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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 11 February 1874

E. R. BIOSSAT,.............. EDITOR OFFICE-CORNER OF SECOND AND ELTLIOT STS. Our Agents. Thomas McIntyre,--.......New Orleans J. Curtis Waldo,. ...... " S. M. Pettengill & Co.,.....New York ALEXANDRIA. LA.. Wednesday,... February 11, 1874. THESPIANS.-- We acknowledge the reception of a Complimentary Ticket, at the hands of the Business Mana ger of the Benefit for the Colfax Prisoners. By the time our paper reaches its readers the benefit will be over, and we sincerely trust in our next to announce that the charity call of our Alexandria young men, aided and assisted by two talented and kind-hearted ladies, will have been nobly responded to, and glad and substantial tidings wafted to our unfortunate and persecuted friends, who are lingering in the Federal Bas tille, on Orleans street, New Orleans. If our wishes fail us, it will be the maiden failure of Rapides' true peo ple. Our word for it Alexandria will have done her duty in full and with out stint. CLOTHING. -Our readers will...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 11 February 1874

Married Over a Grave. A MIDNIGHT SCENE IN WYOMING CEM.E TERYg-THE MYSTERIOUS PARTY THAT ARRIVED IN TIIE TRAIN FROM NEW YORK. Among the arrivals on the 8:55 train from New York on the night of the 13th were four persocs, evidently strangers in Pittston, who forme:l a party by themselves. One was a lady, the others gentlemen. After alighting fromn the coach they passed into the ladies' waiting room in the depot build iug, while two of the gentlemen re. turned and made inquiries regarding tihe procurement of a carriage to con vey them to West Pittston. In due time a carriage arrived and the quar tette entered it, and the driver, who had received his instructions where to go, proceeded in the direction of the bridge. which he crossed, and in a short time after pulled up at the house of a prominent resident. The occu pants of the carriage at once stepped out upon the walk, opened a little gate, and proceeded to the front door and pulled the bell. The summons was answered by a servant, to...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 11 February 1874

MIISCELLANELUS. FRGUSON & SCHNACK FOR4MEI1tY LEVIN & FE GUSON,) Watchmakers and Jewelers, SOLE AGENTS FOR The Howe Sewing Machines. May 28, I~73-tf. The Crescent Spectacles. IMPROVE YOUR SIGHT. TILE 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 unrivalel, Trade Mark the total absence of prisvmatic colors and refractory rays always found in Peliblles renders them especially desirable. Being ground with great care, they are free from all imperfections and impurities. They are mollnted in gold, silver, s; ell, rubber and steel frames and will last ImanyIL years without change. For sale only by oar Agents. Ferguson & Sehnack, Jewelers and Opticians, are Sole Agents in Alexandria, La. iP None genuinoe without the trade mark stamped on every pair. Manufac tured by FELLOWS, HOLMIES & CLAPP, NEW YORK. LOOK for TRADE MAlRK. No PED DLERS EMPLOYED. ERINEST IIARDTMERI, --a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 18 February 1874

A . B , R A C .H A L- ) .... . . . THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH. (PUBLISHE VOL. 29.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 18, 1974. 8 i . N O . . "t C~lClflcnrrrnt TILE IEMO(;'R \Ii' piibh1 tliv Week Two I) L LAah At I" ih'tY tix r, tot V tn (I tN o stIic; en, taken fur a Ie's i~eliuttl thiatn six Inuneirh; ADVEL i 'IN i tisirtail at t lie rite Il ONE aLL ,\I:1t"I p ý} IiaI'i fort Iti trst jt,;a iii >uial kF'trr CEIr.> foil each :u.) bltt tet Ult ito. Eluirt Ii t oco e3 ( ttltc I: t) cotist;I title a iit Oll~ t". Otu'rrx.r i utyit li, M\tlriiogo, Pubic i Mleotion;. ( tul of ia'l' han4 kae tc., tot be pii1)1 ]',r oti tti l.l V t ititii t(lits. soih', cli r;;aI iluit thl the itsna I adl cci -OF EVERY DESCRIPTION -- i JAWY R'~ I3N~PFN, CIRCf, l A R ý, BELTL TT1RATcq, --I·XI-:CL'Ei WIrrT- }n-sýand ý lipatch! 'Is)t s-r hP LI~~~~~= ~ F'- ~ clb\a fur dt~t~trirt1, fir:. No I hlivit 'I1Ired. Xf l'iaIg~I3Ititii dli U: CL g!;tits 191 ~u~dav.N. 1" (R1('B IIESl. J. W. PLATT, -SAT 1-1 C) 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 18 February 1874

Ioii na !nlor att E. R. UIIISS1T ............. EDITOR O1FI(E-COllRNU' OF SECOND AND) AD TT Td)T STS. Our Agents. Thiornn Mcrntlrc,..e _. .Sen Orleans .J. C'iirtis \'zdltlo........ ' S. M . I't ttenizUl .c& Co. ew....'New York ALEXANDRIIA. LA. Wednrsdalsr(. .Fchlrr'rary 18, 1S7,1 j TmI. BrixEirr.-The perfolrmance of the Thespians, for the benefit of the Colfax Prisoners, came off on the day fixed, and was in all particulars a complete success. The fine large Hall was crowded with as fine and appreciative an audience as ever as selmbled in Alexandria, and the act ing, take it in all, was good, and evinced good taste and talent of no rare merit. Good music, fine scene ry, well selected pieces, good acting, and above all things in behalf cf a righteous cause, could not with our people, we mean our true people, be but such a gi.:nd success as we are pleased to chronicle. We know and feel that our poor and persecuted citizens, yet in the Iastille, will feel grateful to the people of A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 18 February 1874

iiow a w' oma n Splits Wood. BY M. QUAD. Roliinmon was notified by his better half, the other day, that the woodllile a11; been redlcell to one old chunk, but hIe ealghit the panic down town and failed tr send ip a replenishintg liad. Jlust i,.foro noon M.rs. lRhinson huntel upI the aix :land went for the oto chunk. She knew that a wontan could split wood as well as a man; she !had read and heard about woman's awkwardness; but she knew 'twas all noasenae. Site spit on her hands and raised the c ove hr h left shiouler, right hand lowest down on the Ihandle. Shie made a tellrii h blow, and the ax wenlt intto the ground auto! shie fle: over the chniik. She got up and looked all around to see if auybodly wars watching, tubbed her elbows and thllen took up the ax the other way. She meant to strike the stick plttumb) center, bilt she forgot the clohthes-linte atbove her head and the Rx c;aught it, jerked up and down, ;arl1 Mrs. lRobinson went over the ash heaip. Slhe rose uip with less co...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 18 February 1874

MhISCELL:\NE1ULS. FERGUSON & 8OHNACK (FOR'I.iuY LEVIN & 'LiERUC UN,) Watchmakers and Jewelers, SOLE AGILNTL S FOR The Howe Sewing Machines, May 2'3, 1573-tf. The Crescent Slpctac les,5 1IPRIO(VIe YOu'! SGIr r. ,TIIE CRESCENT' S1'EC'1'A t cles nw otff'red to the P'blic are gnarantted sull'per ior to all othetrs in the market. Ior'clelarllness and distilnctl'ess of vision they aire uiL rivale llC( the total :lss'enc of irl-uoit: tolors and refrti ctory rI:ys i:l ;ys tys folul i Pebbles renideirs thetU ,!":ii y desirable. Being grolud With, i ret e re, they aIe free from all i perfetectioun :t d iltpurities. They are n tun ted in g t. .silvetr, shell, rlbllelltr ilal stteel f m'l';islicS: ti will last 1 Lmany eatl's w ithoutl chilllge. For sal1 only by odlr gents. :Fergson & Sthnack, Jewelers andi O',ticians, a : l !u : . ) let.- in Alexatltd ria; , L:t. t7'Norm Nl genin witltttt the tided mark stiinped on every pair. MLuut tac tureil by FELLOIWS, IIOLMIES & CLAPP...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 25 February 1874

~----- --- .-- - - - -- --- - ------- A. B. RACHAL) SAHA THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH, (PUBLISHER VOL. 29.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 25, 1874. N0. 29. " 0. 29. ,ifC ircrnacrct. TEiI ': 'rrE I)E\IOCIR VI' is publislhed Week r, atr FUoi t I)OLLA.tt per ann urnl 'J7wo !)nI.t. . Axt) FteFTY (CESNTS fo Prit 1nottir+, IPAYABLE IN Al) VA N C ! N o rlt Itscrilption taken for a less peiitod thian si ixttonths. Anvtvrt !; ri;Nlt'x r inserted at the rate )n I ,)xi LL~t.11 per sqitate tor the tirot iri-rsti 111 and Fit Ty CEtNTS fot P:U'rh siibs q tenti ton. El;; r lines ur less, (uItEVIER) consti trote sa it4tte. I)atrtF1Atr Notices, Mirtriages, Public M[e. iai*t, Car~tds of TItan ks, etc., to btt pu ii tut as ad vortiseonnnts. ? 'I~rI~-()'t l'. (2 ttiS, ct lien adrlnis ci di., eh~tn ei1e dounble the usual advier EVERY DESCRIPTION IAWYERS' BR.IEFS, FUNERAL CARDS, [IROULARS, BILL HEADC, C A R DS, &c, -EXC.:UTED WITII- 9atness and iispatch! -AND ON M',v-' KEARONABL E TEtRIV i --...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 25 February 1874

_ iql  .w ..      . ..... . .... E. R. BIOSSAT,.............. EDITOR OFFICE-COR(NER OP SECOND AND ELLTOT STS. Our Agents. Thomas McTntyre,....... New Orleans J. Curtis Waldo,..... " " S. M. Pettenill & Co.,.....New York ALEXANDRIA. LA.* Wednesday,... February 25, 1871. ,l he aflaits of Louisif:I:t are still in the most comitlee of mud dles. Cau ,enter's bill for a new election is yet in the hands of lihe Commit lee, to which it was refe, ed, and may come up at any mo ment. Pinchb;ck has retlur!ed to New Orleans with a whiie flea in his ear, and thus far R;idiailism serves only-with one vote in the U. S. Senate. The Kellogg Leis latnre, all Irue blue Rhadicals, two third negroes, are still grindling away on the St:ate olgan and every, turn adds to our litither ruin and1 degredation; in a word the lane is yet long and no turn in sight. c New Oileans has je'st gone throogh the finest, gayest and gandest page.nt ever iniangira ted in this country, and well imayv she be proud ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 25 February 1874

Editors. T fl E ItR SINSATIONS O DISCOVERING MISTAKES. The sensation of an editor on first glancing over his paper and detecting errors in it arlsomewhat different from those experienced by the reader on making like discoveries. The latter is either amused at the blunder or in. ceased at the carelessness which causes it, nnd in both cases arrives at the con clusion that the trouble is avoidable, and that the editor is to blame for not avoiding it. lie never saw an editor take his first glance over a copy of the edition. Perhaps the edition is wol ked off whlen this opportunity is afforded the weary man. lIe has either trusted the pioofs to sonic one else, or read them himself, but the feeling of dread is just as great in the litter us in the former ease. The proof reader may not consult the s'opy and so perpetuate the blunder of the c;aupositor, and perhaps the eomn positor may nie;glect to undo the wrong lie has done, llthongh his attention in plainly called to it on the proof.- WV...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 25 February 1874

MI\SCELLANEOUS. RGUSON & SCHNACK LIEblRY LEVIN & FEltUSON\,) 'atchmakers and Jewelers, SOLE AGENTS FOR he Howe Sewing Machines, May 23, 1573-tf. 'he Crescent Spectacles. IMIPROVE YOUR SIGHT. f IE CRESCENT SPECTA eles Ilow offered to the 'nblie are guaranteed sulper tr to all others in the mnarket. 'or clearness and distinctness ,f vision they are unrivaled,' r he total absence of prismatic !olors and refractory rays always found in ?ebbles rendlers them especially desirable. icing ground with great care, they are reo fromt all imprftections atnd impurities. i'h"Y are mnonted iu g-hl, silver, shell, ,ghb er and steel frames and will last many ,ears without change. Fqr sale only by jar Agents. Fcrgusou & Schnack, Jewelrs and Opticians, are Sole Agents in Alexandria, La. r YNone genuine without the trade mark statepcd on every pair. Manutuac tlred by FELLOWS, HOLMES & CLAPP, NEW YORK. LOOK for TRADE MARK. No PED DLERS EMPLOYED. PATENT METALLIC BURIAL CASES. THE unders...

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

&. B, RACHAL) THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH. (PUBLISKER VOL. 29.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 1874. INO. 30. Elje Uemocrad. s-------TR : TERLIS: THE DEMOCRAT is published Week 1v, at Foutt DOLLAS per annum Two DOLLARS AND FIFrrY CENT for six months, PAYABLE IN AD VANCE! No subscription taken for a less period than six mouths. ADVgRTISEMENTS inserted at the rate of O~n DULIt.I per sqiarp for the first insertio and FIFTY CENTS for each subsequent one. EicnT lines or less, (BREVIER) COnsti tinte a square. OrITIARY Notices, Marriages, Public Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. K* PERIONAL CARDS, when admis sible, charged double the usual adver tising rates. J )B PRINTIN(. -07 -OF EVERY DESCRIPTION -SUCEf AS LAWYERS' BRIEFS, FUNERAL CARDS, CIROULARS, BILL HEADS, OAR DS, &o, -EECU'rED WTI'r eatness and ispatch! -AAN) OK R N-' M4pT REIA8ONABLE TERIVI! I ---==... ......... .. .... . \BSOLUT E DIVORCES OBTAIN edfromo Courts of different State ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 4 March 1874

Souistlm ý , cum 0 (t. E. R. BIOS.T ............... 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,.......March 4, 1874. uI.. As a fair specimen of the local legislation, in the Kellogg Legislature, we will state, that a bill passed the House, introduced by one Murrel!, of Lafourche, enti tiled "An act to extend the limits ofthe City of Thibodeaux," and on being sent to the Senate, it was ascertained to be useless, as by it Thibodeaux wasleft outaltogether, and the limits fixed away off some where in the country, about a con ple of miles distant. . Col. MeGiunis, reliable and and competent, is now in charge of the Excelsior Stable, and will be found au fait in all, which apper. tai:s to his situation. A. MI. Os. good is still agent and feeac totem of Dr. Peterson, the U. S. Mail Con tractor, and the tout ensemble is a good combination team t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 4 March 1874

Carpet-Bag Murder. COLONEL MORGAN QUIETLY ASSASSI NATES 81IERIFF IILLIAIRD-MARRY ING A WOMAN OF AFRICAN DESCEN' QOLELY FOR POLITICAL EFFECT YAZOO CITY, Mss., Jan. 26,1874. The recent murder of Sleriff Hilliard o0fthis city by Colonel Morgan, Sheriff elect, pussed off quietly. Sun h trage dies are of too frequent, occurrence in this latitude to excite more tli-o agen tie ripple on the surface' of the otial current...Both Sheriffs were Northern whlite men, elected to office by 'ilack llepublicans. For many years they have been leading spirits in the pohi ties of this section, controlling the ne gro vote and securing for themselves the most lucrative offices in the coun ty. "lilliard held the Sheriff's office for four years, and is said to have ac cumuolated a fortune. Morgan was Chancery Clerk, conceding the chief place to his friend Hilliard on account of the Tatter's superior ability and in fluence with the negroes. But Morgan grew in favor with the constituency, and being an ambit...

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

MISCELLANEOUS. IRlGouiN & 80HNACK (FOR AERRY LEVIN & FERGUSON,) Watchmakers and Jewelers. SOLE AGENTS FOR The Howe Sewing Machines, t May 28, 1873-tf. The Crescent Spectacles. IMPROVE YOUR SIGHT. T IHE CRESCENT SPECTA cles now offered to the r Public are guaranteed super ior to all others in the market. f For clearness and distinctness r of vision they are unrivaled, TradeMark t the total absence of prisiuatic r colors and refractory rays always found in Pebbles renders them especially desirable. Being gronud with great care, they are free from all imperfections and impurities. I They are mounted in gold, silver, shell, rubber and steel frames and will last many years without change. For sale only by 1 oar Agents. Ferguson & Schnack, Jewelers and Opticians, are Sole Agents in Alexandria, La. 3PNone gonuine without the trade mark stamped on every pair. Manufac tured by FELLOWS, HOLMES & CLAPP, NEW YORK. LOOK for TRADE MARK. No PED DLERS EMPLOYED. PATENT METALLIC BURI...

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

, 3, RAORA0L) THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUOH (PUBLISHER VOL. 29.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 1874. 1NO. 31. iKi i i I I . . . . "--,, , .- .. . . . . . I i i m m I I I . . TERMS: S DEMOCRAT is published Week , at FOUR DOLLARS per annum Two DOLLARS AND FIFTY CIENTS fo .x months, PAYABLE IN AD VANCE! No subscription taken fMr a less period than six months. -,.VERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate ,,f On DOLLAR per square for the first insertion and F'rrr CENTs for rsah subsequent one. ~~.iHT lines or less, (BRIEVIElr) consti iute a square. r ,:r.UARY Notices, Marriages, Public 'leetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to i paid for as advertisements. SPsEsoNsAL CARDS, when admis ,e, charted double the usual adver ,ng rates. JJB PRINTING. -OF J. ERY DESCRIPTION -3LCI( .AS WYERS' BRIEFS, FUNERAL 0 ARDS, SO3ULABR, BILL RE ADS, OAR DS, &o. kXECVTED WITH i3atness and lispatoh ! -AND ON T REASONABLE TERM I 15I MI. I iii BSOLUTE I)IVORCES OBTAIN \ ed from Courta of different State f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 11 March 1874

SolUi$ua Imrctuat. E, R, BIOSSAT,.......... ....EDITOR OFFICE-CORNER OF SECION'D AND ELTIOT ST'r. Our Agents. lhonias MelTtyre .....New Orleans J. Curtis W'aldo......... " " S. \M. Pettentill & Co.......New Ynrk ALEXANDRIA. LA.' Wednesdy........ March 11, 1~174. We are rpleased to greet the arrival in our midst of Captain J. Ilienn,'so well and favorably known to all our people as the good, kind and competent commander of the steamers Frolic and B. L. Badge No. 2. He comes to his old home and trade on business, and means business of importance to us all. It is his intention sans faute to at once re enter his old Packet trade and again fling his banner to the breeze, and seek, as he justly mer its, the patronage and favors so thlickly showered on him in the good times of the past. The hardit times which press us all have hit the good old Captain some hard blows, but there is no such word as fail in his dictionary, and now he comes again to the scratch a? d intends to fight it out...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 11 March 1874

Father Pierre. Fathler Pierre was. born in the north ofFrance, about the year 1828. His parfets were in comifortable ciceutm stances. lhtavin, bLut two eeat, tihe rt dest becnane, of collrse, sole ltti' pros. pecive ito the esiite, whle rhon, hits earliest ch1iltnulidi Fatlher' PieItrre was dertin'eUd to r .- se'rvi'e of Rome, ''proud pisltress'of tlhe wiorh.." Far aw:ly in hi1 ethla.ice shades of "''la belle F',ner," thirty years ago, a dlreaml eyed Ioy knelt onl the tintl-h-olltured sOil of the Old \Ve tnd.t wing hiis ir. oept oritsoni to hflev.rn, fi l' the w-elfl-e oftlhe 'New. Early tlrie yolthfnl adil. te conmprehended thallut I tlmisiion was the entl'y of lotely BaIyou, Pierre, slhsling nulider the Iperflaed. )et niel ancoly glinou of ntiignlins, . under pliIInIv C ress and fautastitI mmai,. To the New W rldi h ~ "'ln Father Pierre, at dutontilon from the buirntly skies of opt ulentI France to the Itirestl-ess Creole pr/bnfhtiola lining the hiank+ofthat dln plienre stramni;...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 11 March 1874

MISCELLANEOUS. IHGUSO N& SCHNACK (FORMERRY LEVIN & FERGUSON,) Watchmakers and Jewelers, SOLE AGENTS FOR The Howe Sewing Machines, May 28, 1873-tf. The Crescent Spectacles. IMPROVE YOUR SIGHT. THIE 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, lade dark 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 from 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. t rNone genuine without the trade mark stamped on every pair. Manufac tured by FELLOWS, HOLMES & CLAPP, NEW YORK. LOOK for TRADE MARK. No PED DLERS EMPLOYED. PATENT METALLIC BURIAL CASES, THE unders...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 18 March 1874

-,.BHL -=====__ _________ _UBLIStE A, B. RACHAL) THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH, (PUBLISHER y0L. 29. ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 1874, NO. 32. CTIc Grilarcrat. 3- -- -Tcllt- TERMIS: TUE DEMOCRAT is published Week ly, at FouR DoL.LAts per annum Two DOLLARS An FIFTY C'Trs for ix monthls, PA'Y AlLE IN AD VANCE! No snhacription taken fer a less period than six months. ADV I T1SEMETS inserted at the rate of One DOLLAR per square for the first insertion and FIFTY CENTS for each subsequent one. EIGHT lines or less, (RIEvIEr) cousti tute a square. OnhrUAIn' Notices, Mnrriages, Public 1Ie;t.ings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. r? PERSONAL CARDs, when admis sible, clurgedl dlouble the usual adver tising raI'P.. JIB PRINTING. --OF EVERY DESCRIPTION --SUCh1 .s LAWYETS' BRIEFS, FUNERAL C ARDS, CIRCULARS, BILL HF ADR, CAR Dq, &c. EX1.ICL LED WITH eatness and ispatch! --AND ON ,T K:AROrNABLE Ti'RM1 **c......... .... A FlOLTE D)IVOIRCES OBTAIN 4.P4 fromi Cour...

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