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

Contrast -Fither' Ryan and Gan. Lee. The Banner of tSotlh iJs a ,type qf implacables. Chaplain Ryan, it edi tor, advises Our people- - - "To let their wounds remain ever open-ever fresh--ever bleeding. Let the eyes of the rising 'generation gaze upon them, and the hands of the com ing generations shall pour into them the only balm thatean he al them the balm of independence." . In contrast tosuholan iqmplacable les son of hate so little in accord with the teachings of his Divine Master, we have the statetmanlike and Christian utterances of the leader of the Confed erate armies. He declined to attend the Gettysburg memorial- meeting, to mark the ljosition of the opposing ar mies because he 'deemed that such an olject was calculated to keep awive the sharp memory and the consequent bit terness of the war. What a contrast between the professed "man of peace" and the "mighty iian of war. The one wishes "the wonnd to remain ever open-ever "fresh--ever bleeding." General Lee, more true to...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 3 November 1869

git .ERIODICALS. The- il. Quarterly Review, T : Ediburghk Review! T  estt last r evlew, T 'oerth? iBrtish Review, and Bl dwee4's Eldinburgh Magazine. T EI REPRINT OF THE LEADING Quarterlies and 1Blackwood are now Indispensable to all who desire to keep themselves fully informed with regard to the great subjects of the day, as viewed by the est scholars and sonudest thinkers in Great Britain. The contributors to the pages of thessReviews are maweiho stand at the head of the list-of English writers on Science, Religion, Art, aci General Lit ktatere, and whatever is worthy of discus ýsloi fiads attention in the' pages of these Reviews and Blackwood. The variety is so great that no subsoriber can fail to be satisfied. These Periodicals are printed with tho rough fidelity to the English copy, and are offered at prices which place them within reach of all. T. RMB OR 1869. For any one ; the Reviews.........$4 00 For any two of the Reviews.... ...,. 7 00 V"or any three of the Reviews,.......

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 10 November 1869

*qI ;t. maK 1 iftsft i ___ o zco do VOLU 2 IOSSAT] T ADE WORLAD IS W-E DN ESDA, TOO T R 10,: C VOLUME 25.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, NOV ME-R 10, 1' .. . h .. TI EJ IE i SI THE D14MO^RAT" is lpblishedWe ek ly, at Fivr DoLLAtS per :lunlllln, IuF.I: for isix Iiantlis, payable in adv.c: t No .4t!ascription takenl for a loss period tlhan Six Months. AI73131ISM 9iNT3 inserted at the rate of $1 50 rin. SQUARE for the first inlertio't and 75 CErTS for each subse qf:ja-t one. Eight lines or loss, consti ntlt.: snlare. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers : Onu Column............ ....... $300 00 I{Hlf Column.................... 175 00 Third of Column ............... 130 00 Fourth of Column---....---..----....-.. 100 00 Cards, (occupying space of eight lines, orless,).................. 20 C00 Obituary Notices, Marriages. Public Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. 1 Personal cards,: when admissible htarged double the usual advertisomeuts. NEW OR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 10 November 1869

ALEXANDRIA, LA. WO)NESDAY,........NOV. 10, 1869 . OTICE TO TIlE MELMER8 OF THE CATTIOLIC CHURCH. rTHE gentlemen who are members of I the Catholic Church.are respect fully vitd .9imjet together in the Ch.u o o k era- axvier, Alexan lee ataninst., at 11 o'~Odl 1t. .' b ordefti confer on mnttera pertaiping'o themi Church. -. B, AV tlArD, htor lvemanbe# 10tb,18609. bergj ev to- tuener ter thanks to Mr,4. Pelowu, Ot-t , Ice House ho tel, the merchants'd oAlexandria, the officers of the steanrers Rapides, Ce leste and Richmond, and to the citi zens of Alexandriw and vicinity, for many favors extended them during the progros of the late Fair. Noth ing but such kind attentions and liberality could have secured the complete success their enterprise has S net with. 'T'nU ElusTions.--Important State elections in New York, New Jersey an. West Virginia have just taken pl, andf the result is a complete and "Jt ie. ,Demooratic victory I The end oithe lane has at last been reach ed, the backbone...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 10 November 1869

THE GRAVE OF THE REBEL. BY OSIANDO. Without a rose to breathe its hbal; Around the rebel's dreoomlesnsleep, Without a star, when skies saa calm. Its vigils. o'er the dead to keep, This grave--this lone and silent grave Is consecrated by the brave. But is the gorgeous banner hung With swd wnd wreath above his tomb? For him Fiame's pread trumpet rung? For him do sacredlaurels bloom? Oh. no ! the -rebel metat not share The trophies which the mighty bear. But when the banded patriots poured Like dark plumed eagles to the fight, Whan drum andeianuot wildly roared, His spirit glowed wilth Treedom's lighs; "Release our native shrines or die ! " Oh, how he swelled that fatal cry' But there was one whose beauteous eve Diffused its brightest tears 'n vain, And like a late's unheeded sigh. In silence breathed her plaintive strain; His wife, unto whom was given A heart that had its love from heaven. Then why should cypress tree or rose, With sunny light around them poured. In this lone pl ce th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 10 November 1869

LOVE AND AGE. I played with you 'mid cowslips growing, When I was six and you were four, When garlands weaving, flower-balls throwing, Were pleasures soon to please no more. Thro' groves and meads, o'er grass and heather, With little playmates, to ans4ro, We wandered hand in hand together: Blut that was sixty years ago. You vIrew a lovely roseate maiden, And still our early love was strong; Still with no cares our days were laden, They glided joyously along; And I did love you very dearly How dearly, words want power to show; I thought your heart was touched as nearly: Bunt that was fifty years ago. Then other lovers came around you, Your beauty grew from year to year, And many a splendid circle found you The centre of its glittering .phere; I saw you then first vows forsaking, On rank and wealth your hand bestow; 0, then I thought my heart was breaking: But that was forty years ago. And I lived on to wed another; No cause she gave me to repine; And when I heard you were a mother, I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 17 November 1869

4 . ©. R. - - rrý Wo TLroS , -- ' "" o:o-'.- - .- --" V2LA " E .. .I... . , " - VOLUME 25. ALEXANDRIA, LA., WED E8AT", NOVEMBER 17,-8 8,f--- . . _r "Y ' - · "  " " . . . . - . • "- --  m -0. . T 'El ERI 3 S : TE- DEMOCRAT" ispnbliabed Week ly, at FIVE DOLLARS per antrln, THREE for six mouths, payable in advance No Sabsoription taken fora less period than Six Months. AD3V..3tIsBM J3 inserted at the rate of $1 53 PER SQUARE for the first ins.rtion and 75 CE.NT for each subse qUant one. Eight lines or less, cAniati tato a square. l'he following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: OneColumn...................~ $J0 00 IHalf Cumn.............. ....... 115 00 Third of Colnime.................... 13000 Yomrth of olihmn.............. 1' 00'00 Cards, (occnpying space of eight lines, orloea,).................. .20 o0 Obituary Notices, Marriages. Public Meetings, Cards of. Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. 7P' Personal cards, wihe admissible ehlaried double the usual advertis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 17 November 1869

ALEEXltNDIA, LA." W]B~D~LPBDA. .iYO. ~17 1869 Lookot ,foar 1Y.un! TI! JIANS PERFORM TO-NIGHT? T)EME.IBRkAET TO-NIGHT IS Ii~tbi.4L& -1Q00MflT .of the Thes pians, iz d t ompiimentary ben V 2~b n-T ' TsI =I W F _ t~ bae k1rji be on hand.' P"omera than two weeks have we been troubled in the `extreme to learn full and certain partil~tdars of the ter rible calamity, -hat -has befallen our pomipupity i theb loes, aq the Steamer Stonewall, of Captain J. C. Dowty. At.Jlast oar3worqt fears are realised, all doubts, areaetznove and we have to announce his death and pay a feeble andc&psslagetribute to thse memory of the deceased. John Cross Dowty was born-in the Town of Cape. Giradeau, Missouri, in the year 1828. His parentage was good ard respetable. and e received early in life the rudiments of a good education.. After finishing his collegi ate daties h came to Louisana, -when yet in his teens, in thi Fall of 1846, and at.once obtained a situation as as sistant elerk on the-steamer H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 17 November 1869

B RWRNE D) Oc· ran 27th, THE STAMERI STO-IWALI. BY WIELTILEA E. GrIIAIAM. Oh! irst'esiesplsddhre of ailent f*~ltsn ; Oh! breakJiugulfs of sarrow aod desppir, Oli! broken spara of mentory's dark stotms, After the fearful ending-where, oh, where (When skies are pure as holy Sabbath psalus, And red waveaglide alobg_ with peace fill flow,; When Hope, our h4ier, isafely holds, and Calms Steal oter' *q)-whereid1 the loved ones go) Down 'mid the yellow alime-aud sea-weed ooze. And depths of darkness deeper than the past; Down mid the broken spars and iron thews - -Fleviet swaylng to the ebb. and vast, Wiff anderflgow of~saves; or mn, still on, Swept by the restless sweep out to sea, There, 'till the resurrection's solemn dlawn Reposing, royal captives, chained yet free ! h01, hearts we fondly-love, oh, pallid lips, Oh, clinchifg palms and swiftly glazing eyes, - Ye bore our farewell kiss, from earth's eclipse Saf Lhome with, Thee beyond the im -noidl skies; - And we ! oh, God, the spoecl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 17 November 1869

WORDS FOR PARTING. $Y MARY CLEMMER AMES. 0, what shall I do, my dear, In the coming years, I wonder. When our paths, which lie so sweetly near, Shall lie so far asunder 1 0. what shall I do, my dear. Through all the sad to.mnorrow, When the sunny smile has ceased to cheer, That smiles sway all sorrows1 What shall I do, amy friend,. When yon are gone forevert My heart its eager need will send Through the years to find you, never, And how will it be with yon, In the weary world, I wondere Will you love me with a love as true When our paths lie far asunder 1 A 'weeter. iadder thing My litfeor1aving known you; Forever with my ascred kin, My soul's soul I mnust own yen, Forever mine, my friend, From June till life's December, Not mine to have or hold, Mine to pray for and remember. The way is short, my friend. That reaches out before us; God's tender heavens above us bend, His love is smiling o'er us. A little while is ours For sorrow or for laughter: I'll lay the hand you love in yours ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 24 November 1869

----- ** -I ll·il I - Jig MM- age g g -g gg a gg g ,HEDWAD A. BIOSSATJ THE WOIRLD IS QIVERED TOO MUH-I "TI.LS _ VOLUME 25. } ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 294, 1869. "N.IL aT.. I I l l eM l aiD I aIggH g I H H 1 1 IM I M m --. " , , .,, T IL NVI 8 : THE DEMOCRAT" ispublished Week ly, at FIVrE DOLLARS per annum, TIlilREE for six months, payable inl advance No Snbscription taken for a less period than Six Months. AD~ITI3EM3Nr3 inserted at the rate of $1 50 PER SQUARE for the first ititirtion and 75 CENTS for each sullse. qrent oneo. Eight lines or less, consti tato a squaro. 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 C:rrds, (occupying space of eight lines,orless,) ................. 20 00 Obituary Nutices, Marriages. Public Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be p'aid for as advertisements. '' Personal cards...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 24 November 1869

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: WEDNESDAY. ........ NOV. 24, 1869 The THESPIANS will give a per. formance on FRIDAY Evening No vember 26th,, at which time will be re-produced, (BY sPchL mBQus~,) the Startling Romantic Drama, Entitled: The Fiend o e Eddystone i The DomestioFarc&eft TIE DIY AFTER THIE WElDING 1 SThje same precsation will be taken to preserve order. Forfur ther particulars, see programmis. tr From and after this date, the publbation and business sffat of the DE-bORAT, will b audder the control and management of `Wy son, Edward A. Biossat. With thtll announcemenu it is well to say that the credit system carried on by me so foolishly will be abandoned, and all those disposed here after to patronise the concern musi certainly expect to pay for it. I am tired and grown old trusting every. body and having thousands of dollars charged on my books as a glaring leg acy to my creditors. Those owing -ni for work long since done can call an, pay if they choose. I hardly thin, they will ev...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 24 November 1869

HOW THEY HAD HIM. When I was young and tender too, I had to mind and had to do Whatever mother bade me; She used to have a walnut stick Which kept me on the double quick, And there was where she had me. When older grown, and quite a bean Among the girls. I used to know A Miss Priscilla Cadmy ; And with the helpof smiles and nod I fell in love at forty rods, And there was where she had me. When I was older, say sixteen, I thought it time.to have a queen, And asked her if she'd wed me; She said she didn't much object, Or words to that effeect And there is where she had me. But when, to make the matter straight I went up to negotiate Affairs with Colonel Cadmy. He said he "didn't care to sell," Ho told me I might go to-well. And there was where she had me. I drowned my sorrows in the cup Until I got my dander up (I couldn't have been madder) When she proposed that we be one, In spite of pa-the thing was done, And there is where I had her. Two lovely urchins on my knee I'm proud to say ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 24 November 1869

TO M MOTHER. BY EDWA4D F. MOREHEAD. I've been sick an dsuffering, mother, And thy image lled my mind With the olden t ughts of childhood, Now so far--oh,far behind ! Once again a smi ng urchin, Rosy-cheeked a d bright and gay: In thy lap my bo -head rested At the twilightclose of day. While thy gentle fingers, mother, Smoothed my thnged, wanton hair; 4.d,thy lips in music murmured . Snatches from some olden air, Till my weary eye-lids drooping. Closed upon tihe heaving wolld, And my roving mind in slumber All its boyish fancies furled. But I wake-how different, mother, Is the scene upon my view ! Time has girt my frame with manhood, And I'm far, oh, far from you ! Battling 'neath my country's banner, Shells and bullets passed me by; But disease, with bony fingers, Marks me out, perhaps, to die. Friends in whispers tell me, mother, Death has marked me for his own, And they sigh that thus so early Youth must hush its merry tone. Little would my spirit sorrow Even at so stern a fate, W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 1 December 1869

,DWA-P, . BIossAT] TIm WOELEm IS G-OV,REJ TOO M 0tT-O I . I. ,,,...  Z VOLUME 25.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1869. b,{NUM2. THE DEMOCRAT" ispablished Week ly, at Ir'IE DIOLLARtS per annum, TilIE:r for six months, payable in advance No SulbsCriptio taken for a less period than Six Meontbhs. AD Ir.TIrI-3E ;,Nr3 inserted at the rate of $1 53 PER sqU.AlE for the first insertion and 75 ce.xrs for each suse quent one. Eight lines or less, consti tute a square. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: One Column...................... 300 00 lialf Column .................... 175 00 Third of Column............... 130 00 Fourth of Column ............... 100 00 Cardl, (occupying space of eight lines, or less,).................. 20 00 Obituary Notices, Marriages, Public Meetings, Cards of Tbanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. t 'Prsanal cards, when admissible o's trgld double the usual aulverCtisements. NEW ORLEANS CARDS. RICE BROS. & CO., 819 ...

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

i. I. BIOSSAT,.. ..EDITOR ALEXANDRIA, LA.' WEDNSDPY,........ .DEC. 1, 1869. NOTICE. The Thespians will give a per formance at the Ice House Hal. on SATURDAY Evening, DECEMBER 4th, atjwhich time will be presented, (BT SIPECIsL Qmr tb bihly en tertaining, exciting, and sensational Romantic Drama, EntitJed : The Fiend of the Eddystone ! oR, D'TOtrVILLE'S EREVAGE I! Lamentable ALcdit-lent ofn John U. RUea ell. We are pained to record the occur rence, on Wednesday. a-st, of a dread- h ful accident, which resulted in the i death of our esteemed fellow-citizen, d John H. Ransdell, Esq. While Mr. d Ransdell was engaged in cleaning out the trash which had accumulated at v the end of thb cane-carrier of his sugar V mill, his arm became entangled in the wheel and drawn in with such force as to tear it from the socket andd almost entirely to sever it from his body. He died within fifteen minutes t after the accident. The sudden death of 'thtse respected e and estiniable citizen has cast a ui g...

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

STRANGE STORY OF TIIE WAR. THE WOM AN WITH HERE EARS CUT OFF. To the Editor of the Missouri Republican : In the Fall of 186--, I was ordered to pay off a regimentof Eastern troops, stationed at a small town in Kentucky. The regiment had been two years in the service, and was greatly reduced in numbers. The conmmander had estab lished his headquarters in the former residence of a wealthy planter, who, at the approach of the Northern army, escaped with his negrdeslto Texas. Welcome, as paymasters always were in the army, I was at once invited to take up my quarters in one of the par lors on the lower floor of the Colonel's headquarters, and to my great satisfac tion I found a tolerably well tuned piano in the room adjoining. I sent a .message to the Colonel's wife-her halsand being absent on inspoction- and askyd her permission to use the instrument during my sojouirn at the place. It was granted with great pleasure, and in less than fifteen Inin utes nmy room was filled with shoulder...

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

BE BRAVE. BY HORTENSIA. What if we must suffer on. All our suffering unreqnitted, What if morning never dawn, And our wrongs are never righted, There are greater woes than ours. In this world of pain and weepinlg, There are paths with fewer dowers, Where the desert winds are sweeping. What if the lone path we tread, Glowing with no flower bloouming, Whit if bitter tears are shed VWhile the clouds are o'i,. :gl-nming. There are hearts 'lwhose Iihuini has flin, . With the morning's opal glowing, That have bitterer sorrow known, O'er the buds that blight in blooming. O'er the past no longer grieve, hlash thy sad heart's weary aching, You can suenffer more and live, Though the chords of life seem breaking. There are many pangs of pain, In this strange life we we inherit Never to the world complain, Crush them down within your spirit. Walk on firmly in your way, Turl the key on pain and sorrow, Bravely do yonr work toaday, oLeave all weeping till to-morrow, Wear a placid ,mile above, Fro...

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

,_ ,_ "... I •~~l ,. , i:H° " " . F- , ~ "" . ' ". ..-.. .. . - , '----- . : '-.- . _ _. VOLUME 2. } ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY`; DECEMiER 8,1869. T LNE3 ·. ,. , ' ~ ~~~~~ L)    I ,I |•  s  I ,' ,, r ',, . . TTE D3S3 .A.T" ia;publi..hIdWeck for six wontlirs, pltryable in ad eiv ncr Nte 8 ibs ri'pti or): taken io a t" l ss leriiod thaii ADVJ.TI3rEiIfl-3 ihlserl:t at the rite of .p1 5. Ien: squiniF: for thei, lir iliS:LnLiO it:il: 75 Ci-Nxis ,f r. ea h Iul.,c qduriit onli.. Lighlt liles or less, collti tite a square. Tine followinig are ouid rate. to yearly Advertisers: Onol CoTt u n ..................... $--00 c Half Colulnrn.................... l7i C(. Third of Colurmn ...........- . 1:----- t Fourth of Collnnt......... ..... 100 ' Cards, (occupying space of'eight lii s, or less,) .................. 20 00 Obituary Notices, Marriages. Pthblio SMceetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisenmuts. SPcr'er.ial -cards, when admiissible barg-ed dbul,u: the ius...

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

E. R. BIOSSAT,........ EDITOR ALEXANDRIA, LA.* WEDNBSDAY,.........DEC. 8, 1869. E W We present the Democrat this week to our patrons as the Pictorial Democrat. Why this change, why all fuss and excitement? A few fiery, un tamed lines will tell the tale, will un fold the grand mystery I The Circus is coming I ! Could any announce ment create more intense excitement, more phrenzied joy All babydom, all nigger-dom, Young America, in deed even the old ones are overflowing with the Circus fever, and can hardly be kept from committing suicide under the terrible pressure. Read the pro gramme and keep your greenbacks well stored away for the jubilant occa sion. W We must call the particular at tentlon of our lady friends to the New Orleans card of Adam & Co., 76 Canal Street. This is a first class business firm, who make a speciality of making of Ladies' Cloaks by measurment; anD our fair friends, whocan not go to New Orleans, can obtain instructions and patterns. lam Elsewhere will be ...

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