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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 25 October 1913

i : PARISH NEWS. Election Commissioners. Names of Commissioners and Clerks ;for the general election to be held cn 'Tuesday, Oct., 28, 1913. ' 1st. Precinct Ward 1, Poll 1, St. Clair. }. Commissioners: Ogden Smith, Jr. G. Delassus, Ed. J. Rodriguez. Clerk, I. S. Lothrop. 1st. Precinct, Ward 2, Poll 2, Belair. (Commissioners: G. A. Ford, Frank iCavalier, Lucien Carro. Clerk, Dr. C. t. Seagle. 2nd. Precinct, -Ward 2, Poll 3, iPhoenix, (Leopold) !.: Commissioners: Wm. Cross, Jr., 'Henry Delese, Andrew Schneixnaydre, Clerk, Wiltz Lafrance. : 1st. Precinct, Ward 8, Poll 4, Court :House. i: Commissioners: 'Louis Dureau, Paul D. Hingle, Adolph Martin. Clerk, L. (t Fontenelle. ': 2nd. Precinct, Ward 3, Poll 5, Nestor anal. . Commissioners: Wmin. Tabony, Al in Lee, Jos. Waltzer. - Clerk, Edward imes. 1st. Precinct, Ward 4, Poll 6, Harris oaostShed. Commissioners: Henry Fox, Chas. ogt, Jr., James Edgecomb. Clerk, larence Henritzy. 2nd. Precinct, Ward 4, Poll 2, Nich las (Preusch) Commissioner...

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 25 October 1913

VICTOR SAFES The best Fire and Burglar Proof Safes for the prices made in the World. THIS safe is first-class in every respect, and weighs about 700 pounds. It stands 33 inches high, 22 inches wide and 24 inches deep. its inside net dimensions are 19 inches, high, 13 1-2 inches wide and 13 inches. deep. It contains a steel suhtreasury 5 x 6 x 9 inches with duplicate flat keys .and metal cash tray, drawer and two pigeon holes under subtreas ury, bookspace 19x8 1-4x13 inches. This safe has a special inside Bessemer No. 4 steel door covering entire front of safe, with duplicate flat key lock. This is tne great postal service, express and railroad safe also parish official safe. This No. 4 safe reaches a large class of business men who want a reliable safe yet at as low a price as is possible. Many large offices are supplying one of these safes to each department in preference to supplying one large safe orvault, the cost being so much less. The retail price of this safe is $60.--hut ou...

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 1 November 1913

he ower oast e ee. Devoted to the Interest of the Lower Coast Altre, Horticulture Fisheries and Commerce. Vol. V. POINTE-A-LA-ACHIIE, LOUISIA SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1913. II ~~~~I • Nn a na i i iimR nn iu • ,n u • • I i 1 i11 . - ·1",?i II I· .. P"' . . , "h LATEST _NEWS. STATE, NATIONAL AND FOREIGN STATE NEWS. John C. Covington, aged 22, a book keeper fit the office of the R. G. Hol zer Manufacturing Company of New Orleans and married, shot himself dead while telephoning to "Babe" Marshall, a cabaret entertainer. He leaves a wife and a child who is two years old. Covington spent Holzer's money. Holzer noticed bungles in the books. An auditor was going to check up Covington's accounts. Cov ington saw death and prison and pre ferred death. "Babe" Marshall had made him face this choice.' "Babe' Marshall heard him die. No one snall do "Babe" Justice. "Babe" never knew nor cared where 'the money Covington spent came from. - Congressman Lewis Morgan om Ba ton Rouge believes the establish...

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 1 November 1913

The Lower Coast Gazette PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY The Lower Coast Gazette Co. Pointe-a-la-Hache, Louisiana. -:OFFICIAL ORGAN OF: PLAQUEMINES PARISH POLICE JURY, ENGLISH TURN DRAINAGE DISTRICT, RIVERE Aux CHENES DRAINAGE DISTRICT, PLAQUEMINES PARISH ROAD DISTRICT NO. 1, . LAKE- BORGNE BASIN LEVEE DISTRICT, - , BELLE CHASSE DRAINAGE :DISTRICT, TERMS:--ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. Entered at the Pointe-a-la-Hache Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1913. Simon Leopold, Delegate. * THE Parish of Plaquemines has again honor ed itself a's well as our distinguished fellow citizen, Simon Leopold, by electing him a dele gate to the Constitutional Convention .that be gins its deliberations at Baton Rouge next Mon day week, November 10th. .We sincerely con gratulate Mr. Leopold upon his election. His popularity is manifested in the fact that he has had no opposition whatever, and the vote for him has been practically unanimous, a rare thing in political circles, and espe...

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 1 November 1913

7 I PARISH NEWS. Pointe-a-la-Hache. A light frost fell here on Thursday morning. Miss Etta Schayot spent Saturday and Sunday with friends in New Or leans. Dr. F. R. Singleton attended the meeting of the Mississippi Valley Med ical Association in New Orleans last Saturday. Dr. Wm. H. Pipes was a visitor in Pointe a la Hache Monday. Hon. Joseph Savoie was a visitor here Tuesday. Hon. Sitnon Leopold was in Pointe a la Hache for a while Tuesday. Mrs. Chas. Lavignette was a visitor to New Orleans Thursday. Hon. E. A. Schayot was in New Or leans on business Thursday. Mrs. Edwin C. Kohn is visiting rel atives in Algiers. Mr. Clay A. Cosse was in New Or leans Saturday. Today, Saturday, November 1st, brings us once more to the annual festival for the dead-All Saints Day. The usual services will be held at St. 1 Thomas Church and Cemetery and the ' flowers of rememberance laid on the tombs of those who have passed on I into the great Silence. i By some regretable oversight, the 9 Gazdtte fail...

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 1 November 1913

VICTOR SAFES The best Fire and Burglar Proof Safes for the prices made in the World, THIS safe is first-class in every respect, and weighs about 700 pounds. It stands 33 inches high, 22 inches wide and 24 inches deep, its inside net dimensions are 19 inches high, 131-2 inches wide and 13 inches deep. It contains a steel subtreasury 5 x 6 x 9 inches with .duplicate flat keys and metal cash tray, drawer and two pigeon holes under subtreas ury, bookspace 19x8 1.4x13 inches. This safe has a special inside Bessemer No. 4 steel door covering entire front of safe, with : duplicate flat key lock. This is the great postal service, express and railroad safe also parish official safe. This No. 4 safe reaches a large class of business men whd want a reliable safe yet at as low a price as is possible. Many large offices are supplying one of these safes to each department in preference to supplying one large safe or vault, the cost being so much less. The retail price of this safe is $60.-but our...

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 8 November 1913

The Lower CoastGazet e. . t " , ,.c 1.. . :.' . . . i , I ..,l ;, . .! . .. :r . . . . .. ,_ /. ; ···· . .· .. .1. Devoted to the Interest of the Lower Coast Agriculture,. Horticulture. Fisheries and Commerce. Voli POINTE-A-LA-HACHE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1913. No. S5. The Biwaite Factory in the.First Ward Travt over the shell road we have noted c that cantting on Carnaervon and Scarsdale t] plantatiohas begun for the great Braith- tl waite faý at Orange Grove, and we pre- e . sume thats now in full swing, grinding the off-cominAne crop. On the Frisco switch a below the i we saw a large train of Frisco cars laden ,h sugar cane that we understand e came fron rest Baton Rouge. 'There is a splendid crof cane on Stella plantation as it ', shows up :~ the public road, but all of the i cane on theýwer Coast East bank would be t but a fractirof what the factory could con- C sume duringie grinding season. The latest \ports that we have heardi now t concerning to factory are to th...

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 8 November 1913

Aye,,lbertune f ound'ed on 1Wllam CG de PIeY Play YMH7 P12R/us2Raod a /oýolc have guesP.d his brain contained a .olitary thiought beyond the possible winnin.g of a move in his cherished .political game.. The moment Standish was gone, Grace collaised. She sank down be side the desk table, helpless to move or think. Everything was in a black whirl. The hour which for years she had dreaded; for which she had so long and so carefully prepared. She moved convulsively. The motion. brought her hand in contact with the cold metal of the telephone on the table before her. And- with the touch came inspiration. Catching up the in strument she unhooked the receiver. "Miss Kelly," she called tremulously. "Is that you? You know my voice. I --4 am alone here-Can you come, please? At once. I must see you Oh, thank, you- At once, please." = She rose unsteadily to her feet, as might a half-senseless pugilist who will not yet give up a hopeless fight. CHAPTER XIV. An Odd Alliance. The sound of a step ...

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 8 November 1913

PARISH NEWS. Pointe-a-la-lache. Messrs. Simon Leopold, Clarence Henritzy and M. Budinsky were here Wednesday on business, The Lower Coast Construction Com pany has received its large dredge, which was purchased in Mansfield, Ohio, and it will be used in the con struction of the new levee at Caernar yon. This work is being done under the supervision of the United States Engineers and will require a great quantity of earth. The dredge has a capacity of 2,000 yards per day, and will do service not only at this point, but at other places on the Lower Coast. Mr. H. E. Clark, of the firm of Clark Kranebell Co., of Chicago, Ill., was in Pointe a la Hache Wednesday. Mr. Clark's Company is interested in lands iu Plaquemiues parish. Mr. Joseph Cosse, who has been working on the dredge at Caernarvon, is home for a few days. Mrs. Philomene Ballay Lassus. Mrs. Philomene Ballay Lassus, wid ow ot the late Edward Lassus, died last Friday at the home of her daugh ter, Mrs. Paul Hingle, aged 72 years...

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 8 November 1913

VICTOR SAFES The best Fire and Burglar Proof Safes for the prices made in the World., THIS safe is first-class in every respect, and weighs about 700 pounds. It stands 33 inches high, 22 inches wide and 24 inches deep, its inside net dimensions are 19 inches high, 13 1-2 inches wide and 13 inches deep. It contains a steel subtreasury 5 x 6 x 9 inches with duplicate flat keys and metal cash tray, drawer and two pigeon holes under subtreas ury, bookspace 19x8 1-x13 inches. This safe has a special inside Bessemer No. 4 steel door covering entire front of safe, with duplicate flat key lock. This is the great postal service, express and railroad safe also parish official safe. This No. 4 safe reaches a large class of business men who want a reliable safe yet at as low a price as is possible. Many large offices are supplying one of these safes to each department in preference to supplying one large safe or vault, the cost being so much less. The retail price of this safe is $60.-but our a...

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 15 November 1913

The Lower Qoast Gazete. Devoted to the Interest of the Lower Coast Agriculture, Horticulture, Fisheries and Commerce. Vol. V. POINTE-A-LA-HACIIE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1913. No. 46. LATEST NEWS. STATE, NATIONAL AND FOREIGN STATE NEWS. The Constitutional Convention be gan on November 10, at Baton Rouge, La. Ex-Governor Blanchard was unan imously elected chairman. Chas. J. Theard, of Orleans, and Robt. B. But ler, of Terrebonne, were elected vice chairmen. Six bills were introduced at the first session. One was Govern or Hall's bill, one from, T. E. Flour noy, a Monroe banker, one from W. O. Hart, of New Orleans, all of these touching on the State's bonded debt problem. Chas. J. Theard introduced the New Orleans Sewerage and Wa ter Board bill providing for a salary for the president of the Board. "Bob" 'Ewing, owner of the New Orleans Daily States, editorially op poses the Theard measure. His ward member, B. P. Sullivan, is opposing the Theard bill vigorously. Senator Park...

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 15 November 1913

The Lower Coast Gazette PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY The Lower Coast Gazette Co. Pointe-a-la-Hache, Louisiana. -:OFFICIAL ORGAN OF:- PLAQUEMINES PARISH POLICE JURY, ENGLISH TURN DRAINAGE DISTRICT, RIVERE AUX CHENES DRAINAGE DISTRICT, PLAQUEMINES PARISH ROAD DISTRICT NO. 1, " LAKE BORGNE BASIN LEVEE DISTRICT, BELLE CHASSE DRAINAGE DISTRICT, TERMS:-'ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. Entered at the Pointe-a-la-Hache Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1913. Possible War With Mexico. THE daily newspapers are doubtless keeping our readers well advised as to the possibility of a war with Mexico and while there is no par ticular evidence of it thus far, Plaquemines Parish may be called upon with all the rest to furnish volunteer soldiers. It is a pity that the musical element is less strong at Pointe a la" Hache now than a few years ago, or we might develop a martial spirit in that way with fife and drum, the old timers coming to the front, but military movements in these l...

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 15 November 1913

S PARISH NEWS. j Pointe-a-la-Blache. Mrs. B. A. Favret and children, Bernard and Sophie Marie, are spend ing the week with relatives in New Orleans. Mrs. Pierre Hingle is in New Orleans this week undergoing treatment for her eyes. Mr. W. Barton has moved his family from Doullut's Canal and they are, now occupying the Mevers cottage north of the court house. Mr. Gustave Favret is visiting in NeW Orleans. One of the new improvements in Pointe a la Hache is a concrete side walk in front of the residences of Messrs. Mevers and Livaudais. Pointe a la Hache was filled with visitors Sunday. Several automobile parties came down from New Orleans and spent the day hunting and fishing. Sheriff Albert Estopinal Jr., with a party of friends enjoyed a duck hunt in Plaquemines parish this week. Miss Beulah Borne came down Thurs day to spend a while with relatives. Mr. B. A. Favret made an automo bile trip to New Orleans Sunday even ing. Belle Chasse. One of the social events of the week in the upp...

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 15 November 1913

VICTOR SAFES The best Fire and Burglar Proof Safesfor the prices made in the World. IIIS safe is first-class in every respect, and weighs about 700 pounds. It stands 33 inches high, 22 inches wide and 24 inches deep, its inside net dimensions are 19 inches high, 131-2 inches wide and 13.inches deep. It contains a steel subtreasury 5 x 6 x 9 inches with duplicate flat S_ keys and metal cash tray, drawer and two pigeon holes under subtreas ury, bookspace 19x8 1-4x13 inches. This safe has a special inside Bessemer No. 4 steel door covering entire front of safe, with duplicate flat key lock. This is the' great postal service, express and railroad safe also parish official safe. This No. 4 safe reaches a large class of business men who want a reliable safe yet at as low a price as is possible. Many large offices are supplying one of these safes to each department in preference to supplying one large safe orvault, the cost beingso much less. The retail price of this safe is $60.-but our a...

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 22 November 1913

The Lower ost Gaze te. Devoted to the Interest of the Lower Coast Agriculture, iorticulture. Fisheries and Commerce. Vol. V. POINTE.A-LA-IACHIE, LOUISIANA, SATIRDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1913. No. '7. LATEST NEWS. STATE, NATIONAL AND FOREIGN STATE NEWS. Assistant Secretary of the Navy, Roosevelt, closlIy inspected the Newa Orleans Naval Station. The Secreta- t ry's remarks indicated that he favor ed its re-opening. He said there were b too many Atlantic Coast naval sta-j tions. He said the opening of the na val yard in New Orleans would be at good economic investment if the Warp department, the Treasury department r, and the Department of C6mmerce would use it. Four thousand Southern Pacific En- 1 gineers and trainmen quit work. The r, company refused to treat with a joint committee of the unions, but did not refuse to treat with the unions indivi dually. For three days the railroad moved no freight On Monday at 1 p. m. the strike ended. The com pany agreed to confer with the joint il feder...

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 22 November 1913

The Lower Coast Gazette PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY The Lower Coast Gazette Co. Pointe-a-la-iache, Louisiana. --:OFFICIAL ORGAN OF: PLAQUEMINES PARISH POLICE JURVY, ENGLISH TURN DRAINAGE DISTRICT, RIVERE AUX CHENES DRAINAGE DISTRICT, PLAQUEMINES PARISH ROAD DISTRICT NO. 1, LAKE BORGNE BASIN LEVEE DISTRICT, BELLE CHASSE DRAINAGE DISTRICT, TERMS:--ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. Entered at the Pointe-a-la-Hache Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1913. Shell Roads in Plaquemines Parish. THE old adage is that a little leaven leaven cth the whole mass. The success of the shell road on the East bank seems to be rapidly af fecting the people of the West bank of the riv er and inclining them to tax themselves for a shell road from Belle Chasse down. The fact that the modern automobile practically annihil ates distance, arid to those who have them un der their control' enables them to go and come l6ng distances in a very short space of time and this is revolutionizing the...

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 22 November 1913

PARISH NEWS. Pointe-a-la-tlache. Miss Philomene Hir.gle went up to New Orleans Saturday to see her mother. Judge R. E. H.ogle held court in St. Bernard the first of the week. Dr. F. R. Singleton was a visitor to New Orleans Saturday. Hon. Mare Cogrrevich was a visitor here Thursday. Dr. H. L. Ballowe was a visitor here Monday. Mr. B. A. Favret spent a few days in New Orleans the first of the week. Mr. Jos. C. Cosse visited his son, Mr. Louis Cosse and family at Happy Jack last Sunday. Mr. Walter Andignac visited his mother here Monday. Notice to Trespassers. Lawrence P. 0. La., 11-19, 1913. To the Editor of the Lower Coast Gazette: Dear Sir:-Once I gave a few gentle men friends of mine permission to shoot birds on my Magnolia Plantation for one day. Since then daily, a num ber of persons, without asking permis sion have swarmed the place and the bang, bang of their guns has been al most incessant. They do not even re spect the Holy Sabbath. The last two Sundays six or seven persons ...

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 22 November 1913

VICTOR SAFES The best Fire and Burglar Proof Safes for the prices made in the World3 THIS safe is first-class in every respect, and weighs about 700. pounds. It stands 33 inches high, 22 inches wide and 24 inches deep, its inside net dimensions are 19 inches high, 131-2 inches wide and 13 inches deep. It contains a steel subtreasury 5 x 6 x 9 inches with duplicate flat keys and metal cash, tray, drawer and two pigeon holes under subtreas ury, bookspace 19x8 1-4x13 inches. This safe has a special inside Bessemer No. 4 steel door covering entire front of safe, with duplicate flat key lock. This is the great postal service, express and railroad safe also parish official safe. This No. 4 safe reaches a large class of business men who want a reliable safe yet at as low a price as is possible. 1Many large offices are supplying one of these safes to each department in preference to supplying one large safe or vault, the cost being so much less. The retail price of this safe is $60.-but our...

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 29 November 1913

The Lo wer Ca stz ette. Devoted to the Interest of the Lower Coast Agriculture, Horticulture. Fisheries and Commerce. Vol. V. POINTE-A-LA-HACHE, LOUISIANA,' SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1913. No. 18. IIm! · __~ ___ _ __ LATEST_ NEWS. he thei riot STATE, NATIONAL AND FOREIGN $40 STATE NEWS. son Prof. J. G. Lee, of the Southwestern Industrial Institute, at Lafayette, is Bol concluding a series of hog feeding H. tests. It was proven that it takes ap- Val proximately 700 pounds of rice polish, thil 222 pounds of corn and wheat shorts fiftt and 336 pounds of shorts when fed ma alone, to produce 100 pounds of hog hui gain.. inti The Louisiana Women's Christian. m Temperance Union will not go on re- ten cord as supporting woman suffrage. Vic This was indicated at their Slidell con- eig vention begun Saturday, November 22. Cal Mrs. A. C. McGinney, of Ruston, is the president of the Union. fan There will be no Vermilion Parish Col Police Jury Democratic primary, be- fiel cause the farmers are now ...

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 29 November 1913

The Lower Coast Gazette abov PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY whic The Lower Coast Gazette Co. earl Pointe-a-la-Hache, Louisiana. f also -:OFFICIAL ORGAN OF:- com PLAQUEMINES PARISH POLICE JURY, ite si ENGLISH TURN DRAINAGE DISTRICT, RIVERE AUX CHENES DRAINAGE DISTRICT, to SE 'LAQUEMINES PARISH ROAD DISTRICT NO. I, doin; LAKE BORGNE BASIN LEVEE DISTRICT, BELLE CHASSE DRAINAGE DISTRICT, deal TERMS:--ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. '1 fron Entered at the Pointe-a-la-Hache Postoffice as wha Second Class Mail Matter. at that SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1913. all Democracy in Danger. the .Dmorayors, JAMES Buchanan who was elected to the repi presidency of the United States in 1856, was posi seemingly a weak man. In 1860, with four 'thu: great tickets in the field, the democratic' party and having divided in convention and one branch con having nominated John C. Breckenridge and con another Stephen A. Douglas for the presidency pas and'the old Whig party split into two parts, one Wi part nominating Abraham...

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