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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 15 May 1908

TEACHERS AIDING ITALY. t Edat oanil Progress Illiteracy Is Decreasing W, of education in Italy, Will easroe, of the State Normal Westfield, Mass., holds that of progress are manifested , notwithstanding the fact Italy shares with Po~ugal and the primacy of illiteracy among a5tlons of western Europe. Mr.  e observations, of which ad sheets have recently been is form a chas4ter of the report 1 the United States commissioner d llsorn for 1906. glcy," he says, "has decreased I0 cent. among the male popu mn over six years of age since l sad 27 per cent. among the fe 'r There is today 25 per cent. fgmlacY among army recruits Shrty years ago, and 16 per Is. b among naval recruits. The I ad central provinces prog Sig rapldly than the northern but even in the former and Papal States, where at tjs of unification, the illiteracy as highest-in the case of the Sloluding 93 per cent. of the population-there are hopeful There are but 2 per cent. of in Turin and 3 per cent. gMl today, as agains...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 15 May 1908

ELECTION DAY LAW ACT eLOSING SALOONS ON THAT DAY WORTHLESS. SAYS DISTRICT ATTORNEY WAX Measure Fashioned in Haste. Judge' Branot Says That Conclusion Reached By OMcial Seems to Have Substantial Basis. Baton Rouge.-The Act of the legis fature requiring the saloons to be elosed on general election day is worth 1 less, and no indictments of the sa loon men of Baton Rouge will be brought in under it. as asked for by the ladies of the Home Protective League of Baton Rouge. This is the opinion by District Attorney Wax, which opinion he gave the grand jury at its sitting a few days ago. On April 21, general election day, not a saloon in Baton Rouge was closed, and publi cation was made of the fact. The La dies' Home Protective League took up the matter and addressed com munications to Judge Brunot, Dis trict Attorney Wax and the foreman of the grand jury. calling their at tention to this violation. District At torney Wax went carefully into the law, and he says that Act 152 of 189S. requir...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 22 May 1908

THE TENSAS GAZETTE NEW SERIES VOL.'XV. ST. JOSEPH. LA., FRIDAY, MAY 22. 1908 NO. 35 Deep Price Cuts in Fine Of Special Interest to Out of Town Orders are fil- We repay freight charges $5Silk Underskirt3 $2500, $30.00 ad Wash Goods. Men. led promptly through our on mail orders of $5.00 Heavy Black ustin T Pet 33-inh hit atiste Claire, er ModernRushMailOrderSys- or over : : : : : :  t . i full with 18 .Silk S sheer quality, actual value 50e. Men's Cassimere and Tropical wor- tem, which is the best and We are strictly a one price andh i, at $17.50. Sted trousers, patent button:, belt ost satisfactory ever rend- house, and we treat every thi ale at 39 ets" yd" straps, manufactured to sell at 393.. y. . manuacturedial o seat ered out of town patrons. buyer large or small alike. s $398:Tfe lks Suit. o F I g $3.00. Special dinch Lingerie Bati-te. highly mer- . and Tafeta 8ils Suit,3 s powin, cerized in Black. Wilite. Tan and $1.98. The V alley ry G oods Co SoUU..US , and Pri5eic aDrl. h,7...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 22 May 1908

LIVING THEM OVER. In spite of late- events and sqngs With which our lives are crowdedc Where is the man who e'er forgets The stunt the nimble cow did, The tale of which he listened to When just a little shaver, And did repeat in childish tone With happy thrill and quaver? They're more to us, those old songs are We listened to while sweeping Adown the stream of Rockaby Into the land of Bleeping. Than any newer, later songs The sons of Genius bring us, Than any songs of any thing The grandest singers sing us. We who have wandered far afield With sweet Bo Peep a-hunting. We who have gathered rabbit skins To wrap up Baby Bunting. Have sacred chambers in our souls For the malt house Jack builded. And wander there along old ways The suns of childhood gilded. Where Jack the Giant Killer did His mighty deeds of daring At bedtime we drop off our years And often go a-faring. And we are gladder in those ways By gnomes and giants haunted Than we have been in all the years SBSince we were disenc...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 22 May 1908

ORTING DEBATES--- """- O , DYo ,.! IS DO, E , . The official reporters of the Con ts of th. United States are having Sunuesually srenuous time this year t chronicl::4 the proceedings of the 'atioaal Le..slature. It is not nece. - to sec k tar for the reason. This g presiderftial year, and the oppor tasity is s ':zed by many legislators .-as similar occasions have been at - tervals or ;our years in the paast-to gke pol:i'ial hay while the sun lnes. T':ce:ore the country has a srfeit of deba:e l!berally flavored' with politic3. v. hile "constant reader," gads the Cong;rcessional Record bur deoed with innumerable speeches in which national issues are discussed to *e ne;lect of the measures ostinsl by c~der consideration. Alu this means hard work anti plen. t of It for the e::pert stenographers who cor'p:ise the corps of oftCial re " trter of the S, nat and House of gresc:ntt:ives. No: only is the de pate under such circumstances par iCalar;y !i:,ly and many of the s-gpeeces particula...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 22 May 1908

THE TENSAS 6AZETi[. St.ois ph, - La. EIl£ . IRlEEN, - . Editer. SCumberland Phone No.96. (LONG DISTANCE). Ome ImN saUNo KNOWN AS CLERK'S omIC. subscription )yearly $1.50 IN ADVANCE. FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1908. GO V. SANDERS' INA U'G; URAL ADDRESS. Governor Sanders' inaugural address carries throughout the note of honest effort, determina tion to serve the best interest of his State and a proper conservatism. While it cann)t be expected that even his friends will fully endorse his position on all of the many subjects covered in his address, or that extreme radicals will be satisfied with the conservatism that marks most of his recommenda tions, it may, however, be safely asserted that if the policies recommended by the Governor are adopted and carried out by the other State author ities, Louisiana will be guaranteed the excellent administration that was predicted by the Governor's campaign advocates. Governor Sanders has treated the subject of his address from the standpoint of a man of wi...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 22 May 1908

Summer Comforts AT BAKER'S. i WE OFFER A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF i HAMMOCKS: I from $1.50 to $6.00. Dana's Peerless Ice Cream Freezers, The Best Made. ALL SIZES ON HAND. WATER COOLERS. Screen Doors, Screen Windows, Screen Wire, ALVANIZED AND BLACK. Call on us before Purchasing; We will Save You Money. Mr. Leven Wailes was the guest of Mr. A. E. Green on Tuesday. Miss Elizabeth Adams spent Tuesday with her aunt, Mrs. tB. F. Bouncney. Mrs. N. C. Newell spent several dayv in Natchez, as the guest of Mrs. C. W. Willson. Miss Mattie Lewis spelnt the week end in St. Joseph during the Teachers' Association meeting. Miss Lulu Rowan has beenu spending some time with her sis ter, Mrs. Wallace Lindsay, at Notuac, La. Mrs. J. W. Gildart and child ren, who have been visiting Mrs. Laura Gildart, near Woodville, re turned home Sunday. Miss McFarland, of the Notnac school, stopped at the Losey house during the session of the Teachers' Association. Mr. Duncan Chamberlain, Sr., was a visitor to St. Joseph ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 22 May 1908

THE LEGISLATURE VARIETY OF MEASURES INTRO DUCED. DOINGS OF THE LAWMAKERS Briefy Belated So That "He Who Bans May Bead"-What Our Representatives Are Do ing at the Capital. Despite the brevity of the first ' week" of the legislative session, no little business has been transacted by both branches of the general as sembly in the four short days dur ing which it sat at the capital, and the way now seems clear for a plunge into the whirlpool which will swal low many a measure. Beyond the canvass of the vote of the general election and the an nouncement of the election of Gover nor Lambremont the most important 'work of the week has been the pre sentatioer of notices of bills to come and the introduction of several measures in both houses, these lists inclnding the following: Senate Bills. Senator Cordill-Concurrent reso lution extending time for report of New Orleans Port Investigation Com mission to June 1. Senator Marston - To' prohibit gambling in cotton, stocks and grain on margin. S...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 29 May 1908

THE TENSAS GAZETT Smn. ,eW mm' E wR I E tS . OVMO Lm.o K a stA et XV.mý a p ST.- -- LtArw D Y' --M .A 29.190 NEW SERIES VOL. XV. ST. JOSEPH. LA. FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1908 40. 36 I·~_~--__~~~_;_~_-~~ _~____~_ ~~~~~~~~_~_II~__~__ ~~_~_~_ ~ ~_• i__~_~__~. Deep Price Cuts in Fine Wash Goods. 33-ir:h White IRati.,e ('laire, very s':,'r ,lt ll ity. actual value 30e. :pcei:l li. week 39 cts. yd. 4 3-inchll illrie fIatile, highly mer crized in 131 wck, V,'litc,. Tan andl Sron. 53e valute 39 cts. yd. 30 anil (i3 cents Suit Linens in pin stripcs and heiceks showing all the bct styl. of the season marked for this sale 39 cts. yd. l aR. Leave behind them good impre. saons. You will not dispute feets con r ncSing the superiority of the timber we have at our yards, ov: that handled by other, once yes C u-- C u t become acquainted with the strength and other good qualities of our lumber. It is hardly neose sary to enumerate its points of ad. vantage. Simply call on us today ]Laq( a a and favor us th yo...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 29 May 1908

"PRECIOUS TATTEJZD FtMltMS." 3a .. an of thb 48th Irtta Jlanfatry. sixth TeeSsee egomrat Battle FlaS. There is no date of the capture of this lag. Captured at Salor's Creek, April 1, 186. ENOIM THE VALIANT 'ORPHAN BRIGADE' ia.L Prter Thomusm, Jr., Compiler o Co. sderate Reccrds, Slate of Setuly. The "Orphan Brigade" was com posed of the Second Kentucky In fantry; Fourth Kentucky Infantry; Fifth Kentucky Infantry; Sixth Ken tucky Infantry; Ninth Kentucky In fantry; Byrne's, Graves' and Cobb's Kentucky Batteries, and the First A Charge by Forrest's Cavalry. Kentucky Cavalry was also attached to this brigade, and the men of this regiment were designated "adopted orphans." The "Orphan Brigade" was known as one of the finest brigades in either army. The following extract from an article by Professor N. S. Shaler, a jtrong Union man, published in Scrib ner's Magazine (1890) will show something of the brigade's standing among those who had followed its career: * * "Some years ago I sought...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 29 May 1908

,'i11e AND OBWIN . r "aptain, what do you think," I ask ed, *t, the part your soldiers play?" noe captain answered, "I do net think I do not think-I obey." "Do you think you should shoot a patriot down And help a tyrant slay?" The captain answered, "I do not think I do not think-I obey." 'Do you think that your conscience was meant to die. And your brains to rot away?" The captain answered, "I do not think I do not think-I obey." "Then. if this is your soldier's code," I cried, "You're a mean, unmanly crew, And with all your feathers and gilt and braid I am more of a man than you. "For whatever my lot on earth may he. And whether I swim or sink, I can say with pride. I do not obey I do net obey-I think!" -ERNEST H. CROSBY. t BASHFUL YET FEARLESS If I had been caught in such a situation by anybody but John Beaton I should have been terribly annoyed. There I was sitting on the floor of the nursery with hair tumbled, my face rsd, and a great rent across the "rout of my shirt, where k...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 29 May 1908

THE TE[NSAS 6AZITT. St lesepk, . La. nr L. EI 8E£ - - - Editor. "-- II Gumberland Phone No. 96. (LONG DISTANCE). OFFICE IN BUILING KNOWN AS CLERK'S OFFICL . - Subs cription yearly $1.50 IN AiDVNE. FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1908. lION. JOS. E. R.I1SDELL. The press of the Fifth Congressional District of louisiai:r a.e plactica!ly a. anit in demanding the re election of lon. .Js. E. R:ansdell as the Repre oeitative from thiis District in the Sixty-first Con gress of the United States. Here are but samples of the many expressions given by exchanges: (Monroe Star.) Without oppositiou, but in accordance with an honored demoertie cnstiom and principle, HIon. Jos. E. Ransdell has imade public announcement of hlis candidacy for the D)emocratic nomination for replreseintative ini Congress. lie depends on the peo jlle and goes before th,:m on his record and merits as tivir represenutative. We take it that this is all that is nocessary for Mr. Rausdell to do, for political friends and foes a-like (if...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 29 May 1908

Summer Comforts AT BAKER'S. O WE OFFER A BEAUTIFUL ULINE OF iW HAMMOCKS: Pres fo $1.50 to $6.00. Damna's Peerless Ice Cream Freezers, The Best Made. ALL SIZES ON HAND. WATER COOLERS. Screen Doors, Screen Windows, Screen Wire, GALVANIZED AND BLACK. ( Call on us before Purchasing; We will Save You Money. Judpi' . I.. I alla . ,f V\idalia, isa it i i!)r to St. .leph to day. Miy EK+ie Mark , of Waterprof, is ,iaiting In,. S. So,lmon. Mrs. Magruder lTry.~ na . the gue-t fi l* Mlises l\'hit:.ty ,n Tu.elay. frs. Mary Michie. after a w. k's vi-it %st Delta plantation, returmned hotme on Monday. Mi.isBesýie Clarke j,ent s.v, rd hdays in St. Joeqh onith her si.ter, I r-. ir N. ('larke, Jr. Judgs Dale, of Vidalia. wa ti:' g.uest bf Mr. A. E. Gtreen during the early part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. J.1. 11. ,ollins an:d family spent Sunjday with 1er i,,thlr. Mr: t Kate Skinner. t Mrs. Mcltonall \\ atklls, ,f NatchI. z, Was the gunett of her siter, .Mrs. s1ur- t dock, this ovk. Mies Katie Smi...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 29 May 1908

A QUUITION. Canat thou, If h-vre thy wisest choice refuse And crss thy pland, howe'er thy courage tlags. Do with thy might the work thou dost not choose4 Walk in the dust and wear life's very rags5 While one, no worthier, lifted from thy side. Holds thy wished place and Ilves In ease and pridet Canst thou without reward, save in thy mind. The calm content that springs from duty done. See all thine honors stript away. and fnd Another with the prise thy merit won. Untouched by envy while the many wrong His name with praise that to thine belong? Canst thou, when foes wax strong and friendships cease. When men with evil words thy good defame. In pitlence keep thy soul, hold fast thy peace, And let thy life put slander's tongue to shame,- Sure of the inward verdict, without heed How the great world may look upon thy deed? Rejoice, 0 friend, and deem thy fortune rare! Whate'er thine outward lot, thy cup is brimmed With richest blessing; kings no Jewels wear Upon their brows whose light wo...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 29 May 1908

SCHOOL GARDENS MN TEXAS. S Agricultural Branch of tha Training of San Antonia Children. The school garden system of San A£tonio, Tex., is on an established practical besus. It is said that this llty has ri re gardens attached to its schocis th'n any place of its size in t Sth wv.r'd. There are 949 of these eultivated iplots attached to the twena ty.oine pub:ic schools. The gardens are in charge of school superinten .dent., iut the work cf planting, cul 4(ratin° and larvesting the products of ecbh is carried on by the pupils of the sch,;ol to which the gard.en bc!onts. The eradens vary from one tenth to ocr -q,:Urtcr of an acre. It is esatina,d that the total acreage is sore than 10', or equal to that of a t good sized farm. The boys of the schools take a great pride in their gardens. The , teachbrs d clare that since the gar-. "tas were established the boys are s uch more industrious in their stud ks, that they learn more readily and I that they all show evidence of mate da improv...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 29 May 1908

MANY ARE HOMEES WDTIRATID raOM 3F7OT OF DISASTrOUI FLOOD. POPERTY DAMAGE $1,IM em 1esidomce Sectles /wa Under Several Feet of Water. Triniy liver on lsewd * Dallas, Tex.-Four lives known I have been lost, more than a millin dollars worth of property destrove 4,000 people made homeless, and telh graph and telephone wires west an southwest of the city out of eommit sion, are some of the results of th good which continued rising fron the Trinity river Monday and Tuef day making the greatest volume a water ever known in this city. The floods have passed the recor made by the famous rise in 1866, flu ty-two feet when business houses sil sated in what is now a poorer rel denee section of Dallas were swami ed. That same section of the cit is under several feet of water an thousands have lost their househol effects, while the residence sectio of North Dallas is cut off from t business part of the city so far a street ear lines are concerned. Tb waterworks plant is out of eommii icoa. The l...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 5 June 1908

THE TENSAS GAZETTE *EW mbUtl slIag aeC.. aIsmis. oinesa or W[ ]wIman a1 Uoho i aeN Ka. za .o .e a am -s L M , O NEW SERIES VOL. XV. ST. JOSEPH. LA., FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1908 NO. 37 Question of Tips not a Novelty. The agitatlon against the tipping of servants which has lately engaged at tention is by no means a novelty. A determlned effort was made many years ago to pu' a stop to toe cus tom. From W. Toone's "Chronologi cal Historian" the Dundee Advertiser quotes the following paragraph, un der the date January 1l, 1760: "At a meeting of the nobility and gentry of Scotland at Edirnburgh it was unanimously agreed to abolish the inho,)itable custom of giving vails (or "Iips'I to servants; and at the same time. it was :heir opinion that an ad lition to the yearly wages of servants would he more honorable for the maý,trr and mlore beneficial to ,the s rvant. The like resolution was agreed, to :n a meetning of the no bility and gentry of Abe-rloen." It does npot a;ptear that th,- t*unani ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 5 June 1908

rOME. Wherever smoke wreaths Mtn rpeak of Jewels Heavenward curl- Earth holds abroad. Cave of a hermit, WI.at can ompare with Hov(-I of churl, t(ne bit of sod, ransion of merur hant. princely dome Full of the lov .-gold sunk in the loargp Out of thei dreariness, iW'hi.re lies my holy dead. Into Its cheeriness. There. where my mother shed Conme we In weariness , 'ears o'cr ly slceping head home. }lome? . 1, too. have wandered Home, where I first knew / Through the far lands. 1iay was alight. B " orne th(.r was their home, \I i.* I would fain he Open their hands. Er ni the Lng Night, ?et, thoul;;h all brothers, tairn of the foam, That they might witte this in some Old Far o'er appalling sea, tome: Ev.r enthralling me. "Tis earth the womb was Blood still was calling me , This firth the bloonm was- lHume Tlis tarth the tomb was Hlome: S.-Stphen C('almeirs, in the New York Times. 'ROUND ROBIN HOOD'S BARN. By Roy Rolfe Gilson "I'm awfully sorry." Marcia told me, and with a smnle so penite...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 5 June 1908

EMPLOYEES STRIKE' OIVEN ONLY FOUR HOURS WORK PER DAY. FJE CONDITION OF BANKS peparcment of Education Announces That Examination for Teachers W:ill be Held July 30-31. Oth . er Items of Interest. The Brothrhoiol of Railroad Car-! men at Alexan tria who went out on a strike say that their erievance against the Mis-ouri Pacific Railroad is that the Company proposes to put the men on piece work, and if that were done they could not make bread. Another grievance is that the Com pany at certain places is only giving the men four hours work per day and they cannot live on the wages they make with such short time. ý- I New Passenger Station. Saturday was tie day ftixed for the formal ope"'ni of the new passein pr station erected at ('anal and Ba in streets bV the New Orleans Ter-i minal ComlpanY. The station was first occupied Monday, when North tastern and New ()rleas (Great Nor thern pasen,:1zr trais began to .lo part and arrive at it, instead of the Press Street Stati,,n. Scar!atina Case...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 5 June 1908

Te Teesas Gaetle. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. FRHIDAY, .TUNE 5, 19(, IRNEF' : E. (ItREE. - - E.rrest FOR COnIESS. We are autiamrize.i t.. annInnr l r\. JOS. E. R.1\. EI.Il. ,,f i.a-t .tr' ,ir ] Parish, a- (can-4 hiateI f..r r,.-,,I.. t :, the Sixty tirsr ( n 'rt, - r. f:, ith. Fc th , ('ollglre.iomal I'fitric t . , illi-i:mta -. - jiact to tll-" a tion ,,f th,' I, tu,.ral;, par WFO O1STRICT J1USE. We are authoriz(-d to annoiirtce 11)N..lt)1I1 i4. IlOATr. l :, of ('oltmorli:a perriaI,.:ma a eandilate for r.-eleetlion to tIe o.lice of .ltliug o1r the IJi.trict. ('cnrt of the "I'entii .11 d'cial IIlarrwt. mompo,,ild of the I':ir Isbhe of ''enam:, and t'oweorli:. :mReu.ct to the acrian of the D1twmocrathic pInay. WYe are na thnrtsed to annonllet IION. .IOHfN I)AIE. of Coneordia parit.ib.nas a caidiml:ite for the offiee of J.udge of the I)istrict Court of the Tenth .ludimcial i)iatrict. contpoamd of the Parishes of Tn'(Is'ns and (oncordt.r ,umbject to the aevton ct the Denmocrmti party. FOR DI...

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