) ,Lr.AHS3 A M) FIFTY CENTS for 0ic n'iiihts, PAYABLE IN AD V A N tI ! No sulscrilption taken for a Ii~s perio~d thian sIxmouths. Aur t ýrt'tI t ' rs inserted at the rate '4f t)ŽE I)ot.LAK per square f~,r the tireJt ijeI "ti':n ain FIFTY CtL''Ts kur each w It'wj'lltent one. Eat ýr Ii 'eM '0 less, (tttIEvlt~tn) consti Qif ri N I[ ` (('4l s, Mi~trri;t7es, Ptbhlic 11r, ill, ( C',it ds of 'rhaniks, eIc., to (,, p,.ti , it'u :;' advert ismetnits. I~jl'l:·~u.r. C.tttt~s. when admis-i~ siiuie, chtr~el oiuble titi usjt;a adlver jti~ittý r tiite! FERPJSON & SCHNACK, ;g (FO1..~l1.tY LEVIN & FERGUSON,) , il UII Sti; Watthmnakers and Jewelers, SOLE A lESNTS FOR The Howe Sewig Machines. UNIVER I'ITY OF VIRG NIA! SCHOOLS OF sc~ENCE ANI) PRAC U tical Laboratories. AfFoid s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 15 October 1873

Pouimoiuza Pcuwcrat. R. BIOSSAT ......... EDITOR , OFFICE-CORNER OF FCOND AND ETl~liOT STS. I Our Agents. iinmas Mcintyre...... New Orleuins I * Cnrtid Wr'ati4,.i M '.. Peitevi il & Co.,.....Xein' Yfktk ALEAXAIM)IA. LA:" Fednecdby.......October 15. 1873 SAn ingenious iand houme-,ade lock, expressly manufactured for md presented to the Fa r, will be in ise and on exhibition at the Fair Grounds. This well and perfectly made clock is from the ban a of our young friend, Carl A. Schuack, of the well known firm of Ferguson & Schuack, of our Town. It is so con s!ranted and regulated that it fitll all the uses of the stop watch, so long in use upon race tracks, and marks with precision the minutes, seconds and quarter seconds as per-I fectly as the old timers, and has this advantage over the watch, timers, that every one present can see the time as it is marked and keep pace with the races. Take it tout ensem ble, it is a remal kable aLd skiltful piece of mechanism, and well de serv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 15 October 1873

'The Modocs. gI gIECI'TION AT JACKSONVIL.LE, OUEGON. A Jcksonville Oregon, dispatch, of "+tterdl,4Y' datre give the illowing, dsrcritlti.an of the execution of the M,ºIlofi ,ston Charlie and Black Jimt were led ,il tile s 'iutl',hi first and SPcehaclliln elst. They trod on it with apIlmlenti indifrence, ralvilln. evidently relh.vsd tdie Ai h avely asll hey litI lived.- Cilept.il Jack went ;easily illp Ith. slir. Wiy, ,i,,t looketd wretchled od Intlieiril. blei. 'Their usanace!s had heent st ick. en off, bllt their arlls were tsecelyl pili,,i,,etl wih cords at precisely 1a:45 ,,'cl'ek A .t. 'The interpreters, ('alp tain C. ApI'legatfe anld David 11111, ex id,tilned ti, thle prislloie tiht ltiie Lof the ard't.s r, be re.ld to thtieml by tihe Ajlltr,llnt. and ilt 10 o'clock Aeljutlalll K .t,"ncsnry ia til the order prmitilga til ethe sccc.tlenlee of itlie Cotl eiitsl enil alrl ithe lcb esidr'f t'sirler therl'eeln, with lte ordeel4ls tIt' thle c tailv "f WlVatr cndllt Derll"p Clllit...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 15 October 1873

NEW YicKI WURLD. 'IHE WV()I< LD FOR 1873. SNE W POLITICAL ERA IS OPEN ing before the country. The negro :ycle of our politics has rounded to its onuclusion through civil war, social vio ence, industrial disorder, and has ended a giving freedom to four millions of the legro race, and the ballot to its adalt hales. The politics of this new era will -ome home to every muan's business and bosom as never before. being vital to pri vate prosperity and the maintainance of a Democratic Wrepublic. 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 selt-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-! cry advautage which even enemies of free institutions c...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 22 October 1873

. 3. BACHAL) THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH. (PUBLISHER VOL. 29.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1873. INO. 11. THE DE MOCRAT. ýT TERiIS: T gE DE\TOCR 'l' is published WVeek It, at Fucr DOlr.LAxteS per anllul- 1 Two DoL.Lai. .,ND) Fit rr CELTS for p inh~ JI'I) A1 IJY A B J4 INV A I) b: p 1 P C ' ! N o s ubIscri pti obn take n tL fr a less preiod titan six months. tl ADgVL T13E:t5lNT inserted at the rate a or Ose I)olitL per square for the ph frst illisrttiIu .tnul FITY CENTS for P1 each ,,,,bsteqluetnt one. e $t1T lines or less, (uuaEVIls) consti- 111 tale a square. Ih; OBIUAtt Notieaa, Mt:lrriatres, Public w MactiflS, Cards of l'h:Inks, etc., to rr bl p;IiEl for as adlvortisomtints. g' (r ps,ltiav %r C.+Rns, lIen ll adnis- n jble, chlltreel tduble the usual adver- rE isifi? rateQ. MISCELLN NEUUS. sp FERGUSON & SCHNAOK , (OIIOERIRY LEVIN & FERGUSON,) tail ilti list ol] oift oth atatmfs r3s[ ani Jeweldrs. ,. SOLE r % .FlTS FORt for The Howe Sewing Machinese. - May tj...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 22 October 1873

E, R. BIOSSAT, ..............EDITOR OFFICE-CORNER OF SECOND AND E IIOT STS. t Our Agents. Thomas McTntyre,.......New Orleans J. Curtis Waldo,......... " " 8. M. Pettengill & Co.,.....New York ALEXANDRIA. LA. Wednesday,...... October 22, 1873 0' Our young gentlemen and a few old live ones, sparre:l up by the grand success of the Fair, have in augurated the formation of a Jockey Club, and have, we are glad to an nounce, made a bold and fine start in the commendable undertaking. We make bold to announce for them complete success, and that we shall have Races here the first or second week in April. Surely we are wak ing up in Rapides and throwing oil our grave yard habiliments. ta.. Now that the Democracy of Ohio have won such a victory on a straight, unadulterated Democratic platforw, the claims of that great State for the Presidential nomina tion in 1876 are considerably ad vanced. Happily, too, she has the material out of which to make a President. Either Allen, or Thur man. or P...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 22 October 1873

Premiums A pWADED BY TIIE RAPIDFS AGRICULTURAL 01 FAIR ASSOCIATION. DEPARTMENT A. The premium for the best bale of low la1id cotton was awarded to A. W. Mc Lauritte. C preminm best barrel corn meal to Jos. l. Hlvusot. of prenilunl best two bushels potatoes to Jos. H. Il'tlon. to Blhe Ribbont best cabbage to A. Van Lry. premium best pumpkin to Carl A. I ;shnack. II prelnium best sugar cane to Jos. H. inue Ribbon best sample of corn to ol -. M. Wells. Blue Ribbo'l best display of segars to Mrs. Hlersmon. id DEPA P.TMENT B. The Diploma for th e best Sewiug W -.-clhinei w'is awarded to Measrs. Fer uson& Schnack. Diplohua best home made fine shoes he to E. itardtiner. Diploma; best water-proof bhoes to F. Scheln. S: Diplounl be-t hogslie.ul and molasses barrtl to B,". Mar'sh, Experiment plai ration, RSed river. , Diplomna best lllrness, Saddlery, eie., G. pulford, Oplelolusas. C Diploma best cooking and healing J stoves to 1. C. Miller & Co. D E PARiTMENT C. Si The Diplomat libr ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 22 October 1873

JNEW Y0RK WORLD. FOR 173. AN E W POLITICAL ERA I8 OPEN ing before the country. The negro cycle of our politics has rounded to its I conclusion through civil war, social vio lence, industrial disorder, and has eldied iu giving freedom to four millions of the liegro race, and the iallot to its adult males. The politics of this new era will come hosne to every man's business and bosom as never before. being vital to pri-+ vate prosperity and tih nimalitainance of a Democratic iRepublic. For not only are the manifold encroach- a ments of Federal upon State powers andl of both upon the large liberty of Anueri- I c.an freemen now as always to be repeiiedl with ceaseh-ss vigilauce; nut only is oinme tule or local self-governmulent now as al ways to be mlaintained for the best guar antee of civil liberty and of llational greatness, ibut besides, the victories: of a peace which are to give splendor to to he V new political era must be won against ev ery advantage which even enemiets of 'fre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 29 October 1873

ý. B RACHAL) THE W f LD IS G3VERNED TOO MUCH, ePUBLISHER VO L. 29. ALEXADRIA, L ED SDY OC E -----2 S2L-EXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1873. 3N0. 12. . . . . .. . . . . ... . . . . . . . . -- . . . -- i nn II~ mu e-_ iDemcrnat. TEitIS: 1'll? DE'IO', vr is publlishedl Week I ,, a',tr :0 l),II,AINs i,'r 'lll ,llltt 'I'vo I) '~tLI. U ~Ive Pivr ~~rr Us fis .i, w',ath., P.\ YA II L IN AD V.\A N '! 'N , ..crriptin taikel lor it v.- l..ri,*l flhant MX. months. AI)Y'.:*iTI- 1E:I'r; iII.Prted :it t|lt, l'llte ,of l)ON l),l.L.itc per .glir,. lfor lhe ih't illierfi ,il strl FIFT,'r ('ENT4 for. Erant line 1,or less, (HlIIETI) COflati 1It1 at * 1:144 P. ) llrl.\ul" '' ti'er', 'Inrriae., Pblhlic .l[,.,.rne, (...lnt .f Thalnlks, etc., to b I,, i,1 fr ;i :41' ( r:Itli.4& llIes.Ut i4. i P.:Lbni. , i. C : i t)M , W hltl al4t'i.l RIdis.. ,'] i e.;I diii ll, g the IsIal at itier tiio il otes' l!A3R VEST. DIY MlUgAIItlL E. 9SANSTER. 8pIriII! I a t IIf tc lie orniing gladness, 'IIi'...

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