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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 16 September 1868

"Let Us Have Peace." [From the Ncew York Express.1 These are noble words, but in whose in terest are they uttered? By an interest which endoJrsed John Brown's raid into the State of Virginia, and canonized him in song and story after destroying the lives and property of those who had never done him or his any injury. By a party which has taken the Ballot from a quarter of a million of white men and given it to three quarters of a million of negroes. By a party which to day is asking that Congress be reconvened in order to put arms into the hands of the negroes oftheSouth. By h party which certainly eight out of every ten Southern white men despises-incl. ding the great majqiority of those who were Union men when the war broke out. By a party which, fergetting the admonition of Mr. Lincoln, is for deeping up malace, hatred, and all unchbaritableness, three years and a third after the war has closed. By a party which declared, when the war coin menced, and all through the war; that it...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 16 September 1868

ESTJA JGED. BY M1. JOSrPIIIkE WILLIAMS. "'ow; RIachel, men ani, do tell me, Just part of this story, my dlear, And I vow I will never disclose it, Or. whisper a word I may hear.y And the merry blue eye looked eager Into those of her wise rc a tte. "Well iiston,-npw Nellirhile I tell yod This-storyofbrigiht Coralie. "You know he is fair as the fai st, So beauteous and pure to the ".ye, But, mind me; now Nelli rling, They say that her lie. "That the good and tl : pure are but seem ing, That her heart, it is blacker than night; 'That the moon, in her high mridnight trailinig, Has witnessed-- oh, many a sight. "And, Nellie, you can but remember Ross Elmore, ofeity-tenown, Who came in the autumn-September, To live in our dull, quiet town.. "Dear heart! Ross Elmoro wasbandsonio I was toniempted to love him myself; Put,Canr dawned brightly upon him, As fair as some houri or elf; "And awakened his wors~hip, poor fellow!E Entangled him quitoin her wiles, And won him to sin and dishonor, With...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 23 September 1868

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 23 September 1868

ALEXA2NDRA, LA. WED1YESDAY....... SEBPT. 23 1868. FOR PRESIDENT, HORATIO SEYMOUR OF NEW YORK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, FRANK P. BLAIR, OF MISSOVRL FOR E LEI G TO1B.C STATE AT LARGE. ISAIAH GARRETT, Of Omaeaifa. R. o. WICKLIFFE, Of West FeUlifana. FIRST CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, ANTHONY SAMBOLA. 8ECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, M. B. BRADY. THIED CONGREBBIONAL DISTRICT, ANDREW 8. HERRON. FOU2RTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRIC, A. DE BLANO. FIFTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, N. D. COLEMAN. St. James's Ohurch. The members and friends of e James's Episeopal Church, both ladit and gentlemen, are requested to me in the Parlor of the Iee House Hotel : Tuesday, the 29th Inst., at 11 o'clod A. M. A large attendance is earnests requested, the object of the meetir being to consult as to the best meal of rebuilding the Church at as early day as practicable. GRAND SEYMOUR & BLAIR JUDILEt Barbecue. and Terch.Light Pri cesslea eoonD AKnG-GOOD cOBEN AND Haarr WnLCOME TO TH E WORLD AND IHDe WI. Come to the Old Gum...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 23 September 1868

TO-. "Like an Oasis in the desert, enjoyec awhile, and then forgotten." Forgotten! ah, no ! tihe traveler may, When amisons, weary plodding on, Awhile forget the desert isle, That once had seemed a heavenly bourne The trackless dreary waste tiat lies Before his feet, may fill his heart, With sorrow, agoniting dread, in which Past joys can have no part. But ever and anon will rise Before his spirit's eager gape, That blessed, green and san-lit isle, Those joys of other da s. Thus in the heart oppressed tith dar6, Will rise the thought of happier days- The one Oasis of our lives Lit by love's golden rays, A.TLL THEJ I'TE'WS. ATLANrT, Sept. 12.-The. Senate to-day diclared Campbell and Wallace, neamr Senators, ineligible by a vote of 24 to 11, Campbell concluded a speech in his own defence, aid he knew his doom was certain but he claimed the right to enter a respect, fnle protest at the proper time. The protest of Campbell and Wallace was received by the Senate and entered on the journ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 23 September 1868

FOR SEYMO UR AND FOR BLAIR. ýY SAMIUEL R. SPINNEY. I. The deaF "Old Flag" regenerate, As 'tnas in days of yore; Replace the stars of every State, Their nilla.ncy restore; Then ro nd this Union Flag we'll range, With patriot hearts we'll swear That rnun's wasting rule we'll change Fer Symour and for Blair. Ir. O'er all bur broad and varied land They oin the glorious cause, To mak the country, "heart and hand,',' The " nion" as it was. They li g the glittering banner out, And 1 t it float in air; And s 1 the patriotic shout For " eymour and for Blair." urI. Let lirec es lift the banner high, And * ith its colors sport; Wjatp mrues thereon do we espy I And b hat is their import ? It mean we need a statesman in The idential chair, And'wil a glorious victory win With Beymour and with Blair. It mean to bury "ocean deep" The tions' jealous hate; The Cor titution sacred keep,. The U ion reinstate; ' It mean that North and South agree To' th t each other fair "To live in love and unity," Wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 30 September 1868

.-. . _., -i,:, R,!ynr xa:"" ...'- :D''. _. -z.. '·a.n. B. II. 'IOSSAT - TIIE WO1BLI n IS /GO EdsT D TC . O "UI'I . .[Z T A1Ill nI VOLUME 24.1 ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMB E1 I. 1 N68 IIIIl-I14. ...~~~~~~~~~~~~~· . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . .,. . . . . . .. 'THE DbMOCRAT'; is publishedWeek ly, at TIVE DOLLARS per annum, THREE for six months, payable in advance. No Bnbeeriptiou taken for a less period than Six Months. ADVERRTTISBMEMNTS inserted at the rate of $1 50 raP SQUAnR for the first insertion and 75 cxTer for each subse gqtent one. Eight lines or lees, consti tuto a square. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: One Column..................... $300 00 Half Column................... 175 00 Third of Column................... 130 00 Fourth of Column............... 100 00 Cords,. (occupying space of eight lines, or less,).................. 20 00 Obituary Notices, Marrtiage, Public Meetings, Cards of Thanks,. etc., to be paid for as advertisements....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 30 September 1868

FOR SEYMOBUR AND FOR BLAIR. BY SAMUEL R. SPINNEY. I. The dear "Old Flag" regenerate, As 'twas in days of yore; Replace the stars of every State, Their blillaincy restore; Then round this Union Flag we'll range, With patriot hearts we'll swear That ruin's wasting rule we'll change For Seymour and for Blair. II. O'er all our broad and varied land They join the glorious cause, To make the country, "heart and hand," The "Union" as it was. They fling the glittering banner out, And let it float in air; And swell the patriotic shabout For "Seymour and for Blair." Im. Let breezes lift the banner high, And with its colors sport; What names thereon do we espy ? And what is their import? It means we need a statesman in The Presidential chair, And will a glorious victory win With Seymour and with Blair. IV. It means to bury "ocean deep" The sections' jealous hate; The Constitution sacred keep, The Union reinstate ' It means that North and: South agree To'treat each other fair "To live in love a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 30 September 1868

.. ..... .. .. ..... ýj R- BIOSSATJ TTET WO~LfD IS GOTO . . .. [i D O P VOLUME 24.1 ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBE 83 8. 14. - - ''  . .. " . . . " -   . : " "  ' :  : : ' . . . . . . .. . , . .. . , , . . . - -  - -  , - .  : , . :   ' - . , " - - . , - ' " _-  , : . . . . . . . 3 . :  i ! .3 T E"3JR, M: S : STE DIEMOCRAT" is published Week ly, at FIVE DOLLARS per annum, THREE for six months, payable in advance. No nSbscription taken for a lees period than Six Months, AIDVERTISEMB1NT inserted at the rate of $1 50 PEaR SQUAR for the first insertion and 75 cNTrs for each subse qulent one. Eight lines or leess, consti tuto 4 square. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: 'One Column..................... $300 00 'Half Column.................... 175 00 Third of Colhmn................ 130 00 Fourth of Column .............. 100 00 Cards, (occupying space of eight ines, or less,) .................. 0 00 Obituary Notices, "bLartages Public )eetings, Ca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 30 September 1868

she gt istanu oenaszt. S ALEXANDRIA, LA.: W~mDN~SDAY. ...... EPT. 30, 1868. FOR PRESIDENT, HiORATIO SEYMOUR, OF NEWIYORK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, FRANK P. BLAIR, OF MISSOURI. BFOR. E iL JD O TOcS STATE AT LARGE. ISIAIAH GARRETT, Of Ouackita. R. C. WICIKLIFFE, Of West 'eliciana. FIBS T CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, ANTHONY SAMBOLA. BECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, M. B. BRADY. THIRD CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, " ANDREW S. HERBON. FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DIST!RICT A. DE BLANC. FFFTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, N. D. COLEMAN. W Liberal: CASH advances made on COTTON by the undersigned. E. B. BIOSSAT. September 30, 1868. .mUmMOU---'n eAu- Juettr GRAND SEYMOUR & BLAIR JUBILEE! Barbqcae and Torch-Light Pro cession I OOOD 8EArING---OOOD .CHEER AND A HEARTY WELCOME TO THE WORBLD... AND HIS WIFE.. Come to the-0ld Gum Tree! The Democracy of Rapides, the sup porter' of SeyphSur and Blair, th friends and upholders ofithe Constitn tibn,_he Union, the entorcethent'of the laws; and the true advocates of a lat ing pea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 30 September 1868

Ap3T aTT=. T'E-WTS irILLs, Sept. 16.-Brownlow's roc lamatlop, Which wai scattered bma cat' through the city to-day, created considera ble accitement and elicited very unfavora ble comments, coning right pn the heels of the President's tender of suflicient' Federal trope to keep the peace. The.Governor's actioin hais been sequently censured' by the prominent RadicaiS of rhecity, they con idering the proclamation an excellent Dempcratic campaign document. O(bthe other side the Deminoeratharply assail tie Oovcrnbr, ome,. ex.ctedly de claring that he is bent on riot and blood shed a all hazards, and that to have per petual conflict between opposing. partied it necessary to his peace of mind. A large number-of ,neiroes io this city, who have been snxioue . waiting for ,the prpcilation, will at once Join ~he militia, _it is feared their arming and Grilling apparent intimidatldo 'toward "the w iles, even if not called -into- active ser vice; will engender:bitter:strifeand at last provoke ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 30 September 1868

THE dARCH OF THE ' WHITE BEIGADE. BY A.. E. QUIEB. Their weapons laid in festal shade, They gather fast and far, The men whose ringing charges made The mountains reel with war; For Seymour shout the swift array, And Blair, the bold and true, As, side by side, the boys in grey r Step with the boys in blue. A fearless band, they take their stand On river, lake and plain, To clasp around their native land A reunited ehain; "For home and wife and'llfe," they say, "We'll lock our shields anew " As, side by side, the boys in grey Step with the boys in blue. The saints who can't, with eyes aslant, That wemay blinded be; The sordid demagogues who rant That we must bend the knee, Have had their dungeons and their day, And shall the ruin rue, As, side by side, the boys in grey Step with the boys in blue. No martial horde, with drum and word, Shall quarter on the free; Down with the 8tamp Aet I-overboard The rory's tax on tea! Old George the Third's exploded play Cannot be played anew, As, sid...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 7 October 1868

,, , , . . . . "  - i : - - -7, . . .. . , . t, . - .5 « .: - .. , - . :. . . ,: ,+ L - " , i ý " . : . - ; i  - t =te t ý t .ý . . ý ,t I. Ii*. I fjf l'' ·l .tii 1 - I~ ~ - :.. i "t. < -- r s o , - -fr VOLUME 24 } AR . r: , W:4. 1 O O !81 I~ A ·r· T[O2r ,. WO ?1f1 1S O" "4 ' .. " ALEXANDRIA," "J -..I I" ;;1; ,tb$t. A ,;) 7..... ....CT* 3". 7 ; .,ý , : l ,... f<.: 7')- 1 < I ,:'k :.;.l'·i.*t' z  [ý · ra Fajý BI SSr ··r ;: "'..;rii·I '.ý ii ý.I:ýf.ý.i ý :r it i;ý,. r iii I.ý. ; VOL;UME 24. L IF N RI OU I ' ··'··ri ..,.., TER 1L .S: 'THE DEMOCRAT" ispublishedWeek ly, at FIVE DOLLARS per annum, ThnB E for six'monthe, payable in advance. No Subscrlption taken for a less period than Six Months. ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate of $1 50 PER SQUABE for the first insertion andl 75 C Trs for each subse quent ne. Eight lines or less, consti tute a nqare. The following are our rates t4 yearly Advertisers: One Colunn...... _........... $300 00 Half Col mn,................... ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 7 October 1868

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: WlEDNESDAY ....d...O. 7, 1868. FOR PRESIDENT, HORATIO SEYMOUR, OF NEW YORK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, FRANK P. BLAIR, OF MISSOURI. FOIR ELE O TOIRS STATE AT LARGE. GEORGE W. RACE. Of Orleans. W. F. BLACKMAN, Of Claiborne. FIRST CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, ANTHONY SAMBOLA. BECOCD CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, M. B. BRADY. THIRD CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, 0. WARD. FOURCTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT SAM'L. J. POWELL. FIFTH CONG RESSIONAL DISTRICT, F. M. GOODRICH. FOR CONGRESS Hon. M. RYAN, OF RAPIDES. CP' Liberal CASH advances made on 0 COTTON lby the undersigned. d E. R. BIOSSAT. I September 30, 1868. i1 t] GRAND SEYMOUR & BLAIR JUBILEEl q ti Barbeoue and Torch-Light Pro- r cession! ti GOOD SPEAJING-400D CHEER AND A n HEARTY WELCOME TO THE WORLD R AND HIS WIFE. Come to the Old Gum Tree! The Democracy of Rapides, the sup- c porters of Seymour and ;Blair, the 0 friends and upholders of the Constitu- tl tion, the Union, the enforcement of the A Iaws';_ and the true advocates of a last- C ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 7 October 1868

THE WINTRY APPROACH. Farewell fi fragraznt violet-scenited shade, The priinrosed-iill nud -daisy-mantled ye wey; 1.: ,:vns 'with ver'.ut birth ar rayed, Adieu, till Spring again her beauties sipread. Farewell bowers with bhlebing roses gay, Farewell shady woodland and purple field, Farewell rambles o'er fields of new mown bay, And soft breezes which softer fragrance yield. Of these no more-now round the lonely farms, Where smiling beauty stoops to take her seat, The Autumnal landscape opens all its charms, And declares Nature's annnnual work co"n' plte. The smile of moining gleams along the hills, And fruitful labor calls her sons abroad; They leave n ith cheerful look .their lowly vills, And bid their farms resign theix ripened loads. Yet what avail their labors or their cares, While villains fore" it for strangers' supply, Bright suns and'softening balmy breathed airs Ne'er enrich people ruled by frenzy. Though prolific thy fields and wild thy climes, Realms famed for fields asric...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 7 October 1868

"WEIGHED IN THE BALANOE AND FOU~D WANTING." Oh ! rally round the standard, boys, Of the gallant, brave and true The noble zeal of Seventy-six Within your breasts renew ; And give your vote to Seymour, The "generous, tried and true." Oh! weigh them in the balance, boys The parties do present A soldier or a statesman, To rule as President; To bind the hearts now bleeding By civil war thus rent. Let's see what General Grant has done To earn his laureled wreath; From Illinois by chance he came, Rude cabin logs beneath; And drove six hundred thousand men Into the jaws of death. And now these transient "radicals," Have placed him at their head, Because, forsooth, so free he used His buckshot, lives and lead; And now as their last policy, They use these martyred dead. In statesmanship and loyal deeds He shines a lesser light, But drinking gn and toddy punch He is in fact "all right," And give him men and money, Can drive them on to fight. But in the cycle of events, . Where is our Seymour ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 14 October 1868

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 14 October 1868

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: WEDNESDAY ........OCT.14 E6'. FOR PRESIDENT, HORATIO SEYMOUR, OF NEW YORaK. FOR VIOE-PRESIDTNT, FRANK P. BLAIR, OF MISSOURI. FOl R L ·7 O TOPS STATE AT LARGE. GEORGE W. RACE. Of Orleaas. W. F. BLACKMAN, Of Olaiborne. FIBST COYNGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, ANTHONY SAMBOLA. SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, M. B. BRADY, THIRD CONGRE88IONAL DISTRICT, O. WARD. FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT SAM'L. J. POWELL. .FTH. CONGBZSSIONAL DISTRICT, F. Mr. GOODRICH. FOR CO OGRESS, OP RAPIDES.. i ' Liberal CASH advaneesmade on COTTON by the undersigned. E. R. BIOSSAT. September 30, 1808. Honi M. Ryan. We hear from all quarters that our -C'ongresslonal nomination ;IhsAaken like wildfire, and. reliable information leaves no room for. doubt: that ,Judge. SRyan will be eledted'biy a large major - - .Jty. We hope lhe will. follow. up his happy commencement of the canvass, by a vigorous and effective campaign. The Ricals give him a wide berth as4 hegoes. along. t' We'call prticutlhr attention, of par...

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