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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 21 July 1869

Platform of the Ohio Democracy. Resoired, That the exemption from tax of over two thousand tite hitundred mil lions of dollars in Government bonds and sednrities is unjust to the ptA-plo, and ought not to be tolerated; and that we are opposed to any appropriaition for ihe pay ment of interest on the bonds until they are made subject to taxation. Resolved, That the claim dtf the bond holders, that the bonds which were libolght with greenbacks and the 'principal of which is by law payable in currency ahould nevertheless be paid in gold; is un jnust and extortioate andil if persistel iid will inevitably fortg upon the people the question of repudiation. Resolved, That we denouned the big protective tariff which was designecdonl in the interests of the Ne- England muanr facturers; that said tarift ii also, bly its enormous imposition on salt, sugar, tea, coffee and other acessc rii%, unenitlirable, oppressive especially upon the people of the West, and that we demand its nrepeal and the...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 21 July 1869

0efical. I ARLINGTO . wnO SAYS OUR DEAD WERE SLIGIITED? Whosays our dead were alighted? Who proclaim'd tlis falsehood bold I Who thus has dar'd to stigmatize the he roes young and old, Who :e]ep beside their brethren in the graveyard and the wild, Who can answer ? Come. then, hearken list to me awhile. Can they alight graves of those inscribed on every record high I Can they prevent t he sun's pure rays, or the wind's soft, low sigh I (Can they bid the stars cease to glinmIer o'er the brave soldier's bied 1 C'.u they hush the birds:is they chant re quiem for the dead1 Whcn they can hbush the heart's loud beat which gives to heres praise,. When they can bid the son no more be stow her gentle rays, When they can rob stars of their light, or little birds of song, 'theyv can rob our graves of homage, can do this craven wrong ! Need's tihe Saviour's tomb a chaplet to mind where once he rest ? Needs flower of Olivet to bloom above 'Apostles' breaaste Needs the tombs of martyrs. heroes, on...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 28 July 1869

" f. t Sig 4F -~~- ~L · VU, 2.AX BDOSSATI TLE WEDNESIS I r GV +'f NEN 3fl ZI)O MyS l 28 1869. ; ER 5 VOLUME 25.1' ALEXANDRIAn LOUISIANA,, WEDNE~S LYJ 28, 1869. TNr DEMOCRAT" ispublished Week ly, at FIVE DOLLARS per-unnnm, THREE for six months, ~yable in advance No Acbscription taken for a less period than Six Months. ADVBERTIXSMEIT3 inserted at the rate of $1 50 PER SQUARE for the first insertion and 75 CENTS for each snse 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 Third of Column............... 130 00 Fourth of Column-------....... ------100 00 Cards, (occupying space of eight lines,orless,)..................-0 00 Obituary Notices, Marriages. Public cMeetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to bhe paid for as advertisements. ~ Personal cards, wvhen admissible, sharged double the usual advertisements. MIsOELLANEOUS. r Texas Tonic Syrup ! A Vegetable C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 28 July 1869

ALEXANDRIA, LA. WEDNESDAY, JULY....... 28, 1869. Packet Departures. The Frolie, our regular Grand Ecore Packet, John Heinn, Master, leaves Alexandria for New Orleans, this day at 12 M. The Selma, the Flag Ship of the old reliable line, with John Kouns in com mand, leaves our landin'g, this day at 5 P. M. The Celeste, our Alexandria Packet, touching regularly as high as Classic and African Colfax, under special charge of Captain Jas. F. Muse, will leave for New Orleans, punctually at 12 M., on Saturday, the 31st inst. The B. L. Hodge No. 2, she who packs triumphantly the horns, trimmed with blite ribbons, and is still under the command of Captain W. T. Board man, will go up Friday morning at 6 A. M.; and goes do'n on Wednesday, the 4th of August, at 12 M. 12r With the exceptipn of twice twenty-four hours, the past week in the weather line, has been unusually hot and clear. 'he thermometer has frequently been up to 92 in the shade, and certainly more desirable and wel come weather co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 28 July 1869

Allen Pollok's' Farnm in Ireland, Having mentioned the fortyh4hodisand acre farms of this gentleman, in the pro vince of Connaught, Ireland, we cannot re sist the temptation of giving some flurther account of them, derived from the corres pondence of the Mark Lane Express, since received. When the estate first came into "Mr. Pollok's possession, twenty years or so ago, it was divided into the small hold ings common among the Irish peasantry, and yielded just enough to enable them to live. The first task undertaken was a: complete system of under-drainage, Which the wetness of the oirendered especially necessary 1 the consolidation of. the little farms; the levelling of old fences, and the removal of almost innumerable cabins. The capital required mustb have been some thing enormous. Roads riade, and large fields enclosed ; stones and brush grubbed out, and, at length, larger divisions laid down, soeas to givr convenient farms of from 1500 -to .3000 acres each. 'T'hes: were all provi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 28 July 1869

I believe if I should dte, And you should kiss my eyelids wbhe I lie, Cold, dead, and dumb to allthe world con. tains, The folded orbs would opei at thy breath, And fronur its exile in the IslesBf deathi Life would come gladly back along my veins. I believe ifI were dead, And yon upon mytifelessheait shout tread, Not knowing what the poor clod chanced to be, It would find sudden pulse beneath the touch Of hint it ever loved in life so much, And throb again wakI, telder, true to thee. I belleve if on my tantga, hidden in wool deeps or by the WAve, Your eyee shodkl drop some warmo tears of regret, From every salty seed of your dear grief Some fair sweet blossom would leap into leaf: To prove death could not make ma love forget. 1tbeliee, if I should fade Into those mystic realms where light is made, And yoet should long ones more my face to see, I would come forth upon the hills of night, And gather stars like faggots, till thy Led by their beacon blaze, fell full on me! I believe my ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 4 August 1869

..., ~ ./ VOLUE 2. 1ALEIANDIALA.,W1~NESAY~A~rS~ A iS ·- i tr i , r 0 TERI~ ~S: T38 DELMOCRAT" ispublished Week ly, at FIVE DOLLARS per annnim, THREE for six months, payable in advnceo No Subscription taken for a less period than Six Months. ADVERTISMEN-MET'S inserted at the rate of $1 0 r aR sdAhiE' for the tiin, insertion a nd 75 Csert for each subso qun.ct one. Eight lines or loss, coueti .tide a square. the following are our Fates to yearly Advertisers: due.Column...-.---------------- $0 00 Iaislf Column .................. 17:00 Third of Colunm..--------------- 30 0(1 FIourth of Colutmu................ 100 00, Crds, (ooenalying sI5ce of eight lines, orlcss,).......... .... 20 .00 Obituary Notices, lMarriages. Public [Meetings, Cards of Thinks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. i Porsotlal cards, when admissible, lhargedlonbtethe nasal advertisementa. MIBOELLAREOUS. Texas Tomen Syrup ! A Yege ble diompiound for the_'apid abd perimament uord of OHILLS AND FEVER, or FEVER AN...

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

~ht ~o i~maz~ ~uwlatl ALEXANDRIA, LA.: WEDNESDAY, AUGUST....4, 1869. NOTICE. The performance of the Thespians to have taken place on Thursday, Au gaust 5th, is postponed until A MONDAY, AUGUST 9rH, 1869, at which time, it is hoped, there will be a iarge attendance, as there is more inducement offered to the lovers of Dramatic talent than, at any other time. REME3 UER THE tAY ! MONDAY, AU GUST 9th I W. HUSTMEYER, Business Manager. Packet Departure& The B. L. Hodge No. 2, of the famed and reliable "ten day line," with Cap tain W. T. Boardiman still in full com mand, leaves our town for Now Or leans and all way landings, this day at The Celeste, the punctual little pet of the Alexandria trade, backs out from our wharf on Saturday at 12 M., her usual day and-hour. TuE BAaIDns.-This new boat, built expressly for the Alexandriaand Grand Ecore trade, by Captains Haberle and Slienn, arrived here on Monday eve ning. .$She is a loe stern wheeler,, and is no doubt well suited to our trade-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 4 August 1869

"Radical Stalking Horses."' TRANK BLAIR ON THE RECENT LONG BRANCH HOWLERS. Naw YORK, *.rly 19, 1869. To the Editor of the N. Y. World : Smi:-The New York Tribune'an he Times do me a great injustice in their no tice of the reunion of the officers of the Ar ny of the Gulf, at Long Branch, New Jer sey. They assert that I insulted the peso ciation to whose banqaet I was invited. by the allusion I made to the leaders of the ConfederAte army. I did. not. intend to wound the feelings of those who had hon ored me with an invitation to participate in teir festivities: os the eontary,tt was a compliment to our irmv to speak well of those over'whom .our army had triumphed as" loemen wottliy of our;steel." My in tentontsaid meaning o iuld only have been perverted by men who hadb been tauht by aceh,heroes as hlutler to relish a .differqnt kinbof steirL I was urged to attend this meeting and bsaquet, andideclined to do so until $; far ther ,ii'.al wou'd have appeared chuirlish. I was 'appoilt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 4 August 1869

IE VER COMPLALIY, sY ZARIUFFA Never complain, why should you baio To the world your heart 4 For your red weotdds what does it care, However they smart I Why burden its gales, With your woes and wails I "lush them, and crush them, Never complain ! What, though your best aims for success She wasted labor I And what, though fate seems but to bless Your richer neighbor I Learn to endure it; Can complaint cure it I Your share bravely bear, Never complain! Beccause your path is dre and dark; Must you shadow mine ,Because I sail a leaky bark, Shall I founder thine I Nay ! trim your own sails, To weather life's gales, Quail not and fail not; Never complain! Craven! to make another's ears Sewers to drain your life, Of all its refuse, sighs and tears, Ills and petty strife ! 'Tis a beggar's due, This, " I pity you !" r Disgracing, debasing ! Never complain! Why will ye to the weakness yield, Of base repining I 'Tia cowardice, best kept concealed, This senseless whining. Why lend to malice You...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 11 August 1869

i i / -.... __.ew E. iL- BIOSSAT3- THE WORLD IS G-OVE..ED TOO MUCT OI UFDI TOI AŽ PIE . T.. VOLUME 25. } ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1869; N.M ·.- - ·· ....~I:~.. -------- -- - ---- - - -- -- - --~ TERItM1IS: '.I1 D :,4) :.RAT" ispublishedWck ly, at FIVI: DOI.I..IRS per annumn, TIrR:EE for six ilonths, payable in advance No inbseription taken for a less jieriod than Si'x Months. ADVfiTISEVLMET3 inserted at the rat- of $1 50 rEIn: squm.nit fdci the first. insertion and 75 cr.rs for each subse q-':wnt one. Eight lines or less, cousti tnto a s1lanre. The following are our rAtes to yearly Advertisers: 1c Clumnn ..................-. $.300 00 lallf Column.................... 1753 10 Third of (:olumn............... 130 00 Fourth of Colnnllll . ... ...... 100 001 C;rds, (occupying space of eight liue,or less,).................. 20 00 Obituary Notices, Marriages., Public Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. :._P' Personal cards, when admissible, -:!...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 11 August 1869

ALXAXND1IA, LA.: WEFDNESDAY, AUGUST....11, 1869. Donation to the Library of the t" Seminary.. Cer bo SAt. the request of General Shcrnan, im the Smithsonian Institute has present- be ed to the Library of the State Semina- rip ry a complete set of all its publications, an and the General himself recently con- sti tributed largely from his private col- at lection to the Library of that Iustitu- Ra lion. Hlis acts, as well as his words, no show him to be a good friend to the ot Seminary. co Lr We desire to call attention to th the card of the Louisiana State Semi- " n-ary, published anew in our columns. We sincerely hope the people of Ra pides will this year remember the (1 ;Seminary. Rapides, last session, sent eC but five Cadets to the Seminary; she c< should send at least forty.. Just think i of only five Cadets from a Parish whose products this year will be $3,000,000, " and in which too the Seminary is lo- rý cated ! Just for 4 moment observe the " chlrgea, thirty-five dollars ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 11 August 1869

GoOD FOR OLD VIRGINIA.-The eCee- I tion of Walker, Governor of Virginia, has been a sore blow for Radical tlieyes. From all, parts of the State "kind words" for carpet-baggers and scala waggers come spontaneous. The fol- 1 lowing few lines from the Fredericks burg News being samples of affection we delight in seeing: BURIAL SONG OF TTIE CAR\IPET-UACGGER. Not a drum was beard nor a funeral note, As his corpse to oblivion we hurried, Not a groan escaped a gentlemnari's throat When the oarpet-bagger was buried. We bunried hiui deep in dirty soil So dxep that they'll ue'cr uirrcorver him,n Uiless samne Radical boring for orl, Jiy the dearly-loved scent si,hu:d dis cover him. lls coflin was made of a ballot lax, With whliite men's votes we Ie,,lt hif , And he looked like a baboon taki:g hi; rest. With his linen duster aroumi, hi lm. A TALISMAN. A ETOr.Y For YOUNG iEN. A vrong man lay upon a sofa in a wrtk i:,. dr'eamn. Hiis thoughts were in the :,turo'. n:d fmtny dwelt with brilliant i"n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 11 August 1869

g cti( it. ., [For the l)EMoCRAT. LA.MEN2T FOR 17HE " BOYS IN GREY." BY V. M. S. We're weeping, oh, we're weeping Fri" our galla:itrmes in grey. Wiho shared with us the bivouac At close of many a day. We are weeping for the dear ones Wlhose march of life is o'er, Who have forded the dark river And rleachedl the farther shore. They were brave and gaillnt soldiers, 'Neath the green sevard let them lie, 'Till the reveille is sounded By thei trumpet from the sky. Ullt the saddest tear that moistens Their hallowed graves-is shed, While mnemory ponders o'er the past, And asks-why are they dead ' Columbia spread her banner From old Atlantic's side, '1', where the sun sinks wearily In dark Pacifie's tide. T' Northern climes she reached, To its dark and pozen land, - And clarped within her loving palm The trolics swarthly hand. In every clime-in every laud, On every tide and sea, lher banner called to all mankind " A refuge seek in ne." She stood like a watchman on the tower, The guardian o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 18 August 1869

4 -- ~~~ ~ ---s * ·'' . ý -.._ . ., .. • 1 ' . W'E 1r.-, _ .OUISIG: I~~-hpR, iw~l ~ `I, "/ r__+`__·F I; ' i i I- ; .. ...S A- . . ... . .' , '. ' " ... . . .. "- :, . - . - - ' ". " ..... ',..". . : 3 i' I: . · ETHE ..OLD IS O ',_lrED TOO 2I, " A L... "NDRIA. .. .... &3 ,:tl- : __ _ _ ft - VOLUME" - ALEXANDRIA, . LA., : WEDNESDAY AUGU:i~i ST 86; ' "? .. ' . 18 a9 ' "~~~~·. "4: .? "ii ': .. D.,, .' t -.  li~ i -" - .- . .m---- - - .- T3'3 D31M) CIAT" ispublihedWe,ekl ly, at tnv leto.-%s per auluI, ItT.:FE for six !onuLhs, payable in advancae No tilJscription taken for a less period than Eix Months. ADVERTISEM!-NT3 inserted at the r:Att of $1 50 Pirp sq1YAut for the first iusortio and 75 CENTS for each suRse ,lm'ut oLne. Eight lines or less, consti t1ioe a sqnlar0. The following are our rate:, to yea:rly Advertiaers: One Coluitn..................... $300 on Ilall Cohimn.................... 175 00 Third of Colun.t... ............ 130 00, FIourth of Columnl.................

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 18 August 1869

ALEXANDRIA, LA. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST.... 18, 1869 EDUCATIlONAL A young lady, entirely competent and highly recommended, desires a situation as Governess and Teacher in a respectable family. She can teach all the branches of the English Lan guage, and Music. Best references given. Apply to the" EDITOn OF THE DEMOCRAT. August 18th, 1889. Schel eotice. M ISS GRIFFIN WILL RESUME THE exercises of her school on the 1st day of September, at her former echo,1 house TERMS: For Boys and Girls. ............3 and $4 August 18, 1869-4f. Rev, A. D. MoCoy. We were, pleased to receive a few days since a private letter from our old friend, Rev. A. D. McCoy, which con tained the gratifying intelligenee that lie would.be in Rapides on the first of September with the intention of again making our parish his permanent home. His many friends will be delighted to learn that his health has been com pletely restored and that he has fully recovered the vigor and energy which characterized his earlier years. We ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 18 August 1869

Important Decisions of the Su- a preme Court. Rendered at Monroe, July Term 1869. JURISDICTION OF PARISH COURTS RE STRICTED TO CASES WHERE AMOUNT IN DISPUTE DOES NOT EXCEED $500. Joseph T. Swann vs. Ann L. Gayle, Administratrix. Appeal from Parish Court of Ouachita. Ludeling, C. J. - The plaintiff sued the administratrix of the succession of W. H. Gayle in the Parish Court; and he prayed for judg ment against the administratrix for upwards of five thousand dollars, and for the recognition of his mortgage on certain property situated in the parish of Ouachita. He also prayed for the sale of the mortgaged property to pay his debts, according to law. The ap pellant has insisted in this court that the Parish Court, which tried the case, was without jurisdiction ratione mate ria. If this be true, the judgment render ed by that court is void. C. P., Act 92. And we cannot give vitality or validity to that judgment, because an appellate court'never can give a judg ruent which the court a qu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 18 August 1869

-IF!- - BY PEARL RWERSB. Rap If I could change these "lady slippers" Into "boots or seven miles," A I would slip my wee feet in themorn And with laughter and with smiles. Straight to some one I'd go walking Soon with some one I'd be talking, The' his home is many miles. , Some one dear would see me coming- Br Some one dear would run to meet Some one dear would slip while langhing; Giant boots-from off my feet; Fcr their long, long journey bless them, With his gentle hands caress them, Into silver sandals press them; Then with tiny, tinkling feet, Round about hinm I'd go dancuing, And into his eyes be glancing, While my heart danced with my feet, With my tiny, tinkling feet, To his voico's music sweet. If I could change this new red rose Into a silken.coach of ease, With diamond wheels and shafts ofruby, And these golden dusted bees Into four coursers, small but fleet- up Reclining on my velvet seat, With silken reins my counere guiding, Over hill and valley gliditg, Fast to some oud...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 25 August 1869

11 96'e t .3 17f~ 1u I :tkI~i 6 -34 J.I ?: P i-. ':#'~ J:1'' 7 . r. - 9 ... . ý ,... , . "",+ý" - -:fl--"ý + `ý -. f F ' 'ip " ,ýi:ý :t1 I,1i`A( 1i e)ý TEll DEMOCRAT" iepnblished Week lr, atT Iptk 1OLLARS per:I erll Anm, Tllr1{iT, i #rlrx monthos.payable in~ advance Th' zI 1'ption taken fOr fu.lese period than S.ix Youths.t. ,, "ADIJCRT51M EMJT3 "inserted , at the u tcu of $1 50 ?EIISQOAItE for the first - $Pe tt '4 alnd 75 ci4l11e for each subse *7~ wzit one. Eighit iiies or- less, consti tu e a ;uro. The, followlig fire our r.i.teSg lo ekrly_ Advertiocra: 1Iaf. Coluluu~...c; ·.- .. -- loo Op 2 btlird of Coiwnil. - i. I irirth of Coluinil:h. . l-t) Ovr C Irds. (ocning space of eight Obituary Notices, lahrivges, N1blce M1INrntiug9, Cards of ±banks, et., e o Pu paid fior as ardvcrtsisefets. r 1 ersonal cards, when 'ulmissuble obhsrgeddouble the usual advertisements.. MISCELLANEOUS, IB3IITISII PERIODICALS 'The London Quarterly .Reviei; The. Edinburgh Retilew, The Westminster Review) T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 25 August 1869

Iouioiiu !temocrat. ALEXANDRIA, LA.e DDNIDAy, AVGVST... .25, 1869 EDUCATIONIAL A young lady, entirely competent and highly recommended, desires a situation as Governess and Teacher in a respectable family. She can teach all the branches of the English Lan guage, and Music. Best references given. Apply to the EDITOR OF 'rHE DEMOCRAT. August 18th, 1869. OR BALE. Now in perfect running order, one 12 horse Steam Engine, with Boiler and smoke stack complete. Also one Grist Mill, with 50 feet of belting. Ap ply at THIS OFFICE. August 25, 1869. NOTIOCE TnE TtESPIANS will give a perform ance on SATURDAY, AUGUST 28Tn, 1869, at which time will be presented the STARTLING TRAGEDY, entitled LUCRETIA BORGIA ! is' J. H. ALLEN as LUCRETIA -DU ', Grant seems to be hard up for a good Secretary of the Treasury; his imnfOes and those of his Government, the best tnder the Planet, are in a sad ix ad mees tinkering up at once. We think we ean" some to his rescue. Alexandria has the boy for him, his Cabine...

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