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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 18 November 1868

M0x'rCGMEBY, NOv. 7.T--The Legislature s lt the entire day in discussing whebther thia is tliebeglnning of a new session or the continuation of the old one. * e:darns from thirty counties give Domo c,io ma4orities of 14,521 and Republicqn mnajorities of 23,600. The remaining are white counties and will probably over nome the majorities of the negro counties' Result is still doubtful. WaLMlSGTo', N. C., Nov. 7.-Retnrns are suffioient to show that the State has gone for Grant by a-oousiderabie majority, th5ough the Conservatives have made large gains. The Congressional delegation stands five Republicans to two Democrats. Ngw YORK, Nov. 7.-The Herald con eludes an article captioned "Fuss and Fury after the Election" as follows: "The Radicals would be more profitably employed studying the true lesson of the election. The people elected Grant be cause they have confidenee that he will se core to the nation the peace for which he fought on the field of battle. They gave the State of New...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 18 November 1868

L'IEI GLOUD OF |W}ITNE8GEB . I leaned uipon a buri:d urn, And thought how life is but a dity, Anid how thie nalf iOu enth iu turn . Iayvo liyed and Flassed away. Tihe earth is peopled with the dead, Who live again in deathlCms hosts. And come and go mwitli noiisclus treal A uuivete of ghosts. Ti'ey:follow after flying ahiips, They flicker through the dity's marts, They hear the cry oimnumanu Iple .The beat of human hearts. T'ley iUger not around their tombs, liuL fair froi clhirchyards keep aloof, To dwell it olal fujuli:r" rooms, Benucath the huousiold roof. 'rhey waken uon at morning light., lThtey chcer theimn ill ticir daily care, 'They lring a weary world at night To Lend thle kmace in prayer. 'Their cirand is of God 'asi4pCd T'o c6mdufot soirow fill it cease, And in the dark and troubled mind To light the lamp of peace, ., 'There is a language, whlspcse4d low, Whireby 'to imortal.ears they speak, T, which we answer by a glow That kindles in the check. Dear shadows, fairer t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 25 November 1868

: :'O ·n ... . ..... ..., . . : I 'I· i- R'' E IOSSAT] - TI DE :. I" -O ,D TO M O A VOLUME 24. I ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA,, WEDNESD-A, :NOVEMBER.25, t86 ... iNU[BER'22. .....~~~~~~~. · ": ''"i1  =o"" - T E IE., 1VE S : STHE DEMOCIAT" is published Week ly, at 1'IVE. DOLL.lS p$r annum, THREE for six months, payabllo in advanuc. 1,,o Subscription takeu for a less period than Six; MoPths. ADVERTISEMlINT3 inserted at. the rate of $1 50 PER sqan for the first insertion anid 75 CN'ers for each subse quent one. Eight lines or less, consti tute a square. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: One Column..................... $300 90 Half CoInmn:.................... 175 00 Thiird of Column........ ........ 130 00 Fourth of Column......-........ 100 00 Cards, (occupying space of eight linosorlesss,)...,....-........ ~0 00 Obituary Notices, Marriages. Public Meetings, Cards of 'Thluiks,, etc., to' be paid for as advertiscniemnts. . EV Personal cards, whben admissible, charged d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 25 November 1868

ne ganidata p twcrat. ALEXANDRIA, LA.: WEDNEsDAY........NOV. 25, 1868 We are authorised to agke..public, that a meetiog of the Planteri and land holders of the Parish of lliapides, will take place in Alexandria, on SATURDAY, the 5th day of DECEM DE1, 1868... A full meeting is desired and expect ed, as matters of great and vital im portance to them and their immediate interests, willt be, onsideed anudids cussed. FOR 8ALE, A FINE LOT OF OATS and BRAN. SE. R. BIOSSAT. Nov. 25th, 1868. Tab ouin Vivanta. We liope it will be remembered that the young ladies of the Episcopal Churlch at Cheneyvillo propose giving an exhli bition of Tableaux Viiants, Charades, &<., on Sattird y next. Not long since the Church at. Cheneyvillo was trncck by ilfghtning twice in the samie day aid very much injured. The oliect of this exliil ition is to raise funds to repair it. The enterprise is worthy of patronage on charitable grounds alone. But we have no.ildoubtthat .those who'pttend will be amiply r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 25 November 1868

B UT 1TH7?EB.. W::atcllilug tho conistantr Sea wiaves ouP, ýWatehLiig the faithful ,~tar'ight's gl'1 -' sea'but thee. Listening to winds that softly sing, Jbite#iing to hotue i i'jF!_ilh : " jigteiuinit to laeit t Ts Irtlli: t ring; v . I hear )6thth) -; Speaking of all that's good and pure, praising the deedsi thiat can but bless, pdaisng thle woitls hf tenderneas, _, 'T' Sraisiug the aniil thoath. esididtysjfs .sI le i.stlu t gloa ; , its . v .h swc ,ý'.T  ..:,T, e .l,'v.' ....... I' lis'LJ't{-: they . ; r " ..... : Loving th Aerest for I et . , ./~j~;;:;i t" d " i t·fnV :i! trp;.:-, - ists tdisc noit ." ". . :'. " , dinscising the canges itin th ztMipe; l : .Tein Cuban expedition, eveitemelt is dy ing ut. .. . i " lsoffmnan, Qovenror elect, his rpgnIe S'the yorlltk" ofi thi 'lty. \hn t!ey will probably be thisie ; tCCicsor ". ' *, NiS"Yoi ; .N..1. 1.-The i l shift dlisci oit the Unitded Sitteh td 4 -fr: :gTeay lhesbon getttpeigolrit'herioeu t isytle ,with IMayshtaldpeL ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 25 November 1868

1coNtIriNUW FROM ,rn. PAGE.] to many of those who ought to be equally .worthy.ohjectas our solicitude and care. Look to our youths ; look to the dangers lorwlHilh they are exposed Ia these,. our dayp of dissolving morality. There is not one of ns but may exert some saving inflo eone. Let our unceasing and disinterested Slabors be, therefore, turned into a lesson anld eneouragement for those who will full - soon take our plzcet,'nnd who, even now, require, as we have required, to be guided, fortified and. sstained in the path of recti 'tiide: Out of the convulsions of the times, like the prostration which follows disease, there seem to be an apathy for everything, except the materialities of life, which boded evil to the future of our society. Let us, Stherefore. strive and bravelystrive I Young and old iot n~aexihort ; let us shake eff this .unworthy -pnd servild condition of soul. ..ett us, in no degree, le accomplices of the i6u6ral'thipe which seems to deaden all or'adbler impuls...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 2 December 1868

.A" ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I ,A II lii4· __ ~_ ··  . ..... . . ., .. --7-' ." .~ .· -·,- ~ " " . . . . . " " " " . .. . ; : - ' )' - r . .  : " " : . . .. . "   '  . . i t  - -  '. i- , ,: [ , . ' - : ' ; : . : ; . - ' :  - -" .. " :  . : -:  . . - - : ,,i : : , ,- : : : . , . > . .. ," . . . . : " ' r'' ;+ . i ; " - • -,. . ... . - ., " . . " , . , , " i ' ' ALEX NDRA LUISINA ... 'DEC.E' ...  :"' .... -" .... -::,:. '-" i:¥ V O L U E 2 . }.. . ... . . , . " " ' ".t,::'" " '"  ,I L:>W E . S , . ': " ' . ...:: - - -'" " " '"  -. R  -'" ';: '.,"1[!  , , ,. :.. ....... .. . .... " . .. .. " " " . . .. ,.i # D . . ._.,_ TER I S : *THE DEMOCRAT" ispublishedWeek ly, at vIVE DOLLARSn per annum, TIILEE for six months, payable in advance. No Subscription taken for a less period than Six Months. ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate of $1 50 PER, sQU.ricl for the first insertion and 75 Cs TS for each subse qnent one. Eight lines or less, consti tute a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 2 December 1868

,ALEXANDRIA, LA.: WEDNESDAY ......... DEC 2, 1868. ST.. JA.M$s ' CHUUROHI There Will be a meeting of the Exec ut.ive Committee at the Ice House Ho tel, on MONDAY next, ab 12 M. All the members of the' Committee are urgently requested to be punctual ly in attendance. IIOICE Strawberry Plants--Vil ' son's Albany. To Triomphe de Grand. Apply to H. ST. JOHN. What Waa It ? On last Saturday evening, at about 7 o'clock, our whole population were startled at a quick, fierce and loud shock, sounding like the bureting of an immnense shell or the report of a large gun. Every building in the Town fairly shivered by this strange report, and for miles in the countryit was felt, The Frolic and Fletcher had just gone up, and many wcre the fears and con jectures that one of these -boats had blown up, for souu they remembered the ill-fated. Cuba last Fall. Threw days have clasped.antl we know that the Frolic and the Flecher are safe; and still no one can -tll whence. came this young earthquake. It:-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 2 December 1868

A BACHELOR'S LAMENT. lii the solemn ghdu of deUepejinl night, Lonely and sad by the dimn fire-light- With no other home but this cold hearth stone, In the dreary world, I'm alone, aloni! c N'o sound of welcome falls on my ear, c No loving hand over clasps mineu here. Alas! for the weary hearts that pine, For rpst, and home, anldtlhe light divino- t 't'hat only. bnrup on the sacred- hearth t Where: we g:ther our loved ones, our trcas- I iurs of earth. 1 put at night while I list t& the Autumn s rain, -' As it oeas'les ly behts on the window f panlo, . Visions I see in the glowing otlihers, Of hopes buried .long in my heart's adep e chnamers; s Phantoms that come, in the dim twilight, Spirits that dwell in the realms of night. Shadowy forms comiinlback again, In the ideal dreams ofmy'restless brain. The blc.ased who have crossed the river of life. o ' And left mu alone with earth's asorrow and strite. Ana dearest of all that shadowy band, u WVho lhave conime from the shores of the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 2 December 1868

I 'sltlIelxD etit e lwlH PAV . J ,rne.d t. t the apartments of the Coomman der-in-t'lhidf where again, at full length, and ever a dinner, they talked over the pest. Mayer was lost in ecetacies at hav lug furnislied the future Emperor and his friend, on credit, with boots ; but his de light was a little abated wlhep Paul insist ed on Mayer, at the epoch of i marriage with Katerina, shutting up shop and retir ing from business. TI" good German grumbled- excessively; but a smile from Katerina soon set aside all his scruples, while the old man himself smiled grimly at the thought which illumined his brain sud denly. A month later, Napoleon being about to leave Paris, the marriage took place, and Katerina became a General's wife. Paul, a thorough soldier-a brave and noble char acter-rose in his profession even higher, and proved a good husband and an excel lent father. Neither he nor his wife ever changed their principles, serving Nanoleon only from the conviction that, after the Revolut...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 9 December 1868

r;.o s .U r ,. BIOSSATJ . . .. . ..WORLD IS ..-" V ".". .' "RA:V.. - "-Q' VOLUME 2 ALANIA, LOUISIANA " "-. .. . . . . a t ' .1{. , . ; . ,. ' . elmi-.. TE R1 1 S : -THE DEMOCRAT" ispuhlishodWeek ly, at FIVE DOLLARSi por annum, THREE for six months, payable in advance. No 8nbscrilition taken for a less period than Six Months. ADVERTISEMBINTS insorted at the rate of $1 50 PER SQUARE for the first insertion and 75 OCE'Nrs for each subsce quout one. Eight lines or less, consti tute a square. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: One Column..................... $300 00 Lallf Column.................... 175 00 Third ofT Column............ . 130 00 Fourth of Coluu........... ... 10 00 Cards, (occupying. spaoe of eight lines, or less,).................. 20 00 SOhituary Notices,ý Marriages. Public Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advcrtisements. , I .Petainal oards; when admisible, charged double th uspuIadvertisemeomoir. J.1 Ii ADVERTIS MENT's. - JMIENT. -Mrs...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 9 December 1868

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: WEDNESDA........DDC. 9, 1868. s P El3 C I .A. L. - The Ladies of St. James' Episcopal hurch will hold a meeting on Christ mas Eve, DECEMBER 24, in the Long Roomt over Cruikshank & Hynson'sl Store. There will be a Christmas Tree with articles for sale, and refrosln;ments. Entrance, $1 00-doors open at 6 P. M. One Dollar entrance will entitle the bearer to some prize on the Tree. a Any friends of the Church who wish to contribute any articles for sale, can leave them at the Treasurer's, HENRY ST. JOHN. December 9, 1888. iew Orleans Market. Cotton still holds firm ruling for or dinary at 201 and 21}c., good ordina ry at 211 and 22c., Low Middling at 22) and 224e., Middling 224 and 23c. Sugar, inferior 7c., Sc for good com men. Molasses, for common 45e., fair 50 and 55c., and for choice 56 and 60c. Pork, New Mess' 25, and Old Mess $25 50. o' The steamer Glide, Capt. Muse, met with a serious accident, last Sun dlnay-morning. While descending the upper Falls, she str...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 9 December 1868

[FoR THE DI:MOCRAT. Father, as the years roll o'er us, Snrging with earth's toil and care, As life's battle rages fiercely, And we sink neath dark despair; How we miss thy loving accents, .Words of cheer and oomfort given, pointing ever through earth's darkness To the glorious light of Heaven. Truest earthly friend e'er given, Never did we feel thy worth, Till thy love and care forever Passed away from us on earth. lestiin peace, o r sainted Father! Thou hast joined the loving band, Who were waiting to embrace thee, In that better, happier Land. E. T. TrELEIGRA-PHIIC. IT New YORK, Nov. 30.-This morning's Tribune says an effort is to be made to throw out the electoral vote of Louisiana, and that the significance of this is that the Congressmen elected are not to be admit ted. Tie opinion in best informed politi cal circles hero is that the electoral .vote and Congressman of both Louisiana apd Georgia will be rejected. The Committee of the Regular Board of Brokers reported to-day in f...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 9 December 1868

AMO. When he told me that he loved me, 'Twas the'flowery month of May ; I put roses in my ringlets. ' And went singing all the day When he told me that beloved me, In the pleasant month of May ! Still, he told me that beloved me In the snnmer time of Jnne ; When the toses blushed the redder, And the birds were all in tune- And I blushed (becausd he loved, me) Redder than the rose of June ! Yes ! because I knew le loved me, I went singing with the birds, All the day I listened to him All the night I heard his words. Dreaming nightly that he loved me, I was blythor than the birds! Bnt--I didn't know I loved him! Till I found one summer day, That, in saying how he loved me, He had wiled my heart away Only saying how he loved me Through the long bright summer day ? Still, he told maibat he loved me. When the roses fading fell; And the birds had all ftorgotten That sweet tune I've learned too wellU ]"or I love him, and he loves mnge.-. ,. More than any words can tel ' THiE DU-EL. hTave y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 16 December 1868

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 16 December 1868

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: WEDNESDAY.. ..... DEC. 16, 1 htl h will l~old a meeting, of Christ mas Eve, DECEMBER'24, in the Long, Room over . Crikehauk d Hynson'sa Store. There will-be a Christmas Tree with articles forsale, and refrelhments. Eptatce, 50 oents-daoom open at 6 P. IL After anmission the payOent of la addibtionq 50 cent will, entitle the beererof~ the ticlet to a prise on the Tree. l Ay friendsof the .hurck who *ish to ontribuse any articles for sale, can leavethem at the Treasurer's, HENRY s;, JOHN. Deanber. 9,.1868. 'The lbverend A. G. 1Bakewell will preach inihis Town. on next Sunday, at I I o'clock, at the usual place. t~ We mublish elhere, as a mat ter of iformation, and somie interest to the citizens of the Corporation' of Alex .astha, the:proceedings had it the last .e-Leon o fthe Board of Councilmen. We'wil fuirther make kitdtn that we ave beae requisted to an nounte, thMat a nmeting'ofthe citizens of each' Ward hillbe lield, on Mmortlay, Deember 26th, 1868, for the pu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 16 December 1868

.:' [I WE' DEMOClRAT. llcak i)ecember winds are sighing S .y1 411h rain-llyOe l ik a;ulltt, r-, i, l th1 witlhered' hiavus are flying Swiftl3' in the cold chill blast. Lowly bends thio wCeepCig willow, Al the mourner bows in prayer; ~lurmnirs breathing through its branches dp. the w'ailiDng ofdtpar. . ' ... And my spiritnanawers sadly To the willow's umournful dirge, And the dark waves of affliction jyVad terighl bany *ies airgc'; For a "Itttr4oinm, drehryv And a storm wiich ne'casball cccac, in mgy heCUrt abid.e--Until I Find at last dternal peace. . T. W VAQ#uJoQNs, oe. .,-' !J1,olored mwtr ber firow Louisi.ana, MUsandrWas. up'athe Ab.or oft eh JrIIbse tis .afterpoo, and was tse liob bf the day,' flsctintg fo. a '~sit sni6 obsdrvation tligi any 'dther'iiodn presant. He did not take a T tegar e ait spor the floor, but-remained upon .a sOfa liatseing.quietly to the proceedings., p'U~ n, theimo. sofaE.aat Ohief- Justloe 2pses, otu ot Carolina, hlio is hete, to get hiadisabdl es ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 16 December 1868

THIIE "AS2T NIGHT AT HOME. Ja AM.. NY.V.. Y.M, I nint leave yon all, dehMones, 1~M trust friends on earth, - For chihlltowl days and riper years Make plainer still your worth. Oh feeble. faint, and trembling 0ill Are all the words I say! Wheno my full heart seems bhiating, then For you, dear ones. I pray. " Father ! yon are. growin old. No more The free, firm footstep's thine; And on thy head, a glorious crown, ,The silvery loeks now shine. Father! thy daughter loves thee well; Though erring oft,-yet give Thy blessings ere I leave thy home, In a new home to live. Mother! with reverent lips I speak The holiest name Ikno w Oh. thou art true, thgugh all fosake Thy daughter here below ! Mother, forgive the tears I've caused From thy fond eyes to fipy, And with thy trembling lip now bless Thy Mary as I go. isters! I leave you all And now A faithful memory brings Some bitter memories back to me Upon her darkened wings. I have hot loved as.you baus loved, Fotgiving allthe wrong,. S' gentl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 23 December 1868

-71· finf i ':I ~ ~ k·.: ·;~ ···- - ·1- W- 1 i •- ·· .i : : ; - .s, i~VOLUME, 2h.1I ALEXANDEIA ,'OV!SIAN.A ..... :"," WENEDAY" ..... ',DCMER ,234- ,1868. ..":{''"2,'NM]R ;~~~. '" l mn l 'l llaI lu n mn u m i u I i a nn "".."' __' ",  , 1 . T ELu r 1V : ''THE flEMOCRAT"' ispeblihbed Weck ly, at FLVFE DOLL.AS per anlnum, TrifltE for six nionths, payablo in advance. No .Snbscription taken for a less period than 'Six Months. ADVERTI.1ME.NT3 iusertoe, at ,the rate of $1 50 PEfl sQUAretl for the first insertion and 75 C1XTS for each slbse quent one. Eight lines or less, consti tnio a square. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: One Colhum...................... $300 00 H]alf Column...................... 175 00 Thiird of Colunin............... 130 00 Fonrth of Column... .... ... .. 100 00 Cards, (occupying space of eight"* Slines, or less,)................ 20 00 Obituary., Notices, Marriages, Public Moetings; Cards of Thanks, etc., to be -paid-for as advertisements. , ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 23 December 1868

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: WEDNES9DAY.. . DEC, 23, X.68. .he Ladies of St. James' Episcopnl hutrch will hold a meethig on Christ. mnas Eve, DECEMIlBR 24, in the Long Room over Crikshank & Hynson's Store. 'There will be a Christmas Tree with articles for sale, and refreshments. t:.ntrance, 50 cents-doors open at 6 P. M. After anmission the payment of ,ifn additional 50 cents will entitle the hearer of the ticket to a prize on the Tree. Any friends of the Church who wish to contribute any articles for sale, can` Icave them at Ihe Treasnrer's, HENRY ST. JOHN. December 9, 1868. M Among the varied excitements and amusements launched forth for the good of the Alexandria folks, during this Christmas week, we Inst not onmit to mention, and to mention with commendation, the arrival if C. W. Noyes' Great Crescent City Circus! The bare mention that there is a Cir cus hero is sufficient to turn the heads of the old folks and to make the hearts of the juvcniles leap with joy. Noth ing could be more ...

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