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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 25 March 1868

S Who Coifl .ES, The following persons have been ap pointed to constitute tbeDemocratioWardl t Cwmeltlees for the Parish of Rapides, and Be will report to the undersigned membetrof is the State Centrdil Committee for this Pa risk E. R. BIOSA', SI J. C. WISE: di ALEXANDRTA WARD. J I White, Smith Goerddi re S.SeaT, J. Levio, at JbldKOgan, B C. Duke. at pINEVILLE WABD. J.. IWalker, H. M. Labat, d. WB.. Harper, J. W. Johnston, b Jacob Paul, Stephen Holstein. toc RIOOLET WARD. r O. Labst, M. Nugent; Joebhua Kemp, Peter Boggns, Mathew Swafford, 0., Dean. ti PLAISA1NCE WARD. q 04. TA.ornton, J. D. Aien, Jobli Itooe, N. Villain, . G. W. Hickman, J. M. Rhorer. COTILE WARD. t,JtSeads, H. A. Beyee, T. H. J. Bowles, J. J. Myers, fj W. C. James, W. J. Neal. Il el BAYOU RAPIDES WARD. W. L.'Sanford, J. R. Andrews, W. W. Whittington, C. Innis, Jeff. Gordon, M. McDougall. SPRING HILL WARD. d Wm. Randolph, K. M. Clark, tl Wm. C. Thompson, Henry Butter, a RH Carnal, Abram Martin. k AJIfOURIE WARD. 3 ...

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. — 25 March 1868

PLEA SANT HILL. :: BY MRS. M. B. WLIJAs. , Roll my chair in the sunlight, Ninetta, Just here near the slope of the hill,, t Where the red bud its soft purple clusters Droops down to the swift towingrill. See the golden-hued Wreaths of the jasa mine, Like stars through 'on coppite of pine, While the fringe tree its whitedloating banners , Waves out frog} tbl biopsoming vine. How the notes of the rnocking bird, rngiing From hill side, and wooldland, and vale, Greet the earliest fliush of the mornihng With trills of their happy lovd tale. Ah beauty, and music, and gadness, Ye follow the footsaeps of Spring ; The breeze in its pure balmy freshess, . Seems fanned 'from some 'bright angel's wing. Look yonder and see, little dahightei, Where locust.trees: scattexrtheir bloomi HIave the pansies in velvet eyed sadnees, Peeped yet through the turf.near the tomb? , Nay, then turn not aside, my Ninetta; The grave of our Walter should 'gleam, In the earliest flush of the spring time- The glow o...

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

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

ALEXANDRIA, LA,: WEDNESDAY........ APRI 1, 1868. ACTION! ACTION !I A few moments before we go to press, we have been informed of an in formal meeting of many of our best Conservative c tit ns, who .pti a mq ment's warning, assembled to take ac tion on the recommendations of the State CentrlrC ommitte: As no time ito bo 1 Istdand work in d gbod and been concluded to follow.the, advice of the Committee; In firthletance and coyopliapee of these wishes, we are aru thorized 'to 'announce the' following ticket for Parish oficersdbr the sup port of the" Conervatives of the Par ish. And further we give notice that a meeting will be held on SATIUIDAY, the 4th iast, in the Ball zoom. of thed Ice House Hbtel,' at 11 o'clock A. M., for the purpose;of aking other nomi-. nations. A full attendance is desired and expected. FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY, DAVID PIERSON, FOR SHERIFF, JAMES R, ANDREWS. FOR. CLERK, JOHN W. HICKMAN, FOR PARISH JUDGE, JOSEPH W. MOORE. ; M.. LABAT. iOR0CORONE], G: LES- 0 WOOD; ....

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 1 April 1868

An Epitaph. t OONS 'I T:UI T O a as ory Wid the q Ift toat t . IE V O LU N, .. Wsbcibr @ phltty jsf 'entimcent. ºa q tc tinibroke the cbiinof 4Esro¶`1t4 ; gs V I4aBRRTj Ioan topl1e !0 PEOPLE, and tifpeople, 4fi to thei"r oaths, to the world and posterity, tl became the willing instruments of destruc- ' tion, and basely surrendering h this lggitim,e pffprig .o il LIBERTY, t Iw into the hands of its Congressional execu- tl tioners, have satisfied mankind that a no nation ean be.fret which is t( undeserving of THIS CON S¶ITUTION Perfectiu aegryp ýway tbe FOUNDATION ULpoa whlch na hobles stotulfe haid been raised which was the a Pintd AND GLORY 'dof tbh ' .OfiLD. a., And to which the sons of oppres sion is every clime looked for elief. 8 Under this Constitution the '8States' wer sl Independent and co-equal : Now A Enehrouded in )arkiness, Coered wihlpe4olai of Radicalismr the b prisenit oa hfli' ortie 'Humiirf.' " ting Pietsie of a NATION Volun.t ly Ebrcing Despotise and fixing on ...

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

WtHICH SIIILL IT BE  " Which shall it he ? which shall it be?" I looked at John-John ooked at me. (Dear, patient John, w\lo loves me yet As well as though my locks were jet.) And when I found that I must speak, My voice seemed strangely low and weak, " Tell me again what Robert said;" And then I, listening, bent my head. " This is his letter:" "I will give A house and land while you shall live, If, in return, from out of seven, One child to me for aye is given." I looked at John's old garments, worn ; I thought of all that John had borne Of poverty, and work, and care, Which I, though willing, could not share; I thought of seven months to feed, Of seven little children's need, And then of this. "Come, John," said I, " We'll choose amongst them as they lie Asleep;" so, walking hand in land; Dear John and I surveyed our band. First to the cradle lightJy stepped, Where Lilian, the baby, slept.. Her damp curls lay, like gold, alight A glory 'gainst the pillow white;: Softly her tather ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 8 April 1868

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

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: WEDNESDAY........APRIL 8,1868 The Parish Nominations. The meeting on Saturday last put forward the following as the nomina tions of the Democratic party for Dis trict and Parish officers: FOR CONGRESS, HON. JOHN E. KING, of St. Landry. . FOR DISTRICT JUDGE, ... HON. 0. OHAPLIN, Sr., of Natchitcheas. FOR THE SENATE, HON. M. RYAN, Alexandria. FOR REPRESENTATIVES, WM. 0. JAMES, Cotile. GEORGE B, MARSHALL, Cheneyville. JOHN L. WALKER, Pineville. FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY, DAVID PIEBOX. FOR SHERIFF, JAMES B, ANDREWS. FOR CLER1, JOHN W. HIOK AN, FonR PAnRsH JUDGE, JOSEPH W. MOORE. FOR ASSESSOR, . E M LABAT. FOR CORONER, OILES a. WOOD. This ticket will be headed "No Con stitution" and the energies of its friends will be bent to defeat that in strument. If, however, it should be carried, we desire to have the best officers to administer it. Such men compose the above ticket. Let all Conservatives vote for the mien and against the Constitution. Eleotiop Preoinats. ELECTION DAYS,...

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

gB ANNIUNCIATION. BY E. T. (1or the DEa ociuT.] il, holy Mary, flled with grace! 'idiugs of joy are thine! ~p 'lt bear e on, who is to be, +Pe Saviour of mankind. ,9r of the JedW ad uPtile $ribes y7 son shall bd the 4d#, " ! Sot in a gorgiod pa1e , IS4I , e` i r leftieulyrbabe beubrfi ... No clashing cymbals, trumpets loud, pro.lim His natoai mIn. But in a manger rude shall lie, This Prince of David's line; And humble shephehls come from' far, TAworship at hi shrine. Hanger, temptation, sorrow, pain, And all of human woe ; Shall He, thy Son, in meekness bear, And thus his God-head show. i Ilass nporr a Iel croses For mortals' sine atone; That in all ages men may be, Pardoned through Him alone. Ascended once again to Heaven, Seated at God's right hand; To Him all nations shall give praise, To Him each knee shall bend. ANNUNCIATION DAY, March 25th, 1868. ELEOTION ORDERS. ,BtDi'Qus, Pwrr MILrrARY DisreeTr,. ( New Orleans, La. March, 11, 1868. SPECIAL OnRDBs No.5. 5. [sExanr.) ' R" * *...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 8 April 1868

M The following lines, says the Albany News, which we find in the Baltimore Episcopal Methodist. art from the pen of a son and, fighting Chaplain of Georgia. He was severe ly wounded in the late war, but, as we see, is still able and willing to wield his pen in behalf of - *-the land our grand old fathers Won from forest and from foe." We Will Never Leave the Land. JY REV. GEORGE G. SMITH, .JR, Comrade! you stood beside me In the hottest of the flht. And you braved the storm of battle With all a strong man's might! Now comrade stand up nearer, Grasp me firmly by the hand- And swear by Heaven with me You will never leave the land! 'Tis the land onr grand old fathers Won froin forest and from foe, Made theirs by noble daring, ; And with many a bloody blow! Our sisters here lie-baried, And here our mothers 'lie ! Our bones must rest beside them, When God wills that we shall.4ie. We cannot yield to menials, And to strangers hard and cold We cannot yield the grave yard, And our fathers'...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 15 April 1868

, Si 41a~ Z; ~4' m.MT q.. ýi ;ý;S, ,!5 ý t.il:.I f W' Tý/ý 1 ' .. ; t7 1' y. {`9,t y 3 i, 4"; ' !, #, :-ý r rý.r# q+ g f OLUME 23.1I I ýA :1 tr q ; I Y-1 *iT 7: .ý ( ;I ' , 1 i ' t" L E A D R A ; ý', n ý,y .Y y , r f ý}}ý , ý; ýl l ý ,P{ '' ! S t '1 i " L. : ,,1 .., ')P '...1 I ,if , " . I . 8 DBMOdRAT," iapblishedWeekl jf Va nooLal per annuni, Tit S o'ix moniiths, payable In advinco. p1 r;.' tdPtiQ: ta~ken orks. leste peripd than sj l3s~rn lN'la:ede 'at the 'h .J $80 S15 6iaiiis for te'hrfli t' mi o d 7$ &c gs for each snbsa "`: `on. Eiglhtliies or lees, coupti tote a square. The -foPW]ing area oi rates to yearly Advrtisers: el o. m...--...... - oO Tbi rd off".ln - -- - . alf.CmoýlU ,........r............ o 00 d +of: nmn i-" -- ;.......... 10 00 '(oncugytni e bae of eight es r less,)... .. ".****** S'aObli y Notices, . arriages, Publih ft paid for as advertisements. .;;" A7 PersonaB:.:eurd when admissible, eb 4onblOth ul aly[erti iente. u. -THE f! w gis 4Grfud Epochl- e dae...

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

ALEXANDRIA, LA,:,; WEDNESDAY....... APRIL 15, 18 The PaiiahNominations. OI1 0NGRES , HE. H0?.JOR IkU W FOR.D Ddl i4I .f[]$ HON, . ORAPLIN, Sr., POE SENATOR HON. M, RYAN. FQ0= BF! PES FTRVES, MWR: I JAlB, GEOW BA MARSHALL JOHN L WtlknB, FOR DISBr IOTý 1.T , DAVID PISeSQN, FOR HERBIF :, JAMEfBi. ANDUEWS. rOli`O CVtX, JOHN WIEO & : FOR PARISIf JUDGI, JdsBEPH W, MOO,, FOR: ASSESSOR, H. M. LABATS FOR CORONER, GILES 0, WOOD, Ilt Many of our people ill. roem her, that latyew, somec the colored people shoWed a dispoeitida to votethe P in~eind I f iitnic l te, an& wiere deterrei and 1bulli pdf in haviag their choice, by-a fesr welt kthvn ngiggers, who a*e'fdtsli pr ti n 'the Club-3in one, 4fwc thei ftc aketi were lforced fromjntt ip a ptrn ipnd thrown away.' Tiea wi 'bet b f p itted this yea at this 4ele8; nt e -qlordpeople w*l efi o g jens :apton in; voting a4 they " We are pained to.,,appouuee te death fi Jadge WilliamM. So mpl., one of the editors of the ., Ayr Orleans crescent 'J...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 15 April 1868

Sse6ndthe n Q.1 Pu it or ot, 8 t. -t V der Shesdthe jlsvf m t ? d y whith men aeutb 1aeo f snlyetand& r . T te toi , b, o ' Are ye mad-men, 0oola or knaves, Tiat with folded hlatd,-so calmly Vote against this vilkAppression, yield not to the mighty wrong! aim wpmeP hegd the warning . Lid your fathers, sog~ynd husbands, Rally for your native land, P '.riNei, O eomander of t1o ,Fift p . ..:I' j ,-is.iitri-t , (From the New York World,] General Handook iwll'rmmain North.- a io will command the Fifth Military Dis- o triat.esllspet But the, Rat raid M"..i ..- . ith'ra.t raS _.hd litioid, hae failed in half of the ouble object it G hg. That object waa the retirement of d H]iocl pnd tlhi exposure.of.the people of a; ifs .na d feisto thei et t ea qntsite a horrors of bayonet-reconstruction. Sheri- d dan's carnivel of Jobbery' and cruelty was k to be reinangurateli,. This fraction of the f( mme ha failed. The toleration, g the gentle possibilities even of a lawand let slip the chance ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 15 April 1868

TO TER CHIBP JUSTICE. PROM MILFS O'REILLY. Ineediw per  nes, asuppos8 W oineri dolose. Guardian of liberty and right, Of law and iustice inthe. land ! Hold the scales firm with even hand: For thou must either greatly stand, C nlm as fate-with purpose grand Or sink beyond all reach of light. Down to the deep foundation stones On which our country's pillars rest, proppingthe roof. oneebrightly pressed By stars-beneath which many agnest Came in to share the banquet blest Of liberty-our temple groans. Groans i this earthqulke's helpless loss, (The:War was nothing-and is past;) But the temple thrills with tremors vast Seeing the sacred things amasted By our great. fathers, rudely cast Down to the dust as worthless dross. 'Tis thine to bid the storm lie o'er A right almost too great for speech; 'Tis thine the sacred vessels each To Ift.again: 'tis thine to teach Lessons of love, that yet may reach. And knit all sections os.ef yore; uEgh towertng o'er the tvnlgar train By rage and greed ...

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

ft ~ jT ~i e rit Iti·: 1!: 1' s b .sv~)4t ~ -- rb~iP.Let~ hr ?u b-rif~~ I·.i~;;b~·iiM~~- 1i~d U l :ff ,;1:(1 -t;i { ý74. l ý rC e . li(. ý Iýr?..: ·· r!i . I gel I Tu .:-o u c:: UII~U ' 09 O: ·: 4 I., vt i"I f f 1. r·ý j / ,' Cjýý 4T ýf t F . x, ý' ý 1i , r!f I-F": ' f u r:f 1! "r ...1 j0 ' f ý I.""{ 1! ' . ." i " t, '!.c ".l l5 ý1 ,si " r e # tF1a7P g~ i. - T i ~~~-· ~~ j·; oI1.-· : ~"·_i ý" n~ :,i ='i ' y ýi. R '1 , i~ , , , .n VOLUME 23 1 A XA I~L cd1J'; -4- v( P, Is i ý " 'r r J' r i1 ,# ii ' 4 qt :ýa ýC'Y++r3l .,p ; if I ý J ý r« " t 1" ', ýý , f' ji '"#' ý ' i 1e !1i . .i',z r r:IJ ·' r; ' s { U .,t$.. } l. 11' 1 ~ltt:aH Y E1 FT r. ,3 . # )l~r f., .'ir /.. t# ,,t " r (i : 'Y~ .flibf 1' ±i jitf;tt3r 1 ýn ·ý7#at s~ 0UoeBAT' IepnbliualeAW ek. Lam, I~t~ tol,'1 the 0:~~h~~ cr~for eak etahd $ .,4 *aqsMO.'re f o, ig., to .9 t ` tS o yearly Adtertisers: - Met jI Ourrth of Column.. - -.(ý ob Noties, ' Mrriages- Fobh CrsofThank, etc., to h o Niobtices;, eiilauac 1%eWe - t balk by the ma...

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

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: WEDNESDAY....... APRIL 22,1868 om Rev. E. P. Palmer will preach as usual on next Sunday at 3 o'clock, P. 31. at the Town Hall in Alexandria. We learn that Bishop Wilmer, of the Protestant Episcopal Church, will pay a diocesan visit to this Parish on the 7th day of May next. a r---,, ItWe have no desire to indulge in any just or harshly merited remarks concerning many outrngeous"-doings or attempted doings conceirning the in cidents of the lpte election. Many of them merit severe rebuke and might have ended in awful carnage but for precautionary measures 'taken in pro per time; but all's well that ends well, and let them be forgotten and due charity cover them all. We are sure some things may have occurred that could have been avoided and sincerely hope the aggrieved parties will remem ber that all was done for the best, all for the preservation of good order and peace and if any errors were commit ted, they were errors of the head and not of the heart. Let all tak...

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

ALL THE E WS WASIIIrTOoN, April 13--9SrATs.--The p, motion to amend the rules to allow addi- p tiooal time for speeches was tabled. Ste- a vens, Williams, Bo.tweltl and Lgan were h dsappoioted. Stevens and Williams made , special appeate for a bearing. Sherman t was re-called. Stranberry a klld whthtr, a after Stanton's restoration, the good of the 'evice required another man than Stanton ( at the head of the War Department.. But- ti ler objected. Bingham said if Sherman's opinions be given, forty thousand other ti ien's opinions uight be called for. But- a er spoke at length. He warned the Sena- tE tore,that Saturday's struggle ivculd be re neied to-day. Several questions were asked by Sena 1orS, and a general debate ensued. Evarts said they desired to show that the Presi- ti d~nt' action was for the good of the ser- i vice, based on the opinions of honest and t< intelligent officers. The Senate refused to hear the answer. Yeas only 15. Davis r voted nay. Sprague and Saulsbury. ...

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

ERIN'BS 1LAG. BY Rny. A. a. RYA (MOINA). Respectfully inscribed to his friends in .Nask Ville. Unroll Erin's flag! fling its folds to the breeze! Let it float o'er the land, let it flash o'er the seas; Lift it out of the dust-let it wave as of yore, When its chiefs, with their clans, stood .around it and swore That never! no! never, that Banner would yield So long as the heart of a Celt was its shield; While the hand of a Celt had a weapon to wield, And his last drop of blood was unshed on the field. Lift it up ! wave it high !-'tis as bright as of old! Not a stain on its Green, not a blot on its God, Though the woes and the wrongs of three hundred long years Have drenched Erin's Sunburst with blood and with tears; Thongh the clouds of oppression enshroud it in gloom, And around it the thunders of tyranny boom. Look aloft! look aloft! lo! the clouds drift ing by,. There's a gleam through thegloom, there's a light in the sky; 'Tis the Sunburstresplendent-far, flashing on high ! Erin...

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

4: V I- Kt VOLUMET } 2 D S Tof wtU rt fovlA ocb1I' re . 23. } VEXANEIA, L1OJISANA, WPDNESDAY, AI¶IL 29I4 I'i m i TE R, MS: . TgEB DEMOCRBA'" ispublished Week ly, at VE DOLARS per annum, TuRrEE for six months, payable in advauone. No I gabseription taken for a less period than Six Months. ADVLbRTIS i MITS inserted at the rie of $1 50 FR SQUARE for the. flst tnsertion and 75 Co NTS for each aubse quent one. Eight lines or less, consti tate a square. The following are our rait to yearly Advertiasef: oaetMolu ....0...... ...:...... 1000 .........-- -.....,..... ,175 00 Sof Colmtp P....... ...... 130 00 o of -Coinumn....... ..- --- 100:00 Cirds, (ocedpying space of eight linorrle5W).- ............... 20 00 .Qjzy rIotioes, -Marriages, n'blic sngs, Carts of Thanks, etc., to be pId4 fors advertisementa. - i W Personal cards, when admissible, ehoged double the usual advertisements. JfYA4DY LOYB, BY ELIZA COOK. *m tonging eyes behold her, She has come and I am blest; Nrteor! nearer--till I h...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 29 April 1868

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: WEDNQSDAY ...... APRIL 29,1868 PFO PRESIDENT and VICE-PRESIDENT The Nominees of the National Demn ocratic Convention. Y'ORO E LE 0 TOJES STATE AT LARGE. ISAIAH GARRET, Of Ouchta. R. O. WICKLIFFE, of W-et i'eo~if a. hUrT C0oaB88NIOAL DISTRICT, Al.THOt, .1 AMBOLA. .K B. BA DY. . THIRD COIfRE8IQss J4 DISTRICT, . ii1rnw 8. BERRON. FdUaRT cHarBEBBIORAL DISrBICT, . . DE BLA1O. ... FIFTH CONGSBBSIONAL DISTRTICT N. B. COLEMAN, DIVINE SERVIOE. The Right Rev. Bishop Wilmer, will Wvst Alexandria on the 7th (Thursday) May. On the following Sabbath, (10th May) Religions Services will be held .at the umual place. The rite of Con frmation will be administered. On the same day, at 3 o'clock, P. M., he will preea b at the State Seminary. The Populace at large are invited to attenil. NOTICE, As Bishop Wilmer, of the Episcopal Church, will visit Alexandria on the 10th ofMay,Iherebycallinmy appoint ment for that .day. My next appoint ment will be.the 14th of June, at 11 o'clock. Rev. ...

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