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

DLEIG-RA2P 'I.c _ WAsiaTnscro, Feb. 18.--The Senate re ceded from its amendments last night, aut refused to concur in the House proposi tion, but finally adopted the. amendment as originally reported by thi, Senate Judiciary Col;nittee, simply declaring that the rights of the citizens of the United States to vote or hold office shall not be denied or abridged by any State or the United States on account of race, color or previous con dition, and gives Congress the enforcing power. " The object of the prolonged session was to prevent a pocket veto, the President's signature being necessary, notwithstanding the two-thirds vote required to pass the amendment. Hoage--Basines, Confined to speeches on the reduction of thq army. WASZNaGTOx, Feb. 19.-Senate-Bill re garding Farragut's capture at New Or leans passed and goes to the President. Bi!l allowing $190,000 to the destroyers of the cruiser Alabama passed and goes to the President. Bill introduced repealing aw fixing the General's hea...

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

TIHE GOLDEN RINGLET" BY E. II. KI 'YE. Here is a little golden tress Of soft, unbraided hair, -The all that's left of loveliness Tbat:onco was thonghlt so tfiir; And yet. though time has dimm'd its sheen, Thoughl all beside has fled. I hold it here, a link between My spirit-and the dead. Yet, from this shining ringlet still A mournful memory springs, That melts my heart, :and bends a thrill Through all ite tremabling strings; T think ofher, te loved, the wept, "' Upon whosef~tdhead fair For eighteen ytetw-like sunshine slept' This golden elfl-of hair. O snnny trss! the joyous brow, Where,thou iTdst lightly wave With-all thy' sister tresses, now -Lie cold within the grave; Thlit heek is of.its bloom bereft, . iThat eye soi more is gay ; Of all her beauties thou art left A eolitaireyay , Fonr yes a have pssed, this very June, ;Since last ive fonilly met; Fonr ear i:and yet t tt seems too soon To let the heart forget; ' - Teo.i6ou:to slakthat lovely face ,*Fgqnt ~Qgr ad theoghbts dep...

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

. _0. , WoRlasI. is ý,OVY-RNTL TOOt ETTOTg ",. " . O U lw4 . I A LA D s 1 VOLUME~~~~~· 24 :: ALXNDI LOIIN WENSDY MiRC r0 i869;: ~·S • - . . . m- . _ .  _ _  n  _ m m m  , - H U S a m u m i e D a n n m m m B a u m n m m ' u l ~ U - - - - - , - , m d n m i '- - - - l l ' m n uiri n ~ n l n T 'J I'MS : THE DEMOCRAT" ispnblishedWeek ly, at FIVE DOLLARS per annum, TITREE for six months, payable in advance No Snbscription talcn for a less period than ADVERTIEME NT3 inserted at the rate of $1 S0 PER SQUAlE for the first insertion and 75 CENTs for each subso quent one. Eight lines or less, consti tute a square. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: One Colnmn.................... $300 00 Half Column..... ..... ..... 175 00 Third of Column................ 130 00 Fourth of Column--------------............... 100 00 Cards, (occupying space of eight lines, or less,)............... ... 20 00 Obituary Notices, Marriages, Public Me ,tings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as ...

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

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: - WED NESDAY.....MARCH 10, 869. CHURRi OF S.T FRANtIS XAVIER. 1. The sops swfl1be letbtat on Easter Sunday, March 28th, after High Mass, ptialf past derenn' eclock. ; . 2. Price-the same as last year, one3 half cash, the other half to be paid on January 1st, 1870. ;, Persons desirios to- keep their seats, will bsve thasfrivilege. 1 4. Parties indebted for seats of for mer years, must pay before next Eas ter. J. B. AVENARD, Maroedath, 1869. Pastor. New Orleans Market. Corrwr--We quote Ordinary at 24( S4lc, good ordinary 26@2(8te, Mid dling28j629t , and good Middling at 29W3c. ScuAR-The market is dull; with a largo stock offering. We quote Ordi nary 9f@10c, Choice 10(®l14i and Prime 12c@131c. MoLasss--Common and fermenting (31@64c, Choice 65®68c, and Prime 70 @74c. FL'Q.U-Market dull, lower grades frmer, however, owing to "scarcity. We quote xx. $7@$750 xxx. $7,504 $8,25 and Choico xxx. $9,50(~12,50. POuR--Continses dull and drooping. We quote $31,754$82,50 for good...

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

.-.sntr r4r March :1.-Aihrec weeks ago the President elect wrote to O, Walter Gresia;mu, oflndiana, ten ilering him the Collectorship of New Orleans. To-day 'he -received a reply from Gen. Gresham, doclining the of for. Gen. Gresham is an old anud-iti Imite friend of Gen. Grant. .. Cabltelegrams from Havana report that Gen. Steednmn has been arrested thehe, charged witlh'complicity in rev oelation. schemes. president Johnson has written to lean. Grant, proposing to join. in the infangUtion ceremonies. Gen. Grant refuses to reply to the letter. *Gen. Gran said ;tg-a4y thatt he fa vored Senator Sherian's resolution,, proposing the recoguition of the inde pendence of Cuba. Seeretary B'o3wqing ,tQ-dla, ha1 the . rtune of Waslr~higton,. dlbngg'tb'`he State of Lou"3uag#, bocd ., to return to that Stafe'." : Some fifty Louisianians arrived to day, most of ihom are officeseekors. The strife for internal revenue places and for the Collectorship of the port of New Orle4~is piomiises to be v...

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

oectic l. LONGFELLOW AND TICKNOR. All our readers remember the pecn liar unction with which Prof. Longfel low dwelt upon his fancy plcture of THE SLA VE OF THE DISBtAL 8IVA MP. In dark fens of the JDismal Swamp The hunted negro lay; He saw the fire of the midnight camp, And heard at times a horse's tramp, And a bloodhound's distant hay. Where will-o'the-wisps and glow-worms shine, In bullrush and in brake; Where waving mosses shrntld the pine, And the cedar grows, and the poisonous vine Is spotted like a snake; Where hardly a human foot could pass, Or a human heart would dare, On' the quaking t rf of the green morass tIe cronthut In the rank and tangled grass, Like a wild beast in his lair. A poor old slave, infirm and lame: Great scars deformed his ftee ; d1n his forehead, he bore the brand of shame, And the rags. that hid his mangled frame, Were the livery of disgrace. In a late number of the Columbus Suon, "T," (who must be Dr. Frank Ticknor, author of "Little Giffen" and "Virgin...

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

EO. UM BIOSSAT2 E WORLD LISIAOVN ,1rWn TOO D O.U] TO4T VOLUME 24.1 ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA, WEDNESDAY IMAiI: 17, 1869. 0UM. TEI'm M MS : THE DEMOCRAT" ispublieshedWeek ly, at FIVE DOLLARS per annam, TERFRE for six months, payable in advance No Subscription taken for a less period than Six Months. ADVERTISEMENT3 iLserted at the rate of $1 50 psa sqUARE for the first insertion and 75 cerTS 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 Column.............. 100 00 Cards, (occupying space'of eight lines, or less,)................. 20 00 Obituary Notices, Marriages. Public Ueetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be pad for as advertisements. ig Personal cards, when admissible, abeted doable thbusual advertisements. MIUSCELLANEOUS. CiURCH OF ST. FRANCIS XAVIER. 1. The seats will be let out ...

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

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: WEDNESDAY.....MARCH 17, 1869. FNLx The New Orleans Market. COTTON-We quote Ordinary at 24 and 24j cents; Low Middling at 28 and 281 cents; and Good Middling at 29 and 30 cents. SUGAR-Inferior 9 and D9 cents; good common 12 and 121 cents; good fair 13 and 14 cents; and for prime 14 and 15 cents. p MOLASSES-Reboiled is quoted at 66 and 68 cents; and good choice 70 and 72 cents. FLOUR-Single Extra is .quoted at $6,25 and 6,50; XX $6,75 and $7,00; XXX $7,25 and 8,00; and Choice XXXX at $12,00 and 12,75. OATs-We quote at 78 and 80 cents per bushel. BRAx-We quote at $1,30 per 100 lbs. HAY-We now quote at $29,50 and $30,50 per ton. The Westminster Review. We have received from the Leonard Scott Publishing Company, New York, the January number of the Westmin ster Review. The following is its ta ble of contents: 1. The Struggle for Empire with the Mahrattas. 2. Richardson's Warissa. 3. Oar Criminal Procedure, especial ly in cases of Mnrder. 4. Mr. Bright's Speeches. 5. Art a...

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

LOOi AFTER BROW .1 BY MARK LEMON. There was not a busier man in all the little town of B- than Mr. John Fer ret; a lawyer by profession, he was every thing else almost by election, and really' did nearly as much good as harm, and that is saying a great deal in his favor, consid-' ering he was a lawyer. Ferret was a con stant patron of all the itinerant lecturers. who visited B --, and a certain pur;' chaser of every new invention pertaining to domestic economy or enjoyment. Pat ent stoves, patent bedsteads, patent frying. pans, and patent anything, had irresistible, charms for him, and at the period of our tale, be had become the proprietor of the' Patent Niagara Shower Bath, warranted to wash a blackamoor white, so tremen dons was the rush of its waters. This terrible machine was erected in a small breakfast parlor as its dimensions exceed, ed the capacity of Mr. Ferrett's dressing. room, and was, on the 12th of last Decem her, a source of considerable amusement tq Wapshot, the pag...

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

THE MOTHE1r'S LAST BAOBI PICE. BY CAdtS BLttaL cINuCLAl. Oh ! spare him, 'tis the only one, My darling youngest boy; 'Tis all a mother now has left To fill her heart withjoy, A husband and two elder sons Were battling with the brave They fell, and each I know now fills A soldier's honored grave. Then do not take the last I have, If you have power to spare, but leave him to a mother's love, And to her tender care; For sad will be the widow's heart, Bereft of all her joy Oh, freedom! must thy sacred cause Demand my only boy I Dear mother, hbush the murmur now That rises in thy heart; It is a glorious cause, and I Would glady bear a part. Then must I stay when duty calls, And bear a coward's name I i Or cause the cheek of innocence To wear a blush of shame ? No, let me go and sleep beside A father's hallowed grave, Or fall as did my brothers dear, Amid the true and brave! I know 'twill add a bitter drop To thy deep cup of woe; But mother let your heart respond, And say if I must go. My...

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

S- ~ t , ~e2RO~tiL~rc -f . -t::: y+4 t-%_  -~ VOLUME 24 ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA, WEDNESDAY, MH 24 1869. VOLUME 24 } " •!I -;-··t'l'~~ •/· ; •b ,· . ·II' _.~·;r. -. • . n~n ~ m _. . . _ m n!~! m,,,n,-, , , ,,,i",,n ,, "" ' ', .-· i . . .,.., : . ,:: i . . :. . ... ... .. THE DEMOCRAT" ispublishedWeck ly, at FIVE DOLLARS per aunuUI, THREE for six months, payable in advance No Subscription taken for a less period than Six Months. ADVERTIBEMENT3 inserted at the rate of $1'50 rsR SQUARHn for the first insertion and 75 CENTS for each subse quent one. Eight lines or less, consti tuto a square. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: One Column .................. $300 00 Half Column.......... .......... 175 00 Third of Colnmn ................ 130 00 Fourth of Column ................ 100 00 Cards, (occupying space of elght, lines, or less,)...... ........... 20 00 Obituary Notices, Marriages. Public Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. Lt Person...

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

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: WEDNESDAY.....MARCH 24, 1869. CHURCH OF ST. FRANCIS XAVIER. 1. The seats will be let but on Easter Sunday, March 28th, after High Mass, at half past eleven o clock. 2. Price-tbe same as last year, one half cash, the other half to be paid on January lst,,1870. 3. Persons desirlous to keep their seats, will have that privilege. 4. Parties indebted for seats of for mer years, must pay before next Eas ter. J. B. AVENARD. March 8th, 1869. Pastor. New Orleans Market. CoTroft-The favorable tenor of the Liverpool advicee has imparted a firmer feeling to the market, and factors are now asking and getting for Ordinary 25@26c, Low middling 2626j~, Mid dling 27(28c. SirtAt-The stock of sugar is large and the tiiarket is duil. We quote In ferior at 9c, 'air 13, aihd fully fair 14c. MIoLAssES-Very little in market but prices not on the advance. Prime is now selling at 73c, and extra choice at 80c. PoRK-Is firm and held ati. rther advance. Meap we now quote at $33,75. HAY.-Is in f...

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

JU'`S1ON'S FAREWELL ADDRESS. VWAsHIsoTOx, MARcHt 4, 1869. To the People of the United States: The robe of office, by constitutional limi tation, this day falls from my shoulders, to ie immedistely, assumed by my successor. F'or him the forbearance and co-operation of the American people in all his efforts to administer the Government within the pale of the Federal Constitution are' sincerely invoked. Without ambition to gratify, party ends to subserve, or personal quar rels to avenge to the sacrifice of the peace and welfare of the country, my earnest de sire is to see the Constitution of the Re public again recognised and obeyed as the supreme law of the land, and the whole people-North, South, East and West prosperous and happy under its wise pro vi~ions. In surrendering the high office to which I was called four years ago, in a memorable and terrible crisis, it is my privilege, I trust, to say to the people of the United States a few parting words in vindication bf an official co...

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

ftLE IS1PASSING. Time:no is rushing in his chariot; Rapidly his wheels go rout d;. Though they cast no dust behipd themni Though they have no rumbling coulid; Silently they bear its onwiard; Soon our journey will be o'er; Soon the friends with whom we mingl4: We shall see and hear io more;' Soon our feet shall press the meadows i Of the vast, eternal shore. Flying months and years remind ius Of the world we're passing to. Let us leave good deeds behind us, In the world we passing through, Which shall beh the eetecds of kindness, Watered by celesidtl adw, And shall bear good fruit for others- Fruits of joy, and pcsce, and-love Years long after wa are shingin In the immortal land above. Mfen are born and men are dying; .._hounds c\H e, not one'to stay; STitte is swift, his lheels are flyinig, Never ceasing, night or day, For the laughter, nor the crying Of the stricken -or the gay; Gashing down the God-defying They who laugh at death's delay' And from sorrow, sin and sighing, Bearin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 31 March 1869

. I2, BIossA.TZ TEZJ WORLD IS -OvalERwmD TOO M~oH fr2ITo2e AMD roiIso VOLUME 24. 1 ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31. 1869.; NUMER 40: T EI 1 MS: T'HE 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. ADVERTI3EME NT3 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 C00 Half Column.................. 175 00 Third of Column...............- ---130 00 Fonrth 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. .f Personal cards, when admissible, charged double the usual advertisements. MISCELLANEOUS. Texas Tonic Syrup! A Vegetable Compnnnd f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 31 March 1869

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: WEDNESDAY..... MARCH 1. 1969. FO OE S.A L EII BPECIALi The undersigned has been appointed Agent of "Tin AMERICAN POWDERn COrPAxr," and has received a full supply of the Company's best brands, in KEGS, HALF-KEGS and QUAR TER KEGS-which he offers to Sports men and Country Merchants, at the very cheapest rates. A liberal dis count made to Jobbers. E. IR. BIOSSAT. MAnoRCn 31, 1865. ItThe Ladies of the Protestant Episcopal Church are hereby notified that there will be a meeting held at the Parlor of the Ice House Hotel, Friday, April 2d, at 12 M. New Orleans Market. CoTTox-Ordinary 241 and 251 cents; Good Ordinary 26 and 261 cents; Low Middling 27 and 271 cents; and Mid dling 281 and 20 cents. SUGARn--The market for Sugar is dull, with sales at former rates. We quoto Good Common at 11 and 11I cents; Fair 121 and 13 cents; and Choice 141 and 15 cents. MoLAssEs-Molasses is scarce and. .iiotrmnch in demand. We quote dark - fermenting at 58 cents, thin fermenting at 62 cents...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 31 March 1869

LEE TdTY3UI witrj x IT V .-,,11r .:'r:..!:. The forthcoming tinmmior of tihe iitior>" cal Malazine will contain a dociument of marked interest to all who concern them slves with the history of the late war. This document is (Ger. TLo':2 full oflicial report of the "Invasion of Pennsylvania and the Blattle of Gettsyburg." It has never before been publishedl, and is com minoicated from tihe oriclinal manuscript in the possession of Mr. Wm. Swinton. HISTORY OF TIE REP'ORT. It was the habit of TLeeo to publish brief preliminary accounts of his military oper utions as speedily as possible after their occurrence; and, subsequently, at his hlis are to prepare full official reports. Such a brief preliminary account ofthe great Penn sylvania campaign of 1863 was made pub lic on the return of the Confederate army to Virginia, after that campaign. Lee, however, never found opportunity to write his complete and final report till the win ter of 1864-5, when he lay within the line of Petersbur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 31 March 1869

SCINITZEEL'S PHILOSOPEDI BY CIHARLES G. LELAND. Herr Sclhnitzerl made a philosopede, Von of de pullyveit kifd : It vent mitout a vheel in front, And hadn't none pehind. Von vihcel vas in de mittel, dough, Und it vent as sure as ecks, For lie shtraddled on do axle dree Mit do vheel between his locks. Und ven lie vent to shtart id off HIe paddllet nmit his veet, Und soon he cot to go so vast Dat avery dlings he peat. He run her ont on Broader slitrecd, He shlkeeted like der rind, - Hei ! how he bassed ldevancy crabs, Und lef dem all pohind! De vellers nmit de trottin nags Pooled oop to see him bass: Do Dentschers all erstannished saidt: "Potztausend ! Was 1st das I" Boot vaster slitill der Schnitzerl dlewed On-mit a gashtly smile; He tidn't tooch die dirt.py shings! Not vonce in half a mile. Oh, vot ish all dis eartly pliesa Oh, vet islh man's soocksess? Oh, vot ish various kinds of dings? Ullnd vot ish hobbiness I Ve find a spank-node in de shtreedt, Next dings der bank is preak; Ve ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 7 April 1869

. i-, fI 7. #-- . VOL UME.BI SS T .4;L XA DI. ., . . ....-.:'"'...:: ;....... "' ,.,.~.. .. VOUM 241AEXNRA LOUISIANA,- WEDNESDAY, A4PRIL 7, . '...,< :" m~~~~~~~. __" n nm•,,n~ ,m  ,,nm ,-, - nnSnn•,nn, m mn m•• ..:...'.... TEER2M:S: THE DEMOCRAT" ispublishedWeek ly, at FIVE DOLLAnA per annum, TIIREE for six months, payable in advance No Subscription taken for a less period than Six Months. ADVBRTZIBMBTS inserted at the rate of $1 50 PnE squARE for the first insertion and 975 crrs for each subse quent one. Eight lines or lees, 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 Column ............... 100 00 Cards, (occupying space of eight lines, orless,) .................. 20 00 Obituary Notices, Marriages, Public Meetings, Cards of Thanks, ete., to be paid for as advertisements. 17'Personal cards, when admissible, charged d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 7 April 1869

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: WEDNESDAY...... .APRIL 7, 1869. S He Orleans Market. Oorrow.-Tbe market is doll and very few sales effected. We quote or dinary at 24j(25c; Good Ordinary at 25@25I~; Low Middling 26@27c; and Middling at27I@281e. ScoAR.-The market is dull and un changed, with a large stock on hand. We quote Inferior at 9e, Fully Fair 131 and for Prime 14@(14c. MOLaSSss.-.- a in fair demand and very light supply. We quote formen ting at (Oe Reboiled 68o. FLouu.-The market is in good sup ply and pries firm. We quote single extra at $6,00, double extra at $7,00, treble extra at 8,00 and extra choice family at $11,50 to $12,50. PonK.-In good demand, plenty on hand and prices high and Arm. We now quote Mess at $33,75. Brwx.-Firm and unchanged. We quote $1,30 per 100 lbs. OATS.-The supply is held under limit, and the market is much firmer. We now quote them at 70@75c. Packet . Departures. The B. L. Hodge No. 2, Captain W. T. Boardman, leaves for New Orleans this day at 10 o'clock A. M. Th...

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