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

ROMANCE IN REAL LIFE. A True Story That Is Stranger Than Fiction. SINGCLAIt IIISTORY OF A TENNESSEE FAMILY. [From the Couiier-Journal.] One night, about the first of January last, two yotang nmea, living in North Alabama, were murdered in a very shocking and mysterious manner. They were brothers, and one of them was married. The latter was seated at his own fireside, cnga geit reading, when several men, wearn g masks, rode up to the house and eA1led him to the door. He cme'. d' was shot and severely woaided. i i tcceeded in getting away, however, and wont to the house of a neighbor,. where the assassins found him very soon after, and -going into the room where lie lay in bed rid died sm Withl bullets. Tihe next day the younger brother was found dead in a sink-hole some two miles from home. Thesb" young tien were bdrn. and raised in Tennessee, anld a gentleman from Alabama, who was liiuself former y. a resident of Tennessee, give ir.s sthe history of their family, which is quite roma...

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. — 23 March 1870

Drinking. tI 'The Louisville Courier-Journal dis courses as follows: " In this country we need to learn how to drink. As a people we are as igno rant'on this beautiful flue art as young i buffhloes; and we mix our business and our conviviality much as we mix our liquors, that is in the beastliest and most uncivilized fashiou. What wonder thalit we are tormented by oc-' casional visits from the animual kink.'. dom, and, having reduced ourselves to the level of the brute creation, are' forced to receive upon a very equal. and intimate relation such guests as tile monkey, the spider and the snake I Bar-rooms and strapping bar-room counters; "fancy drinks;" drinking betwbn meals; vagabondizing about idle corners: a lack of respect both for the liquor, the company and ourselves;I a lack, also, of true geniality, which sits down and takes its time with its draught, and a bit of cheese and crack er beside; drinking before breakfast ; drinllng on an empty stomach; drink ingirat of season ; ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 30 March 1870

EmDWARD A. BIOSSAT] T~E WOI~LD IS GO-VERTED TOO 7OhI [PtJrsls VOLUME 25.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 1870. INUMBER 38 TERMIS: THE DEMOCRAT" is published Week ly, at VLVIE DOLLAtRS per :I nnin, TrluIE for six months, payable in advance No Subscription taken for a less period than six Months. ADVERTI3EMENT3 inserted at the rate of $1 53 PIR sQUA~iE for the first insertion and 75 Clr:rs for each subse quent one. Eight lines or less, consti tute a square. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: Oitt Column.................... $300 00 Hdlf Column-.......-------.......--------.... 175 o Third of Colhun ................ 130 (;9I Fourth of Coluumnu......... ........ 00 00 Cards, (occupying space of eight lines,orless,)-----------------. 20 00 Obituary Notices, Marriages. Public Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., tobe paid for as advertisements. ' Personal cards, when admissible har-ed double the usual advertisements. NEW ORULEANS OAIU3. STUDY YOURilNTERESTS _' gU al' -Y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 30 March 1870

E. R. BIOSSAT,........ EDITOR ALEXANDRIA, LA. WEDNESDAY,... MARCH 30, 1870. Church of St. Francis' Xavier. 1. The Seats of the Church will be let out on Easter-Day., April 17th, after high Mass. 2. The rate of rent will be as last year. one half to be paid cash, the other on the 1st of December. 3. Persons indebted for seats must pay, before re-renting. J. B. AVENARD, Pastor. ALEXANDRIA, L.t., March 30th 1870. Death of Win. C. James. We are pained to chronicle the feath of one of our best, purest and oldest citizens. William C. James, died at his residence on Cotile; on Thursday the 24th inst. lie died from the effects of a pistol ball wound received, about ten days previous, accidentally discharged from a Navy Revolver on the person of one of his sons. The deceased was a native of Ra pides, born in 1817, reared and educa ted on her soil. We have known him, and been on most intimate terms with him all our life-we were school boys and playmates together-and can sin cerely attest to h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 30 March 1870

ONE IIINDRED= rEARS FROM3 NOW. BY MISS. NELLY. MARSHALL. The lips of time have lightly press'd The snow of my young brow; How many will they have caress'd One hundred years from now I The snnshine dances on the hills, The mist hangs o'er the mead, Where flowers are struggling np to spring Through bramble, brier and weed; how mist and shine will fade away, And meads yield to the plow, SAnd flowers and bratun)les low be laid, One hundred years from now I The hills are green on hill and wold, And will be green again; The river sweeps through field of gold, To meet the smiling main; And merry birds are warbling gay Upon each leafy bough, But they will sing no songs for me One hundred years from now ! The weird and solemn stars serene That gem the brow of night, Thro' lapsing time have ever been As changeless, cold, and bright; And though they.now hlok smiling down Upon my girlish brow, They'll smile the same upon my gravo One hundred years from uowc ! It is a sad thought to me, And star...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 30 March 1870

What Good? A correspondent, writing from Sel ma, Ala., inclosing ten dollors for The Democrat, to be sent to certain par ties, concludes his letter as follows: But what good will Northern De mocracy do us at the South ? We are anxious to know. Truly your friend. W. -We will answer our correspon dent in full when he will tell us what good Northern Republicanism has done the people of the South! Or we will answer him when lie will tell us what sense there was in the Southern delegates in 1868, when they assembled in New York to nominate a Democrat ic candidate for the Presidency, to cast .sixty-five votes for Andrew Johnson, and persistently keeping up this s- strategy thereby defeating the choice of the West, and the only man the Democrats could have elected at that time? But conundrums on sacred snljects are hardly allowable, so we will not ask them. - "What will Northern Democracy do for the South t" We can tell you what we would do, and in a very few - words, We would give every S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 6 April 1870

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 6 April 1870

E. R. BIOSSAT,........EDITOR ALEXANDRIA, LA. WEDNEBDAY, ... ....APRIL 6, 1870. Church of St. Francis Xavier. 1. The Seats of the Church will be let out on Easter-Day, April 17th, after high Mass. 2. The rate of rent will be as last year. one half to be paid cash, the other on the lst of December. 3. Persons indebted for seats mtust pay, before is-renting. J. B. AVEv'NARD, Pastor. ALEXADRIA, LA., March 30th ]t70. Another Hiomicide. On Monday the 28th ult. Edward Rowe was killed by E. J. Barrett in the town of Pineville on- the opposite side of the river. Thecircumstances as deo tailed to us are about as follows. Rowe had been in jail for nearly a week on the affidavit of his wife charging him with an assault and battery. Learn ing that Rowe was to have been dis charged on Monday Mrs. Rowe sent for Barrett, who is her son in-law, to pro tect her against anticipated violence. Mrs. Rowe and Barrett, the latter with a needle gun or rifle in his hand, were in the kitchen when Rowe made hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 6 April 1870

The American Bonaparte. n 0 NE IMPERIAL FAMILY OF FRANCE AND r ITS CONkECTION IN BALTIMORE. p ti The Louisville Cotrier-Journal has the following: " The revolutionary t movements which are now going for- j, ward in France invest the Napoleonic ri dynastic with additional. in t e r e s t. Ftince Pierre Bonpnarte, who has caus- a ed the pot to boil so fiercely, is a son of the Great Emperor's brother Lucien, r who was considered the ablest of the a family next after Napoleon. The pres eat Emperor is regarded by nany as I not a Bonaparte at all, but the son of at a Dutch Admiral by Hortense Beauhar nais, the daughter of Joseplhine. Louis Bonaparte was forced by his brother to marry Hortense. He was in love with another woman, and withal a dreamy sort of person. Those who believe in a the operation of a principle of poetic justice running the progress of history, make mention of the fact the grandson I of Josephine, and not of Napoleon, now p rules in France as proof that the "whir- d l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 6 April 1870

[CONTI`UED F:OJM I'R3T PAGE.] faded flower, that she had worn, were cherished by him as a miser cherishes his gold. At last be told me in confidence-for her name was sicied and not to be spoken before every one-that they were to be married. : "And when I look back, sir," said he " "and remember the iniset:a,ble -s,:'as rf my wretched childhood, and think how friendless and forlorn I was, and hotw there was nothing before tme but ;1i prison or the gallows, :turd think now I have everything to make man's life blessed-the power to win a respecta ble livelihood by repunt .le labor, the respect of men and -the love of such a girl as Lucy-I can netver be too grate ful'to the kind friendt v ho saved ime from a life 'I dare not contemplate. God bless Mr. Grinby!" said he, lift ing his bat reverently, as -he niight in church, and there was a prayer in his dark eyes as he -looked upward. 'se were lite Inast -words I ever Jleartt him speak, except "Good night." h, dear me, it should have been...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 13 April 1870

EDWARD A. BIOSsAT) THE WrO2DTh 1s OV 2SFvDn TOO MiOuci PUBLvJt VOLUME 25.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13., 1870. INUMBER J. T E Ei: 1i s : THlE DEMOCRAT,' ij pb lisýhcd ýwIek ly, at FIVE I)o1.rtlIS pt " : 'l;it, "n'i'r1 :!:[ for six eInaithIs, plaY.abl.: in adv .tV,. No Ona.).ariptioi takia for a less p:riod than Six Months. ADY7 2TISn '3?T i ins rted aI tth rite of $1 50 PElI stu.itA:i fi:" th . fir-. ta.srtioI tand 75 c:N rs for e:alch sit!,. qiaUt one. Eight in, . or 1,-,, co . tuat a m' itar. The follo:vigl a re o4ur rates to yi:'r'i A tvertisers: Half Colunll  .............. . ' Third of C(o!lumnl ..--- ... ----... l: Fourth of C' h u ............. itt0 t Cards, ('-cM tnintg sync4 of 4igl:t lines, or less,).--..... 0------ -- Obituary Notices, Marriages, Puhliv Uootings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to 1,. paid for as advlertise:uents. "Personal cards, when adlissiblc harotddonb tle tlt usual atdv:rt istctli 4ts. NEW OILEAN- C D0 , ST'~UDY YOUi ,INTE IESTS AND Save Yo i- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 13 April 1870

E. R. BIOSSAT,........EDITOR 4LEXANDRIA, LA. WEDNESDAY,...... APlB 13, 1870. Church of St. Francis Xavier. 1. The Seats of the Chrlrch will be lot out on Easter-Day, April 17th, after High Mass. 2. The rate of rent will bo as list year. one half to be paid cash, the other on the 1st of December. 3. Persons indebted for seats must pay, before re-renting. - - J. B. AVENARP, Pastor. ALEXANDRIA, LA. 'March 30th 1870. ELECTION NOTICE. TIIE QUALIFIED VOTERS OF Ieach of the Police Jury Wards of the Parish of Rapides are hereby notified that an election will take place at the dififroent precincts in each of said Wards, for the purpose of electing a member of the Po lice Jury to, represent the said Wards in the Police Jury. Said election to take place on the FIRS'P MONDAY in MAY. 1870. The commissioners of election will hold the same according to law and make due return thereof to the undersigned. C. W. BOYCE, Mch 30-tde, President Police Jury The State Seminary., ' " We have before us the A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 13 April 1870

LETTER FRO.i NEW ORLEA NS. / Nw ORLEANS, April 7th 1870. L FASHIONS FOR APRIL. t Spring, beautiful Spring doth cheer us ja And loving touches each hillside and i plain, Sweet flowers and.leaflets awake at her ty N kiss, . And blupJ into life with a feeling of bliss. Ace Young and old gay and sober acknowledge disa her power, on As in fashion and frolic they spend the tior gay hour, an And so for your pleasure, my best e'en vill to do, Br The latest of fashion, I spread before you. bri GOSSIP. dee The first importations of Spring of goods, show that we were in fault last the Spring when we declared that nothiug ing could be produced more beautiful than We the styles then laid.before us, for this ity year brings us many new fabrics and the designs, far more elegant and exquis- qer itely lovely than anything we ever be- 'ra fore saw, or imagined, ground texture the color all different to those of last Spring, wif and all more charmi g. Among wash- h ing goods, french chintzes, lawns, V...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 13 April 1870

MISCELLAN SOUS, DR. 8HALLENBERCER'S Fever and Ague .ANTIDOT E Always Steops the Chil. This Medicine has been before the Publio fifteen years, and is still ahead of all other known remedies. It does not purge, does not sicken the stomach, is perfectly safo in any dose and under all circrn3tanccs, and is the only Medicine that will CURE IMMEDIATELY and permanently every form of Fever and Ague, because it is a perfect Antidote to Rialaria. Sold by all Druggists. W HT Y IS IT T'lIT ' S MANY jVo children di: under the a·e of five years? That a- large priprtion of chili dren die under that age,. has lung been a subject of reuiark, and, without a satisfac tory cause ascertained, it is certain. Also, it is known that w,rnms exist in the human system from its earlie.-t in:fanlcy; therefore parenrts, especially mothers, who are more constantly with their children. cannot be too observing of theio first s1mp toms of worms; for so surely as they exist, can they be SAFELY AND CERTAINLY removed f...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 20 April 1870

r' - ,.'" " ' F':'. " '; E .DWARED A.. BIOSSAT3 TIE WORL..,D IS GEolr N . TOO M:t . •3e VOLUME 25.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 4 *870 THD DBMOCRAT" ispublished Week ly, at FIVE DOLLARS per annumlll TIIREE for six mouths, payhe in advance No Snbscriptioa taken for a less period than Six Months. APVERTISEMnNT3 inserted at the rate of $1 50 PER SQUARE for the first itsertian and 75 CENTS for each snbse qaent one. Eight lines or less, consti tate a squaro. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: OneColumn .....................------ 300 00 Half Column.................--- 175 00 Third of Column ............... 130 00 Fourth of Column ............... 100 00 Cards, (occupying space of eight lines,orless,)..........-------------...... 20 00 Obituary Notiets, Marriages. Public Beetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. g Personal cards, when admissible harged double the usual advertisements. NEW ORLEANS OAARD. STUDY YOU .,INTERESTS AND Save You...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 20 April 1870

uis anz Teir0 . E.R. BIO~SAT,.::: _ ..EDITOR ALEXAAIA, LA. WIEDN DAY;.:'..a..AL L 20. 1870 Seven Sins. 1. Refusing to take your own courT try paper. 2. Taking a paper and then not pay ing for it. 3. Not advertising. 4. Getting" married and forgcttibg the printer. .5. Asking newspapers jto publish atter tjatf is your own benefit with out remuuatation. 6. Readiingopy on a compositior's .6. Never paying your SUBScRPTrION until the Publisher goes to tl)e trouble of asking for it. V The LegalTender Decision. The Supreme' Court of the United States has determined, to reopen argu ment on the Legal Tender eases re eently decided by that tribunal. The reason g.yIs action on the part of the Ceupali" be found in the-fact that the Supreme Court, like all the other departments of the government, bha been turned into a machine for the propagation of Radical ideas and the edaaavcement of Radical measures.  lecision against the constitution-. _ . f th Legal Tender Act took the 28'di llleaders by...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 20 April 1870

Sweet Heart. Dip Sonthwarl. Earth, aid bare thy breast To meet the kisses of the sun ; And in subtle throbltings feel, Another golden spring began. Wake. violets flhat lie asleep In soft blnue dreams beneatlt.tbe snow; 1 And send the maple's amber I,lood Through all its veius in pasiou flow. And, by and by, call back the birds; Call back the bloom to shrub and- tree: iBut not from height or depth, 0 Earth ! May youc.all back Sweet Heart to me The merest seed that fell by chance, The merest grass blade on the plain, Shall thrill to hiear year lightest step, Datat hergrawve you call in vain. Of bird and bud and warm South wind. Sh--brighter, sweeter than them all In some existence, rich and strange, Heeds neither spring's nor love's recall. ADBICE AS TO IfoRSES.-In teaching a young horse to drive well, do not hurry to see how fast he can trot. Keep each pace clear and distinct from the other; tbatýs, in walking him -make him wSalk-i do not allow him to trot. Wh ting, he equally carefu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 20 April 1870

MISCELLANE 'OUtS, - DR. -8HALLENBERCER'S Fever an Ague - .A.NTIDQTE Always Steps the Chills. 'hisMedicine hasbeen before the Publio Bfteen yeas and is still ahead of all other known reaedies. .It does not purge, doe not sicken the stomach, is perfectly safe in may dose and under all circumstances, and s the aly Medicine that will CURE IMMEDIATELY end permanently every form of Fever and Agne, because it is a perfect Antidote to alarIsa. 861d by all Druggists., ILHY IS IT THAT, SO MANY . bchildren die under the age of five rs? That a larged proportion of chil .ren die under that age, has long been a snbject of remark, and without a satisfac tory cause ascertained, it is certain. Also, it is known that worms exist in the human system from its earliest infancy; therefore pareuti*-tapecially mothers, who are more constantly with their children, cannot be too observing of the first symp toms of tcorms; for so surely as they exist, can they be . _ .. . SAELY AND CERTAINLY -emov from the m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 27 April 1870

j I ; Y '"rno -in VOUE25.: ALEXAND-RI A, LA., WEDNESDAY,A ARIL;' ý :870. • ·. .:.' ·.(t • ":C ' " 3 1 "', THE DEMOCRAT" ispublished Week ly, at IVE DOLLARS per annum, THREE for six months, payable in advance No Sibscription takea for a less period than Six Months. ADVa?IsBEXmNT3 inserted at the rate of $1 50 PER SQUARE for the first iasertion and 75 cEXTrs for each sdbse Sqaent one. Eight lines or less, consti tate a square. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: OneColumn..................... $300 00 BajtColumn.................... 175 00 Third of Column................... 130 00 Fouarth of Column...........-.... 100 00 Cards, (ocqupying space of eight lines, or less,).................. 20 00 'Obituary Notices, Marriages. Public Meetnlgs, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. I Peponal cards, when admissible hrged doable the usual advertisements. NEW ORLEANS OARDU3. STUDI 10tUR INTERESTS S AND Save Your M1oney SBuel's Brilliant the most Durable in th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 27 April 1870

-R B moss T, ..... ETDITOR AJ.EkXAN.RA. LA.& W73PND5DAY..:. APRI~h 27, 1870 .. ev Insis. 1. Refusing to take your own coun- 1 try paper. 2. Taking a paper and then not pay- 4 ing for it. 3. Not advertising. 4. Getting married and forgetting the printer. 5. Asking newspapers to publish I matte thait is your own benefit with outremuneration. S6.° Reading copy on a compositior's tase.' ,.-Never paying your sBSCRIPTION untilih Publisher goes to the trouble of asking for it. Wg David Goldman Esq., is hereby c ommended, and nominated as a can didje for Justice of the Peace in Al exandria Ward, at. the Election to be held May 3d 1870, by MANY FRIENDS.. The Tournalbest. We learn that our young friends around Cheneyville are making ex tensive preparations for their tour :ment to come off on the 6th of A number of knights, known aimong the best riders in the Vri ., have already entered the ' td, and there is every indication tlat it will be a grand affair. It happens at the most pleasa...

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