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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 1 June 1870

THE STEP ON TIHE STAIR. Twilight is coming, and toil is all over, And I um quite free from all care, I silently, patiently watch, and Lwait For the sound of the step on the stair. 'Tis a welcome sound to my listening oar, And my heart beats quick and fast, For I know my darling is coining to me, And sorrowsaom doubts are all past. Ile comes adithlsAppy--my heart is at res&j' - I've no trouble nor shadows of care: How he'll laugh when I tell him I watch and I wait, For the sound of his step on the stair. God grant that the dear sound never be come % To my ear, infrequent and rare, ( But even in Heaven still patiently list f4 For the sound of his step on the stair. E. THAT TROUBLESOME INSECT. As through the streets yotu pass along, Ytat think it very queer To hear one universal song Resounding in your ear.. A friend you meet, andps you greet One whom you're glad to see, Ioe warbles, making quick retreat, "Shoo fly, don't bodder me !" A lovely woman next, perchance, Yon venture to...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 1 June 1870

MISCELLANEOUS, AL. ORai DR. 8HALLEI~BERER'S A Fever and Ague ANT I IDO 'IE A iways stops 5ae chinl. SThis Medicine has been before the Public - fifteen years, and istill ahead of all other known remedies. It does not purge, does! not sicken the stomach, is perfectly safe in any dose and under all oircumstances, and is the only Medicine that will CURE "IMMEDIATELY and permanently every form of Fever and - Ague, because it is a per-ect Antidote to Sold by all Druggists., up IWTHY IS IT THAT SO MANY A children die unude the age of fire years ?. That a large rllportion of chil drein die under that age, has long been a subject 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 parents, especially mothers, wl;o are more constantly with their children, cannot be too observing of the first symp toms of worms; for so surely as they exist, an they be SAFELY AND CERTAINLY removed f...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 8 June 1870

Ir EDWAR'D A.. BIOSSATJ THE WORL~D IS (3O-RE TOO MUCH~ VOLUME 25. ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1870.R VOU1.....2._.. B _ LEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1870, , {tME~~ . T E M , _ : TBfl DE~MOCRAT" ispublishedWeek ly, at FIVE DOLLARS pereunum, THREE for six months, payable in advance No Subscription taken for a less period than Six Months. ADVETISEMENT3 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 square. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers : One Column..................... $300 00 Half Column..-....-.... ........ 1750 Third of Column................ 130.00 Fourth of Column.............. 100 00 Cards, (occupying space of eight lines, orless,) ................. 20 00 Obituary Notices, Marriages, (Public Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. SpPersonal cards, when admissible harged double the usual advertisements. NEW ORLEANS CARDS. EST...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 8 June 1870

- -- x ix c ------ t. E. R. BIOSS.IT,........EDITOR ALEXANDRIA, LA." WIDNESDAY,.......JU.NE 8, 1870 THI R AIL ROAD. We are glad to find that the few remarks made by us with reference to the great necessity of a rail road to Alexandria: have been duly ap preciated b y the community. -Many old planters, who have suf-, fred for almost a lifetime from bad roads and expensive freights, have commended the remarks we made and have urged us to keep ie ball rolling until we shall actu ally have a road completed. The people are beginning to take an in terest in the matter, and are actu ally surprised at themselves for re mainlng in inactivity on the sub ject for so many years. Since the loss of so much;wealth by the war, they express many regrets that they had not used some of their abundant ante-hellum means in the construction of a road, which, if in existence now, would tend so much towards recuperating their exhausted resources. It is begin ning to be a source of wonder, too, why it ii t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 8 June 1870

A REVERIE. I turned the pages of memory slowly, With a heavy heart, and a heavy hand; And my mother's face Beamed from the place t And filled my sight With a radiant light, And my soul with a peace sweet and holy. In her eyes there was a look ofpity, That came there whene're I knew sorrow; Then I bowed my head, And with reverence said: ( Shield thy child from harm And her enemies' aim From thy seat in the eternal city. Let thy spirit wand guide my steps aright i From earth's snares and trials secure: Let thy love divine Upon me shine, For I am weary of life, And this bitter strife I grope alone in my anguish to-night. C Oh for the touch of thy gentle hand! And the sound of thy voice in prayer; r For my feet have trod On the chastening rod. E And my heart pleads in vain For thy presence again, To come erom that unknown land. Her face seem'd to glow with a holier light, An invisible hand soothed my weary brow, t And her voice was as sweet As.echoes that meet; Then I heard her lips say...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 8 June 1870

lMISCELLANEOUS, DR. 8HALLENBERCER'S Fever and Ague 'A.N TI DO0 TE Always Stops the Chills. ·* * This Medicine has been before the Public fifteen years, and is still ahead of all other known remedies. It does not purge, does not sicken the stomach, is perfectly safe in any dose and under all circumstances, and is the only Medicine that will CURE IMMEDIATELY% and permanently every form of Fever and Ague, because it is i perfect Antidote to Malaria. Sold by all Druggists. TWIY IS ITrr THAT SO MANY V children die under the age of five years? That a large proportion of chil dren die under that age, has long been a subject 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 parents, especially mothers, who are more constantly with their children, 'cannot be too observing of the first symp toms of oorans; for so surely as they exist, 4anthey: g SA 8 AND CERTAINLY removed -*m the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 15 June 1870

EDWARZD A. IBIOSSAT] TIE WORLD IS GRND TOO MUIIS VOLUME 25.} ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, 1870. {NUoB R TEL DEMOCRAT" ispublishedWeek ly, at FryV DOLrAn per annum, THREE for six months;payable in advance No Subscription taken for a less period than Six Months. ADVEIIRTISEMENT 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, c'onsti tute a square. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: Ono Column.....................-- $300 00 Half Column--------------------... 17 00 Third of Column................ 130 00 Pourth 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 advertisements. " 'Personal cards, when admissible hargeddouble the usual advertisements. NEW UORLEANS CARDS. - ESTABLISHED IN 185 S "And the flag of his country ho nailed to the mast."--[O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 15 June 1870

E. R. BIOSS.T, ....... EDITOR ALEXANDRIA, LA. WPEDNESpAY,.. . UR..3N2.5, 18'10 Democratic Victory in Oregon. co th The Democrats have swept the sa State of Oregon. They have elected tit their whole State ticket, member of ry Congress, and both Houses of the th Legislature, securing a U. S. Senator is in place of the Radical Williams.- to The whole Pacific Coast is a unit in sa favor of sound Democratic princi- en ples. al - During the war Oregon, once Dem- ne ocratic, was lost to the Democracy dt and is now represented in the Senate qi by two ultra Radicals. It gave about one hpndred majority for Seymour. or It is now thoroughly redeemed and N regenerated. V And thus every State, this season, ti in which there, was a. contest, has fr gone for the Democracy. The 15th B Amendment, the Tariff and the high rc taxes are bringing forth their legiti- w mate fruit. The people are aroused a everywhere and are prepared to de- w throne the pauty which has well nigh ti brought the country to de...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 15 June 1870

Lr.PEAL FOR TIHE ALLEN MOiU MENT. VRIiTIT~ FOR TIE LOUJSLYNA DEMOCRAT BY TIM LINKL'NWATER. proud daughters of the sunny South, with glance like rising sun, Who ever aided in good cause, and cheer ed-ns nobly on; If worthy deeds we aimed at, and some spoke good cheer When freedom's cause was hopeless and dread spoilation near Remembering your fortitude, your gener ous deeds, and true, We trustingly and fearlessly our cause re fer to you: 'Tis wished to build a monument to our lost Allen's name, And qow we make appeal to you to aid us in the same. No brave champion evpr fought for lady love or wife, No gentler heart 'ere beat in breast or bowed to love's sweet strife; None ever for his people loved, with great- 1 er ardor w ýuoght, None but a hero. likp himself, alone on ] country thought When exiled from the land he prized, be cause he could not sa''e Dear Louisiana from her foes. nor see her children slaves l-ow sad to think of him so brave, on whom we all relied, * passing away to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 15 June 1870

MIISCELLANEOUS, Ayer's Hair Vigor, For restoring Gray Hair to its natural Vitality and Color. A dressing which is at once agreeable, healthy, and effectual for preserving the hair. Faded or gray hair is soon restored to its original color, toith the gloss anGf freshness of youth. Thin hair. is thick ened, falling hair checked, and balk~ ne ooften, though not always, cured by its use. Nothing can restore the hair where the follicles are destroyed, or the glands atrophied and decayed. But such as remain can be saved for usefulneo by this application Instead of fouling the hair with a pasty sedi ment, it will keep it clean and vigorous. Its occasional use will prevent the hair from turning gray or falling off, and co equently prevent baldness. Free from those deleterious substances which make some preparations dangerous, and injurious to the hair, the Vigor can only benefit but not harm it. If wanted merely for a HAIR DRESSING, nothing else sea be found so desirable. Containing neithe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 22 June 1870

Isla , . , , · . .- . . . . A." OSSAT TH WORD OV TOO MUOI .. , VOLUME 25.1 ALEXANDRIA; LA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE .22 1870. - -... jINUMBE1 . .. :, '' ... :. ,.." - .!: ,.':: . . ' :, .'-; , , Ill i I l l mli~n ]1I II [ l lnmninmmnnnnl I~l l l~ I O ianI-H I I lmn n • I II I Il • I i id I nl l -lia II I'll~ lll I / ll n / l lP' I I l • lin lum I =ll;n ......~~~~~~~~~~· --i_* -_.. ... .. . .. . . . .. . .. TSE DEMOCRAT" ispublishedWeek ly, at FIVE DOLLARS per annum, THREE for six months, payable in advance No Sgbscription taken for a less period than 8ix Months. ADaVMRT 'BIMT3 inserted at the rate of $1 50 PER SQUAnR for the first insertion and 75 CENTs far each subso quent one. Eight lines or less, consti tute a square. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: One Column ......-- .. ......... $300 00 Half Column...- ................ 175 00 Third of Colnuam....:.......-- .. 130 00 Fourth~of Column..............- 100 00 Cards, (occupying space of eight lines,oress,) ...............

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 22 June 1870

B. R. BIOSSAT,... ___. IEDITOR ALEXANDRL&. LA. *iXDNEBDAY... t.U 170 .rTHE AN NUAl 6.XHIBITION OF ti .1. the ALEXANDRIA INSTITUTE p for" young :ladies, will take place on t~he evening of iday the 80th day of June, b at HAdI PAST SEVEN O'CLOCK. d ~g The FrlENDS AND .TRONS of the ti Institute'alerespectfully invited to at tend. '· i We have had, an abundance of . in, the whole of the past week-in u fact a littletoo much for the crops-but o none toWcause any serious damage. d s B~iihs taken advantage of the lull iin work, and has cut out a hard-week's work for our planters, provided good, fair weather is theirportion for that .* growez aindications we hi-ogoo4 seasonable timeis at hand. a We have stil" repdrt the cropsias I ery promisi~ng, 'mpr6ovng'and more in last year at ths`time. 1 ,btoania .in fll bloom. on mnost the plantatidas,? with' here and there & 1 young 1ioll. CgOr is pade and laidby everywheFe, expept among the dead. Canes both plant anA. stubble, looks well and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 22 June 1870

b C~Li---i .- .--. LIFT A LITTLE. Lifta little! Lift a littleJ Neighbor, lend a helping hand, To that heavy laden brother, Who, for weakness. scare can stand, What to thee, with thy strong muscle, Seems alight and easy load, Is to him a ponderous burden, Cumbering his pilgrim road. Lift a little- Lift a little! Effort gives one added strength; That which staggers him when risiag" Thou can hold at arm's filllenglh. Not his fault that he is feeble, rot thy praise that thoen are atig, It is God makes lives to differ, Sone froen wailing, some frowh Song. Lif a little! Lift a little! Many they who need thy aid I Many lying by the roadside, 'Neath misfortune's dreary s8rade. Pass not by; like priest and Levite, Heedless of thy fellow man;, -But with heart and arms extended, Blohe good Samaritan. TuuBrATON ROUOE GROSS0 TETS AND SprasoUsA RAILROAD.-The Baton Rouge, Grosse:Tete and Opelonsas Railroad was sold Saturday, June 4, under foreclosure of the mortgage of Mr. Wmin. S. Pike, and was ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 22 June 1870

DR. SHALLEEBERCER'S Fever and Ague N TID O T E Always Stops th eChills. - SThisMediinehasbeen before the Publio *mLno years, and is still ahead of all other -.own remedies. It does not purge, does not sicken the stomach, is perfectlysafe in any dote and ,under all dromstaancoe and is the only ealenlne that will CURE IMMEDIATIELY ad peset y every form of Fever and Ague, because it is a perfect AntMote.te Sold by all ruoggists., W y IS.i+ THAT 80 MANYI children die under. the age of five ears ? That a large proportion ofhil 3ren die under that age,; bqs long been a subject of remark, sad 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 parents, especially mothers; who are more constantly with their children, cannotVe too olserving of the first symp toms of woorms for a surely as they exist, can they be' SSAPFY AND CERTAINLY removed from the most DELICATE INFANT, by the timely use of B....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 29 June 1870

... J' M t .1R* I;- :: ": y-'- '1 _ ,, :4 -+. +. .+ - *-+ :£;.R.* +, 4- .-b ·,· ;L~r" 4- .... ' !' ý.- ,,.t 4--. . ' 1y' ' Aý° ' . ý s e p` +I 3 k --1~ k f' .- 1:,,0 t. .t .+'-L ;.-? " I... h.ie '*': "" ,- EDWgARFD A. flIOSS.&TJ ' TIH WOIJlb IS Mt78RI~bTO-1. VOLUME 25.1: ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 129|,7f "0 h r . VOLUME 25 i •: - :j;-+ : .- E* ET ý v = S TE DZmOCRA~" isp,blishad Week ly, ast TIVE DO! .L.S per apRum, THREE for six months, payable iz l vance 1'No Subscrigtion taken for a less period than Six Months. AbVERTISBEMENT3 inserted at the J rate of $1 50 PER SQUARE for the first insertion and 75 c for each subse- r qlent one. Eight liles or less, consti tute a squaro. The following are our 1 rates to yearly Advertiss: t One Column..... ........ ....... .00 Half olum..----....---.....-...-..-- 1 O Third of Column.:--........... 1303 00 Fourth of Column .............. 100 00 r Cards, 'occupying space of ight 20 lines, orless,). ....... ........ 0 00 Obituary ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 29 June 1870

R. R. BIOSSliAT D 1, Dfl ALEXANDRIA~ ~. WE DNq BDAY ...... izN 29, 1870 Episcopal Services for the Third Sunday after Trinity. S Q IONG PRAYER, with the San SSehool-9f A. IM. oly Commippion Service, beginning with the Litany--10 A M. Sermon on St. Matt XVI 18. An offertory will be asked fcr -the support of the Bishop of the Dioeese. The early Service will be at Dr. H. St. John's School Housi--the Commu nlonS eritce at the Ice aoiuse. HI~JS- ANNUAL EXHIBITION OF h.Li ALEXANDRIA INSTITT for eng ladies, will take p]ac on thd ct e2ing of Thlerpdy the 80th day of June, at i J'AST SE'EN 0OCK. The ?anarrwD ND PARONS of ~the SInt)tuteaier e4p tfully invited to t-. "EGI. x Nl THE Wo RD.-any h lt ano ent livest s1avr .gT ive 1_ir ea . I life, for the rtose Sa ti'd i d ateu r ca ?ed. p8e; aebwith won -:'4l ufnim 1r e1lti ve;s, isl tie '.ingb ds :uInder the ar is of one ,who hannots idtn wll haienb toQ ont he will ,,lose 1 bladders and go to the bftton. T'baei hi to wimn , an is hoil-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 29 June 1870

E. P. BIOSSAT ......... EDITOR ALEXANDI)RIA, LA. WEDNESDAY ......... JUNE 29, 1870 Episcopal Services for the Third Sunday after Trinity. "M ORNING PRAYER, with the Sun . day School--9 A. M. Holy Communion Service, beginning with the Litany--10 A. IM. Sermon on St. Matt. XVI 18. An offertory will be asked for the support of the Bishop of the Diocese. The early Service will be at Dr. II. St. John's School House-the Commu nion Service at the Ice House. 1NTOTICE I TIIE ANNUAL EXHIBITION OF the ALEXANDRIA INSTITUTE for young ladies, will take place on the evening of Thursday the 30th day of June, at HALF PAST SEVEN O'CLOCK. The FRIENDS AND PATRONS Of the Institute ae respectfully invited to at tend. BEGINNING IN TIIE WORLD.-MRany an unwise parent lives sparingly and labors hard all his life, for the purpose of leaving enough to give his children a start in the world, as it is called. Setting a young man afloat with mon ey left him by his relatives, is liko tic ing bladders under the ar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 29 June 1870

APPEAL FOk THEA 1EN OMNU ORIENTis . MENT . Acla! WTarrXt I R- on. mi'U x ih7eAr'x ErntocrrT Pive W DY Tvil vKl4Wvi!ERU. caried patched Prond daughters of the'uiy South, with to know glance like ris~Pg sant - Mr. ur Who ever aided in'g1od-use, and cheer W ed us nobly on; '. Graham If worthy deeds we dd at, and even from th spoke good cheer'-f , When freedom's can - a hopeless and "Th dread spoilatiot n aAli! Remembering yoh forsundo, your geuer- o, 0We *i h i fea sly our cause re- hng n for tte nn eTis nwis  lld onument to our i' th lei Allen's name,; please.5 Auda ndw we make.ap~ to you to aid us Mr. G in'the same. -Brown - - at the ti No.btaver champion erfougaht for lady- from the love or wife, . hin 'is No gentler heart 'elb beat in breast or bowed to love's isect striie; I . v None over for his p4o loved, with great- He was or ardor wronug taken a None but a hero, lioe himself, alone on Mrs. Bra country thougbh' educate When exiled from tie lanud he prized, be- IMr. n1 caus...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 29 June 1870

MISCELLANEOUS, /1. . DR. 8HALLENBLiRER'8 Fever and Ague 'A.T TI.D O T E Always stops the chills. A J ThisMedicine has been before the Public fifteen years, and is stillthead of all other known remedies. It does .not purge, does hot sicken the stomach, is perfectly safe in say dose and under all circumstances, sid I the only Medicine that will ' CURE IMMEDIATELYi and permanently every form of Fever and Agne, because it is r"perfect Antidote to JLaliaara. Bold by all Druggists., VHY I IT THAT SO MANY VY children die under the age of five ,years? That a large proportion of chil dren die under that age, has long been a subject 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 parents, especially mothers, who are more constantly with their children, cannot be too observing of the first symp toms of worms; for so surely as they exist, can they be . SAFELY AND CERTAINLY remove...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 6 July 1870

O ,," .3 .. ... ,DWA . A. "IO"SATJ T ORID IS GOVE TOO TI' vOLUME 26.1 ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDESDAY, JULY 6, 1870. " NUMBER . T.ll DEMOCRAT" ispublished Week ly, at FIVE DOLLaRS per annum, THREE for six months, payable in advance No subscription taken for a less period than Six Months. ADV RSTISWExNT3 inserted at the rate of $1 50 run SQUA.tr for the first insertion and 75 CENTS for each subse quant one. Eight lines or less, consti t#e a squaroe. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: One Column..............--- .... $300 Half Colln ....................-- 130 00 Third of Column.....--------........ 100 00 Fourth of Column.............-100 00 cards, (occupyinO space ofeight s0 00 ines,orless,)........-.....- Obituary !fotices, Marriages, Public Meetings, Cards of, Thanks, etc., to be paid for as as advertisements. SPersonal cards, when admissible arroeddOubl the nusal advertisemonts Sale, Shr ESTABLISIHD IN 180 Genl.sEdi Martin I 'And the flag of his country he nailed to the...

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