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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 15 January 1868

gTrlw eatment for Criminas,. Fromn the New York Tribune: In the A con 'ish Times we find an account of a treat- rier furn int of criminals so new, so surprisin some of sad 3 sfal as to be worthy of especial som of Ano tu bout twelve years ado thie Gov- lpirit WI oice. ~ btOsecured tlh tiile to 170 acres of Washin. eroment Lnsk,efourteen miles north of the the arms . of DubAin, overlooking I)ublin Btay,l r 1s . beautifully wooded country. 'I'h eoria objet was to make an experiment with I hav ocderdcrniinals in redeeming land and report t o carintegon a farm. This was to be by conduct h.t c~a ~ rmed the "intermediate system." the totn or many ears the land had been a coin- to Colul Sor . aty was swampy. much of the cur- Februar mfao c bnremoved by neighboring far- subordit fa-e ha it was of little value. A gang he gets ,get.ts- w"as brought on, and, under ja the exct diciousl ~tagers, the land was drained, tal t one the subsoil brought to the surface, manuro the 21st 3a_ spp'ied, an...

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. — 15 January 1868

Attorneys At Law. p W1IV. A.,. SEAY. r .Attornziey at sLaw, ALEXANDRIA, LA., Will praetice in the Courts of=Rapides _ and adjoining Parishes. TIIQOMAS C. MANNING, cOUNsLL.OR AND ATTORNEY AT LAW, Alexandria, La. iH. S. LOSZE, ..TTOWRTY AT L4W, Office Front Roonis, Tp 'Staitrs, in James W. Osborn's Brick Store, LE ront streett, ALEXANDRIA, LA. jaw9 '67 tt ' JOHN ORSBORN, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELI.OR AT LAW, ALEX4NDIJR, LO;LSItN2L. / Will practice his profession in the Parishes of Rapides, Natchitoches W'inn and .t. iy Ti, 'CS5. nI. JrTdK STI hl m.-lt't.. Is. L. diO t: SHERBU RNE &-DAIGRE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ! ' ný' i,'a" L .. nov 7 1S86 ly C( Oi&'KILPATRICK, Attorneys at tLa>, .. Alr, eul .,r,.a 1-.3 - .... ,. A 6g. Stat wry. r 0.' , fIIS, - Attorgey an C0u s'or at aw, a Ofice at ALEXANDRIA, LA. Feb. 27, '67-1y E. C. L E~IEIE J Attorney at t -and- NOTARY PUBLIO, . ALEA XVDfl.. LA. P.. . V. 2 R .., A tlorney at Law, AlePand r fL , dec. 11 67. tf;. Maurice Grivot, ATTORNEY AT ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 22 January 1868

' , ' , . " g, sIOSSAT] '`IWQILS LJ.S GCV RAT O Jo UC~ P ,:, ,, o E23L.U. ALEXANDRIA, `LOIJIS ANA,5 WD. 5ANARY" 2",, ,J1 '2",. . ·,·~~~~ 4',~i"i·6 ., J T I  MS : ,r DEMOCRAT" is published Week !at tVg DOLt AR per annnm, THRI:Fi x months, payable in advance. No glieriptioo taken for a less period than ioXntbs. ..,TIb8 gEINT'3 inserted at the r " e 1 50 PER SQUARE for the first ertin and 75 cFaTs for each pubse n dOe. Eight lines or less, conasti ate a sqare. The following are our to yearly Advertisers: olum................. $30 00 tlf n4...................... 175 .o0 Third of Column .............0- 00 Fnnorth of Column ........... 100 00 Cards, (ocenpying space of eight -linus or less,) ......... --..... 20 00 Obitnry Ntices, Marriages. Public yeetins, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid tot as advertisements. ~ Persor nil cards, when admissible, cbarged double the usual advertisements. THE CON3FEDERATE DEAD. A simple board of rough, ill-shapen pine, 0'orrn perchance by some tenacio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 22 January 1868

ALEXANDRIA, LA,: WEDNESDAY.........~AN 22, 18$8 ma Divine Service. = lor Rev. E. C. Palmer, Chaplain of the de State Seminary, will preach at the gra Town 1,hll on Sunday next at three Sb o'clock, P. M., dud on the et'ti. Sun- lei (lday of every succeeding mouth at the be same hour. W( - ,-,- -_- -- -- Imi Orginiatian of the Democracy, of We are glad to learn that steps have an been taken to organize the Democracy th of Louisiana for the work that is be- I fore us. As we ave ae missedmostofour en city papers during the past week we o are unable to state with aceuracy.the nature of the movement, or the p)arties ge with whom it originated. The Demo- 14 cratic party :cannqt organi a, .moment e too soon. If the State Constitutions are to be defeated and a Conseivative President elected it can only be done ly by tbh, Democracy. It is, therefore, UI the duty of all Conservative men to act in `with the'Democrati~c party, instead of making attempts to'start a new party, P with a new.name,an...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 22 January 1868

ONLICE JURY PROCEEDINGS. lole ute AtMaxDnl[A. LA., Janay 6, 1868. Jaui .he Jy met accorditeg toadji.rftne. . 1). Ade)- , Presiduitt; 0:. L. e i le '9, C. W. Boyce. DThere being uo tiOrum presenti4 the Jary ljoh. until to-morrow at 9 o'clock. A t Pil S xVtDay's, LA., Jtnwiuary 73 188. For The Jry met pursuant 'to ad owitment. Par g-b ers presept as Ye : vl nler a 'tion of J. H. Ranudell and . Vil- Vi li ; tion.f J. H. .lad, . d e, That the oh laws u rd t . be rtprblished'ia th. rAgtadr: tr- con of tbo J'nry, and rth ive f6rbm Bil t.is Resolred further, That from and low A this date all olearfd, landt ii the Pa- the rti now, or hereafter to `T6i't under doe sall be enclowed by a fence at least ( jfeet high; and ll fiekls, whetfior used ~tairaige or cultivation, when enclos- ted Sabovre provided for shtKl b4 declarel gt J e a lawful fence, and any,. person a,, s depradating upon proierty so _ J's ball be guilty of a trepasn d on cviction thereof, according to ( ew, ay a fine of Twent...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 22 January 1868

Z'iA stringe and sad interest attaches to the following poem, beaenuse it now reads like a record of the dying momentas of its gifted young authoress, who passed from this.world of checkered shadows jnst one month ago to-day. Its publication is the last solemn tribute we may pay to the genius of Misa Amanda L. Patton. whose finished verse and sparkling prose has of ten enlivened these columns in days gone by. It was penned in 1863-fall four years ago-when the fair young writer, just verging into womIanhood, rosy with health and radiant with beauty, the idol of her relatives and the admired of all, little dreamed that, in portraying the death scene of a young consumpt~ive, she was but prying strangely beyond the veil that hidi her own filtire. Yet nei~rly every sen timent that these verses place u ithenmonth of iti imaginatf character were repeated by the t$etfesh (and sometinmes in the self sarte wotls,) In the earnestness of her dy ing holnis.--[Louisville Courier. '3Y KNF\TtCKy." ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 29 January 1868

.. ,' "r .`ý '. .. ,.' ., . 'f i..+ ^ý. "! "º r"1 "i}' "' '. . `r :ý Il...."i .. .. 1 , I"+ "- i.. .ýi :'ý . . , , : , : . i - , _ .OUM ALE NDRIA, L iSIANA..-, DE ,,-.Y, JAN£ '.@ NMiE " - ... ..-7 ..T ' ' ' '. " TERMS: TEEI DEMOCRAT" is published Week ly, at FITE POLLARS per annum, THREE for six months, payable in advance. No ,gSnscription taken for a less period than Sir Months. ADVERTISEMENT3 inserted at the rate of $150 PER SQ(rAIR for the first insertion and 75 CENTS for each subso queut one. Eight lines or less, consti trte a square. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: ,ne i.mn.... ............ $300 00 l Column ................... 175 00 iiiritcf Co1unn .....0.... ... 130 00 ý`ft of Column ............... 100 00 C4iad, (occupring space of eight nea, or less,). ................ 20 00 blat y Notices, Marriages. Public 14tings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. :$' Personal cards, when admissible, ektrgedl double the usual advertisements...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 29 January 1868

ALEXANDRIA, LA;: WEDNESDAY ......... JAN 29, 1868. Democratic State Central Conmit tee. Prcshlent ...... B. BRADY. Vice Presihlent...J.AMES MANItN. Sec'd Vice Tres...GABRIEL DE FERRIET. Secretary...... .. S3. 8fALLWOOD. Treasurer........E. SALOMON. EXECU1IVE COMMITTEE.--J. B. Wal ton, Jas. McCloskey, James M'ann, B. F. Jonas, A. W. Bosworth, A. Sambola, J. H. New. Gee. 8. Darling, Ddiid Stuart, J. 0. Nixon, D. F. Kenner, N. Trepagnier, Thom as Macon. FINANCE COMMITTEE.-E. Salomon, J. HIolmes, C. 11. Slocomb, Gee. W. Dirmey er, L. E. Lemarlo, Josiah Cole, C. J. Leeds, David Wallace, Thos. Murray, Edward Fenner, J. M. Lapeyre, Alex. Marks. COMMITTEE ON CORRESPONDENCE. -Samuel II. Walker, W. M. Burwell, C. Dufonr, H. C. Miller, Louis Bush, W. M. 8manllwood, A. B. Bacon, D da Peonte. COMMITTEE ON ADDRESS AND RES OLUTIONS.-.- E. Eustis, W. H. C. King. H. F. Wilson, Daniol Scully, J. E. Austin, Alex. Walker. COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC MEETINGS. --Peter Kaiser, Thomas Askew, C. E. Fen ncr, Franci...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 29 January 1868

Correspondence Between the State Auditor and the Attorney Gener al in Reference to the Expenses of the Convention, Attmbro's Otrrc, STATE OF LA., New Orleans. Jan. 9, 1868. Honorable B. L. Lynch, Att. Gen. Sir.-The State constitutional conven tion, in accordance with the eight section of the act of Congress, entitled "An act supplement ii to an entitled an act to pro vide frimore efficient government of the rebl lStates,passed March 2,1867, and to fdcilitate ratoration," adopted on the 24th; December, 1867, to defray its expenses, an ordinance levying a tax one mill on the dollar upon the real and movable proper ty in this State. This tax to now in pro cess of collection by tº,e several sheriffs and tax collectors throughout the State. In anticipation of its payment into the treasury, I amcalled upon to audit and grant warrants upon the State treasurer for the mileage and per diem of members. I am of the opinion that I have no right to grant such warrants until there shall be fands ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 29 January 1868

"In Memoriam," By Father Ryan. [Frot th~Saivannah (Ga.) News.] We are indebted to Rev. A. J. Ryan, the gifted Southern poet, for a manuscript copy of the lines on the death of his broth tsr, a Confederate soldier, who died on one of the battle-fields of Kentuliy. It was one of the pieced read at the entertainment for the benefit of the Catholic orphans, on 'lT:;rsday evening, and Father 'Ryan's in roeduction to the reading of it twas thrill ingly pathetic and bleqnent, and was re ceived by the audience, attentively, with most impressive silence.. The speaker stated that he had a brother, atther break ing Out of the waer, who applied to him for advice regarding the army. Ile referred him to their mother, to whom the young patriot wrote an appeal. Like thany a Southern mother, she told him to go and defend the cause of his people. He died under tIe Confederate flag but the speak er woufd rather have hlrM there under the soil of Kentuekyin a soldier's grave, than living in a QwRa-trod...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 5 February 1868

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 5 February 1868

ALEXANDRIA, L A'. WEDSIBDA ..........P m 6,18 WC Our confreres of the Natchito Times have lost patience coneetningtihe antics of the.ew Orleans mail, and have been gently warming the nuisance ap. .This Irae brought out some ex planation from "Mr. Smith, the Agent of the widn p iaypai noine of the employees are to be blamed for it, as it appears, the mails for Red River, al tonghli, adveriM4a Issp r 'codtract to asve three tfimese bek, a~ e forwarded .bt. once a week tfromn Ner Orleaa Now,m with all due resp t for Mr. Smith's excuse or expression ofopinion, we beg most respectfully : to state em pliatfcaliy and without reservation that he isesadly and awfully' mistaken or he has been badly duped-by someone. Up to the 15th of last November, the mails were forwarded regularly three times a week by the Vicksburg packets leav ing New Orleans on Tuesday, Thursday and Satprday; and esnce.thattime the mail on the Thusday packet has been diseontinued, lint is still sent on Tues day and Sa...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 5 February 1868

Democorsto State Central Commit Jo A. W.-Boswor-th; A. it5bola; $. IL 8(, Darliwg, Dami'4 # atJB . p! Fý Kemeie*j1 Trjpagitaer , hh4 t %l E1. 1t: ,E 4E COut :j olsme, C. . . locomb, Geo. W. Dirmey ,;ed ,L Ioari Qi14 , Leeds, ) aid.,sll ee, Os; IUMrt y, Rdward F ,J. M. Lapeyret Alex. Marks. ITTEE ON CORkES01'NDENCE. Sa B1 Walke , W i Bkt'*r1d, C. i s, L~C. ; Miller, Louis Benus, Wt, M. gmsgiw9od, A. B. BaMon, D. ( RoaFte.. COMMITTEE ON ADDLi88 AND RE8. S: UTIONS.--J. E.XEstlis, W. t. C. sing. g P. Wilson, Daniel euly, J. E. Austin,W Alex. Walker. pster e aiser, Thomas Askew, (~. L. Fen. , Francis Martin, Thomas E. Adams, W. ,. Wells,.T. F. Theuemin, .., COM;1r~E EE FOR APIDI.-Lewis. I 4 a* Jaetse . Aqdrews4,ýý,. C, 1 m Slossat. As INCIDN.-- We copy as follows from the Selma MeaseungF. The address refer. sq th is tht reently adopted b the Co I & ti eCoItefnce et 1outgoine ; and an.- usfels the people of Alabama not to vote *v the new constitution framed by the Re , grtIetiof C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 5 February 1868

-0 ri-ci lL LEAP YEAR. ;: ·,li(I: a 1, ii"N:·ihcl Au, -71Why.,,wpa't te po ueo TQR9BRq 'Tin comi once i*.,o e,,no.ll the fonr The gbarrOf otiIMi n' riVfEoret1hee c When'ahje miy ptiay, dll't a y Or g fr "tt 'rt 4$ diet c3 Top t~ tlr" t fb+' W. y won't the gilsprop ot"j 'i, et Tho.'*pref4U 141, Iwbi) swreetlydngsq.A h . -There'.e harniiuirgga&llClBian4, ', ,,,, "0Yheti'f qt c1. < tr Tbr''ogmi ~og lj.+ spi 'Ti. ver 'r R 3', a1 :s1hs o g, h ; ht.nan1a& r a AtnhatsBmiuetjAaria(btWb' F. ~ r-n it. -~~u :ii Tet~'; ý8dMI; No r,, *ffr hftiAr s t ,Pi. ý3'iý ýZijV tflt~6~yl!tfMM Ods·s';bh : ti sU i C~ea jalpip 1 stP e '1 *. i tR7 t{'; To bopstl tiiet ith to eAi ,, _" - OE Wt(1 V, $r1 Sý f i` c b}Ytfni ; .. 'fhey~' lt or t4eyaW hi nk at l such an earl d te .d~'t! r" , 60 e9Aý'ýnd"iallh +Mtsk dabbrd 'tI' ''.';i'· d.. tf , ýtby. c U iibeý,,~bjtot Propt~i - t 111 4i ' 1 WShe nsurd ..s r44 4t ,},N fro The s'a e **c4ir#f fir,"Ifit,: '.id" Thley yeink at sucaner lydte"x:' TAdo allwr rtst "...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 12 February 1868

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 12 February 1868

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: WEDNESDAY........ FEB. 12, 1868. 8p3cial Notice. j W. SBusnrrxa & Co., PHOTO SGRAPHISTS are now at the lee Honuse. and all persons wanting good pictures will please call soon as we remain but A SHORT TIME. PUBLIO MEETING We have been requestedi by a large number of our eitizens, whose names are published elsewhere, to give notice that a public meeting will be held at the Ball Room of the Ice House Hotel at 2 o'cloek of MONDAY the 17th of FEBRUARY, for the purpose of organ ising in this Parish the CoKSERVATIVE DEMOCRATIC PARTY, and co-operating with the Central Committee at New Orleans, and the National Committee at Washington, in opposition to the destructive Radical Party which now misrules the cotmtry; and'also for the purpose of appointing a Central Com mittee for this Parish, as well aselect ' ing Delegates to represent the Parish of Rapides in the Democratic Conven tion to assemble in New Orleans on the 5th day of Marcb,168. It should not he either a matter...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 12 February 1868

ADDRESS or TEE DEr(f'RATIC STATE CENTRAL COgrfTTEE ro T 1s 'ori'L or THE STATr OFrMUIANA. The State Central Committee, appoint e recently for initiating a permanent or gaoization of the )emacratic pitty of the mtats, have directed us to set'forth the roupds for this movement, and the mo tiviu fr askiog youear immediate, active and Ouse eo.operation. The political struggles which bae 'been so lb ! convalsing the conitry,; are"h'rff ing4crisis.. From all qtrters tb.idlu of lidrpattion is heard for the enaidct wicli is to decide, perhaps beyond'river sal, certainly for generations, the momen tous question, whether the rule of consti totional law shall prevail or anarehy shall vuiumph-in the violent change of a gov erameat against the consent of the gov eured. pors dreary period the passions engen dared by a terrible civil war, were not per mitted to die out with its close. They were wickedly fomented, and neused to inoan gurpt measures, that, under the guise of scrang the fruits of a v...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 12 February 1868

The Doath-day of William Court land Prentice. BY GRO. D. PURET'ICE. Once more I come at set of soil To sit beside thee, long-lost fne;l To muse upon thy joyonaus prime In that dear, 'uforgotten time, When thoun 1a'st bound o'er hills atd plains, Life running wild in all thy veins, And thou In manhIood's young estitae Did'st almost seem to challenge fate. Thino eagle.spirit ever soared Where thunders broke and tempestroared Through i battle's! lkime and emoke il 'dashed,: ý , . , Where bayonets gleamed and, tabrem clashedl: . But ab, a fatil shaft was sp ,, v And thou wast with the stLricea ea.;as ; Now thou art hens heueatie tkboes 41od,:: Struck by ian's. lightning, not by God a Dear Courtland, thou. the stioiig;: the brave, Fillest a warrior's bloody gtr4' The soil above thee, wet witisaiowMs, Gives birth to sweet and ,beateous 'flo ors; But e'en the white rose to my view Bears in it veins a crimson hue, As if its mournful essence came From the red death-wouuids of thy fame. Thou ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 19 February 1868

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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. — 19 February 1868

ALEXANDRIA, LA,: WEDNEDAY ..... ...E..E 19, 18se. i At last accounts the crushing tr joinder of Mr. Johnson to Gen. Grante letter was having a tellingeffett among people of all political parties. The President, thinking it productive of lit tle interest to be bandying the lie with the general of his ar ,, resorts to the plan of proving the lie upon him by the testimony of competent witnesses. All those who knew anytbing of the transactions between the ' two persons on the Stanton question agree that the President's version is stiFauttially Cei' rect. This convicts Gen. Greint'before the American people of downright falsehood. It Is gtated thart li frieads are very much chagriaed at. his con duct, and that his chances for the nom ination have considerably diminished. We do not see, however, why they should' be less brilliant than before these developments. tp. Grant in oin excellent exponent of the faithlessness and nnsineerityof his party "lie is entitled to the nomination and sh...

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