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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 2 October 1867

The Late Great Democraptic Meet- hti ing at Baltimore Letters from Ex-Governor Sey- the pour, of Connecticut, and Ex Senator Wall of New Jersey, ,ii spir .iTFOR , COQiN., September 8, 1867. ruir jles R. Brower, Esq.! Uni IRSn; : I hasten to answer your fa- ves or of the 5th instant, and regret exceed- rass iory that I can not attend the mass-meet maJ ig hich is to be held in your city on the p1eig of the 10th of this month. In de lthiig your invitation, with which I have C been O highly honored, I am fully con bee bow omuch I shall lose by the sacri e a'sni compelled to make, and would R adly send a different reply if in my pow- the too so. few words expressive of the fact epti ents which your letter lies inspired poll .. serve to make the only reply I am call b to return you less abrupt than it might but fe~erwi seem to be. The tiine chosen for loaf your grand mass-mieting is strikingly sp- are ropn ato the occasion, which is bring tor fog's goodews from California. I heart- in g...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 2 October 1867

NEW ORLEANS BUSINESS CARDS. lIARf] Y Ie f , fLF I7KG, B/c. B OSTICK & SEYMOUR, 38 Fulton street, Wholesale dealers in Metals, tardwaro, Ship Chandlery, Steamboatand 1ailroad snpplles. Agents for New York lBelting and Packing 'o. nov 28 1866 ly ,7i'0VOLESALBL FSlII MCYS . S D. BIOODY & CO., 67 Tehoupitonlas o street. Special attention given to selling Mackerel, Codfish, Herring, Butter, Cheese and Lard. nov 28 1866 ly JE)ýrLF L ~ FACYr GOOD8. A B. GRISWOLD & CO., (old farm of A. Hlydc & Goodrich) established in New Orloeans 50 years. MauMfactnrers and Importers of Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Cutlery, Gnns and Pistols, corner Canal and Royal streets. nov 28 1866 1y G IRUNIG, Artist in Hair and dealer . in Watches and Jeelry, No. 118 Canal street. Premium asarcled at the late Fair for best Hair work. Watches re paired and warranted. A. RIEMANN, dec 12 1866 ly Watchmaker F. VIRGIN, successor to D. Manpay, I Dealer in Seeds, No. 104 Gravier Street, between Camp and Mag...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 9 October 1867

i i wOLD~~ GovVE --OO i OPX ,~~~~" t5- t3OST TII S " ,:IuCe:- . ... ,, tE TO ..&  -"" L ·f _·L vOLUME~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ 23. } LXNRA OIINA ENSAOTBR9,16.l UBRi .Tn DEMOCRAT is published weekly, a Fivs DowLAs per annum, Tsl Mr six months, payable in advance. No subscrip tion taken for a less period than six months. ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate of $1 50 PER sqLUA5E for thie firstinsertion and 15 CsErs for each subsequent one. Eight lines or less, constitute a square. The fol lowing are our rates to yearly advertisers: One column ............ ...... 300 00 Hal(colamn.................... 175 00 Third of column............... 130 00 Fourth of colmn........... . 100 00 Cards, (occupying space of eight lines, or less,) ................ 20.00 Obituary notices, marriages, public meet ngs, cards of thanks, etc. to be paid fbr as advertisements. Personal cards, when admissible,charged double the usual advertisements. The Trail of the Sets. [From the Georgia Constitutionalist. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 9 October 1867

ALEXANDR A, LA.: ini WEDNi.DAY ..........OCT. 9, 1867 in Ir We would earnestly remind a ise large number of our patrons, that they Hi are now running over six months into v n new year's subscription of the DEn- i .cRAT, and have so far failed or for- hi gotten to call at the office and plahk gr flown the douigh. All such we hope ac will take the gentle hint and come and o4 see us. e c RlAMPANT.--The Washington corres 01 pondent of the Boston Post says Gen- w eral 0. 0. Howard is stark mad with T rage, and declares "that sooner than w have the negroes of the '"ity deprived I of the right of suffrage, even by Con- ti gressional action, he would be willing to see every stone of the capitol torn a down 'nd the city itself demolished, P und~he would glory inhheading an ar- ti any to do the work." y t We have glanced hastily over f enoogh of ,the returns- of the recent c election farce to know that the fears of e the frightened Mongrets are groundless: e The farce has carried and Jayhawk...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 9 October 1867

BIO OND IN ltl4, ree ;W 1wome Lived ii . o . pae dr . gg3g5. _RCOLLECTIONS. ,ey rit apart of the ar I lived immedi. °P Dsol b the irapidan river, in that rural ,dturesque portion of Virginia desigt, e Piedmou Nowhere cpp eat tiemore to bet fY, and art :ese, thbar hea t, The ri, t i ugh a small stream at iome points, in winter swells to a blood li sdm rapidly-rolling flood, to which all the. 4 onutain torrents contribute, T~i e-Bhi 0 overshadows the rolling landscaa r .-d termined to leave the farm' in g€ae .0 5tbioverseer, and thus to in mtffelrf f ~l,etual care, terror and sunspense in- de "ed to that section. So I gave'him ,o t.sead with one of the very best of ide - v*~pants, "refaged" to Richm6ojni- to A_,iad central point to which all tren p ded or home-heret women and children. b tamed; a bee-hive swarming and teeming and ovtrrun with workers and drones till * the honey was all exhausted, and nothing g left but bitter comb, and that, after a little, ni put to the hihest bid...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 9 October 1867

NEW ORLEANS BUSINESS CARDS. /.IA 1l1) )rYA Jil,. 1IL1ING, P/c. BOSTICK & SEYMOUR," 38 Fulton Sstreet, Wholesale dealers in Metals, H ardware, Ship Chandlery, Steamboatand Railroad supplies. Agents for New York llelting and Packing Co. nov 28 1866i ly vrIIO Ri&'a.1 LB FSIPI M1C1 8. S D. MOODY & CO., 67 TchunCitoulas * street. Special attention given to selling MaiyJerel, Codfish, Herring, Butter, Cheese affLard. nov 28 1866 ly JEWN'rLYe & F.ANCT GOODS. . 1 GRISWOLI) & CO., (old firm B 1. lIyde & 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. RUNIG, Artist in Hair and dealer Sin Watches and Jewelry, No. 118 Canal street. Premium awarded at the late Fair for best Flair work. Watches re paired and warranted. A. RIEMANN, dec 12 1866 ly Watchmaker GBAZ E SEE)S. E F. VIRGIN, successor to D. Maupay, * 1)ealer in Seeds, No. 104 Gra...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 16 October 1867

alý, i. ;r," ... .+r+T ++' X79 ±1.. .. + it ' "+ .151; '' " mo ..... ........ CI ý ' ý t`-'"i ,u Ft. ti "A . . "i. A kI I t , , &K- To 3e 3 S, BrIOSSAT E-I ' - t 14 t : " . ; . ' ; ' . . d " , • . ....3 . + .+ m' "" +. , + + 4 + , ! ,,p o ,u J + + +  " ; m J +t ++ + •". " +'. . ... . +4 ' . . - d ' Tas DsOCRAT is published weekly, a Fug Dotiuas per annum, TniaER for six mgnt1, payable in advance. No subscrip tion taken for a less period than six months. ' AniaTlarsT inserted at the rate of $1 50 paR SQUARE for the first insertion eod 7'5 Cs.va for each subsequent one. Eight lines or leas, constitute a square. The fol lowing are our rates to yearly advertisers: caecolumn ................ X300,,00 hilf claumn........ ........... 175 00 Thiid of column ................ 130 00 Fiiurth of column............... 100 00 Oan,, (oceppying space of eight is, or less,) ......... ....... "2000 gbituary notices, marrmages, public meet as, etd aof thanks, etc. to be paid for as adietti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 16 October 1867

The ALEXANDRI.A, LAI: wsi WEDNBrSAY..... OCT. 16,0 A\gnus __ - -is base oWe would earnestly TenUain& a tiuitei large number of our patrons, Pat they 8 are now running over six months into by the a new year's subscription of the DEPM- e C OCRAT, and have so far failed or for- othb gotten to call at the office and plank prover down the dough. All such we hope numlY will take the gentle hint and come and Georg ble tbe see us. t inc 80,Te Pennsylvuan -and - Ohi-eo - Redeemed! cep the Gc DEMOCRACY TRIUMPIIANT ! Indial per cl The iseed appes hensi' Lifts up his Voice and Crows from TummIltouslYI Tld thissi With special pride and joy we an-on nounce to our readers andlovers of true Corr liberty, that the elections in the great ter o States of Pennsylvania and, Ohio have tfromj .resulted in the triumph of the Demo Ti eratic party and the utter annihilation pa of the infamous Jacobin-Mongrel party, Tres whose sol` aim has been the destruc- 2d, ( tionu o the liberties of the white people ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 16 October 1867

ow the u blie 'T 1asuy is oft1 fu 1 i o o cITD rSTATS SENATORS. jOFLIGACY OF LNT lead - 1- : s lical c ongess'continues to create new offices part ornierets alries.: .Lhe. e is.t array of and cni thbsahd ofice Ii iders connected dew ithfb t Pe rensury "Department alone in ri withoat adkIug out thath lk od,45 ie and p" 'Woe have some of them in every utte i,,nal district lying up from five at moen thousand year for services which at t 1i 0 of honest, eapablie m - evald to perform for onte-`th of-what thpy We.e ims rnisef tm ray o its' own S{o ifive thounai t 'dol3ars a year es pillage and plunder. This salary founrteen" dollars a y ifon!eery Dec : .Iabe year, Sunday and alt and prob- . fi mre [ha thirty dollrs a diiy for the titee spent: [To tiib shdtrld b ad Ra, - sn ravering $2.000 each year fo rpil- do lIno other days, ongressmen took thi, a-'e numbher of newspap&tas - both ini sides in politics, from the 'tats and else- the where but now they very !Jtlfc ymuut sin orm-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 16 October 1867

W LEANS BUSINESS CADS. A] HI l~iilroad supplie. Agents for New York Belting and Packing Co. nov 28 1866 ly tIO Z .'8AtLE FISH .C(C'8.. 0 D. MOODY & CO., 67 Tehoupitotilas . street. Special attention given to p aslling Mackerel, Codfish, Herring, Butter, ] Cheese and Lard. g nov 28 18661y .,E 7EL7y d FANC'cr 000S8. A B. GRIISWOLD) &CO., (old firm of . Hyde & Goodrich) established in New Orleans 6Qyears. Manufacturers and Importers of Watcbee, Jewelry, Silverware, Cutlery, Gans and Pistols, corner Canal and Royal streets, nov28 1866ly S BRRUNIG, Artist in Hair and dealer G. in Watches and Jewelry, No. 118 Canal street. Premium awarded at the late Fair for best Hlair work. Watches toe pbired and warranted. A. RIEMMNN, dtec 12 1866 ly Watchmaker E F. VIRGIN, succeessor to D. Manpay, i. ealer In Seeds, No. 104 Gravier Street, between Camp and Magazine ste., New Orleans. -d September 4th, 1887-ly. ( FO 1F;)/. 1IR . I8 LE DS' FOUNDRY, corner Delord and Foucher streets, Manufac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 23 October 1867

S_ A t...r UoMBR ,,+ , , . ,- , r, o,• .a:isI . at ,t{ .l +v, : .+,. ,tlc.r l- ,+; R:.+<.,, .. .  ,,. , , . ° . " . . . . . . . ' . . . . . S.. BIOSSAS ] TB WO IS 0 * i4] 1Rn UiMOLtAiiI1E 23. y f.? EýI< r ; VAT fP M t3 : i * O) ktc 16 L.s.Ma toie±t -AT .8" f~ 0 00 N it DoLLAS per annam, T''na for six aionths, payable in advance. 'o anbsctip- I tlioiptaken: for a less period than six AoDerrrT;TarTx s inserted at the rate of $1 501 riE S'Q.RJS for the first Insertion and ~;ý 'rs for each subsequent one. Eight 1HehOil es, constitnt, a square. The fol- A l aging are our rates to yearly advertisdrs : e eolhmnf.................3.00 00 kiiIcoluno................. 15a 00 , 'pfdi f icnhmn ............... 130 00 . alrth of oolumn.......... .. 100 00 (ai; '(ocoupying space of eight .: Ibes .oJ ...s .. :...... 20 00o Ohinaty notices, marriages, public meet Sjardi(; 'f th14 s, etc. to be paid for as A ., iertleewents. P 'rsonal cards, when admissible,oharged : · i~i aiting,. A. mai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 23 October 1867

In ALEXANDRIA, LA.: eia WBDNIBDAY ......... . 3, ot. 6 deno aid 9T We would earnestly remind a tl5O large number of our patrons, that they l are now running over six months into right a new year's subscription of the Dzx- sion OCosT, and have so far failed or for- aided gotten to eall at the oflfee and planm cou01 down the dough. All such we hope have will take the gentle hint and come and The e see us . prod hith 'Eewliere we publish the call Stat for a publie *me 4tg of-the people of Iowa Rapides and Avoyelles, to be held in agati Cheneyville on Monlday, the 4th of No- corr vember next. This meeting it entire- in t ]yin the interestofthe Plntersofthe two the parishes and it is earnestly hoped our Itall landholders ill, all epdeavor to be Aug present. We unaerstand that Judge cont E.North Cullom of Avoyelles will ad- TI dress the meeting. and The Health of the Town. -as The prevailing fever, since our last goof issue, has progressed with no abate- The ment. We have to report abou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 23 October 1867

Loyalty ana under. iM bly not one in ten thousand of the y pople realize to what extent the swindling couni atons of loyal" men have been car- the oe daring the time they have held the of power. During the war, shoddy lishe4 qspeulators fairly rreveled in greenbacks, for the I whili it is notorious nothing like an equlv Je as rendered; while cotton agents, exhil Spvded with government passes, proteot e bt government soldiers, and furnished TI jith means of transportation at govern- and 1 sat expense, overrun the South like a t is of locusts, plundering, cheating and bake lig to their boart's content. The ar the navy and every branch of the civil BI ent of the government fairly swarm- has ~ th lying, cheating, but "loyal" men, tial, ho devoted their time and all the ener- thef 4.(theil dishonest natures to securing destd .nioa of the fabalous wealth which Un- flee, Sf ain was supposed to possess, and last. Ilwas so lavishly and teckleesly ex- ed de by a weak Exeeutive and venal ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 23 October 1867

Miscellaneous11 AL1 B TI0CK'. & SEYMOUR, 38 'ulton - .rt1 T @ t, Wholesale dealers in Mctals, Hardwaro, Ship Chandlery, Steamboataind ,aHrotd en uIl ee... Agents for New York Bolting and m akiug Co. nov 2. 18li ly _ __ _ --. ...... : -' +"=:. ... .... ..... . . ...... ie+ _ )FQr garr&:lTJiPh .1TCrIS Ha S D. MOODY &e CO. 67 Tchonpitous le Sstreet. Special attention given to pUl selling Muakerel, Codfish, Herring, Mutter, ly - Cheese and bard.t nov 28 1866 ly J~ERIRzL r c. FAxcr GooDs. SB. (IRIWOLD & CO., (old firm of .1L. Hyde & Goodrich) established in New Orleana 50 years. Mannfaetnrers and Importers of Watclshs,Jewelry, Silverware, slh Cutlery, GtunI and Pistols, corner Canal and Royal 'itreets. nov " la 1866 l.y ,i G BRll4(I, Artist in hair and dealer RE t. in Watches and Jewelry, No. 118 ('anal street. Preminm awarded at the lite Fair for best Hair work. Watches re paired and warranted. A. RIEM \NN, dec 12 8I6ily Watichmaker -- -----  A- s's Ti. VIRGIN, sn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 30 October 1867

rr"I OT U.111ant -i ti My d ;: a u n ch r n: :o e I b t stranr av $. Ir; TI no eg a a * 40 *f'~~It '.P" ;I II-"::ll'"L5P.~ II,;,I,. .I~ Jit ; a t •I '!'!," <t1 t .1 LO .",¥tvi ; 1 · Si : 071.1 Ji~bl " " ý ýt tt 'ý " 7t U:ý .k}:: '- ," '*; ri ý : "~i °`' ""'i ia ý' l .. . . . .. .. . .,. . , d .: -t a I  .. . . : .. .. ., : . : ._ : , , ,'; ,  . : ,.  ;1 ,' ; y-: : .  . . ". . . ... • ' ý , , ; .  . . . ;. , l, .^ .' .! -. .i . .r . :! . ,? .t O, l;,' .. . , ' ' . ' .... . . ... .1 .{ " '' " '. .. ... : . : ' , .,r id use tO w t2 R! ti''1w-e • ..i i. . "" . ",.( i: .,, NB? i`u 1, . (,:,l9 , .... i" ·'$' N · 1 a , -"!:· 1 44 .r ' i .1 -6 --ii i i i W V",, ý ý,! . :'i. ý',')ý i, , - " . .i + {' . ý I 1ti ! ' . 1 l tIs i l : t ti t i p ý t + h S l : f 1 , " '! v f , ; i f r t , ^ ' I i ~ t p - C +ih2 i k '·.!r r 't VOLUME 3. ANDIA LOUSXN, WO 'SP41a !;º f": T8ýR1S 1 Tut DEMOCRAT is published weekly, at nirs DoLLnRa per annum, THURK for six imonths, payable in advance. No ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 30 October 1867

The ft ALEXANDRIA, L bi WEDESDAY.... ......OCT. 30, 7 de SWe would earnestly remi aI large number of our patron h y l are now running over six months into conclave a new year's subscription of the DEM- 18(7, al OCRAT, and have- so far ft.,d-ar:-fR - ue gotten to ea ( soee-ndIn a p k pnucio down the doughl. All suc:h _ hope visns will take the gentle hint and come and March, demic. This , rly to the na.Great partly 1ýo . epr iod saken by in the distlet. . be;pa able i gt sAttedr eate i ." plq4 ay how res.tsatsified tht their our po tont' can pursue theair stndiea-fuis pice a L's ,#,'t.eik w ot the spli ght- 'l oges deisic. This e pfirsty to time nthatu the tai fever has been in the paali since the t sal healt '*g a kowths is situation a ind t Up to the appearanceo ta by thee i n officers tovn ' tito 1b cuttindredg off and ti ally cemmnniention with th6 intected materi of cours "t, eret ae been iino arivalst enc disetrct. a-of the:fioe ,inAlexan ehodr{iay now restthatifithe umber ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 30 October 1867

THECJYDIT1ONOF TIE COUNTRY. OF f .I0 ORATIO T E T 1OU R, AT THE pemdcTadti State Conventfoh, held at Albany, N Y., on the 4th inst. CONTINTED FROM FIRST PAGE. 7_ trl_ while Sk1i7',q0,000 Was paid I fterest in' 1866, $100(fl(10 was given o uol hol armies cftlIn military power to toPig1a to Freedmen's Bureau to feed and 0. o bee iegro, anid othlr expenses grow. Sgont of tbh policY of crishing out the trmtirrl;States. klen of the :Nortl*; yon r find tlhat the fet ters forged for the ltlke Sott i are lighit Indeed, .om with thie yokevs which are pleod up on your ecks.. The annlnallinrease.of the •cot of our goveriutlent lWeytbhdl its *e penses ~ 1860 is equal to the interest at six ,per cent. upon a debt of $2,10A0O,0t0. It is due to the Secretary of theTreasury to say that any r~aruiug. fi. hie gi 'eun,gginst waste and corruption has been unheeded j by Congress. Are we then:lesseping our national obligationsi5 Again, 'wvile the Republican journals use the reports of the SecretarY of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 30 October 1867

Miscellaneous. J/IAIUD f.4MRE, 1?EL 7L] G, Etc. BOSTICK & SEYMOUR, 38 Fulton street, Wholesale dealers in Metals, lIariwire, Ship Chandlery, Steasnboatand 11:ilrodl l suppl:es. Agents for New York 'ielting and Packing Co. nov 28 1866 ly r7IOLg SA P7 8 ,31! .fC7 3S. * D. MOODY & CO., 67 Tchoupitoulas * street. Special attention given to 'illing Mckerel, Codfishl, Herring, Butter, Cheese and Lard. nov 28 1,956 ly JEE 'Rzfr d F.CYer GOOfs. 4 B. GRISWOLD & CO., (old firm of ... Hyde & Goodrich) established in New Orleans 50 years. Manufacturers and Importers of Watches,Jewelry, Silverware, Cutlery,. Gnns and Pistols, corner Canal and Royal streets. nov 28 186 Ily 21_ BRfltfIO,'Artlst in Hair anlt dealer " in Watche" nd Jewelry',"ro. 118 Canal street.' Premium awarded at the late Fair~fr bifeatThir workl Watches re paired and *itranted. A. RTEM.\NN, dec 12 1866 ly Watchmaker 68.A4 N f3!1)8. P F. VIRGIN, successor to D. Manpay, Dealer in Seeds, No, 104 Gravier Street, bet...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 6 November 1867

r- - -. r%, tX "; -y.'-!If ) r , a , T 11? BIOSSAT] 'Z'3EWOLy 1 -I *-,*: A I~iF _ il:*;.. .I .rQ[JI 23.1 ALEXANPIA A I ! fi r, r,: 1:.,,-. ' s; . -..- " t4+ r .lq "!'ýh ") ' I.. t tai ', 1{tt. r1 ? !(f + )y 1 ft3 A , A I ýý{1 i r1 fst ' ý tt Eor` '! t4 }r' f fj4 ' t ' ar;x L 1 ~ 5 1· ~ : :. Kw-. "r"".. . $ .+1 , . :., "t aCt' ) k"r: rfr, i._ ot r :_ rer. 1. __ ' Tsr. oa.irAT is ptM ihed vbeekly, at F oI, POse per anunrm,. Tan'u.:for ,six m ,epayable in advRihnce: "o"spatacip ion taken for. a lest period ,thn si; AviSErsEJ'EYTS inserted ibe rate of $1 5 u sQuR t fbr the fiet insertion and. 75 C.vri for teach 'sbsequnetd 'ne.' Eight lines or oess, constitute a sqpae.. The fol lowinp are our rates'to yearly advertisers: Ose column. ;.................'.1300 o0 HIlfebolmn ..........' ..... ". 175 00 Third of column........... .... 130 00 naartl.of colm n . .........,.:., 1000oo0 Cardts, (occupying sppeceooeight, liaes; or ble,) ....... ...; ... 0 00 Ohbittary notices, mrriarges, patbl mt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 6 November 1867

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: WEDNEBDAY..........NOV. 2, 1267. ii We would earnestly remind a large number of our patrons, :that they are now running ovcr six monnths into a new year's subscription of the DEM OCRET, and have so for failed or for gotten to call at the ofilce and plank down the dough. All such we hope will take the gentle hint and come and see ns. f PThe New Or'elins Picavnne oenme to us drapped in nionrtiiigfor the death .Of G orlge Wilkins Kendall, one of its 6riglitnal foulnders and owners. He died ,tn Texas u his large :Blanche, herew for ninny past teara he spent most of his titne inUextiesive stock r.i inlg. We had the plhasure of a long and intimate acquaintance with the de eqased and can attest tit his worth, pro bity antl gvnhld, soeial qualities. TIw Able and dignifiedl jolrnal, which he humnded muad lhuvdtl so tell will long ihe a monluent ofthis tact andt abilities, and maany an editor will like us paly a des erred aldl ipassing tribute toº the Iimemo ry of one, 111 h...

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