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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 12 September 1866

An Appeal for the Unrecorded Dead. To ALL TV HEARTED WOMEN ANp MEN, WHo Wou p RESCUE FiRO OsLvboNr TIE MEMORY# TR~ BAAYE, WHO DED int DIPENCEOF How ' AYD COUNTRY. 'THE LADIES' MEMORTAL ASS80CL 7IION OF FREDERIOKSBURG, VP., Present ,this Appeal. The stern pressure of military necessity made it impossible properly, to care for the remains of & gallant dead who fell oti the bloody fields of Fredericksburg, Wilderness, Chance.. lorsville, Spotsylvania Court douse, and in scores of skirmishes, which, .iii a war less terrible, would have been reckoned bat ties. Our Association proposes topreserveo . record, and, as far as possible, mark th~e spot where every Confederate soldier is buried in this vicinity, whether he fell on these memorable fields, or dtherwiAd dyed in the service. To the bereaved through out our suffering South we pledge ourselves to spare no eertioin to accomplish -this work. In a land stripped, of enclostesa oa .: ests, desolated and impoverished adt 'hs we cannot, ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 12 September 1866

Alexandria Advertisements, ONE DOOR BELOW S. K. JOUNSON 4 l'ront Street,, OFFE1RS to the Public at the very low )it prices, everything in his line, such as Dry Goods, Groceries, ~hoes, Boots, Hats, Clothing, Tin ware, . Woodware, i'lowe,-. Axes, Hames, Collars, Saddles, Etc.. Etc. Being an old Merchant of this Parish, he is sure to be able to suiit purchasers. January 10th,.1 66, tf. l-. HYI? , Ji . &CO., Wholesale and Retail C OO E R8 , `:-AND DEALSBS IN Fancy G>ceriel, Boat and Bar Stores, Front Street, 1"AVE opened at the old brag Storeof JI. Cruiksbank & Hynson a full, complete and well selected stock of (iQOERBIES, LIQUORS, WINES, etc. etc., consisting in pprt of Flour, Sugars, Bacon, Isrd. Sugar (ured Beef tongnesi losben and Westerna Butter, Rice, - Starch, Potataes, LOnions, MacNerell Salmon, Sardine,, lHerring s, an: ts . o kbinds, Preserves, JAllies, S Pruitsa In their 1 own inice," Essences for , Pastty and Cnstards. Cranberrie; Wline, Brtndies, Brandy F Er , ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 19 September 1866

R. B SSAT] ED Tfl VOLUME 22. *XAND ,IE ANI24~~~~~~~1A, ~ ~ LOIIAA WE1~-Y~ SJPEM3R 9 ' l: .------CI ..·...../ T E I _ 1V 8 : Tim DEMOCRAT is published *eekly,5 t FIV'E DOLLARS per annum, TumE far months, payable in advance. No sub rip tion taken for a less 'period than six months. ADVERTIRE3IENT inserted a tlie rMt obf $1 50 PER SQUARE for the first insert8ln and 75 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 Half column.................... 17 00 Third of column. ....... . 130 00 Fourth of column................ 100 00 Cards, (occupying space of eight lines, or'less,) ........... . '. O00 Obituary notices, marriages, public ieet igs, cards of thanks, etc., to be laid for as advertiasments. Personal cards, when admissiblecharged double the usual advertisement. H'X IT GOOD NIGHT. Close her eytlidi-piess them gently, O'er the dark.lnd leaden eyes, . Fnr the soul thalad...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 19 September 1866

ALEXANDRIA. TLA.: Wednesday..September 19, 1660. Tcah.e N'otice! A FTER SEPTE3MBER 25th I will be compelled to enforce the law-against all delinquent tax-payers. P. CONLTN, U. S. Rev. Collector. ip Among our new advertisements this week, will be found the foll and aniile card of E. Giquet, No. 126 Canal street, New Orleans. It is entirely useless for us to mention to the public, the well-known and patent fact, that this house is one of the oldest, most reliable and deservedly popu lar emporium oftoutes 'choses in the United States. An attentive glance at their ad vertisement will suffice our friends to make out a list, at once full and perfect, of every thing needed in their households and send their orders to Giquel. 1A, At every corner of our old town, yet bound to rise ,iumpl andy from her Banks-ashes, we ke. t1 .sona4 of the hanlqm dthe ring of tetroi Under tiet" fact or bilders need agre t many s bdorsllini, sash and seasoned lumber of all kit-fm thiMl tason we invite -their a...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 19 September 1866

the-ceremnony, when the ceremopoI1aying tro corner-stone 4 ookl-piag. Accordi to the Masonic ritualfter be4singitvitb bread, wine and oil, the stonb wds4ow ere into its place while minute guntdiwAe fired, and the ipa played a dirgs. The Grand Master congratulated those present on the fact teat there Was present no less a personage than the President of the United States with the distinguished heads of the Departments who he heard amlil be lieved was a member of the Masonic fra teriruity. This remark wats applauded by the clapping of hands. A prayer was then delivered by the Rev. Mr. Milburn, of the P'rotestant Episcopal Church, whet Gen. Dix addressed theassemblage. The orator was repeatedly interrupted by applause, and when he concludedthe President was e.fled for. He- apeared in front of the platform and delivered the following'ad dress fellow Citizens: t have trav e4 over a thownand miles, after having been iquited t) attend the ceremony.(f laying the -core oer-stone of the ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 19 September 1866

Alexandria Advertisements. ONE DOOR BELOW S. K. JOHNSON F'ron.t Street, OFFERSIto the public at the very low sit prices, everything in his line, such.as Ury Goods, Groceries, Shoes, Boots, S .Hats, Clothing, Tinware, Woodware, Plows, Axes, llames, Collars, Saddles, Etc.. Etc. Acing an old Merchant of this Parish, he is sure to be able to siiit purchasers. January 10th, 1866, tf. I. C. YSONI , JI. O., Wholesale and Retali G- "IS. O E11t 5, A.-AKD DEALS Jw- Fancy Groeeries Boat asii Bar Stores, I Front Street, Alex:ancrlta, La., HAVE opened at the old Drug Store of Cruikshank & Ilynson a full, complete and well selected stock of GROCERIES, LIQUORS, WINES, etc. etc., consisting in part of Flour, Sugars, Bacon, Lard, Sugar 11famer, Beef tongues, Goshen and Western Butter, Rice, Starch, Potatnes, Onions, Mackerel, Salmon, Satdines, of all kinds, ... Preserves, Jellies, Jams, Fruits' S. their: Cranberries; Wiiis, Brandy Fruits, Wbisk , S l i, .OinltPo ! Sherry and NIWl Wines; Oi W die...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 26 September 1866

ý i 3s{ .E R. BIOSS AT] MIE .j o TEErL ,s Ch t?, { ' a. .... -. . . NYOLUME 22.9 ALEX-AN.jDRIIA,,, JOV.iThrX'i EEýBII!t ~~~Et)A -~~~ ·..~~ ?r r: p:- ~ 91;* Tile DEMooRAT is publhhed weekly, at FIl I)ot.LAtu ptranunamm Tuimntfo='si imonthl, payable inl adviince. '9q subscrip tion takenu four a lcss pcrid4 tfian six ,oinths. ADnvenRTIMTrs inserted at the rate of $1 50 PEIR sQUAiE for the first hertion auq S5 Cvats for each splequent ode. , Eight lines or less, constitute a square: Th'fol lowing are our rates to yearly advertlss6 : One column....... ...........$300 00 Half column...............: 1M 00 'Third of column.......... ..130 00 Fourth of column.... ,... 100 00 Cards, (occupying apaco of eight lies, or less,":.. ......-.. 20 00 Obituary notices, marriages, public mat ngs, cards of tha;js, eto.: to be paid f.as advertisements. Personal cards, when admiss e hre;vrge double the uitai advertisements, __ ttr.'iai er at a. " W1ill practid in the tourfs of Ra  and adjoinin rilA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 26 September 1866

ALEXANI)DRIA. LA.: WIVednesday.. September 26, 1866. FOR Z1EW ORLEANS. The Fast Mail and Dispatch Steamer, N-AVIG-A'L'ORI KOUNS .................... Master. W TILL pass Alexandria on downward trips, TIURSDAY EVENING. Re turning will leave New Orleans every SATURIDAY at 5 P. )I., passing up by Alexandria on MONDAYS at 12 M. Passengers are assured of a quick and pleasant trip, and will please beready as shie will only touch in passing. 'PMrs. Hlanna P. Lewis can learn of an important letter, by calling at this office. LT? Robert Watson, familiarly known as "old Bob," the Nestor pilot of Red River, has purchased the steamer Elno ra, and will be here to-morrow on her first trip. Her acconmmooations are equal to any in the trade, and she is said to be fast. This latter ;quality is certain ly a rare and much needed one in our trade-for, since the surrender, all the slow boats of the waters have been placed in this river. A fast one would imake us give an old fashioned glare. Iunt, we digr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 26 September 1866

The Misdeeds of Dostie, the Bogus Martyr of New Orleans, Exposed -Beast Butler and Booty Banks his Appropriate Defenders-~x veriences of an Outraged lfu.a LocISVILLE, KY., Sept. 3, 1866. 7, his Honor John T, Monroe, Mayor of the City of New Orleans: Sirn-With no disposition whatever to censure; without inclination to deal in invective, vituperation or denunciation, but tsiuiply with a view to correct error and de t".ud truth, induces me to approach a sub jct so important, as also so unusual, as that of attacking the private character of a man after he has ceased to live. Death and the grave should, and in obedience to the innate generosity of mankind it does, connceal men's faults and bring to light their virtues, and places them in strong contrast to the sices which have ceased to be re imenmbered at the grave's brink. With these prefatory remarks, Mai Monroe, I beg to proceed at once to the main feature of this subiect. Some time since, in the city of New'Orleans, of which you are...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 26 September 1866

Alexandria Advertisements. QNE DOOR BELOW S. K. JOHNSON Front Street, OFFE~1 to the Puhlic at the very low .:t priCes, everything in his line, such as' tJry Goods, Groceries, Shoes, "Bonts, lists, Clothing, Tinware, Woodware, Plows, Hames, Collars, Saddles, Etc.. Etc. Ifeing an old Merchant of this Parish, he Ni sure to beable to siuit purchasers. .Jaunuary lOth, 1866, tf. R. C. NY1lON, JR. & Co., Wholesale and Retail ~O C i E LS,. -A.D DEALERS IN Fancy Groceries, Boat and Bar Stores, I E'ront Street, Alexandrida, La., ITAVE opened at the old Drug Store of SL Cruikshank & Ilynson a full, complete and well seldeted stock of GROUERIES, liQUORS, WINES, etc. etc., consisting in part of FIlonr, Sugars, Dacon, Lard. ,Stgar Cured 1arbs, Beef tongues, Goshen and Western Butter, Pice, Starch, Potataes, Onions, lancacred, "Salnoth, Sardines, IIerrings, Can fruits of all khls, 'Preserves, Jellies, Jams, Fruits in their own juice, Essences for Pastry and Custards. Ciranherries; Wines, ...

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

q • ' i Il, 'i .' ii .;:!ir* ''I '  ....... . . .... .... 00,, ' ,F r 4 I';1 . R . .. . . T E .·DS . Cr 'ii ) l i;k VOLUME 22. ALEXANDRIA, ,A, ,. . .....CTOE " ,; i ~~~ • i .,-,:{ "~~~~~~~~~i : , : : i nmt :·nl( nn:J;nrn m nU n a to ". :. .. . :.. .'. . ..!.. i-f .' ;tg- i :;:- ,[::<-2. ;, : ,. ,,:.. ..." -' .4.:' ,, ....... ....-......,.} :Y -''. . -TAR EgS: TIlE DEMOCRAT i3 published weekly, at FIVE DOI.LAns per annaum, Ta'ra for six months, payable in advance., No subscrip tion taken for a less period th'an six months. ADVERTISEIENTTS inserted at the rate pf $1 50.rER SQr'ARE for the firstinsertion.and 75 CENTS for each subsequent one. Elght lines or less, constitute a square. The fol lowing are our rates to yearly advertisers: One column .....................300 00 Half column.................... 175 00 Third of column..........: ... 130 00 Fourth of column ........ i.... 100 00 Card., (occupying space of eilit lines, or less,):... ....:.. . 20 00 Obitaary notifea...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 3 October 1866

AT,VXANDTRTA. LA.: WVednesda... .October 3d, 1I66. Gcv. Moore. We are pleased to announce the arrival of oar distinguished fellow citizen, Hon. Thomas 0. Moore, who returns once more among his many friends in thisi'arish, to commence the recuperation of his fortune which has been so shattered by the war. }His magnificent plantations, which were once models of beauty sad productiveness, are now a waste wilderness, and his spl,,n did mansion a heap of ruins. Governor Moore'slosses, however, wore but a neces sary consequence of his devotion to as~ lost cause," and he is not the man to repine at inevitable misfortunes. His well known energy, integrity and a vigorous constitu tion, which we are pleased to see is unim paired by hlsttiials and sufferings, will soon suffice, we trust,- to recover no inconsidera ble portion of that wealth and independence which he formerly enjoyed. We welcome him to his old home, and wish him much happiness throughout the remainder of his days. 30% An affrdy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 3 October 1866

Mn. Eorron :--Yoa will please re produce in your columns the subjoined poem from the pen of the lamented DAVID MARTIN, the former Editor and founder of the Democrat. It breathes in its tedlhrnelsS a'nd simplicity the in spiration of a poet "born-not made I Y BROTHER'S GRAVE, BY DAVID MARTIN. I'm standling by thy grave, brother, The sunit is sinking now; Its last rays fall on sxwimming eyes, And slorrow.clo)ade1 brow. The sharer of my boyhood, My1 maInhood's verdant bloom, Is in those walls of granite This hope-forbidding tomb. My heart is with thee, dearest, I'm resting by thy side! And methinks it would be well, If I with thee, had died. The passion waves of nature Are rolling mountain high! They cannot lull fill solace comes From yon unfading sky. I'm thinking of the place, brother, Where we first saw the light; Tim cottage on the hill-side, Where all was Eden bright; The song of birds iu Spring, The peach-tree blooming red, The meadow grass so green and soft, That was our summe...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 3 October 1866

Alexandria Advertisements. ONE DOOR BELOW S. K. JOHNSON Fron.t Street, OFFERS to the Public at the very low 3lt prices, everything in his line, such as pry Goods, Groceries, Shoes, Boots, Hats, Clothieng, Tinware, Woodware, Plows, Axes, Collars, Saddles, Etc.. Fife. eing an old ,erobant of this Parish, he : sure to bhehle to shit' purchasers. January 10th, 1866, tf. I. C. 111111 JR. & CI., Whoesale and Retail G- . O0 C E RS, -AND DEALERS IN- Fancy Groceries, Boat and Bar Stores, 2"roalt Street, .A~exan~.la, La.., AV AVE opened at the old b)rug Store of Cruikshank & (Iynsoun fu I, complete and well selected -toci of G;ROtHERIS, JIQUJOIt, WINSES, etc. etc., consisting ih part of Flour, .Sugars, Bacon, Land, Sugar Cured, Hams, feel tongues, Goshen and Western Butter, Rice, Starch, Poiataes, Onions, Macterel, Salmon, Sardines, Herrings, Can truits of all kinds, Pteserves, Jellies, Jams, Frl ts in their own iuice, Essences for Pastry and Cnstards. Cranberries: Wines, Brandies, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 10 October 1866

13. s ii ,R s sý} f; · N "il; ,r ,srh8ssF~; .Kt .t at 2J.~ R.- BISAT :E Q·~is4 21 t ALEXANDETA. LOIJISIANAf WSJfNiSD ~rZ ~ ~~:t~;- · ·- ·-:; ·~~~~ j;··i'T ." ., Stowy ýIt a s'3ýý- ·:".f " ,+;F,·t bV ý , "a , yr ,' 1 ý...I1+. ý..ý " ..' ', :ý"t;J.jM ta i; ý :; , , V ý + , k f · TBI a 1VI & Tus DEMocAT- is pbliashed ,1wek1yst FIvE DoLLARS pr annura, TjingE iob 11x months, payable in advanee. No subscrip tion taken for -a less perid tdhaw six months. ADiEwrrsE-EN~s insr4ted 'at thel t of $1 50 PER SQUARE for the first iein and 53 CENTS for each subaequ0out cne. Eight lines or less, constitute a square. The fol lowing are our rates,to yearly advertisera: One column... . .:... .. 60 00 Half column ................. 175 00 Third of column n.........:. 1 0 00 Fourth of column ... .: . ..: 100 00 :Carle, (occupying.space of, eight lines, or less,) .. .. . . .. 20id0 Obituary notices, marmige,rt ilbh `ht' - ags. cards of thanks, etc., to be paid fom advertIsements. Personal cards, wh...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 10 October 1866

AT,FXAN r)RTA. TA.: lVpdieesdav.... October 10, 1'66. ,V' The steamer Navigator, Kouns !Iaster, will arrive from New Orleans to-morrow at 11 o'clock. Iletrirning will leave Shreveport on Tuesday 16th inst. at 1 P. M., on arri val of train; passing Grand Ecore Wednesday l7th at 5 P. M-Alexand ria, Thursday Morning 18th at 9 o'clock-Norman's and Barbin's same dlay at 3 P. M. Ti The Lady Orace will leave for New Orleans this morning at 10 o'clock. The Elnora gees down on Saturday at 9 o'clock A. M. Both of these packets have furnished us with papers. ' The fine packet Irene goes down to-day at 12 o'clock. On her up trip her officers were kind enough to re inember the Democrat. VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE OR IENT..-We call particular attention to ihe advertisementsof John Bogan, pub li',hed in this issue, offering for rent or :ale very desirable and valuable :pro pe:rty. It is rare in these &dys of the scarcity of tenements that such chances are offered. The property is the very test...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 10 October 1866

JEFFERSON DAVIS, Interesting Interview With the Pris ouer at Fortress Monroe. MR. DAVIS, 'A DYING MAN." [IFrom the Petersburg, (Va.) Index. W,. are hap;,py to be able to lay before nr readers this morning an autlientic ac count of the interview between Mr. Davis and Mr. John D. Kelley, about which the liapers have, for the past few days, had so much to say, which was mere speculation. Our correspondent promises, as will be seen, to follow this with another letter on the same theme: To the Editor of the Inder-Please let me pay through your paper that I have just returned fi'rom Washington without any bishop, priest, or deacon accompanying me; that. I wrote a letter to our martyr Jeff. Davis, some weeks since, to wlhich I got no response until the return of Mrs ravis, he not being allowed to write; that in compliance with the spirit of that re spouse I hastened to Fortress Monroe, on the 17th inst., just as I have done maniy a time for our podr soldiers or poor negroes nmder sentence...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 10 October 1866

, Alexandria Advertisements. ONE DOOR BELOW S. K. JOHNSON Frot, t Street, OFPERS to thir Pubile at the very low ::t priers, everything in his line, suc,.as' Ory Goods, Groceries, Shoes, Bunts, Clothinr, Tinware, Woondware, Plow., Axe', lanmes, Coilars, Saddles, Etc.. Etc. 'einR an old M.'rchant of this Parish, he is sure to heofhe to In it purchasers. January 10th. 1866, tf. .LC. YNSON, JR.& O., Wholesale and Retail G-rOFt Eits, -AND DEALERS IN Fancy Groceries, Boat and Bar Stores, 1Fron't Stree t, A.lexatndria, La., H AVE opened at the old Drug Store of Cruikshank & ilynson a fai), complete 4and well selected stock of GROt'EIRIES. *LIQUOUS, WINES, etc. etc., consisting in ianrt of Floir, Bugars, Bacon, Lard, Sagar .'red Jlams, Beef tongues, (oslhen san Western Butter, Pice, Starch, Potataes, Onions, Mackerel, Salmon, Sardines, B&rings, Can fruits of all kinds, Prr.erves, Jellis, Jams, Fruits in their own iaice,I .:Essences for Pastry and Custards. Oranberries; Wines, Br...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 17 October 1866

;;~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~I I: Xi's Ui J··.l·.I~~'i'· 3T3Xb ;: · 9, iIJ: a. xr a$!. 11 v. t . .. ý ýý. ' `ý r. ý ý.+f 4 r 1 t ;t u *1 r w i i'i I : t t· ':1{ ' r r , Ir ~ x'' r . ir' t d r ( . .r .I ' .. ft ' 1 .il ? l i ý S ta it ? 1 SY '.i R }ýýSS T] ý ' I ( ! .' i r ,ti ýýs ! ýr," /r r. Ii $8 T iiS ?3 ,t! w i `i x i/ .'ýý)f ý'r `t1ý u fl' I or jId- ·';"In 4w iq d Tus Diioo .&'r ;s pebUsfid8wetek1; at Fiva t pi l, 7 hngaq+, ,p`nRt :f3 for .Ant month s, pfyabeiiV a tan. j o ubeeIrp tio. taken Sara, a ,leas. pricd:,lthan air mentbs. ;. Av~Tz8E~TIinsse -t .~,b~e iwte o $1 90 pua g afor tine first'ihkertiok aticr 75 Ery for .eIr 4, aocit q.; Eigh lines or leas, d .fstitutý 'sarkeT'Pheo1 ow~ing iar PWýtrea to air j yý iaere: One eoltlui:: n .o0 Third of `fol·ha I. '':;': -' ..:. ." 1-30 40o FiOurhlft(ijoiti ··: ·r:O::··9 PD~ "e, s[W*Y1*gApyt.e of 'eight ., i ILII avet io et. F s'doable th es dal addbrt~amnente. ' V I: -' vs. - Court - Parish ` of d:"`aCoclK aded: E'fawrit a'fe' A c...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 17 October 1866

ALEXAND)R A. ' TAk: Wednesday.... October 17, I966, RELIGIOUS SER#ICES. The following are the days on which the uandersigned expects to preach at the .TOWN HALL, between this and the sit ting of the Annual Conference, viz: the FOIJETIt Sabbath' in-October-th0e SF/ COND and FOURTH Sabbaths in Novem ber. (See IITb. 10, 25.) P'. M. GOODWYN. , ALV N.t, October, 1866. tw.+-b 'Our:plaitrs are taking' advantage of the present spell of good weather and are fast gathering their crops. From in formation gathered from the best sources, §we are now convinced that the cettOn crop of Rapides will about reach four thousand, eight hundred bales, when under fair cir cumatances Tflly twenty-six thousand bales .ought to tve been i nade. The corn crop is a sore one also, and then its quality is very inferior small-ears. As regards sugar, we know ` poly , two plaiters who will grald thisryear .i,04 of ituese has afine !i and is now grindiog, and the yield is - ,at-~!et 6 onfldestly -expects to min ...

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