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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 29 September 1869

LILLIE SLEEPS. ou Wi "' 4t .er rgebe doh e; I he is'Wo t p[i al4 1nlu y, l; . th i Otour ovelone. t Calm your hearts tho' they are aching; p| Calm your hearts tho' they are breaking; Cease your sighs for her awaking, tl0 Bid such hopes be gone. in Weary days and nights of anguish, t Always praying. sometimes weeping, Il For the loved one in our keeping, li But she sleeps at last. Hushed the voice so sweetly guiling. , Now no word it saith; Closed thelips that eit w-ere-inilling, Calm and still the breath. ]b Lillie's voice is hushed forever Aye! her soul has crossed the river, C Gone to God its Author-Giver; Lillie sleeps in death. Lillialet sat t rahergtadspiritMJ With no guilt oppressed, A mansion wit the blest. 7beTe, where asgel choirs pre singing, tore the vaunts of $even are bringing, With praise to God-.sainte are bringing, . : : i te n oey and rest:. Oh! with such a cord to bind us, _ While such hopes are given, o While our hopes so oft remind us p Of loved earth-ties riven...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 29 September 1869

[comvr'xuo rngtclra6asE.] - thought thatashe #wto-et 'ieIto me livlitWtias a i J otimjmiit the dlesert of my -despar, an&Lhinking she unight be happier, I resonlved th~ shpald never know of iisi'mt _ Acting opon this reqgtt I took jUagae far the anitedlSt (Iu ship I accideady lemne4itl at Jessie rnd her husband had gone out to Cranada, whither his regiment bhad,beo ordered, and I resolved to steer eler. of their vicinity, but could' never erase her image from- my mid -add hld dreiins lived ovlr tfie past only to mck mey waking hours. About two years afte ! arriv Jed New York, while, ,lsalon beotd one of the foating palaces oTtie ludson, idly scanning the few passengers, ,yy heart stood still as I recognised Jessie prom enading between. he lusbau& aid father-in-law. There she was before me, slightly pale, with ai shadow of beautiful than ever. Ati the sight, her der prototype, gJiik r ti9qgf Io lay_. bri, bejP~th% flora r;ih i e5 t~fred hbee, on the altOr of zry lieait sprung...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 6 October 1869

._ - _ __iposs _o o I 0,. ,.o . o . . BIOSSA-TI T-rE WOLLD IS E-OERNEDD TOO MU0: 00  .: . VOLUME 25. ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER-6, 1869. "'-.. THfE DE".DISAT" ispublishedWekc ly, at IýVIV DOLL.I:s: 1)"! all:Lnnuli, rTun1I:"1 for six mnonths, payahlc in :udl anoe No S:or,- iptiol t1aken for a less period than Six Mouths. AD S7.TI 5T E43NTT3 inserted at the rate of $1 5.') i'm, StqUA1ti: for tlce fir:t iil rioln :l 75 c;:ars for each slllse 1'1uct oon". Eight lines or less, consti t;ito a s'1'are. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: O:e Colimni ..................... ~300 00 lIIlf Colnmn .................... 175 00 Third of Clnmn ................ 1°,0 00 F'orth of Column -... ......... 100 ti0 Cards, (occapyiug space of eight lines, orless,) .................. 20 00 Obituary Notices," Marriages, Public Teetilms, Car'ds of 'l'hapl:s, etc., to Lec paid for as adv.ýrt isementiti. 7 Peruon:il cards, 4hen admissible h-,rged Id,,ine tLm; nsu..l :4ivertisemnient ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 6 October 1869

Woui x itwaz ý Yen r 6, 1d ALEXANDRUIA, LA. WEDNESDAY ..... OCT. 6, 1869 PERSO AL.-- We are pleased to wel come again in our midst our old friend, Rev. A. D. McCoy, formerly Rector of St. James' Episcopal Church. We are glad to observe that his health is perfectly restored. In fact we never saw him look so well. Mr. McCoy commenced his labors with his old flock on Sunday last by a sermon to a large and at tentive congregation. g.. From and after this date, the steamer Celeste will be strictly the Alexandria packet. She will leave New Orleans every Wednesday at 5 P. M., reach our Town every Friday evening, and go down every Satur day at 5 P. M. Captain J. F. Muse is still in charge of the Celeste and the public of Itapides may have full reliance in her future punctuality. Another speciality of the Celeste is, at this time, a very importan~ one: her charges-for freights are still at high -water rates, four and six bits for up freights and twelve bits for cotton. Under the circumstance...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 6 October 1869

LoxNrc , Sept. 26.--The London Times, discussin g Cuban matters, says: ( "He moust be a: clever man who Clan cl determine the intentions of the United States with respect to Cuba. There c are two parties ,i i the 'United tlautes - one favoriong non-ilter'vet-tion, the t other pl:provin- of Minister Sickles' courIse; and;, finaIly, there is the P'resi- t dent, who vilbrates between the two; I but there cannot be two otpinions in re gard to the blauders which Sickles has made." IAnnurn, Sept. 26.--The Government intends to compel the Bishops to take the oath of allegiance to the new con stitntion. The RIepubliean Club of this city wast closed -in consequence of their adop tion of a resolution in favor of armed resistance to monarchy. Republican meetings are becoming, general in the principal Spanish cities. 1 Senator Castellar, in addressing twenty thousand persons at Saragossa, t urged death before monarchy. i IJ.tVAs.%, Sept. G.-It is reportedI that Gen. Jordan has written a letter...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 6 October 1869

WVASIuINCrTON Inv;iG'S Lv.--We enpy as follows fromn the Philadelphia Inquirer : About the baclhelorhood of Washing ton Irving there always hnung a cloud of mystcry, which even his famintiliar a:tcqulaitantees tried in vain to di:pel. Bat the grave that more generally hides than discloses the well-kept se crets of a life-time, having just closed over the late Miss 1:ehccea Gratz, ofd this city-a HeIbrw I:ly of excmplry i goodness, and who was notedl for thoe greatnless of her b,nu'ety to all poor and needy persons-we are informed thatl she was the occasion of Irving's single life. In regard to the matter, a cor respondent of the Jewish Messenger writes: '-Twenty years ago I lhe crd the story -a story that has long been current in Philadelphia in Jewish circles, among, her friends and acquaintances, and which has again been revived here since her death. It runs thus: Many years ago, when Miss Gratz was a young girl, Washington Irving, then already risen in literary reputation, came t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 13 October 1869

r·j V.t.~7 `ri iicij -2?fTv A·'-;.1-- ".i £- )1 Iil Un o E ti Pr t I' I ', ., : . 1 71)7 ýLZ': ý? I ;ý$ !ý:' ' F r ý ý !; f7 . a n ", .;i Pf: 11 :GH r` 44 r? -F-lw C41 404S 1 A II t ,r ý/r t11 _t{ 1 ý r : i Sl 77' f 1 1J~l) 7 ) TTAA ý..f 7rcr .sic:r ,7atlf eerar , ,3 if~(, vO~mdE ~5, Aw 'T -1~ ?lMS : THE DBMOCRAT" isphblishetdWeek ly, at FryVE ?OLL~An per n)num, THREE for six monthk, payable in advance No Subscription taken for a less period than Six Months. ADVERTIS2EM NT- 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 tute a sjnal:re. The following are our . rates to yearly Advertisers: Oe Co rn......................... $30 00 Half Cuolun.................... 175. 0 'hird of Column ..... 0 .....-.; 130 00 Fourth of Column.:-.-' - .......... 100 00 Cadls, (occupying space of eight .lines, or less,).......... . 20 00 ,Obituary Notices, Marriages. Public Meetings, Cards of Thalnks, etc., to be paid fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 13 October 1869

ALEXANDRIA, LA. WEDNBSDAYA...... .OCT. 13, 1869 BPECIAL NQTICEl.;& THE LADIES OF ST. JAMES Church, propose hblding their FAIR on, T..s d wd aiay. s a.d S rNs.uar, and beg all the members of the Church will send in contributions of Work, 'Cake and Meats, early on TUESDAY the 2d,. and respond liberally to this call. 1NTOTIOCE I REV. E. P. PALMER, will prench in this place as usual on the 3d 8ab bath, October 17th 1869. ,T OTIC ElI The Tuarwm will give a perform ance at the Ice House Hall, on SAT URDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 16, 1869. At which time will be presented, for the first time in Alex andria, (by any Company,) the Drama, entitled: THE IEND OF THE Eli a 7'M to~ aoe2 The whole to. conclude with the laughable burlesque, BOMBASTES FUlRIOOI .- Prot CwrMz will be in attend ance with a Full Orchestra! For further particulars, see programnies. P We would refer our readers to the advertisement of the old Ph fnix Mutual Life Insurance Company of Hartford Conn.. which appears in our coln...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 13 October 1869

WL.m.oTro0, Oct. 4.-The privateer Hornet, alias Cuba, appearel off Smith. rille on Saturday ,eveninc, flying the Cuban ioolors. It has been defiltely a-c:rtained that she has two hundrud mr-n and thirty officers aboard. A maj crity of the latter are ex-Confederates. Ir armament con. sists of ieght heavy guns. She yesterd.,s anchored inside of the bar and sent bth engineer and pursuer to the city tg Iecurs a supply of coal; that which was taken aboard of New York not being adapted tSo quick movement. Suspicions being soon aroused, the offi cers, after engaging a supply of coal, re turned to their vessel witheut making ar rangements to get the coal aboard ; they lelt this city last night about 12 o'clock for Smithville, 35 miles below this city, it small rowboats. Collector of Cufioman Rumley, chartered the steam tug Alpha. this morning at 4 o'clock. and having placed in his hands a Deputy United States Marshal's warrant, issued by the United States Comnmiesioner, placed him aboard wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 13 October 1869

[cOGrmrUED FROM FIRST PASNJ against the heartless flirt. But Mar vin always listened to his remarks - with a supercilions smile, and went back to revel, in Madul Stanley's smiles and it the :shallow brightness of her black eyes - "What did you say, Janette, about Mr. Marvin ?" "Nothing; Miss Maud, only that I saw him and Mr. Brandon at Mrs. .Beverly," replied Miss Stanley's patient maid and general confidante. "Shocking ! I suppose he will have to follow suit, however. All the gen tlemen are going into raptures over that, Cora Beverly. Such taste! (Hand me that almond powder, Janette.) I wish he would not as sociate with that Brandon. I don't fancy him very much. Does not this pearl powder improve my complex ion wonderfully ?" "Mr. Lorrimer says that Miss Beverly is the most beautiful young lady in the city," suggested Janette. "And papa declares that she has the finest intellect of any woman of his acquaintance. WVht a pity that she is not rich I" Her sentimeiits and those of Mr. M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 20 October 1869

- ý ." WA t?ý : . L. .j ,-_H "! ýi ."1ii I ) ~ ,ý iy y"a ,ý s 4iJ s iai' * 'W~iag= i~p L u~r~ ..t. -41 ? ~ A ~ ~ r) e4i~ )2i~ VOLUIVL 25.1 ALEXANDRIA LA_ WEDNESDATOs s A., TEMR1MS: T El 16 Ih& S : TEs DBMOCRAT" ispablished Week ly, at sv Doll.ARns per annumn, TrREE for six months, payable in advance No Subscription taken for a less period than Six Months. 4DVaPI3rBM3STT3 inserted at the rate of $1 .50 PER SQUARE for the first insertion and 75 carers for each subse quent one. Eight lines or less, consti taute a square. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisersi One Colnun..................... $300 00 Half Column................... 175 00 Third of Columnuu.............. 130 00 Fonrth of Colnin.............. 100 00 Cards, (occupying space of eight lines,orless,)............ ...... 2000 Obituary Notices, Marriages. Public. Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. it Personal cards, when admissible sharged double the usual advertisenments. NEW ORLEAN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 20 October 1869

__4 ALE4~D. WND~DAY oa. ~136 cu~iqd on "Suday, :Oqtobe 2dh. I Rev. A. 1), "kOOLywUhold oer tacw; and presc. on 8unday morning the-$1at. .:8PEOXIL .NOTI.O1 I 'JrHE LAD)IES OP Itc.,- JAMES TL Car t REOge ,god their FP FYt8on, r.( STjml l *l tedm 8a s 3ni of ui bt, eod-b g.all, tae members of the Church rii3l, saed ,it, qonttibutions of Work, Cake and Meats, early, .on TUESDAY tha. U2d; .and.:resposdt Ubtra2ey to this W We cal atte~tion to the low., cai o Win. A. Seat' ·, who, since, lhe suspensioa of ftle pner9ees of the; seminary, devoftes hiai'hole atteutia to his profealpn. Ee ompliimentary beneft has? boeztendered, byp. to}e citizens of. A41is1 4 to Mr. 3. I. ldeyj. the' leading actor of. "te:= 4sA pu. Tnee 4yJs: 46 b4ist.,"haw beenxed as the night, sndthebeanuifukls:n a *I o~IMGOMAR, TKE' BTlBRE&MAN, Is th o epiece .e let e S rnee 1'id drty,. vndezcl~haga, aesekirar. or Othw, entlefaeds sfroai frt gobdsdie MrWq.A"ed to pertse thio.ard ; of.: Waishe, which will be found n-anot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 20 October 1869

COME .IN IEAl 1E DREAMS. Come in begutifi de &ib,love. Oh! cout toitne oft, When the white wings of sleep On my bosom lie soft; Oh! come when the sea, In the moon's gently light Beats soft on the air, Like the pulse of the it ht And the stars on the dow. Come in beautiful dreams, love, Oh! come, and we'll stray Where the whole year is crowned With the blossoms of May Where each sound is sweet As the coo of the dove, And the gales are as soft As the breathings of love; Where bthe beams kiss the waves, And the waves kise the beach, And onr warm lips may catch . Te oweset laseoga they play teach. Came. in beautiful dreamp,; love, Oh! come, atd w+l fly, Like two winged spirits Of love, through tb6 sy -, With hand clasped in hand. SOn pu' 4reo-riungswe'll go, Where the starlight and moonlight Are bleinding their glow; And on the bright clouds we'll linget, Of purple and gold. 'Till1 the angels shall envy The blises they behold. 16ide D "ee 1i;f ad startridg Character, [From the N. O....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 20 October 1869

_ rscmannd Pow ruarr PAGE} reved her brilliant face and regal form with a smile oftriumph, then wenton. "Yes, it is that. How excelently I have triumphed over Cora Berv$yl i The creature will be_ terribly disp pointed. She was trylag t ion Henri --4hat was plainly to be seen. Only think, Janette!I shall soon be mistress of Marvin Hall!" Ohapter IV. Henri Marvin was pnszled, perplexed with himself He had not gone to Mr. Stanley's house that evening with the intention of proposing to his danughter, but in some strange manner he had Sbeen led on and on until he had at last walked forth with the promise of Maud Stanley to be his wife. It was a das ziong prospect-to win tlie regal Miss Stanley from a host of other competi tors. Of course Mr. Marvin duly ap preciated his good fortune. But, then, Cora Bevarly. He was interested in her. He would have liked exceedingly to have extended his acquaintance with her. Not with any serious inten lions, however. Oh no, of course not. X HMarvin eleva...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 27 October 1869

4 ,· r : :,,-"E:. . ..,. ;ý^ ' ý;.' ' 1.';<` ,: Ji ;; '. ', %f = ;`,' , : xE'ý^+ ' + ra s+' `' i y' 3 l.. R1 trE " 1.4 p L t j2J:2 ý' Al" ý 'iý1 S. " ;I t l:i ý `; ,' t.yt.[l ,! r t Y iL ' "i!' f (;+ °rj 'a, ,l/ ° i L'" !- 1 : t)ý 1 + !si#.ý, . rr;.1{ ' )+i 6 iý ; v :l: 111x.F [{ý t M .0 A f t&.-w04 i 4 'ý:^ [r .' : ý 'rý LI L-d· .%t. ;'3'Sý L .Uu' "i 11ý ý i_ I3I`r : < : ; ~.Hý Yri Yc i VOLUME 25. 1 ALEXANDRIA La · r IE E~-BOS-A!:TX~. ~7~~~R- · rr~ ttt~'i~~#i-; i a~~' ""'"OL TEE  S : T·pB D-Pf OCRAT" is publishedWeek ly, at. TIVE DOLLARS per annum, THIlrUIE for six months, payable.in advauce. ,-o kimnsotiptio takenou for a lees period ;han $i. Months. . DYaa3RTISMDNT3 insrted 4t, the rate of $1. 50 PeR SQUARE for tl0 flrst iaserio iand, 7 cers for eacht subse quent one. Eight lines or less, bonsti age a squrare. The folloivin ale our r es to yotrly Advertisers: One Columoin.-.-. - -- -----.... $300 00 Half Column........... ----- -...... 175 C Third of Colnmtt...-.. .....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 27 October 1869

ALEXADIRIA LA. WAD . 27,t V. 1869 U1jS. TIObISON wifl, herqabler, iYJnh, duilltlon to her School, give. tn' WEDNESDAY and FRITDAY Onp -t lgs,' from s3 o'clock till'S P. M., In structions in that beautifnul and fash iopable Afgha work, - and Deczqotssc ala or the art of painting on China, Glass. Wooa, Silk or Linen-aloe, Em braidery efall lkdd, Crochetting, Tot -"khe weather, for the past' week, has ifai'taien omiewhat of a change. On Friday" we were bilessed with a. aprofuse and wolf ore a~inice~which wtime we' have had . real cold "snap, with se+etatita nnlng n~olst, bordering on a f`e e.. , .. Thb~ ~Rver, now the most erratic of Institutions, has again started -orise d siriawefle tip. tfwo feet, 'lp Is algaabbf po` sin £6 a'euw and the yi~e~dl` '. s wft'ly be4 aofr. TE jireseltweather h owever, bids fair to proi' of material bneflt to tthe. tairYd ` Twenaty one b~tiyels Of the new ýCrop of 1sitep Ie ron ire on SUodliy, iilta flfeiyn tIP 91ev *6* from thb' LebhA n futacoin yijou Bo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 27 October 1869

TO LOUISE. a ii The shadows are ceeping o'w iete dear, , They're shutting out the light And I shall be alone, Loauie, tl With the black and gloomy night, U If you loved me, Louise, It would take away the pain That is sadly dropping on my heart, a SLikeagnisty myermiegggge .. - r ",r, lmyaghnug, l m;fnlg, n " i And thi rosseloa*aftl .i Now the time is coming, love, For she silent night and snow." My heart is sadly aching There's a void that none can All- Oh! is its throbbing ceaseless, d Is it never to be still? I shall peacefully deep, darling, if some one for me will care; Will sometimes give me a loving thoug't 1: When I am lying there. r Will you care fuor me. darling I t When I lie under the sod In the silent, sacred churchyard, Alone with God. -[N. O. Picayune. EEABING THE OANNON SNAP. In the beginning of the war, when we were all green in campaigning and 8 mighty cautious in our movements, I was one of a picked squad sent by or der of General Price to watch the.move ments of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 27 October 1869

t MISOELLANEOUg. PAS8L o61flISTIAN OOLLEGE, -DIRECTED BY T IE EXERlCISES OF THIS INSTITU tion will re-commente on bthe .FIBS of OCTOBUR.,rthe session ploeg, eet ,til end of Jaey," Students of all denolpina tious are idn~ltted and their religous opi ionu are tidrestridted. Payments for Term of Five Months, Inva riably in advance. Board, washing, tuition and Doe tor'S fees, per term of live mongth.$10 00 Eutrance fee, to be paid once onay.. ,10 00 Vacation at College. ........... 60 00 Music and Drawing.,-............ 3000 At the begluging. of each term, every studint is required to deposit Twenty-Five DoTlmrs for books, stationary and other in cidental expenses; if any remains onex jiedcqd !it the eid 'of the terpi, it shall be returned. 'No advance -i money or elothing shall be made to any student.: . Books fiaraished at earrent pries. 8madents ireaeived at any time during the year, and charged fr*p date of en trance. No student will be received for a shorter period than five month...

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

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

~dgnisiarn ~~rrtflW.4 aLExANr ...... LN.1 wEDNESDAY..... NOvV. 8 3869 The Virgini4 '* After a slight inv ,tm "'we have discovered that the twa new Senators from Virginia are muinch more:capecta ble than we had feared they erg. .ae guessed rightly in snpposing'that Judge Jolmston was a nephew of Gen. Joseph E. Jiohdston. -fi is a son of the Hon. C. C. Johnston who, while a member of Cengress from Virginia, was, drowned in the Potomac about the year x$31. Senator Johnston married a sisty oc Governor John B. .Foyd,1 and., his own sister adopted as a. daughter by Gov crnor Floyd, is married to Robert W. HIfghes, formerlyledItr of the Rich inond Examiner, and at present editor of a Radical paper in Richmond. The nmw Se.n-t4.r was'anlember of the Vir i;iuia Senaite some'years ago and is at pres'it a Judge of the Ciorcuit Court. lie has ever bu-n a Democrat and took some part ' in the war,. which renders it necessary that his disabilities should .e reimoved, as we learn from Radical onr...

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