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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 16 February 1870

The Citizens' Committee. , k INTERVIEW WITH GOVERNOR WARMOTI. a After calling on both Houses of the (: Legislature the Cornmi'tee of Citizens ap pointed at the Lafayette Square meeting, a visited Gov. Warmoth, and Mr. DI)eFeriet, c Chairman .of the Committee, presented a him with the resolution of the meeting. The Governor said he knew what the res olutions were, and addressed the meeting a as followsa: r Gentlemen-I am very glad to see you personally. I desire to say something however, relative to that meeting whose delegation you are. I do so in justice to myself and to the government which I rep resent. It is a fact, which is palpable to all of you, that I have. as Governor of this State. vetoed a great many bills, a very great many making subsides and grants to individual and to companies. Those bills. in a few instances, have been passed ov r my veto by the Legis!a'u e; for these acts of course, I am personally not responsible I neither do I believe that the Legislature, taken ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 16 February 1870

MISCELLANEOUS. 1870. THE, WESTERN MONTHLY' T IIE CONDUCTORS OF THE WEI TEIaN M3ON'rtlLY have aimeld to plro lnce a Magazine, which should properly repr.esent the, growing Litrat.nule f lt.e great Mississippi Valley-hitherto without a representative among the Lietrar' MeIg azines of thecoiitr: . Eucllll·rad lb. th.I hearty Lppreiation adel si p1ort which have til tse be, n extenided by the li. lie, tihv will sparec no pa:ins or ex?; .ni lo insurce the fIture exelleince of til-ir MI  azilne, :and il iake it attractive and vailoa ile to ail. The third volume of this.Periodical be glis with tlhe January number- hi this numlber will be commenced a new Serial story. entitled : "'THE ROLLING STONE," SIY GEORGE SAND, which will be the greatest work of this great novelist, and one of the most reads; ble stories ever produced. The Steel Portraits and Biographies of Prominent and Representative Western Men, which have proved so popular and dis tinctive a feature of this Magazine, will be con...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 23 February 1870

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 23 February 1870

i. B. B. BIOSSAT,........ EDITOR 4ELANW DREA LA. WNDEDDA,.. ?.....BYU 2870. / Death of Major Ohase. We are pained to learn the recent death of Major William 8. Chase, of this Parish, at Pensaaola, Florida. Major Chase was a native of Massa "besetta and was above seventy years of ags. He graduated at West Point with distinction sad was assigned to the corps of Engineers for duty. On his retirement from the army he had attained the rank of Major of Engi neers. He was not in active service during the late war except a short time at Fort Pickens as a commander of the Florida Confederate troops. Some years ago Major Chase mar lied a daughter of the lamented Judge 'Matthews, and having an extensive property in this Parish resided here for much of his time. He leaves an only daughter married to a gentleman in Alabama Major Chase was a geetlaman of fine talents and thorough cultivation and was universally esteemed and beloved in this community where he was so well hown. W Os last Wednesday ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 23 February 1870

smr I Su . K. sacs. ITfs esnnot o.M oseran fnl ameng wiftest feet. Rookiug on the highest billows, Laughing at the storms you meet, Ton c8n stand among the sailor. Anchored yet within the bay I Youan lend a bad to help them As you lanchtheir boaets away. If Trow are teo weak tojourney op th r -sm- n b high, TYoa sn'idT +ithin the valley As t  tM ds Bde So bys yu n eo aC in happy measure As4bey slowly m along! The ui n the *suit r, t y wt s song. true, it Wsbe frrsond'siat se tbickeet There's.no work to-de When the battle- issileiSt TYti can go witfh ~ntltread, Toean bear away the wounded, You ea cower up th dead If oa annot in the harvess Garner ap the riebest sheaves. M[any a gran, both ripe and golden, i Which the careless reaper leaves- - Youn can glean among the briars Growing rank against the wall, Anad it may be that the shadows Hide the heaviest wheat of all. IftUe haveaot gold and silver Ever ready at esmmand, If you can not owards he needy I Reach an ever open hand- TY...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 23 February 1870

'av a 7Lu m sýý ý li V U º7aýs sair i v WESTERN-MONTHLY as $al1 3e U 0? g`oif .iuqub HF. medýWES-, T T~n\ M?1NTiiLY biU#a1 a td to pro docýQ as Magazine WTitch shonuld ýverI lq a/aqi Het J.bilfsr4t0 iVjae t~ i t~y h~ke d azine, aind nakeL active and vnalud a Tlb.ilkIo iMe qfedsif Perstdi 14*i iW*i6t tba Juasst,1r:bI~iner.. in? tills muinb e 44L be cmltlbencedl i- new. Burial " slppr,ýntsiileilr: t:. ,:. --h! .» ý _ ,, "THE ROLLING STONE';" Mil iii ll "be tb fiieatibts'trt i ef' to C'tr~c~. bQ. "r~~c~ i~; he i1A.eei Portraits and Bio~rrpiak1sf - ~ ,. ~tt*i J~fr - Ii": 'i1t7 J? '" `.f :'. f 'Z~:~ C r. k: :ii l ·l wt,*ehbwbve, lasodste1u poperlit:t mud 4i. tieiool"W blstute of thiislMugarirnl?;lifil i ht'St3tth$k 5I5·,,flL . ,-:i*'.1: **:.u. "i: fdI4ib i't tbesthellf #-tbe' Werte e will contain articles in Proe'aiai*t -Prttit 1TE~Rrdt8 I '"TTI WEST, oE:tre'7s bia a W3RM8' Th' -e1 + is dUc'ritj7 ?: ih iErfl d·!llg.. ., AI44tI t:tAi~,"e''i In Advatde I 4'l, 00 Five copies ..................

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

" (.{/f , _ S ý1'" I' Siff ý t1ý .{! .1ý ýSt: i?1? r 'A .1`° `r tir S . "r r A'' t .1,ý f11ýý t 44s ""= "i" I 'ý - - ;1 i r T A * . . , . ½s t -Ii I . _· , .A r x . t :t S ". ýt o 1: t 10 EflWA.Bý) A. BlIOSS A'rJ . 't8' WOR,IDp IS ' OVEýRNI3 wo WTOI :1 {I ..PU VOLUME 25.1 ALEX AND 2A, LA., wEDNESDAY, MAROI 2,7. L` r-r -·M·R A. TE 1%4 dlS THB DEMOCRAT" ispablisheod Week ly, at FIVE DOLLARS per annum, TIIREEi for six months, pay ble in advance No 8tnbscription taken for a less peIiod than Six Months. AD ERTISEME.NTS Inserted \at the' rate of $1 50 PER SQUARe far the first insertion and 75 CENrTS for each su!,se quent one. Eight lines or les, consti tate 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, (occlpying space of eight lines, of less,) .................. 20 00 Obituary Notices, Marriages, Public Mee...

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

E R. BIO3SAT,........EDITOR ALEXANDRIA, LA.* "D2gnBDAY,.....MARCH 2, 1870. WANTED. A GOOD TEACHER TO TAKE charge of five or six children in a private family. Fair wages and good fare will be given. APPLY AT THIS OFFICE. March 2-1m. -18 A serious affray occured on last Thursday evening, at our lan ding, on board the Steamer Kate Kinney, between Captain Hooe and henry Luckett, both citizens of our Parish, and of the highest respectability.T Luckett discharg ed six shots from a Navy revolver, and Captain Hooe; one shot from a Deringer. Captain Hooe was strunk four times in different por tions of the body, and Luckett was untouched. The wounds of Cap tain Hlooe are serious and painful, but not mortal. He is doing well but at times suffering considera bly. !&.We publish the prospectus card of that first class Agricultu ral, Literary and Family Journal, just started in New Orleans. Sure ly the necessity of such a paper has long been acknowledged and felt in Louisiana, and now, that su...

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

AN EAiLY POEM -BY PRENTICE. The followlng beautiful lines, say'sthe Hartford Times, of January 29th; are from the pen of the late Gebrge D. Prentice, and which have never before been pub. lished, are copied from the handwriting of Mr Prentice for the Norwich Advertiser, from an album ofarlorwich ladyi in which they were written in l625,.when Mr. P was twenty-three yean qt age: TO .... The signal from the weeping strand Rosms o'er the waters blues It bids me press thy parting hand, And breathe my last adietu! NBt oft on Mem or's.glowing wing My heart will f. y stray, An dstUllto thee wit rapture spring, When I am far away. Oft whea the rising dawn shall blush Through Night's'empnrpled shroud, And all her changing beauties rush Along the Eastern cloud, Remembrancee brighter charms will fling Upon thy youthful day, 04d¢ totich Affectiou's edulcet string. though I am far away. And when pale Evening's raven hair Streams o'er the fading West, And Heaven rains down her glories there Upon t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 2 March 1870

trOlDINWED FROM PIRST' .AGJ i her cheek. But Bosattha, recovering herself, pushed her coldly away. "Yon= have had your satiafa(ion," said R,,saltha. "You have taken your revenge. Leave me. If it is any sat isfaction for you to know that you have ruined my peace forever, enjoy that satisfaction, but leave me; that is all I ask." A moment's compunction overshad owed the fair face of Dorothy. "Do not let us part as enemies," she said, stretching forth her hand. "See, I~would even have kissed you if you would have let me. I bear you no ill will. I owe you no grudge. I have taken no revenge. Only I could not bear my load of misery any longer alone, and wrong as it was, in order to make you a sharer in it, I have made you miserable. Forgive me. Let us part as friends, never to see each other more. Let us be as sisters. But as for that man-" "Hush!" said Rosaltha, raising her hand; "not a word against him, though he has treated us both shamefully. lie is your husband. You have the best rig...

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

• he" oisiaia3IE.e. turL- .;s nsii. - EDVOLWAE A. B AT ALEXANDIA, WRLD IS DoESvANAl C TOO 9,1a r MUOIIB ERi, VOLUME 25. } -ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, 18704 1 HEE DEMOCRAT" ispublished Week ly, at FIVE DOLLARS per anlnum, TIIItEE for six months, payable in advance No dabscription taken for a less period than Six Months. ADVERTISEMENT3 inserted at the rate of $1 53 PEIR SQUARE for the first Insertion and 75 cEsrs for each subse quent one. Eight lines or less, consti tate 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, or less,).................. 20 00 Obituary Notices, Marriages,- Public Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisemeng. g Personal cards, when admissible harged double the usual advertisements. NEW ORLEANS CARD 3, kSTUDY YOUR IiNTEREST' AN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 9 March 1870

E. R. BIOSSAT,........ EDITOR ALEXANDRIA, LA.* WEDNESDAY.....MARCR 9, 1870. WANTED. GOOD TEACHER TO TAKE clharge of five or six children in a private family. Fair wages and good fare will bo.given. APPLY AT THIS OFFICE. March 2-1m. I'We learn that the celebrated Exhi bition, known as the "MILTONIAN TAB LEAUX, of Paradise Lost" .vlhich has at tracted so much attention throughout the South, in the vast four years will visit Alexandria, if a suilable place can be olr tained for its production. Some three years ago efforts were made by several of our citizens, who witnessed this remarka able exhibition in New Orleans, to induce it to visit our city, but other engagements prevented. It is said to be the most sub ime spectacle of modern times. Sa- The Black-and-Tan Legisla ture of Louisiana so-called, having been in cession full sixty days, do ing nothing-but maturing plans to rob and further plunder a bank= rnpt people adjourned without day, a few "days ago. But Warmoth, the Illinois a...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 9 March 1870

Josh Billings in the Editor's Chair. HIS ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. Fred-Yew aint obliged to ask the girl's mother if you may go home with her from a ~party ; get the girl's endorse ment, and go in ; it is proper endugh to ask her to take your arm, but you have no right to put your arm around her waist unless you meet a bear on the road, and then you are supposed to relinquish your hold as soon as the bear gets safely by. Whip- You are right-mules live to a lonely age; I have known them my self to live one hundred years and not half try. You are also right about their being sure-footed; I have known them to kick a boy twice in a second, ten feet off. - Gertrude-Your inquiry ftnmps me. I The more I think about it. the mare I can't tell. As near as :I can recollect now. I think I don't know. Much l might be saidloth ways neither may I be'right. Upon the whille, I think that j I would or wouldn't, just as I think I best or otherwise. Plutarrch-You're mistaken; thet shakers don't marry...

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

(COtTINUED PROM FIRST PAGE.] frst season. In my second these were doubled; but as year after year passed seiter after suitor was rejected, and although I had been three years out, I was still unmarried. In vain my mnother reasoned with me, and my sis ter scolded me; I was not only diffi cult but impossible to please I saw no one the least likely to make at im pression on me, or rather, I never allowed any to have the chance. Helen can you guess why this was? C.an you guess why I was so apparently callous? I will tell you to what my mother and sister angrily imputed my insensibility, for the cause is not lhkely to occur to youn; it was, that I saw the world through other eyes than my own, I had no powers of decision, I lhad no, judgment-I was under an influence. which as I never felt it oppressive, was rather pleasing to me than otherwise, for I loved the friend who poss(essed it, andy.ielded implicitly to her opinion and her advice on every occasion. 'Not good enough Hester.' she wo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 16 March 1870

2' /4 ' ' · a . D i... I o ,; ;; ' ""''..i' '- .'-)i --I  ,, .". ... . .. ,WAR. BIOSSAJ ,. , .-' i, u1. IS , . . --.:"-T.c:)-J - _VOU1 2 ALEXANDRIA LA. EDNESDAY MAjROF 16, "8 I ' " _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _.,. _ _ ,N. • .. l~~~~~~~· ._I .. IUmmIl  I N . I t l i lll il IIl' lIIl " ""; r L ERt Ima rat THE DEMOCRAT" ispublisbhodW eek ly, at vLVE DOLLAi:S per annui , TIIICEE for six mionths, pay~able in a:dvnco No Subscription taken for it Jess period thalu Six Months. ADVERTISEME!TY3 inscrbL'd at the rate of $1 50 rEi SC.In:IS "f,r the fi:rc insertion andi 75 c.l:srs for each snl,.r quneit one. Eight line. or hlss, c!nsti tute a square. The following are our< rates to yearly Advertisers: : One Column........ ..-.. ......... n10 01i jialf Colunll .................... 175 fu0 Third of Column ............... 1::I 00 Furtlr of Column ..... - .... .... 100 (,t: Cards, (occupying space of eight lines, or less,I..-............ . 20 00 Obituary Notices, - Marriages. Public )fetings, Cards...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 16 March 1870

i. R. BIOSST,........EDI)ITOR ALEXANDRIA, LA. wzDsasDAY,....MARCH 16, 1870. WANTED. A GOOD TEACHER TO'TAKE charge of five or six children in a private family. Fair wages and good Care will be given. APPLY AT THIS OFFICE. IMarch 2-im. The Foreign Reviews. We are indented to the Leonard Ieott Publishing Company, New York, !or the last numbers of their reprint of the Edinburgh Review, the Westmin ster Review and the London Quarterly Review. They are all well filled with ettertainiug and instrnctive matter. The Edinburgh has the following table of contents : 1. Mr. Fronde's History of Queen Elizabeth. 2. Geological theory in Britain. 3. Memoirs of General Von Brandt. 4. Sir Charles Adderly on Colonial Policy. 5. John Calvin in Church and State. 6. London Topo graphy and street nomenclature. 7. Veitch's Memoir of Sir. William Ham ilton. 8. The Prechristian Cross. 9. The Irish Land Question. The Westminster has the following: 1. Our Colonial Empire. 2. Land Ten ures and their consequences...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 16 March 1870

LETTER FROM WASHINGTON, t WAstfls GTO- CITY, March 5th, 1870. v The House committee on Railways v and CanaL, on. Saturday, determined t. to report two bills, one for an air c line Railroad to New York, and the c other for a road to the Schuylkil riv- n er, in Schuylkil county, Pennsylva- t nia, to open up the authracite coal i regions to this section of the coun- c try. The first named bill will in all c probability pass as a party measure % The Radicals, in their caucus deter- c mination, to usurp all power and to i crush out every semblance of State c rights have concluded to make this air line to New York a precedent, f and if submitted to by the States of a Maryland, Pennsylvania and New V Jersey, through which it is to pass, v they will be enabled the more readi- i ly to control all the railroads of the c6untry as contemplated. This, as all the usurpations that have had F neither warrant or law or right is to be done under the war power. I t trust that Maryland and New Jersey t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 16 March 1870

fTpIU AD FROM FIRST PAGC.E., O: , fe~eV. ou would maike me but one promise.1 '" " "'Not to be cool to him ?-not to ivelm ;n?' said I hastily. "'One "tnnot well' give up a man who hasl never offered himself,' she rd pliyd:; 'and, as to benag cool to him, I do not think that Colonel Gerard thas the least cause to complain of that.' "I felt my cheeks burn at the impu tation, but shbe continued, without no ticing me, 'The first day you cane home, Hester, I told 5-ou you ,v: hi -inag something fr'om n. i ilr -dound it out for myself; and ail, i j," is, that'you will have a little too much pride than to let hinm read your heart - as clearly as I have r: nd it myself.' "I leave yon.to judge of the effect of .:these words. Is there a girl in the universe who could bear to be accused * of showing a prefei cnce for a man who 'had-qot expressed the same feeling for ,.iarselfin words, whatever he may have done by manner, attentions oractions? The accusation threw me bhark, as it Were, upon my...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 23 March 1870

I 4 OwLUM 2A. BIOAssATLA TDI WOLA.,D Is WDNES TOO W; VOLUME 25.1 ALEX AND RI A, L A., W EDNESD AY, MARCH'23, 1870. NJ R3 IN1JB· 3 THE DEMOCRAT" is published Week ly, at .vPVs DOLn4ARS per annum, TfI.:M: for six montie, payable in adv-aneQ No ldbsoription taken for a less period ,tha Sit Mobths. ApVfIlrTl BEM SNT3 inserted at the rte'of $1.50 Pan SQtAnI for the first uIsertion and 75 cas.T for each subsd ,aeat one. Eight lines or less, consti .tuta asquare. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: One Column..............-- ... .300 no Half Column ..................... 175 00 Third of Column ........ .... 130 00 Fourth of Column............ ]00 00 rmds, (occupSing space of eight lines, or less,) .................. 20 C0 Obituary Notices, Marriages. Public Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. g Personal cards, ihen admissib|l, hrtged donble the usual advertisements. NIEW ORLEAN3O Ul3. STUD) YOUIR IýTERESTS AND wave Your Moloney lack's Brillian...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 23 March 1870

B. R. BIOSAT ........ EDITOR ALEXANDRIA, LA.' WEDNESDAY,....MARCH 23, 1870. F The New Orleans lImes had t hardly dried its pen after its attempt to defend itself against our charges, be fore it had tomeet a broadside from the " Planters' Bdtfner, whose Editor was hi present in the press Convention and n who is therefore, supposed to know " something of the action of the Times on s the question of breaking up the Demo- s cratic party. Since the report that the V ~iaese' proprietor is to be appointed t M-ayor of New Orleans, perhaps the ?1timeiwfl also get denounced from a .different direction. The New Ts 'Roepublican "will hardly take l snicb,an event as the Times be comi g tie organ of the State and City government, under that "conservative" i idvtiprer Henry Clay Warmoth. :od, with the organship, who knows 1~tht the Times may get its hands t.il e.ealing of the printer's bill t -J1. The Black and Tan Legislature t has adjourned tire die. We might con Matalate ourselves on the eve...

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