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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 17 October 1866

'1N r M U 1U ME N TNs" Sli flhi5''S"aAR PON* TE NoO BLE DEAD ' tFrom the N. Y. Metropolitan Record. "No monuments :itended o-4 ni einmorate the rebellion will be permit ted to be erected," &c.-Bjr&eof. .Uajor-Genhrkil P. If. ,herktaa.' . li;ve old Irelanld! how it strikes home "to the hearts of those whoroeg*ed hee;,i~th 'tilitllvi as their mother country to find nams 'i4lustrious in thy annals ever asso istJ:d with unworthy deeds. ,"'No Jmouu ments peirmitted." 0 caralry Sheridan! Why did you niot rement1ih.u tI Jhlda4 M your fathers ere you profaned the name you bear by signing that ordermakingwar upon the noble de;d I lheforo entering on ,yor unequal struggle with the "spirit-that seeks to glorify the rebellion," why did you not through some good Yaidkeh'eetdhin call up the -unquiet ghosts of all :the despots, tie 'lantagenets, ,the. Laneaters, the Yorks, thoe Ttlor, the $tuart ,the Brnusi wicks, and, more brutal than ali, the tputb liens Cromwell--who for seven-' cent...

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. — 17 October 1866

Alexandria Advertlseiaeitst, I. C. 3X II[ I. & O., .I. lfesa lo an d R etail -AND DEALERS IN Fancy Groceries, Boat and Bar., r CSt reet, A~lexandcriaa , La. H AVE opened, : at 'the old Drbg Store of Oruikshatii & H ynson a full, complete and well selected atocke of GROOERIES,, LtQ ti ,1!PI E tet etc,.con sting io pa td Bagars, _ l 'Bacon, Lard, sugar Cured Banms, Beef tongues, ' and Westo'ru, I · ,, . Butesa Starchy Meckerel, Salmon, ` W Bardine,' Herrings,, Can frdi4 of aW1ý1nds, i'aerrvee rams . J in their o*n juice, I r ' eaenca for 'pnr and Custards. CranbIes; Nines, Brftndies,,4 Brandy - ' t' :l u m,q inrs, I dt,; a itc., Etc., Etc., Eco . Lat the pu'hlic give then a call esea they eill+$ut th0~pr,$toreef;ll u to the Ir t tt Edn. tfau tO athis` market, ahd at thle very cheapest cash prices. 4j,5R~STABL1& ALE NI, OTISIAN RE unexý4}a0 T lensed andterhorogh. 1 Y "%i .thevrttJa . kno~wn eivery 3tabIe, in the rear of the buelneas ia lrl J branpbeE They wil kk jcohstatitI...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 24 October 1866

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Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 24 October 1866

ALEXANDRIA., LA Wednesday... .October , t 6. RELIGIOUS S1RVIt'ES. ' The following are tho days on which the undersigned expects to. preach. at the TOWN HALL, between this and the sit. tIag of the Anu"al Qo ference, viilthe. FOURTH Sabbath in October-the SE COND and FOURTH Sabbaths in Novem ber. (See Roeb. 10,*A). .P M. GOODWYN. ALUXAJDRrA, October, 1866. ' rf there be an institution of para mount importance to a community and one that cannot be dislien~ed with, it is a good Blacksmith shop and Wheel wright establishment. By reference to our new advertisements it will be ob serve that oyce . Turner, merchants Seto: slter5 o -inevlle, have the &oaak M *ndra i'nd vanity, Sto'do anid tit go4op d While eat i tendtn tathie ± addje the segtan 1av 't ge14 =o g d and seasoned ire woos, which they are offering at the cheapest market rates. loEdotra Well, with his usual: einrgy and 1o esdahbuiness turp, is determined to ikeep W.~ ith the music of the day. He has accordingly taken a trip t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 24 October 1866

TE $' A0KORDn t From the LyiQhburg (Va.)Daily News. Oroce upon a m unight dreary, hile I pon dered, weak and wear, O'er the was of the rebell'on, and, the things that were before While i sat absorbed in thinkiLng-brandY cocktails slowly drinking, Suddenly I saw a blinking, one-eyed figure atmy door; Saw a one-eyed, winking, blinking figare at hiy door, tianding there and nothing more. Ah. I never shall. forget it, hew in glan cing round I met it, And i ever shall regret it, that I looked towards thatdoor, For I saW a onstrouS figure, like a giant, only bigger, And there stood a big buck nigger, lean ing up againsinmy door, Le~nlg there and nothing more. Straight into the fire-place spying, where my ham and eggs were frying, I beheld the pokor, lying near the hearth upon the floor; then with most determined vigor, straight , I hnrjed i t th e.igger . But so quick was that big nigher, that it n l stsd ck ti ld str the iMOt, ' i md ise the nigger's head completely 'and 'fell harmless...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 24 October 1866

AeRA lertawwiei. FALL AND WINTER TOB00 OF QOODBU! S A MARKET. uindersigned, thaikfiul- for iktepa st; liberal patronage, has the pleasure to give special notice to his friends and. eustothers, that his Store, on S zront SItreet, has been enlarged and entirely re with a frll awd large sortment of Groceries; Hosiery Shoes, of all kinds ~oots, d prices Baddleryri. ., Perlamer, . Aarwe ad Ides as odas.of Ladiea' Dress Goods selected with AO f *hichf are offered for LIV ING prices and on acrcmodating terms. Gi", Us ANOTIw OAL. SMOSES I1OSEI A. Oct 17 '66 tf ;, k. e aie and Retail J Fancy Groc4rtea, Boat and kar 9 ct Strts,, Sl V11," :. I at Ithe did Drag Store of "1 i&iank & " - eonua full,cnmplete I and wt of. (GROCERIES, L UfI !i ,, et. c. , consisting in Flour, CUred. . ed ... ,: togne., and Western Starch, Polatneo, SOnions, -ýr.PI ;FPl • i . , *u. ' ,,airJdllee, I Jilires, .- ~ . "'o their ow uu, Pastry ah ' UnstardP. (traibwri1s W i Bfrkndies, Brandy Fruits Whisbev, Rll...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 31 October 1866

rr . i ti ·~ f 7 r '{ i-i P.~ 1. : T tg~ fir.'1)~i SO!~OW~s " ý BI SSiT it rii r" `~ni K . __ _ __ _ __ _ _ j!, ri i , 1' "ý .r~f4 jf1j ;':f ý' J 'fit l isMrer f'ijX'F 'Sirrr.i' VOLUM 22. ALEXAN1`JJ L' h,,tn£ i , r -+ý -º .. ýý:, r r G^..r l'it t ! Z5 7 D1i iap _ x' ;^';:ý t ;'r ýrº n t r ` ...,. +.. . r%'S+Si fl j " i i ý i fýX11 t~ i r rip., T AR .f ý _ 5E DgxocaAT fs published' weakly, at F'p DIOLLARa per'Wnum, 1 51rHE for ui, months, pay t.le-\q · C o. ' 'reritl, tips taken for a 1essj clod, ttlhAi'-Ssix ;ADtR1~ts3tE!S. j~rtea a't thw rate of $1 60 patn 8QUARQ' foi tbne'Btinsertion and 75lid or 1e3 9; cQ stitute a sqnarie: The t 0 lowing are otit rates toyealy advertisers:. Ope coljup1~~... ;.I , ··· - :.~3oovoQ 1'qu;C:tiXf.;:..j4··.·.·:.; ,~l·U - rf'0tf coraumn: : . Third' of eo'lamn nb.. ...... r Q4 gird, (ccungp ea eight.: ýObitry :notices,'ih art'tgne3 pnbhce meet nP; :ca-ofthanks, etc., -to b3 paid fr. as advertiqeametts. -. . 1 der ena1'esrth, whhen -dmisaibietcharg ed i d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 31 October 1866

ATFXANTtTTA. TA. Wednesday.... October 81, 1q66. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. ~'he following are the days on which the ndersigned expects to preach at the TOWN HALL, between this and the sit ting of the Annual Conference, viz: the FOURTH Sabbath in October-the SE COND and FOURTH Sabbaths in Novem ber. (See Heb. 10, S.) P. M. GOODWTN. ALUAanaD3, October, 1865. t We would earnestly remind a large number of our patrons, that they are now running over four months into a new year's subseription of the Dsx eclAT, and have so far failed or for gotten to call at the ofce and plank down" the dough. All ehob we hope wlftake the'getle hint and come and lWAs the time approaches to make arrangements for the crop of 188-67, many straager are arriving In our midst prospecting about farms or as we used to call them, plantations. Wb are more than glad to see this and as oure them that they need not go faf tber than Rapides to find bargains. There is enough land opened in our Parish to raise eighty thousand b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 31 October 1866

Blames en. Grant in the Matter of the Exchange of  skia [nt Gen. Butler said at Hamilton, Ohio, b the other day, that while he never an swered tAonym us newspiapers attacks, c he felt it his duty here at Hamilton to r reTite.a slander which had been ciron- e lated from this platforf$ a few days ago a by a gentleman of standing in adivoca- a ting the election of the Demncratic can- a didate. He has chosen to say that I am re: aponsible ibr the starvation of ourpris oYers at Belle Isle and Andersonvilre, by refusing to exchange soldiers be. cause the rebels did not recognite tie t negroes in our service as regular sot- i diers. I don't propose to criticise 'nybotvhd " t or to say who was right ~t w l.o M wrong, bit I propose to state the exact facts, because it has been widely charg- t ed against me that in order to resc~e e the negro soldiers I preferred thnU d ,-. 600 of our men should starve rather a than agree that the negro should not I be exchanged. Whatever I might have though...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 31 October 1866

Alexandria Advertiselments. FRESH AlRIVAL:! ! FALL AND WINTER STOOCK O TW GOODS UNURPASSED , ;IN TRE ALEXANDRIA NA R:K ET. T HE undersigned, thankfnl for the past liberal patronage, has the pleasure to give special notice to his friends and customers, that his.store, on S3'ront Street, has been enlarged and entirely re fitted and cleared of his last year's stock, and completely refurnished with a full and large assortmeiitWf Groceries; Hosiery Sthoes, , of all kinds Boots, - -and prices. Hats, .. Clothing; Tinware, Woodware; 8addlery; Perfumery.. : A rare and rich. assortmenit of Ladies' Dress. Goods selected with great: care and .especially to:.stdt the taste of the Ladies of Rapider . All of which areoffired for LIV ING prices and on :accomodating terns. GIVE t s ANOTHEIR CALL. 11MOES ROSENTHAL.: Oct 17 '66 - Wholesale and ,Retail --AND DEALERS IN-- Fancy Gro:erlies;, oat and Bar - Stores, .F'rnt Street, THI VE opened at Ihe old Drug 8tore of 'Crnikshank & tlynson a ful, coi...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 7 November 1866

" '! : F: `. --,a 51A'iT ,<t: ~ o 70 6r 'ir a11 r,"I '` o ýý Ir! < xt ' 4 Rtfyif Fi 7 t: I Iai $I nr t1nraul q i 9 fxtIjI'm'Ai 9f ti ilin8'4~q si tAgaqeb oJ Ia trfrq tintkg w gurw , l ti nh s t, In tn iff rm 03 0 10 1 oo4 - " 1 ) +ý i/Iý(7 .a: týfýf;' * r. 14 ' 8iI.l ýnI, 1I I ¶frn !':flt n yi3iJ ,Hý b- n n tlna+tnm1 "! ýr; t rr r : r+ "+ q )f n. 'ýlt1,~~SZ~iFI_~S::' ~ ~ii l: t0; .. ·r.ý 1· l1 ~ I ; ,; ` A f Iv p g f; r r nci ''J ri ; i f;.,· ; i : ·1 :i 9sj8 tn i' II , J ?itt o i i 9 A .,,s t "i~ '"Zau 9 i ý q t' ý ' fr ~ ftý t 1r *.'1" r1nij Ii fnAoi n-Hf r~ll B'OAT?: 1 ' r ,;1,: ,) ý 111..- li!'!, ' ;ýIj.9 i+#I s 9 +. OQ ti 1 9'I ý" 'PPd ·fLýfS S;24fC-).pl_ 9 l r"ý ý,, t ;ýný ':i .`' !r+' i: rýII!4 !'}(S t'lii'iel`1Dp} ý1tftrn r. f t, r:: at i Iý1i A G t fF >` !.' + `11.) 1 F ·~r~l I -~ "$ 'ýý i1.7Yý ý!ý . · !'ýt' :ýC;!t"'1''r 'ill II~ l~i i I lt asll ,ifirrr, lo 1 ý F /IVrloca hiilotfl ff rbýf! Er i ic? ftZ' ý1'sý Ds oc~r r i pbliiheeJ wee at Ftvg. DIJAtSo 'per atIItu, ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 7 November 1866

1T..i'\' s\'r riT . 2T , mt 'lsea..inr.. tovwembV *rr 9 1Q6. RELIGIOUS S E C S The fnllowing are the days on which the undArmigne expects to preach at -the TOWN HALL, between this and the sit: iing nf the Annnal Conferenee, -via: the FOTRTH fahbatlm in Oetnloer-ths. SE CONt and'FOURTH Sabbaths in Novem ber. (See Heb. 10, 2.) P. M. GOODWYN. a.PAxrmA, October, 4866. SOI- OOTL 1fTICSE. TI7Jlb Pchool litely conducted by Mrs. 1i4lee, will be carried op by Misi OCTAVIEB iNbi 0 Sad will commence on "' .Mtnda(y, .'o:,ember I;. 'all" Instruction give in l Maie ad I'tencich when required. For terms apply to Miss Bruno, any time after Monday, at my residence. SEN RY ST. JOHB . 'tim eY.4 ": E. R. llossat, Hion. Judg RTvn nnd ('nrtis F. Lewis, ' We would earnestly remind a large inmlber of our patrons, that they arbiw runsing oEer four months into a new year's subscription of the Dix OcT~r, and have so far failed or for gotten to call at the office. and plank downi the dough. All such we hope 1 ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 7 November 1866

pdtigg the'ist twio eas of ti_ e p'r was a resident of North Louisiana having been comnpelled to leave home, or rather having no htimbi lift the, aftr.Batial' so cow .raid up Red River. I, as well as bundreda more of helpless woment with, little children, was " bdrned'uut"' ~ai the ph.ase goes; arid I thioght at the tnhe it would have ien Well ffii dt it *el.dl 5,eb burned up als, j it we had uost evertlthi, in. tha wide world that we could Call out own. Lif alone was scared as hyour fes and for tha poor boon of a life buftlof' every 1,les.ing I thanked them' nqt. .$ Iravenr willed it so, and I. and my litt ones becameI refugees in one of the upper parishe'. ---- Parish, atleast that .iiotito tlf it selected for our retreat,' , trt, swampy country, covered with ~ith"ittval forest thickened with dense dndetrrurth through which the intigident rtords, -o rather paths, wind for miles 1~ unpioken s ,litude. As I. was one d:y riding thfutsh this aninviting re-ion I disc vered, not more...

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. — 7 November 1866

AIlxaan4r& " 4vrtisEa3`-" :I - r THa f¶E ALT qI ,BU unE ,dersigned, tbankful-for past iberaTl patlroiig, .Ia the, plasure . to. give speialii~ti4e to ltis ,frieitds aud. a'm., ;'.t 4 his. store,ona *abe;en F nlli ecl .ýSntiree,]i r-r fittbeI Sin4.teareiI of hiiw lasut ye:4r stock, and coLff1et6Tyt' funhi'te with a full and large afsoi'tnueit br Groceries ; ilieaf lory -. Sites; -`' of' -aJkhftlh Tinware,' Woodwao ¶e; "; Sadjlery i a v Pr~At~ery. } *irrre aijtic ;asli;in great care andr'B trtilrý'"ýtoo ýiý'k} the, sat oft te LadiesrwW; apidz 2 S1lPof wrhieth Ie ALrq · for;livti bI i~es' and on ~ act idi't : Givrx U Ir. AomCA Qa 'P2' FS MOS:~109 RO8I~BTHMXI ·` ;hole3a:e and Iet i1 -.tND DFAWIR;t* Fdee,:6rorceri i bA Bbatl and. Bar Stores, --IP TJXIVE orpervil1 at:1u rid 'f~i jrIig} 8*rtrz i iIOrnikahui~kL& Uynunnsi u'lftnplr.~t7 and wvkl 4tdl sttic4 ot. 4tt4 'i"KRE. LIiQUORS, 1VIX'E.~, etc. etc., cuuug,iA airt ' u1f :o if nracr *rla6it H 'ir i1'" i';:fb..f : :S r.! t L2~ i .. ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 14 November 1866

. . , . e- ,vi' ,, .0.. ..« j u ýhdhid . . . . . . .. . . . . . .. . .. . . . . . . . .. - " " 1 t . i. i . .. . ,; l `. I, i.. .i - - ,- . , y r- ' Y' ,lF- -4s a ! ftt I 1 1 VOLUME 22. LE AN I s L JTk ri +> 7R s ___ __ ___ __ ___ __ ___ __ h · I~Y4 )li. . ___ __ __ __ ___ __ __ __ __ 7.·f TERMS: Tse DaMOCRAT is publishod weekly, at Firs DOLLARS per annum, TuRas for six months, payable in advance. N9 subecrip Jion taken for a less, period than six motllhs. ADVERTISME.NTS inserted at the rte ,of $1 50 rna Wrrua for the first insertion and 75 CSrrs for eati'subsequent one.- Eight lines or less, constitute a square. The fol lowing are oar rates to yearly advertisers:, Onec olumn... ........r ..... V ..;.300 00 Half columb.............. 175 00 Third of column.... . ..... ..- 1 00 Fourth of column... .,, ....... 100 00 Cards, (occupying space of eight lines, or less,) ........... ......... " 0 00 Obituary notices, marrsages, public meet eog, cards of thankl, etc.; to be paid for as a...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 14 November 1866

ALEXANDRIA, LA: WEDNESDAY ov1,M 6 6.R...6......... , 1, Ca' We would earnestly remind a large number of our patrons, that they are now running over four months into a new year's subscription of the DEM ocad , and have so far failed or for gotten to call at the office and plank down the dough. All such we hope will take the gentle hint and come and see uns. The State Seminary, A meeting of the Board of Supervi sors of the State Seminary has been called for the 21st of this month and we would earnestly request. the mem bers to attend at the appointed time.- The interests of the Institutiondemand a full attendance, and men should not accept positions the labors incident to which they do not intend to perform. It is now six months since the new Board was appointed, and yet no quo ruam has ever yet met, and the Board is yet anorganised. In the mean time, owing to the great energy of the Fac ulty, the'Seminary has prospered more than at any. other time during its his tory, and beyond the ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 14 November 1866

THE VALLEY OAMPAIGII OF 1862. Interesting Particrlars of Jack s0o's Movements. ITE FIGHT AT PORT REPBIJLC. SFrom the N. Y. Metropolitan Record. PORT REPUBLIC, June 8, 1862. On the morning after the battle of Cross 1Keys the Eighth Louisiana was the first regiment of Ewell's division to cross the Shenandoah at Port Republic. A few mo ments afterwards artillery firingwas heard to the front, and the regiment waseordered by Brig.-Gen. Taylor to move forward and report to the General Commanding in the fight. Advanced rapidly.down the road pointed out by Major Dabney of General. Jackson's staff, and soon came in view of the enemy. His right rested on the river, and his line extended thence across level wheat aind clover fields to a range of wood. ed hills on his left, where, on a slight emi mence, he had in position a six gun battery which was served with great rapidity and precision, and enfiladed and swept theroad by which the regiment was advancing. There was also another battery in po...

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. — 14 November 1866

Alexandria Advertisements. FRESH ARRIVAL!!! FALL AND WINTER STOCK OF ,NEW GOODS UNSURPASSED IN THE ALEXANDRIA MARKET. T HE.~1iedersigned, thankful for -the past liberal patronage, has the pleasure to give special notice to his friends and customers, that his store, on 1'ronat Street, has been enlarged and entirely re fitted and cleared of his last year's stock, and completely refurnished with a full and large assortment of Groceries; Hosiery Shoes, of all kinds Boots, and prices. Hats, Clothing; " Tinware, Woodware; Saddlery; Perfumery.' A rare and rich assortiment of " Ladies' Dress Goods selected with great care and especially. to suit the taste of the Ladies of Rapides. All of Which are offered for LIV INo prices and on accompdating terms. GIvi Us ANOTHER CALL;" MOSES ROSENTHAL Oct 17 '66 tf Wholesale ana Retail GCt RO0ERS S, -AND DBALERS IN Fancy Groceries, Boat and Bar (Stores, 'rornt Street, AlESjac3.dria, La., H AVE opened at the old Drug Store of 11 Orikhbank & Hynson a...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 21 November 1866

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Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 21 November 1866

ALEXANDRIA, LA: WED ESDSD Y ) OVEMBER.................21, 1866, 9" We would earnestly remind a ,largo number of our patrons, that they ire now running over four months into a new year's subscription of the DEM OCRAT, and have so far failed or for gotten to call at the office and plank down the dough. All such we hope will take the gentle hint and come and ee us. The New Orleanu Fair. 'he preparations forthe grand Fair Cf the Mechanics' and Agricultural Association of Louisiana would seem to indicate that the exhibition will prove a complete success. Yesterday was the day appointed'for the opening exercises, when an address was to be delivered in English by Hon. Wm. M. Burnt!l one of the Editors of the Bul letin, and one in French by Judge Vic tor Burthe. All kinds of animals, ma chinery and fancy goods are to be on exhibition, and premiums granted to the exhibitors of the finest articles. We are glad to see that the people of Louisiana are turning their attention to practical matter...

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