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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 27 January 1869

WAsmovox, January 18.--Intelligence has reached this city from as authentic source, that the Spanish Government, is favorably inclined to tfidsfer th. 7alatid'of Caba to the United. States, and that the terms suggested are such as would proba bly meet with favor by our Governrtient nduuch of our.people as approyve,'otie Spurcehae or anneiationq of Cuba. , : The conditions agnn .w.hich,Spaid coudld p rt with the island have not yet trans "The insurgents, it is learned, ho*ever,. sare confident of shortly gaining entire ps session of Cubs, or claim to have now se .ared possession of mierethan one-half of ., e island.. They assert., ta their etrength and status are such as to warrant their re cognition by this Government as belliger The ddlegabon of 'irgiia Conserva iivs, who bed been here for. some days in consultatiOn with mnenlbeis of Co6nress, called'bipo: Presedent d'ohdson tonay to ro' converfaiohns with Reupblican Congressmen to-day it appears to be eqr tain 'sdkla tion will s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 27 January 1869

THlE OLD HOMESTEAD. BY ALICE CARY. When skies are growing warm and bright, And in the woodland bowers, The Spring-tine in her pale4 faint robes. SI calling up the flowers; - When all with naked little feet Tihe children in the morn Go forth and in the furrows drop The seeds of yellow cru, Vhat a beautiful embodiolent Of ease, devoid of pride, In the good old-fashioned homestead With the doors set open.wide I )bnt when the happiest time is come That to tihe ye-ar belongs, When all the vales are glled with gold, And all the air with songs; When fields of yet unripened grain And yet nngarned stores Remind the thrifty mnsbandwan Of ampler threshing floors, fhow pleasant from the din and dust Of the thorough-faro aloof, Stands the old-fashioned homestead, With steep and mossy roof! When home the woodman plods with axe Upon his shoulder swnng, And in the knotted apple tree :Are scythe and sickle hung; WThen low about her clay-built nest 'The mother swallow trills, And decorously slow, the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 3 February 1869

.~ ~ ~~~: . ... . :  ... :.. - ,--:-- i :... - .... -- . .. .. -,- - :-- - , -.-, - --T -- ----,  = , ..:- . . . E R. "3IOSS.ATJ THE. WOEIvLn. I GOv N":Dn TOO MU_. r.... Ei :.;. VOLUME 24. } ALEXANDRIA, LOUISTANA, WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 3, 1869 IM THE DEMOCRAT" ispublishedWeek Iy, at F~El DOLLAR8 ,per annum, THREE for six monthIb, payable in advance No tnbscription taken for a less-period than Six Months. ADVERTISEMihNT3 inserted at the - rate of $1 5 rER sU4RE for the first insertioa and 75 CENTS for each subse quent one. Eight lines or less, consti tute ib square. The folloiting '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,orless,) .................. 20 00 Obiitnary Notices, Marriages, Public Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to he paid for as advertisements. -iP Porsonal cards, when ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 3 February 1869

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: WEDNIESDAY........... EB. 3, 1869. --rz 13 The New Orleans Deutsche Zei tung, speaking of the election of Carl Schurz to the Senate of the United States, says, "Schurz is thefirst native German and the first foreign born citi zen of the United States that ever sat hi the Setate." Our German contem porary is mistaken. While Mr. Schurz inay be the first German, there have been several other foreigners who have been elected to the Senate. Mr. Al bertGallatin who was a native of Swit zerland, was elected to the Senate from Pennsylvania in 1793, but his seat was Vacated the next year by a resolution of the Senate, because he had not re sided in the United States the nine years required by the Constitution. General Shields who was a Senator troem Illinois and afterwards from Min siesota, was born in Ireland.. Of the Senators from our own State Judge Porter was an Irishman and Mr. Soule (and, we believe, Mr. Destrehan also) a Frenchman. We would here remark tha4 we. have t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 3 February 1869

"La Patience est Amer, mais Son Fruit est Doux." ILy R. T. While wearily plodding o'er life's rugged road, Keep ever this motto in view, 'Twill lighten thy cares, make brighter the joys La patience eat amer, mail son fruit eat doux! If sorrows and trials encompass thee round, Those you loved prove false and untrue, Oh, never despair, be hopeful and firm, La patience eat amer, mains son ftrit eat donz Should thy sky be o'ercast, dark threat sing clouds lower, All sunlight be hid from thy view, Look up through the gloom, with faith see the light La patience eat amer, mais' son fruit eat doux. Then patiently wait, the morning will dawn, Earth's flow'rets shall blossom anew, With joy most extatic exultant thou'It siug La patience eat amer, maeis son fruit eat doux. TEDZGLT ETA1PEIC. - WVAsumNorox, Jan. 25.--The Attorney General has decided that when a Captain in the army has been sectenced by a court martial to reduction in rank by having his name placed lower on the hat of officers of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 3 February 1869

.SETTER LATE THAN NEVER. fY J. D. E. An Mlage old in youth I heard, My city neighbors telling, And well does every wisdom word In memorv claim a dwelling: My hov, said they, what though the prize Eludes your first endeavor, Keep trying on-the best advice Is better late than never. And so while'battling still through life With truth on hope relying,; If haffled in the. busy strife I struggled on-kept trying: Success would crown some happy chance, Some movemen't hold and clever, Int wtiine's mnazy changeful dance t1is better late than never. Itt senitimes we the adage hold, False as when we discover A maiden pri~aturely old, And etghihnfor a lover. A foolish flirt in early years, With true hearts toying ever, The balm that soothed intrusive fears Was, better late than never. At length awakes this silly lass, Some chilling winter morning. And reads, while looking in her glass, A true but fearful warning. Amgzed ehe sees that early 'charms Are gone, alas! forever, 4,d wildly panting wit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 10 February 1869

:. I. E IOSSAT]J T,WORLL IS • , 7... . TOOs MTTOII-O -' (EDITOE? , AD P O 7~ TOR VOLUTME 24. ALEXANDRIA;i LOUISIANA, WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 10, 1869. 3. TH:'DI OCRA ' ispaulishedWeek ly, At PIa.DqWorU per anva4I1 TRais .: .foresimonths, payable in advance. No :8bsorbition taketn for'a less petodtthan .r 1snt he: ABDVt Elzfd q':'3 i at the rate of L SQ PER SQUAR ; for the firqt insertion, asn 75 cmrre for each-.ubsc, quent one. Eight lines or luess consti tute a square. T he following are our rates 'to yarly Advertise : OneColuimn........... ..-. -- 300 00 Half Column.....,.. _......~; - 175 00 Third of Column.......1.. .. 130 00 'nurth of Columu.......... 10a 000 'Cards, (occupying asp c of eight lines, or less,) ............. ...20 00 Obituary qgtpes,. Marriages. Pubfic Meetings, Cards pf Thanks, etc., to be paid for as adrertisements. ' , ,,, I r"Personal eoads, ,whten-, admissiblel charged double the usual advpJtisements. MISOELLAIEOJS1 . I I. C. MiLL 1, .FRONT ST., ALEXANDR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 10 February 1869

the gouisb g o r41.~at ALEXANflRIA, LA WEDNZSDAY..... ... FEB. 10, 1869 ,.Gib New Orleans Market. CorroN-Ordinary at 251 and 25I, Good Ordinary at 261 and 27+, Mid dling at 281 and 29. SUGAn--Inferior, 81 and 91, Common 10} and 101, Fair, 11 and 111, Prime, 121 and 131, Choice, 131 and 14. MOLASSES--Prime, 66 and 68, Choice t8 and 70 cents. FLoUa-Double Extra, $7,25, Treble Extra, $9,50 ar Choice Extra, $11,50. "Poin-Meas Pork, $34,00, and ad vancing. General Sherman's Visit. It is expected that Lieut. General Sherman. with a part of his family, will arrive on the next boat from New Or leans on a visit to our parish. Gen. Sherman was the first Superintendent of the State Seminary and while at the head of that institution made many warm friends in this parish and in other parts of the State. Since he left us many ehanges have taken place alll around us, but though his friends were thrown into antagonism with him the U during the war doubtless all of them now while they may not forget...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 10 February 1869

proceedings of the Police Jary. ALEXANDRIA, LA., Feb. 1, 1869. The Police Jury of the Parish of Ra pidos met pursuant to a notice issued by the Clerk. Present: Joseph Fellows, Thos. J Gill, C MI Calvit, Moses Bowie, J W\ Martin, Jesse Clifton, Chas L Robinson, Chas W. he Juor was called to order, by Mr. Boyce. The Jury then proceeded to a per manent organization by electing the fol lowing officers, viz: Chas W Boyce, President, W W Whit tington Jr, Clerk, John Clements officer of the Police Jury, E R Bioseat Treasurer, HI L Daigre was appointed Parish Attor ney, by ratifying the act of the Parish Jadge in appointing him District Attor ney pro-tempore. The Jury then adjourn ed until to-morrow at 10 o'clock. Attest. WW IIITTINGTON, JR., Clerk of P J. AKXA1xDax1A, La., Feb. 2, 1869. The Jury met according to adjournment Present: 0 W Boyce, President, T J Gill, C L Robinson, Moses Bowie, Joe Fellows, C M Calvit, Jesse Clifton, J W Martin. The minutes were read and approved - On motion t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 10 February 1869

liMUSIC IN CAMP. BY J. R. THOMPSON. Two armies covered bill and plain, Where Rappahannock's waters Run deeply crimsoned with.the stain Of battle's recent slaughters. The summer clouds lay pitched like tents In meads of heavenly azure; And each dread gun of the elements Slept in its hid embrasure. The breeze so softly blew, it made No forest leaf to quiver, And the smoke of the random cannonade Rolled slowly from the river. And now, where circling hills looked down With cannon grimly planted, O'er listless camp and silent town, The golden sunset slanted. When on the fervid air there came A strain, now rich, now tender; The music seemed itself aflame With day's departing splendor. A Federal band, which eve and morn Played measures brave and nimble, Had just struck up with flute and horn And lively clash of cymbal. Down flocked the soldiers to the banks, Till margined by its pebbles, One wooded shore was blue with "Yanks," And one was gray with rebels. Then all was still, and then the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 17 February 1869

. . R. BIOSSAT, TH.E WORLD IS -OY N'"ED TOO MU CET. ( -"DITO VOLUME 24. l ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, .1869. -{Nfl -. T 1 l R, VIV S : THE DEMOCRAT" ispublishedWeek ly, at FIvE DOLLARS per annum, THREE for six months, payable in advance No subscription taken for a less period than Six Months. ADVNTSISEMBNT3 inserted at the rate of 41l 50 PER SQUARE for the first insertion and 75 CETrs 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..................... 175 00 Third of Column................ 130 00 Fourth of Colhmn .............. 100 00 -Cards, (occupying space of eight lines, or less,)................... 20 00 Obituary Notices, Marriages. Public Me3tings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. (F Personal cards, when admissible, charged double the usual advertisements. MISCELLANEOUS. I. C. MILLER, .FRONT ST., ALEXANDRIA, LA....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 17 February 1869

ALEXAN1RI1A, LA.: VBDH q FA `. .,: T-M 1'7, 1869. - I /\ SArrival of General Sherman. Lieutenant-General Sherman, accom panied by his daughter and Col. Day ton and lady, arrived on Sunday morning last on the steamer Lotawan na and took lodgings at the Ice House Hotel. We had the pleasure of meet ing him at the hotel where many of his old friends called on him and talked over the scenes of former times. On Monday the General visited the State Seminary of which he was the first Superintendent. He took a view of the grounds and buildings and inspect ed the class rooms as in old times when he was on duty as its presiding officer. We understand that the Gen eral expressed himself highly gratified at the flourishing condition of the In stitution, so ably managed by his old friend and colleague. " We are pleased to observe that Gen. Sherman is in much better health than we expected to find him. He shows signs of having been handled by father Time during the last eight years as unsparingly ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 17 February 1869

Alledged Gigantic Frauds. Tas CASE OF A. S. MANSFIELD-DECISION or IIE UNITED STATES COURT AS TO THE E. E. LEE. This celebrated sunit, which has attrae ted almost as much attention as any ever brought In this State, was on Wednesday disposed of, so far as the It. E. LEz is con cerned, by a.decree of the United States Court. We republish below, in. order to meet the demand, the bill of complaint and the decree of what, from the amount of money and the number of first class steam boats involved, will long be remembered as one of the curiosities of litigation: On or about the 23d of January, 1867, by an instrument in writing, signed by A. S. Mansfield and your orator, and esubse quently by Peter Butler, Mansfield con tracted to sell among other things, to your orator, one half of the steamboat R. E. LEE one-third of the steamboat Magenta, and one-third of the steamboat Grey Eagle, for the sum of 200,000, which were paid Mans feld by the allowance of a credit for that amount upon a large...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 17 February 1869

INDIAN SUMMER. J ust after the death of the flowers, And before they are buried in snow, There comes a festival season, When nature is all aglow Aglow with a mystical splendor That rivals the brightness of spring Aglow with a beauty more tender Than aught which fair summer could bring. Some spirit akin to the rainbow Then borrows its magieal'dyes, And mantles the farspreading landscape In hues that bewilder the eyes. The sun from his cloud-nillowed chamber Smiles soft on a vision so gay, And dreams that his favorite children, The flowers, have not yet passed away. There's a luminous mist on the mountains, A light azure haze in the air, As if angels, while heaveuward soaring, Hath left their bright robes floating there. The breeze is so soft, so caressing, It seems a mute token of love. And floats to the hearts like a bleasing From some happy spirit above. These days, so serene and so charming, Awaken a dreamy delight A tremulous, tearful enjoyment, Like soft strains of music at nigh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 24 February 1869

:_ . i :.ý 7 , 1 }"',i' .. +. .... t i : 1 ' ?` Fý. ."ri !F ,!ý :':, i ettt : 1rI t r iý} i`#f' ý f:t·f.a,ý n .. / [' 1.' ! ' 4P ý! { j r: . s . i " t f 3. j s imp f it leii i~ J B ATT WORLtD IS 2Oý1 ý NT T _ Ua ... ,.; VOLUME 24.1} ALEXANDRIALOUISIANA, WJDNE-T~4j "E131 UARY' 4 1ý6, the removat TE 1EDIMOCRAT" ispublished Week ly, a1t ktr DbLL:AS per 1annum;.TwREE fo I. mnotlns, layable hi advaeii• NTo bi ii tion takefior a less pcriodthan vDIsRTIBaL1Z ENTS inserted at the rate of (1ieo; PFR squAnu for the first insertion aid -75 Ca--rs :for each snube deat $hio.-. i thlines o. less, consti tite a qsqare. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: .One Column .................. 300 00 Half Column.................... 175 00 Third of Column............... 130 00 Fourth of Colmon............... 100 00 Cards, (occupying space of eight lines, or less,).................. 20 00 Obituary Notices,. Marriages. Public Mestings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. 4V...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 24 February 1869

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: WEDNESDAY: ....:E. 4, 1869. New Orleana Market. Corrox-Themarket is still depress ed by the latest advices from Liverpool and New York. We quote for low middling 26} and 26# cents, middling 27 and 271 cents. ScoAR-Prices still have an upward tendency. We now quote inferior 91 and 10 cents, common 12 and 13t cents, fir 14 and 141 cents, fully fair44* and 15 cents, prime 15 and 16 cents. MoLtAsses-Also improving in prices and in aeitve department. We quote, for common and fermenting 65 and 70 cents, fair 75 and 77 cents, prime 77 and 78 cents, for choice 78 and 80. FPouon-Superflne6,75, double extra, 7,25, treble 8,25 and choice family 12,50. Ponx-Market a little dull, with a downward tendency in price. We quote Mess at $34,50 and 34,75. BRA--We quote, with a dull mar ket 1,15 and 1,20 per 100 lbs. OATS-Are in light supply and prices have advanced; we quote 75 and 85 per bushel. HAY-Is in light supply and good de mand, with an upward tendency in prices. We now quote a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 24 February 1869

[ton THE DEMOcRAT. Oh, weary soul sighing for rest ! SO, troubled Ihe.rt be still . Sefabevain repid, ~Aeleas grief- Bow to thy Maker's will. He beasteneth to be l ind Thronghfire the gold make pure: His, grace shall give thee strength to besar 'And all earth's ills endure Though crushed beneath one fatal sP: Thy brightest hopes have been; Tho' on the cloud which shrouds thy sky No silver edge is seen still tinstingly look'uip! -O e friend is eve' k id; 'ri'His to sooth the aching heart The wounded spirit'biidd. E. T .WA5snmo tor; Feb. 15.-The bodies of all those executed for complicity in assas asition of Mr. Lincoln have been removed savethd remains of Payln.e 'ihe bodies of Booth, Harold nAterBdt were remov ed to-d . -~ The r st was taken to "Balti more fo` fitrinenti beside the body of his father, adije latter two were taken in chargeher"ead d buried.-,tbir relativea this afternoon. ' * asi.. l a Ieoomaitthaiaa the iaeremonee sbae felt sombeam V tm the efisting dhpleasaut . e ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 24 February 1869

etticnl. SAL V'ATION HYMN.. Whatsoever good there be In the world to do, Let us go to work and see How to put it through ; Whatsoever need be done, None shall dare to scout it, !or Salvation must be won Let us'go about it. We are swiftly passing on 'Toward the world to come, Sonie are here to-day and gone Ere to-thorrow; some hide the course with steady rein, Sowing gracious seed, iet with hearts that know no pain Feet that never bleed. These keep close upon the track Never turn away. Net for any one look bick Any one, astray. Work which, as Salvation goes, Is its prioe, if won, Leave till just when they supposeo 'Twill have all been done. Others stray to marshes, where Wrong and ill prevail, And though overborne with care, 'Tis not they who fail; When our heartq, in life's fleet race, l)o with pain o'erflow, Then Salvation grows apace, For our souls then grow. They who leave the pleasant road At some call within, Go where suffering finds abode- Where abideth sin. Know no self, no f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 3 March 1869

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 3 March 1869

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: WEDNESDAY...... M RCH 31 199. New Orleans Market, SUGAR--Has advanced somewhat in price. The receipts have been light, in consequence of which the demand has been.brisk and active. We quote infled  at 9t@lOc}eoummon 121@13c; fair -13I 14c; priihe i5(le6c. Mo.AssAs.--trtie advancing; Foe. tnenting and Common 65@(75c Pair 75 Z78eP Prime eO 82c and Choice 8g 84c. FLOUR.-Superfine $6,50, xx $7,00, xxx $7,50, and extra choice Family $12. Pozx.-A slight decline from previ ous rates. We now quote at $33,50. HAY.-Common $29 and choice $33. BRAN.-We now quote at $1.30, per 100 lbs. OATs.-Gone up in prices, now sel ling at 80@85c per bushel. HIDEs.-The demand is active at fall prices. We now quote country dry flintg20i(213c, Texas, stretched 20@ 21c; Mexican, dry at 22(24c. Emigration to BraziL From our advertising columns it will be seen that, under Mr. Charles Na than's contract with the Brazillian Government, his agent at New Orleans, Mr. J. M. Isaacks, will on the 5th of...

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