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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 6 November 1867

e ent "Pierce oni tiior y ec- e ieftFaklin pierce wacs aeij Te 1 Lreseontr For Nt, Ha , shire ib.t andb e t j ap.Te 'n h id- ' Ipeslr who were f ejoui Mcint over the ment o puenent usd hlip. Then fronta ofhia fr " M,~nf --tamei lrthe m.untahes a'h; her t,.ampwt-tone, say'ig: Rally tu then lmCn ol your c+Olnt'¢ .... in resiWave Muciowdh allve thry banncheers fr owa ve, r Ivennayual, three for' Obo~ three For the 'uv Fenn. lgierce'. The ex-presi'h'flt appeared tIXt4l Ad charge waits e l ethuy chivastialy cheer- e frws. are strikint haudl with you in thi Cns at hattle bao r iithe and indeSta pendcr agkdh. be'5 Wn ae ('alil',rniat thoing ovel c=ee lin ad oner tA" ssroon as thet tmui'e Pacific ha.-Tie epre'd its Piercet, and ik ready follows. the "It lhes beecn so lons: your part and wii-.ft.el;an ihbts:torettand" W 'otrl ig leiect, and tw I art that we mhya hco to he thvice tory irent of evil, which one' I ,pins hwinsto receive h ~ip t Ad fiat'tri- ty dsnrly Pe nt yvat a, which h tlds ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 6 November 1867

Miscellaneous. ,7.d2 B rA M' E BEZ7I.i6, mc. jOSTICK & SEYMOUR, 38 ,Fulton street, Wholesale dealers in Metals, Hardware, Ship Chandlery,Steamboatand Railroad snnnl'es. Agents for New York Beltin and Packing Co. nov 29 1866 ly 707OL, P.4 A T FISH .)FCY8. S D. MOOI)DY & CO., 67 Tchonpitoulas " street. Special attentihn given to selling Mackerel, Codfish, Herring, Butter, Cheese and Lart. nov 28 1866 ly. J.E)%'EELr' d F. AYC) G60)8. A 11. GRISWOL1) & CO., (old firm of " Wlyde & (Goodrich) established in New Orleans, 5s ye.ars. M uanufaet0pye.' and Im)imrters of Watches, Jeieflry, Silverware, Cntler-y, Onns and Pistols, corper Canal ail Royal streets.. qov ` 1886 ly Gt lRTl'IG, Artist in ITair and dealer , in Watches and Jewelry, No. 118 Canal street. Premium awarded at the late Fair for best fHair work. Watches re paired and warranted. A. RIEM tNN, dec 12 1866 ly Watchmaker CA 1.EIV' S E3I)S. E I F. VIRGIN, successor to D. Manpav, SDenler to Seeds, No. 104 Gravier ttro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 13 November 1867

it !.. P e: A'ý f f-A !.m " l !if a f,, It * 1!. 's' 'i'. ' i^"l ý=. ,, ! . ,H; .ý1 . ,f ,I ýtI - ý 23.UME ALEXA IL&!, 12 iCC yO·tIM LOPI Y i+I+.!lf ýUt: ,. . i'.I+ r ,Il t l. F ! 'i'r !fý{:' / :;( :.ý:'i a._' ýI' > sE" . _'Sfi1ý If ý tt. ~ r ti: s l l: ir ].iRLt Tff'rli+ý e .~ii t R t~t , ' 'j~? pKMOCR.ýT is UIbl'isked vveJiy, 4 at Piir DmJ..A per aaitnm,* .Tunitufor six ian advsaoc: , Xo uubperij: ti k akefi" fo a less' period -than six 00 0,~tfiiXP3ETS inseted :at the rate of $L'PRpit SQUARE' for the. filrst insertion and 15 iCds for each subsequent one. , Eigh laetiYr.less, Constitnot a igdnre. The fol- l loinglare oar rates to yearly advertisers: ao column ......... " ......$300 00 iislfcolumn.......... ".... " ... l'." 5 1 '00 'rh~ofelplplmn,.. .:·.'..~ r· 3Q001 jgruthofcolumn ............... 100 00 Crds, (occupying 'space of eigbt .ties,orless,)..............2000 Obituary notices, mamages, pubfdic meet ~s,carlsdof thanks, etc. to be paid, for as I1 arertiaemen1 S. rper...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 13 November 1867

ALEXANDRIA, L :4 WEDNESDAY ......... NOV 13, . tli We would earnestly remind a large number of our patronsha~ ey p are now runnniig over six months into it a new year's subscription of the DEM OCRAT, and have so far failed or for- S gotten to call at the office and plank t down the dough. All such we hope will take thle gentle hint and come and fc ;see us.-  tl Ii We haye to report for the last cweek k only five or six new cases of the pre- a vailing fever and not a single death in G the same time. We had a light freeze f on last wednesday morning, but since then the -wedther has been clear and ' pleasant, but warm for the season. A few of our citizens who had left on ac- k count of theepidemic have returned. t e · Ti e1lioie ectipn haAilally dis- o posed of the claims of at least half a * dosen ambitions individuals who as- . pired to the Black Republican nom- C ination for the Presidencyof the United p States. No man can hope to become a s anidtlae tho is unable to carry his 14 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 13 November 1867

anie W'right, ther ,urderessn Wn cide ?, Fnnie'Wright, the woman who killed verbial Officer McChesney last Saturday night, has lem for t been removed to the Tombs, and now oo- upon.th copies a cell in the upper tier of the female less :ojo. The clothing stained with the ve blood of her victim, which she has worn health o since her arrest, was yesterday changed.- pslaimi - reply to interrogations she made the establishi Iowing statement respectig her life: yellow llput ten years ago I was, living happi co-lbore < fif my parents at Poughkeepsie, in this ciation, s t, e: Nothing that-Ilcould wish for was un, withbld I was trained in the Roman suspmit Citbolic faith.and attended to my religious would be doWi With carefulness *and pleasere until ted Stati r ted by a .youn- girl of the there. I same a", who was my schoolfellow., She Sbeen reading novels to Such an extent yello ft that her head became fairly uppet, and ,facts?" nothing would do her but to travel out and low feve so the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 13 November 1867

Misoellaneous. I/.L l f) 7' A'14, 1lEt YING', .tc. BOSTICK & SEYMO1IR, :3 Fulton .|.ntreet, Wholesale dealers in Metals, I lardwaro, Ship Chandlery, Steamboat and JRailroad suppliles. Agents for New York Beltinig and Packing Co. sov 28 186i ly rHIOL()L ALR FI'S .JECW 8. S D. MOODY & CO., 67 Tewoopitonlas " street. Special attention given to selling Mackerel, Codfish, Herring, Butter, Cheese and Lard. nov 28 1866 ly .1 J:?)VLIrELs, F.lNC (,'OC G 8OO'S. . H. GRISWOLD & CO., (old uirn of Sllyde & Goodrich) established ill New Orleatfl 50 years. Mainfacturers and Imnporters of Watches,Jewelry, Silverware, Cfutlety, (nlns; ani Pistols, corner Canal ixd Royal strooete. lnov `8 1866 ly ( BRITNIO, Artist in Hlair and dealer * in Wathes andll Jewelry, No. 118 Canal street.. Pronemium awarded at, the late Fair for best Hair work. Watches re Ip ired and warranted. A. RIEMANN,' dec 12 18W6 ly Watchmaker G.4 DE. V S.IB1Z.. E V. VIRGIN, necessor to D. Maupay, * Dealer in Seeds, N...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 20 November 1867

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 20 November 1867

* se goudiiaa gmmat. ALEXANDRIA, LA.: WDNESDAY.........NOV. 20, 1867. S OTT-R PY RP A I' II! 0HIO AN1SAS8 INDIANA NEWYORK MONTANA MARYLAND KENTUCKY NEW JER S E Y MINNESOTA CALIFORNIA C 0 N NECT ICUT PENNSYLVANIA The New Orleans Mail. Our readers must by this time be get ting pretty well bored with our weekly tirades on the subject that heads this article, and may have given up all hopes of any improvement. This may be so-but we are determined to bal ter away at It pro bonopublico till Thad. Stevens dies and even keep it up a lit tie longer with the feint hope that our efforts may yet have some good effect. We will briefly state its last freaks deliberately committed-and further state the reason the New Orleans mail is so irregular and uncertain : the whole and sole blame lies with the contractor on the Route between this and the Month of the River-and no blame can be attached to any one else. It will be remembered that the mail that started from New Orleans on Thursday, the 7th lus...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 20 November 1867

TJE FIRST GUN! duct sapol adI CULTURAL MEETINGI t bein Teo Flanters of Rapides and Avey- peac elles in Convention. a it of tl the lAS1S MEETING AT CHENEYVILLE. emp negl (From the Marksville Villager.] 8 In pursuance to the call foe a Conven- coq1 tion of the Planters of Rapides and Avoy. ag dlles, for the purpose of considering the can state of the Agricultural interests of this are l~tion, the most intelligent and. enthusi- grt eC 1icsemblage of the citizens of the in- ? terior of Louisiana we have ever had the a p alejjsre of attending, was held, at Cheney- rate oilleona the 4th instant. To say that the cla geig was a decided success in all its inv gtwsres, is to convey but a faint idea of 9 the real good to the community that was in t insugurated on that day. Wearied and Phi disgusted with the present system of labor, for the planters have determined to not only I ~odst against it and resolve, but to act, as isi should men, knowing their rights, their in- ger terest and their po...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 20 November 1867

Miscellaneous. II'I 1I 7r.r1 WAl E, 71Et ZYIN, E/c. OSTICK & SEYMOUR, 38 Filton B street, Wholesale dealers in Metals, Hardware, Ship Chandlery, Steamboat and Railroad supplies. Agedts for New York Bolting and Packing Co. nov 28 1866 ly 7)tOLE.y LE" FISHI JC 8. S D. MOODY & CO., 64 Tehoupitoulas . street. Special attention given to selling Maekerel, Codfish, Herring, Butter, Cheese and Lard. nov 28 1866 ly ./P)VEL+'ZIr Fk7ý,7ri.YC. 6;00.1P1. A B. GRISWOLD & CO., (ald firm of SIHyde & Goodrich) established in New Orleans 5I) years. Manufacturers and Importers of Watches,Jewelry, Silverware, Cutlery, Guns and Pistols, corner Canal and Royal strects. nov 28 1866 Jy G BRUNIG, Artist in flair and dealer G in Watches and Jewelry, No. 118 C(anal street. Preiumi awarded at the late Fair for best Hair work. Watches re paired anil warranted. A. RIEM ANN, dec 12 J166 ly Watchmaker E F. VIRGIN, successor to D. Manpay, . )Dealer in Seeds, No. 104 Gravier Street, between Camp an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 27 November 1867

X FA afw'fi~1 1 lý.( ' .``i i ý,: i'# + r " r, l C ý t ,. ,ý r: ,1 n "re f r, r 't> F'j 't { i ý Iýi'4~ i"1 ý ..f'ý it 1 ' Fý,,ý A TfI 1,ý[A"": a't r'~~~~~ Flf9,.a; ,, ;` .r 7'~~ ~ ~ ~ ejtaIig _ý 1'? e ,{ + ýYrrr i'ýa(rf " ,1., , . , . ,i 11 1 :1 S?~~~~~~~~~l~~ ,- a} -I{ i !' !`,mrf t. sTo DEMOCRAT" ispublished Week y, at rIVE DOLLARS per annuam, THREE for six monthe, payable in advance. No Sabscription taken for a lees period than Mi louths. . DVBRTI8EMENTB inserted at the rate of $1 50 PER SQUARE for the first insertion and 75 cENrs for each subset quent one. Eight lines or 'lees, consti tute a square. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: OneColumn............... - $3- 00 Half Columnt.......... ]..... 176 00 Third of Column................130 00 Fouarth of Column........... 100 00 Cards, (occupying space of eight ines, or less,)......... ....... 20 00 Obituary Notices, Marriages, Ppblie Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. " Prersonal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 27 November 1867

ALEXANDBRIA, LA.: WEDNESDAY ..... NOV. 27,1867. b - - = - ý----·--- .a.rrLnr nn a NOTICE! a The Episcopal Sunday School will reopen SUNDAY DECEMBER 1st. Full' attend anco of the Teachers is requested. c t The Health of the Town. t $ We have to report almost the entire disappearance of the prevailing fever in our midst. We can learn of but one single new case the past week. Not a single death has occured during that time. f tom Major Willauer, wl; o has acted I as Superintendent of the Freed- 1 men's Bureau for our Parish, since July 1866, has resigned his position in the s Army and in a few days leaves us. s His successor has reported and will t, soon assume the duties of running the u Bureau in Rapides. Major Willaner, c in the performance of the duties of his b office, has certainly acted well and giv- v en general satisfaction to all. We are ii sure we speak nearly the unanimous I sentiments of our people when we ac- n cord to him a strict sense of justice and e impartiality in t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 27 November 1867

Loss of the Steamboat Cuba. 05 OAPTAUr or OAPTAN XOArD). left New Orleans on the qight o.f the noin 7th init., about 8 o'cidek, f ith fighter in thing ow for the purpos of: Iti over tahin shoal glades in Red 'Rrver-vhlch liglitnor fntry was at the tim of the accident the salva- enorm tion'of every soul on board. We picew ded tge ptho river without the slightest accident mtnaginable; arrived at Alexandria on the whip meoring of the 11th inst., transferred about yhtb aot .of our freight to the lighter for the to hi of crossing the falls, which are very "E low an impossible to cross without dan- N hich finished we started; crossed the left" 16,; par t withoutany trouble whatever N arrived at the " upper lalls, " and there be to make preparations for crossing A whinch preparations being completed "' attr lighter lashed to the side of the "B .';sboat, we began to ascend the falls at " aboat balf-past nine o'clock; that right, AA when nearly over. I was congratulating " gyself upon gettin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 27 November 1867

Misoellaneous A BOSTICK & SEYMOUR, 38 Fulton Sstreet, Wholesale dealers in Metals, Hardware, Ship Chandlery, Steamboatand Railroad supplies. Agents for New York Belting and Packing Co. nov 28 1866 ly wIHOLESALZ FISH C 2s. 8 S D. MOODY & CO., 67 Tehonpitonlas " street. Special attention given to P1 selling Mackerel, Codfish, Herring, Butter, 13 Cheese and Lard. 81 nov 28 1866 ly JErEL r? Y' FANCI GOO8. A B. GRISWOLD & (10., (old firm of e " Hyde & Goodrich) established in New Orleans 50 years. Manufacturers and Importers of Watches,Jewelry, Silverware, Sl Cutlery, Gans and Pistols, corner Canal and Royal streets, nov2818661y G. BRUNIG, Artist in Hair and dealer G 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 GAVI W.V SBBI)8. E F. VIRGIN, successor to D. Maupay, E Dealer in Seeds, No. 104 Gravier Street, between Camp and Magazine ste., New Orleans...

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

Id r . · 3L UCý " ' " 3;, ýý ALEX NJ)R A; ý, rJý/'ý\ ", r'1,,.rl : ,' .. yOLUME ýV /' ýý EI NESO Y -- - --._ i 'IdC . .. , !3!Iý...rtý . ..r . , ..'!t .'. t ` .... . . 1 ",ýý n~t ! . pED. MOCRT" ispuNlishodW ek .,t nWIZLA1I5 .pr AIuuUm, .TIlERE ,. siz months, payable in adyunee. No ,asulptien taken for a lees period than A IVi 3tIRm R insertedl 'at, the ^; o$1 50o PEI QquAiU for the fist laq4ton and 75 CENTS for each subte Qqe one. Eight lines or legs, -consti tute a square. The folloiving are our %otea t yearlyid 'erbisers : *i'blni"nmi................- . 175300 Of Coitniii41Of . . .. ..... 30 7$Mtth of G°1d0t0'. 00 Ce4,, (ocevwpfinlg spice e;eiht.' f ýiaea ,orles,)........ h..&, _ .... 20'00 . ;M biry ' Rutlceee, i'iar 1ag ; Pibic Cards 'of' TitI1I, etc., to be ~~'siional aid whbn. ~a~dsqimiWe, ,44 criii>ts oubleteheu ii- a4.46 ifeements. 4 ;R PZ frL.AM:D ! ail:O tA S A 8 N. W Y"0'R K N~h· IWYOUKA ,. , 0,141TI14 k. ,. . E N T !3 y "'r: M I N. 14,E S ·. O "'T; ,:, 1,.· SA L ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 4 December 1867

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: WEDNESDAY..... .DEC. 4, W86l. 1 .I.  PAll of our exchanges from the bi upper Parishes are complaining bitter- tie ly of the mails and many seem to think no the blame liefbetween this point and ch Shreveport. The Mansfield limes is frs emphatic on this point and asks us to pe explain It. We believe from what we is see that the contractor from Alexandria wi to Natchitoches is very punctual in ta- - king all the matter whenr any is here; se and think na blame can attach to him. bl W gk$a.gai4i reiterate tiatwahole th and sole blame rests with the contract or between this point and the Mouth of Ci the Rivere ic We have been informed that this or contractor has expressed himself in no In very flattering terms of our strictures do on his conduct, considers we know n more about his business than'he does w himself and treats the whole matter el with indifference. In answer to these or well established facts of ours concern- th ing these constknt and well-matured T failures...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 4 December 1867

TeCave of Despair; ors Soenes in O Lord, Tb Cave m1 tAnd thor a Tavern. TDlii eff We will suppose a case as follows: That 'Wh en. John Poe, dring his recent visit heir hto Jon".mero, held several receptions. That '['heir ha -ogopposed (hypothecated, if you pre~ My hate fo beigg wrd), suppose We suppose the fol- To quer loing dramatic scenes: Those it DBAMIATIS PERSON,. And the I ..-Satrap of the United Kingdom of Then sh aýar a Alabama and Florida. Insig- And "fl is orank: A saddle where his hat The P TO.t to be. suit his S..t . PAfTros.-Head Cook of the sketi ocpisnaKingdom: Costume: Apron tremble ( 8ta domestic; leather belt, to which pleasure !,spended several dish-rags; greasy have ea & .ap and shirt sleeves rolled up. too, ,.. go.sO GR eVIN.--S cribe and Hos e? ,ls engeer, known by strips of slip- T P .hanging from the corners of his w Mv"Esa BM~Arirrx .-Bombastic NAPOLE guomaester of a Satrapian town. His Pave pockets filled with old tobacco quids os piked up on the str...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 4 December 1867

iscelaneous. y D g95 ý9' , * Li z 2ItN'G, tc. B OSTICK & SEYMOUR, 38 Fulton street, Wholesale dealers in Metals, h)rdware, Ship Chandlery, Steamnboatand Railroad snpplle~. Agents for New York Belting and Packiing Co. nov 28 1866 ly .... )rXYOZ E'&IL F1H PIB nC28. S . MOODY & CO., 67 Tchonpitoulas * street. Special attention given to j selling Mackerel, Codfish, Herring, Butter, Cheese and Lord. nor 281866 ly! JE1YELIt T F.ivYC2 GOOS8. A .B. G"RISWOLD & CO., (old firm of A H4le & Goodrich) established in Now Orleans 56 years. Manufacturers and Importers of Watch e Jewelry, Silverware, i Cutlery, Guns and Pistols, corner Capal and Reydd streets. nov 28'1866 ly G BRUNIG, Artist in Hair 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 1886 ly Watchmaker F. VIRGIN, successor to D. MNanpy, -. Dealer.in Seeds, No. 104 Gravier Street, between Camp and Magaz...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 11 December 1867

" w M, ,'-.s,: ..f'' ae ""a. '" "°! "-i' pý 4t'}°n " k ý .. ': 'Uf ý' t i    C , ' . . . .i. .. c'>}..y. f :*-$ 4,. -oss.- cSex 0 sdovnze9- r ]. BIOSSAT] T - W'O&LD IS GO R U f "Iit.. .. r 7. ..... -.- .". UME 23. ALEXANDRIA, •.?LOUISIANA , WEDNESDAY E -*n n nun u n I n mmM u nn n nul gagi' nn nn fnn u4n'p , " .4. . .. TE i IM: S 4 jI} OCRAT" ispublished Week li Xyt b otLanJs per annum, THREa Ssix months, payable in advance. No • 0 d],iton taken for a less period than ) mtbs. SWre inserted at the I f $1 50 rani sqUrtA for the first ag~tion and 75 cx'rs for each subse .: , bone.. Eight lines or, loss, consti .-:,' square. The following are our ig s to yearly Advertisers: ia.i:...................... $00 00 am.................... 175 00 >I f Coliumn ................ 130 00 of Column............ 100 00 (,eo(upying space of eight. orleass,) ...............; 2'00 º sqr Notices, Marriages, Publio gn, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be ' as advertisements' ,p oersonal cards, whe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 11 December 1867

ALEXANDRIA, LA,: WEDNESDAY....... .DEC. 111 2867. i' The New Orleans Bee, in an ar ticle on Registration in the South,, says: "that a large number of the re gistration officers in Louisiana were entire strangers to the people among whom they performed their work." Our able enofrere is too easy on this subject. It is a well known fact, that the chairman of the Registration Board in every Parish of the State was a se lected emmissary of the Black Repub lican party of New Orleans, who was chosen by General Sheridan on the best of recommendations to do his spe cial bidding, and each and every one of them were armed with private printed instructions from Sheridan how to act and who to reject. And well were they selected and well did they perform their duty. In Rapides they rejected 450 whites, who had a right to register under the Military Bill, and permitted as many negroes under 21 years of age to register and then vote. Such infa my, such fraud, such bare-faced rascal ity was never be...

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