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

THE GENERAL ABnE.BLYi s OEG HANDED PROCEEDINGBI I Insubordtiation of the Radicals I [From the New Orleans Times. yesterday an immense assembly of col ored men thronged the sidewalks in front of the Mechanics' Institute long before"12 o'clock, the hour fixed by the proclamation of Gov. Warmoth for the meeting of the General Assembly., The lobbies of the Senate Chamber and of the House were crowded to excess. It appears that a portion of the crowd were in wait for the inauguration of the Governor elect. Gov. Baker and Lieut. Gov. Voorhies were in readiness since 9 o'clock to turn over the papers of their re spective offices to the Governor elect, HI C. Warmoth. THE SENAT. The Senate was, called to, order at i2 o'clock, O. J. Dunn in the ehair, and tlhir ty-two members .present. This man then caused to be read the late military orders appearin the papers, by which he was appointed. He appointed the Secretary, -who entered upon the duties of his office; appointed the..Sereantat-Arms, an...

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

p o .tica. THE DREAM. BY MRS. M..B. WILLIAMS. "No, there's not beneath the heaven'a grief like this wild grief of inine, Tell me not of comfort, Walter, talk not of a hand divine. Was it His that. smote my Charlie till his little moans greew weak, And he looked into my eyes, the tortures that he could net speakS Did He hear me, when I counted moments by their throbs of pain, Hoped and prayed with tears of pleading till the hope and prayer were vaitu ? O, my Charlie O, my darling, with the blue 'nd sunliht eyes. O, to wathab themfade and flutter with the gasp of dying sighs. O, my little clinging infant, kept so close from scathe or harm, Going Jopely. to the darkness from his mother's shelt'ring arm, Ye~s, God tortuie! and His soarges lash the faith from sinking hearts; . Ont on sueh a Father, Walter !-in sucha God Ihaveno part! He who made death for His creaturee,need He too have made the pain,. And the agotty of dying, and thq cares of - love i.vai.! Could it not have been a ceasi...

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

ilk. .- I 3 ne~ .· VOLUM " Ixtej;. T t, i /,"f'1.' 9iii * $" r 'ý iitl' i ll: fýý ýSl ý. IE VOLUME 24. } 24. :. ALEXANDRIA, LOUISAA yW..~ .,DiyrJ1JLY -*TE DEMOCRAT" ispublishedWeek ly, at FiVE DOLLARS per annum, ThREE for six months; payable in advance. No Sabsoription:taken for a less period than Six Months. , " ADVERTISMEQNTS inserted at the, rate of $1 50 PER SQUARE for the fi8st insertion and 75 cars for each subse quent one. Eight lines or less, consti _ate a square. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: One Colmn ................... $300 00 Half Column.. ............. 175 00 Third of Column.............. 130 00 Fourth of Column .................. 100 00 Cards, (occupying space of eight lines, or less,).................. 20 00 Obituary Notices, Marriages, Public Meetings, Cards of 'Thanks, etc., to be paid for asadvertisements. , V Personal cards, whea admiseibe,l charge4l double the usual adveatiseaents. ATTORNEYB AT LAW., WM. A. SEAY, A TTORNEY AT LAW, ALEXANDR...

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

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: WEDNESDAY....... , LY 15, 1858 FOR PRESIDENT, H0 RATI 0 SEYMOUR, OF NEW YORE. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, FRANK P. BLAIR, OF MISSOURI. FOREX EL E l 3 TORS STATE AT LARGE. ISAIAH GARRETT, Of Ouachita. W.V R. C. WICKLIFFE, Of West Feliciana. FIRS T CONGBRESIONAL DISTRICT, ANTHONY SAMBOLA. SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, M. B. BRADY. THIRD CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, ANDREW S. HERRQN. SFOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT A. DE BLANC. FIFTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, N. B. COLEMAN. GRAND RATIFIOATION MEET ING. .DEMOCRATIC BARBECUE! RALLY OF THE DEMOCRACY!!! A Grand Mass Meeting of the De mocracy of Rapides will be held in Alexandria on SATURDAY, the 25th day of JULY, 1868, for the purpose of ratifying the nominations of SEYMOUR and BLAIl4 the nominees of the Dem ocratic Party for President and Vice President of the United States. There will be a BARBECUE on the occasion, in the (rove, below Town. Eminent speakers are invited abd will be in attendance. A welcome invita tion is extended, and g...

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

1 For the DEMOCRRAT. "R.APIDESI RAPIDESI" to --the homes of this Re'd River Valley, In days we shall qpe ho more; Dwelt a race of a spirit at loyal, As the gold-hjitriied Knights of Yore. Was there ever a Wrong to be righted; Ever a Right to be won, Or a peril to meet or to challenge, Lo! a thousand men as one, . Sprung up from the hills and the valleys, "Rapides !" their rallying cry. A watchword which banded together, Friend and foe in one strong tie. They were men of th3 truest and bravest, Those chivalrous conls of old, And they held their faith and their honor Far dearer than heaps of gold. % They were faulty, perhaps, but their errors God knows never licked the dust. No! not e'en when their Berserkar madness Raged on like a bloody lust. For that watchword "Rapides" would still bring them Shoulder to shoulder once more, Were it raised in their Red River Valley Or heard on a stranger shore. One heard It-=-he rushed to the succor, And came where his life-long foe Was sinking, sor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 15 July 1868

LE JAEDIN MABILE. BY JONS 0. saXE. Should you e'er go to Franee-as of course you intend (Though the Great Exposition is now at an end) And in Paris should stroll-as I'm certain you will In the Gardens adorned with such exquisite skill, To call them "Elysian" is scarcely to reach What the grammars entitle a "figure of speech" Don't fail, e'er you go, a moment to steal A look at the spot called the Jardin 3£a$lle. I. 'Tis a place of enchantment-a rural re treat Where Nature and Art in such harmony meet, To form an Flysium of music and flowers, Of moss-covered grottoes and fairy-like bowers; Where lamps blaze in tulips and glow worms of gas Illume the roses and gleam in the grass That merely to see it, one cannot but feel If there's heaven on earth, 'tis the Jardin 4abile. Irr. But wait until midnight, or say one o'clock, When hither by hundreds the citizens flock, And strangers unnumbered are strolling aronund In the serpentine walks of the beautiful ground ; Just wait, if you please,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 22 July 1868

. , m- n in - ----- ' - rea SR. IOSSATWOR TOO VOLUME 24.ALEXA. ATOUSI A NoAT W RL s DGoE~3S AlJU Too 1o8 c. U M BEo4 VOLUME 24. } ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA WEDNESDAY JULY 22, 1868. ` NUMBER 4. - ~ - s o 'n o"• TERIM, S: 'THE DEMOCRAT" ispublished W'eek ly, at FIVE DOLLARS per annum, TIIIEE for six months, payable in advance. No Subscription taken for a less period than Six Months. ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate of $1 50 PER SQAlRE for the first insertion and 75 CEN'TS for each snbse quelnt one. Eight lines or less, consti tute a square. The fllowing are our rates to yearly Advertisers: One Column ..................... $300 00 Half Column .................. 175 00 Third of Column .........:...... 130 00 Fourth of Column.............. 100 00 Cards, (occupying space of eight lines, or less,).................. 20 00 Obituary Notices, Marriages, Public Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. ' FPersonal cards, when admissibe,l charged double the usual advertis...

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

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: IVEDEDA :... .--JULY 22, 1868 FOR PRESIDENT, HORATIO SEYMOUR, OF NEW YORK. P'OR VICE-PRESIDENT, FRANK P. BLAIR, OF MISSOURL EPOI:3E LB C0 TOI:S STATE AT LARGE. ISAIAH GARRETT, Of Ouachita. St. C. WICKLIFFE, Of West F'eliciana. FIRSBBT CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, ANTHONY SAMBOLA. SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, M. B. BRADY. THIRD CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, ANDREW S. HERRON. FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT A. DE BLANC. FIFTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, N. B. COLEMAN. P GRAND RATIFICATION MEET ING. DEMOCRATIC BARBECUE ! RALLY OF THE DEMOCRACY!!! A Grand Mass Meeting of the 1W& Zmocracy of Rapides will be held in Alexandria on SATURDAY, the 25th day of JULY, 1868, for the purpose of ratifying the nominations of SEYMOUR and BLAIRIthe nominees of the Dem ocratic Party for President and Vice President of the United States. There will be a BARBECUE on the occasion, in the Grove, below Town. Eminent speakers are invited and will be in attendance. A welcome invita tion is extended, and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 22 July 1868

[FOR THE DEMOCRAT. I pinefor the early days once more, The years of the distant past; When the lights of life were golden rays Aeross which no shadows were cast. I sigh for the true W*km-hearted friends, Who loved and welcomed me then,. Aid bitter, oh, bitter, the thought to me That I ne'er shall greet them again. No, never again, for the world is wide, And our paths have parted for aye; The current of Time is bearing.us on Far away from our childhood's day. We may sigh, we may weep for the joys that have flown, Baut we ne'er can recall them again; The years that have passed to Eternity's shore, We weep and we sigh for in vain. E. T. Gov. Warmoth's Inaugural Mr. President and Gentlemen of the Senate and House of Representatives: I am deeply impressed with the grave and peculiar significance of this occasion and the magnitude of the responsibility which I am this day to assume. I trust the bearts of all of us are moved and per vaded by a realizing sense of the new and serious duties...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 22 July 1868

A CONJUGAL DISPUTE. All at the mid of the night there r-ros6 A quarrel 'twixt husband and wife; For the young Omer Bey and his spouse, Falling into discussion and strife, Wild words to each other they said, Side by side at the dead Of the night, on their marriage bed. Had it been about anything less The quarrel'might have passed by; But it was not a trifle, you guess, That set words running so high. Yet the cause in dispute (to be brief) Was only a white handkerchief, Broidered all over with gold, And scented with rose and with amber So'sweet, the whole house could not hold That scent from the nuptial chamber. For (the whole truth herewith to disclose) This handkerchief broidered with gold, And scented with amber and rose, Had been given to the BeyYto enfold Her letters which lay on his breast) By the mistress that he loved best. But his wife had a sensitive nose For the scent of amber and rose; And the fiend himself only knows But, for a lie, ere the close Of the quarrel there had ...

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

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

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: WEDNE3SpAY..... JULY 29, 1868. FOR PRESIDENT, HORATIO SEYMOUR, OF NEW YORK. 0o8 VICE-PRESIDENT, FRANK P. BLAIR, OF MISSOURI. FQORIL ELEC O TOES STATE AT LARGE. IS'AIAH GARRETT, Of Ouachita. R. C. WICKLIFFE, Of West Feliclana. F IB T CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, ANTHONY SAMBOLA. SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, M. B. BRADY. THIRD CONGRESSIONArL DISTRICT, ANDREW S. HERRON. FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT A. DE BLANC. FIFTH CONGRESSIOBAL DISTRICT, N. D. COLEMAN. DEMOOBATIO 1BARBEOUEI sEYROUB AID BLAIR. The Democracy of Bayou Bconf and surroending country will give a .BAR BECUE at CHENEYVILLE, on SAT URDAY, the 8th of AUGUST, 1868, al which there will be public speaking. A general invitation is cordially ex tended TO ALL, and a hearty welcome awaits them. Freo-disenssion is invited. Police Jury Notice. IN accordance with the petition of twelve freeholders, a meeting of the Police Jau ry, is hereby called. The meeting will be held on the 10th day of August next, and each member o...

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

ATL THE ~ TEWS WasnUrGTox, July 20.-Vetoing the electoral college bill, the Presieut main tains that the Southern States were iever out of the Union, and "3Ourts that they *ere practically and constitutionally re stored previous to March, 1867. Narrating the provisions of the constitution, the president says the joint resolution, by im plhation' at least, concedea that these States were States by virtne of their organ. ization prior to the 4th of March, 1867, but denies to them thel right to vote in the election of President and Vice President of the United States. It follows either that this assumptio.i of power is wholly unau thorized by the constitution, or that the States so excluded from voting were out of the Union by reason of the rebellion, and have never been legitimately testorcd. Reing fully satisfied. that they were never out of the Union, and that their relations thereto have been legally and constitntion ally restored. I am forced to the conclusion that the joint reso...

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

OPENING HYMN OF THE LEG. ISLATURE. From New Hampshire's green mountaine, From old Nantucket's strand, From Lake Ontario's fountains, And Huron's golden sand; From old Wisconsin river And famed Iowa's plains, We are coming to deliver This State to negro chains. We love the spicy breezes That blow from Afric's shore, A scent that so well pleases, Who would not thirst for more. Thick lips and coal black faces,. The gifts of God are shown, . We'll take these dusky races And mingle with our owes. Should we, whose souls are lighted With wisdom from on high, Wait still to be invited Before we hither hief When offices are waiting, And plunder is to reap, Not at the present stating, When carpet-bags are cheap. S . -f New Orleans Times. THE SOUTH. BY REV. FATHER RYLAN. 1es, give me the land . Where the ruins are spread, And the living tread light. On the hearts of the dead; Yes, give me the landl That is blessed by the dust, And bright with the deeds Of the down-trodden just. ,Yes, give me t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 5 August 1868

-TE- WOEL IS ..-O i.Iri"ED TOO 4"T OE JJ..rflITO P-  O- nl VOLUME 24.1 . ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA, WEDNESDAY AUGUST 51868 6 AGS 5. 1 86, -- " , i ~ l~l l "Il~l l Ill ll  " ... " '; '" : ] ... j_i-. 'BI S, T ,H . id~ IIg...,. "..;NE1 Td ,'-- .... "L~ .~D~i ~ _.,~ -TEE DEMOCRAT" ispublishedTWeek ly, at rIVE DOLLAIS per annum, THREE for six months, payable in advance. No Snlubscription taken for a less period than Six Months. AdDVERTIS8EMENTS inserted at the rate of $1 50 PER SQUARE for the first insertion and 75 CErrs for each nsubse quent one. Eight lines' or less. consti .tute a square. The following are our -ates to yearly Advertisers: One Column................... $300 00 Half Column............ ...... 175 00 Third of Column.m.............. 130 00 Fourth of Column............... 100 00 ads, (occeupying space of eight lines, or less,);,..... ......... "0 00 ,(itupsy Notices, Marriages, Public Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc.,: to be paid for as advertisements. & Personal ...

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

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: WEDNESDAY.... AUGUST 5, 1868. FOR PRESIDENT, HORATIO SEYMOUR, OF NEW YORK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, FRANK P. BLAIR, OF MISSOURI. FOl~, "E L E c TOES STATE AT LARGE. ISAIAH GA.RRETT, OfOuachita. R. O. WICKLIFFE, Of West Feiciana. FIRBT CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, ANTHONY SAMBOLA. SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, M. B. BRADY. THIRD CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, ANDREW S. HEREON. FO URTHI CONGRESIONAL DISTRICT A. DE BLANC. PITH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, N. D. COLEMAN. DEMOCRATIC BARBECUEI a SEYMOUR AND BLABI C The Democracy of Bayou Benuf and " surrounding country will give a BAR- t' BECUE at CHENEYVILLE, on SAT- tl URDAY, the 8th of AUGUST,;1868, at s which there will be public speaking. - A general invitation is cordially ex- 01 tended To ALL, and a hearty welcome ft awaits them.. Free discussion is invited. of in Police Jury Notice, at TN accordance with the petition of twelve of .freeholders, a meeting of the Police Ja ry, is hereby called. The m6eting will be to held on the 10th day...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 5 August 1868

SENATO HiENDRICIKS. His Great Speec,.in The Senate. FAVORS SEYMOUR AND BLAIR AND TV.E DENO CRATIC PLATFORM. Senator Hendricks said : MR. PRB$IIDErT : It was my desire at this time to submit some rather extended re marks to the. Senate upon the political questions now occupying public attention, but the condition of my health to-day will only allow a brief reference to them. I have observed for a few days past a pur pose on the part of Senators who represent the majority, to avoid the position of the defensive, and to assume, if possible, that of the offensive in this political contest. In my judgment, that is neither practical nor possible on their part. It is not, in the nature of the case. For eight years the Federal Government, and most of the State governments of the North, have been con trolled by the party now in the majority in Congress, and it is impossible that that party can avoid a response to the people upon the questions that attract public at tention. Waiving an inquir...

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

STAB-SPANGLED BANNER FOR THE NEW NATION. 'osus ordo cloussm. O say, can you see, since the war's deadly blight, Our time-honored flag. without sadly re gretting The fate of a people who sold their birth right; And behold now the sun of their liberty setting! And the tax we now pay (near two million per day) Gives proof that fanatics and tyrants bear sway; While the star-spangled banner in mockery waves Over bond-holding tyrants and tax-ridden slhves. The brave soldiers who fought amid trial so sore, (As they thought) for the old Constitu tion and Union; And hoped they .would see when their perils were o'er, The States all united in friendly com munibn; lint now they behold from our Union of old, Many States stricken out and by niggers controlled; While the star-spangled banner deridingly waves O'er a country destroyed by fanatics and knaves. 0 what would our sires (who for liberty bled) Think to see their homes sunk in such vile degradation 9 The South ruled with bayonets, powder an...

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

El. R- BIOSSAT1 r - TH WOR.,LD IS GOPVE2I,2TED TOO MvIoT [* CIITO( AD PELOPHITO VOLUME 24.1 ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA WEDNESDAY AUGUST 12,1868. NUMBER 7. 1;fre n4,49 TE: ] U1V S : *THE DEMOCRAT" ispublished Week ly, at FIVE DOLLARS per annum, TIIREE for six months, payable in advance. No Subscription taken for a less period than Six Months. .ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate of $1 50 PER SQUARE for the first insertion and 75 cx-rs for each subse quent one. Eight lines or less, consti tute a square. The following are onr rates to yearly Advertisers: r One-Colmn ..................... $300 00 Half Column................... 175 00 Third of Column............... 130,00. Fourth of Column ............... 100 00 Cards, (occupying space of eight lines, or less,)...---...... -----------20 00 Obituary Notices, Marriages, Public Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. Wr Personal cards, when admissibe,l charged double the usual advertisei~ata. ATTOBINEYS AT LAW. WM. A...

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

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: WEIDNESDAY.... -.AUGUST 12, 1868. FOR PRESIDENT, HORATIO SEYMOUR, .;' NEW YORK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, FRANK P. BLAIR, OF MISSOURI. O'OR E L E O TO5RS STATE AT LARGE. ISAIAH GARRETT, Of Ouachita. R. C. WiCKLIFFE, Of West Feliclana. FIRS T CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, ANTHONY SAMBOLA. SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTiICT, Mi. B. BRADY. THIRD CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, . ANDREW S. HERRON. FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT A. DE BLANC. FIFTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, N. D. COLEMAN. FRESH TURNIP SEED. LANDRETWPS NEW CROP, FoR SALE BY H. ST. JOHN Aug.12, 1868-tf.' NOTICE. T HIERE will be a meeting of the RAPIDES DEMOCRATIC CLUB EVERY SATURDAY at 7 P. M. All are invited to attend. STEPHEN WHITE, President. SPECIAL, EDITOR LA. DEMOCRAT-Please let Stli Interpal Revenue tax-payers of Bapided Pearish know that I asp here and ready rq.receive their annual and special taxes. ' M. WAL$H. Deputy Collector. Ems Warmoth, who writes himself Governor of Louisiana, has already showed himself in his real char...

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