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

onuisiana 1t)otr~d, E. R. BIOSSAT,.............. EDITOR OFFICE-CORNER OF SECOND AND ELLIOT STS. Our Agents. Thomas McTIntyre.......New Orleans J. Curtis Waldo,......... " " S. M. Pettengill & Co.....New York ALEXANDRIA. LA. Wednesday,......March 18,1874. TUE COLFAX IPRISONERS.-UUr very latest intelligence from New Orleans, where in the U. S. Circuit Court, the prisoners from Grant Parish are be ing tried, states that the case was turned over to the Jury, on Friday morning last, and up to Sunday morning no verdict had been agreed on. From well authenticated glean ings and rumors it sec ms to be known that the Jury stood eleven for acquittal and one for conviction. Judge Wood's charge to the Jury, which we have read in Saturday's Republican, is a very long, able, care fully and ingeniously composed doc ument, and from first to list leans in the direction of aiming at the con viction of the prisoners. SIn the case of Flack vs. the Corporation, in which the District Court, through a...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 18 March 1874

Agricultural Prospccts in the Sou0thl, A FEW WORDS TO SOUTHERN FARMERS AND PLANTERS. your whole system of agriculture has been revolutionized. In the ante bel lam days you had at your disposal the best possible labor, because it was amenable to discipline, and, like a reg olar army, ever ready to obey the or ders of the commander-in-chief. You have now lost by the arbitrament of' the sword the control of the forces which made your broad fields laugh with annual harvests, and now you finod yourselves burdeDed with an enor mons unproductive landed property, which is more heavily taxed than when it filled your store houses, and grana ries and barns, and furnished nine tenths of the ftreign exchange of the whole Union. What, under these cir cumstances, are you to do1 Your la bor is comparatively worthless, and your land without labor must inevita bly, sooner or later, come under the hammer of thie slherif. We fancy the solution of thle problem is to be found in one wold, and that is gra...

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

MlISCELLANNEOUS. FERG0S0 N& SCHNACK FOUMERRL Y LEVIS & FELRGUSON,) E ~Vol Watchmakers and Jewelers. SOLE AGENTS FOR The Howe Sewing Machines. May 28, l873-tf. The Crescent Spectacles. IMPROVE YOUR SIGHT. THE CHIESCENT SPECTA Cles now oflthreid to the I rPublic are guaranteed super- I jior to all others in the imarket. For clearness and distinctness of visieon they are unrivaledl'Te M arLk the total absence of prismai;itic colors and refractory rays always found in Pebbles renders thema especially desirable. Being ground with great care, they are free from all inipierfectious and impurities They are imountedt in gold, silver, shell, rubber and steel fraies and will last many years without change. For sale only by oar Agents. Fergnuson & Schnack, Jewelors and Opticians, are Sole Agents in Alexandria, La. FiNone genouine without the trade mark stamped on every pair. ManufLec tnred by FELLOWS, IIOLIES & CLAPP, NEW YORK. LOOIK for TRADI)E MtARK. No PED DLERS EMPLOYED. PAT...

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

A, . RACHAL) THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH, (PUBLISHER VOL. 29. ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1874. 1NO. 33. e imocrat., TER TIS: THE DEMOCI;R\T is published Wyeek Iv, at For:i: l)oLi.T.lAs per annum--. TVo DoLtLAus IX) Fi.rr C Nrs for! jix months, PAYABIILE IN AD-1 VA NC E! No subscription taken for a less period than six months. AovERTISEr.rs inserted at the rate of Og l) ,.rcl : per square for the first inscrti,)l and FIFTY CENTS for each subsequent one. EaUIIT lines or less, (n1EVIER) COUSti tute a squ:re. ip:nTcAIY Nutioes, Marriages, Public Meetinlg, C;artls of Thanks, etc., to be paid fur as advertisements. , PIov.t'AL caOs, ithen adnuis sible, charged double the usual adver tising rates, ol JIB F-U-TI G ,, EVERY DESCRIPTION -U1C .tJi LAWYERS BRIEFS, FUNERAL CARDS, IJ[ROULARS, BILL READS, O AR DS, &o, EXECU'I':D WtI t- eatness and ispatoh! -.ANI ON PTREASONABLE TERM8! Ii \)ISOTiUrTE ,I)TV( )I:CES oWTFA1 ed firoin Collrts ut ýtitf':reut ýta~tc 'or desertj01tn &a...

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

E. R. BIOSAT, .............EDITORI OFFICE-CORNER OF SECONI) AND ETLIOT STS. Our Agents. Thomas McIntyre,....... New Orleans J. Curtis Waldo........ " " S. M. Pettenllill & Co.,.....New York ALEXANDRIA, LA." Wednesday,....... March 25, 1871. ''u Trade and traffic in Town at a low ebb-money scarce and hard to finger-price of wood, eggs and such like come down to christian prices choice beef still holds its high price -Parish Court been in session and adjourned with light docket-District Court home again after three weeks' absence and rest-Masonic Fraternity of Alexandria installed officers for a new Lodge in Pineville; fine and pleasing affair from all reports--our Town Fathers nearly through witi complete repairs of the streets--only one son of the green Emerald Isle celebrated St. Patrick's day -mad dogs reported in several localities in the Parish, which should be serious ly looked to- no Post Master as yet -our devil cries for copy and we hand him this minute's doings and are ...

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

The Grant Parish Prisoners. int un LAST DAY)CILARGE OF JUDGE WOODS.' rrI The Circuit Court met at 11 A. M. Judge Woods then read the following th, charge : The indictment is presented against no 9g persons, 9 of h.lom are on trial If here;. J.B.B. dllnt. J. B. Irwin, Donasi ki Lemnoine, Won. Crnikshank, Alfred ile Lewis, Clement Penn, Prudhomme Le- an woine and Austin Gibbons. The indictment is framed under the an sixth sectiou of an act of the United git States of 1668. This section of the act re reads: h "If two or more persons shall band l'i togetlher with intent to deprive any m' ,erson of the rights and privileges giv en him by the constitution and laws, 1P he shill be found guilty of felony, and ]' punished s the court may order; and slh if in the (xecution of this intent he n( shall eommlit any crime or felony, A he shall be punished as such crime or w felny is punished by the laws of the ecr State in which the crime is commit ted."l w The' prisoners are brought to bar up- s...

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

MISCELLANEOUS. FERGUSON & SOHNACK FOIRLERRY LEVIN & FERGUSON,) Watohmakers and Jewelers, SOLE AGENTS FOR The Howe Sewing Machines, May 28, 1873-tf. The Crescent Spectacles, IMPROVE YOUR SIGHT. TIIE CRESCENT' SPEC'TA cles now offered to the Public are garanteed super ior to all others in the market. For clearness and distinctness of vision they are unrivaledl Trade Mark the total absence of prismatic colors and refractory rays always found in Pebbles renders them especially desira:ble. Being gronll with great care, they are free from all imperfections and impurities. They are moun ted in gold, silver, shell, rnulber and steel fraumes and will last many years without change. For sale only by oar Agents. Ferguson & Schnack, Jewelers and Opticians, are Sole Agents in Alexandria, La. [W Nono genuine without the trade mark stamped on every pair. Manuthie tured by FELLOWS, HOLMES & CLAPP, NEW YORK. LOOK for TRADE MARK. No PED DLERS EMPLOYED. PATENT METALLIC BURIAL CASES. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 1 April 1874

4l B. RACHAL) :A. B. IAIAL) THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH. (PUBLISHER VOL 29.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 1874. - -- . -)e iTtracttc . TERMS: THE DEMOCRI AT is published Week l, at FocUr I)oLLAlts per nnnuin Two DO1.LAIN ANt) FIFTY CENTS for pi. months, 1'AY ABL E IN AD VA N C E! No s~uscri'ption taken tfr a less period than six months. ADVERTISIr ENTs inserted at the rate of ONE D1)o)L.TAR per square for the tirst inlsertion and lIFTiry CENTS for each subsequent one. EIS;IIT lines or less, (IIItEV 1III ) consti tute a square. OBrrc.lty Notices, Marriages, Pnblic Meetings, Cards of ThanlIks, etc., to be paiut for as advertisements. L`f P'Et.iNat C.iuUS, %when admis sible, chargidl double the usual cdver t iyin,_' rate~, 1B PIIN-TI('. EVERY DESCRIPTION LAW RS' BRIEFS, FUNERAL C RDS, CIROULARS, BILL HEADS, C A I DS, &o. Fatni and )ispatch! -A-.X ON m` REASONABLE T ERMs I ...... .......... ........ A AISOLUTI: DIVOlRCES OBrAIN-/ eel froru Courts of (litfeitlIlt State f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 1 April 1874

A0uiuiana gff nX M.z E. R, BIOSSAT, ..............EDITOR OrFFICE-CORNER OF SECOND AND ELLIOT STS. Our Agents. Thomas McIntyre,.......New Orleans J. Curtis Waldo,....... " " S. M. Pettengill & Co.,.....New York ALEXANDRIA, LA. Wednesday,.........April 1, 1874. THE WEATHER AND RIVER.-We have for a fact to report the most ex traordinary weather on record for many lonb years; the whole face of the earth is flooded and all plantation works have come to a dead stand still, and sad indeed is the prospect ahead, un ]ess a sudden and good change takes immediate effect. The raise has been falling heavily and steadily the better part of the week, and as we write seems only to be resting to take an other fresh start. The river had risen steadily up to Saturday night, when it came to a stand, only to take a new rise with the commencement of another biginstalment of rain, since which iI has risen four inches. At present we hAve over two feet average bank and some bad fragments of an old levee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 1 April 1874

Tale of Horror. A most important trial is about to came before one of the tribunals of tihe Seine. During the late war, under the government of September, there were coammitted two of the most shocking sets of inhumanity and barbarity that it is impossible to imagine. A peace. ble citizen of Brittany was taken out nod stoned, after which he was buried slive, and a sergent de ville of PariS was drowned in the Seine. There wai still another case worth a passing no' tire. There isan old saying that whet one wants to get rid of his dog he be. gins by accusing him of having hydro phobia. There was a moment when - neighbor could be gotten out of the way by calling him a Bonapartist. An ex-policeman was chased by the crowd for this crime, and took refuge in a house, but was again driven int, the street. The rumor then ran about that he was mad, having been bitter by a mad dog, and a hundred personi pursued him with sticks and stones, killing himin the street exactly as iS lie were a mad do...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 1 April 1874

M. ISCELLANEOUS. FERGUSON & 80HNACK FORBIkEIRY LEVIN & 1'IFEUON,) Watchmakers and Jewelers. SOLE AGENTs FOR The Howe Sewing Machines. May 28, 1673-tf. The Crescent Spectacles. I[1'ROVE YOUR SIGHT. T IIHE CRESCENT SPEc'TA cles ow otffered to the Public are guaranteed sIupe'r ior to all others in the market. For clearness and dllsintictnss of vision they are unrivalel'Trudalark the total absence of prismatic colors and refractory rays always found in Pebbles renders them especially desirable. leing groind with great care, they are free from all imperfections and impurities. They are mounted in gold, silver, shell, rubber and steel fraues tand will last many years without change. For salJi only by oar Ageits. Frgitson & Schnack, Jewelers and Opticians, are Sole Agen s in Alxanudria, La. '- .None genuine without the trade mark stamped on overy pair. Manufae tured by FELLOWS, IIOLIES & "LAPP, NEW YORK. LOOK for TRADE MARK. No PED DLERIS EMPLOYED. PATENT METALLIC BURIAL ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 8 April 1874

. B. BACHAL) THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH, (PUBLISHER VOL. 29.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 1874. INO. 35. TERMIS: THE DEMOCRAT is published Week Fl, at Four. DOLLARS per annum Two DOLLARIS AND FIFTY CENTS for six months, PAYABLE IN AD VAN C E! No subscription taken for a less period than six months. ADVERTISEMIENrTs inserted at the rate of ONE DOt.LAIu per square for the first insertion and FIFTY CENTS for each subsequent one. EIGHT lines or less, (BIEvliER) consti tnte a square. OBITUARY Notices, Marriages, Public Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. [r PESON.AL CARDS, when adnmis sible, charged double the usual adver tising rates. JJB PRINTING. --OF- EVERY DESCRIPTION -sUCH ts LAWYERS' BRIEFS, FUNERAL C0RDS, CIROULARS, BILL E ADS, CAR DS, &o, rXIrCT'I.:) W'rIH atness and Vispatch ! -AND ON 8 REASONABLE TERMJ I' -- I - ABSOLUTE DIVORCE OBTAIN ed from Courts of different State for desertion, &c. No publicity le 'iired. No charge unti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 8 April 1874

E. IR BI10,S.T,.-..............EITOR OFFICE-CORNER OF SECOND ANT) ELLTI T STS.1 Our Agents. Thomas McTntyre........ New Orleans J. Curtis Waldo, ......... " " S. M. Pettenill & Co.,.....New York ALEXANDRIA, LA." Wednesday,....... April 8, 1871. Patrons of lHusbandry, This order -commonly known as Grangers,.in the great West, where it first came into existence, and where last Fall, its good aims in-a political sense were felt, in unison with the Democracy, has been gradmnlly mak ing its steady and honorable way to the South, and is now a fixed institu •ion in our State and one of the pow ers of the land. In fact the honored soil of old Rapides has been newly for rowed by its first foot prints and we can prochdim aloud we Ihave a Grange in our Town', in our Parish. Of course, as the Democrat is not a cultivator of the soil, and can't lay claim to being a farmer boy, and is only a co-laborer in all, which tends to enhance the pros perity and happiness of all mankind in Louisiana, a...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 8 April 1874

General Beauregard to Gordon N Iw ORT.EANs : Feb. 4, 187-t. General J. It. Gordon, U. 8. Senle,. Wat-hbguon, D. C.: Y DEAR :EGrlE.I:.--It is with reluc tance that I ever meddle with political questions, but there are times when it btomes nece.sary to abandon one's re tirenlent, to at id ill r'ealling a whole community from the ruit and desola tion which tbreitws it Iunder the r'le of the bad people who, through briberr. 's.rruptlon an d f.lse sskeaturihg, -iave 'isuiped offices which enable them to control its de:tinr . haut what is sill more painful to beholt is, ith'solle "to the manor born" are ready to p);lli ate the enormities Committed by those deprfdarors of a broken down and'help less cornm n ity. r, To illustrate this I enclose your a-pub lished letter of ex-Governor iP. O. Jler bert, of the 1st inst., directed to the Hlon. )r. Bayard, of the U1. S. Senate, (alcjllated to do us much injury by pre venting the only means likely to give us some relief. I am positive that h...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 8 April 1874

MISCELLANEOUS. FERGUSON & SOHNAOK FORMERRY LEVIN & FERGUSON,) Watchmakers and Jewelers, SOLE AGENTS FOR The Howe Sewing Machines. May 28, 1873-tf. The Crescent Spectacles. IMPROVE YOUR SIGHT. THE 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, Trade .Mrk 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 Agen a in Alexandria, La. ]PNone genuine without the trade mark stamped on every pair. Manufac tured by FELLOWS, HOLMES & '"LAPP, NEW YORK. LOOK for TRADE MARK. No PED DLERS EMPLOYED. PATENT METALLIC BURIAL CASES. TIHE unde...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 15 April 1874

A, B, RACHAL) THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH. (PUBLISHER VOL. 29.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1874. INO. 36, =r--------T~~s .... . TERTES: THE DEMOCRA'r is published Week ly, at FouR I)Ot..\AIts pler annIIl T\we Dorr.ARs AND FIFTY CENTS for sis months, PAYABI, E IN AD VA N C E! No suibscription taken for a less period than six months, ADveIITlIsIENTS inserted at the rate of ONE D)ot..LAt per sqnare for thi tirst insertion, and FIFTY CENTS fo each subseque'nt one, EIGHT lines or less, (UIREVIER) consti. trite a square. OsITUARY Notices, Marringes, Public Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., t( be paid for as adlvertisements. i PERSONAL CAIWR, when admis. uible, charged double the usual adver. tising rates. JJB PRlINTINI' EVERY DESCRIPTION -SUCH .S LAWYERS' BRIEFS, FUNERAL CARDS, CIRCULARS, BILL HEADS, O A R1 DS, &c, EXE:CUTEI) W1'IH ness and ispatch! 1to T REASONABLE TERM' I --U A BSOLUTF I)IVORCES OBTAIN Led fro,) Courts of differenit Stlite :br desertiobn, &c. No pw...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 15 April 1874

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........Aoril 15. 1874. Ii' We rgcret to announce that our bully li;tle St. Mary has again lhad a8me nIl)elt,(:cas:!ll !e.A, in a Ilsilness point of view, and failed to come to time on Monday. Our other Packet, thie Lessio Taylor, i command ol'tWo vetei as, Jobn HtIo;n Pad Di-k Sin no.t. nit;) CIh;nlie Drown Torn. Dow ty and young Compere as cldi·rs, reached homne early Monday and goes down itneta-lly (his day at 1" Pi. W'ithont di:par,getenut to the perfect crow of thu Lessie, we must be ex cased for expressing the speci:al pleas ure of oar community, on once more casting eyes on good tld John Heinn again treading the hlrricanle ro of of s peerless a packet. Success to ode and all of the concern. W'As 'we hi;ted in our last, the Patrons of Hnsbnudry have organiz...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 15 April 1874

ow Things Are Done in the Regu lar Army. Of the 317,9C2 soldiers buried in the national cemeteries the names of 147, pa are n known. A prpi ty commeot ary on the fiuness of West Point gi;il nales to prosecute war on a grand taile. Anl enormol' s arlmy of neiarly 150,00w0cn killed in line of battle, and the conLflsion, recLlessteps, iutdir ferece adl inl),ip.city so great tliat at no hour since the war has it been poa sible to identiy and nmnie a -men of them! 'i'l, known" is chisrelel into Ihe headstones of 147.S":2 graves. Bt; ill spening m0oney on I peso )altional cellt eteries, the army oiliters show neilier incapacity nor iudifierence. In Itiis they are at home. These cemeleries s;eal yre i number seven ly-tilee. New ones )re esialished ;as fast os deah,. or Imnspol;atiou of the q oualnermas ter's depa;tmnlct ean tlurn)ish the rin teld. FPermntelL and eio3e;it s:one wall aie elre·ted by colt(m'tc arouintl the cemetel ies, n ith o nalnuential g.sie w.ayst n(od ell'trances. Orl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 15 April 1874

MISCELLANEOUS. 'RGUSON & S011NACK ,l..:IERIRY LEVIN & FERGUSON,) I; :Tatohmakers and Jewelers. SOL1E AiENTR FORr ± he Howe Sewing Machines, t 'Ily S28, 1873-tf. :'hae Crescent Spectacles. IMPRIOVE YOUR SIGHT. H1E CRESCENT SPECTA clew now offered to the 'n blo are guaranteed super- I to all others in the markot. i learniess and distinct"ness : isin they are unrivaled, *TradeMark t . total absence of prismatic ors and refractory rays always found in !' bles renders thetm especially desirable. . g ground with great care, they are S, fronm all imperfections and impurities. ;',ey are mounted in gold, silver, shell, bil'ler and steel frames and will last liany ,.:ts without change. For sale only by .r Agents. Ferguson & 8thnack, welers and Opticians, are Sole Age s in 1 Alexandria, La. ".None genuine without the trade ,i.irk stamped on every pair. Manufae Sirud by EFLLOWS, HOLMES & CLAPPI NEW YORK. S.i'OK for TRADE MARK. No PED DLERS EMPLOYED. ?ATENT METALLIC BURIAL CASES...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 22 April 1874

A. B RACO H AL) THE WO ZLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH. VOL. 29.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1874. 1NO. 37. I)e UJcmocrnt. TlERM3S: THE DE.MOCRAT'' is publis~hed W\eek ly, at Foul Do-I.AIS per atnunt Two DotL,..\ts AND FIFTY CENTS for ss monthIs, PAYABLE IN AD VAN C E! No subscription taken for a less period than six mothls. ApDVgRTISEIEN'rs inserted at tihe rate of Oss IEDoLu,,,: per sqnare for the irst insertion andl FIFTY CENTS for each subsequent one. ErIoT lines or less, (nREVIER) consti tute a square. OIBITUARY Notices, Marriages, Public Mleetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. P: Pst.so'\ CARDS-, Iwhen admis sible, charged double the usual adver tising rates. 1R1 I M i MIi, J iB PRINTING. -OV EVERY DESCRIPTION LAWY RR,' BRTIRF, FUNERAL C A D , CIBOULARS, BILL HEADS, SAR DF, &o. EXEC'UTEIj WIll- tnes and ispatch! -AND ON RARO.NA1I1, TEIRMi , OLUTE I) VOIWES OBTAIN en d from Courts oaf diffetitit StatA {a"' ~mi&t 4. No publicity me " No ch...

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