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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 14 October 1868

THE A3rl i E RoUl ?nEEDLE. with bnsp 1 ids, : lit~ie qrqi9a,' I :,ti i6 ty the 616i -lattice, - While sunbeamns through the vine-le~ es stray'ed, ' .. .. . pf the purplishcbluq Cliphates, .: Along the aaPa -like gtuiig4owr, ,. .Tha netdle lbright nald 1mnliev As her little finger pushcti it through, With a tiny golden thizuble. . 1iQd>ohoid fairy, .;Wat she smoeee~ lg - I. 7x'robli , t whitc asl dai ity,. - AzisNiehe lhershille irpoti mhe hb,&med, I really felt quite fainty. ,{; astbod a,,hilein silenee'by,' A s she gazed ppoai ther work; X ' g s ". thbre~tbed .a loy nill gentle sigh,- . he gave thpthrea4n ajerk. ,Then:raised'her eyes and met a look, eSo lovipgand so;tende( - : . g` Iler ,trcurlbl hbau thwpapdla'qlgkl; ; Itpicccd her selnlder 4ster. The blood do' ey frot bthe,little hand ; It enigxq~ (jit, nupet me.. ':-I said the si},tt I coulil'lnt Stand, A id wonld cure'it if she'd let me. The remedy I soon.i plie4, In an edstaay of.l iss" " took the land'stle friedt' t6!...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 14 October 1868

TIFF IYORLD FOB SALFz. Tne world for sale : 'Hang out bte sig. t Call every traveler here to me'! W'ho'l buy this brave estate of mnite, And set this weary spirit free? Its going ! Yes, I mean to flihg The bauble from my soul away; I'll sell it, whatsoe'er it:bring-: The world at auction here to-day. It is a glorious sight to see But. ah, it has deceived me sore; It is not what it seems to be; For sale !-it shall be inne no more. Come, turn it o'er and view.it..ell; I wouldjnot have you purchase dear; Its going! going! Inmmst sell; Who bids?-wholl buy the spl'ndid tear? Here's wealth in glitteringheaps of gold; Who bids l-but let me tell you fair,~ A baser lot was never sold Who'll buy the heavy heaps of care I And here, spread out in brodd domain A goodly landscape all may trace Hill, cqttage, tiee'field,hjilhj nd plain . Who'll buy himself ac burialpidte7 Here's Love-the dreamy, potent spell That beauty flings around the heart; I know its power, alas, too well! .Its going-Love.and...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 21 October 1868

~~~~· ~h ·oi i t E Pr :"Iflhi)otraL% . wr . .'5 :··1 .0 on ;: I L' r 2; I : 7, 1i, I ' branr .mcsh3; a 0- u iki EJ. 14- BIOSSAT] T- 0 . W DTO 11 L 3 o· t :, F. i n ) . fS I) :, J I.' T _ ... 7 ... r, ': '"i `. ! : . 1 . ? . J n i :> ·- s r . VO ME4 f.47! (4 L VOLUME .24. } ALEXADIA, fOUS7EN4ý 0W1, . 17. :TH`T DEIMOCItAT" ispub]ishedWeek ly, at FIVE DOLLAZS per annumf TiinIEE for six months, payable in advance. No inlscription taken for a:less period than Six Months. - ADVEtRTISEMENTS inserted at the rate of ~150 PIER QUARE for the first . insertion awnd 75 cViErr for each' silbse quent one. :Eight lines or less, cbnsti tute a square. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: One Colnm-l-...--...-...h..... $300 00 Half Columnu..--,.............. ".175 00 Third of Column...... . .. 130 00 *Fourth of Column... ..... . 100 00 SCards, (oocupyiing~spae of eight lines, or esq,)......, ... . 20 00 Obituary Nqtices, Marriages;. Public AIeetings, Cards of Thanks;,. tc fo. be pai...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 21 October 1868

ALEXANDRIA, LA.s WEDNESDAY....... OCT.21, 1868. FOR PRESIDENT, HORATIO SEYMOUR, OF NEW YORK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, FRANK P. BLAIR, OF MISSOURI. lFORlF LEJ TORS STATE AT LARGE. GEORGE W. RACE. O/ Orleans. W. F. BLACKMAN, Of Claiborne. XIB S T CONGREBSSIONAL DISTRICT, ANTHONY SAMBOLA. SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DIST ICT, M. B. BRADY. TFHIRD CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, t C. WARD . .. t FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT b SA.. '. J. ,POWELL. a ...... FIFTH CO.GRESSIONAL DISTRICT, F. M.OGOODRIC. t 0 FOR CONIGRESS, a Han. M. RYAN, OF RAPIbES. is d4 '" Liberal CASH advances made- on w rCbTTON by the nudexsigned. de E. - . .BIOSS&T. September a, 1868.. -beim.iv.ante. o S---- p lc it Wiil be observed by reference to lP :anotber column 'that the ladies of St. ei Jamnes' Protestant Episeopal Church le rilt give an exhibition of Tableaux Vi- wA wants, charades, and a supper, at,. the it Icee House Iotel on Tuesday next. We a. are assured That }lbose who lIave the th mattkrin .charge .have. devoted much ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 21 October 1868

iiLL I THEE NEtTITWS MONTGOMERY, Oct. 12.-Governor,Smith has issued a proclamation for art ejection ,in this State for President o'n tlid 3d day of November. The proclamation is issued in accordArice with the election law passed by the Legislature. flnder that law there is to be no other election in this State before November, -#870. At that time Members of Congress, Governor, State officers. Legislators, etc., are to boe leted; the present incumbents to hold over until that time. Beegistration commenced this morning in this city. The negroes largely outnumber the whites. PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 12.-Business to-day was almost suspended. Each party is pa rading with bands of music, urging their friends to vote early, The Mayor, who is i Republican, has sworn in 1000 extra po licenen for to-morrow. The Sheriff who is a Democrat, lias sworn in 1000 deputies. A week ago the Sheriff ordered 1000 hick. ory clnl~ for his deputies. The house where the clubs were stored was burned last night. PHI...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 21 October 1868

WHEN THIS OLD HAT WAS NEW Before this hat was made, King George was on his throne, Our tftheis all were rebels then, And fought for Washington; The Tories cheered for Old King George The revolution thrqugb, And bragged about their loyalty, Ere this old hat was new. When this old hat was new, The sons of that base crowd, Revived the cry of "Loyalty," And bellowed it aloud! The Government our fathers made For them would never do; And they have torn its bulwarks down Sincethfs old hat was new. When this old hat was new, There was no public debt, No greenbacks took the place of gold; No millionaire had yet . His pile injSevei-t~irties spent, On which.no tax asne due; Oiut each man fairly paid his tlax, When this old hat wras new. . When this old hat wasnew, Tltland.wasein,ite prime; Misoegnatiop was untaught In all this happy clime; And white folks then were thoughlt as Good as Bambo, Cuffor Sue; J But things have sadly changed about Since this 6ld hat Was new:' E When this old hat was ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 28 October 1868

10 40 ý . : .. ý '·r6. ..-.. .. .. : ... , . ., . ~ ~ ~~~~ ~~~~, .: ; .. .. ýý . . . . . ... , .. .._" . ...., .:' o~ .' v re-. R" OS_,,I_.' THE W OR D IS GýO TEJ T':mD TOO T ,"- 2O4. VOLUME .4. . ANR L-IN , VOLUME 4. } ALEXANDRIALUSA , WENSDY OCT03E 28, 1868. 8. ,. . .. •i ·(9 .. ~ . .. :" •~~ ~~~~~~~ 'u i •" m " ' ' ] u n mn l" m  u u --_ . - . T "E 1 E4ibE S : T'aE D IEMOCRAT" ispublishedWeek ly, at FIVE DOLLARS per annum, THREE for six months, payable in advance. No Subscription taken for a less period than Six Months. ADVERTISEMENT3 inserted at the rate of $1 50 PER SQUARI., for the fires insertion and 75 coxrr fob eqph subse quent one. Eight lines or less, consti tuto a square. , The following are our rates to y *4y Advertiserse: One Column..................... $300 00 Half Column.................... 175 00 Third of Column............. 130 00 Fonrth o elunmn-..--.....-...-... 100 00 Cards, (occupying space of eight lines, or less,)................. 20 00 Obituary No...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 28 October 1868

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: WEwNEsDAY..... OCT 28,1868 FOR PRESIDENT, HORATIO SEYMOUR, OF NEW YORK. FOR VICE-P1iRESl 'T, FRANK P. BLAIR, OF MISSOURL 1FO, 8E L ED QO TOLS STATE AT LARGE. GEORGE W. RACE. Of Orleans. W. F. BLACKMAN, Of Claiborne. District Electors. FIR ST CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, ANTHONY SAMBOLA. SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, M. B. BRADY. THIRD CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, C. WARD. FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT SAM'L. J. POWELYL. FIFTHI CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, F. M. GOODRICH. For Congress, Hon. M. RYAN, OF RAPIDES. IC- Liberal CASH advances made on COTTON by the undersigned. E. R. BIOSSAT. Septeomier 30, 1868. 1 Registration closed in our Parish on laidt Siturday sini die. The sum to- t tal of the registered voters foots up 1 4367, against 4401 at the previous reg- 1 istration. We cannot get at exactly the right number of each color, but from our deductions are certain the fol lowing will not be far from the mark : Vhites .......................1655 1 Colored.............................

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 28 October 1868

FALLEN. 'r dying, they tell me, my spirit to-night To GLod and to judgment is taking its flight. Sdare not be hopeful--how can I be calm? Fallen and sinful and lost as I am. Too wretched to live, too sinful to die Oh! God in thy mercy hear my heart's wailing cry. An oatcast on earth, forsaken by all, Despair in my soul, to perdition I fall. Lost! lost! and forever! not one single gleam Of hope in my heart in thishorror tobeam. Oh ! harrowing thoughts of the far away past, What awful remorse on my spirit yoncast. Dreams of the morning of life's sunny day. Of gpy girlhood and youth so joyous and gay; Ere tempted by sin, to destruction I fell, To misery and madness too awful to tell. They madden my brain, those visions of youth, When thoughtless of guilt in my innocent truth. Life passed away in a dream of delight,' Ilappy and hopeful, joyous' and bright.' But the tempter came, and dawned on my sight In glorious beauty like an angel of light. His smile on my heart in its witchery fell,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 28 October 1868

ILL. 111E 1Y COM E A:l I ? The fervid sriln is cai ing The dlt" dtrops i hot on liiglh, F'rntm I rook and lake andl river 'IlThe vapIor seek the sky. Earthil gives them urI retplctant, And ltiint with thirst tund heait, Miourns fir her children of the, dat.Vi, iS, radit t i:uil so fleet. BInt they have not fi rgt:iten, I I iei:tre t' iriii'er las', lThe b .:unty aind the lright',-i From ,hijch they ll1ed away. T'i (oW rvenii eriit s fi iivia 'lihre sweet tic.;s of the rose, And the spirit of the ri'"nhlt Its early music kiows. And when th earth is ftinting Anl wenarv fnri ttie raii' , In sho;ver:s of lwv' :nitld ble<inig 'liheS cor: to h(u t nt;l in ! With cool, ret'r.'uii;g lingers, They bath her heated hro;Ws. And the song that ti, l hats, le;rned on high Throughi all hier being fl·,ws ! Ohl! iarl: v, " taketi t!: 1 ', :,' Of 'thodIewdriop and ih. 1 i" t DIo tlr..: sr 'ls nl hin Live hlfIt.s It",i irn to ns n_:in .t In IHa11 en(' :; e 'tl hu l >:!lln llil c, l xnev.ed l ro...

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

e o ex 3ns woman raan oe o - M IR- BIOSSAT] TTHE WONRILD IS GOVERMED TOO MUOCI-I [EDITOIt POPITOI. VOLUME 24. } ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1868. 1 NUMBER 19. T El R 1V 8 : -'1T -DEMOCRAT" is published Week ly, at FIVE DOLLARS per anunm, THRIEE for six months, payable in advance. No Subscription taken for a less period than Six Months. ADVERTISEMENT3 inserted at the rate of $1 50 PER SQUARE for the first insertion and 75 CENTS for each subse quent one. Eight lines or less, consti tnte a square. The followiflg are our rates to yearly Advertisers : One Column- -... ... -............ $300 00 - Half Coluuunl.................... 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, etci, to be paid for as advertisements. t'' Personal cards, when admissible, I charged double the usual advertisements. ( ...

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

S................ 7t07. 2, 1868 .')1 'I'M'-il IN T,I HORATIO SEYMOUR,; OF NEW\V Y()IK. FOR VICI I',PESIIENIT. FRANK P, BLAIR.I OF 1IISSC)U I. FOR ý "E L E c TOIs ;t it T'ATIE A'1' \V. it.\E:. Of O, !envs.. 'V. F. . LACKMAN.X Of Claoibornc. Districtw Electors. 11 R1S T ('Or(os.t(:,ESIOSa. L DISTRICT, ANTIION V SAMIOLA. SECONI, CONG(;ESIONAL DISTlhICT, 3IM. B.;RIA1)Y. THIRD CO:V(;IESS!O.ITJL DISTRIC'i; C. WARD. FOURITH CON(;RIESSION, fL DISTRICT SAM'L. J. P'OWELL. FIFTIH COn.GI(RES,O.1-tA1 DI'STRICT. i F. M; GOOIDRICH. ..- -----#Dc4=----- - For Congress, Hon. M. RYAN.I OF IlAPIDES. POTATOES, T I'S'l' RIEI'EIVEI) and for sale bhv Stihe ,nd.rsigned, a filne lot of IRISH POTA'iO' ES, by the lrre('l. ' E. R. BIOSSAT. Nov. ", 1848. Judge Ryan. From all parts of the I)istrict we have the mnost gratifying aeecounts ofi ihe proslpects of otir candid:ate for! Congress. Judge Ryan made a deci ded ihlpression in Natchitolhe.S by his sdeChess inll tihat parish, and it is be lieved that the larg...

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

_ Le- T3IoSsAT] m-E, wo~,r.,Is ISG-OvE- I D Woo -Mt_ -. .. .. . A •r "D VOLUME 24. } ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA, WEDNESDAY, NOYEMBER 11, 1868. - I NUMBER 20. J \a. 1 a jMMM, : rC . TE Tu IMS: 'Ti: D 13SO A" ispnbllishecl We(ellli lv, at lIVI: Ia v.Ll.:s per annI 11111I, ;flII: for aix mothsiil, j iyabtl in advanlce. 'No $ Ioscrilptio;I taken for a iens pteriod than ADVERTIS3flM"NT3 inserted at the rate of $1. 53 i-ian * .arxtu: fou the first 1ilsertion!l anid 75 TENTS fur each subts" ,ln."t on!e. Light liar. or less, ioiisli tultu a sllareL. 'lto follo-w ing are thin-1 rates to earlv A?1d-vertisers: flue (ollnrl. _ amanr (:. TaIlf (.1dauurI1n -------------- - 17:1 00 'tllirdl of (tulnrno ................ 1:n30 (i ]ijiirth of ('ulinano ............... 1(11 Cards, (uneleuping space of eight line,,, or -l - - - --. ------. °_(l 00 cOldi l~ar- not ices, Marriages. Paohie Me ti:ltg, ('Carls of Thans, etc., to bIe pgaid for as allertiseliie tII I. :_ ' P-rso nal l ardts, "hien ad .issililu, ch...

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

11bt go usimana ~tmoenat. ALEXANDRIA, LA.t WEDNESDAY .... ....OV. 11, 1868 N GT T I GS J . . The Rev. Mr. BAKEWELL of the Pro testant Episcopal Church, will hold Di vine Service at the usual place on next Sabbatb, 15th inst. Probably the Bishop may be in attend ance alto. ALEXANDRIA, November Oth, 1868. 1g` We care not to encumber our "News Column" with all the different and conflicting telegrams, in relation to the recent election. They can :;e of to possible interest to our readers. Grant is elected, and as far as can be reliably ascertained, Seymour has car ried the following States • New York. New Jersey, Delaware, California, Or egon, Georgia, North Carolina, Ala bama, Louisiana, Arkatsas, KCntucky and Maryland. Virginia,, Mississippi and Texas, certain States for him, were not allowed to vote; Missouri and l'ennesset were swindled by Radical ruling, out of more than sixty thou sand voters each, and thus we are bea ten by frauds of the most glaring and barefaced kind. The balan...

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

Whispers of Angels to the Bereav ed Parents of "Little Maggie." Weep not for me, my Mother, I'm happy now at home, Here, with my little brother, 'Midst Angels, Saints, I roam. I see my God, my Father, Whose name I learned from thee, I see my God, my Savior, Who died of love for me. Grieve not for me, my Father ! I am not dead-I roam Here in most beautions gardens, My own eternal home. Where flowers fading never, Are blooming in the Grove, Where peaceful hre, zes ever Are whispering hymns of Love. Grieve not for me, my Sister To God, for thee I pray, That he may grant thee courage To walk the Heavenly Way. Amidst the World's temptations, To guard thee ever pure, That sin with all her poison, May never thee allure. Wr.p not for us beloved, Who there on earth yet pine, We see the Blessed Virgin In heavrcly radiance shine. Oh! Mother, Father, Sister, How beautiful is she She's blehssod by all in IIeavec, And ble-sed shall ever be. A FI TEND. MIY HU l' A D)'S SECOpI) WIFE. A WO')MAN'S FE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 11 November 1868

..... DROPS. ) t::1 Liolvly witlI thy broter's h'eart, N or t ivs h im fl u ,,i h . s pain, Fir flt enol Uh 'it l trothles come Swift as the" ...ing aniu. His heart can f,.:l a . well as yonrs, Ani thongil's flit itl ro' his brain (f 'I lasur4s past, andl vj'P to com1e, Like patterlig drops of rain. Perllps. like vyou, his 1ead was howed In u 1rsl:ip It L.orv's tang. And je:o1us pIangs come thick and fast, U' nr asi.tg as t! 'c rain. Perhaipis his soul, tho' sorely pretst. Is strle:s ling. tniglbt am l a,it, 2Ag it i t tenlt: lt :i,,n' tails that conie 'hick as lc {li i::s r::it.l Perhapi hisi s,,l hi:s .east d to fight, And ul irtte'll lithe wono. And siiful 1fr1:s .comttl I 'i,,k'niog tup, Like :la: tiag drops of rain. Pel'sllss his i :mvot :1-lart is h,wid, And tl(c1 t d hyl s4 i' i l," : l ti: , : l. ]leniilorseftl :lnms terhal' lie feels, Sharp ,.s the vle'ting l;i!n. 11is I''art. perhaps, is clothed in gritef, Sad et' lttoril, i '5 (4ill"e4. again. Aili tlhlet alone, the t...

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

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

gutz~ goIt mo ca4. ALEXANDRIA, LA.; WBDN BSD4Y.. . NOV. IA 18 1.68 NY \ --- PYIBLIO MEETING. We are authorlsed to make public, that a meeting of the Planters and land holders of the Parish of Rapides, will take place in Alexandria, on SATURDAY, the 5th day of DECEM BER, 1868. A full meeting is desired and expect ed, as matters of great and vital im portance to them and their immediate interests, will be considered and dis cussed. FOR SALE CHEAP. J UST RECEIVED, AND FOR SALE cheap, very cheap, 25 bbls. BEST CLIFF LIME, best standard brand, and for sugar making purposes. 20 bbls. BEST IRISH POTATOES. SU GAR IN IIOGSIIEADS AND BAR RELS. MOLASSES IN BARRELS AND HALF BARRELS. -Also CHIIOICE FAMILY FLOUR, BAGG ING, TIES, NAILS AND CEMENT. ALL CHEAP FOR CASH !!! Nov. 18th, 1868. E. R. BIOSSAT. The State Oonvention. By a resolution of the late Demo ,cratic Convention another session was to be held in New Orleans on Monday last. We hope the delegates have not forgotten the fact, and that we ...

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