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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 19 February 1868

`0on Son ant ulT Cra 017o pondeDoe, lnADQUmMER8 AIMY ovri a s U, 8. ::Washington, JAauary S1 is Excellency A. Johnson, Pr U. Bra.On the 4 t .istaa nt I oto give m1 4i writing th 'ion had preid"oly givt verb. ambn tto obey msayorder tom, . . il Stanton, Secretary of War, ~ giiit from yuorself. TO'pth wtlttta te. qest ;received a messigt awhbf hise left ln yinmind as to your enitdqibn, i et o prevehC any poib mis udip tmge, I theMfoi. hj?4hli you wilt g*e lilted ?r ' ;ai xd unil they ve U ron o r' ver to ask ýt)e i s ng i in order to prevent many gross mi9eveaenftione,: Aetjv Pmt p.ersonal honor, clated tibrerh tlb p for the last two weeks, pertaining to come from the Presidcnt in conversations which oc 41rld, either with the President rivately ofiake 9q in Cabinet meetiqg::u is tten admits of no misunderstaudi g, t View of the inisrepreieta tfM ns 4 je to, it will be well. to state tetheots in the case at the same time. After I assumed the duties of Secretary of War asfiteri, th...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 19 February 1868

THE NEW L,IN 6.-An ' exo8an '. L y that the, following' is a specimnpn fro:t: newagrammei.to be gratuitously cirCuUat1 for the use of conventions: 'tH VERB TOsDO. .I Presenttense-not used. Imperfect, I done it, Thou donest it, IHe done it, Plural. We uns done it, You uns done it. They uns done it. Perfect. I gone done it, ' You ngone done: it. lHe gone done it. Plural. We nns gone done it, S' You ons gone done it, They -uns gone done it. Phl Perfect. I done gone done it You 4one gone doge it,, : He dono gone d'oue it. Plural. We uus done gine~ilone it,. .. ou nos done pope done it, 'They 'nns done gone done it. Falture. .. : I gWind done it, . . : , Yomgortle dolle lt,: He gwine done it. Plural. l" a: ns+  pee·+ t They uns gwiue done it. -: Yeo gwiye gone done it, ~-' At.": l.E.aY4 gone dog n..f Plural. - . They nns gwis. gone done it. Ibteemtnstd me the kvotirennow,.;.. Dress, u ,kt st fdtl;i Tlpe Sow,1nnx1y tyes&gpear!:; ',; Their hairthey-frisizn fintbhebpes; . I've tg~...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 26 February 1868

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 26 February 1868

ALEXANDRIA, LA.1 d~ WEDNEDAY.. ... PEBE6, 2 t1 n 'By special request of the citi)es opea of Alexandria, Judge Callor wnilltd- t6 liver a lecture on Agriculture, in the openi Town Hall, this afternoon at 7 o'clock. regis. failed Jas bep. eUn d $r M1$day, the 2d day of March 188. been g' vp hve.e tge .utgoriP for sta- sessil tfag thit oi p% -* the mt.es4ties of WeI the times, that the Proprietors of the sal o redued bear to ttrdo eollars pet day, the oe a u&ahe ntot lmplfired the qualities of oatt We are glp4 also to announce, that As this fine and well regulated first class citize -" Hotel, ha kept4p its good name, and two scarcely a day passes, that we do not disfr hear of some one returning from the shou :Creteit City, A o tduring .tbeir s~iy the have p4 ipaty the St. James, speak in ther the modl tterIng asd complimentary time term if it4 entre geoni under part its present proprietorship. c 0.s QuII gjs. 4re ister We were pleased to see such a reo- it sh pestable and Intellige...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 26 February 1868

to enaor ' t, back e in t early irt I vote"- l etb5 onut btate4 Ibe siificie'nt to adapt thelZe* oousti with a'reconmendMtion that alt art enseting shall be stripken out and wiog ipzorted : h blereaffte an V eleetiot. $ itjlioriz4 adet.-psedo March 2,M188, en. titled an act suppklmentary to an act to listates; l issed M raI}.h l$ 6ikd . tie; h ate tthe restqrapioa týhll be by .may4iyL.fo the bt6tes4tu: ly east, and at the election in which the qae tio,, o theoptur rj t oh ofany contitat.0n is sM .ted, aaly ferson duly ,cistered may vote in any part of tle State which he shall have been registered where g asy reside at the time of such election _6reseirtation of his derti'ecate of reg aio under such rogulationsae .the Dis 7i4 (onnnanders may prescribe. 'Judge Bioghanm introduced in the hiouse, to.day a resolution reciting that as a ma. orlty of the actual voters in Alabama had led for the adoption of the new Consti tftion, that the Legislature of that State Svqd ah s.qo5 *Psa5 pe ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 26 February 1868

I---- -- ------ ----- " THE BOYS8. BY ETHEL LYN1R. "The boys are cominghome to-morrow !" Thus our rural hostess said, Whilst Lon and I shot flitting glances, Fall of vague, unspoken dead. Had we hither come for quiet, Hither fled the cit's noise, But to obange it for the tumult Of those horrid country boys I Waking one with wild halloing Eprly every summer day; sbhooting, robbing, teasing kittens, i Frighteniegathe wrens away. 186ambling over trailing flounces: Thumbing volumes gold and blue; 'Clamoring for sugared dainties, Tracking earth the passage through. These and other kindred trials . Fancied we with woful sigh, " "Those boys, those horrid boys, to-mor row !" sadly whispered Lon and I. i wrote those lines one happy, summer; To-day I smile to read them o'er, Remembering how fall ofterror eVb * watohed all day the opening door. They came--" the boys!"'-efx feet in stature, ( raceful easy, polished men; I vowed to Lou, behind my knitting, For boyheM skthi1!ii'mbtal •-'o every m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 4 March 1868

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 4 March 1868

ALEXANDRIA, LA,: / EDN DAY...... MARCH 4,186. ?' Dr. G. W. Laney has removed his office from the Ice House Hotel to the residence of Mrs. Canfljd, on Se Cond Street. lie can be visited there from this day. Dr. Laney's stay in Alexandria will be short, unless profss sionally detained. T RY ST. JOHN'S COUGH Expectgrant. IF General Hancock, in date Feb ruary 2d, hie issued Special Orders No. 40, which is a very important one. He declares the State of Louisiana bankrupt, and from that date "all the licenses on trades, professions and oc cupations, the revenues, dues and taxes of the State of Louisiana shall be pay able and collected in United States legal tender notes." And "for the purpose of carrying out this order without delay, the tax collectors throughout the State, will report im mediately, under oath to the State Treasurer, the kinds and amounts of fonds and moneys collected by them, up to this date." The order closes thus : " For the 'purpose of avoiding ex pense throughout th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 4 March 1868

fearfa'rogress of Military Rulo. A PiiSgAT6 PU 6OS TO OVRBaTROW DE3 oCATlO GOvTRNMuNT-EN. GRANT MA-" $Go TOR ARMY-A BODY GUARD ON rt AT H .IS 4ToEMns--Rei5 CBLDRURN goprED BY EILITARY RWOr PRO -AETO : Rs Fro Ta roteTION or Tas~ APCr Iov--1DENT FBEPARATIONS FOR A ooUP tFrom the National Intelligencer. yad of thr e ervolfitouery Radicals ;*peogres xindicateg$more and more clear ittler design of establishbng a military SJeiotaim , and of overthrowing Democratic S-vernment. Thb.y have adopted a candi -ate, who is nothing, else but a military ,cai; ho has had noe experience in, as hb no knowledge of, civil affaire; who h atterly deficient in statesmanship ; who wkithout fixed opinions of any kind on ~e eat questions which now agitate the •..pi ; who is the mere tool of artful amgogues and keepers; who does not .eosn recognise the first duty of a soldier, which is obedience to his supeiior; and S clalims no other merit than a bulldog ' bey, and a willingness to exert all the po...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 4 March 1868

There's .n Ocean Above u . . There's an ocean above us, so calm In its flow, . i B That 0o sonnd fro, its depths breaks the silence below. Hay All the objects that fill it in grandeur ap- lean; pear, pare Poured forth [from ;the hand of Omnipo- ly f tence there. stoc I gaze on its wonders with awe-stricken eyes. In the path of its waves where eternity COrn lies; Cl And, borne from the grossness of earth, shal see advance The glory and pomp of that boundless ex panse. ( Far away, on the verge of that beautiful blue, Where the sun, sinking low, disappears from the view, There are-louds sailing round, dressed in purple audgold, More splendid than courts, or than mon archs of old. A And again, in the morning, what dazzling dAC array C Heralds on in his brightness the sovereigns gold of day, As he duly goes forth on his mission of MEN love, Shedding down light and heat from tlhat ocean above. He is wafting his blessings to regions un- i known: ' U And the planets are sailing with Joy ro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 11 March 1868

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 11 March 1868

A ALEXANDRIA, LA.: ingt WEDNESDAY.....MARCH 11, 1868. meal gove 8060. oeea to0 I This trick has again been placed on whil probation by the Post Master. The won mails, until further orders, will be sen' the to the month as of old. In justice to of tt the Institution we must record that she Am( has made a good beginning, and it is rais fervently hoped she may be fully recon- bles etraucted and never play truaat again. ingt tT The District Court adjourned of tl sine die on Saturday night. The Civil deni docket eha been considerably thinned obel down. pro! I~*e desire to call the attention of er all Planters and others interested to bill the advertisementof 0. Hinkley & Son, the which will be found among our new as t advertisements. Catain Hinekley is Jud an old an4 oompetebt steamboatman, des possessed f great experience and en ergy and willt be sure to give satisfac tion to all who patronize him. mol Mu. General Grant is bent on gain self ing the top notch of Radical meaness toil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 11 March 1868

The Lord and Oonway. The vultures who have swarmed fiom the North to whet their beaks apon the taces of Southern liberty, whelever they i bsok to their Northern htoe carry with tem the foetid ar'of the Crruption from rbikh thy draw support,. cud armto pro clai to,the ortir their titness to minister the laws of the Soathern States by black ening and tsadncing the ingtitationa and -.people. With a nice dhriminaton sommendable as it is subtle, they feel that some grave uastiflcatioJn i *decessary to public opinion when such debased cres tarqga they glaim poaittonsof prominence n honor. tKnowilt eir Orbnt naWorti ueiheo seek to lo0 er the ptiaas of the co-jannlties they: oJ4 represent a standard more debased and despicable than that occupied by therielves. onizing the fact that In a btlooa of reltil the viper, may be kings they act upon this vnciple and assert their fitness, by falsi lug, vilifying, and dgrading our people. -o SeA a class of un ean birds belodgs lion. T. W,. onway,...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 11 March 1868

. ALEX . ; _ ti _ c . .. .. . THlE KING ' F'L xI CRADLE. [From London Society.] Draw back the cradle Airtains, Kate; ;. Whilst watch and ward-you're keeping; Let's see the monarch lie.in state, Fi.x7, And view him whilst he's sleeping. lean!s, Ite smiles and clasps his tiny hand purebl As sunbeams in come streaming, ly fo0 A world of baby fairy land stock lie visits whilst he's dreaming. -' Monarch of pearly powder puff Asleep in ndst go cosy, compf Shicleltd from breath f -breezes rougi gh Clo By curtains warm andl rosy.; Shap. He slnmbers sonni ly in liihiell' A weak as one decrepi,, " Though iihi of.CorMl, Lord of. 3ell, And KIdglit of lath that's tepid! BOO' Ah, lnc1y.tyraT ! Happy lot! Fairibathcs witlnot numpber, To sweetly sin besidp h icot, ;, And husg him off to. number: ,. White hands is'waiting* i smooth so neat Iis pillow whenvi'mrudnipled¢ ( On eouch o ros'le~ids fresh-andl Sweet, Not one:bf which is crumpled. Al ducel Will yonder d nty,,l-Yipled hmt-. Size, nºot in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 18 March 1868

- 7- -7 SY f, r - -----ýc~z-; I · 1 -~-, · " ' -··., ·I · ti ' I I' ,, : . i d. -:t •, .:. :..-:v :,::., R . I SSAT' i' .'-r·l S -OV, .- .. . ., I; ; .. . ,. . . · · .·· , ( -  - . ·.,; •. .. ' . ," ,. .L L ... .. .. . ... I .? "~ . . - . . . . - '. ' o: " . . . . . t ".·; .· ' ,. ^--C'~~~~~~~·~~~·~ 1 elI 1 11 'I I I 11 1"·, SALEXANDRIA LUISIAN WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8N BER 9 T'IfITf~t AT 'Ali TT ?f +itrtenj 1y ,n-s- i - I V O L U ,! : ... ... .~~~~· ., ,- -, , , ..• g,.;l DIEOCRtAT" ispublished Week I, at FIVE )OLLAns per-annl m, THREE for six months, payable in advance. 'No Sftecription taken for a less perlod thba Six Month . ,ADVBRTISEMENT .l nserted at the rate of $1 50 PER sqUARE for the frat Insertion and 75 CENTS for each subse- I quent one. Eight lines or less, consti . :tte asquare. The following are ,qir rates toyearly Advcrtisers; One Colilmn.; .... ** ..*.......' O0 Half Column -...... ..... ...... 5 00 1 Tbirdof Column,,......... ...-. 10,00 rth of:Cl n.......... 100,0...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 18 March 1868

At ALEXANDRIA, LA.:. ant WIDNBSDAY.....MARCH 18, 18686 son meal The Delegates. own done The following are the delegates, from this fonn State to the National Democratic Conven- und( tion, which meets in New York on the 4th ansa of July next: and First District-Durant Daponte, Louis ly cc St. Martin. It Second District-Charles Jones, Gen. R. S. Gibson. phet Third District-Duncan F. Kenner, John cone S. Scott. victi Fourth District-Dr. E. M. Millard, well Michael Ryan. Fifth District-George W. McCranie, mak William 8S. Parham. befo corn W A negro, at the instigation of the had Radical clubs of New Orleans, has to b made an affidavit against Governor shot Baker, accusing him of perjury in tak- as tl ing the iron-clad oath. This farce was mer inaugurated before the notorious Com- quei missioner Shannon, who is te standing nect radical official for all such dirty work. are The Governor appeared 'before the agai Commissioner, waived aninvestigation seer and gave his bond in the sum of two...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 18 March 1868

ALL THE NEWS. ti 1 NGTON, March 1.-The Mis t Levee ad I opo Sndorse the oii ~i, e bonds to i-asuewith .iof each. twenty m .t road adlevee:. The work to be l d ant d uostrncted under the asupervision, of thebief engineer of the federal, aiy. The impeachers manifest feverish idity, but otherwise there in oex dement- There is no signs of i eto. The Democrats argue that the major 'i *will render Alabaman iadmis a der the recent election doubly IArs. ' -A bill wtMa introduced al lowing rum and alcohol contracted for and manufactured before'tb&e act of January, 186?, to be exported, if done within thirty days, on proper proof. Sherman claimed that this bill would open the door to frauds. pensions discussed, when the Senate went into executive session, but came out in a few minutes and concurred in the House amendment to the bill amending the judiciary act, which now goes to the president. The Senate again wentinto executive session and adjourned.., : :Hotss--The freedmnen's bureau ex...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 18 March 1868

TI~ PFATHEBi8 DARLINO. Come, close the shuttoer, darling, And stir again the fire, And sing for me that little hymn Learned in the village choir; ] Then get the big old Bibe-- 1 My sight is growing dim Yes, that's the strain, my darling; How beautiful that hymn! Your voi.. is p 0o sour mother's, When she, like you, was young: Ah ! well do I remembor Those little songs s8e sung. She's slooping in the church-yard! ' But why be sad'lflght I The volume now lies open, The lire is warma and bright. Beatitudes, how glorions! " Blesse'd aro the pure Ina heart." Your mother's formomems by me, As burning tear-drops start; She's hoverlng near her iarlin" leer own, pure, undeflod; I feo the angel presence That stands beside my child ! "' The pure in heart," my darling, Shall iunaff the cup of blis,. In that bright world of beautiy, How diffwrent, ob, Frpm this! Theiar brows enwreathld with garlands, ' A palmin every hand; n -robes of dsuling whiteness, In blood-waah'd ranks they'll stand. Onr ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 25 March 1868

ý--W ,,*f r- 6 ý ..l-; r'~ .11 if LAJ 9A( .^it: aGW!tAf: Frv if aaf1 . JA . 1 1 " . . s ý'.I';, I ' ýý T ýr..........................}.................................... ý n; t I AI A fl~f a.J .;. a ... t !e r 11, 1, ) 1 ztt7 '. i VOLUME 23. ( A INJRst&N 4: g F' S'+ t.;· -- -' SlE t, , 1fu 1 i+z: '1 '! l h ýMl Ill ý ;iýý1! :, , -f;' - r; ts s,-lE .s ~ý " bar.3 3.t t - . r f, . .T91i DEMOC AT" ispublished Week ly, at FIrtV nOLtAA erw inntna TIREE fdr six months, piyable in.advance. Y.o pibripfi tbnfaken fdr less ertiod thlti F 1i fontlise ApVEl TaBDisMT3 'inserted it bbe' rate of $-$ 50 PER SQU4AI for the firat insertion and 75 CNTS.e fo each subse, It one. "Eight ines or less, i~ousti e ua qa1e. Thle following are des to yeirly Advertisers: One Oolumn........----.---... Q -Ial Column...........-;...... 75 0. Third of Colhmn..... . ..4-. . .O00 Fourth of Conmn ....... --.. Iý Cards,. (occupyin8g ;pace of eigh.t lin,os, leo,e),........,,: ... . 20 0l Obituary ;Nqtices, lair...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 25 March 1868

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: WEDNESDAY.....MARCH 25, 186& 101 RPMIDEI? AID vlI MWIDI, The Nomnlees of the National Den ocratle Conventon. For Electors-State at Large, ISAIAH GARRETT, Of Ouachita, It. C. WICKLIFFP, Of WDer Felicana. J. N. LEA, Of OrTeas, J. P. FRERET, Of Jeferorn. First Congressional District, ANTHONY SAMBOLA, L. P. SHERBURNE--ALTERNAT. Second Congressional District, M. B. BRADY, CEO. W. RACE-ALTnmxTn. Third Congressional Distriot, ANDREW S. HERRON, J. H. KENNARD--ALEa AT. Fourth Oongressional Distriot, A. DE BLANC, E. N. CULLOM-ALTEiAT8. Fifth Oongressional District, N. B. COLEMAN, W. P. BLACKMAN, ALTSRNATES. J. H. BRIGHAM. NOTIOEI IN COMPLIANCE with Special Or ders No. 55-dated Headquarters 5th Military District, New Orleans. La.. March 11th, 1868, the REGISTRATION LIST of Rapides Parish will be open for revision for ive (5) days commen eing on the THIRD DAY of APRIL, 1868. at Alexandria, Ia. Office Hours will be from 7 A. M., to 12 M., and from 1 to 7 P, M, N. G. SMITH, C...

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