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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 12 January 1870

+ Stonewall Jackson. WHO BILLED THE GREAT CONFEDERATE LEADER. [From a Communication in the New York Herald from Gen. Jos. W. Revereo. Having observed your remarks on the subject of the death of the rebel General Thomas Jonathan Jackson, I take the liberty of asking you to add my testimony to that of others so that there can remain no reasonable doubt but that he was, killed by his own troops, and will make my narrative as short as possible for your columns. At the battle of Chancellorsville I commanded the Second brigade of the Second division of the Third Army (Orps, and our division was held in reserve near the Chancellorsville I-ouse until about five o'clock on Sat ,rday afternoon, the 2d of May, 1863, which ras the time of the furious at tack made on the right of our line by Jackson, which broke the Eleventh corps, hurling it back in disorder. We were almost immediately ordered to the front to check the attack of the en emy and deployed in line of battle to the right of the Oran...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 12 January 1870

S [oNTrloNUED PROM FIRST PAGE.] ject was dismissed, for I said no more, though I know well enough, in spite of my not being an artist, that the bloom of varnish was quite another sort of a thing. The Pioneer sailed. We received or, rather, Lettie received-two letters from George, which he had taken the opportunity of sending by homeward bound whalers. In the second lie said it was hardly likely h" should have an oppoltunity of sending another, as they were sailing into high latitudes-into the solitary sea, to which none but expedition ships ever penetrated. They were all in high spirits, he said, for they had encountered very little ice, and hoped to find clear water far tiler north than usual. Moreover, lie added, Grieve had held a sinecure so far, for there had not been a single case of illness on board. Then came a long silence, and a year crept away very slowly for poor Lettie. Once we heard of the expedition from the papers. They were reported as pushing on, and progressing fav...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 19 January 1870

..".- ,. * THE WORtLD IS G.OVEENED TOO MT-TOI _ -. ...____ EDW: ýA-BIOSSA TINUMBER 29. ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1870. . AnIW A1R.LEAN8 CARDS. NEW ORLEANS CA THE sHADOW OA SHADE" it would kill her to come on it Cud - ----s.ver~-- -- r-~ - T]E DEMOCRAT" is publishedWV&ek aF.at FIVE I)OL.t\1s p)er annutlili, Trl':E for ais Ix.lut1 ... 1taable itn advance No Slbscription taken for a less period than Six Months. ADV RTI3EMNT3 inprted at the rate of $1 50 r'EI sot. Iit for the first. insortion and 75 cENTA for each subse quent one. Eight lines or less, consti tute a square. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: 1730 00 OneCollnn. u... ...*...........1.75 O(g Half Colulmnl.........---- ....... : 00 Third of Colulnh..--------------- 100 00 'ourth of Column-l....-.......... Cards, (occupying space of eight lines, orless,)..------------- 0 00 Obitnuary Notices, Marringes. Public Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be aiu for as advertisemcnts. h Peprsonal card...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 19 January 1870

Waflcutomo (irlt. E. R. BIOSSAT,........ EDITOR ALEXANDRIA, LA.: WEDNESDAY,........JAN. 19, 1870 NOTICE, THE MEMBERS OF THE "ASSO ciation to re-build St. James' Church" are hereby notified that there will be a meeting held at the Ice House Ho "tel, Thursday, January 20th. A full attendance desired. T. H. MADD)OX, J. M. BARRETT, President. Secretary. Special. Heyman & Levy, Cheneyville La., have bought out the large and varied stock of goods of Alex. M. Haas,'of the same place, and are offering the great est inducements in the [way of cheap bargains. They are determined to close out this stock at the very cheap est rates, in order to make room for a new and large Spring stock. Be sure, and give them a call. DAN RICE COMING AGAIN I Keep cool'old folks, fair maid ens, little ones, darkies, one and all, keep cool and don't spoil. Dan Rice, with his line and pol ished horse opera, will be here to morrow morning, and perform at 2 and 7 P. M. As this is the last chance to see a Circus ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 19 January 1870

The, nore.t - HIOW A IGOAMY WAS PF.P:Zr ,:T D IN IL.LTOI (Fl'om the{itCfi d (Ill.) d onitor. n, About for' Ve11ars "o, as" +1rI " 'T w l cnn learU; tle!'e innt to it hf d. be from li(o,,,i. a i- v about Yteals, <i voite age, cAling It ' , C.ro ,' ea H e- I eugz~ ed in t0eipatlirl nt b 'oearci'iit cluOs ,e i ' d~ te,istor Wit. h I side caile A V o, apupalen ly about :i Poto ae reiBled aver the do- 1-sn -esticdepartmient of Cavoi; Sle i:- c ae' presed herself .. th t widovlhtled woll dnia ter-in-ltw' of the n , and ih:.li 1-) tn cliildren 'aho passe as her ehil- ofi J-en and the mao g,. "id-.hpl . . . .-: I1-c She was generalZS knli ni in the lril,- - borhlieod as-te'WidiW Cavolt." Boit ':'h the mlilnndl he woman represented - that her bisbanld, dying, had com-I on i Ieled her and the children to the eonl cifre of his father, with the ngg.nt 1r.- -;Lar7 quest tliathb would always ren:itn with r;ot and protect and care f1ir tliel. The I.-u tifuily were considercd by tllo:;e wh...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 19 January 1870

[CONTINUED PROM FIRST PAGE.] ask him to continue to visit us. I should be glad to hear the particulars of poor George's death; but that I could not let him see my sister, and hinted, as delicately as I could of the impropriety of which he had seen guil ty when he last visited. He took it all very quietly, only giving a long, weary sigh when I told him, I must beg him not to repeat his visit. He looked so weak and ill, that I was obliged to ask him to take a glass of wine-an offe" which he seem ed to accept with great pleasure. I got out the sherry and biscuits, and placed them on the table between us, and he took a glass and drank it off greedily. It was not without some difficulty that I could get him to tell me of George's death. He related, with evi dent reluctance how they had gone out to shoot a white bear, which they had seen on an iceberg stranded along the shore. The top of the berg was ridged like the roof of a house, sloping down on one side, to the edge of a tremen dous o...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 26 January 1870

- • I j m"" ,)i EDiJD A. oBIOSSA TIE WOLD Is G-OVRED 'oo0 Muc UC Pras-' VOLUME 25. } ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 26, 1870. INUMBERsQ. ------------- TEJMS: TIHE DEMOCRAT" is pnblished Week ly, at FIVE DOLLARS per annul, TIIREF. for six mouths, payable in advance No dnbscription taken for a less period than Six Months. ADVE1 TI3Ei NTr3 inserted at the rate of $1 50 PER SQUARE for the first insertion and 75 CENTS for each snbse qucut one. Eight lines or less, consti tute a square. The following are our rates to yearly~ ldvertisers : One Column .....................--- $3 00 Half Columnn.................... 175 00 Third of Colnmn ............... 130 00 Fourth of Colnmn........ -...... 100 00 Cards, (occulting spacerof eight lines, or less,)------....--------............. 20 00 Obituary Notice, Marriages, Public Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. '* Personal cards, when admissible hbrged dunble the nsual advertisements. . , P , q . ,,'r'I'  ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 26 January 1870

E. R. BIOSSAT,....... EDITOR ALEXANDRIA, LA." W!,DZfNSDAY,..... JAN. 26, 1870 Ili I m NOTICE, PURSUANT TO THE PETITION of twelve freeholders, a special session of the Police Jury will be held on Thuroday, the 3d day of February, 1870. Business of Importance will come before said Jury. C. W. BOYCE, President. MEN'S SHIRTS AND UNDERWEAR. No house has yet taken the lead of our friend Captain Walshe in the variety of his stock and the superior make of his shirts, (we should say premium shirts,) together with his model way of doing business, every article being marked in plain figures, one price to all buyers, and only a moderate profit asked on the "quick sales, small profits" plan, which is, after all, the way to build up a large trade, such as he has, for all kinds of Men's Furnishing Goods, and Boys' and Children's Cloth ing and Underclothing. We therefore advise our friends and readers to give Captain B. T. Walshe, No. 110 Canal street, an early call, when we guaran tee them polite ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 26 January 1870

MUSIC EVERY WHERE. BYIT M. R. BRADBURY. I. There's music in the forest, At mnorning's earliess hour; When pearly dewdrops glisten On every tree and Ilower 'Tis when the mou~taon zephyrs The pine's dark jraches move, It echoes o'er the nmad4#iws Bird notes of mirth ald love. There's mnsie where, the moonlight Comes datiing o'er the lake, In many a gentle whh itp* That viewles$ spititpjraT e; The hiseet's'happy-chos • Thiat swells on evenhig air, In aevry rustlinglealet There's muste everywhere. Tlh'e'~iusic on the ocean, W1hen the wild tempest raves, Add weten the winds are sleeping Deep in their coral caves; Whit lsilvet stars are shining O'e' ripples soft and fair; There's "music on the waters" 'L'here umsio overywhere. : p- The following which should guide persons attending divine wor ship is sensible and instructive: "In entering church, with a lady, precede her when ascending and de scending stairs, as also in seeking a seat. In one case it is especially po lite-you act as a sor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 26 January 1870

MISCELLANEOUS. A] STANDARD PERIODICALS FOR 1870. paublished by the Leonard Scott Publish ing Co., New York. Indispensable to all desirous of being well informed on the great sub jects of the day. i. THE EDINBURGH REVIEW. r HIS is the oldest of the series. In its Bt main features it still follows in the path marked out by Broughinm Jeffrey, Sydney Smith and Lord Holland, its orig inal founders and first contributors. 2. THELONDON QUARTERLYRE VIEW, which commences its 125tth volume with the January number, was set on foot as a rival to the Edinbnrgi:. It resolutely maintains its opposition in politics, and shows equal vigor in its literary depart. ment. 3. THE WESTMINSTER REVIEW, has just closed its 92d volume. In point of literary ability this Review is fast ris ing to a bhvel with its competitors. It is au the advocate of political and religious - liberalism. 4. THE NTORTH BRITISH REVIEW, now in its 51st volume, occupies a very high position in periodical. literature. Passing beyond...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 2 February 1870

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 2 February 1870

F. U. BIOYSAT . EDITOR ALEXANDRIA, LA. WBDQNRSDAY,... ...... FEB. $1 70. NOTICE. PURSUANT TO THE PETITION of twelve freeholders, a special session of the Police Jury will be held on Thursday, the 3d day of February, 1870. Business of Importance will come before said Jury. C. W. BOYCE, President. Death of George D. Prentice. The recent death of Mr. George D. Prentice, of Kentucky, has been an nounced by telegraph. A veteran edi tor has passed away, and one whose infaluence has been felt on the popular mind for more than forty years. Mr. Prentice was a native of Con necticut and at the time of his " death was In the sixty-eighth year of his age. His reputation rests on his conduct of the Louisville Journal. of which he was the editor through 'the most exciting political campaigns the country has hitherto passed. Few men wielded a more polished and vig orous pen. For years the Journal was the leading mouthpiece of the great party of which Mr. Clay was the great leader. Mr/.Prentice pas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 2 February 1870

A PRAYER. Father, guide my feeble footsteps! Anrrows gather round my path Cares andl griefs assail my spirit, Like dread ministers of wrath. Thou alone, the heart's deep anguish. Canet soothe and quiet at Thy will, And to sorrow's wildest billows Softly whisper-"Pee, be still !" At Thy thrne now lowly bending, All my eares I bring to Thee: .Pather, strengthen and defend me Bid the dark dread shadows flee. Leaning on Thine arm eternal. Safe the thorny road I'll tread, Knowing that the sunlight waits me When the eloads of grief have sped. E. Paoioned by Hair Dye. Shortly after the death of Dr. J. M. Witherwax; which occurred on the 15th of last 'June, the Scott Co., Medical Society appointed a com mittee, consisting of Drs. J W. H. Baker, Hazen, Farquarson, Cantwell, and French, to investigate the cau ses which led to his death, it having been the opinion of several medical gentlemen that he died from the ef- t fects of lead poison. t The Committee, through Dr. Ba- I her, have prepare...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 2 February 1870

S MI8CELLANEOUS. AL | "" Dr. RICHAU'S GOLDEN REMEDIES. I"Cethese 4 and save tile, health entd money! Ra - .O00 REWARD! - For sly c fr DeisseU ianf stage which they fail'to care!! I 'RITCHIAU'S Golden Balsan lj9. 1 Senrds UlTebtre, Uleerated feu Tet at4 n rd. Month, Sore Eyes. Cutaneous Erip ~tiohR, Copper-colored llotchs, Sorene4s of :the italp, Scrufna, &C: it i; the trehbtSt fRenovatt, .Alterttive atnd l;lbod"P'trifier knowa;, ~ertes l meontl ryfir',ortb6 sbte teo. and leaves tbe hlnpd pure and healthy.. DL,. CHAU?8 Goldep $tleam, No. 2, ures Mgrp1ruial Aflectios, Rheuma tism io all.its forms, and, gives immediate rSlief in dgJcaes. Price o£either No. 1 or i2, per bottle, or two:bottles far $9. D R. RICHAU'S Golden Antidote,. a rf ./ pid pad radical cure. for all .nrinary derangeerhents. Price $3 per bottle D g.aI.'RIHAU'S Golden liiri'.D' jnopýtr, D ,'dical' eure a ot oNetvobhsor Gcueral 1h>ilitt,<in ih or joug; inipatrim 9 tner gy'wtth wdenderfM f e'fect. Price . pe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 9 February 1870

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Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 9 February 1870

*eai iaaa Nt.z at. ~r~u -T F f k O ,..:~i',..:.. EDITOR, A~LEXANDRIA, LA. 91N~b 1, . 9, 870. To Imdo Ndfr e/Jk.eDemtternr.:;. :" KAaO1 J:*Wi...Ui .ud iqSe to give notice. thqt $,fl44ig~ !:YQIpdL3 J..ý P. DW + Sell p~ ofthePi'teis E" sejpopai ','rc tn L6biaiiatna, J*ii f t hemutebch Ali~Alndria, Aaa I(cona&OIiviet Olbureb ip.: Pipievl~le ..a ud4 º2 M d3Ithiq mon$Iaf foe. the gp of adigiIpIste qug tile A4posbolic jute of .Qion1n{t~ton Divine sietvlce Mu Ot tyI& McbntOlvst, PinevIile 4 airgs t, be oQ 1 lease AMOS'iDs4cOY, Reelor. Alegan vi6k I~usa lo. flih: ISO. e eg th~t,ý ago iha*ReWef on tbewbaJL..jg eulE ;iUny . taatbch "mriab, o apide'Atim: thIpurnpoze o~f Bing' auobet ;iaaisb4.' This Is Hof 'eb~irbd dl4ke,'I dike' ifiifiar fWlQ0 l criiMn '. tfb!1 af h ces or~JD~r~1~~J ¶I, igr 4w (ceatnbO qi~ ~~~~1 r: k1z~erihy whi ,peaouM,t4}ano b `totj Mh~.e1U4 tier a1'e4OtaJ$4ioppoibd to any fu the aitift ot~itl 'of ts4 ?irltory * >t bba4't wp'a&1frdl 6f Aew _________,a_:__i" r p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 9 February 1870

TU E LEOTION BILL, We give the following synopsis of the election law, which the infaimous Legislature of Louisiana has just pass ed. We commend its perusal to our renders: SscrzoNs l.f, and 4- designate tihe first Monday b. Rfvemboi for the elec tion of aRllt paist , judicifl and legislativ" fA -members of Congress - U U of members of the Bonuggtdf ephtaetattves and Sen atori of the G Assembly being fixed foe th iy in November othf L ar tw years there al, -tb el toe completed in oo day, .oc. k A. M. and 5 o'elk r.3ýar. o.t 5 hb, l lh ward in the t dii~a an election pie flfic nd empow the Supervisors of 1 e efa oioe .n etch " et lo , ,apo'nt the tmnberttld Iocatlonsof polls there in.. A1 eetions 607, 8 ane 1 the same uuipvit rr p ,' agthrizcdpt tdi $p1tn three commissioners for each poll, who ake. are a pew oweb to #eceive and deposit ballots. SEcTroV 10 empowers commissioners to commit to prison for the day any person while slall- disturb the electon, placing sheriffs, consta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 9 February 1870

GT , IJ:JIx8C EI x ,1NE 45S: ` 1870_ WESTE MONTTHLLYO TRE.CPAfr UCTORS OF. TE W s-8 I. TERN i hv 0Y ,haye.ali'ned to pro dluce a Magazine which should properly represent the gr6wiing Literature of the irMltWiiisi ppi.Valley--hitherto rwithout a r!presentative among the Literary wag asines of thecountry. Enconraged by the hparly appreciation and support which 1Saye..(hn fari been extended by the pub lic, they will spare no pains or expUnSe to imsure the future excellence of their :M.,g azsnb, and' make it attractive and '`lua. ble to all. SThl third volume of this Periodical! be-, gins:with te -January number. Ih this .number will he commenced a new Serial story, entitled : '"THE ROLLING STONE," R.RGP ORQK SAND, which will be the greatest work of this great novelist, and one of tlhe most reada, blestoriee aver 'produnced. .' . ,. T&:teal Jortrli* quid Bieiaphles.of Prominent and Representative which have proved. so "poplmar and dis tinetive a feiture of this Magazine; will be -c...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 16 February 1870

____ -o-uisiau ----ernoraL-___ - .._,._~ EDWARD A_. BIOSSAT] THE WORLD IS CVElN1ED TOO vMUv.o ( EPLI-iIL VOLUME 25. } ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1870. 1 NUMBER3. - " V TE IR MV=S THE DEMOCRAT" ispublished 'eek ly, at FIVE DOL-LAn per iannuml, TIIEEI for six ,months, payable in advanice No Subscription taken for a less period than Six Months. ADVERTI3EY INrd 3 inserted at the rate of $1 53 iPER SQUAE: for the first insertion and 75 CENTS fir each subse quent one. Eight lines or less, consti tate a square. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: One Column ..................... :00 00 Half Column ................... 175 00 Third of Colurmna... -...-- ----- 130 00 1'oorth of Column.......... ..... 100 00 Cards, (occupying space of eight lines, orless,)...........------ ..... 20 00 Obituary Notices, Marriages, Public loeetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., tq be paid for as advertisements. ^ PeribhfS ca'rils, when admissible 1:Lr radoublelthle usual advertisemnents...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 16 February 1870

E. R. BIOSSAT,........ EDITOR ALEXANDRIA, LA. WEDN SDAY .........FEB. 1E, 1870. NOTICE. To the Editor of the Democrat: DEAR Smi :-Will you please to give notice, that the Right Reverend J. P. 1B. Wilmer D. D. Bishop of the Protes tant Episcopal Church in Louisiana, Will visit St James Church Alexandria, and Mount'Olivet Church in Pineville on Sunday 20th of this month, for the purpose of.administering the Apostolic Rite ofonfirmatioh? Divine service in the mnorning, at the Hall in Alexan dria, at 11 in Mount Olivet, Pineville 4 P. M. Any person in the Parish ]ready'and desirous to be confirmed will please send notice as early as possible tolme. AMOS D. McCOY, Rector. Alexandria, La. Feb. 7th 1870. DEATH OF JUDGE BARLOW. We regret to announce the death of Judge James H. C. Barlow, at his resi dence in this town on the morning of the 4th inst. Judge Barlow was a na tive of the Parish of Avoyelles, but grew up from his boyhood in this Par ish. On attaining his majority he was admitted...

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