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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 11 December 1867

istory' of the Confederate Flag, 'ahe lowered banner of the Stars-and ,ars is furled forever, no longer the sym- At bol of a strugling people, nor as we had oe d.ay hoped to look upon it--the flag of Rn aetion-the Confederate States of Amer 1,,-free and independent. But our flan hi o a history, and the time has come when ei reserve that history from oblivion some the rd should be nmade of it. Sshe author of the new design adopted at the Confederate Congress was Major of A L. Rogers, Confederate States Artillery, to bo. while disabled from.'active service in te field, devoted some of his leisure hours hi to improve the national emblem. After attdtion to the subject., and the os oferaldry,Major Rogers, in January an i865, sbmitted his design to Congress; bu 1d O' nthe 13th of that month, Mr. C9 oof Louisiana, submitted the fol- be bjflbjll in the Senate: Ci to Establish the Plagof the Coi- of federate States." ge h. e Congress of the Confederate States sy o gmerica do enact, 'That...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 11 December 1867

...1ttot'neys At. Lae. VWMI. A. SEAY, ..ttol'lney at Lr.aw ALEXANDRIA, LA., Will practice in the Courts of IRapides aad adjoining Parishes. THOMAS C. MANNING, COUNSELLOR AND ATTORNEY AT LAW, Alexandria, La. H, 8. LOSEE, ATTOeNET AT LAW, Office Front Rooms, Up Stairs, in James W, Osborn's Brick Store, 'rO nt Street, ALEXANDRIA, LA. jan.9 '687 tf JOHN ORSBORN, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA. Will practice his profession in the Parishes of Rapides, Natchitoehes, Winn and Sabine. jy 12, '65. E. T. LEWIS. R. A. BUNTER LEWIS h& HUNTER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Alexandria, Louisiana, Will practice in the Ninth Judicial Dis trict composed of the Parishes of RlApides, Natchitoches, Winn and Sabiue. March 14,1866. tf. II. NEWTON SHnERnURNE. B. L. DAIGRE SHERBURNE & DAXIGRKE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, fiexandrzia, La. nov 7 18661 y ULLOM\ & KILPAT RICK PAttorneys at ta.w, Alexandria, La. Aug. 21st, '67-1y. 0. F. LEWIS, ,Attorney and Ceounseller at Law, Oc ,,t ALRZA DRIA, LA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 18 December 1867

LE :3BIOSSAT.. TAE TIEN WORLD IS GOVEIR DNE 3 O Tt1OOI:, •18 }OLUME 23. ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER : 8, 1867 S ., 1VE S : -,iDl i OCRAT" ispublished Week jy,at FIE DOLLARS per annum, THREE for six months, payable in advance. No inbehription taken for a less period than Si Months. VMRTIBEMENTS inserted at the .~s of $1 50 PER SQLtAR' for the first jtetion and 75 CENTS ,for each subse quent one. Eight lines or less, consti- tel tute a square. The fodllowing are our ex rtes to yearly Advertisers: daColumn ........-......... 0000 j Column.................... 175 00 Thiiof Column ................ 130 00 yai(th of Column................ 100 00 Caus, (occupying space of eight . saes;or less,).................. 20 00 e Odbituary r STiices, Marriages, Public en estuigs, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be m ~4 for as advertisemetts, Be " Personal cards, when admissible, q eargeddouble the usual advertisements. fi tii PLEA FOP? THE BOYS. `'oung men must work andold men rest- at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 18 December 1867

T' ALEXANDRIA, LA.: onu WEDNESDAY.........DEC. 18, 1867. idea / The Ways and Means. ma The Nigger Convention has, after a tine long struggle, devised the ways and 8S means of its subsistence during its ses- to d sion in the city of New Orleans. After Stal much opposition Blackburn's bill pro- ing viding for the issue of $500,000 in bonds the has been passed. These bonds are pay- has able in two years and bear eight per has cent interest. Thle immediate cause of ore the passage of the bill was the assur- mu ance offered by certain imembers thati age party stood ready to furnish the money bee for the bonds at sixty five cents on the of] .1Thar. The triee, therefore, paid the mlu "party" for his timely. relief of the ne- the cessities of the Bastard Convention is the $175,000 by way of discount and $80, der 000 as interest. It is a great pity for der the truth of history that the patriotic Rai individual who makes such a sacrifice, get should have refused to permit his name COt to be p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 18 December 1867

pf~sIJDENTS B6 """"""' nquestion interest plog.Ciia.s of the Senate but ofd and House of Represeetatihes: support The ,outinned disnrgauitatlon of the alncrity nion to which the President has do often we must Unionl a sttentiOn of Congrtssa is yet a public s elt of rofolud and patriotic boncern. ligatibii jet owevef; find some relief from not dir l~yat Id the reflection that this The c i~ olitca situation, although before one whi y ourselves 4 not new in the ex- ed. Tb U oo, nations. Political science, per- though our own time and country as in weight. a has not yet disclosed-any means ree y ho4h civil war can be absolutely prc- vote of b b~An enlightened nation, however be cond SetanS beneflcent constitution of sent. may diminisc theitfre- prenaac Smitigate their severity by di- laws, - i Its procec4ding i .aecodance t and with untdamettsl law. When civil that wt itha bceen brought to a close, it is mani- cease. rt interest and duty of the State is persc S he injuries which war has...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 18 December 1867

Attorneys at Law. WMVVI. A. SEAY. ,A.torney at La.aw ALEXANDRIA, LA., Will practice in the Courts of Rapides and adjoining Parishes. TIIOMAS C. MANNING, COUNSELLOR AND ATTORNEY AT LAW, Alexandria, La H. S., LOSEE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office Front Rooms, Up Stairs, in James W. Osborh's Brick Store, F'ront Street, ALEXANDRIA, LA. jan 9 '67 tf JOHN ORSBORN, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA. Will practi'ce his profession in the Parishes of Rapides, Natchitoches, Winn and Sabine. jy 12, '65. II. NEWTON SHIERBURNE. II. L. DAIGRE SHERBURNE & DAIGRE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, fexZzancria , La. nov 7 1866 ly CULLOM & KILPATRICK Attorneys at Law, Alexandria, La. Aug. 21st, '67-1y. C. F. LEWIS, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Ofce at ALEXANDRBIA, LA. Feb. 27, '67-ly E. Cf. LECOECIES A.ttorney at Law -and- NOTARY PUBLIC, ALEXANDRIA, LA. R. A. YTNW3RP olt'torney at Law,, Alex:andria, La., dee. 11. 67. tf. Maurice Grivot, ATTORNEY AT LAW. -OFFPW - 38........ NATCHuZ STRmu .........

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 25 December 1867

TU - dub A.0 'Ti A7nJ -;f a a. C4 .c -1 x ? t, . Sis 4aA. 1 d0 t' 1 *-- ng -- W fi P , !.,r "_ -(0 , R - - JME 23.1 ALEXANDRIA, L UISIAN t1ar eam mer g ru I. .....r ... . j if g Ti+r" ' 'I" ý * (:+ ý i t 1 )g t M I a. ~ .'ý . . '+., '+ .... ; . , s ,": ).. ',`".- ... ,.. ,: -".±~,.ii', S 'l?, "K a+, i .'(:,lJ: tii?f - . " " . k. , [, . ý% .. . .,. , ,.,, , f".y ýi ! i 9ir tt .l;Sf t.f"' !7 " f' a l n r . t'. ý,r ý 1+} . l f lsr ( i. }r £ _ r,' ,f . 23.:} : ,;i !)ALE A NDRIA, LOUISIANA, rli:,,,~:ii .. " - ;tryDý" ýý } , i R f rI d! ;' i : I 11ý-. V ýtis, , :e ý ý'fiý ý ,ý.k:ý (ý[ý)" ,ý. 1 -a1I '7 . f', . i, d' r . ",J ti TEi R> IV£8: .OGCRAT" ispublisbedWeek: 2v DOLLARS per annum, rBREE ;k#s seths, payable in advance. No .1eeription taken for a lees poriod tlthn .t!V!MEBIMENTS inserted at the oC0$10 l PR SquARE .for the first. .nfrtipu ad 7$5 CENTS fr, each nbsc - ý p Qpý, Eight lines or lesa, consti tpo, squrart. The following are our :itt~ yelarly Advertiset: Ot onmn .........

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 25 December 1867

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: WEDNESDAY......... DEC. 25 1887. Religious Notice, Rev. Edward P. Palmer, Professor of Moral Philosophy in the State Semina ry~ will preach in the Town Hall on Sunday next at 11 o'clock A. 3f. Christmas. Christmas i" here-th happy, the I hercy Christmas-the greatest and 1 most welcome of all the days in the 4 holiday calendar. It commenced with i an era of "1peace on earth and good i will to men,' which was sung by an gels, and it continues to be the dispen ser of kindliness and benificience. Oh, I how many a christian thought, bow f many a grateful remembrance is awak- ( ened by its annual return! But pious t thoughts on this day are notthe barren ( outpourings of solitary sanctity; they t are associated with good cheer; with 4 the fatness of the earth, with corn and a wine, and oil, Families are brought a together around the domestic hearth, tU and the golden chain of affection isbur- G ,ished by the contact. The day is also vi marked by its affection-fostering i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 25 December 1867

The President's Message, SrIRIT OFTItE PRESS. from the Springfield (M[.ss.) hepdblican, (Rep.) It was anticipated that the President ,ould be encouraged by the fall elections Sagintain his own position, as against thltof Congress, in the matter of recon truction; and he has gone through the suect with extraordinary vigor and thor sg.-aS., He plunges into it boldly in the opening sentence of the message, forgetting the customary allusion to the favor of Prov ience, and keeps it up through half the m .And those who most differ with him will confess that this side of the argu ment has not before been so compactly and ipresgively exhibited. There is a calm Sand conscious power about it which does nt at all comport'with the common conception of the intellectual and moral ,nseil of Andrew Jphnson. Whoever "- it it is well done, and it will rank eWmng the most careful and finished of stepgpers. Every position is taken and st nd with such consumlaste art and efpossion as will make it d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 25 December 1867

Atto7reys A.At Law. WrV'I. A. SEA.A'Y. ..ttorney at aT.aw ALEXANDRIA, LA., Will practice in .the Courts of Rapides and adjoining Parishes. THOMAS C. MANNING, COUNSELLOR AND ATTORNEY AT LAW, Alexandria, La H, 8. LOSEE, ATT O 1E AT T. LAW, Office Fr6nt -Rooms, Up Sfairs, in James WI. Osborn's Brick Store, Fron.t Street, ALEXANDRIA, LA. ,. jans '61 tf JOHIN ORSBORN, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA. Patishes of 'Rapides, 'Natchitoches W\inn and Sabind. jy 1~,465. II. NEWTON IF..ERBURNE. 11. L. 1AIGIGE ATTORNEYS .AT IAW, , xwv 7 1866 ly A.tor1neYs at Law, Aleaaliarla, La. Aug. 21st, '67-ly. G, F, LEWIS, Attbrecy and Counsellor, at 'Law, Office at ALEXAýNDRIA, LA. Feb. 27, '67-1y .A.ttorney at IC&LwV arid- NOTAt PUB LIC, LEX A. ,NDI -, . L :torney  n Alexan.dria, 3. , "._ dece: l11, 67.'tf. M a u'rie: t i o t A AT. I .o, r, i OAT L A W. 38.-......i.. TNAfcf TZ dST ,.'.....,,,a Corner of Bak 'Place, ,Up i.iti, New Orleans, Lraisian. - Doealeoiq~g ' . '.8 e, <...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 1 January 1868

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 1 January 1868

ALEXANDRIA, LA,:. WEDNESDAY.......... JAN. 1, 868. LANDRETH'S FRESH SEEDS to arrive by the 20th January, HENRY ST. JCHN. jan. 1, 2t. TO New Year, The year of our Lord eighteen hun dred and sixty-eight, which dawns upon us to-day, comes not in ascheerful a garb as the New Year usually wears. Butstill, it opens to us new hopes, new joys, new prospects, and its coming should be honored and welcomed with joyous hearts and sanguine spirits. The lot of man is full of vicissitudes .-of dark and sunny spots; but there 1 are few of us who have not within our selves the elements of happiness. If men would spurn inordinate ambition, eschew the love of gain, and cultivate, as they should do, the domestic affec tions, who could not be happy t That all our readers may share abundantly of such happiness, is our fervent hope. .We wish them all a hap py, happy New Year, and-many returns of the same. A Freedman Killed. A Freedman by the name of Wesley Brown, was, on Christmas night, stab bed with a S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 1 January 1868

The Lat C noil Board in the Southern Confederacy. y InDWARD A. POLLARD. It has been generally written and con sidered that the douthern Confederacy perished is a very uninteresting manner : that there was no dramatic catastrophe ach as is generally supposed to terminate the get games of war and empire. It is true there was no final scene of arms coam mensarate with the space and action of the wa-,o great and multitudinous battle to mark and illuminate the end of an empire that lore than half a million bayonets had ingS borne on their crest of steel. It was the fatcnclusion, the termination almost aithoaut terest or dignity of a great con test, the inspiration and vitality of which, on oe side, had been spent ong before the gonal stroke of arms r.-vealed the emp of the structure and brought it to ah dust. The conclusion, indeed, is the most corious part of the history of the late war. At a single affair on the Peterobarg ines, that took place in the hours of a png morning, the casu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 8 January 1868

ALEXANDRIA, LA,.i WEDNESDAY.......... .JAN, ,186 I LANDRET S FRESH SEED0 to arrive by the 20th Jaanuar HENRY ST. JOHN. j jan. 1, 21t. SPECIAL TERM OF COURT. A Special Jury. Term of the District d Court will be held, in and for the Parish of i ?de, t Oq HIR) ONDAY 1 of February next. The proper officers will proe tt W rai WF~i iTSti`n to serve at saidTernm 'ootktE 'according to the.IawL of toe Stpt4PLqqisioP-. " W' . St. ZEWYS, inA. Judge. o January 8, 1808e: e Glad Glad ! i The foll6w4ng little bulletin of Gen eral Hancoýk `'wl convey good and glad.tidings to the people of poor, un fortunate :1tif4idna. O1d Flanders; one of the chief buzzards of the infa- b mous Radical crew, who have attempt ed to crush our State, has been forced to resign the position he disgrilace d a General Hancock, as was to be expect- ti od, has appointed a gentleman in Ijith place. Our new Governor Josbha Baker, of the Parish eof Sti. Mihr is a high toned, honorable and talenttd gentleman of the old school, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 8 January 1868

.... ttio taaidc SOf Fr eedme "d'' Plai - of the bull ter. South. htph did not eiaggerate the, quence of 'llefsthe representations, made by to the exc Pba tad (n, Qlllee, of the disas- about font nsl result of the past year to planters last year dofthe destitution and demoralization ment; an: of hdmd l the agricultural districts. tion :of, of talld of the official letter addressed freedmen 'to 0d, as commander of the fourth the result , ili district, by Gen. Gillem, as assis- them of ' dn't commissioner for Mississippi of the The conse 'a b.reap, forpn picture indeed, ly decline goineg t cst. too gloomy t nd. isheart- our 1868 Sto admit of exargeration. Gen. Gil- We irdtt uIiommences by referring to the induce- The crc whiEch pflufnc@lfeo laarg a nýmber the freedi -&4wdthSw fntam db the a greatm Sion of cotton with freedmen labor support. oPatieg Cotton.. hom %ty to from ever hig pond was a temptation to tioni eii sixtheient of it such as Northern cap- sheep an( thel wasnable to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 8 January 1868

mWM-s At SEAE &totfcii ney at trja6r, Will practice `ir 'th` Cwntts of Rapides and adjoiiifig Parisbet. TUOMAO1S C. IANNING S coQU1SEaioI AiD AIrokfifE1Y T LAW, Arlxaidri, 'a; : Oflice Froent Rooms,o, Up Staits, in= JamuesW,.OJ orn's, Brik, Store, ~ ro.n 'Street, SAJEXAND RIA, LA.. jiu. '67 tf JOHR N. O SBO'R N', ATTORQEY AND COUN§ELLO :-AT 14W,. ALEXANDRIA,; "LO ISIANA.: Will practice his p'rocession the Par~ihes of. Rapielc, Natc!litoc.es, Winn andSabtine. jy 12, '65. I . ." , . ' '.i,- D A.' R. SHERBURN & DMGRE ATTORNEYS A LAW, nov 7 1866 ly CULLOM&'I £ 1 CIAh' K,. A.ttor. ne at L , Beu"r..-t,"La Ado 'df lttorne Apd oa8I to-..a Offee at A A. Feb. 27, '67-y1 ALttor? ey It . . 4 =- l " "and'-`. ALCX4X Rj, ZA,.. .rltorfte- y pft, I; . v; AIexandirar it , Laid,' .jMyautwid #rtitiot;, orner o Bank Place, Up stairs, *.ljex ni 4. : ra. 4 . OERIFP"S .A,;ALX , Jacqth Weiur), di4. 44,pStriot q grt,' II.. ... , JipatLe o J . .i... -,.'r , ,i Srick. ':j ioriner of an1k , ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 15 January 1868

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 15 January 1868

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: IV( WEDNZSDAY.........JAN 15,1868. der cal tiol OUR HOUSE, calr -de TIIE OLD FOLKS AT HOME. Sor EASE, COMFORT AND CHEAPNESS COM BINED. ag We are fully empowered and author- a s ized to announce to the public of Alex- rer andria, Rapides and all sojourning tut strangers, that General Joseph Wolf, the an old and acknowledged public cater- til er, bon rviant and Amateur of the first gq class, and of the old country, has leas- ica ed the magnificent saloon of C. Bergh- the man, on Front Street, next door to B. nil Weis' and has spared no expense to fit Ha it up in the most artistical and oriental Me style. This saloon will be opened on in SATURDAY THE 18th inst, at six Co o'clock P. M., on which occasion Gener- Ge at Wolf will be overjoyed to receive and hal welcome his friends and patrons. pei He will keep always on hand the very ion best and choicest liquors and wines. gi% To keep up with the demands of the tio times aiTid the progressive spirit of the ele age lihe ha...

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