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

The Famous Printing Bill, The passage of this bill by the Legisla ture has cieated so much comment in the city, and elicited such universal condem nation, that we are led to publish in full the speech of the Hon. E. L. Jewell, in op position to its adoption by the Senate: Mr. President, I recollect in my classical readings to have observed that in the days of the decline of the Roman Empire her legislators, seemingly conscious of the im pending doom of the country, devoted themselves to a species ofpartisan and spc cial legislation, that was not only repre hensible but, in fact, precipitated the frli They seemed to have ignored the general interests of the country entirely, in their headlong course and reckless strife for ain. I am sorry to say it, but a species of legislation has been inaugurated by this Legislature so far which corresponds to that which I have referred to. It seems to be the object of the dominant party to ob tain all the power-supreme control-not only that which ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 12 August 1868

THE FOOTPATH. BY JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL. It mounts athwart the windy hill, Through sallow slopes of upland bare, And Fancy climbs with footfall still Its narrowing curves that end in air. By day, a warmer-hearted blue Stoops softly to that topmost swell Whence the mind drinks imagined vidw Of gracious climes where all is well. By night, far yonder, I surmise An ampler world than clips my ken, Where the great stars of happier skies Commingle nobler fates of men. I look and long, then haste me home, I Still master of my secret rare; Once tried, the path would end in Rome; But now it leads me everywhere. Forever to the new it guides, From former good old, overmuch; What nature for her poets hides. T"is wiser to divine than clutch. The bird I list hath never come Within the scope of mortal ear; My prying step would make him dumb, And the fair tree, his shelter, sere. Behind the hill, behind the sky, Behind my inmost thought, he sings; No feet avail; to hear it nigh The song itself must le...

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

h e -er BIOSSrt ________ THE WORLD IS C O3VA N 7D TOO ; tuoa tEDITOR, .3AND O A 6 DIT8. N M . VOLUME 24. ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9,1868 BR 8 'JnL-. . .... . .. . . . .. n n ----.a . . .n m, mmlm mn n, . -* ',. ... - . -.. : . "*THE DEMOCRAT" ispubnlished Week ly, at FIVE DOLLARS per annum, TIIREE fir six months, payable in advance. No Subscription taken for a less period than Six Months. ADVERTIEMENTA inseftdl dt the rate of $1 50 PEr SQUARE for thle first insertion and 75 CENTS for each subse quent one. Eight lines or less, consti tnte a Aqunfe. The following are our ratesi to yearly Advertisers: . One Column ........... ....... $300 00 Half Column................... 175 00 Third of Cilnmn................. 10 00 Fourth of Column................ 100 00 Cards, (occupying space of eight lines, or less,).................. ---------- 00 Obituary Notices, Manrringes( Public Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etC., to be paid for as advertisements. V' Personal cards, when ldmissi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 19 August 1868

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: WEDNESDAY.... AUGUST 19, 1868. 'FOR PRESIDENT, HIORATI.O SEYMOUR, OF NEW YORK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, FRANK P. BLAIR, OF MISSOURI. FORI E L E C TORS STATE AT LARGE. ISAIAH GARRETT, Of Ouachita. R. C. WICKLIFFE, Of West Feliciana. FIR ST CO-NGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, ANTHONY SAMBOLA. SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, M. B. BRADY. THIBD CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, ANDREW S. HERRON. fFO URTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT A. DE BLANC. FIFTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, N. P..COLEMAN. The remlba of Mrs. Mary I. Drown, who died int" Shteveport on the 24th of May 1865, were brought to Alexandria for final interment. The funeral obsequies were performed at the Catholic Church, on yes terday, and her remains were interred in the Family bnrrinne ronnd in Pineville. Naew Pdriodioals. We are indebted to the Leonard Scott Publishing company, Now York, for the July number of Blackwood's Mlagazine. The following is its table of contente: 1. Lady Mary Wartley Montagn; 2. The Odes of Horace; 3. Grace Owen's ...

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

Reply to " The Boys In Blue are Coming." BY E. T. They're coming, General, coming, Our boys who wore the grey, 'yUnited hands and steadfast hearts, They stand in bright array; From the dear, proud Old Dominion, :From Maryland's fair shore, Thoy're coming, General, coming, To seek-their rights once more. They are coming, General, coming, Those boys who wore the grey, And with God and right to guide them, *They'll surely win the day. The true sons of Kentucky With Georgia shall clasp hand, While Alabama, Tennessee, Shall haste to join the van. They're coming, General, coming, Our glorious sons in grey .. From Louisiana's sacred soil And blood-stained Florida. " " From Carolina sounds the cry. . T'o far Missouri's shore, {Dur boys in grey are coming, To seek their rights'once mole. . ALD T11-E NTsrWS. t ATLANTA, AUgust 10.--The Senate re- I ceived a messd;e from the Governor, ac- I knowledging the ieeipt and acceptance of the resignation of A. Alpeorid Bradley, the negro Senator fron ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 19 August 1868

DR.ESSING FOR CHUiRCIH. Has anybody heard the ,ell I You have i-dear me I know full well I. I'll never dress in time For mercy's sake come help me, Lucy, I'll make by toilet very spruce This silk is quite sublime! Here lace this gaiter for me-do: "A liol !" you say; plague take the shoo! Pleise, Lney, try and hide it Just think, it's Sunday, and my soul, I cannot wear it with a hole ! The men will surely spy it. They're always peeping ator  .t, (Tho', to be sure they The way we hold o I'll disappoint them,. "And cross myself," pray dilyou say? Don't laugh at my dresses! rnow, Lucy, pray feel my waterfall, Do you think it large t ain't it too small? What bother these things give. My Rats and Mice, do they set straight ? Please hurry, Lucy, I know I'm late There's "Willie," as I live. How splendidly the silk will rustle! (Please hanid my "self-adjusling bustle," My corset and my hoop,). There now, I'll take five skirte, or six Do hurry, Lucy, and help me fix, You know I ounnot stoop....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 26 August 1868

I./ I L: ."',t i : ', r-t i' " b~i: :-. ·.r: · :Uri:i Ei DA. A U :, 6, '48 1 -· i : r~l:;·' ::1 ' : I t!.r 3:t) ·j. i 1$ A ITIIW It L - E2ft Q U~ EDT R VOLUME,· 24.1~ ALXADlJA LOUSINA WENSDY AITUT2, 8S T Ei Z d~r *TEtli DEMOCRAT' ispublilshedWeek ly, at FIve DOLLAnS per annum, TBEE for miz onths, payable in adtanoce. -No SSuinerjltton taken aorta lee period than .ADVERTXSEMm1G' inserted at thei rate of $1 50 ER st SiARE for the first insertion and' o e subse quent' one. Eighitll ý or les, consti tute a square. The following are our 'rated td yearly Advertisers: i thoIf C olumn.... . ...... 1.b : Cias; (oe upying adb·of eight - IBneestor lea%)..iluril.-...i . Obituary' 'oties, Marriages, Public destiags,. Cards. of .Thanks, ietc. to be paid fbrs as dvertiasmett .: *prsonal cards, w: , Imniasibie, o'h ýgnbee the gsndY add tise eutR OFP AT I.,;: -:( it:· I r2.,,.868 Sa didlegatek tot the. recent, Free siden- I lgQodAventioai I repori tq.you, my-Dem abratio frieddrs, offitially, tonight...

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

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: WEDNESDAY.... AUGUST 26, 1868. FOR PRESIDENT, HORATIO SEYMOUR, OF NEW YORK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, FRANK P. BLAIR, OF MISSOURI. rFO, m L EJ C TOIS STATE AT LARGE. ISBAIAH GA BRETT, Of Ouachita. B. C. WICKLIFFE, Of West Felioiana. FIR 8 T CONGRE8SIONAL DISTRICT, AlD 'HONY BAMBOLA. s'COND CONBGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, M. B. BRADY. 2fIRDD COXQRRSSIONAL DISTRBICT, ANDREW S. HEBRON. FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT A. DE BLANC. FIPFTH CONGREBSBIOYNAL DISTRICT, N. D. .COLEMAN. r Last week, up to Friday morn ing, was a showery 0oe; partiAl dam age to the cotton has been sustained in consequence. Since Friday morning the showers have ceased and we are having very cool, and quite unseason able weather. We can hear of the catapillars, on Cotile, they are doing some damage,, but have commenced webbing up. The second crop of these cotton destroyers will not be along be fore the 15th of next month, and our planters are sanguine that they~cannot do much harm. Picking is now in fall blast an...

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

-pjLL TIE) (8JWS_ iAfIEHu, N. C. Aug. 13.-The Demo cratic contetiton adjourned to-day at 2 o'cloeck. The torchlight ptrocession last night exceeded in brilliaucy anything ever seen in this city. It was supposed that three thousand persons were in the pro cession. A number of speeches were made. The number of actual delegates in attendance exceeded a thousand. It was the most grand and imposing political gathering in this State since 1840. The convention indorsed the nominees and platform of the National Demtnocratic Convention unanimously. Several strong resolutions in -reference to State officers were also adopted. J. L Jarvis, Esq., of the First District, and Maj. John Hughes, of Newbern of the second district, were nominates presiden tial electors in their respective distriots. The influence oftbe convention is regard ed by its friends as having been most hap py and extensive. I WAsumxorox, '"August 17.-Attorney General Evarta' opinion Ihas been' publish ed; it favors the Preside...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 26 August 1868

LCONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGS.J negro government and its military despot isms, of a dishonored Constitution anda broken Union which four years of war and three years of peace under its conduct and legislation, have failed to restore; and they demanded and will have a change. And unles every sign and omen by which the political Tuture maybe discerned, shall fail, so signal and disastrous will be the overthrow of this party in November, that they themselves will make haste to recog nise and hearken to the voice of the people as the ,oice of God; and as chastened children, in silence will submit to the judg ment which in mercy to themselves, as to us and to the whole country, shall drive them from the seats of poer. No,gentle men, no; there will be nd'nore civil war in the land; but the sun .at high noon, shining on the Eastern frobt of the Capitol, on the Fourth of March 1869, will look down peacefully upon HowATIo Szvxoua PazsIwEa or THE UIrnED STATEs. gastic4. CAMPAZIGN IONG. A CONTRAS...

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

p -. . r1 i f 1 m . R. -OT 07 I_ it VOLUM 24.1 ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA,, ,W,,IDNIE.SDAY;X SEPTE..MBE.R 2.. 1868,' /:,:.i.-. .. -10. l . I T BjRMS: "THE DEMOCRAT" ispublishodiWeek ly, at FIVE DOLLAS8. per annum, THIEE for six months; payable in advance. No Subscription takenafor a lcseperiod than, Six Months. ADVERTISEBrJ3M 1T insorted at the. rate of $1 50 PEr 8I iAEE for the first insertion and 75cErNTS for eaoh subse quent one. .Eight lines or less, consti tnte a squate. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers : ine Colunin................ ... $300 00 Half Column .......... ...... 175 00 Third of Column............... 1]30 00 Fourth of. Column........ ... 100 00 Cards, (occupying space of eight. lines, or less,)..............'... 20 00 Obituary Nutices, Marriages, Public Meetings, Cards of Thainks, etc., 'to be paid for as advertisements. .'.Personal cards,., when admissible, charged doubl the usual advertisements. TEXAS TONIC SYRUyP, A Vegetable Compound for the-Ra pid ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 2 September 1868

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: WEDNESDAB Y.... SEPT. 2 1868. FOR PRESIDENT, HORATIO SEYMOUR, OF IEW YORK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, FRANK P. BLAIR, OF MISSOURI. FOR E 2,El c TORS STATE AT LARGE. IS-AIAH GARRETT, Of Ouachita. R. C. WICKLIFFE, Of West Feliciana. FIRST COGORESSIOXAL DISTRICT, ANTHONY SAMBOLA. SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, M. B. BRADY. THIRD CONGRESSIOXAL DISTRICT, ANDREW S. HERRON. FO URTH OONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT A. DE BLANC. FIFTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, N. D. COLEMAN. PUSH ALONG, KEEP MOVING! ANOTHER BARBECUE !! Seymour A Blair Demonstration !! A Seymour and Blair Barbecue will be given at COCODRA BRIDGE, near COTILE, on SATURDAY, the 5th of SEPTEMBER, by the citizens of Cotile and Bayou Rapides, to which all are invited to attend. Good speakers will be in attendance and free discussion allowed. SEYMOUR AND BLAIR! DEMOORATIO BARBEOUEEI! E3IGC- FA.LLL. ! 1 The Democracy and Conservatives, supporters of Seymour and Blair, of IIINESTON, SPRING CREEK and surrounding neighborhood, will give ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 2 September 1868

(CAMPAIGN SONG. " Seymouin and Blair! To traitors' despair, On the lightning's wing all over the land Tr thousands conveyed in the chariot grand Inscribed on the arch which the nation spanned Seymour and Blair, SBroke forth on the air! They come with the power of the'poople to save They come in the strength which a nation gave, To snatch the land from corruption's grave From taxes unjust * Which pander to lust, And Seymour-and Blair are the agents to care For public redemption; and fraud to lay bare: S Seimioiir and Blair rTalismanic all over the conntry thd ntiihet, The nation from center to titele proclaims, An end to thenice iittlo whisky ring games, And Seymfour and Blair Will for them have cdfe- For those Who have wrought in the fraud ulent rings They will find the revenges that time ever And feel at the last of justice the stings- The grip of the law, Or the halter's draw, When.justice is meted, and slips from the grasp - The ill-getton wealth which corruptionists clasp. Seym...

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

"THE RIGHT TO YOTE.'"-A 1NE GERO'S SOLILOQUY. It was a glorious thing, they said- This freedom, that'they4lked about This right to come 8nd . without Question, or beck, or l'instead Of slavish cringing--5aiN said. I'm sure I havmaot ftoid it so I'd rather hear my m astr say--. "We cannot spa ,yo,p;' .rn, to-day; Your work onbt know," Ah, well-r C e-I like 1tta1. Yes, I am free tRo , itt., Or idle Northwtd, If I choose; Who marks how many days I lose I Who praises when I do my best! Who cares to chide, aye--East o West $ Yon talk of "sauffage"-did the vote I cast on Monday at the polls, Like any white man-mend the holes Worn in my old plantation coat I I've got the snfferip, and the vote. My wife keeps crooning in ay ear; My ragged wild ones at-my heels, Rave of the merry cotton fields, And of the happy husking's cheer And moan and mnrmnringAll my ear. O, for one hour of-the old days ! When all the "quarters," came at night, To gossip in our cabin bright, And dance around the pine-k...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 9 September 1868

U_ . ·ý..·. :. 1 w. ..S n.. .; c--.nc, --rý ... .... -Uc ~ ~TT--~rcn ~-,,--~-~ fV-S ~% 3 i '.ýi:1t·Y'°.~:~: t' ? I: t t1,' - '!.,ý ..', ,4 i i". i ' .. ;It t 'Yt , ' i _I i } f ·h .I I R . 10 7S &,j - ý 'ý> , t,7 f'v ý . I 1 ..L ý. .ý:ý _ . .ý Ii tj I · i ;) j VOLUME 24.1 ALEXA L A r j a 'k r r 5 1 :Ii, · ·' , I ,it s I f.. .. IW ýA 1.lJ. i ý... .I ....A 1,11 T' "ED :IV£ : EiTE C DEMOCRAT! ispublishedWeek IS, at FIVE 'DOILrARS per annmin, TIRF" for six months, payable in advance. Nc Subscription taken for a less period than Six Months . ADVEt 8XEME~N inserted at the rate of 1,40 B 'icSQU sq Rr, for the first insertion and 75 cEIms for each hsube ilnent one. Eight lines or, less, cobst tuto a aqnare. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers : One Column.... .... .. .. $100 0( Half Column.a..... P.' .._ ... 75 00 Thirdof Colmi .... . ..... 30 do pFnrth of Colnm .......... 1000 Cards, (occupying slace'of eight lines, or lcss,).... ...... ...... 20 00 Obituary Notices...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 9 September 1868

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: WED DAY.. SEPT. 9, 1861. FOR PRESIDENT, HORATIO SEYMOUR, OF NEW YORK. TOR VICE-PRESIDENT, FR NK P. BLAIR, OF MISSOtRI. : V O 1 3E : 3EO 'TOPEL STATE AT LARGE. I AIAH GABRETT, Of oachita. . C. WICKLIFFE, Of West Feliciasa. FIBR T CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, ANTHONY SAMBOLA. BSECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, M. B. BRADY. THIRD CONG BESSIONAL DISTRBICT, ANDREW S. HERRON. FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT A. DE BLANC. FIFTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, N. D. COLEMAN. Demooratic Convention. The Democrats and supporters of Blair and Seymour are invited to meet, in General Convention, in the Town of Alexandria, on SATURDAY,-4he 19th of SEPTEMBER, 1868. A general and full attendance, of the party is expected and solicited. Dele gates will be selected to represent Ba pides in the State Convention in New Orleanelto ll vacancies in the electo ral ticket, nominate candidates for Congres, and to consult together for the good of the party in the, present campaign. E. R. BIOSSAT, J. C. WISE, Exe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 9 September 1868

..l-Joe Bowers Jr., of the New Or leans Times, sends that Journal the follow ing: I am a carpet-bagger, I've a brother scallawag, Come South to boast and swagger . With an empty carpet-bag, T'o rob tl;h whites of greenbacks, And with the blacks to bunk, And Change my empty satchel For a full sole leather trunk. rm some on constitution For a late rebellion State: And I'm some on persecution Of disloyal men, I hate. I'm some at migger's meetings, When white folks aint about, And I'm some among the nigger girls, When their ma'edon't know they're out. I'm some on a convention When I draw an X per day, And opposed to al adjournments If I only draw my pay. I drew it down at Jackson. Where for months I kept my seat, And laid a heavy tax on And you wear, and drink and eat. But now my day iýpver, The constitution killed Again I am a rover And my pockets are not filled. All my money has been spent on An electioneering bum, Farewell to Mississippi I wish I was to hum. Facts for the People. Tak...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 9 September 1868

THE LONG TO-MORROW. Old age, that strains the web of life, And checks that shuttle's eager paces, Brings rest from all the world's vain strife, And leaves an old man to old faces; And still my heart beats warmly yet, Although grandchildren play before me, And I can easily forget That eighty summershavepass'd o'erme. Sweet maiden with the downcast eyes, To whom my grandson gaily chatters, And treasures up the low replies You make on many foolish matters; I wonder, when a dearer name lie whispers thro' those shining tresses, If you'll believe I've done the same. And thrilled a heart with my caresses! And when my youngest joined his ship, So tearful at the sad home faces, Shrunk at his mother's quivering lip, The while he sighed for far-off places; I wonder if he ever thought I had my dreams of earth and glory; - But silvered hairs have sternly taught The worth of that heroic story. And often in the mazy throng, When little feet are lightly dancing, And as each maiden whirls along, The...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 16 September 1868

--1 i4 r - -i - a IrJA~r14~~ 1? >;I'Dt*k1I J*lf m ild 3 _t1 ý ý .. .... ., ''ii "t "!7 9$ , v" -F r'C I·,·: G-OV.f lC EJl VOLUME. '' ý' t 24. lti -t!XN~RA LýtSIN2 W ij dJir12 - "_r 4 .i 'Y ' f''1 .l ' M'· I 3cj 00 1 -'111E~i~: p~j~ i'º i i ý ;.";(ý ..i,>. 71 .4Y t ' ) , s' -u ý71rfiQ V ) "tl ' r ..> Oý l m l i :; f B ~v 91 % - .I Ol - t JM 'rý ;;. Villcu7t y ~ l ; ý.!t s4. 4 'ýt'!ý It .' 1 It tt St (ý1 ý F9 l flJ , Y : ?p '-THE DIMOCRA2T" ispubslisohdW el ly, at FlyV DotaLis per.atinunni, T1nilIE for sizliWnthii,.payablein ;advannce. rNo Subsieiptioh takeilfor 6 less period tlui : Six Months. ADVflRTSEMENT#3 Inserted- at the rito of-l01 5W'o*ff e5 Q7Afl for te irst insertion tiAed d73rt4s'1 foi each snbpe auent one. Eight lines or less, con;tA trite square. The following uro atlr raintes to yearly Advertisers -; . ne Colismn.. . `' .1 ... 1 _ $300. 00 * Half Colnmnm :. ...u:..... :.. 7. 0 ] i Third of Columa.....---.-,-.._ 130 0 Fourth of Columnit1............. 100 00 Cards...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 16 September 1868

ALEXANDBIA, LA.: WEDNESDAY .... SEPT. 16 16 . FOR PRESIDENT, HORATIO SEYMOUR, OF NEW YORK. FOR TECE-PRE1SDENT', FRANK P. BLAIR,! OF MI8SOURI. FOR1 E I, EE CC TORlS STATE AT LARGE. ISAIAH GARRETT, Of Ouachita. B. C. WICKLIFFE, Of Wtest Feiioiana. FIRST CONGREBBSSIONAL DISTRICT, ANTHONY SAMBOLA. SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, M. B. BRADY. THIRD CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, ANDREW S. HEBRRON. FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT A. DE BLANC. FITH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, N. D. COLEMAN. DEMOCRATIC CONVEN TION 1 The Democrats and supporters of Seymour and Blair are invited tomeet, in General Convention, in the town of Alexandria, on SATURDAY, the 19th of SEPTEMBER, 1868. A general and fall attendance of the party is expected and solicited. Dele gates will be selectedi to represent Rai pides in the State Convention in New Orleans to fill vacancies in- the electo ral ticket, nominate candidates for Con- i grees, and to consult together for the good of the party in the present cant paFg. E. R. BIOSSAT, ...

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