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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 4 July 1866

% House6 9t efstiVA yestOFry ou aio oflf. tel aa Bide gla c thehe as ionf the use ofypeettva la adDvssol. nbe held incustody: as a. psVader, "and sub Iected to trial, accoding to ajWý p4the jNerew uthr seem to be no ton for doubt a5Vo tcas ehiire ct lyss o t ouie ro 1 lion hf're given, since all paties ar. agreed r upon it. The HoJfe says Davis should be l tried; his conn el say exactly the same,'and have been trying, ever since they were am lowed to communicate with him. to get his case before a judge and jury. Then why is he not tried? Who stands In the way? Judge Underwood held yesterday, on an application for hail, that he was a ;prisoner of war-therefore. not bailable. The fact being a.osuted, the reason is Conclusiven But bow long may a prisoner of war be held after the war is officially declared atan end? Suppose one were held to-day ps i ppr~isoner of war, taken by Gen. Jacksoni att New Orleans in 1816, would that suffice to E bar his liberatiovh? Bnt how, and when did Davis...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 4 July 1866

Jýakiý Adverdlibe ti. 0i 'g O BELOW e. T JOENSQN QflBPEf to the Pbic at :hjiry low j1 pkin, pevrything iss alivs, usAt as yro Oriý. Plothfws l A ., llamee. Ooditaet, Ete.. Etc. aYn n n'd' - 'c'ant of this ra.r'ist, he $a sor to be We to usmit purchasers. January 14 h. 11868. ft I C" 111101, " " i c. Iris.!I, a8. & ci WhIlesaib and £Rtail G OC C(EJS, -SAND DALLU IN t$ciA Groceries, Beat and Bar ý'ro~tt Street, A..~J~EB dr1 , TLa., H AVE npw'1 at 'he old Drug Store f ajAVmmk x .nh noon an I cnncmply'. . 1ec~Peknl ýtuc of OBVt)OERIE Ixf R Ii3, Wi,.te. etc., consisting if Pkrni', Luard. lama, furr, Mat rte Starch, rOnion., of all ktnds, Frtt Cnstardm Id 11111 fmf Jdeole:W , t Fruis, Wiskrun.(To:Ptt e atheira i own tcice, . °' lfsnces~tor d Letth nuil gve he.Pallr and dhn ~~~srvlul hemss as wcs CnJittV i. t arrmbnieh : Wnaea, arhndierb, Brmtoded Inits, WhisCey, RkDn. Ditn: c ourt. 0" and givera Wirt"; ; Can. t dW?-9ulrta*Auv*, lotto dmctrta l I Etc.. Etc, VO.W Etc. f Let the nntilie ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 11 July 1866

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 11 July 1866

ALEXANDRIA. LA.: Wednesday ........July 11, 1606. 0S" The Rev. A. L Hay is our autbor iaed agent for the Northern and Western Parishes of the State. Death of Charles B. Willian,. We are pained to learn that Mr. Charles W. Williams, son of our late esteemed fel low citizen, Josiah P. Williams, died sod denly on the 3d inst, of congestion of the irain, in the twenty third year of his age. Mr. Williams was born and reare~ in this pariah, was known to as all as a yblng gen tlemen of much promise, endowed with good talents, of an amiable and generous disposition, and free to a remarkable de gree from, those faults and vices which so often blemish the character of youth; His sudden and nnexipeted death, while in the enjoyment of perfect health, has therefore tasted a feeling of profound grief and sad ntewamong his many devoted friends and ves. At the commencement of the lfwar our young friend quitted school, volunteeed for the defense of his country, servel faithfully and honorably throug...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 11 July 1866

as ClA .. ...... s.... Jasonlltna for making two onr for snper.......... 00 jJjtgs'e r ýnaudag two CoMM qr W. Whittington, additional amoant to pa for Furniture for Clerk's Ofce............ 5 60 M. Lgras services as Deputy eri ................... 80r 00 3. B. Williame for holding Ele $ton in Feb. and May, 1166... 460 40 Amounting to ........-....... $17882 18 The Committee to furnish the offiees of the Parish, report as follows: That they Aind no additional furniture needed in the Clerk's Office, that there are in the Clerk's office two arinaura, property of tht Parish, one of which is ample for the office, and they suggest that one of them be trans ferred to4he Recorder's Office for the safe keeping of the Parish Records, and that the Recorder needs, in addition, a writing desk, and a press for the Parish Seal,- and two office chairs. In refereneato the Sher tffs Office, a room may be rented for $30 per month for the balance of the year. the Sheriff will furnish the necessary fur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 11 July 1866

ONE DQOR BELOW S. a S. 'ront Street, OPPER3 to th'PriHc astthe very low sit prices, everything in his,line, such as oes, .Wooduare, Flows, Axes, Ha.. es, Collars, Saddies, Etc.. Etc. Being an old Merchant of this Parish, he is sure to be able to siit purchasers. January 10th, 1866, tf. C c. HI ,.JRn. C., Wholesale and Retail 0-R1OCI0 1.S -AND DEALEIRS IN aacey Groceries, Boat and Bar Stores, H'ronlt Streelt, .Alte~xandria, La;., H"AVE opened at the old Drug Store of In Cruiksbank & Illuson a full, complete and well selected stocI of GROCERIES, LiQUORS, WINES, etc. etc., consisting in part of Flour, Sugars, Iaco n, lard. sugar Cured Bams, Beel tongues, Goshen and Western Butter, Starch, ]Poiataes, e e Onions, i Mackerel, Salmon, n Sardines, V herrings, Can fraits of all kinds, Preserves, Jellies, Jams, Fruits. In their own inice, Essences for Pastry and Onstarda. ranberries; Wines, Brudies, .Brandy Fruits, Whiskey, Rukm, Gin; Port. "Sherry and Madeira Wines; Cau dies. Sugar plu...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 18 July 1866

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 18 July 1866

ALEXANDRIA. LA.: Wednesday....u...July 18, 19686.1 jBW The Rev. A. L Bay is our author d agent for the Northern and Western Psrishe of the State. Methodist Church Notice. Divine service will be held at the TOWN I PALL on next Sabbath, at 11 o'clock. A. X. The Sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be administered on the occasion. P. M. GOODWYN, Pastor. s., Joseph W. Texada and Archie Rmith have returned home. They were held to bail for their appearance, in No. vember next, in the U. S. Circuit Court. holding session in New Orleans. The bond of the former was plAced at one thosaodnd dollars and that of the latter at two hundred sad ffty dollars. IO We have gone through, the past week, the real heated term, the thermometer ranging high tp in the nineties. Only one or two sight showers have come along to evive as. The crops of cotton and corn eso improving somewhat, and barring the Caterpillars, an average half crop may be epected. The River is still receding, but elowly. .64 r friend' o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 18 July 1866

Austria tassa'pBamtsan's ADnsx-.The for eig ordee (f the day has been published : Rua5equ tas, tUrOL rt. Junie 16.- o alp.We are on the eve of grave and arn viunry events. As in 1859, you are col Sed m n t nembers around oar flag. fdiers I we have now to repser in the eyes d the world the Raults of that period; we rtve to punish an arrogant and faithless en ey. Ibhate the fall aid entire conviction that yob are aware of and are worthy of this missiof. Have also confidence in me. ad be assured that on m) pait I will exert my beat (Aets to bring this campaign to a sedy snd glorious termination. We are now aseed by inimical foirdes, composed partl of troop of the line and part'y of awer. The first comprises young men whoare at 9accutomed to rl rations And fatigoes, sad who have never, yet made an importaetm.CM sign ; the latter is compinp ed of doubtful and dissatisfied elements. which, rather than fght against us, would tfr the downsall of their Uvwernment. coeodquepoe of a long cour...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 18 July 1866

.#., A Xnftwa':Ati Avertisemnents 4 f noWEItO 6. EI JOITNhSOŽ :.V ±Front Street, i0'FCr to thI Palic at the very low JttRp ys, eer:thiag in his line, such as b 'irt cer ,,.., '.Tminare. . Wood ware, Plows, A x'.', .lames, ... Coilar, Saddles, Etc... Etc. Bcing r,. o;d N-re.lant of fliiS Parish, he is sure to b :ub'e to st+it purchasers. ' t!imtry IOth, 8Itf. tf. ' i : Y hosale and Retail . C- : C-.0 ,r - -AND DEALES.1 I'-- f Fiincy Giroeries, lBoat and Bar . Stores,, , ALlcD- i,.crl, La., SV ,opened Pt 'be old D)rug Store of Cruik.hank & 'llyison a fuil, co!mplete, a" steieeted 4rt0e; 'of 1GtOtH tIE`, L f1 3 , WINES, ete. etc., donsisting ii, hurt of Siour Sugar Cored Hams, Beef tongues, Go heu ; and Western Butter,, Pice, "-tfarleh,, . . ''Pouitneai. Onions, Mackrs. n. . Mardineý, II {eiidge, Can fruits ob.it Lklnds, i I'reperves, Jellis, Jams, Fruits S.... . in their own iuice, t 0 .1 V. :t". ' 9Rsenc for,. Pastry and CnstardR. Cranbherries: WV'ine, ,rfnldies, Brandy Fruit,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 25 July 1866

-ic I. - - A .. i •· i lit f # 4#t;si x 4n i t" :i . - + - " ' , : , ý '. " . '"+. tr . .. , . ... ! .E, .ý "++" ' "+ ý: , . ./- , + . .. . . + QgESSAT] THlE WC)1L )I S GIsRW~ C -o Y ýTO 0 . tT 22 Rd A LA WI :II ('..'5 .' a: "i i: . . - - ." : VO UM ý.ALEXANDRIA, LOiUISIANA,:-WE, DAY  L  IB + °'":_+: y. ..- -b' eat . 1 ' `Sfr , S-. 4.' .i ·. "L .. . . • . . . .: , ". . .. . " ' .. b :+ " ';-' +' + : V +.P ' + + ++ '+ + +  . +. .r .+1 ., + . , ,·., + ,: " .+_ ..... iii ' ' ii ii+ i ii'm+|-4i!! ili - nkul I I, .... i li~ i .[I ..... J~[_ lill i l T- --R MS: Tim DEMocRAT is published weekly, at FIVz DOL4AR per aunum; Tnua E for Sil mnonths, payable in advance. No suloscrip tion taken for a less period than. six •mo ths. ADVERTIs h tE TS' inserted at the rate of $l 50 PER SQUAnE for the first insertion and 75 CGssY for each.subsequent one. Eight lines or less, cpnstitute a square. Thle fol lowing are our rates to yearly advertisers: One column ........ ...... .$300:00 Hanlfeo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 25 July 1866

ALEXANDRIA. LA.: Wednesday........July 25,, 1866. A W The Rev. A. L. Hay is our author izod agent for the Northern and Western Parisb1the State. Methodist Church Notice, It is necessary that a correct list should te made of the membership at this place. Those, herefore, who desire still to be re garded as members, are respectfully reques ted at their earliest opportunity by letter oi otherwise, to comipunticate the same to SP. 1. GOODtWYN, Pastor. Alexaddria July 25th 1866. -- -***-- ~ igious Notice, The re w iaoD oe Servie in the Town Hall op .iody the 29th of July and the fith of August Rev. O. Dowe, of the Eiscopal gChrt holSiciating.' . T . T ewEngis ,iitry, The 1lhglij as1y the natural re salt oftheir recen defeat, have all resigned and a new mitry under the Earl of Derby been installed in their stead. We have not see a list of the members, but we learn that4he new premier has been still further oinglqpnted by the selection of his son, Lord Staaulq for the important office o...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 25 July 1866

A New Feature. Ti The Fourth of July 1866, in Shrevepott, was celebrated by the practical elucidation of the transcendant beauties of the civil rights bill, as expounded by the radical ; majority in congress. Towards the close St of that day the quiet of the city was dis. roe turbed, and its sense of decency shocked, D. by the novel spectacle of a carriage load of col dusky damsels parading the strelts, with th, ,aptain Calvin L. Haskell, Co. B., 80th U. K. colored infantry, as cavalier servente.- The programme, we suppose,. was arranged at the place, a short distance from the city, Sn at which the day had been observed with tai the festivities peculiar to that historical pe occasion. '¶i/ pageant flashed for a time ps throuvb thrss frequented, streets; and o emboldened, perhaps, by the impunity witn which the demonstration was received, cul minated on our thoroughfare, Texas street. ha At a popular establishment on that street Ri at which wines and other palatable drinks are dispen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 25 July 1866

Aleta1 erl hut e rg a . ONE J~QQ pS W S. K. JANINSON 4 ir9 .t Street, OFP 'BS5to the Public at the very low at prices, everyj g J firua line, such as )ryaod bShes, Boots, Hats, Clothing, Tinware,' ýioodware,t F Plows,, Axes, Haraes, Collars, .:" . ... 88addles, Etc., Etc. Being , old Mercbant of this Parish, he Is ire o'beable to siit purchasers. Jaaiiary 10th, 1866, tf. * I. C IISIJR & C., Wholesale anld Retail -AND PLL8 IZ Pancy Groceries, Boat and Bar Stores, A exi21cdria, La., HjJAVV p&eTati'MO bid Dthig Store of Cruikshank & tlynson a full, complete and s feaQte toc of. GRBOERIES, ItQ(OI W', WI ES, etc. etc., consisting in Flour, Sugars, . Bacon, . Lard, Hams, B 3eel tongues, Gosheu. S and Wistern'. Starch, Potataes, Onions, )Iackeel, Salison, 'Niae;- ' ; a ofallkinds, . Preseraes, , Jellies nits I. their v. :.own juice, Essebces for. Pastry and Custards. tranberries; Wines, Brdie, Brandy Fruits, Whiskey, Rum, Glon; Port,; ' Sherrg and Madeifr Wines; :Can dies,...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 1 August 1866

, tP' - . w,,, . ..... -# . y r., a i i, ,- , r amou o rL .. P 1 f#_ ttp qq00 Sf." ý p VOLUIIE 22. ALEXANDRIA, LOUJ SIANA,: WEDNESDD ,.:UG : .- Hamu milnaganin u m l map Hi hun'n in IIls a l manna n IlIm a inn , rT UE1 t 8: STr DEMocRAT is published weekly, at Fi'zv DOLLARS per annum, THREEfor six enonths, payable in advance. No subscrip ion taken for a less period than six ionoth frs. . ,APvERHTISEMKEsT ,inserted at the rate of 0 PEra squKA for the first insertion and '45 Cmsra for each subsequent one. Eight enes or less, constitute a square. The fol lZwing are our rates to yearly advertisers: -ine column.......... .....$.300 00 TIalf column.................. 175 00 -.Third of column................ 130 00. eFourth of column............. 100 00 GCardsa (occupying space of eight lines, or les,) ........... 20 00 Tbituary notlcaa, marriages, public meet t"ngs, rda of thanks, etc., to be paid 'for. as advertisements. Fersonal cards, when admissible,cha fed Sdouble the usual advetli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 1 August 1866

ALEXA NDRIA, LA W. .eday. ..... Au.gust 1, 1I O . STi$eR: .: L. da -i oar autho ds agent forthIt N and Westerua P]rli of tte Stas. S Lholitt Charch Sotio . It is neeesa that a correct list should be made oee membership at this place. Thbse, thefbe, who desire still to be re uatsrie1Pnir s,are respectfully reques ted at tir eartliet opportunity by letter mothberwl, to communicafs thesame to P. aM. GOODWYN, 'Pastor. iltandria July 25th 1866. The Oonspiraof. The proclamation f his /" Excellency" bsarQm Wells, calling for the election of Adggs to the rump Convention of jay bi1ie was received just before going to pm It is very remarkable document. It purport to be tuned by the Governor Ao hise office n New Orleste, although it isknown that on that day he quietly left his plantation in thisParish, for some point kownMte the aninitiated. It wants the ulitbnre of the Secretary of State, for the emaan that the Secretary will not sign any nobh document. We understand that a Commiattee is in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 1 August 1866

Tbhe ew Freedmen's Bureau :il. .:Au &et to continue in fore and to amend *ao satlo establish a bureau for the relief 4 tfreedmen and refageesand for other pur Ie'sr'ae(by the Senate and obse ,u ofprfssuaf o t0he United Stau of A #a in Congrss asemblIed, That the act teatsblisb a bureau for the relief of gfredmen and refugee=, approved March 8, 1865, shall continue in force for the term of two years from and after the passage of this set. B". 2. And be it furtiher en rdd, That the hpervision and care of said burean shall *ntend to All loyal refugees and freedmen. o far as the some shall be necessarv to ena le them as speedily as practicable to be come self.stppottire citizens of the United States, and to aid them in making the free dom conferred by proclamation of the comrn. masrler-in chief, by the emancipation under .Ilws of States, and by constitutional amend. nent, available to them and beneficial to the republic. BSo. 8. And be itfurthe f dted, That the President shall, by a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 1 August 1866

ONE Dioon.tl "rS . K. JOITNSO Lt priers, everything in his line, seach as Groceries, oClthng, Aies, i 8eadles, tc.. Etoll c.i, in 1an old Merchant of this Parish, be i.to ,Fe able to sdit purchasers. g1ftbatyi10th, 166, tf. i.p NIYSO, JR. L CO., wholesale and Retail G- RO © rLS , -AetD DiALEGRS IN aCly t riceriee, oeat And4Bar * Stores~ A1exl'ar~adrla, La., AVIVoped it-the old Drug Store of ..piksbank & fl~nson a full,eomplete w'lfsei'ertecd stoci of GROCUERIES, tIQUpJuv WrIN-S, . eta..eto., colsting in part of Flour, Iard, . . Li ta red :.- i tlams, 'Beet tongues, Gosheu San Weslern aa:$ .t Butter, Rice, . Streb, Poltaes, • Onions, dSardine., Herrings, abirgjit Sotall kilids, tlreservpe, <Jai, - Fruits in their own juice, SEssences for Pastry and Ousta'rds. de,; PWines, Brandies, Brandy , ts;: *Whisk , aRum, Gin; Port, ' bert'y and uadeira Wines; Can . f S lugar ,lums; Oumdrops, * to., Et,. c.. , Etc., Etc. jr Store fully up to the best that ;o:iaibagi 4 to thiis market,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 8 August 1866

ihe . __et. Er R.-uar BIOSSAT]oulCus· . i E. R. BIOSSATI'THE WORLD IS, GQVERNWEt' TOO 2MU0u ? VOLUME_22. V ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA, WEDNIESDAY, ..AUG(IST 8 86 TnE DEMOCRAT is published, weekly, at FIErs DOLLARS per annum, THREE for six months, payable in advance. No subscrip tion taken for a less period than six months. AoveaRTISaE.TS inserted at the rate of $1 50 rPE SQUARE for the first insertion and '15 CENTs for each subsequent one. Eight lines or less, constitute a square. The fol lowing are our rates to yearly advertisers: One column... ................ $300 00 Ilalfcolumn............. ....... 175 00 'Third of column................ 130 00 Fourth of column ............... 100 00 Cards, (occupying space of eight lines, or less,) ..................... 20 00 Obituary notices, marriages, public meet nIs, cards of thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. Personal cards, when admissible, charged double the usual advertisements. The Way the Money Goes., BY JOHN G. SAXE. flow go...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 8 August 1866

ALEXANDRIA:. LA.: Wednesday...... Aupl$t 8, IS66. 38' The Rev. A. L. Hay is out author bzed agent for the Northern ad Wasteis Perished of the State. Artlat of Oitizen We ,ipetitone a .few wqsk since that Cotonel . ti. Frisbee, of this Parish, was arrested ova charge of enticing laborers from their employers and bound over to an ewer the charge at the next term of the District Court. A few days since General Mentfort Wells and Captain T. G. Calvit. et whose instance he was arrested, and Justice Kilpatrick, before whom the exam Intifon took place, were arrested under an aslatvit made by Colonel Frisbee before the U. S. Commissioner in New Orleans charging them with colluston to prosecute him maliciously. It was reported that the Sheriff of Rapides, who made the arrest, and Mr. Wa. .A Seay, who prosecuted the prisoner, were also arrested, but on enquiry we found that those gentlemen were not embraced in the "collusion." These pro, c ings are most extraodinary. The gen ten who were the ...

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