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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rapides gazette. — 21 June 1873

-T- ....... .- -- -- - streams are hoer . of the same widths Road Dis~ieCt---i'rrn' Sbj'.rt to Road -a i E.fptions--Pnalty for RIefusi l to Work on RoadA. Sv. 3373. It shall be the dullty of the !', e Juries to divide their I'arish es irta :Ia t i-nV ditsricte as y hey iay think I'c" rI 1 ganr t° iDppoirtment of 0% e-risers of rad,. I - -h-ll annually appoint Oversrersn of ighwys or roads, who are to numi,,n all 1 le persons from the age, of tifteten to fir  five (except Ministers of the I;,,spl.) and such other persos as are or shall h , exempt to meet at such places and times as , to tezam the said Overwersr. shall wrun con- 1 oien to work on the public Iload, : and ber, shall upon such ummUflns, rethse ors to do and perform their d11uv, or ~ and pay the sumr of olne doil!lar dayfor each person so neglecting or re rto be recovered lby judgmenlt ltifor, slice of the Peace of the Parish, and by said Justice to the Ovt r-, rs. and Sim tobe expended in hiring t her hatir weork on...

Publication Title: Rapides Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rapides gazette. — 21 June 1873

NISCELLANEOUS PARlAGRbPlS. C - a FIGuass don't lie except when cooked. t How To sEEP BooKs--Never lend them. THa FIRST MAN LIONIZED--Daniel in the den. A ScaooL roa VocALISTS-Sing Sing Academy. CAPTAIN JACK'S CONUNDRUM-Where are we now? UmLnaLL.As and pancakes are seldom seen after Lent. PRIDE IN PAIn-Savannah boasts of the first sunstroke this season. Mas. MAxoUVERE wants to husband her daughter's resources. How can a man see the point of a joke I when he is the butt? TaH back-bone of winter may be bro ken, but its tail still wags. SEDIMENTS makegood emigrants. They are sure to settle. UTILIZING NATURE's FORCEs--Teaching swallows to skim milk. Lis Is sanaI-Man respires, aspires conspires and expires. THE GRAVE OF UNAPPRECIATIVE GENIUS -The waste basket. "HIGH" notes are strictly avoided by temperance glee clubs. A xMA with ablack-eye insisted on suing for repairs, and not for damages. Now is the time for fresh items about abnormal eggs laid by executive hens. WoMxN in Florida make ...

Publication Title: Rapides Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rapides gazette. — 28 June 1873

IbE____ ~ __ _ "LET US HAVE PEACE." SALEXANDRIA, PARItISHI OF RAPIDES, LA. alseellaneous Selections. A RHYME OF THE RAIN. BY RORSITER JOHNSON. l.:kes blotch upon a beauty. Comines a cloud across the sky; Like an unrelenting duty, Fall the rain-drops from on high; Like death upon a holiday, Lake sleigh-ride upon wheels, Like jilting on a Jolly day, Lake medicine at meals, etas in a storlm preposterous, Of every plin the bane; N',w sullen, and now boisterous, Malicious, inean, or ruisterous, Blut alwa)s moist and moisture-ous, Forever on the gain, And never on the wane, ]:ringing sudden consternation, And a long-drawn botheration, To the men upon the house-top, and the cattle in the plain. ]low it pours, pours, pours, In a never-ending sheet! Ilaow it drives beneath the doors! How it soaks the passer's feet! ]low it rattles on the shutter! HIow it rumples up the lawn! Hlow 'twill sigh, and moan, and mutter, From darkness until dawn- Making human life a burden, Making joy a flimsy wil...

Publication Title: Rapides Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rapides gazette. — 28 June 1873

e ALEXANDRIA, LA. SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1873. j r. G. COMIPTON, Editor and Co Proprieter. W. G. HOWARD.....Publisher. OFFICE: ON I HE CORNER OF SECOND AND MURRAY STREETS. VOL. 5.] [NO.11. OFF'ICIAL JOURNAL OP THE 8tate and Parish, ALSO, OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARItIES OF GRANT AND VERNON TERMS: TuE GAZETTE is published Weekly at Three Dollars per annum ; $2 00 for six months. One Dollar for Threece mouths. IN VARIABLY IN ADVANCE. ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate of *1 00 per square for the tirst insertion and 50 cents for each subsequent one. EltcIIT lines of brevier or a space of one inch constitutes a square, and any number of additional lines over four counts as a square. P'ARTICULAR NOTICE. From this time until further notice, all Judicial Advertisement ind other public mtatter will be set up in brevier type, eight line,, of brovier constitute a square, and the spaco occupied by the heading and sub script ion of Judicial Advertisements count as ifull lines. All printing fees ...

Publication Title: Rapides Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rapides gazette. — 28 June 1873

: n,,,, p *e a:ud collect levee fees or wharf •itr upoU n alstl:~ he.it steaImboatt and ,d u,.r r p ,ater tsaf't iandingK within the Inu,t l ot said City, and generally to make 11 regulatious as they may deem neressary 1I tih,. ,enetit of a;id city. a, 17. Ie, it further enacted, etc., That "he uiayVr shall preside at all mireetiugs of the city council, call meetings of the coun cil when he deems it necessary, and shall vote uporn all qulestions as other lueilubers of the ounucil; and it is furtlher l,irvided, that in case of the absence or inability of the mayor to attend, the city council shall elect one of their members mayor pro tem por, 1 . Be it further enacted, etc., That the mayor and four councilmen, and no le-as hamber, shall constitute a quorunl to trans ,t business ; bilt to levy any tax, toll or ipoest. or to fix any license, or to make ,T appropriation, it shall required a vote ,i the majority of the to,u:cilmen and ay,,or. and the affirmative- and negative of ,such vo...

Publication Title: Rapides Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rapides gazette. — 28 June 1873

MISCELLANEOTUS PARAGRAPiHS. A WOMAN'S printing company is to be organized in St. Louis. THE Italian sardine is fast giving way to the American '" shadine." A LIFE insurance company for women is in process of organization in St. Louis. Gooe potatoes and corn have their eyes and ears about them. "THE good die young." especially dur ing the season of green fruit. THE Vienna Exposition is now called the "Vienna Exposure." Expositions are played out. No objection can possibly be made to receiving an epileptic patient at a hospital because he is in a fit state of health. T'tIE Mexican Minister is of opinion that no trouble will ensue from the McKenzie raid into Mexico. ONE of the Danbury man's clergymen announces the marriage fee at $5; chil dlren half price. C(IRA:Si1HiO'PERI shortcakes and potato bug pies are plenty in the Chinese restau rants at San Francisco. STOCKINGS with red spots are to be worn with low shoes this summer, so that imloqito bites won't show. 'liFE Woman's Journal ha...

Publication Title: Rapides Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rapides gazette. — 5 July 1873

"LET US HAVE PEACE." . ALEXANDRIA, PARISH OF RAPIDES, LA. ,,,, . ; _ ,, . Miscellaneous Selections. THE WHITE FLAG. ,,In Oxford (hngland,) last May, there was much perplexity and surmising among the in habitants regarding the appearance of a white sy,, loating from a staff on top of the city jail. It appeared that the fag was holsted by the gov ,ruor of the prison, to denote the extraordinary fast that, for the nfrat time in many years, he had no prisoners under his charge. According to a time- honored enetom, the prison doors were thrown open, and all persons were allowed to tas in and out accordini to fancy.-Lerdon Daily New#. Upon the cold gray irison-walls The yellow sunshinelies; Upt to the cld gray prlson-walls Men lift their wondering eyes. For there against the English heavens (if softly clouded blue, Borne by the spring winds gallantly, A banner floats in view. And men breathe freer as they gaze, And women shed glad te ars, And little children toss their hands With shrill a...

Publication Title: Rapides Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rapides gazette. — 5 July 1873

ALEXANDRIA, LA. SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1873. T. G. COMPTON, Edltor nd Co Preprletor. W . U. MOWA D .... PMlisher. OFF OI : ON IHE CORNER OF SECOND AND MURRAY SIREETS. VOL. 5.j [NO. 12. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE State and Parish, ALSO, OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISHIE OF GRAN'r AND VERNON ? "- :-- ·-. _-. . , TERM8 : THE (GAZETTE is published Weekly at Three DIollars per annum; *2 00 for six months. One Dollar for Threee months. INIARIABLr' IN ADVANCE. ADVERTIBR.MENTS inserted at the rate of $1 00 per square for the tirst insertion and 50 cents for each subsequent one. ElanT lines of breier or a space of one inch conasttutes a square, and any number of additional lines over four oonta as a square. PA RTICULAR NOTICE. From this time until further notice, all Judicial Advertisement Mad other public matter will be set up in brevier type, eight lines of brevier constitute a square, and the space occupied by the heading and sub scription of Judicial Advertisements awnt as full lines. All printi...

Publication Title: Rapides Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rapides gazette. — 5 July 1873

AN ACT / To amend an act entitled an act to organ- ti iee, arm and equip a uniformed militia' a approved April 5, 1870.) t aucnor 1. Be it resolved by the Senafte sad lonse of Representatives of the State e of oauisian in General Assembly .onven- s 'dbat tie tniformed militia of the State oe shil eobstitute and be known as the Na- a sioJ Guard of the State of Louisiana, and t shTll eohsslt of the present uniformed mli- el tia and uach volunteers as shall enroll o themselves or enlist therein. Sgc. 2. Be it further enacted, etc., That tLety-Ave ao.-commisloned officers., musi- it isas adprivates shall be the minimnnm t one hundred the maximum of the a Pop and company organisation of cavalry a ad infantry, and sixty tion-commnissned t saoere nisicians and privates the mini smm asd one hundred and twenty the or- t ganization shall always exceed the mini- t ema herein specified. N Bee. 3. l it further ennacted. etc.. That d whenevet ay troop, battery or company r shall fall below the...

Publication Title: Rapides Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rapides gazette. — 5 July 1873

IXSCELLJL¶EOUS PARAGRAPHS. Wrt hiation produc s most marriages? !'atc.i-na'ion. A MILwatUKr girl is an accomplished cabiunet-maker. THa body politic of Spain needs spring diet--Dlu and peace. A PATRI-ARCHAL pleasure.on a farm The early and bright rising son. TIU "bassball fever" is eminently "catching" in its nature. ETIQUETr-TE-If you pay a visit, it is not necessary to take a receipt. WHnw bettin, men say they'll take you. take care it's not in. "WHo breaks pays." This does rut :tp lply to railroada,as they pay ºmen to brake. Anvi(ex to landowner. complaining oft poor crops-Dig and man your tild,.l. I'ERI'I.EXING QUESTION-- 'as Bo.toCl eIrived from Boss-Town or Boasting? A ROUND of plessure smetilnes renders it difficult to make things square. MOTTO for aquatic contests-Arma. virumnque, cano. The arms, the man, and the canoe. FoRi rINE may favor fools, but that's a poor reason why you should make a fool of yourself. ('NcI.NATI Is getting herself pretty thoroughly vaccincinnated on...

Publication Title: Rapides Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rapides gazette. — 12 July 1873

"LET US HAVE PEACE." ALEXANDRIA, PARISH OF RAPIDES, LA. * ' - " ------~- -' - gacellaneous Selections. CHICKEN AND EGGS ARE OUT. Yar oRnPHe C. KaEn. P co, hide the coop, there, Betsev, and nail the ben-house stout; 0 We've city-boarders comin', and chicken and h eggs are out.It since W il M. Carleton made us the talk so far d and wide, There's been no end of town-folks for summer board applied. 0 The first one writin' to us,-that preaeher, as he said, About our Jittle rampage and making-up had P read ; (lurStory'd touched his feeltn's, and would we . strive to take ilts family for the season, and some deduction make? bl He only wanted quiet, and simply sun and air, P With eggs and milk and chickens, and such-like country fare ; le wouldn't press for oysters; but veg'tables g an fruit, ti Coult not be served too frequent, himself and U wife to suit. For this he'd give three dollars, for each, all e' round, per week, And hoped our house was roomy-why, dang his 'tarnal cheek ! If I wa...

Publication Title: Rapides Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rapides gazette. — 12 July 1873

ALEXANDRIA, LA. SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1873. T. (-. ('OMPTON, Editer and C" Proprietor. W. G. HOWARD.....Publisher. O F IC : J IHE CORNIFR" OFWCOND AND MURRAY STRFETS. OL.. 5.. - [NO. 13. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE t;atte and Parish, ALSO, OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE r.'li~rl S OF GILW IT AND VERNON TERMS: 'IlE (;AZETTE ji published Weekly a t TI tree Dollars per annum; $200 for six months. One Dollar for 'lThIIeee months. INl'ARIABL" IN ADVAN'CE. ADVEIRTISEMENTS inserted at the rate of *1 00 per square for the tirst insertion and 50 oents for 1;.11h subsequent one. 1:lt;ur lines of brovier or a space of' one inclh constitutes a quare, a:nel any number of additional lIntes over four countsas a square. PA I' IITICULAR NOTICE. l rot this time until further notice, all .blehrlial Adlvertinement and other public le.at tr will hce set up in brevier type, eight !t,,.. ,of br.vir nonstitute a square, and t I, ~Ipa'ce oceupied by the heading and seb Sc riplt in of.lcdicial Advertisemenut count as full...

Publication Title: Rapides Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rapides gazette. — 12 July 1873

larable at sanre Ilae or phlls which the said -mayor and council may direct, semi antnnallv, on the first day ofJaua:rv and July of eaclh car, and as the? liecoine ,dul aball be rreciv:abtl in payment of city tax es and lic.nises; and theprocds ,tlhe sah' of these hIonlds shall constitute and be set apart by the treasurer of said tity as at ;s1t i.tl fund, for the building.of a wharf, of a town hall, of a recorder's ottir[ and city jail and market house, the purchase of a steamt engine, and the cleaniug out of tYouIIg's bIayOU, to secure the prioper drain age of the city; and for the payiment of the itervst tand principal Cf said botns as I hey belcome due it shall I.e the. iupiierative duty of the said mayor and city council, a:lnd they are hereby required, in til ordinainei providing ftor the issue if said bonds, to pro tide. lilst, thtul l aInnual tax shall tie leried upon the real andi personal e-tate of the ciiupOratitnl of said city, according to existing or future State laws ...

Publication Title: Rapides Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rapides gazette. — 12 July 1873

NISCELLAIIEOUS PARAGRAPHS. THE lawyers motto--Suum, cuique. T'n best sense in the worll-itetieence. A FAVORITE ruse with the ladies Charlotterusse. Tnu plea of the crow--"Iear me for my caws !" A PooR wag of a toper claims that he belongs to the no-bill-ity. Tax future "Ijgulators" of society- Boys and their mothers. NEVERa nod to an auctioneer unless you wish either to buy or be sold. COMPLIMENTARY mention of prolific hens should take the form of lays. YorNG men should practice riding calves before they try the veal-ocipede. A rowi. farmer must find his business pleasant--it is the source of such eggs-t' see. A wIFE should be like roast lamb, ten der, sweet, and nicely dressed, with plenty of fixings but without any sauce. A DRAWING ROOM car isagood place for a man to get married in, for there he can become familiar with the sound of the rail. IT is sad, but true, that the initials of Sons of Temperance spell "sot," and that those of the Independent Order of Good Templars stand for...

Publication Title: Rapides Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rapides gazette. — 19 July 1873

"ILET US HAVE PEACE." ALI;EXANI)IIA, PARIsI OF RAPIDES, LA. , ,- ji~ellalleouu Selections. CHARITY CRO-,S. BY MARGARET MAOON. Tintdl are her cheeks with roae: hr is waiting in the SInow i0 thne alling apple-blows. T'inklings of a drlowsY rill 1 ~Ct.e irnm the up;and oerchard bill Niches i4 her drelse to fill. D,,ted is her rustic shawl WiVth the app.e-leavea that tall: I willgght splendors cover all. DIeeper lined than earthly grace, lRst of heaven doth iIt her isce Rejoice In its abiding-place. Charity Cross, it grwetlh late: II.u. il, d durll.. t.r ull wat,. hJust beyond the garden-gale. Leave the apple-blooms to tall, Far-off brook to vainly call Lightly cliub tilhe o charl wall. All your dreanungs softly fold: L.t them dritt away untold In the dlying suet at' goll. Down the path that leads between Fernts and lno sea, shaded green, T'he gauled house is dimly even. Winds, with ipoplar trees at lplay, Chaie with tolting boughs all day Weather-beaten walls ot gray. Open wide the t...

Publication Title: Rapides Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rapides gazette. — 19 July 1873

a ~--- ---~~- v ALEXANDRIA, LA. SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1873 :---2- T. G. COMIPTON, Editor and Co Proprietor. W. G. HiOWARD.....Publisher. OFFICE ON 1HE CORNER OF S;COND AtND MURRAY SIREE!S. VOL. 5.1 [NO. 14. OIF'FICIA L JOURINAL OF TI 3tate and Parish, ALSO, OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE O'Al~I.:-IfES OFP 4;RANT AND VERNON 'PERMS : 'TlIE GAZETTE is published Weekly at Three l)ollars per annum; $200 for six months. " One Dollar for 'Tl'rete mouths. INl' .tRIABLY IN ADVANCE. .\ DVIiiR'rlIEMEIiNTS ih3Srtcd at the rate of :41 0t1) per sqluare for the -ti''; lnsertion and 50 cents for each -lubseqtluent one. I':i;E T lines of brovier or a space of one inch constitutes a square, :tlmd anly number of additional li nes over four counts as a square. 1LPA TI C ULAlR NOTICE. From this time until further notice, all .Iltticial Ailvertisement and other public irmatter will Iw set up i Irevier type, eight lines of brevier constitute a squllarel, and IIhe rpare occupied by the heading and sub , rilpt vii of...

Publication Title: Rapides Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rapides gazette. — 19 July 1873

All public officers shall so recognfi7e such ef fect of a pardon so issued, and shall act a" cordingly toward any such petson whomay have been convicted of any t rime of ,,ttense and the. pordorwd. If ean public oilicer or any other person shall deprive any -n'h person of any civil or political right, pi ivi lege or immunity on the preteil.se that such pernou has beTen convicted of any cfrime o offense, and when such lewisin who may bha' been so c(onSicted shall have been pardoned, such offcer or or person so depriv ing such pertson no pardoned of his civil or political rights, shall be dv.emed to . gull tv of a misdemeanor. and on conviction shall be fined a stium not exceeding one hundred dollars, and may be inmprisontdl at the discretion of the court. or hot,r!. ait. shall fur'eermore he lisblte toan actiotn fo, damagcs in favor of suibh pat doned p,.r ,t: SEC. 3. Be it furtht'r elatited . ... T, : this act, shall have et'ect from :ruil:,It,,r it, passage, and all laws coltlictiu...

Publication Title: Rapides Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rapides gazette. — 19 July 1873

II4CELLANEOUS PARAGlAPHS. SHE who can compose a cross baby is greater than she who composes books. THx potato-rot is said to be caused by the rot-tater-y motion of the earth. THE mystery of the milk in the cocoanut has been eclipsed by the hair on the out side. SAUSAoES are said to be a specific for ague and fever, on account of the canine in them. PrrrsBuao suits some people. It soots them so thoroughly that they have to wash continually. A FELLOW who soiled his coat by rub bing it against a ham. remarked, "So much for Buckingham !" THE girls are forming boat clubs in va rious parts of the country. At present they employ an experienced man to pull the stroke oar. WoMEN are like horses-the gayer the harness they have on the better they feel. We got this from an old bachelor who was early crossed in love. THE old lady who used to dry her clothes on the equinoctial line has gone to Greenland to get the north pole to draw cistern water with. THE Indiana reporte who gave an ac count of ...

Publication Title: Rapides Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rapides gazette. — 26 July 1873

TP; K it----- __ _____ _____ _____ "LET US HAVE PEACE." ALEXANDRIA, PARISH OF RAPIDES, LA. , * , Mji llaneous Selections. THE FRIEND'S BURIAL. aT JoaxN . wrrTTis. L thoughts are all in yonder town, Where, wept by many tears, To-a my mother's frind lays down The bunen of her yearms. True as in life, no poor disguise Of death with her is seen And on her simple casket lies No wreath of bloom and gre,q, Onot for her the florist's 'at The mocking weeds o' wo, But bles.ogs or he o tcle. heart, The love tsat psea,, saow! Yet all about t, seftenng air Of new-bo nto weetnesa tells. Anthe ar1gatberd May-flowers wear Te r oocean shells. The 44d, ssaring miracle  bre'hb as heretofore; Iad earth takes up its parable Of life fom death once more. Here organ swell and church-bel toll Methinks but discord were, The pryerfi silenc of the soul s best beitting her. No sound should break the quietude Alise of earth and sky; - O wandering wind In B&abrook wood, Breathe but a ha-eltard sigh I Sing s...

Publication Title: Rapides Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rapides gazette. — 26 July 1873

ALEXANDRIA, LA. HATURDAY, JULY 26, 1873 T. G. COMPTON, Editor and Co Proprietor. W.Q. H. IOWARD.....Publisher. OFFICE: ( ON HE CORNER OF SECOND AND MURRAY STREETS. --- .... : i --- -------- - VOL. 5.1 [NO.15. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE State and Parish, ALSO, OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE t TIARSHES OF GRANT AND VERNON - - - im TERMS : THE GAZETTE is published Weekly d at Three Dollars per annumn; $20H) d for six months. One Dollar for d Threee months. INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. c ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate of $1 00 per square for the ( first insertion and tO cents for F each subsequent one. EIGHT lines of brevier or a space h of one inch constitutes a square, ( and any number of additional lines over four counts as a square. n PARTICULAR NOTICE. From this time until further notice, all v Judicial Advertisement and other public ii tmatter will be wt up in brevier type, eight p lines of bhrevier eonstit tite a swluire, and t the .pacc oecupied hby the heading and sub- li scription of....

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