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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 25 August 1869

The Southern Testimonial to Mr, Peabody. The following is the speech of Mr. Pea body on receiving the ie6olutions adopted at a meoting of distingiuished gentlemeri at White Sulphur Springs, Virginia : Mr. Lyons and Gentlemen of the Com mittee: I beg to thank yot ,most kindly fur the sentiments you have expressed. to moe Th'ey have atflcted one most deeply and are suich, followed as they me by the resolutOrls you have pri bted, that it is impossible for me, to reply to. theni ts 1 woiuld. I rAn onul answer briely, atd feel thlt even then I must claimu yodr indul getice. I can but say, as regards the kind and flattering remarks of sour chairmain. that I trust the remainder of the time I have to live may not -do otherwise than justify your good opinion. I should be glad if my strength would permit me to speak of my own cordial es te&sf and regard for the hieh honor, hiteg rity and heroism of the Sothflierd people. But that, too, I niast leave lor the present. But I inmst not omit...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 25 August 1869

TiHlE )ESER'TIED IHOMESTEAD. Bny I:. iH. MORGAt, JR. In a sunlit, vrdant v:iley,'- `l;car Snwanne's ripplhin' fgamn, t;and+ a loine deserted honmestead Once the rodf of John Jerome ; T'lhere are smiling villas round it, All in good and tastely trin, lint iloest-growni is that In:lassive pile, Its wKlls i r,.'-ray aind gray. nn the gronmnd around it sleeping, Lies .s'mne Parian senlptl'red god; W\'hile sweet tendrtils o'er it creeping. Trail their flowers along the sod; Ind the willow bonding o'er it, Droops her leaves in sadness low, Blending tears with words of sorrow Oin Destruction's overthrow. Where the loving voice of children Once did swell the air with mirth, Now, no whisper breaks the silence By that lonesome, gloomy hearth. And the swallow from her covert, . ',o a better home hath flown ; All night long the Forest Minstrel Sings above the threshold stone. now, no hand about the window Ties the tender creeping vines; Now. no longer through the casemoenot Pale the nloon at m...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 1 September 1869

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

ALEXANUIIA, LA. WEINESDAY,....... ST. 1, 1869. In'accordance with a petition, signed lby twelve free-holders of the Parish rf- Rlpides, a" sere tL seLssion of the Police Jury will be held in Alexandria on MONDAY the 13th of SEPTEMBER. C. W. BOYCE, President Police Jury. A.:xs..Nsui.ý, Li,., August 2r, 186:. The State Seminary, We are indebted to Col. iD. F. Boyd for a copy of the lately published an inual Register of thre Officers and Ca dets of the Louisiana State Semiuary of Learning and Military Academy. Notwithstandiug the hard times the iemlndry numbered on its rolls the last session one hundred and forty-one cadets. We are pleased towitnessthis evidcnce of prosperity in our Stato School, bit we still believe that it has not met with the encouragement it de serves from the people of Louisiana. No iinstitution has an abler or more devoted corps of instructors, and in none in the country can an education be aicquired on so moderate, terums. Tlie next session commences on Mon da...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 1 September 1869

ganger o: -Densoe :.Shade About Dwellings. The following article, frou the pen of an eminent physician, in Hearth and Home, says the editor, conttins flets , justly calculated to startle and alarm. Although not at liberty to disclose the name of its author, we cau give as surance that what he says desrves to be carefuilly considered. i The article is even more applicable to cities and villages than to country resideuts, and contains a warning that may Wtell be heeded by all: "I visited to-day, with an old prac titioner, in an adjoining county, a fitn ily in which consumption had for year: claimed its victimas. As we rose to the sumn;t of a com nmandiug eminence which overlooked a wielc stretch of country, dotted with farm-houses, and waving with the ripe and abundlant harvests for which that country is distingtuishted, the physician tightened the reins, and halted to en joy more fully the beautifl panoriaa. Certainly, a fairer' or moire mellow landscape never shimmered in the rays o...

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

" TO MY MOTHER. 'bhe following touchingly beautiful lines a re from thlb Ohio State Journal; and were written by a convict in the Ohio Peniten tiary. The man who can write such poe try cannot be utterly depraved. I've wandered far from thee, mother, Far from a happy home; I've left the home that gave me birth, In other elimes to roam ; And time, since then, has roll'd its years, And mar'd them on my brow; Yet, I have often thought of thee I'm thinking of thee now. I'm thinking on the day, mother, When at my tender side, You watch'd the dawning of my youth, And kiss'd me in your pride; Then brightly was my heart lit up With hope of future joy. While your bright fancy honors wove To deck thy darling boy. I'm thinking of the day, mother, When, with such anxious care, You lifted up your heart to HIeaven Your hope, your trust was there: Fond memory brings thy parting words, When tears roll'd down your cheek; Thy long, last, loving look told more Than ever words could speak. I'm far away ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 8 September 1869

a ~ ~~~~ .- I -;.3..I ..,...~~U ~ - t, g-\ ` 41 rh; IL, .* -·ii 4*'··-;"'· r~ VOLUME 25.1[. } ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, 1T L ._. ' :f. ý n'F " r_., f K K 7 .; TEERM: "S= THE DDIMOCRAT" ie published Week ly, at FIVE DOILAP.S per annumn, TaREE for sir months, payable in advance No Sabscription taken for a less period than Six Months. ADVERTISEMD3 NT3 inserted at the rate of $1 50 PER SQUARE for the first insortioni and 75 CENTS for each subse qtout one. Eight lines or loss, consti tute a sqiaro. The following, are onr rates to yearly Advertisers: One Colhmn ......... ...:..... $300 00 Half Colitramn.................. 175 00 Third of Columnn ................ 130 00 Fourth of Columnt............... 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. F' Pers.mnal cards, when admissible oharged donble the usual advertisements. NEW ORLEANS CARDS. RICE BROS. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 8 September 1869

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 8 September 1869

[From the N. . Piicaynne The. disappearanco of the laW.. nrat d ,~' Lea & Fiutey, by the et prei gfr. Iradford frti th& tar, op account tool ° declining health, the formatioff: of a new ke rm by the admission of hMr'li.'. C. iller, coupled with the promotion of J. P. lien the jamin, in Englaud, as Queen's .ounsol, de= thb mand more than tho ordinary notice which uually follows the mutations around us. Mr. Benjamin was the original founder ftiefiars lIis career as a yodng lawydV and cotiellor mnay without-exaggeration be said to'have been sudden and meteoric bat in its brilliancy, though far more perma- tl nent. As a profound jurist and pleader, in his riper years, contesting the p:ln with W. Roaelius, (rymoes. pIaznr'eatl, Hunt, Soule, tar his reputation at our bar was second to it none, and his firm enjoyed a most lucrative in practice. In his political career, he illus trated the principles of the South in the great sectional controversy, which led to the atftetpted estt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 8 September 1869

Two little feet, aoD- loth t may I nla ohece e l5 Two teno r tf iml 4o te b r de r Of L`s iysorus a Dimpled ni d eoft, _d-pink peach-tree In Apbrie r Hiow caXn.ey.,walk among t'e briery tdngles Edging thtBwbrldd's rough ways? Those white-rose feet along the doubtful fntre t .. - inest bear-w6dmatip't lod Alas t since:"oaii ae has Il'elestbu-. Adwlsin the hadest` road. Love, for a w.hile, will make 'tho path be fnore theni All dainty, smooth, and fiir Will call away the blanblles, letting only The roses blossom there. But when the mother's watchful .eyes are -shrouded Away from sight of men, And these dear feet are left without her guiding, Who shall direct them then ! How will they ;Bred, etrayed, dela Poor little t~ntaugit feet! Into what dreary mazes will they wander, 'What dangers wilt they meet ? . Will they Kstuinbling Ilindly in the darkness Of sorrow's tearful shades I Or And the upland slopes of -Peace and SBeauty ? Whose sunlight never fades Wil they go toiling up Ambi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 15 September 1869

._O U1,. I _tftUG. '.--- __I ! I _ _ _ ___ -T L -- -- -- 'r ,I wj R. IBIOSSAT1 H WOITIJD IS GO ?,rTEJD TpCOO t~3 If 'T2 VOLUME 125. ALEXANDRIA LA., WEDNESDAX, SEPTEMfl.W , .. · ~ . ·· ··. · ·ID·'' .,-~ r-. "1 - .• , .. . . . .. ., - ' "  "" :" + . t .: - t- :r . • ' . . . . . .. . .' " / . .. . . " . . . . .. . . . . . . .. ., ; , . . . . . . . : . .. . . .. ' . . . , - . . . . . . . . .. ' : .' , , . '  v +. ,  +' + :   5 . + , € ,  ,  . r ; . . . .,- . . . . . . - . . . . . - THR DEMO RAT" ispublished Week !'iy, at 1Ii1*, IDOLLAIS per annum, TIIIcVV for 51K months, p1tyablk in advanc No E:nlhscriptio 't ukdn for as lss erwiod tlhzin Sim M'onttb. 4DVARTI83EMPINT- iuWrtodi' atm the rataoof $1 50 1esst UALIlt for t1im tirst' in* lnFertiuQ aun 75 cjirfS for each subsn if~i!rit' o'id:"L' Eiw41i linos or ieas, consti tlto 'x Sigsti~ : 'r T i' foll'ci n' Atoe our r.atos to yearly Aýkdvecrtisbcrs: o++u Colnau+ -----.----- --.--- $:,00 001 If4 lf C(luun-ii := 175 (Ot) 'hiai nf Inm4...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 15 September 1869

ALEXANDRIA, LA.* WDNESDAY, ........SEPT. 15 1869 SPECIAL. ' T A meeting of the members of STr. t JAMEs' CHuncH is requested for SAT- i URDAY, the 18th inst, at, the ICE HousE. is All persons disposed to advance a the interests of the Church by con tributions to the contemplated FAIR o to take place in OCTOBER next, are » respectfully informed that donations may be deposited at the Ice House, r addressed to the care of Miss M. v Farr.ows. NOTICE. t t here will be Religionus Service a anod preaching, by the Rev. E. P. t Palmner, on next Sunday, the 19th inst., at the Town Hall. Hour of a Service--4 P. M. IP"'The Post Office has been remov ed to Cummings' building in the rear of thq Court House, Episcopal Church Fair. The Ladies of St. James' Episcopal I Church propose holding'a Fair for the fI bonefit of the Church about the nmiddle of October. The announcement is made thus early in order to give all an opportunity to contribute towards it. Contributions are earnestly solicited I fron...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 15 September 1869

Fine Poetry. Colonel Hugh J. Campbell, Editor of I asecelarside of Dr. Newman's paper, nss remarks: Among the few songs of the war that II live and be classic for all time, we ..ave always ranked the following. Al though a tribute to the dead who fell in battle opposed to us and ours, and althouch the offspring of a pen which luts written some bitter andnrevengeful things that hadL better beni umisaid, in 1 it there is nothing but what betfts a beautiful, inspired and thrilling tribute to the heroic and immortal dead-lie roic, for they fell in that grandest apo thesis of mortals, the field of battle; ins- I mortal, for they died for ll who live I after them. And thiis s slways true, f no matter on what land, for what cause men pour out their lives in war. In t this day of rhymesters, when you can count on your fingers the true poems which now and then beam on us like I stars through. rifts of cloude, we can- , hot afford to lose one the first magni- I tude: " SFrom the "Land We Lov...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 15 September 1869

A REQUIEM FOR THE SOUTH. WIITTEN FIr I .TIE PICA.YUNE lY META, OF CHIICA(GO., - i LaInd of my birthl, dear sunny gouth, An exile front niy native shore. lhnt glorying in thy ancient fame Thy lofty front in days of yore; With trembling hand I tonch the lyre To mourn thy fate, thy fallea mien, And ch.ant the requiem of the dead, Sleeping amid the valley's green. I Iloaeo of the brave! thy gallant sons For freedom fought o'er laud and seas, And symbol of the hold and free,. Thy banner floated on the breeze. flat now its folds are in the dust, Gone for a tinme thy triumph high, And nameless graves from shore to shore, Mark where thy heroes mouldering lie. Thv fields now smile in beauty rare, 'Ilhy skies are cloudless and serene, Thy firest trees still tower aloft, And hills are clothed in livery green. Thy glancing streams and brilliant flowers Are still the samne-still bright and fair, And wafted from thy orange bowers A wealth of perfume tills the air. But ruined homes, deserted halls...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 22 September 1869

" . . . . '. . , " _ I F . R . .ISS T . .' T-,. , .,RT. I. O--, D, . T O-IU~ ý ,., .ý.,F,?3 : VOUM .ý5 ALXADRA LA --,ES .E .. 2 ., ,6 .,~~~~~· .. •· -. :+ ., ; : _. ,,~C r :..,., , o ZT   ..:Z. .  _0 •'~ i "." - ·· . . .. ". '·· "- •·r .- , -? '.· ,. . . . .', , - , ,: . .": .:'i ;*~ ' ; l i - ,i - T ~3 :· 1I  8 : THE DEYBMOCRAT" ispublished Week ly, at Fr IV DoLLARs per annum, THREE for six months, payable in advance No Subscription taken for a'less period than Six Months. ADVVE.RTIBSMEJNT3 inserted at the rate of $1 53 rsn SQuAISt for the first iusettion and 75 oc.'rs for each subse qi'ent onte. Eight lines or less, consti tnto a sqlure. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers : ,One Colmni...... ....... ....... $300 00 Half Column i............... ,175 00 'Third of Colman................. 130 00 Fourth of Column ........... 100 00 srds, (occupying space of eight lines, or less,)..... ......... 2 . 0 00 Obituary Notices, M Aarriages. Public Meetings, Cards of Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 22 September 1869

ALEXANDRIA, LA." WEDNEBDA ,......, .EPT. 22 1869 The THESPIANS will give a perform ance at the Ice 'House Hotel, onw SAT URDAY NIGHT, SEPTEMBER 25th. The plays selected for that occasion, are INOOMAR, ''he "Barba:rian l! -AND The Laughable Farce, entitled: [' TH E IRISH TUTOR!..E ALEXANDRIA, Wednesday 22, 1869. Our New Advertisements We take special pleasure, in calling the attention ofour readers to the batch of'ecw iiv iisements, which are pub lished in the pIreset iese of the Deom ocrat. First w% atnotiuice that of the well known house of Renshaw d Cammadk, New Orleans. Then comes that of Buck's Brilliant, the Champion Stove of Louisiana. Thirdly, Dr. "T. St. C.' Ferris", of ?leW Orleans, 4 graduaite of Ter,school ok Mdicine, favors us with his card." Oiii foirth is no less than the card of' the fsnsired and world renowned Singer's Family SOwing mznihine. 'Then'co~hes art important quoe to the Bakers from Joseph IRaymond, of Now QOrleabs. .. AiiotiAer important one looms up le...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 22 September 1869

PROCEED!NSS  OF THE POLICE JU3Y i ,x . ta>~ ,t ., Sept. 13, 1869. ¢ioJud O 4 tl i acill of t i' Presi Ie pon thelpli ation twelve, free holders of the Parish-there not being a quorum present, the jury adjourned until 3 o'clock p. m. At 3 o'clock the jury niet, present: C W Boyee, prcsidentt-Jos Fellows, S1i appointed a beneficiary Cadet instead of A. T. Compton resigned, which was unanimously adopted. On motion of Mr Williams, That the sum of $400 be, and is here by appropriated oft of the contingent fund, for the purpose of building a bridge across the Calcasieu river on the Burrs ferry road lending to Alex andaia and Cheneyville, what isknown to be the Ilinesten crossing; said LiQlge to be covered wili sawed lum ler-and N P Hathaway W J Deer .Pid Ca!ir.. R,igeat, ,.e appointed Conmmzisonets to let out to the lowest bidder and receive t)he same, the con tracitor to give bond 'ld' security for the.maintenance of the same for five years.' On motion of Mr Calvit, Resolved, That...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 22 September 1869

rA o 1 $f tp PAPR. OC;l holy the Sonth, dear annny land, By tyrants erushed and riven, letrayed, insulted, .onjnnered; taxed By negroes ruledl.and driven; Bright native land of noble hearts, The Union's truest glory. The day'will come when trnth shall wtite Yout tfir,,nwarpled .story. Odd help the otthb! t'lue arms alone Can looae the chalts that bind her i)egrading bonds that have too long Most rathlessly esitined her; Lift up the heads now bowed in grief. ve Joy lbtead ot.f orrow; Awl for taees weary bOurs of gloom, A calm and glorious morrow., Their fatlhrs' God, and now their own, On whom their hearts still rested, When darkest ays.of grief sad woe Their-happy homes Invested . Then was Thine snflilant trar Th ,power that oft sustained themi And from more bitter drafts of grief Thy'pitying hand restraieed them. Still da they-turn to Thee, 0 God! Gitve rest from;pI their ~adneos, por tponleti stflfe-eick hearts ive fera Ts ;gin. enduring peace :-Apehes that wlm'ot ledve them, The...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 29 September 1869

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 29 September 1869

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Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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