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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 12 May 1869

MEMORIAL TO THE DEAD. hu atri yesterday was the occasion of the annu- liv al floral tribhtte to the Confederate heroes citJ who lie beneath the sod of our beautiful the Cemetery. Early id the morning and up not to 5 oclock in the afternoon scores of la- eit dies were wending their way to the place cal of sepulchre of d remniant of the martyrs of .'1'b a lost cause. The graves were beatitifdlly and handsomely dreseed, some bearing the A white cross, while otherb were dressed in wreaths and garlands of beauiifil design sad the most exquisite taste. While all looked beautiful to the eye we cannot re train from noticing a beautiful cenotaph erected amidst the graves on the right of the avenue: This consisted of a stem o aboit rdiufl et high woven around with you wreaths bof flowers and evergreeri, bearing to t on its top a crescent. On this crescent lik were cut in green foliage the words, "Our hen Own Dead." In the centre was painted owl Sthe rising sun, the space right and left tite ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 12 May 1869

SHADOWS. When the children are hushed in the nursery, And the swallow sleeps in the eaves, And the night wind is murmuring secrets, Apart to the listening leaves; Then I open the inner chamber That was closed from the dust of day, And gently undr.tw the curtain Where my holiest trcasurcs lay. Sweet spirits that may not slumber i Cool shadows from lights now gone; And the echoes of voices sounding All sonnming for me alone. And blending among the others, One echo is softer yet I One shadow is cooler, deeper ;: And my dipping eyes grow wet. For the imtrge I gaze on longest Is the ininge that blessed my youth; The angel that lit my joutney With her lamp of love and truth. We trav.el'd life's way together A little while side by side; And when I grew faint or weary, That light was my strength and guide. And dearer it grew-how dearer! Till I watched it wane and fade: And my angel said as we parted, Be patient, be not aliaid. And whent I'm sick and weary With the heat and dust of the day, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 19 May 1869

V1,. iR-BIOSSAT THEn WIARLD ISINOVRAEEM Too MUH" c:iI3 , .ITOI VOLUME 24. ALEXANDRIA, .LOUISIANA, WEDNESDAYMAY 19,469 THE DEMOCRAT" ispablishedWeek ly, at FIVJE DOLLARS per annum, 1IIR for six months, payable in advance No Subscription taken for a less period than Six Mouths. ADVERTISEMENT3 inserted at the rate of $1 50 PER SQUAE for the first .insertion and 75 cn'rs for each subse quent one. Eight lines or less, consti tuto a square. The following are our rates) to yearly Advertisers: One Column..................... $300 00 Half Column.................... 1756 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. t* Personal cards, when admissible, charged double the usual advertisements. MOiELqLANEOUS. BRITISH PERIODICALS. The London Quarterly .Review, The Edinburgh Review, The Westmi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 19 May 1869

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: WEDNESDAY...... ..AY 19, 18691 W A. 1 T ED D A young lady desires a situation as Teacher in a private family. Referen ces exchasrged. Address, Miss A. E. P. at this Office. Mayl2-3t* Notice to the Community. On the Thirtieth of May, last Sun day of this month, two Redemptorist Fathers will open a mission in the Church of ST. FIIANCIS XAVIER, Alex andria, and. during TEN days, deliver instructions and perform various relig ious exercises. On Tuesday the 8th of June, the Right Reverend Bishop of Natchitoches will administer the Sac rament of Confirmation. The order of the Redemnptorists was founded in 1732, by St. Alphonsus Lignuori, who being a young lawyer of repute in the King dom of Naples, had given up the world with its bright prospects to devote his talents, energies and life to his God I and to his fellowmen. St Alphonsus designed his order to preach missions I for the purpose of awaking men from their apathy in regard to their eternal salvation, of impressing...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 19 May 1869

LkATEST NEWS BY MAIL. (Occasional Correspondence of Cincinnati Chroiicle.) -oLITICAL GOSSIP-TIlE FIRST CABINET "SLATE." WASHiMr TON, May 4.-In an uncom inonly well-informed circle here sto ries are told which I fancy may inter est you and your readers. The first relates to the President's choice of a Cabinet. It is asserted that the Cabi net which General Grant arranged, "all out of his own head," as the boys say, and the secret of which he carried so securely, to the great discomfort of the politicians, was quite a different Cabinet from the one which he after ward was induced to select. I am told that the original Cabinet consisted of the following gentlemen: Secretary of State--Mr. Fessenden. Secretary of the Treasury-Mr. D. A. Wells. Secretary of the Interior-James F. Wilson, of Iowa. Postmaster General-IMr. Dennison. Attorney General-Mr. White, of Boston. The other two members were not named to me. It is further related, that by some means Mr. Washburne became aware of this sel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 19 May 1869

"0ctim l. HE 1MOURNED HIS NA TI VE SNOyTfS, WII'rrEN FOR THE PICtYUN:E BY NEVOSA ISLA. [I know it I should be ill here, I would, like tile poor little Laplander, Tantas Po tas, when he was dying in Italy, desire, amid all the tropical magnificence, that which I could not obtain, "a little snow to lay upon my head." Miss Breiner in America.] "Italia's sunny skies beneath Undying glories blend! Ona every hill a flowery wreath, For you and me, my friend : Thou'lt take me to that favored land, My own so different from ! My cheek, by southern breezes fanned. Shall soon disease o'ercome! Wilt start the morrow, bhiother kind 1 Oh, hasten, for, I die ! How sweet upon salubrious wind To breathe may latest sigh ! Yet doubt thee not my natal love Compare no land with ou:rs Laplanders free can live shove Tile songs of sun and ilowers ! Still something tells me: Go away, From Lapland travel fal; And seek the reign of cloudless day Beneath a tropic star, Whore vine clad hills unl balany ir May t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 26 May 1869

. B-OSSAT]THE WOiRLD ~ STOO CEoE 1 TO OLUME 2. ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA, WEDNES]DAY MAY 8 TaL ~TER2MS: TIII DEMOCRAT" ispublished Week ly, at FIVE DOLLARS per atlnum, THI1RE for sit months, payable in advance No ,bl)scription taken for a less period than -ir Mouths. ADVEIRTISEMfENT3 inserted at the rate of $1 50 PUR squARut for the first iu:ertion and 75 c.rs for each" subse quent one. Eight lines or less, consti tute a square. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: One Column ...................... 300 00 Half Column-........---....... 175 00 'fhird of Column................ 130 00 Fourth of Column............... 100 00 Caids, (oceupying space of eight lines, or less,) ............ ...... 20 00 Obituary Notices, Marriages. Public Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to bo paid for as advertisemenuts. [ Personal cards, when admissible, hiarged donble the usual advertisements. MISCELLANEOUS. BRITISH PERIODICALS. The London Quarterly Review, khe Edinburgh Review, the Westminster...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 26 May 1869

ALEXAND~RIA, LA.: WSD1D7flSOAY * ?4.. AY 26, 1869 W A. Nl J D A young lady desires. a situation as Teacher in a private family. Referen ces exchanged. Address, Miss A. E. P. at this Office. Mayl2-3t" Notice to the Community. On the 'Thirtieth of May, last Sun day of this month, two Redemptorist Fathers will open a mission in the C'hurlch of Sr. FRANCIS XAVIER, Alex andria, and during TEN days, deliver instructions an:d performo various relig ions exercises. On Tuesday the 8th of June, the Right Reverend Bishop of Natchitoches will administer the Sac rament of Conmfirmation. The order of the lUedermptorists was founded in 1732, by St. Alphonsus Liguori, who being a young lawyer of repute in the King domr of Naples, had given up the world with its bright prospects to devote his talents, energies and life, to his God and to his fellowmen. St Alphonsns designed his order to preach missions for the purpose of awaking men from their apathy in regard to their eternal salvation, of impressi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 26 May 1869

ROUND-ABOUT, EHN-NOER'S LAST. 'T'his accomplished artist has recently done two clever sketches. A crayon draw. ing of Gen. Grant driving Dexter, is now on his easel. Mr. Ellnlinger was always food of the noble animal. More than flf teen years ago he painted a little trotting mare belonging to Carl Benson, who was then resident in Paris," where Mr. E. was studying under the celebrated painter, Con ture. His recent drawing of Sheridan's ride (purchased by the Union League Club) has just been photographed, and will doubtless become popular. MR. BULL At FONM. English pomposity and loftiness were never more thoroughly, yet briefly, illus trated than in the written discharge sent by Mr. Plimsoll, M. P., recently to his coachman : "I strongly recommend you," says this Parliamentary "party," "to ob tain some other employment than that of coachman. Your quarrelsome dispositin and saucy tendency particularly unfit you for that work, whilst your ability to get drunk acts as a total disqualific...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 26 May 1869

S G tieal. T'ill] COQ UETTE. 1Y .1O}HN G. SAXE; "lY n'v clevh r at hdrnwi:i, i own," : lid my lleatntiful con.in Li,::etre, At. we sat by the dwi:ldr: ali,'; linut :ty, . ynou pi:int a otquettce 7"'' h'rh': p:ainltd alr,':uly, tlitth I, "Nay, nay!" said hlle ltauiti:iu Lisette. "NoiW nne oif vtour j!kinh Iutit try lnd p;aiat, ate ^ !htorou'lh er 'lf tie." "Well, elnsin."' at oncile I hegan Li t :cý e'll" a,'' t the ea-r Lisette, "'1 1t pa t vty as we,:ll a< 1 etil Tha:t wo:nderfnl thihf, at coquette." "Sit wes:s a iio't hc:titifhil t'c-e, ('"Of c:: rs.,." said tli pretty JLisettc,.) And isnJ't, d. lficiilt ill klrae, Or elsd ah \ were not a coquette." "Anti, thin she is dl:~tiiiy intai (A t.-nile frtl'm the 1;inct Li tt.li) 1: plpatl,, et.NP;t in the t;ade (o ftriinilig a nproper coqnette." "S:e's tlt wi innitgat;st, Wiays with tlte lte il-,; '" ("10 on,'" sail thle whining Lirstle,) "lhit 11i,- , isl't a I nll. ii l henl kuows The, :ti;d oti t oht tli,:le c ole n tte I "Shle i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 2 June 1869

_ ehe ______ ______ . ER BIOSSAlo Ti TIHE W i1D IS GOVEPRNED TOO rMUjII LL I(7ITGR AN P I' t TOR VOLUME 24. I ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 189869 - NUMBERS49. ,*- - . T -- R= j 8- : = THE DEMOCRAT" ispullished W`eek ly; ;t FIVE DOLL.ARS per annlum, I'Frtit for six months, payable inl advance \u Sqibscriptioi taken for a less period than: Six Mouths. ADVERTL3EME NT3 Inserted at the ratu of $1 50 Pan squal:r for the first invertion and 75 CErs for each subse qiient one. Eight lines or less, consti tutc a square. The follohwhlg Nter MYt rates to yearly Advertisers: One Column ..................:. $S00 f0 l;df Column .................... 175 0 Third of C olum n .....-- - -..~-. .. 130 00 ,'uorth of Co.munn .............. fltY f0t Cards, (occupying space of eight lines, or less,).. -.............- 20 0( Obituary Notices, Mlarriaggs, Punlic Dfeetings; Cards of Thatnks, etc., to be laid for as advertisements. tPersonal cards, when admissildie, eharged  double the usual a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 2 June 1869

ALEXANDRIA, LA. WBDNESDAY. ........ 2, 1869 CHURUH NOTICX. There will be a meeting of the ladies of the Episcopal Church, at the Ice House Hotel, on Satulday morning next, June 5th, at 11 o'clock. A full and punctual attendance is requested, asmatters of importance will be brought forward. W- The Mission of the Redempto rists Fathers, commenced at the Church of $t. Francis Xavier, in this Town, on last Sunday, and will con tinue tor ten days. The following will be the exercises of the Mission: Every morning. during the Mission, there will be Mass at half past seven o'clock, followed by an instruction. Every evening there will be, at half past seven o'clock a short instruction, followed by the recitation of the Rosary; after which there will be a sermon, and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. Next Tuesday morning, the 8th inst., the Right Reverend Bishop Martin will administer the Sacrament of Confirma tion. The Packets. The Regular Grand Ecore Packet, Frolic, goes down this day a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 2 June 1869

DAVIS AND LEE: OR, THE REPUBLIC OF REPUBLICS ! An attempt to ascertain',from the Fedrral Constitution, from the acts of the pre existent States, and from the contempo raneous expositions of the Fathers, the BovEREIONTY, CITIZNSHIRTP, ALLEGIANCE, a,nd TRaiso0 of the United States, the obligations of the President's Constitu tional Oath, and theseasons owhy the trial of the Confederte Chiefs was en ded. By one of the Counsel of Jeferson SDavis. Chapter IV--8ECssION ANDo COERCION. It is incontrovertible that the federal system is states united, and that these must always be sovereign, and superior to the governments they create. It is equal ly plain that the "national unity," the "ab solute supremacy" of "the government," and the allegiance of the states thereto, which are asserted by the Massachusetts school, are absurd and pernicious, as well as traitorous falsehoods. This "federal system" is precisely what Moutesquieu and other publicists happily call a "republic of republics." Natu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 2 June 1869

M, ONE Y. Ohi ! thet hopes that have beenu wrecked, lh I he aspiratiolns checked, Oh! tilhe writhing heart-pains cost.; Oh ! the love that las- been lost; ily the wall tIf it. Oh ! the maid Careers. of deiath, (ih the noble choked for bre:utll, lh ! the Innte, deservinig a .me; Oh: the saddened lives of siainlei By13 the want ,of it. Oh ! the d trklless it has caused, Oh! thet crime that might have paused, Oh ! the lives of virtue led;. Oh! the hungry childre fetd; ilnt for want of it. (Io! the graivl'ti jietdlitiozn tnlitti4; til ! tile slaves the bondsuraul takes, (h! tthe tears that flood the land, Oih thei woe on every hand, Front the want of it. Money, miiouey ! seal of doian O:t ! how many reach the tomb, Oh! how tlitly dheeIks grow pale, Finding life of smnali avail, Frromn the want of it. Only few of worth are crownled; Mole in Lethe's depths are utlto~ill ; enius Cannlot altays will In this lparttll world of sin Fronl the want of it. Thousands born with intive goldhi; Pover...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 9 June 1869

5t - .. a-. . W k4 U f W , . oe8I asA - ..... . a. 50 W· -- - - ··a-~-- -. ** l~ M-OLUME 24. . ` ALXNRA, O I ED D 5UN 11 18(e). 1TTJh1 bO..V ! N"i TS JNE. 0 1 M- IS THE DEDOCRAT" : ilinkiidl Week ly. at vi ik iiorrcr:s 's '[iilinarm, l'IrnBl', for six uioliths, .pay'ablo'lin dvaucao No Suubsoiiptiou takeni for.a lessp~drio .then Six Months. ADVERTiSEMENTS. It53ertrd; ".A the '. ' iite of $1 50 PER squ TJA11 foi-th'e first =insertion acnd 75 45*&rs fr: eouch sibiBe StjUzunt one. Eight lines or les; 'coil ti itrte a.s 5uire. 'The. foIlowiiug ~iiie. our ;rutes to yearly Asvertieers O nceCoinnwu:..:.I.Z' _......:. $300 00 !E4jrd of Cohnrl,5..... .s. . :. I311O 1onrth of ColumultýP_..; _.. 100 Q0 Oifrds, (occupr'ins a pao of eight - "ijipes a less,);. _e 20 00 : piAbnaY- Ns MaSI: -Inrri~gs., i Public Meetings,: Cards of Tbaw ku, ' tOtto ,be paid for *t a;Q*4i t1sbmens 'e SPiers*1ttl eardgý, 'Wh ndn adm ible, ettlr~ Cd IlQubrithe usual ndvertsiouteut'i. BR TLII i ERIDIcUALS1 )Edinb ur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 9 June 1869

i9Tbe xiidiana s teoua ALEXANDRIA, LA. Wf,1)NEBEDAY..... _.JUIN1 9, 1869 The Packets, T;'he Bart. Able, Captain W; C. Har "ison, leaves for N'ew Orlead t this day at 10 o'clock A. M.:; The B. L. Hodge Iio; 2, will leave Alexandria for New Orleans, on Sat urday, the 12 inst., at 10 o'clock A. M. The Selma goes up on Friday and will Wave Alexandria, on Wednesday, lel 6th of June 1869. The Steamer Frolic goes down this Hay at 12 M. ' The past wrek has been rather an unfavorable one Weir the platfting in terests of Rapides. From Monday to Saturday we have been again visited with rain, too much rain, in fact a per feet snccessiot of shower after shower. )n BRyou Boenff aregular old fashion ed hail storm made a passing visit and tertainly done nid gobd; we hear of two plantations, on which the cotton was ,aidly damaged. The crops have, liowever; not suffered much by the rains, only except for waiit of trork, which of course could not be done-for since the Rave of freedom and equality the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 9 June 1869

wVAS.INOTN. May 3.--John .Hi. Gonld has been appointed Collector or Internal Revenue for the First Georgia District. Four first-class iron-elad reveniiu cutters are to be constructed by the Treasury De. partment. , Ben Wade visited Grant to-dav. receir iuj his comluissis as Government Direc tor of the Union aicilid.Railroad. , Stephen A. DodRgli' iinotier died to day, aged 80. The Presidelt departs for Annapolis on Thursday; and for West Point on the 10th. Internidl ieventi receipits for the month, 20,250,00o) • The comimander of the Pacific squadron iordiered to give all possible aid to the Auierieoa-Chinese Telegraph Company. Bassett, the negro Minister to Hayti, has oeeoived his Iistructious. He is to present Au!erican claims, but not press present settlement. Bassett was instructed per oniallS by the President to assure the President of his good will. , Longstreet replying to demands, from the War Department for sunie claimed iigainst him at the diate of his resignation, emwand...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 9 June 1869

ocrtical. 711IE LONG o ixGO. llY C.\itltli. lKi.,L SiNCiL.\ItI 'There's a lheiJntiiiil isle il the long algo, All flooded with golden light, And a river that flowvshy tlhe mirgin green, Whose waters nre wondrouis bright; Thl.er's ia hark t:halt glides with snowy sail, And the muisic of silver oar, T'at e:lrlies uls Ilck to the shiniiiig gates Of that heannttiful 1l;rst lltce nuore. Ahl! cvrety heart hohlso mile sweet dream Of a healut ifl long ago. 'There were bright hopes lirset l li l the long ago, Sweoet tlwovrs we gathered there, Andl the walls oftlhis Ieantifil past is lihtting With imany an image fair! And o! thei rl is rooli fbor the feet to tread 'This path of 1theo by-gene years: 'l'lhere are jo tlhat blooml in Memory's fields, And a fountl for ou1r hitter teals, And that faint lhlds mtaiy a hallowed tear We've wept ill the long ago! 'lhere are happy dreas:lls the heart holds dear, Bright hr'anf.ms 4of the long iag, An,\i1 r:llried tearis for perisihedl hopes 'I liat will...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 16 June 1869

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 16 June 1869

ALEXANDRIA, LA.* W~DNESDAY ........ JUNE 16, 1869 / LOUISIANA STATE SEMINARY! The Commencement Exercises of this. Institution will take place Wednesday, June 30th. lion. H. M. Spotford \vill deliver the Annual Address. The contest for the Prize Medal in Oratory will come off Tuesday, June 29th. The Public are respectfully invited to attend, D. F. BOYD, Superintendent. a. State Seminary, June 17, 1869. Packet Departures. The Frolic, regular weekly Grand Ecore Packet, leaves for New Orleans this day at 12 M.i The Selma, Captain John Konns, leaves Alexandria this day at 2 P. M. i The Bart. Able, W. C. Harrison e Master, will leave Alexandria for New a Orleanis on Saturday, the 19th inst, at 9 o'clock A. M. The Steamer Celeste, Captain James I P. Muse Master, leaves our wharf for z New Orleans on Saturday next at 12 M. She'is now a regular Weekly packet in a our trade and extends her trips only A as high as the Month of Cane River. She goes up every Thursday evening, a leaving New Orle...

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