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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 7 January 1874

E. R. BIOSSAT, .............. EDITOR OFFICE-CORNER OF SECOND AND ELTLIOT STS. Our Agents. Thomas McTntyre,.......Now Orleans J. Curtis Waldo,.......... " " S. M. Pettengill & Co.,.....New York ALEXANDRIA. LA." Wednesday,.....January 7, 1871. E3r.AcWooo.--'«e are in receipt of Blackwow.d's Magazine for December, and find it in all respects an e:xceed ingly interesting number, and as we have expressed elsewhere, trust all lovers of good reading will, for 1874, sub»ciibe for it and the four Re views. The following are the con tents of the December number be fore us: The Parisians-Book XII. International Vanities. Phidias and the Elgin Marbles. A Story of the Rock. The Conservative Party and Na tional Education. The Comte de Chambord and Con vervatism. I-e 171 Poor little Alexandria Town has been mulched into Eight Hun dred Dollars damages in a suit be fore the District Court. All thbis brought about by an alleged illegal closing up of a negro Coffee House in the classic Second Ward...

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. — 7 January 1874

A Very Marvellous Narrative. A Man Who Almost Doubts His Own Identity. TIIE RE3IARK.ABLE JMETAMORPrIOSTS OF A CITIZEN OF NEW YOTRK-~NRECOG NIZED BY 11TS WIFE AND ACQUAINT ANCES---A STRANGE CASE. There is a trill involving a most m;ar, vellos qnes;ionl of idleutitv now progtreSsing i 'ini it atI Malonoe, Frll, lill conni v, N. Y. If thle case wer'e not in court, a:nd enl4n:ilg tile atten(io of Juldges. Iiv yes lld l, .lyV wit tinesses, sonoe of thle tieveloiiienutis wonld be in crii. tile, ants seit dow ii as i g onutidless lbl icil ill. Ve ive n~ oullue of the replorlctl tIee;s. Two yet s a1o, WillisPerlon, a far mer of Fr.llli Coaiii v, New York, lelt Iouis e wili (I, utU1.tl I,,. ý ge o' al tri.veller aad a Ip. .ta, ,ht tiodtlel or a spring boil, ant.eve. tl lei-e:.of i4). trotluciiii I to 1. e li ie onthi. ll;s blnsi viess wIS to sell i'-hils. He \eis 40 ve;lrl o1f age, ain hiad it wFle ;itl ,eve ill chiild ien. soule of thomii oere well gron,i. l11 nI ioi to lii m illuity ITro...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 7 January 1874

MISCELLANEOUS. FERGUSON & 80HNACK (FORMEtRRY LEVIN & FERGUSON,~ Watchmakers and Jewelers, SOLE. AGENTS FOR The Howe Sewing Machines, May 28, 1.-73-tf. The Crescent Spectacles. IM3PROVE TOUR SIGHIT. TJIIE Cl:ESCEN'' SPI'CTA cles niow offered to the Pullic are guaranteed super ior to all others in the markCt. For clearness and distinctlams of vision they are unrivaled, the total absence of prismatic .lr'adle M rI colors and refractory rays always found in Pebbles renders thenm especially desirable. Being ground with great care, they are free froum all imperfection. and impurities. They are mounted in gold, silver, shlell, rubber and steel framecsald will last manys' years without change. For sale only by oar Agents. Ferguson & Schllnck, Jewelers and Opticians, are Sole Agents in Alexandria, La. ~' None genuine without the trade mark stamped oa every pair. Manufae. tured by FELLOWS, HOLMES & CLAPP, NEW YOR1U. LOOK for TRADE MARK. No PED DLERS EMPLOYED. TNEW ORLEA-NS -...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 14 January 1874

A. B. RACHAL) THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH, (PUBLISHE VOL. 29.E ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1874. INO. 23. i imzcrni, 'TERMS: THE DEIOCRA'T is published Week ly, at FouR DOLLAIIS per annum- Two DOLLARS AND PIFTr CE.NITs for Pis monthIs, PAYABLE IN AD VANCE! No subscription taken for a less petiod than six mouths. ADVEI:TISEMENTS inserted at the rate of ONr DoLLrAR per square for the first insertion and FIFTY CIENTs for each subsequent one. L:It;iT lines or less, (DREVIIER) consti tnte a square. Onrrc'AIur Notices, Matrinages, Public Meetings, Caruls of 'l'hanks, etc., to he paid for as ad vet iknments. Lr. P'tlusoNAL CAirD, D whe n dmis sible, charged double the usual adver .ising rtIe,'. JOB PRINTING. OOF EVERY DESCRIPTION, -SCCI AS LAWYERS' BRIEFS, FUNERAL CARDS, CIRCULARS, BILL HEADS, CARDS, &c. -EXECUTED WITH eatness and ispatch! -AND ON MOST REASONABLE TERMU I ----=-a LANDRETH'S NE W O ROP DIRECT FROM LANDRETH FOR S.ALE BY E onrv S t. John. _ITUELRIES. J. w....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 14 January 1874

ýouitisfl4 ýjutfcrtt. i, R. BIOSSAT,..............EDITOR OFFJCE-CORNER OF SECOND AND ELI,TOT STS. Our Agents. Thomas McTontyre,.......New Orleans J. Curtis Waldo,.---........ " " S. MI. Pettengill & Co.,..... New York ALEXANDRIA, LA.* FWednesday,....January 1.1, 1871. NOTICE ! TIIE R[IGHT REVEREND J. P. B. Wi.MnIEn, D. 1)., Bi shop of Louisi ana, will visit Alexandria andl Pine ville, on SUNDI)AY, JANUARY 1STr. eorvices will be held on that day at the EXCIHANGE HOTEL HALL, Alexan dria. at 11 o'clock A. M., and at the CHAP'EL, in PINEVILLE, at 31' IP. M. A. N. OGDEN, JR,, Rector of St. James Church. ( The mails, which should have reached here on Monday, t he 5th inst., from New Orleans, failed to do so, but come to taw, right side with care, on Friday, the 9th, four days older by the trip. All this is due to Colonel Green, Route Agent on the steamer Natchez, w h o failed to at tend to his duty and deliver it on the wharf boat at the proper time. We can't, in the name of the suff...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 14 January 1874

The Man Sent After Darell,i A HARD HITTER OF LIGHT WEIGIITS. The following interesting pen nnd I ink sketch of the lion. Jeremiiah M. - Wilson, of Indiana, Chiairlman of the u Dnrell investigating Comnmittee, we a take from thIe Washi ngton Correspond-_1p ence of the St. Louis licjublican, Tihel other member is Mr. Eldridge, of Wis- r cousin a sterling Deniocrat, who will ably second Judge Wilson in this il-i portant investigation. There is quite to a bril!iant prospect now that the ''V"ice- n : gerent of the Assembly," will be haul- ei ed over the otls : 'ruTlE Ol:::T INVESTIG TOR. Let r;s iunr cnsilder the opposite ii type. We have ga'ineid by this time ; S pylti I y 1i ltlites-tion of tjO great (nd Jn gen.ial whliiewiaisl er. His olrposiIe i.s- i of ctlon s. the great investigator. DuI tih in the I:st I wo years t.her In-e ha been si many iveste eigoils, sO called, com- pO litlees o0 t' inqirv into sI-pecial annd ti p:Vinchial cases of corruption aInd ito the like. At the headus ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 14 January 1874

MIISCELLANEOUS. FERGUSON & S0HNACK (FORMERRY LEVIN & FERGUSON,) Watchmakers and Jewelers. SOLE AGENTS FOR The Howe Sewing Machines, May "28, 1873-tf. The Crescent Spectacles. IMPROVE YOUI. SIGHT. T TE CRESCENT SPECTA cles now offered to the Public are guaranteed super ior to all others in the market. For clearness and distinctness of vision they are unrivaled, Telark the total absence of prismnaticade Mar colors and refractory rays always found in Pebbles renders them especially desirable. Being ground with great care, they are free from all imtperfection and inlprities. They are mounted in gold, silver, shell, rubber andt steel frames antd will last many years withoat change. For sala only by our Agents. Ferguson & rehneck, Jewelers and Opticians, are Solo Agents itn Alexandria, La. ['None genuine without the trade mark stamped on every pair. Manutae. tured by FELLOWS, HOLMES & CLAPP, NEW YORK. LOOK for TRADE MARK. No PED DLERS EMPLOYED. ERNEST HlARDTINER, 13 () OT...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 21 January 1874

A. B. RACHAL) TRIE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH, (PUBLISHER VYOL. 29. ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY,: JANUARY 21, 1874. 1NO. 24, -- ·-  : "  . . . . . !.. . . . . . . ' , u TERMS: TIlE I)ENIOCR:AT is published Week ly, at FoCRa Do.ILL~s per annum Two DOtLAnS AND FIFTY CENTS for six Iontls, PAYABLE IN AD VANClE! No subscription taken for a less period than six monthas. ADVI)RITEMENTS inserted at the rate of ONE. 1)ol.At per square for the tirst insertion and FIFTY CENTS for each subsequent one. I:I;:uT lines or less, (BntEvIER) consti t te a square. Ouimr cRY Notices, Marriages, Public 'Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. jg' I'ESl.ONAL CA.Dus, when admis sil,ie, clarged double the usual adver tising rates. JOB PRINTING1. EVERtY DESCRIPTION LAWYERS' BRIEFS, FUNERAL CARDS, CIRfULARS, BILL HEADS, CAR DS, &c. --1:X1;C!1TrD %ITlii a ispatch! --AND J\ Mri; 1 'IdAf ONABL E TtI1RM1 ·1 LANDf Ifr'$l'f<NE W C ROP! DIRECT FROM LANDRFIB a! - FOfl SALI, BY e~r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 21 January 1874

h1itiau 4 jcimctatt . E. R. BIOST, ......... ..EDITOR OFI"ICC-CORNiER OF SECOND AND EL;T,TJIOT STS. Our Agents. Thomas McTntyre, ....... New Orleans J. Curtis Waldo,......... ", " S. M. Petten.gill & Co.,.....New York ALEXANDRIA. LA.* Wednesday,....January 21, 1874.  The ball and supper which we announced last week, would be given by the Masonic Fraternity of our Town has been definitely settled up on, and Tuesday the 17th of next month (Mardi Gras) is the day fixed for the Feast. From what we know of the men of the Order at the head of this affair, we are certain it can but be a complete success and a pleasant reunion of our good people. *- John Lee Carroll, who has ijust been elected President of the Maryland Senate, is the great grand son of Charles Carroll of Carrollton, the last survivor of the Declaration of Independence, and Win. Pinkney Whyte, just elected U. S, Senator from that state, is a grandson of Win. Piukney, the greatest lawyer of his day. I0. Another big lire...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 21 January 1874

Jefferson Davis. TUE E~-PiI:-'Il 'NT IN' VICK auRG-BIS II PFE.V I:T ED 6 .'EECIIES. This dli :lni'hetd goentleman, who has lilled s iilportanllt a slhere in the lI political events of this countrly, and l who even in his rPetirenient attracts the no public attellt;on, is now on a brief busi- ti ness visit to this clrty. 4 Y'esterd":y a ii inulbr of gentlemen yt called upon him :It the Prentiss Hotse, 1 both to expre S. I le 1,ardl and adlmira- i tion retaiin'd for him by his former1 h neighbors andl the citizens of this corn- P iniuity ge;nr:Illy, and also' Fotr the ti purpolse of elicitinig a pnhlic explression i. of his views is to risle sitiltiol Of ol sI fairs in this country, at such time and Y place as he should designate. r. sMr. Davis received his visitors with W that easy t'i acte and hiPih-bred courtiey G which marks a gr'at man , and after c some itlll'tiliiot'ly 'veilrslio4n ulponl ill t- It terls rl;.tinug to the condition of ali'airs a in this eoulnty (his ohl home),...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 21 January 1874

"IINSCELLANEOUS. FRGUSON & SCHNACK (FORMERRY LEVLN & FERGUSON,) Watchmakers and Jewelers. SOLE AGENTS FOR The Howe Sewing Machines, May 28, 1873-tf. The Crescent Spectacles. IMPROVEY YOUR SIGHT. TIE CRESCENT SPECTA cles now offered to the Public are guaranteed anper ior to all others in the market. For clearness and distinctness of vision they are unrivaledl Trade ark the total absence of prismatic colors and refractory rays always found in Pebbles renders them especially desirable. Being ground with great care, they are free frotm all imperfections and impurities. They are mounted in gold, silver, shell, rubber acid steel frames and will last many years without "change. For sale only by oar Agen.ts. Fet gson & Schnack, Jewelers and Opticians, are Sole Agents in Alexandria, La. Eg'Nono genuine . without the trade mark .stamped on every pair. Manufac tnreil by J.FEILOWS, IIOLMES &1. CLAPP, NEW YORK. LOOK for TRADE MARK., No PED DLER IEMPLOYED. ERNEST nIIAiDT NER, -an...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 28 January 1874

A.B. B, RACHAL) THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH. (PUBLISHER VOL. 29.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, .1874. INO. 25. Bte Iemocrat. TERMS: THE DEMOCRAT is published Week. ~., at Four DOLLAIS per annum Two DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS fo0 six months, PAYABLE IN AD, VANCE! No subscription taker for a less period than six months ADvgeTl~EMIENTS inserted at the rati of O D)OLLAR per sqnrile for thu first insertion and FIrTY CENTS foi each subsequent one. Etir.T lines or less, (BREVIER) CODsti tote a square. Onrc;A:Y Notices, Marriages, Publia Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., te be paid for as advertisements. PIaIPvtSONAL CARDS, when admis sihle, chlared double the usual adver tising rates. 4JO0B PRINTING. -OF ---Og'-' EVERY DESORIPTION LAWYERS' BRIEFS, FUNERAL & ARDS, CIRCULARS, BILL HEADS, O ARDS, &c. --EXECUTED WITHI eatness and ispatch! -AND ON MO8T REb:ASONABLE TERMI, LANDRETl'S NEW OLOPI TURLtINIP ISM a0 DIRECT FROM LANDRETH FOR SALE BY aenrv S t. Jobn. GROCERIES." J. W....

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 28 January 1874

E. R. BIOSSAT,.............. EDITOR OFFICE-CORNER OF SECOND AND ELLIOT STS. Our Agents. Thomas M1cTntyre,.......New Orleans J. Curtis Walio,......... " " S. M. PettengTI & Co......New York ALEXANDRIA, LA.. Weudnesda.....Jannary 2S, 1874. W1_ $3 fire In all who subscribe to our ITome Jonrnal and Rural Southland for 1]74. By sending $3 direct to the Publisher in New Orleans, each new snubscriber will receive a beautiful pair of French chromos called "Asleep and Awake;" two choice gems which alone are worth $3, besides getting the lar' gest and finest weekly agricultural journal in the South for one year; just think of it! Our Home Journal and Rural Southland is a large sixty-four column weekly paper, giving over 1800 large book pages of reading matter up on every department of Industry, In struction and Entertainment, the Farm, the Plantation, the Orchard, the Stock Yard, the Gaiden, the Diary, the Api ary, the Family Circle, the Kitcheh and Ilousehold. One great and very bene fi...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 28 January 1874

Geleral Jo e looker on Iloward. General Joseph Hooker was found at the Astor House by a reporter, and a conversation about General 0. 0. Howard ensued: :'I have no desire to strike a m:an who is down, or who at least is ver;v rapidly falling," said the General. "hit I assar you thaIt theso new develop jenlts in relation to him have not al tered nfº opinion of the man. Al than, h 1 lh:! not ki, L n twr hil ,i s ; 't r,,p - lbtnlr. I waý" well aware of his i;h,. rent hly},,"c -y. :An\d eLt is such a p:. funetd Chriili: . too! Why, uldotu in the ,lli -w."ln I w.as in e(n)1 r1n:t1di of the A. v of tl.e Poltonme, nod hoe !h:l the elevenlh corp  d ener tne- |le wa:tg fill to ore:' ilowinO wiith i iis isrI.t,iL e pcit. Now,. lobl hiV l is more teslct forgenuinrI Chisunity than I, nul I wonld ,e J-lw to donult the Penuine es ofany mas n ',5 piely; ltit f-w:lwnt ;is alw; vs beer a d(owl i;'ht lypo0. cite. 1)u o il I, now, sir, that lie le:,1 once hoot ns E.glilh general-I do pot tec:rll ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 28 January 1874

MISCELLANEOUS. FRGUSON & SOtNACK (FOI3LERLWY LEVIN & FERGUSON,) Watchmakers and Jewelers, SOLE. AGENTS FOR The Howe Sewing Machines, May 28, 1873-t f. The Crescent Spectacles. IMPROVE YOUR SIGHT. TIOE CRESCENT SPECTA cles now offered to the Public are guaranteed super ior to all others in the market. For clearness and distinctness of vision they are unrivaled, Tr-de ark the total absenco of prismatic colors and refractory rays always found in Pebbles renders them especially desirable. Being ground with great care, they are f'reo frou all imperfectious and impurities. They are mounted in gold, silver, shell, rnbber and steel frames and will last many y:iars without change. For sale only by oar Agents. Ferguson & Sctnack, Jewelers and Opticians, are Sole Agents in Alexandria, La. r'9None genuine without the trade mark stamped on every pair. Manutae tored by FELLOWS, IIOLMES & CLAPP, NEW YORK. LOOK for TRADE MARK. No PED DLERS EMPLOYED. ERINEST I1AIU)T'iER, 1 OOT -and S...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 4 February 1874

alfim ___ _____ A. B. RACHAL) THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUGH. (PUBLISHER VOL. 29.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1874. INO. 26. TERMS: THE DEMTOCRAT is published Week ly, at FoUR DOLLARS per annum Two DoLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS for six molths, PAYABLE IN AD VANC E! No subscription taken . for a less period than six months. ADVERTI~EIENTS inserted at the rate of Oa: I)oLLAR per square for the first insertio"n and FIFTY CENTS for each subsequent one. EIoHT lines or less, (BREIER) cousti tlte a square. OIIITU.IlY Notices, Marriages, Public Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to . be paid for as advertisements. [7 PEISO.NAL CADos, when ad(mis sible, charged double the usual adrer tising rate.. JOB PRINTIN G. EVERY DESCRIPTION lAWYERS' BRIEFS, FUNERAL 0 ARDS, CIROULARS, BILL HEADS, C AR DS, &c. EXECU'TED WITl- 1t .-1 t eatness and ispatch! -AND ON Mý1NT RtCA&ONABLE T1RM 4 LANDRETH'S NEW C R OP DIRECT FROM LANDRETHI FOR SALE BY U enrv St. John. GROCERIES, J. W. PLATT, 'Thole...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 4 February 1874

E.. B. BIOSSAT,........ .-- EDITO OFFICE--OORNER OF SECOND AND ELLTOT STS. Our Agents. Thomas McTntyre, .....New Orleawn J. Curtis Waldo,......... " " S. M. Pettengill & Co.,.....New Yorl; ALEXANDRIA, LA.* Wednesday,.....February 4, IS71. AID FORA GooD CAusE.-The young gentlemen of our Town, members of the -Histrionics, are determined to strike a good blow in a good cause, and lend their mite in behalf of the innocent and persecuted ones, who are now in the Federal Tour de Nelle, in New Orleans, and for months have been deprived of the very poor chance of even attempting to prove their innocence. In order to lend material aid -to the sufferers, they wish to touch the pulse of Ra pides' heretofore generous people, and desire to realize the all impor tant fact if their purse beats in uni sou with their often declared flue sentiments. Now is the time, now is the chance, now the occasion to put all these fervent and patriotio heav ings into practical use and benefit. Now the hntle b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 4 February 1874

Mrs, Attorney - Ieneral Williams. Mrs. Willinms lins after all been the iend and front of the otl'ending. Into her early history has been inserted the .halanges : lot esaid, and hershorteom phave been inspected by the light of ,snril maglifying glasses, cansing her verdict to go lot th to the world, "Mle, Mene. Tekel, .Uphairsin t" And, ac cardlilng to a fiat oti her ater liife, "°t ie. Williii's carriiage hius stopped her huls bautd's w;y to the Chief JlnstiLeeship.) " she is a woman above the medium height, with a siall. well-shaped head, croiwied with wavy black lisai, a straight, rtiu er thin nose, larige, melt. ing dtluk eive, aiched over with deli S;e evehil' O , l'railhe' too muncf color fl' the iproverbiail pir'illelle of Aliperi ia wiomenil: a loing, while, full thlronit; and iie kl, b isti alnd arms bordering on tile supelb, with a slight touch of Cle oalp,,ta vilolutui(ousness. Slihe cal liea hersel easily, grilcefnlly, prondlly. Tlis ,iihe lppearis at the age tremili ng...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 4 February 1874

MISCELLANEOUS. FRGUSON & SONACK (FORMERRY LEVIN & FERGUSON,) 5 . Watchmakers and Jewelers. SOLE AGENTS FOR The Howe Sewing Machines. May 28, 1873-tf. The Crescent Spectacles: IMIPROVE YOUR SIGHT. rTIE CRESCENT SPECTA cles now offered to the Public are guaranteed snper ior to all others in the market. For clearness and distinctness of vision they are unrivaled,, ,dark the total absence of prismatic colors and refractory rays always fonnd in Pebbles renders them especially desirable. Being ground with great care, they are free front all imperfections and impurities. They are mounted in gold, silver, shell, rubber and steel frames and will last many years without change. For sale only by oar Agents. Ferguson & Schnack, Jewelers and Opticians, are Sole Agents in Alexandria, La. IPNone genuine without the trade mark stamped on every pair. Manufac tared by FELLOWS, HOLMES & CLAPP, NEW YORK. LOOK for TRADE MARK. No PED DLERS EMPLOYED. ERLNEST 1ARDTNER, BO3 O ' -and Shoe-Ma...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 11 February 1874

A. B. RAC AL) THE WORLD ISGOVERNED.TO0 MUCH ( - VLX. 29. 1AD LWEDNES Y AFLXNRA A.EBRUAR Y I 7.li 1874 · 27 . .. . . .. .. .  A . D A , •.' "- · · - · ·---. . .: • me ,,,,,,l ',,n,....,,, ll;,,.·~ Ia ~~. ',rIhrr p ." • :n !l ·' . TER$8 t THiE DEMOC R '' is published Week vl, at Fouit t)oru;aIS per annum- Two I)OLARSi ANO FIf'TY Cp,NTS for six Ionths, PAYABLE IN AD VA NC E I No suhbciption triken for a less period than six months. ADVEinTI5EvETS inserted at the rate of O, Il)Dr.r,Art per sqmure for the first inseiri'on and FIFTY CENTS for each subsequent one. ElTll;r lines or less, (BREYIER) consti tute a sq::l4re. 01lRrt.tl:Y Notices, Marriages, Public M.eetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisemeunts. r7 PI RQN.tL CA,'DS, *1 11'(n ttflmis sible, charged double hie usual advcr 'tising rate.. JOB PI{IYVIML -OF EVERY DESCRIPTION LAWYERS' BRIEFS, FUNERAL C ARDS, CIROULARS, BILL iEADS, SA1 DS, &c. -EXECUTED WITH- - aatness and ispatch!B P -AND ON-  A UOST REAS...

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