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DEMOCRAT.
SWEEKLY.
OFFICIAIA JOURNAL
OF THIE CITIY.
OUR'AGENTS :
'Thornas Mclntyre.......... New Orleans
(:e,. I'. RHowell & C ..... New York City
N,l-,on (C:lysman & Co.....St. Louis, Mo
Ed win Alden.................Cincinnati
N. W. Aver &. Son..........I'Philadelphia
- .... ---------- -
"OR GOVERINOR :
SAM'L. 1). M ENERY,
&d 01' Oi'ACIITA.
--Evidently he is not in it.
-McEnery Kill be an easy wirnner.
-Onahi'a, the levae governor'.
bome went like a daisy.
-How about Teirebonne; the
McEnery folks have carried it.
-Tomniorrow will be Thanksgiv
ing day; made so by special procla
mation of the President.
-Some of the antis are getting
ready fot a trip up Salt river; they
are packing their gripe.
, ... .· - --- l~u~
--The candidates have taken the
announcement fever at last. See the
names in another column. Can you
pick out the ;innerst
-Remember that the Parish Pri
maries are fixed for December 7th,
and the Parish nominating Conven
tion for December 9th. So the agony
will soon be over.
Miles' Nerve and Liver Piels
Act on a now principle-regnlating
the liver, Ptomach and bowels through
the nerres. A new discovery. Dr,
Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness,
had taste. torpid liver, piles, constipa
tion. Unequaled for men, women,
children. Smallest, mildest, surest
50 doses, 25 cents. Samples free at
Jacob Geiger's Eagle drug store.
-In the old days it was the cus
to:n to fight foreign nations with
sword and cannon, but now the war
fare is carried on by hostile tariffe
coupled ith. reciprocal provisions.
The West Indies are si.nply told that
they must turn their tariff guns against
England, or be content to have the
customs artillery of the United Statee
turned against them. England might
solvo the problem by abandoning hem
position; but what is the use of colo
nial possessions if they are to discrim
inate against the owner.-['Toronto
Mail.
-The array of prominent anti (Lou.
isiana) lottery leaders in New Or
leans, who are stockholders in the
Mexican lottery, as presented in the
article from the Times-)emocrat pub.
lished yesterday, is a cnrious compli.
cation of the pending campaign, and
very suggestive of a possible source o
"boodle" for our brethren of the saint
ly side. If the Mexican lottery car
drive the Louisiana lottery out of ex
istence, it will come and occupy the
entire field of the United States as E
market for its tickets. In othei
words, it will he the only "octapus'
in sight, and can snek the life-llooi
of the people," without paying a dol
lar of tevenue to Louisiana or an3
other State.--[Baton Rouge Advocate
-The Natchitoches central comr
mittee refused to elect delegates b3
wards, but required the parish to vote
in a general election. The commit
tee-was controlled by the antis, and
they put up a delegation to be voted
for, in which the politicians have a
majority aver the alliance, and then
provided that it shall vote as a unit
in the State conventien, "When you
dance with a bear keep. an eye on
your partner." If Natchitoebes goes
yagist McEnery, it will not have-an
,Adams delegation, nor even a single
vot ie thv, 1. tall sycamore of the Fe
THE OUTLOOK FOR 1392.
The papers of the East are making 1
calculations in advance of the ,presi
dential election of next year and they
are favorable to the success of the
Democrats. For iustance the Demo
crats will start into the contest sure
of 172 votes, 162 from the South and
10 from New Jersey, which leaves
them only 51 to fight for in order to
elect the president. The 36 of New
York and the 15 of Indiana would
give them the necessary 223 in the
electoral college.
In the last presidential campaign
Harrison's plurality in Indiana, which
was purchased, was only 29,000, but
the enactment of a secret ballot law
by the Democratic legislature has
made vote buying a very diflicult task
and aside from this the Democratic
majority of 19,000 last year and the
fact that this year the local elections
showed large gains for the Democrats
indicates quite clearly that Indiana
has about ceased to be a doubtful
State, and can safely be counted for;
the Democracy next year. Leaving
out New York the Demnocrats can
look for success in other directions.
Connecticut is always Democratic in
National elections; her vote can be
relied on to be cast for the party of
the people, and then we have Iowa,
Massachusetts and Michigan which
are doubtful States, where there is
splendid fighting ground for the De
mocracy, and again there is Montana
which is Democratic in sentiment, and
will be heard from in 1892.
The fact of the matter is the Dem
ocrats will enter the campaign next
year under the most favorable auspi
ces, and with the assurance of victory
provided the next Congress makes no
serious blunders, and the party nomi
nates a ticket Ahich wiil command the
solid and enthusiastic support of the
Democracy from one end of the coun
try to the other.--[N. 0. States.
---· **C-.--- -
-The Third Party having com
bined with the Farmers' Alliance has
issued an address through its execu
tive committee declaring that all of
the industrial organizations of the
country have rallied aruund its ban
ner, and that the new party will have
a presidential ticket in the field be
fore June lst, 1892. There are eer
tain portions of the address whiuch
read like the appeals the Anti-Lotte
rvites have sent out to all sections of
the country with the view of building
up a hostile sentiment against the Lou
isiana Lottery. After hammering
away at the press with charges to the
effect that it was controlled by the
money power the executive committee
pays its respects to the railway corpo
rations in the following language:
"We have seen railroad corpora
tions grow from humble beginnings,
the mere servitors of the people, into
r a vast and powerful conspiracy, which,
for the protection of its bogus capital
ization, controls our election, corrupts
our Legislatures, debauches our juries
and casts the slimre of its rottenness
over the very judges of our courts-
Sthe last resort for justice on earth."
We recommend the above excerpt
to the attention of the small potato
orators the Saints are sending out
1through the parishes in the interest of
the Lafayette dicker. With a few
Schanges they can use it against the
Lottery and palm it off as original.
t -[N. O. States.
·-It has been charged that Mr. E.
SII. Farrar has said that if the Lottery
tamendment prevailed, that he would
rstump the State for the Repubhlcans.
We are not surprised at this remark
by Mr. JI'arrar, for he has been sup.
posed to be cranky. Hie stumped the
State for the last two months to be
Gen. Gibson's successor and has sig
nally failed. He stumped the State
Sto defeat McEnery for Governor, and
'made the greatest failure of his life.
SHe failed to bulldoze Gov. Nicholle
in the Citizens Bank Bonds funding
case, and be failed to please the aud
ience when largely composed of la
dies, he alluded to bawdy house
Upimps. Giblson, White, Parlange,
Caffery and Foster will never speak
eto restore Republican rule-never,
anever.-- [Pointe Conpee Democrat.
-r -Two hundred Men's Suits from
carefully selected stock are being
Sclosed out bly Baner & Well, at $7.50
- per suit. T'his is as great a bargain
Sas was ever offered.
-The State government is at pres
.ent in control of a ring of autocratic
. politicians who know that they are
, marked for oblivion by the Democrat
ic. i party; hence their frantic effortse to
Idisrupt the party. They see in the
defeat of Judge McEnery the fore
most Democrat in the State, a death
blow to Democracy and they are
bending all their enegies to accom
plish that. The people know these
schemers, and being apprised of their
motives, will block the game.--Aca
dia Sentinel.
-Get your Overcoate before the
severe cold sets in. Go to Bacer &
Weil and see what a splendid article
ouu ean get fur 85.
THE STATE CONVENTION. ~
TIlE NUMBER OF DELEGATF.8 TO WHICH
EACH PARISH IS EN
TITLED.
t
Vote for No. of I
Parishes- Governor Delegates.
1888.
Acadia..............1688 .......... 8
Ascension .............2705 ..........14
Assumption ..........109.2 ..........10
Avoyelles .............2425 ........12
Bienville ........ ..1925 ..........10
Bossier ................4213 .........21 I
Caddo .................402 ...........24 t
Calcasieu ....... ... 2294....... .11
Caldwell................... 671 .......... 31
Camenron .............. 402 ..... .... 2
Catahoula ............... 992 ......... 5
Claiborne ....... .........2397 ........12
Concodia... ..........4219 ..........21
DeSoto ...... ........1 365 .......... 9
East Baton Rouge......1984 ..........10 1
East Carroll ............2680 ..........13
East Feliciana ........ 2276 ..........11
Franklin ...... .. .. 987 ......... 5
Grant ........ ......... 582 ......... 3
Iberia ................1923 .........10
Iberville ............:..1802 .......... 9
.Jackso ............... . i3 .......... 5
Jetierson ................ 853 .......... 4
Lafayette ..............1704 .......... 9
La6,urche ....... ......270 .........14
Lincoln ........... ....1273 .......... 6
Livingston... ... .......... 4
Madison ...............3530 ........18
Slorehouse .............1584 .......... 6
Natchitoches ..........:3373 .... ....17
Ounachi ta .............2994 ..........15
Plaquemines,........... 971 .......... 5
Pointe Coupee ........1945 .......... 10
Rapides ........ ...467..........23
Red River.............1679 .......... I
Itichlaund............127 .......... 6
Sabine. ..................1441 ......... 7
St. Bernard ............ 904 .......... 5
St. Charles............. 172 .......... 1
St. lelena ............. 846 .......... 4
St. James.............. 890 ......... 4
St. John............... 593.......... 3
St. Landry ...........3909 ..........20
St. Martin ...........1624 ......... 6
St. Mary .......... 2885 ..........14
St. T:nunany ......... 912 .......... 5
angapahoa ........... 1249 ........ 6
're n sas ................ 46-7 ..........23
Terrebonne ..........1687 .......... 8
Union ................2364 .......... 12
Veromillion ...... ......1687 .......... 8
Vernon .......:........ 947 .......... 5
Washington .......... 763 .......... 4
Webster ...... ....106 .......... 8
West Baton Rouge .....1712 .......... 9
West Carroll......... 420 ........ 2
West Feliciana......... 2038 ..........16
Wun.................1196 ......... 6
Total .................547
Parish of Oleans........... 139
Total for State 686
HOW THEY HAVE VOTED.
MCENERY. ADAMS.
Orleans- Avoyelles......12
1st Ward .........1U Natchitoches ..17
24 Ward..........12 Rapides........23
3d Ward .........15 Ascension......14
4th Ward......... 8 De8oto ........ 9
5th Ward......... 8 Plaquemines... 5
6th Ward......... Bossier ........21
7th Ward ......... 1 Claiborne ......12
8th Ward......... 7
9th Ward... e.... 11
10th Ward... ....14
11th Ward........ 13
12th Ward........ 7
13th Ward........ 4
14th Ward........ 2
15th Ward........ 5
16th Ward........ 1
17th Ward........
Tensas .............23
East Baton Reuge..10
*East Feliciana.....
p Caldwell ........... 3
Concordia ..........21
Lafourche.......... 14
r Onachita ..........15
Pointe Coupee......10
I Madison ...........18
Terrebonne......... 8
St. James .......... 4
3 St. John............ 3
St. Charles ......... T
269 113
"Against Adam.
Sudden Deaths.
Heart disease is by farthe most frequent
cause of sudden death, which in three out
of four cases is unsuspected. The symp
toms are not generally understood. These
are: a habit of lying on the right side,
short breath, pain or distress in side, back
or shoulder, irregular pulse, asthma, vi eak
and hungry spells, wind in stomach, swel
iing of ankles or dropsy, oppression, dry
cough and smothering. Dr. Miles' illus
trated book on Heart Disease, free at
Jacob Geiger's Eagle drug store who sells
and guarantees Dr. Miles' unequaled New
Heart Cure, and his Restorative Nervine,
which cures nervousness, headache, sleep
lessness, effects of dribking, etc. It con
tains no opiates.
-The antis ask the people to vote
against the adoption of the Revenue
Amendment. If the people do so,
Louisiana. will be deprived ot the
enormous revenue of $31,250,000, in
25 years, apportioned as follows:
To Schools................... $8,750,000
To Levees.................... 8,750,000
To Charities ................ 3,730,000
To Pensions .................. 1,250,000
To Drainage for New Orleans 2,500,000
To General Fund.............. 6,250,000
Startling" 'acts.
The American people are vapidly be
coming a race of nervous wrecks, and the
following suggests the best remedy: Al
phonso Hiempping, of Butler, Pa., swears
that when his son was speechless from
St. Vitus dasce Dr. Miles' great Restora
tive Nervine euredhim. Mrs.J.R.Miller,
of Valparaiso, and J. D.Taylor. of Logans
port, Ind., each gained 20 pounds from
taking it. Mrs. H.A. Garduer, of Vistula,
Ind., was sured of 40 to 50 convulsions a
day, and much headache, dizzness, back
ache and nervous prostration by one bottle.
Trial bottles, and fine book of marvelous
cures, free at Jacob Geiger's drug store
who recomends and guarantees this un
equaled remedy.
-Ladies, we have only a few of
those very elegant Silk and Flannel
Waists left. Don't fail to secure
yours before we close them out.
Bauer & Weil.
-With Cleveland and Boles for
candidates and the landslides of 1890
and 1891 in sight the platform of the
Democratic party in its next national
convention ought to consiet of but
three planks--tariff reform, civil ser.
vice reform and ballot reform. In a
word, the Democratic party must strip
itself for the fight next year of all un
necessary baggage, and, if possible,
keep the marpluts and Modoce in the
rear.-[Baltimore Sun.
-bMrs. Sarah 'rkfeldt, of Phila
delphia, who has applied for a pen
sion on account of her hueband's ser
vices in the war of 1812, is 106 years
of age.
THE PLAIN SITUATION. t
[Shreveport Times.] a
The question which has been agita
ting the people of Louisiana for the
last few months has been the question
of the revenue amendment-whether
or not Louisiana should extend the
franchise of the lottery company, and t
this question has not only taken a
prominent part in State politics, forced ,
therein by the antis, but has also as- t
sumed considerable importance in na
tional affairs.
Why this is we fail to see. It is
surely a very simple question. The
lottery company ask for an extension
of their charter; the question was sub
mitted to the Legislature, and they
wishing, and not probably having the I
power, submitted the question to the
people for them to decide for them
selves, as to whether or not they
would accept the license offered, and
grant the lottery the privilege asked
-an extension of its charter. There
is surely nothing in this proposition to
distrust the harmony of the Democra
tic party; no sensible reason why it
should.
It was not placed as a Democratic,
a Republican, a third party, or any
other party proposition; in fact it
was not submitted as any party ques
tion at all.
It was simply this-we wish to run
a lottery; we expected, of course, to
make money out of it; we prefer to
work it under the license of the State
rather than run a wild cat and sut,
rosa scheme. For your State license,
for the privilege of carrying on our
business openly and above board, and
under the law and license of the State
that we may have the exclusive privi
lege and shut out all fraudulent com
panies, shut out all other companies
unless they offer the same license and
are accepted by a vote of the people
to whom we submit our proposition,
we offer the amount of 831,250,000
for twenty-five years' license
We do more; we specify in our pe
tition to the people of the State how
this amount shall be expended. It
shall not be left to the discretion of
any political party, provided you ac
cept it, to say how it shall be spent.
It can not be paid out for any politi
cal purposes, because we have no in
terest in politics. In our application
to the people of Louisiana we specify
how this amount of license shall be
distributed. It shall be apportioned
between your educational, your chari
table institutions, your levee protec
tion, the drainage of your metropolis,
so preventing a dread silence, and
your general fund, therefore all in all,
saving an igcrease of taxation for the
better advantage of the prosperity of
i your State, in which all residents are
interested, and in which the only
measures the people advocate should
be for the relief of themselves.
Now, in this proposition, and we
believe we have stated it correctly,
Swhat is the answer of the antis-those
who oppose the revenue amendment?
You are a gambling institution.
You are a monopoly.
You are radical conline.
You will control the politics of the
SState, ergo we repuidiate you, and call
Supon all to vote against your propo
- sitionr
Let us review it seriatim.
You are a gambling institution.
True, the lottery is unquestionably a
gambling itstitution, but does it com
Spel any one to buy its tickets ? Does
Sit offer any allurements to any to in
dulge in its schemes? Does it have
music, wine and other allurements to
Sinduce men to gamble.
SYou area monopoly.
o In what respect? Read the ques
tion submitted to the peodle, and un
der the following provisions of the act
Sas promulgated and published, and
a say, if you can truthfully, that there
is any monopoly in the provisions of
Sthe same.
You are a radical combine.
SUpon what grounds is this assertion
Smade Because some of the stock
a holders are Republicans Or, is it
Sbecause the lottery company itself, as
a body, contributed money to help the
SState free itself from Radical rule, and
later, alas, alack-a-day, contributed
$820,000 toward the election of the
1 glorious Nicholls, and the immaculate
SSenator White
You will control the polities of the
State.
In what iespect? Has not the in
Sfluence, moneyed if you will, always
been thrown or used in the interests
I of Democracy, and white supremacy?
Deny it who can.
Furthermore, if, granting for the
sake of argument, that the lottery
company should desire to rule the
State-to bribe the legislature, etc.,
will any one say that there are not
enoogh true honest and incorruptible
men ii Louisiana, who could be eleo
ted to the Legislature, placed in the
eleetive offices of the State, who could
not be proof against any effort at bri
bery by any corporationt
We say yes, there are thousands of
them, and the one who says to the
contrary, the one says that the people
of Louisiana can be bought like sheep
should hang his head in shame at the
falsehood that his tongue utters.
Louisiana will vote on the amend
ment. She will accept or reject it, as
her people honestly believe the right
to lie; it is an individual question,
bui for the sake of the honor of her
citizens it should never be claimed
that they can be bought. Such an in
ference is an insult to the honor, the
manhood and the intelligence of her
citizens.
Specimen Cases.
8. it. Clifford, New Cassel, Wis., was
troubled with Neuralgia and Rheumatism,
his Stomach was disordered, his Liver
was affected to an alarming degree, appe
tite fell away, and hie was terribly reduced
in flesh anll strength. Three bottles of -
Electric Bitters cured him.
Edward Shepherd, Harrisburg, Ill., had
a running sore on his leg of eight years,
standing. Used three bottles of Electric
Bitters and seven boxes of Bucklen's Ar
nica Salve and his leg is sound and well.
John Speaker, Catawba, O., had five large
Fever ioreson his leg, doctors said he was
incurable. One bottle Electric Bitters
and one box Bucklen'sArnica Salve cured
him entirely. Sold by Eagle drug store.
ADI)It SS
TO THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF THE
STATE.
HDQus. McExsaEY CAMPAIGN COMt.,
'xw ORLEANS, LA.,
Oct.427, 1891.
To the Democracy of Louisiana :
At a meeting of the Democrats from
the different Parishes of the State of Lou
isiana assembled at Grunewald Hall, on
October 11th, 1t91, it was determined
that the perils that beset the party abso
lutely demanded the exercise of the ut
most forbearance and consideration upon
the part of all good Democrats in the
meeting of the State Central Committee,
that was then about to convene, and they
so reconmmended :
It was also determined that the pecu
liar situation in Democratic polities in
this State, brought about by iwhat is
known as the Lafayette combine, where
by the nomination of Governor, State
Treasurer and Superintendent of Public
Education, as well as the temporary
chairmanship of the State Nominating
Convention was attempted to be bartered
away, necessitated a departure from the
time-honored custom of refraining from
the nanmng of candidates prior to the as
sembling of the State Nominating Con
vention. After consultation the Demo
crate present believing the permanency
of the Democratic party and the welfare
of the people of the State of Louisiana
absolutely demanded the selection of a
tried and true Democrat as the nominee
ef the party in the coming election, de
termined to urge upon their fellow-Dem
ocrats the selectioh for the position of
standard bearer the Hon. Samuel D. Mc
Enery, of Onachita.
In furtherance of that desire to pre
serve the purity and integrity of the De
mocratic party by the election of a man
for Governor who Is untainted with any
of the political heresies now being urged
upon the agricultural classes of the
Southern States by designing and un
scrupulous politicians who are withou:t
faith in the schemes that they propose,
the Democrats then and there assembled
selected this campaign committee and
f entrusted to it the duty of preparing a
suitable address to the Democratic voters
of the State of Louisiana.
Without any desire to reflect upon any
member of the State Central Coninitte0
we are compelled to express our deep re
gret at the faiiure of that committee to
provide for a primary election by the
3 white people of the State, whereby a set
tlement nnght have been had of the dis
turbiug and perplexing question known
Sas the 'rovenue amendment," which was
Ssubmitted to the pIeoplle at the session of
the last Legislature. We believe it un
wise adl disastrous to the welfare of the
Democratic party that a voter's opinioun
upon the revenue question should be
umadle a test of his Democracy or Atness or
qualificatiou of holding office. We be
lieve that the welfare of this State abso
I lutely demands that thie D)emocratic par
ty shoulhl nominute at its coming couven
tion tried and true mnuen, titted to proper
ly discharge the duties of their oflices
without any regard whatsoever to their
opinion upon the revenue amendmuent.
We earnestly urge upon the Democratic
voters +hroughout the State of Louteilona
at the comning primary elections to ie
Sheld for delegates to the State Nomina
ting Convention to instruct their dele
gates to vote for the submission of the
- revenue amendment question at a sepa
rate white primary to be held subse
Squently to the meeting of the State Nom
Sinating Convention and the District and
Parochial Conventions, and the result of
the said primary to be binding upon all
members of the party.
lRecognizing the necessity for harmony
Swithin the Democratic party we earnest
- ly urge upon all members of that paty to
refraiu from saying or doing anything
t calculated to cause a division that would
Sendanger white sinpremacy in the State
of Louisiana. The civilization of the
e State and the welfare of the whole peo
f ple, white and black, absolutely demand
a continuation of the Democratic party
in power.
To the Democratic yarty is due the re
generation of the State of Louisiana and
n the great increase in her material welfare
.and prosperity. To the Democratic par
ty, undivided by any outside issue, must
the whole people of this State loohk for
. peace, security and good order. We be
lieve that any departure fromn the tradi
o tins of the party and the principles laid
d down by its Illustrious fuonders would be
a mistake and operate against the wel
d fare of the people.
SWe believe that in thie noninatien and
election of the Hon. Samuel D. MeEnery,
a of the Parish of Onachita, that the people
will have a true, tried and worthy pub
lic servant, and we earnestly urge upon
s our fellow Democrats throughout the
State of Louisiana to organize and unseall
honorable means to secure his noninauu
- tion and election.
SBySorderof the committee.
A. W. CRANDELL,
O JON T,.MICIIEL, Chairman.
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THE ONLY ILLUSTRATED 5 CENT NE'aSPAPER PRINTED. ANY PERSON OETTING IIS
A BOY TO SELL OUR PAPERS IN A TOWN WHERE WE ARE NOT NOW SELLING,
WILL GET THE BLADE FREE. WRITE FOR SAMPLES, ETC., AND ADDRESS,
SaturdaV la e, - COhsoaso. 311.
. .. . - - ..
Mexican .
Mustang 1
Liniment.
SA Cure for the Ailments of.Man
and Beast.
A long-tested pain reliever. '
Its use is almost universal by the H'ousewife, the
Farmer, the Stock Raiser, and by every one
requiring an effective liniment.
No other application compares with it in efficacy. i
t'his wel-known remedy has stood the test of
years, almost'generations.
No medicine chest is compote without a bottle of
MUSTANG LINIMENT~
Occasions arise for its use almost every day.
All druggists and * il' have it ,
,. V·.~~;A;
PAT KELLY
UNDERTAKER
- AND DEALER IN -
MiETALLIC - and - RosEwooD
0iOI FI.lll-Is
SHOP:
Corner Lee and Fifth Sts.,
ALEXANDRIA.
M. C. MOSELEY,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW,
ALEXANDRIA, LA.
PRACTICES IN ALL CLASSES OF
*cases in all the Courts of Rapides,
Grant, Natchitoches, Sabine, St. Landry
and Avoyelles, in the Suprent. Court of
the State, and iu the Federal Courts
Jul1anel UIIII I ,ty I
.-OF-
LOUTTIIATA.
T ULANE UNIVERSITY; EMBRiCES
College, High School, H. Sophie
Newcomb Memoerial College for Young
Women, Law and Medical Departnmeate
The College has four parallel courtse:
Classical, Literary, Scientific and Engi
neering. There is also a special cours
of Electrical Engineering. Next Anbnal
Session of the Academioal Departments
iucluding the H. Sophie Newcomb Col
lege, begins October 1st. Law Depart
ment opens November 16th. MediOml
Department, October 19th.
For special or general catalogaes, ap
ply to the Secretary of the University,
rulane Hall.
WM. PRESTON JOHNSTON,
July 23-6 mo. President.
0. N. 0. WATTS,
Attorney-t-w and INtary
ALEXANDRIA, LA,
WTILL PRACTICE IN THE DIS
VV trict, Circuit and Supreme Court8
of Louisiuua. S; .ial attention given
to all busiues. of otarial nature.
DR. R. L, RANDOLP,,
ALEXANDRIA, LA.
Office and Residence, corner Third
and Winn sts.,
Imo' Calls will be answered in thie lt
or country. J

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