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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 10 April 1867

THE LAST VETO, g ragsIDENT'S OBJECTIONS TO TILE SUP - plZENTARY RECONSTRUCTION BILL. 1'0o House of Representatives: T have considered the bill entitled "An '1 supplemen(tary to an act to proviade for , s nore efficient governmen't of the rebel , s, passed March 2d, 1867, and to facil it'te restoration,'" "and nowv return it to the gouse of Reprcesen8Otives with my objec-" be bill provides for elections in the ton tos broight nnder the operation of the urdfnt act to which it is supplement.'ry. I tails.are principally directed to the tWtions for the formation of the State tonitutions; but by the sixth section of 1oill all elections, i.n the States occur Ig while the original actremainsinforce, a brought within its provisions. Referrinlg to the details it will be found "that, first of all, there is to be a registra ion of the voters. No one wluse name la not been admitted on the list is to be allowed to vote at any ~fibe 0, elections. 'To ascertain who iseilitled toragistration, rdere...

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. — 10 April 1867

NEW ORLEANS BUSINESS CARDS. BOSTICK &. SEYMOUR, 38 Fulton street, Wholesale dealers in Metals, Hardware, Ship Chandlery, Steamboat and Railroad supplie.. A.gents for Now York belting andl Parking Co. nov 28 1866 ly PZ'IOL .L II,'E Pl781 .JfC7W. S D. MOODY & CO., 67 Tclhounftoulas S street. Special attention given to selling Mackerel, Codlish, Herring, Butter, Cheese and Lard. nov 28 1866 ly IEB)ELRTd* F.d1CT COOvS, A B. GRISWOL) & CO., (old firm of Ae Hyde & Goodrich) established in New Orleans 50 years. Manufacturers and Importers of Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, k.ntlery, Gunis and Pistols, corner Canal and Royal streets. nov 28 1866 ly GC BRUNIG, Artist in Hair and dealer G " in Watches and Jewelry, No. 118 Canal street. Prenminm a~warded at the Iate Fair for best Hair work. Watches re paired an'd warranted. A. REMANN, deo 12 1866 ly Watchmaker - o UlT/J.) IJ IS. . EE'DS' FOUNDRY, corner Delord and Foucher streets, Manufacturer Steam Engines, Boilers, Sugar Mills...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 17 April 1867

3L', -i "··r - " --------- "~ rrm.PP~ . -  . - - -  . .. . . . . ... -.. . .• ,. t::J. OU ift 1aU O ;. .BIOSSAT) TBEJM WOR,LDI 'IS G-OVERNsB TO Uh 3iO A1tflý~~~~ VOLUME 22. }ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA, WEDNESDAY, PI , 48187 1NJBE43 Ca '4 f W , ~ ~ 4 o c r i g t e R i i g o h o z l A e a d i d e t a r i n R ~~~I ~ v . . A ~ L WIn t ~ w T 1E ER 1'8 Tru DEMOCRAT is published weekly, at rivea DOLLARS pet annum, THREE for six 4months, payable'iu advance. No subscrip fion taken foPr a less period than six months. AnvsasrRtsuaBrs inserted at the rate of $1 50 PER SQUARE for the first insertion and 15 Crrs for each subsequent one. Eight lines or less, constitute a square. The fol lowing are our rates to yearly advertisers: :One column......... ......... $300 00 Hatf column................... 175 00 Third of column .............. 130 00 Fourth of column ............. 100 00 (ards, (occupying space of eight lines, or less,) .............. 20 00 : Obituary notices, marriages, public meet ngs,...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 17 April 1867

ALEXANDRIA, LA: WEDINTESDAY APRIL........................17, 1867. EASTER SUNDAY-CATHOLIC CHURCH, r Mass of Demonti for two sopranos, to le which a base has been added by the Rev. t4 J. P. Bellier; seven sopranos, four altos, four bases, with organ and full orchestra. Office to begin at 9 o'clock. sale of the pews after Church. COLLnct'rZoN.-The object of the collec- at tion is to raise the amount necessary to w rebuild the fence in front of the-.Church, w Presbytery and Convent; this fence having ch been destroyed by the last overflow. of April 3,1867-3t. J. P. BELLIER. ac ca Bishop.Wilmer's Visit. bh ou According to previous notice Bishop he Wilmer, of the Protestant Episcopal dii Church recently, made an official visit atl to the churches of his denomination in in; this Parish. On the 4th and 5th he preached at Cheneyville and on the 7th pa at Alexandria. At the former place he see confirmed five and at the latter eight no persons. At both places the congrega- WV tions assembled ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 17 April 1867

Correcting History, Spy gy Joseph E. Johnston has published , gelr'a Daily Messenger severali tu . tbistorical corrections ofthe account the by the author of the "Life of . Gt.General (Stonewall) Jackson," He di1 ~~atht this member of General Jack- Ma "' taff was not snticiently careful in tarp týestatement of facts, and coloring of The following are extracts from haV eneral's review: to ':17 "** and. Beauregard, after Mi  g in anxious suspense to hear his strt n upon the heights of Centreville, cap ~ ae day and the battle were-too far tr Sw eed for aly otheir resort, relfpqnished toovement. * * The only tactics which be iced for the Confederate General's tee to bring up such reinforcements as cal be spared from the centre and right as ely.u ed dsl en., Beauregard could not have listenied da *~tbe opening of guns on the heights of ma C0ttreville, for none had been sent thbre. of ~ enll's turning movement was reveal- wh hby Bee not ewrer than half-past ten. f the centre and right...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 17 April 1867

I EW ORLEANS BUSINESS CARDS. f 7 /'/1 A'W/, /V, /YING(, -/e. BOSTIC.K & SEYMOUR, 38 Fulton Sstreet, Wholesale dealers in Metals, Hardware, Ship Chandlery, Steamuboatanid Railroad s)Ipplies. Agents fur New York Iklting and Packing Co. nov 2d 1866 ly yflOf , y L1Y FI, . IfL'f. ý D. MOODY .& CO., 67 Tehonpitonlus tio street. 8neeial attention given to .a.lling Mackerel, Codfish, Herriteg, Butter, (heese and Lard. nov 28 1806 ly .r1; ntB zLcE rt FA NCF ooiDs. A B. GRISWOI) & CO., (old firm of . Hyde & Goodrich) estnablished in New Orleans 50 years. Manufacturers and Importers of Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Cutlery, Guns and Pritols, corner Canal dt1n Rloy:al streets. nov d 1866 ly G BRlNIG ,-rtist in Hair and dealer G . in Watcses and Jewelry, No. 118 Canal street. Premium awarded at the late Fair for best Hair work. Watches re paired and warranted. - A. RIEMANN, dec 12 1866 ly Watchmaker LEEDS' FOUNDRY, corner Delord and L Foncher streets, Manufacturer Steam Engines...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 24 April 1867

3 . BIOSSAT] TI W ORLD IS G OV1 l RN TOO iM U :0 C OLUME 22. ALE XANDRIA, LOUISIANA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 186 3vim Domuns per annum, T sREE for six onths, payable in advance. No subscrip taken for a less period than six 4 i50 nR squiRe for the first insertion and CTarrsfor each subsequent one. Eight -tInes or less, constitute a square. The fol wing are our rates to yearly advertisers: ,one column .............. .8300 00 .;Half column................ 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 ugs, cards of thanks, etc., to be paid for as, 7 dvertisements. Personal cards, when admissible, charged ,~'double the usual advertisements. .".If we Knew," [From the N. 0. Picayune.]' If we knew the woe and heart-ache Waiting for us down the road, If our lips could taste the warmwood, If our backs could feel the loud ; Would we waste the ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 24 April 1867

ALEXANDRIA, LA': WEIDNSESDDAY APRIL ........................ 24, 187.  We would earnestly remind a large number of our patrons, that they are now running over six months into a new year's silbscription of the DEX 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 see us. W Argyle Bitters-Benj. Tur ner, Pineville, La. •-.--.--.-- ----__. Easter at the Catholic Churob. On Sunday last a large congregation assembled at the Catholic Church to participate in the solemn and interest ing celebration of the Easter holy day. Father Bellier had bestowed much care on the choice and training of the choir for the occasion, and must have felt no little gratification at the manner in which the different members acquit ted themselves. The superb execution ofthe music added greatly to the inter eat and solemnity of the occasion. The Sermon was preached by Rev. Father Downing, of New Orleans, and was lis ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 24 April 1867

The South, .opy from the Nashville Gazette er5otn of a lecture delivered in that -1 'by Father Ryan, author of the p erted Banner": A land without 0 is a land without memories-a a ithout memories is a land with- t brty. A land that wears a lan- 1 own may be fair to see; but twine: d :w sad cypress leaves around the d wof any land, and be that land a , beantiless and bleak, it be ~ lovely in its consecrated coronet t • W;, and it wins the sympathy of I e·rt and of history. Crowns of C Sfade--crowns of thorps endure.-' r es and crucifixions take deepest I of humanity-the triumphs of I are transcient-they pass and t . jrwgPtten-the sufferings of right E : graven deepest on the chronicle of t give me the land .where the ruins are read, ý,, , j he living tread light o'the hearts of t vthe dead;. ,iver me a land that is blessed by tihe jd bright with the deeds of the down. :trodden just. give me the land where thp battle's red blast' t ,shed on the future the form of the g ve me a land ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 24 April 1867

NEW ORLEANS BUSINESS CARDS. . OSTICK & SEYMOUR, 38 Fnlttn . street, Wholesale dealers in Metals, Hardware, Ship Chandlery, Steamboat and Railroad snpll;es. Agents for Now York lelting and Packing Co. nov 28 1866 ly WI lIOZ ES.ýLE FL SJ' . C'7S. S D. MOODY & CO., 67 Tchoupitoulas . street. Special attention given to selling Mackerel, Codlish, Herring, Butter, 'Vheese and Lard. nov 28 1866 ly A B. GRISWOLD D & CO., (old firm of A.. Hyde & Goodrich) established in New Orleans 50 years. Manufacturers and Importers of Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Cutlery, Guns and Pistols, corner Canal and Royal streets. nov 28 1866 ly G. JRUNIG, Artist in Hair and dealer 1. in Watches and Jewelry, No. 118 Canal street. Premium awarded at the late Fair for best Hair work. Watches re paired and warranted. A. RIEMANN, dec 12 1866 ly Watchmaker . 0 UrAT/IBS. LEEDS' FOUNDRY, corner Delord and I. Foucher streets, Manufacturer Steam E]ngiues, Boilers, Sugar Mills, Saw Mills, Cotton Presses, Ne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 1 May 1867

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 1 May 1867

ALEXANDRIA, LA: or men WEDNTESDAY aii 3AY ...........................1 , 1867. trial vaca I T We would earnestly !4 xtitmid -a Lotl large number of our patrons, thAt they Duti are now running over sisxnonths into erla a new.year's subscrltiOn of the Dvx- thb o·~Hr, andl have so far failed or t6r- mac gotten to'eil11 at the office ald Idank his' :down the dough. All suCh we hope as ti will take Bhe"gentle'lint and come and Cesl dalis see us. ad Rad Catholic Church. atte spec Sunday, May 3t~ - ley : cant 'A fall attendance of the congregAtion twel Lis respectfully requested, as some mat- 4,, ter of importance is to be introduc(d. sho J. P. BELLIER. r The Begistry, itff The Registers have been appointed a by General Sheridan for the country parishes and are to commence the work of registry on the~irttoley.of May and n to complete it in ahty 'days Some complaint has been'uttered-with regard ttosthe individuals who have been ap ipoiulted, most of whom do not reside in 'the parishes where...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 1 May 1867

V'IR - ruan t Letter from Capt. Wirz's Counsel. P 0 DOES THE RESPONSIBILB'f FOR THE ALDIR=ONvYILE IIORRORS ftEST TO THE AMERICAN PE)PLME. Iatending to leave the United.States for .. time, I feel it my duty, before I start, to lli in part a promise which a few lZ before his death, I gave to my unfor steclient, Captain Wirs, who was exe st Washington on the 10th day of jvremlber, 1865. Protesting up to the i, moment his innocence of those mon aeo crimes with which he was charged, l received my word that, having failed to rs him from a felon's doom, I would, as asu I lived, do everything in my power his memory. I did that the more mil, as I was .then already perfectly wyinced that;he suffered wrongfull . ijoe that time, .lis unfortunate children, both here and in Europe, have constantly iblored me to, ipe out the terrible stains em now comer the name of their father. jough timer, did not seem propitious for .staing fl justice; yet, considering that oa is mortal, I will, before enterin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 1 May 1867

NEW ORLEANS BUSINESS CARDS. I14Zf) AlD "f'1 7'lN Y LAV'. ?r. BOSTICK & F;IMOUI;l, :- Fulton street, Wh)Ioles:alS (d'alers in Metals, HIardware, Ship Chandlery, Steamnboat and Railroad snpplies. Agenta for New York Belting and Packing Co. nov 28 lk66 ly )I'IOJL RSALL FISHI .1C Y'3. S D. MOODY & CO0., 67 Te'oupitotlas • street. Special attention given to selling Mackerel, Codfish, tHerring, Butter, Cheese and Lardl. nov 28 1866 ly ,J7PVRWFI ? &* F.IJA"C GO 00rS. A II. GRISWOLD & CO., (old firm of * Hyde & Goodrich) estalblished in New Orleans ,5) years. Manufiacturers and Importers of Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Vutlery, Guns and Pistol&, corner Canal and Royal streets. nov 28 1866 ly , BRUNIG, Artist in IHair and dealer * in Watches and Jewelry, No. 118 Canal street. Premium awarded at the late Fair for best Hair work. Watches re paired and warranted. A. RIEMANN, dec 12 1866 ly Watchmaker FOL WITI)IS. LEEDS' FOUNDRY, corner Delord and Foucher streets, Manuf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 8 May 1867

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 8 May 1867

ALEXANDRIA, LA: WEDINTESIDAY MAY ...........................8 , 1867. SPECIAL NOTICE, IFHE Registers of Voters for this Parish will remain in Alexandria until the 12th inst. Will be in Cheneyville bn May the 13th and remain until the 19th. Will he at Davis'Store, Spring Creek Precinct, on May 20th and remain un til the 23th. Will be at Hlineston May 27th and re main until June 2d. Will be atIIuddlestou'sJune 5th and remain until the 12th. IN' Remember that J. E. Gibson has a fine lot of cheap Boots and 8hocs. Corn and fork. We are requested to give notice that some corn and pork has been received I here, from the " Missouri Southern Re- I lief Association," for distribution a- I inong the widows and orphans of Con- I federate soldiers, as well as disabled soldiers. Application must be made 4 with proper vouchers from R. C. IHyn son Esq., at the Warehouse of Biossat I & French in Alexandria. The Registration, The JRegisters for this Parish com menced operations on Saturday and i ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 8 May 1867

CONGRATULATORY ADDRESS OF THE to IMIOcIRATIC EXECUTIV C lmITTIE. Ds,ocnA'rIc EXECUTiVE Coar. ROOMS, j. COLUMBUS, 0, ARIL 11. 186v. DaiOCRnTS OF OurIO: We congratulate yon upon the cheering political indica tions. Our party, as it woere, has passed through a long, dark political night--so long hnd so dark that tmany have tlespair ed of the daswning of the day; but at last the night is passing away, and a ray of light breaks through the thick darkness eastward. In New Hanipshire the Repub lican majority has largely fallen off. Con necticut unfurls the Canstitntion and re cords a decisive majority for the Denhocra= cy-giving to the Democratic candidates on the State ticket a majority of about one thousand, electing three out of the four candidates for Congress, and causing the _egislature to stand: Senate, 11 Republi cans and 10 Democrats; House, 127 Repub licans and. 117 Democrats. At the spring el6ction of 1862, preceding the fall election wherein the Democracy carried Ohio, Penn s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 8 May 1867

.N 1;1 II kiN:1N S R1'SISI:SS lK It,' & SI;KA S}:V O~L, :18 IFulton street.tc, t'; hol1HwRle d,+alo(rs" in Meas, Il irdnare, Sail, ipChaodieiy, Stfr;nlrboat and Railroad supplies. Agelnt for Now York Belting and PaLcking Co. nov 21 0 86ti611y _______ ?ViL6( L&'J FI8I7·~1i If J?. t~~Y I 1). MOOfDY & CO., 7 T'cholipitoulas 1J. street. Special attention given to rolling Mackerel, uodiiah, llerring, Butter, Cheese and Lard. nov28 J8661 ___ .JEI'Ef~t~ A.4'Cr G~OODS. ,A B. GRISW'4OL) & CO., (old firm of A1.. Hyde & Goodrich) established in !V'ew Orleans f0years. Manuflwtnrers and Importers of WVatchesJcwelr , Silverware, Cntlery, Guns nd ,itols; corner Cau4. and Royal streets. not df3 T8661y '208. BRUN'IG, Artiist';i n .Hair knd~desler G"inWatches~a and: Jewelry,: PPq.:"118 C8anal street. Premiunm awed-4"+% tl~n. late Fait for r bst Hts work. , :Vatpl paired and, warpoute4.;AjB hW dcc 12 186E5 lyWatchºmaker F~'O I.NJ'wS , TEEPS' 1I'OtjNYR7Y, corner Dehirda'i4 Poa cher ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 15 May 1867

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 15 May 1867

ALEXANDRIA, LA: WEDISESDA MAY................... .......15, 67 SPECI A . The Registers of Voters for the Par ilah of Rapides will remain in Alexand ria until Sunday the 19th of May, 1867. They will be atCleneyville on Tues= day the 21st of May, 1867. We are rpquiute04 t, give notice that some corn and orik has been received rierp;et fn#tbt 1i'i ip ' fi8 ºi, Re lfet Assoeiatfod,* br'dtis ru o mopg the widowo %lplpnm of Con federits oideri , as k l11i 'disabled soldiers. Application must be made, wigi gnjpker ,Vogdbh) s fro L 3 . JHyn son Esq., at the Warehouse of Biossat it French in Aletondria. The Keuiffy: Electipn,. Ate the recent n entucky t Deocratea s tig e fore ý M inag ergzihemein of Con- ' grps T'pjs at grtifyify i, the idilbeste6rr. the Radicails left iq atone nntnzngd, and in drder to inure the>Democraeietiokiet,:' third "Union DWI"4pYapa t p ipt4 theield ane the auspices of Garrett Darig. Th'l6di cala Oane be1lwthouighli ; iiscg ted1 and the,dIaorgpnflaers rebked.;: Am...

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