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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 23 December 1868

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. WasuV ',INGT)o 9,Dee. 9, 86. Fcllow-Citizens of the Senate and House of I.e;resentatlives: Upon the re-assembling of Congres, it •aain becomnes my -duty to call .youratten tion to the state- of the Union, and to its contiuueo'disbrganized conditionnunder the various laws which have been, passed upon thg sahjct of reconstruction. Ij may b$ safely'dssumed a's an axiom in the govern ment of States, that the greatest wrongs in ficted upon a people are caused by unjust sad arbitrary legislation, or by the unrelen ting decrees of despotic rulers, apd thait tire timely revoiation of'injariouis and opl lr'essive measures is the greatest good that can be conferred umpPa a nation. The. leg islator or ruler who has stte wisdom abtd magnanimnity to retrace his steps when S:onvinced:of error, will, sooner or later, be rewarded with the respect and gratitude of an intelligent and patriotic people. Onr own history, although embracing a period less than a century, affords abu...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 23 December 1868

I OU DID, As children when we nused to phly, ."Upea- e beach in muslin frocke Awd fq~med a tangled disarray O4oaking sho~ýs and tattered socks; Wlitn nurse was driven .to complain, And kind mama so gently chid, BIegging yoFu ne'er to err again, You said you wouldn't-but you did. W/ hen Betty whom you worked so bard. And yet who loved yon none the less, Was prayed, so urgently, to guard A secret from your governess; Yon recollset her pnzzled Jook, Wishing to do as she was bid, - *Ald voTceof'badly feigned rebuke, Which vowed he wouldu't-bunt she did. And ~ei , one afternoon, from town ("Forbidden fruit" supposed to be) A new three volume batch came down . From Mr. Mndie's library; You promised that, however assailed. You would not even raise the lid. But curiosity prevsailed 'Against obedience-and you did 'hat garden party I far the best Of any that I've o'er enjoyed; VWe sat together, while the rest S'(Rarte chance!) were otherwise enjoyed; Though your niiamiº had talked for hours...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 30 December 1868

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 30 December 1868

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: WEDNESDAY.........DEC. 30, 1868. e ý -- ------ The Ofie'i of the " LOUISIANA DEMOCRAT " is offsed.fer tae.. office is new and complete in all ro spLcts and to a party, having money and ia character, it will be disposed of at a liberal price. E. R. BIOSSAT, PROPItETOR. December 30, 1868 British Periodicals. We call attention to the Leonard Scott Publishing Company's republica tion of the British Periodicals, in an other column. For many years past this publishing house has given to the country a reprint of the leading British Reviews and Magazines at a great deal cheaper rate than they cost in Great Britain. The articles of the best Eng lish writers are thus placed before the American reader at a cost no higher than that of the ephemeral productions which appear in the American Maga zines. The enterprise has met with deserved success, and it is as common now to see the English Reviews at the d American fireside as the worthlessb .trash which issues from the Northern...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 30 December 1868

MIxruls, iec. 19.--'The Avalinche's Ihttle Rock Cispatch to-night says reliable information has been received that on the morning of the 16th four comp e s of mil itia, one of negroes, commanded bG Gray Williams, entered Lewibourg fellirHg and shouting, and marched 49 the store of Ikeeden & CGasey, fruced the doot' and set it on fire. Howard & Wells' store was also burined. Luring the fire they shot Mr. Casey. At terrifling his pocketstethe threlW tfdibo in the flames. They still et Wpf the town and go shouting and cding through the streets. None arts pieribitetle to leave With out ptls e. ll quiet 4 Adttsta. It is said puomi iie6 btiient 4ueventesla - atxtaik on the initisl by the otsagvdpeople, feeaing mis reparesehtation. The people deara "the interference of Federal troops in their behalf. A meeting was held in Bateeville t-day five hundrem of all partie participated. 'Jie resolutions dec' re for peace under all circumstances, promising to support the civil authorities t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 30 December 1868

St'rNA Y The mtorning breaks. The air around ti stillness speaks of H,,aven ' Unheardl is every wonrldly slnid, "Tis the day of rest in seven. To-Any no sportsman plies tio oar, No hunter's horn. resnonds, All silent now the wood and shore, The rife shot and hounds. Drsertgl wave the fields of corn, The wheat nlheeded grows, The laborer, too, fatigued and worn, In quiet seeks repose. From village church the tolling bell Gives forth a solemn. sondil, It's holy voice is known full well r1ý Iýý' ig Am 1 tlet e Piý,lth ; AoiN$,,}, ll1 A ý, l d -1 "4,rei t d r$g dlr i-prtodmle, , In straggling tones the rustic choir Send forth a of praise; Attentive now, nimaid and sire, To what the h The service o'er, eie swain With sidelong look: And hopes his red eravt g e May catch the ladies' g ees. Now whip in.la 4he dash by, In wagon grnsfel Bello Tiho' grmnniAo ma 's eye Cries, "Whli id fe " Carriage, hi gigs and Rear off t regation, And then ti ilelar The last to statfio6. And now, heneath ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 6 January 1869

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 6 January 1869

A.LEUXANDRIA, LA.: WEDNESDAY.......... AN. 6, 1*69. \f~ PPEOIAL, Theo Office of the "LOUISIANA )ED 0CMOCfRAT " 's offered for sale. The office is new and complete in all re spects and to a party, having money and a character, it will be disposed of at' a.liberal price. E. R. BIOSSAT, PROPRIETOR. December 30, 1868 -T h o--- E ?- -- :.  -.. THE UNDERSIGNDD IIAS JUST received and offers for sale a FINE AND CHOICE LOT OF IRISH POTA TOES. Ilaniters and others needing them for planting had better call and Sexamine them. E. ?. BIOSSAT. January 6th, 1869. t.s With the departing year of 1868 and the dawn of that of 1869, many changes come along and are dotted down on Time's. calendar. Foremost and prominent among these is the one 4 that has occurred at the Ice House Bar Room. An entire change has taken 1 place at the popular " ExCLszo. ' I Joseph Fellows is again on the ram- I page as a good caterer in his old line I and is now the boss of the fine estab- i lishiyent to which weiare alludin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 6 January 1869

TF3L~týýiE.P'IT _ asuGTro , De. 28.--8a ir tioned {j! heodiespatoeos list niglh, bcdferal Grant goes North this wcek. lie leaveeon ,weasdsy for. Jtiaoortn .where .ho will t i .uCil T~iursda. evening, wvhen he t Philadelphia, there to spend New Year day. year d bAlM iida, mfta i f tlidli tithen Lat accounts are tiled in the Stat, De t4tent, amount in all to something over 31000,000.. i;s t1bW kt of tisthb ef atmnlio, wild o his} "s to i t lrpi dibonidt against D vi o dispose of the latter it is suggest a- that he must surrender himself into dus y, got ouli ,writ of abeas corpus, etar ''herp is aoe, b tbprd amoeg: -llciah rb6lat the pTees or mode:to, be pursued, Thabroedalntatnhas pardoned ')aviu, of ,offensree pprs whldh he is, itld, under twtnd . tronL "The attlrney for;the lovorn mnenu can, Indm a krmiisl or nelgp9gBqýi u idh'd ho *lt t so;. y t e ifit shedidM become necessary thlieatfoteAny for d deb pdautcoq1lismtakeo~ tmotion fim the ipeharge of tle climt batepd,  toi. t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 6 January 1869

AIfT1ILEEN WVITH THE GOLDEN nd H IR. i wicdn tlhelinmpldihtmuc weP4 9l1d, '1n childhao ml's lppy, happy hrs, Or t'hrough the dells and vbalee's strayeas, Awlu gathered bright a~d beautiful how ers; lhat nader grew flower in the doll - - Th'Iat to amy faney eemed.so fair, As aleof ny yyitug heart loved so well, Sweet, Katbleen with the golden hair. Beneath tie green and spreading oak, :.'lhathy .the little .stroamlet grew, One; eve our vows of love we spoke, And, parting, promised to be true; I'ur rIlust sail ý'er ocean wide, A sailoss stornity life to dare, To win a nercdon fbr my bride,' Sweet Kathleen with the golden hair: I sailed afar o'er many seqs, In quiet calm and furfouns torm, Bust still her voice spoke in the breeze, SMylreamilng cyes beheld her form; , At length returned to meet my love, My gathered wealth with her. to share, Snt the willows droop ai gTiovo above,, Lost Kathleen with the golden hair.-: ' I sit again ineathi the old oak's shade, And the moeulight fail...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 13 January 1869

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 13 January 1869

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: WEDNESDAY ........JAN.13, 1869. \\\~ The Rev. Mr. Dillon of the Protest ant Episcopal Church, will hold Divine Service at the Ice House Hotel on Sun day next the 17th inst., at 11 o'clock. SPECIAL, The Office of the "LOUISIANA DEMOCRAT" is offered for sale. The office is new and complete in all re spects and to a party, having money and a character, it will be disposed of at a liberal price. E. R. BIOSSAT, PROPRIETOR. December 30, 1868ro. iam McLean, the carpet-bag impor tation, who ran a Radical advertising sheet in this Town, till lie got tired of it and then made way with it, is once more on the Radical surface. The big organ of his party in New Orleans, and the layout called the Legislature of Louisiana have both taken up the cudgel for him and his pocket. The organ wants the Courts of Oraborn and Barlow suspended in Rapides, and the Legislature is going to votehim money. This is in full keeping with the infa- i mous party, that now rules in our land I and there...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 13 January 1869

WASnINGTO, Jan. 1.-The effect of the President's amnesty proclamation of Christ mas is yet the subject of argument and doubt among the Congressmen and others, and it is asked does the proclamation re mit or cancel all penalties and relieve all disabilities. Among competent judges there does not appear to be any doubt that it can be pleaded il bar to pending crimi nal prosecutions, and that it is within the power and province of the Executive to pardon whether before or after a judicial conviction. But does the proclamation relieve as to the disabilities described in the new amendment to the Constitution, the 14th. This is the mooted question.- May thos6 who participated in the rebel lion now hold office and vote ? Are the disabilities provided for in the 14th amend ment intended as penalties, and, if so does pot the President's pardon obliterate and remove the penalty ? In answer to these it is claimed by some that, notwithstand ing the recently adopted 14th amendment, which provid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 13 January 1869

THE SPJIIX. Dread wardler of an ancient. 1:nd, 'Thon wondrolns frnlil ofrchanlel ss~ one. :cbigning o'er ieagurs of shif!ing sand, Unnnmlbered ages for thy tlhrone; Pigminies, we gaze and pass away I now, Cambyses yesterday. Dim memories of forgotten things Haunt thoso large eyes; the shrphlerd chief., fThe victor's crown-the pride of kings, . E'en meaner mortal's lesser griefs ; ¶Canat thou recall old Menes' face 'I !Hast bowed before Rhodope's grace? 'Those grand lack-lunstre eyes perchance Saw Helen like a goddess move; And Alexander's fateful trance That ruined Ilion for her love; Didst lsear stern Protons quick dismiss The wretch who married a guest-friend's bliss ? Vain-worta than vain-no word comes tlrough ' Thy lips' cold portals. Thon nast seen The conquering Mede, the crafty Jewc Greek sages, Anthony's dark queen; Is't to their ghosts in yon soft haze Thou turn'st that everlasting gaze 7 Great Horns, answer-art thou mute ? Hast no responsive chords for eve, Like Morn's old...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 20 January 1869

E. B- OSSAT] TI-E WORLD IS GOVEZNED TOO MU"O- rSizwoi ANca P[EOPDIITTO. VOLUME 24. } ALEXANDRIA, :LOUISIANA WEDNESDAY; JANUARY'' 1869 {NUMBER 30 . C' ~ ,- ......_l i_·:_· _.: .u . . .H ET -ER % L2M S: 'THE DEMOCRAT" is publishedWeek ly, at FIVE oI,,T.RS per annlllll, TIIREI for six months, payable in advanceo N Sabseriptiou taken for a less period thai Six Months. ADVBRTISEMIENTS inserted at thb rato of 1 50 rIE Squ.uE for the first inscrtioi and 75 CI~NTS for each subse qucnt one. Eight lines or less, consti tuteo t s'jnarc. The following are out rates to yearly Advertisers: One Colnmn .................... $300 00 -1alf Colnin.................. 175 0ft Third of Columnn............... . .10 00 Fourth of Column............... 100 00 Cards, (occupying space of eight lines, or less,)--..------.......---........ ---------20 00 Obituary Notices, Marriages, Public Meetings, Cards of Thanks, ctc., to be paid for as advertisecnents. .~F Personal cards, when admissible, charged doublo ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 20 January 1869

ALEXANNDRIA, LA.: WEDNEBSDAY......... AN. 20, 1869. SPECIAL, The Office of the "LOUISIANA DEMOCRAT" is offered for sale. The office is new and complete in all re spects and to a party, having money and a character, it will be disposed of at a liberal price. E. R. BIOSSAT. December 30, 1868 The Steamer Stonewall This fine, large and safe Packet, in place of the St. Nicholas, is now a per manent fixture in our trade and among other things, offers superior and une qualled inducements and accomoda tions to Texas Stock Drovers. She can with ease, safety and comfort store, under shelter, seven hundred I beeves. We are certain stock men will consult their interests materially if they will give this matter due atten- 1 tion. By calling at Biossat's Warehouse before entering into other arrange ments, Drovers can strike a real bar- I gain with the Stonewall. I She leaves Alexandria punctually t every Wednesday morning at 10 n o'clock. t Honorable D, W. Voorhies. We are pleased to learn that t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 20 January 1869

, AE]ETG'.AL.E- IIc W\VASIscTOs, Jan. 11.-The Reconstruc tion Committee hai been taking evidence for some days relative to the disabilities, so called, of Virginia officials, especially those holding judicial positions, the object being to enact some kind of bill, or pass a resolution removing disabilities, so as to allow those now holding office to he con tiuued therein according to the tenure fixed by the law under which the present incum boets were severely appointed or elected. Gen. Stoneman is known to he averse to he removal of officers chofen according to the existing State enactments if it can be avoided, and the action' of the committee, thus far, has been in accordance with Gen. Stoneman's vi. wa. Voluminous testimony has been taken as to the status of Georgia and Mississippi, but the sentiment of the committee seems to be opposed to any interference in Georgia affairs, because of the fact that by the action of the House itself the State constitution and laws passed thereu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 20 January 1869

A hlt I.tlolu. ::t tmim - ,,r,:15 ,.r~,r ill; A nd. I. s h.b'i liauhtl :m, sil hitsay, 1,.' shows.. :1s Ihe' rn, auitve the ,intsk, A fac tlhat's anything but gay. Oneo word. re: yet tih evening ends- let's close it with a parting rihyen ; Ai1d pledge a hal d to all young friends, As fills a merry Christnma time; On life,'s wide sene you., tno, have parts, That fate ore long shall bid yon play: Good night !-with honest, gentle hearts . A kindly greeting go away! Good night !--I'd say the gricf, the joys, Jnst hinted in this nmimic page, The triumphs and defeats of boys, Are but repeated in our age; I'd say your woes were not less keen, Youtr hopes more vain, than those of men, Your pangs or pleasures of fifteen At forty-five played o'er again. I'd say we siffer and we strive Not less nor more as men than boys With grizzled beards at forty-five, As erst at twelve in corduroys; -And if, in time of sacred youth, We learned at home to love and pray, Pray heaven that early love and truth...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 27 January 1869

BJ. BIOA.] ... zo ,+.opR.xoR VLM2-A.ND:, L W 21.10 " . ''l 1+ e '. - L : 1 ,I i . '" " •. t " I I t r Ii f + + +, :, . ý ý • " ý '. i.. + +- ,.. · ' t.+ ., ,. .- ~ ~ -- ;' .; •L- ,.+, ' :r +,. · : .. . ;+ ,. ' '' . . .. . · • -- + • + • - " " . " .. .. :H E :" ,+R L ,'3 C-' " ;. : i-. R 'D TO +'2 U 't' ,ý P'" " Our L · I ". ,E"N, ,' ,A , N, 7 .. .9 o ssl···;·r "~-. i " ."--.. .:,. .++ ++,+~ -·. ... .. . .n~ ,) ·~\ ..~ ..? • ....... .c ...... .,- ... 'THE DEMOCRAT" ispublishedWeek ly, at FIVE DboLLAu per annflnu, 'tllirs for sij months, pay able in advance Nc hsttbsertitott 1aken for a less period than nix MZontfs. ADVER8iBMENTS inserted at tlhe rate of'$1 50 rRa sQu.uaI for the first insertion and 75 CiscTS dor each subso. quont one.. .ight lines or ress, consti tuto a squgqro. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: One Column:.................. $300 00 Half Column.................... 175 00 Third of Column............... 130 00 Fourth of Columrn............. 100 0...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 27 January 1869

ALEXANDRIA, LASt qDNEBSDA-. ......... A". 29, 180 Sig 2*P ejggl invl 4othe card of Capt. James F. Muse, the commander of the lide;- MT'donhg lo'fre know wetP ;e doing a just act to a- good and worthy man. We have known Captain Mpse Tor many years, and we can truthfully end sincerely say, that we know him .o be a goodprudent, kind, competent gentleman, in the vocation lie has fol lowed from yeuth, and for one, now that trouble has befallen him in the Au tumn.of his days,' will not desert him, nor help tocast insinuations on hisname. He hass a well earned and well merited reputation for the best traitsof human nature, and his card evinces he is still the, same amid his sad misfortunes. We sincerely trust to soon greet him in perfect health, and in our trade on some fine steamer. >' We announce with pleasure, that the THRSPIANS give to-night a performance, and are convinced when our people !know the object, that they rwill be greeted and honored with a full house. The pieces to be g...

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