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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rapides gazette. — 30 August 1873

ALEXANDRIA, LA. aturdlay, August 30, 1873. C. COMPTON, Editor and Co ropietor. .. g. HOWARD....Publisher. OFFICE: I'E CORNER OF SECOND ANO MURRAY STREETS. 1OL5.1 [NO. 20. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OP THE tate and Parish, ALSO, OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE ,.I:IH lSES OF GRANT AND VERNON TERMS: ITE GAZETTE is published Weekly at Three Dollars per annum ; $2 40 for six months. One Dollar for Threce months. I. VARIABLY IN ADVANCE. XDVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate of $1 00 per square for the tjrst insertion and 50 cents for each subsequent one. EIGUT lines of brevier or a space of one inch constitutes a square, and any number of additional lines over four counts as a square. PARTICULAR NOTICE. From this time until further notice, all Judicial Advertisement and other public mater will be set up in brevier type, eight has of brevier constitute a square, and rbtspace occupied by the heading and sub ,iiption of Judicial Advertisements count ' full lines. All printing fees will be ipecified 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. — 30 August 1873

MISCELLANEOUS PARAGRAPHS. A BALTIMORE wife-beater. without A ,arms, manages to maul hli wife with his best A V\ANNAH man steals his wife' false' flat teeth when he wants to keep her from bona •gadding." for Tuai California Chinamen won't ride tre after a black horse, believing that any ('hinaman who does will soon pine and w die. verts Two :business partners in Cincinnati liked each other's wives so well that they barn both divorced and remarried, and now proc live as happily as can be. A A DRY-GOODS clerk in Springfield, Ill., was much mortified the other dlay because tan a young lady who didn't agree about the and price called him " a miserable elongated dre tape-worm." On THE plans of the new Court-house in cone Chicago are severely criticised. One wri- coal ter says : " The general effect is that of a cigar-box with a pickle bottle at one end the and a lot of pepper castors on top." Eve Tin. club-handled parasols are vindi- larg cating their usefulness. A young lady cost recent...

Publication Title: Rapides Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rapides gazette. — 6 September 1873

h. "LET US AAVl W rE." -__ _ A-LEX ANPI)1IA, PARISH OF RAPIDES, LA. t-; JONES. ,nrTCa man and he lived in Jones- S-:rh Junes is a cougiy of red hills and stones, in I h livedr pretty muchly by getting of loans, nt! his mules were nothing liut skin and boner, i\r his hogs were as fat as his corn-bones, .\n' he'd ' bout a thousand acres of land. r ,.- ran-and his name was also Jones 'i, swor. that he'd lesve them old red hills and stones at. - *r t couldn't make notun' but yellowish cot trn,I iu:, I:tU, of that, and his fences w rotten, i\ I what ttle corn he had that wa boughten, .\i, hbe couldn't get a living from the land. .n i he longer he swore the madder lie got, And he roseand.he walked to his stAble lot; i\rl hie hallooed to Torn tecome tlhre and hititl Fl t , eiagrate soaoewhere where land was rihb, Aw, toI quit raising eock-burrs, thia es and sthb, a\nd wasting their time oel barrnl md. -t him and Tom they hitched up the males, t'ruoteting that folks werd mighty big fools ...

Publication Title: Rapides Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rapides gazette. — 6 September 1873

.5 k ALEXANDRIA, A.. . %atardlagv, eptemnber t41 I 73, T. G. COMPT 1t,'Editor and Co Proprietor. W. G. HOWARD.... Pubhaiher. OFF ICE: Cki iHE CORNER OF SECOND AND'D URRA, STREETS. VOL.5.] INO.21 --- :- :---:- - 1 OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THIE' State and Parish, ALSO, OFFICIAL JO URA L OF THE PAlNISlES OF GRANT AND VERNON TEIRMS: THnt GAZETTE is published Weekly at $2 50 per annuum; $1 2 fol -ix mouths. 1N VARIABLY IN ADVALVCE. .ADVIERTISEMEENTS inserted at the rate of $1 00 per stuare for the tirst insertion and 50 cents for eachi subsequent oie. EIGTr lines of bIrevier, or a space of one inch in any other type a square, anti any number oftr altli tiinal lines over four counts a.s a PAlITICULA.It NOTICE. frn this time until further notice, al1 .tud l.dl Advirtisciuent. ,uad ,thelr publiC m :tter w Ill he lw t ;l I in , r,. ir t tpr- , .cirht lin's of hlrevie'r o'n-ti utt' a hiII, ild th e - ,:W c no t', i el h t . t h e h . ,un i ), : tn t s u lt h :., ri, .ro n of Judi,'ial . ,dv."rt t ...

Publication Title: Rapides Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rapides gazette. — 6 September 1873

The tel.aiou S ety of Me South ae* seld a Csr t deal i filling $ trhe dl i of oaf eountry. in many ltan oear im rtion sco ieeeS mad over tll live labor agents as a postscript to the penphlets and thas they have induced many a foreign amechanic an farmer to settle i% the selting fields and fil valleys of the South.' of tese live labor agents, a promi nest gLeMeaaLmfrom Miamisippi, has sus eeeded in sadingoverfrof Europe, during several years past, over 500 active farmers who have settled in the northern portion of our sister State, and are at present mak ing handsome livings on the farms which tbiq have entered and are working. lMe seeret of the socess of this one man actilg as a labor agent exists in the fact that he teqk over bona AI letters from the tmmifarmnteme themselves, which of ten, ugag nmattoal and unrhetor etl, sted t state of things as the} were men from from the poor man's stand point! 'fh rst rw of these iumigrants were treated very or eitha libealig as a policy; and ...

Publication Title: Rapides Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rapides gazette. — 6 September 1873

UISCELLANBOUS PARAGRAPHS A BALTIMOR wife-beater, without arms, manages to maul his wife with his be feet. l A 8~&v mxa man steals his wife's false teeth when he wants to keep her from b STu California Chinamen won't ride t after a black horne, believing that any Chinsarman who does will soon pine and w die. Two 'basiness partners in Cincinnati w liked each other's wives so well that they b both divorced and remarried, and now live as happily as can be. A DRY-GooDS clerk in Springfield, Ill., was much mortlded the other day because a young lady who didn't agree about the c price called him "a miserable elongated tape-worm." a Tau plans of the new Court-house in Chicago are severely criticised. One wr- a ter says : " The general elect to that of a clgar-lox with a pickle bottle at one end t and a lot of pepper castois on top." - Tau club handled parasols are vindi- h cating their usefiulness. A young lady c recently, at Morristown "laid out" a savage dog with one of these airy tri...

Publication Title: Rapides Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rapides gazette. — 13 September 1873

._ "LET US HAVE PEACE." ALEXANDRIA, PARISH OF RAPIDES, LA. J s c e ll. - - _ .- - - -... - . ... .. ....... ... . . . . .. . _ ... . fiscell* ,neous Selections. JERUSHY. to C Ieo I'nl a ain, John, when the r eck'n they'll like to se ye, 'f ye feel inclined to comre; time when ye're a mind to, there's most always some oa us about. I'm sorry It uappenevd so to-day, that both the gala was out. e. neen't be artio'lar about or bein' home We're in and out onsld'able, and over to Fat'h er's some. But the als ou'll adgood company, espesh'ly 'N I think they'll both on 'em be glad to have ye come again. Jerusah, she's more quiet like-hain't been so much to schooli But I tell ye what, ef I do say it, she ain't no body's h0l : She's more "domestic," as they say, but she knows what she's about, ')iM e eikely yon'll And her to home, ef Sairy Jane >, out. "She's quieter 'n Sairy Jane?" Wal, I should say she was; You'd think so 'f y9 should hear the way that gal gos on--O laws She an 't so sh...

Publication Title: Rapides Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rapides gazette. — 13 September 1873

ALEXANDRIA, LA. atstrdama, Septs r 13th 1STS, T. G. COMPTON, Editor and Co Proprietor. W. G. HOWARD..... P blisher. SOPFZC E: 0 1HE CORNER OF SECOND AND MURRAY STREETS. VOL. 5.] [NO.22. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THU State and Parish, ALSo, OFFICIAL JOURNAL OP rTa PARISHES OF GRANT AND VERNON TERMS : TRE GAZETTE is published Weekly at $t ~5 peranuum;$1 2 for six months. INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. ADVERTISEBENTS inserted at the rate of $1 00 per square for the first insertion and 50 cents for each subsequent one. EioxT lines of brevier, or a space of oue inch in any other type a square, and any number of addi tioual lines over four counts as a square. PARTICULAR NOTICE. From this time until farther notice, all Judieial Advertisement and other public matter will be set up in brevier type, eight lines of brevier constitute a square, and the spaceoccupied by the heading and sub atription of Judicial Advertisements count as full lines. All printing fees will be specified below the body of the adve...

Publication Title: Rapides Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rapides gazette. — 13 September 1873

plnnt of n y person intere , orby infor ion uof the District Attorncy, protem pore and in default of paying sad ne, the an so ofending shall be Imprisoned in the 1 e Parish Jail for not less than five nor more than ten days, for each and every of- whoa fens. ly to e it farther resolved, That the persons ly fin who now have wood within the limits m bove described for sale, shall be allowed in t to keep the wood where they now have it' tr -ntll it is disposed of; provided, that par- bleu ties who have have more than fifty cords nd now there, shall not putmore, until they ave disposed of all not exceeding fifty ot, tordls. od Be it further resolved, That the Public Ferry shall be allowed to keep ten cords of ood at its landing, for its ow nuse. trodi Be it resolved, That from aid after this hte f ye all the Road hands on theright of the .in Pineville Road, from thes erry Land- that , ommencing at Gurringers store to ble i where the 1%olloways Prairie road leaves In a that road, subject...

Publication Title: Rapides Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rapides gazette. — 13 September 1873

NISCELLANEOUS PARAGIRAI HS. CA- a pre:ty woman be a plain cook ? FILonixa has just sent out fifty tons of 'ponges. SALT LAKs CITY has a stock exchange in successful operation. Ax English authoress has written a book to prove how a lady may dress on $75 a year. AND now it appears that the Secretary of the Treasury refuses to endorse the ap pointment of Dr. Mary Walker to a clerk ship. He so informed her when she re iported for duty. A SIGLC. sale of 19,000 head of cattle was recently made on the North Platte, in Wyoming. The average price per head w',s $10.50. the total being $200,000. " KissioG CRO I ET" is the late't. Ac cording to its rules a lady is allowed to move her ball six inches every time she favors her gentlemen opponents with a caress. It is popular all round. " REBECCA .lois, yVO are singing through your nose again," exclained a Wisconsin music teacher, and Rebecca was so mortified that she ran out and jumped into the river, but was rescued. As angler on Trout Lake, 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. — 20 September 1873

"LET US HAVE PEACE." ________ ,--ALEXAND-)RIA, PA-RIS!H OF RAPIDES, LA. . ALEXANDRIA, PAIRISH- OF RAPIDES, LA. 0. idlng with this little worn-out shoe Id scarlet stocking lying on my knee, pdw the little feet had pattered through mte earl-set gates that lie 'twixt Heaven and me, slaaid ie reconciled and hatipy too, And look with glad eye toward the jasper sea. l in the morning, when the song of birds terinlds us of a music far more sweet, I listened for his pretty broken words And for the music of his dimpled feet, Icould be almost happy though I heard So answer, and saw but his vacant seat. I could be glad if, when the day is done, And all its cares and heartaches laid away, I could look westward to the hidden sun, And with a heart full of deep earnangs say: "To-night I'n nearer tomy little one By just the travel of a single day." If I could know those little feet were shod In sandals wrought of light in better lands, And that the footprints of a tender iGod Itan side by aide wir...

Publication Title: Rapides Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rapides gazette. — 20 September 1873

ALEXANDRIA, LA. ,N1at trday, Septmbe JO Ith s 1~, T. a. COMPTON, Editor and Co Proprietor. W. G. HOWARD.... Publisher. OFFICSE: ON 1HE C'FRNR OF SECOND AND MURRAY STRFETS. VOL. 5.] [NO. 23. OFF ICIA L JOURNAL dP THE State and Parish, ALSO, OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE I'A!:I;sIE4 Or GRANT AND VERNON TERMS : THE GAZETTE is published Weekly at $2 50 per annum; $1 25 for six muonths. 1i VAIALBLY 1N ADVANCE. ADVERTISIEMENTS inserted at the rate of $1 00 per square for the ti'st insertion and 50 cents for each subsequent one. EIGn r lines of brevier, or a space of ,ini inch in any other type a square, and any number of addi. tional lines over four counts as a squ lare. PARTICULAR NOTICE. Irom this time until further notice, all Judicial Advertisement aud other public matter will be set up in brlevier typel, eight lines of brevior Countitute a sluare, and t he pace occupied by the heading and sub acrilption of Judicial Advertimiments count an full lines. All printing fees will be blpecitied b...

Publication Title: Rapides Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rapides gazette. — 20 September 1873

jastcrit Drwk9 at the Viem-. sea Exhibitieo. ihe special correspondent of the London : rily Telegraph at Vienna, writing on Au g14t 11, after a week of very hot weather, The American h~rs, three in number, drve a roiing trade. The Austrians have taken to cobblers ans. jule)ls with a hearti t,.,s lI.nrering on enthusiasm, although, tLe.e Ileetarianll (coUpOinlHs being somnewhlat lxpensi e. the lnative consumers eldom goes in for a whole drink all to himself; and ,here are few quainter sights in the bag building. crowded as it i with extraordi nary objects. thin three heavily-bearded id spectitacleed iennllllese sitting round a 1il inarl, -topped table, oxt which stands oe ainber-colored sherry cobbler, their ,re straws plunged into its cool depths, ,ir three heads in chise proximity, their ,,wtrs of suction strained to top pre~~.sre, lest any one qf the three should get the bet ier of his cowlvestors in the beverage to the extent of hlf a teatsr Onful. Under the inifluence of this vi...

Publication Title: Rapides Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rapides gazette. — 20 September 1873

GENERAL BREVITIES. A DAII. paper has been started at Ren ver City, Utah. SO.1ME of the ('hicego new-pa:pers pro )pose to unifornm the Irn'w-.yIH44. eac:h DpJwer pnrhasing unifornls for a c.ertain iniumxr. 'I'HE Desi Moines Iadies' IIre.s Ieform Association ha'tve r8esolvted to looemn or dis :u~r corsets. abolish dnres.-trinlnuing, and adopt short skirts tir walking-dfresses. TimE total Inumelr of imllligrants into the United States fir the quarter ending I)ekmiwber 31. 1872. was M).227. or very nearly J.(MXX) lr dlay. incldlng Sundlays. :7.:3:J were from i;ernnanuy. 14.2-2J from England, and 9',1666 from Ireland. A voux; manu in Peoria sought to 4' etinr his swetheart by strategy : so lie took her out for a boat ride and threatetie to juimpl overxtrd inito the lake it ahe wouldn't marry Wim. It did not work. Sihe offleredl to 'lt hinl t dollar that Ihe ldaLrn't dive in. WE alre curiously rellildlhel that the new world is bhecomning an11 ol, worhl by the nr celnit discovery of ruin...

Publication Title: Rapides Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rapides gazette. — 27 September 1873

"LET US HAVE PEACE." _ ALEXANDRIA, PARISII OF RAPIDES, LA. 0 aneous Selecio s. In the evening, when Winifred had left uerstition reee--Sti onal- thnt thv Idred ialrm. h .... I , Jibcellaneous Selections. PULPIT FLOWERS. I L, the flowe.rsi ,live their lints and rac.4e, I heir radiant b.eauty. and theilr odlors sweet; Ani evere, bhere 1 Iw)k on their bright face;., I hold their iresence sweet. Poor Is the home, though grand, that has no gar. den, 1l hre Spring's dirat breath in the pale snow drop blows; And where the. perfect June to its fair warden I 'ays liet in blushing rose. Dear to my -ight are blossoms at Love's altar, l'at drop their fragrance on the timid bride White seals of faith, too strong and pure to lkl *hatever lot betide. Nr welcome less pale flowers before the chancel 'That quivering hands upon the cofln spread, W here their celetial beauty seems to cancel C The duat-doom of the dead. 4Ph. beautiful alike In Joy and sadness, To crown the pallid bride of Love or Death:...

Publication Title: Rapides Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rapides gazette. — 27 September 1873

ALEXANDRIA, LA. Saturday, Septemsber 97t 1 875, c T. G. C.O PTON, Editor and Co Proprietor. W. G. HOWARD.....Publisher. 8 OFFICE: ON 1HE CORNER OF SECOND AND MURRAY STREETS. e VOL 1.] [NO. 24 OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE State and Parish, a ALSO,  OFFICIAL JOURNAL r OF THE PARISIIES OF GRANT AND VERNON TERMS : THE GAzase is published Weekly at $2 50 per annum; $1 25 for d six months. INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. t ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the e rate of $1 00 per square for the first insertion and 50 cents for each subsequent one. a EIGHT lines of brevier, or a space of one inch in any other type a square, and any number of addi- , tional lines over four counts as a t square. PI I= PARTICULAR NOTICE. - a From this time until further notice, all o Judicial Advertisement and other public t' matter will be set up in brevier type, eight t lines of brevier constitute a square, and p the spaceoccupied by the heading and sub- o scription of Judicial Adv.ertisements count ij as full lines~ All prin...

Publication Title: Rapides Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rapides gazette. — 27 September 1873

breast and head; his brains are at least one fourth shot out. lie has no weapons about his persons; hLa'25 cents in woney in his po~ketbcok. Jane Woods being sworn, state.; I was picking cottonl yesterday in the Is:t:ac I)oy al field, the one next to hitoutnI S , thur teen miles from Columbia; i11',- ittl· son Charley Wright was with rme; about threse o'clock I heard three reports of guns at the big road; about one hour and a half aft,.r wards I started utter water; had to go by , where the gunls tired: otl going after w:ater I saw the tCen lying down, buiit thou,;zht that they wore peamenlL asleep; on return ihig I saw that the two men were dead; I then went to the house and informed John Doyal and others, I did not see or hear any persons, only heard the giulm tiring; I k:ow nothing further about the killing. J. Richard Cottingham being sworn, states: I have made an examination of tracks made here on yesterday. One of t the tracks which attracted amy attention was made by a person...

Publication Title: Rapides Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rapides gazette. — 27 September 1873

MISCELLANEOUS PAGRGRAPHS. Tax trotting mares Goldsmith Maid and Lucy make their journeys in their own ti private stable car, which is elegantly and bl expensively fitted up. ne A ooRJBsroNDTrr of the New York P Mail says that "kissing a lady with an tt Elizabethan ruff on is about as much fun u as embracing a circular saw in full mo tion." a' AT Virginia City, Montana, wheat is I selling at fifty cents a bushel. Cattle are being driven by the thousand to Nevada and Utah, there being absolutely no home º market. tih PaoP. HAYDN, in charge of the Colo- no rado Exploring expedition, has already fa collected and forwarded to Washington tt two hundred and twenty-seven different in varieties of North American grasshop. fr per. 01 AN English reviewer says there is more ac poetry written now in one year than was T written during the whole of the eighteenth de century, and dyspepsia has !ncreased in w the same proportion. tl A DzLawans man purchased his coffin, tl made his will, dug his gra...

Publication Title: Rapides Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rapides gazette. — 4 October 1873

"LET US HAVE PEACE." VOLUME V. ALEXA)I, LA., SATRDAY, OCT'OBER 4, 173. N 25. _______NUMBER 25. SEPTEMBER. sr time of year, you know, when the summer beginning Co sadden, fal;-moouned and il'er-mlsted, glides from the heart of -September Mourned by dionsolatel crickets, and iterant All th still ngh ongom the ripened abund ance of gardens; Then, ere the boughs of the maples are mantled with earliest Iautumn, But the wind of autumn breathes from the or chards ata ightfall, Full of winy pertume and mystical yearning and languor; And in the noonday wood you hear the foraging flufrre.ls, And the long, crashing fall of the half-eaten not roin the tree-top; When the robins are mute, and the yellow-birds, haunting the thistles (h eep, and twitter, and hit through the dusty lanles and the loppina*, When the pheasant fbon from your stealthy foot In the corn-flchl, Andl the wild pigeons eed, few and shy, in the acokeberry bushes; When the weary landlie: hushed, like a seer Ina visiaon And your ...

Publication Title: Rapides Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rapides gazette. — 4 October 1873

t Oaipibcs T ctt. bereoft) ily disco to the i are." A thal's et follown ALEXANDRIA, LA. fectly aturday,Oetober 4, 1873. an the _8ý > - -- poet of T. G. COMIPTON, Editer and Co- dow of Proprietor, took th W. G. HOWA D .....P b lib4er* and op help tb OFF ICE = fit amo ON 1HE CORNER O SECOND AND MURRAY laewe STREETS. neatly --out to OFFICIAL JOURNAL whence OF THE move i Sta.te and Pariah, ready. ALSO, it seen OFFICIAL JOUIRNAL got a open t OF THE grs tl PARISHE8 OF GRANT AND VERNON his da TERMS : gener Tix GAZETTE is published Weekly their1 at $2 50 per sonam; $1 25 tir jectur six months. hutch INVARIIABLY IN ADVANCE. plund ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the good rate of $1 00 per square for the first insertion and 50 cents for each subsequent one. EIGHT lines of brevier, or a space of one inch in any other type a were square, and any number of addi- on tional lines over four counts as a dotte square. latst, of the PARTICULAR NOTICE. tiona room From this time until further notice, all p...

Publication Title: Rapides Gazette
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