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

E. R. BIOSSAT,..............EDITOR 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,....December 3, 1873. THANKS.-W- e have received from the Leonard Scott Publishing Company, New York, the October number of the Edinburgh Review. The following is the.table of con tents; The Iron Mask. Work and Wages. Lives and Letters of Beethoven. The Cuban Insurrection. The Breeding of Horses. The Three Cathedrals of St. Paul's. Travellers and Handbooks. Kew Gardens. Dr. Strauss' Confession. Affairs on the Gold Coast. We have also received from the same Company, the London Quar ;tetly Review for October, with the following table of Contents: The English Pulpit. Voltaire. School Boards and Primary Ed ucation. Holland House. English Dictionaries. The Land of Moab. ":"HBerbert Spencer. The Programme of the Radicals. I' The late Convention appoint ed a Conmilthe in ea...

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. — 3 December 1873

Badeau. SHOCKING TREATMENT OF GRANT'S HIS TORIAN. By-the-by, General Badean lives in princely style outside of London, and may be seen by everybody but Ameri cans in one of the neatest little aristo cratic turnouts, in the way of a broug ham, in or about the city. And the General's circle of acquaintances is of the most select and aristocratic of Eu laind. The way he was introduced to this is a little curious. We get the facts from Jones, who had them from the General di ect. Now it must be remembered that an Ametican consul general in London isanot regarded as.a large vegetable in a social point of view; and a consul general of the Uni ted States may live in London until he gains the ripe old age of Methuselah without being recognized or known even to the nobility and gentry of Eng land. This did not happenr to l'adeau. Whea that Persian ruffian, the Shah, carne to London, General Badeau, in common with other consuls, was invi ted to be presented to this brother of the sun and cous...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 3 December 1873

ALEXANDRIA. 1GUSON & SCHNAOK -MERRY LEVIN & FERGUSON,) atchmakers and Jewelers, BOLE AGENTS FOR io Howe Sewing Machines, lay 28, 1873-tf. IA S IOSINTHIL DEALER IN )RY GOODS AND 'AMILY GROCERIES!! Ee arctware and cOro oIl.ery 3009TH! 82ATON Jorner of Second and Murray Sts. ALEXANDRIA. EXCELSIOR STABLE! Jackson, between 2d & 3d Streets. LIVERY, SALE & STAGE STABLE! E HAVE PURCHASED AND EN larged the zlrEf.r szzIBI formerly kept by GOFFE, and more recently by N. L. McGINNIS, and are prepared to accommodate the public in the LIVERY LINE. We have our Stable well stocked with HORSES, HACKS and BUGGIES! and will hire them, and feed horses at very reasonable rates. We pledge ourselves to give entire satis faction. A. M. OSGOOD, Aug. 6-6m. Superintendent PATENT METALLIC BURIAL CASES. THE undersigned announces to the public that he is now ready to sup ply the wants of the community with the new PATENT SELF-SEALING COMBI NATION CASE AND CASKET, a very great improvement over c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 10 December 1873

A. , ACoHAL) TEB WORLD IS GOVYNED TOO MUCH. i .. UISHER VOL. 291 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1873. t 182 TERMS: TIE M)~tOCRXrT is publisbeRL Week Iy, at Forunt DoLT.NIus pinr a i l nu-. 'Two I~u·IXtL<ul ANI Fiv ry CE-i's for six nr ýurIla, PAYABLE IN AD VA N C E! No subscij iption taken fGo a Nhes 1IRI iod tanU six months. PA;,tr r;Qrit H ~sr5in-wrtegl at the rate oL Oar: , Do.r.tr per slIoai-e. for the hu,"at iii evt.iau and l1 FIrrY CENTS for eac.h ehlsegjnoen one. V' rir uii (ii less, (rnrEvIEn) Cousti 1·riie R .icn~l (. prrl,"l ,t Srr Notices, M-urri eas, Public Mecting-4, Cards d '1'lTuanks, etc., to hºe pai for a9s aikrurtiseDe nts . E-i' I'rn:uu N~Ar. CAUDS, wihen arimis siCle. c!,ir'e4l double the ssnr;l adver !tm -OF .1VERY DESCRIPTIONB LAWYERS'BRIUEFR, FU~NRF L CARDg, OIRCOULAJS, BILL HE A.DS, C . ORDS; &c, -,I..L ',l cI i eatnoss and ~ispatoh --AND Os MOST 6t A PON AB L E 'T'ERMS ! LANDRETH'S NEW CR.OP! DIRECT FROM - LANDRETH? FOIL $tAT BIIY IXOulrv S...

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

ŽTew and complete stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Opera and E. R. BIOSSAT, ..............EDITOR OFFICE-CORNER OF SECOND AND EILIOT STS. Our Agents. Thomas Mcintyre,.......New Orleans J. Curtis Waldo .. " " S. AM. Pettengill & Co.,.....New York ALEXANDRIA, LA.* Wednesday,...December 10, 1873. Ip Some folks in Alexandria are never willing to acknowledge the e hard times or even admit they are pinching us. With zeal and energy of the most commendable nature, and with an eye always open to the public welfare of our Town and its people, emoracing even the good countay people in their enlarged philanthrophy, they are determined to merit success. We are thrown in this strain of thoughts in reminding this same good people, that we have two commercial firms in Alexandria who exactly come up to the mark we are now jotting down, and we blend them together in this personal no tice. We have allusion to the firms of Dr. Henry St. John and Fergu son & Schnack. Will our readers, and par...

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

Chatlin Chains, Plated Ware, Etc., at Ferguson and Schnack's. Capt. Joseph Fry. A RTPEF SKETCH O1F ITS TIFE-ITIS NO BLE CONDUCT I) UING THE ~WAR. A correspondent of the Baltimore Gazette contrilintes t h e following brief account of Capt. Joseph Fry, the late commander of the Virginius: "From a few months' intimate acquain tance with himn during our war, I gathered from his lips a few incidents of his life. lie was born in Florida, alindl t irvl ire:ll y years in the United S-ties Navy; from the latter heo resign ed to join the Confederacy, in which Le held the rank of Lieutenant. As such lhe served o n the Mississippi, first niidce the ccmiau d and on flag lhip of Coininodore Ilollias of New Orleans. After the fall of that city lie had colm:mnd of a small gunboat which the Federal fleet diove into one of the smiialler Western rivers-the White, I think--and fiuding it imposs ible to ,.ive her, he burned his boat, landed his battery o n a bluff, and opened a fire that sunk one of hi...

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

FO11MELi Y L I' :L . ; ý-\, g--j Watchlieakelrs an ToJwelera. SOLI .; FN''S FOR The Howe ewing Machines, aJDNfS liOS llE T t DEALER IN DRY GOODS AND FAMILY GROCERIES ! XI arcdwaro Orooa .ory 5300'i0 Corner of Second and Murray Sts. ALEXANDRIA. EXCELSIOR STABLE! Jackson, between 2d & 3d Streets. LIVERY. SALE & STAGE STABLE! VT E TIAVE PURCHASED AND EN ] arged the formerly kept by GO1FFE, anld tire re ceutly by N. L. McGINNIS, and are prepareil to aIcoiiorn otllot the pnilic in the I1VERY LINH. We have our Stable well stocked with HORSES, IIACKS and BUGGIES! and will hlire Itnhe . and feed horses at veity Ite; on,lLlC rates. Wu plcd ounirlvc .ta give ontiro satis thel ion. A. M. OSGOOD, Aug. -Grm. Superintendent. PATENT METALLIC BURIAL CASES. TIE nndersi'rncd anfounces to the Spublic tlh:t he is now ready to slpt ply the wantsi ,f ti Icoml iuniiiity with the new IPATENT , -H A, ING 'ICOMI0 - gs'cat imII provcn;f'ntnovr :,r)mpa.ititºýio one NATION T'eI; Sii ) (::,,): E I : e...

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

New and complete stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Opera and. A. B. RACH AL) THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH. (PUBLISHER VOL. 29.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1873. INO. 19. 'ILW( V ~ i fit ..i v l i:s Ise feer KI t~;tiitIi, P Al '1 `, IN AD '" I \ ,t L-Oiti('1 Kt.ll t akes'i -i I i i4 lltlkM 't e.,o tit ~~lCON K, 1 EVELRY DESCRIPTION -OWYP' 1ThrhF FUNERAL Ca.RDS, B ,T1 READ, CAR. DS, &c, 1.-*--- M O 'h1 ,;; A '1 C }, TERMS~I LANDp2Iy, T rý OJfOP1 DIRECT FiCG1I LA NDR ETf I.Z11 7'';~tttrfil BOOKS. TO COANVASSERS C ANVASSERS AND ACTIVE RESPON bilble personls who wish the L,est pay. ig ;genc in Almelrica, should senlld at on)ce foir cirCulalrs giving terms of any or the following hiooks. Did tiou ever see so niany big seolingh books advertised by one hn ? Evcrly 1 lily conl:cldes thaiit ollr pill. licatileos beat the worlk. Better sulijects by the i!iost pIptulhar :lthors, gotten up in better style, and soihl for less money, .i inig better terms thani any body can - W...

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

New and com~estc estok ofwns, loks, Jeelry, Opera and E. I;. B(OS . T - ._EDIT .OFFIOI-.-CoIltN:TI OF S COND AND 1'EldTOT S'f'S. Our Agents. Thiomas McTIInSyr e ....NeW Oirlens 1. C' its W`'aldo,......-----" s. M. Peticngli & Co...-..."New Yo' ALLXANJL)hA, LA. I'FdnesdT.D...Decmcber 17, 1S73 3LA\cF~-woo.-- tW e have before us W Llackwood's Magazine for Novem- ' her, for which we are truly thankul l : to the Leonard ':cott Publishing Co, i. New York. A glance at the follow- ' inu table of contents is convincing " proof of its being an exceedingly in-.' teresinug number: The P.:: ,i-o-ooljk X. 'J'tw ( :ie".. ']he Missing illTs: An Unsolvcd r MIv-e. v. Nevw 'oolk :-Cf';hlib en in 1;hllnn and 't,,i-h D -;'.,t--T':th e Illi-o0 oL thei: ]:R n:li -.. 1 e- Hawmci' 3)t0 ic a o,1 310 r1a1--.\hc-,is--Skicrhe: and .ti - J Ia(llslu.,Sa "in l" ]ORevi;c Vw. ,D) 3Mi.u-. By II. IK. 'oenI by 1W' W. tV. S.--1n'i)'' i S ) 'it -g. L o\ --(ivent in k in ,'- , i er! , " T'I!e Lilbeal Party anad Nati...

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

Ohatlin Chaain:, F'atled :Etýc,, at Ferguson and Schnack's. ADDRESS OF GCOV;' ,ICE\ERY. STATE OF LocI.ANA, Exrt i'vI.S e OFFICE, New Orleans, December tltu IST:;. io the Membters of tht. Genraol Assnm bly of the ~htfle of Lofiisiatn: ' It is now Imad.rtmanIifest that the (Ionress of the United 'States ii til rti v:tiinl jurisdiction of tBhe. ·!4i i.,ad case. and dlettelnilne, dinring ilitsp l ri. peSion), till qnesti on iof legittinitc y lie t\oce the iv.o lival C(uvetirnments i;i this statle. tOwiigto o fllo'iiterreotlon of0 lhe Tederal power ,the Glivci bu'ieliifchlli'i ilg to he the lehg.l and luhililmlle C( ernmenntnt of Lo4i0i0,n;1, and of whici !I la've the Ihotrlnt'i be tlt1rteiid. hastib.edL p],rve'11111 frtom assmoIihtg an d er'i e in'1i 1110 pri tCti ail ii ltioiCC stis of t--v. ernment; neverthehleswe ihve klept IIp tII( form of .o\vel Inmentc , n"ll its !vloff. omicllinelr i. re1'.ilV to be put in niontion tlo rnlollellnt it l .'e('19l's 1the IP. i on'rllith oi the ...

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

Chatlin Chains, Plated Ware, Etc., at Ferguson and Snlmack' FERGUSON & SClFNACK 'FO01EIHlY LEVIN & 'ERCGUSON,) Wachýnmaers and Jewelers. SOLE .ºENTS FOR. The .Howe Sewing Machines, May "2-. I "7:;-t r. JOHNAS IOSRTHm, DEALER IN DRY GOODS AND FAMILY GROCERIES!! HI arc.ware and C1 rc cl.ery o00oTS! Corner of Second and Murray Sts, ALEXANDRIA. EXCELSIOR STABLE! Jackson, between 24 & 3d Streets. LIVERY. SALE & STAGE STABLE! W 'WE HFAVE PURCHASED AND EN larged the LI Z .E1:r 87AL2 E formerly kept by GOFFE, and more recently by N. L. McGINNIS, and are prepared to accommnodate the public in the LIVERY LINE. We have our Stable well stocked with Ilo&ZL S, IICKS and BUGGIES! and will hire them, and feed horses at very reasonable rates. We pledge ourselves to give entire satis faction. A. M. OSGO(OD, Aug. G-6m. Superintendent. PATENT METALLIC BURIAL CASES. T ITE uIdemrsigned announces to the - public that he is now ready to sup ply the waeint of tlhe coiniuonity with the no...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 24 December 1873

New and complete stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Opera and A. B. RACHAL) THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH. (PUBLISHER VOL. 29.E ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMdER 24, 1873. INO. 20. Elye jUmocrgt. TERMS: THE DEVIOCRAT is published Week ly, at Fouc DOLLARS per annum Two DI)OLLARn AND FIFTY CENTS for six months, PAY ABLE IN AD VANC E! No subscription taken for a less period than six months. ADVEIrTISE MENTS inserted at the rate of ONi I)DOLLAn per square for the first insertion and FIFTY CENTS for each subsequent one. EIGHT lines or less, (BREVIER) Consti tute a square. OBITrr.Yru Notice, Manrriages, Public MIeetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. r- I'EaiSONAL CAXRDS, when admis sible, charged double the usual adver tising rates. JOB PRINTING. -OF EVERY DESCRIPTION -SUCH AS LAWYERS' BRIEFS, FUNERAL 0C ARDS, CIROULARS, BILL READ,, CARDS, &c. --EXECUTED WIT- atness and -ispatch -AND ON MOST IREASONABLE TEtRMS LANDRETH'S NE W CROP! DIRECT FROM LANDRETH ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 24 December 1873

New and complete stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Opera and { lisuirn ~rmru rat. E. R. BIOSSAT,.............. EDITOR OFFICE-CORNER OF S:E:COND AND ELIOT STS. Our Agents. Thomas Mctyre,-----.......-New Orleans J. Curtis Waldo,...-....-- .. " " S. M. Pettengrill & Co.,.....New York ALEXANDRIA, LA." WVednesday,...December 21, 1873. CHRIST3AS.-.W hII t hallowed, s.!cred and pleasing memories clus tr. around us, dear reader s, at the I)b, e mention ot Christmas! .Again, 01(1 old Father Time rolls at ound, it is here, it is come, and if not with the lormer of this world's great n!t bountiful gilfts, at last with tie same true and distinct 'eelitng of love, Iftiendship and truth. The da:y is too sacred, nay sancti lied, io give way t o repining o f past ;_ood things, hence with a lhearty :oold will and ftrom the hea t, the I1temocrat ounce more, with the re t lru of the day, wishes you one anld alil, big and little, iich and 1oor, friend and 'oe, a hearty, good, nmerr y Ch ristmas! ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 24 December 1873

Chatlin Chains, Plated Ware, Etc., at Ferguson and Schnack's .............. . .. .n Die. Father Gergaud. The following eloqunent and tonch ing tribute to one of the Shreveport martyrs (translated from the Propxa gatcr C'atholilque), was delivered by the Right Rev. Anug. Marie, Bishop of Natchitoclhes: Ilev. Louis Gergaud, of the diocese of Nantes, ordained priest for that of Naschitoches in 1854, founder of the Mission of Monroe, and for years its devoted Pastor, Foreign Vicar of the Bishop for all the dist rict between the Mississipli and Red River valley, was the true Hlo.to Di;r. Possessed of great energy of charac ter, of a superior and cultivated nmind of patient and ardent zeal, of a tender and generons heart, yet guarded by a Ipnldent rese ve of manners, Father Gergaud was a flambean, spreadingu alonudl himun hot0h light and heat. Located where a priest had never resitdle, nlhere I had to offer him an ntiisshed shanty for a Chapel, with a Jew i niid clrislitans, and where I d...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 24 December 1873

Chatlin Chains, Plated Ware, Etc,, at Ferguson and Schnnack' ALEXANDRIA. FERGUSON & S0HNAOK FORMERRY LEVIN & FERGUSON,) Watchmakers and Jewelers. SOLE AGENTS FOR The Howe Sewing Machines, May l8, 1873-tf. J1 I IOSRIITII, DEALER IN DRY GOODS AND FAMILY GROCERIES!! EtX ardware and C ro o l.ery 200ý0 SATSE, Corner of Second and Murray Sts. ALEXANDRIA, EXCELSIOR STABLE! Jackson, between 2d & 3d Streets. LIVERY. SALE & STAGE STABLE! WTE HAVE PURCHASED AND EN V largeod the zIrE T r S7At1?LE\ formerly kept by GOFFE, and more recently by N. L. McGINNIS, and are prepared to accommodate the public in the LIVERY LINE. We have our Stable well stocked with HORSES, HACKS and BUGGIESI and will hire them, and feed horses at very reasonable rates. We pledge ourselves to give entire satis faction. A. M. OSGOOD, Aug. 6-6m. Superintendent. PATENT METALLIC BURIAL CASES. T IE undersigned announces to the public that he is now ready to sup ply the wants of the community with the new PATEN...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 31 December 1873

New and complete stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Opera and . B. RACHAL) THE WVORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH. (PUBLISHER VOL, 29.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31. 1873. Nl. 21 ehciinx.crcct. TEftMS: TIHE DTO)CU.AC 1 is pnubli.shed Week Iv. at IFuiM: )orjLA1t per annum- Tw'I'i,[c!o Au~.ND; s Ft 'rc CICNxTS for' pi mnln'm II,, PAYABLE IN AD V A N ( E! No sahscrt';ptaioi taken for aL Ies periodl than si x montltihs. A.MirltRTI1'ý1TEN itiserteil at the rate of I l I)' ILLARI per sq~uare for thle lhsfa iILnetitn and10 FIFTY CENT'S for e:ich ilistqie ii nt one. E(;ir'1 lint's or less, (nREYIEU) consti t,it,' l s41I are. QaT u Notic~es, Marriages, Pnhlic 3teerti ng Cails, of T1hank;, etc., to t~ p int tour a; a'Ivet'tisenien ts. l'.;[ ,~U CAILu, ,Thlen ai1lmis 5i+,h*. h itrt'.l itulo~& the usual.1 ad VUI' tisýi ;It es , JUUOB YKI L\Ii. 0"' IL %Tr: -OF EVERY DESCRIPTION -SUCII AS LAWYERS' BRIEFS, FUNERAL C ARDS, CIPCULARS, BILL HEADS, CARDS, &c. -EXICUTEID WITH Leatness an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 31 December 1873

New and complete stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Opera and jouuisiia n rnwat. E. R. BJOSSAT,.............. EDITOR OFFICE-CORNER OF SECONI) AND ELLIOT STS. Our Agents. Thomas McTntyre, ....... New Orleans J. Curtis Waldo,......... " '' S. M. Pettengill & Co.,.....New Yorlk ALEXAND)RIA. LA. Wednesday,...December 31, 1873. NOTICE! lAuLL STONEWALL Ii. AND L. Co. No. 1, 1)ecember 510, l^3. T IIE MEMBERS OF STONEWALL }hlok and lhadder Cllany No. 1. are ordered to meet at their ilf l, oil FilIIl)AY EVENIN(, JANUSARY '2, 1874, at 7 o'clcek. A full Iatten dance is reqIclest erel, as hicnccs ess of inc rtllance will be transacted. T. C1:A \VLY, A. B. R.cir.., P'resident. Secretary. ~ Some time last Fall Dr. l'ow hatan Clarke, late of this parish, was elected l'rofesýor of Physics in the :Bal timore ('ity College, an i:stitution of high grade in that city. Dr. Clarke is an ailumnus of the University of Vir gicnia, the University of New York and one of the Scientitie Schiools in Paris. F...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 31 December 1873

hlatlin Chains, Plated Ware, Etc., at Frguson an Schnak's Serious Remarks tol tha PSmnn. I Serious Remarks to the Serious Family. A goat is a good milker, but succeeds better as a butter. Cruelty to animals-Throwing phys ic to the dogs. A four-year-old little boy recently complained that his teeth "trod on his tongue." Why is blindman's buff like sympa. thy? Because it is a fellow feeling for a tellow creature. To keep warm on a cold day the wo men double the Cape, while the men double the flori. A bore is a uman who persists in talk ing to you about Ili:lself when you wish to talk about yourself. When a Kansas man gets the con tents of a double-barrel shot gun, they call it a hypodermic injection. A progressive barber ad ertises him self us a "Professor of cranicnltranl ab scission and craniological tri.psis." We ornce knew a boy who said that lie liked "a good rainy day-too rainy to go to school, and just rainy enough to go fishing." When you see a bare-headed man following a cow...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 31 December 1873

Chatlin Chains, Plated Ware, Etc., at Ferguson and Schnack ALEXXNDRIA. FERGUSON & SCHNACK FORMERRY LEVIN & FERGUSON,) Watchmakers and Jewelers, SOLE AGENTS FOR The Howe Sewing Machines, May I8, I2 3-tf. JONAS IOSEIITIL DEALER IN DRY GOODS AND FAMILY GROCERIES!! IE ardwware and Croo I. ery SCOTOS Corner of Second and Murray Sts, ALEXANDRIA. EXOELSIOIR STABLE! Jackson, between 2d & 3d Streets. LIVERY, SALE & STAGE STABLE! W E HAVE PURCHASED AND EN larged the LJYER SZE AL f formerly kept by GOFFE, and more recently by N. IL. McGINNIS, andtl are prepared to accommodate the public in the LIVERY LINE. We have our Stable well stocked with HORSES, IlACKS and BUGGIES! and will hire them, and feed horses at very reasonable rates. We pledge ourselves to give entire satis faction. A. M. OSGOOD, Aug. 6-6i1. Superintendent. PATENT METALLIC BURIAL CASES, THIE undersigned announces to the public that he is now ready to sup ply the wants of the community with the new PATENT SELF-SEAL...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 7 January 1874

A B. RACHAL) THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH. (PUBLISHER VOL. 29.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1874. INO. 22. . . . . . m m mmu mm mmI TERMS: TlE DEMOCRAT is published Week ly, at FOUR DOLLARlS per annum ý, Two DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS fo' six months, PAYABLE IN AD VVA NC E! No subscription take, for a less period than six months ADERTISE.fENTS inserted at the rat( of ONE DOLLAR per square for th first insertion anil FIFTY CENTS fol each subsequent one. EIGHT lines or less, (BREVIER) consti. tute a square. OBITUARY Notices, Marriages, Ptblic Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., tc be paid for as advertisements. W PERSONAL CAUDS, ihen adiis sible, charged double the usual adver tising raltes. JOB PRINTIN. -OF EVERY DESORIP TION -SUCHI AS LAWYERS' BRIEFS, FUNERAL ARDS, CIRCULARS, BILL HEADS, OCARDS, &c. -EXECUTED WITH eatness and Pispatch1 -AND ON 1.a~iad * M0oT REASONABLE TERM,; 1 LANDRETR'S'NEW cR0oP1 Z'VRNIP 0 E E D ! DIRECT FROM LANDRETH I FOR SALE BY e r-v" st5. Joh=n...

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