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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 7 April 1869

fYLMN FROM THE GERMAN, BY LA'G. Oar beloved have departed While we tarry broken-hearted, In the dreary empty house. They have ended life's brief story 'Thy have reached the home:orglory, Over death victorious. Hush that sobbing, weep more lightly Oward, daily, nightly To the rest that they have found. Are we not upon the river Sailing fast to meet forever On more holy, happy ground ? * * * * * * On wehiaifea to.hismetvit . There with friends to be united In a surer band than ever; Meeting soon and meet forever! Glorious hope foredke-us never For thy gliamuutring light is dear. Oh! the way is shining clearer As wejourney ever nearer To the everlasting home Conradeu! who await ops Ianadng,. Friends ! who roundthe throne are standing We salute you and we come.  T .2-- Gtý-- - - _ WAsmxIoNro,; March 29.--The 'Iecon struction Committee; had a meeting to-day, when the subject of the removal of politi cal disabilities was considered.. "b eoai nittee, after some discussion, agreed tore...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 7 April 1869

CASTLES IN THE AIR. In the beauteous realms of dreamland, In the moonbeam's silvery light. At the golden loom of fincy, Sit I, weaving visions bright; Rearing up ethereal structures, Thin as mist and light as air, Working on with kindling fervor, While I weave a fabric fair. Ahi, my castle none may enter! Closed it is to inortil eyes, Yet amidst its wealth and splendor, Write I, lost in strange surprise, That in all my haunts and rambles, Long I not for kindred mind, And alone and unattended, This solitude congenial find. Would you view this phantom structure, Floating in the ether blue I Idle dreamers long have reared them, They are neither strange nor new; Old and young are busy working On these airy castles high, Sad delusions, these mirages In Imagination's sky! Azure skies and golden sunshine, In this land of dreams prevail, Silver moon and stars supplant them, When the yellow sun grows pale; Crystal lakes in emerald settings, Glisten in the moonbeams fair, Silvery-mists concea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 14 April 1869

... ii , . , VOLUM E 2. ,AXAIA, :l U :, v "~,ir ý r . m-- -'- " "m:- s-i i-i. m+!f.t.eti +' I ·.+ + . ""1 " -.t " .. . " 10 ! !'-y, .. .. . .. . . !7 ,++++ +, + . + . . . . . . . -- ý.-:+, : ,. . ..ý. y , r r '.; t,,+ . j.; ''j, ,++,++..e,ý .>T . .... . ý ,{.+ . . ,1`,-I+ .. ..... . r', +. _-' ' .' .ii ' :+ _m p  .m m~ m ~ , , ,,,,m i mum --- ,., ,ra .. ,, . + . ..... ... .. ... . .......  ... ...  ... . ... ... THEg DIE OCRBA". ispublisbedWeek ! ly, at V-va soL aR'per aalnm, THRRn for six months, payable in advance No Ahbscriptlountaken for a less period than Six Montlls. ADV '5F2iMDT3 inserted at the Srate.of $1 50 m SQUV1A for the first insetlmlani& 75 emowre for each enbse quent one. Eight Iines or less, consti tute .a square. The following are our rates to ye4r$y Advertisers: One Column.... .............. $300 00 Half Column......... . ...... 175 00 Third of Column.............. . 130 00 Fourth of Column,.............. 100 00 Cards, (occupying apace of eight .lines...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 14 April 1869

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: WEDNESDAY...... APRIL 14, 1869. _ x New Orleonas Market, Corrox.-We now quote ordinary at 25 @25* c; good ordinary at 26@26~c, andJMiddling at 27*@28c. SuLGA.-The market continues dull, with a large stock on hand. We quote common at 9~@10o,;Fair 101@12c, and prime at 12®14c. MOLASSES.-The supply is very light and no choice in market. We quote fermenting at 55 to 60c. FLoun.-The stock is being reduced, and the market is very firm, although the demand is only moderate. We now quote double extra at $ 6,50 and $7,00; treble extra at $7,50 and $8,00 and Choice Family at $11,50 $12,50. PoRx.-Prices still up and demand brisk. We now quote Mess at $34,25. HAY.-Is in fair supply and is now only in jobbing demand at $26.50 to $28,50. Packet Departures. The B. L. Hodge No. 2, leaves for New Orleans this day at 10 o'clock A. M. The Frolic goes down to-day at 12 !. e The Bart Able departs for New Or leans to-morrow at 10 A. M. The National will leave Alexandria h for New Orleans...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 14 April 1869

Kgoxvnmr, TEaS. April 3.-City crow ded with old friends of Andrew Johnson. who at an early hour in the morning aF sembled in little knots on the streets, talk ing about Andy's old triumphs. Special trains on the railroads brought crowds to the city. At 11 o'clock A. w. a rpecial lain arrived from Greenville. Mr. John. son was greeted at the depot. by a delega tion of citizens, with a band, and l$korted to the Lamar House in a barouche, is' company with Col. Nelson aed John M Fleming of the Press and Herold. After a short delay Mr. Johnson was introduced to the assembled crowd, numbering about 5,000, by IIon. Mr. Nelson. who referred to his previous politicaldiffetence with the 4tistiuguished gentleman before them, and tb their argument upon the vital question of Union;' related peCseehtlons inflicted upon Mr. Johnson for his Union Senti ments; elouaentlv. described, his patriotic course during the war, and alluded to his wise and conciliatory policy of reconstruc tion. Mr. Johnson, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 14 April 1869

WOULD I? Do you think if I'd a ihaby That I'd let himu pull my hair 1 Do you think I'd put on collars Just to let him soil and tear? Do you think I'd call it pretty When he bites his little toe ? Yet I've known some silly mothers With their babes do just so. Do you think I'd set him crying Just to see his cunning frown I Do you think I'd set hih walking Just to see him tumble down ? Would I call my baby pretty When he'd neither teeth nor hair ? Yet I've known some silly mothers With their babies, think they are. Would I buy him drums and rattles Just to hear him make a crash I Would I watch him most delighted Break my mirror all to smash Would I smother him in flannels Just because his voice was low ? Dose him up with belladonna I Silly mithers treat them so. Would I tlink his brow Byronic Just bec use it was so hare I And his hb ad Napoleonic In its shl pe, though minus hair Could I triee the marks of gonins In his e3yebrows arched and low I Yet I've known some silly mothers With t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 21 April 1869

_ ii- _ rraua emorat1 D. R- BIOSSAT1 THE WORELD IS GOVE'RNED TOO MCYTO1 [(EDITO . AND POPRI3TOI: VOLUME 24. } ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 1869. 0 NUMBER 43. TE R, MS : THE DEMOCRAT" ispublish1iedWek ly, at FIVE DOLLnARS pa1er In111111, '1'11:1EE for six months, payable in advance No Subscription taken for a less period than Six Months. ADVERTISEMENTS. inserted at the rate of $1 50 p'za .rSrQLARE for the lirst insertion and 75 CENTs for each sublse quenlit one. Eight lines or less, consti tute a square. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: (Onle (ollulno......................$300 till dualf (:ollulm .................... 175 0)0 third of Cohtunn ................ 130 00 ',irth of Column ------------............... 100 00 ards, (oculllpying space of eight lines, or less,).................. 20 00 Ohituary Notices, Marriages. Public Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. ~ Persoºnal cards, when admissible, charged double the usual...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 21 April 1869

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: WBDINESDAY.P.... APRIL 21, 1869. 11OTIO 1EI There will be a meeting of the Ladies of the Episcopal Chureh, at the Ice House, Friday Morning, April 2&1, at 11 o'clock. AL.EXAADRIA, April 21, 1869. New Orleans Market, Corrox.-We now qmote Ordinary at 26&e Good Ordinary at 26S027c; Middling 28ce; Strict Middling 28}c@ 29c., SuGAR.-There is a better demand for Sugar, and firmer prices. We quoto Common at,09@10}c; and Fair at.12( 12c. MoLAssES.-Frmeunting is now sel ling at 5055c, and choice, of which little is in market, 70@75e. FLouR,--The stock has been consid erably reduced, and the medium and lower grades are becoming scarce. We quote double extra at $7,00; treble ex tra at $7,75 and Choice xxxx at $11,50 to $12,00.. OATs.--Are scarce and jobbing treely at 85e per bushel . BRAN.-Is rearce and commanding $1,40 per 100 lbs. HAY.-I-I in lglihtsupply, thedemand' is goed and prices are firmer. We now quote at $28,50c@30,00 per top. PORK.-The market is very dull. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 21 April 1869

TEýý;ý RA P ýI C " WNsnirGTOx. April 12.-On dit that Locke, Lockwood and Ong are applicants for the Louisiana Supervisorohip. Ong the favorite. lliestaitd and Long are after the Attorney Generalship of Louisiana. Long the favorite. Norcross and Morey are after the Louisiana Marshalship. Among Gen. Sheridan's memoranda-- is an item that Joubort "and Clay, colored, should be taken care of. Dunn was an applicant for the mission to Liberia, ulso D)umas. All influential parties deny havi'og urged Pinchback's ap pointment. WASmscTOx, April 12.-1t is given out by the friends of the administration that General Grant intends to adopt as the basis of his course in regard to Cuban af fairy the resolution QlffirtL in the House by General Banks, in relation to the recog nition of Cuban - isurgents, and- has in structed Admiral Heft, commanding the Gulf squadron, to demand the release of American citizens and the restoration of their property. WAsINxoTON, April 12.-The bill amend ing the Judicia...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 21 April 1869

A SPRINO IDYL OF THE PINE BILLS OF RAPIDEST BY MILS. M. B. WILLIAMS. "Let there be Light !" As on that first great morn Flame arrows darting up the Easteirn sky, Cleave through the sullen mists whose tears forlorn, Mix with night's parting sigh. Light! Light! The gray clouds launch their snowy barks Which float bright argosies of rosy fleece And upward speeds the arrowy glancing lark, To deep blue fields of peace. Still brighter, gold tipped needles of the Pines, Crown the old trees with burnished dia dems, Whilst at their feet, the dun, dead herb age shines, A mantle wrought in gems. The quick-eyed squirrel quits his winter nest The glad long leaps, and couched on grassy slopes, Eyes "cunningly the Beech whose tender vest Garners his Autumn hopes. From out its covert flows the sedgy brook, Still dim with shadows, whilst the cattle stand Upon the brink, and gaze with sleepy eyes O'er the transfigured land. From low.-caved cottages, each little world Sends hum and stir, which on the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 28 April 1869

,... , .B M . R-. BIOSSAT] TIE W WOlLD IS GCOV'JeRWEDD TOO M'EOI 8 I, VOLUME 24. } ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1869 IJ~ ! T1aid Tim tan" g i lmaný__ _ aI _ i _i. I n TER RCd8: THE DEMOCRAT" ispublishedWeek ly, at FIVE DOLLARS per annum, THREE for six months, payable in advance No Sn bscriptiou taken for a less period than Six Months, ADVERISXEMENTS inserted at the rate of $1 50 ,PER SQUAE 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................ ...175 00 I'hird of Column............... 130 00 ?ourth of Column.............. 100 00 ards, (occupying space of eight lines, or less,).......... ...... 20 00 Obituary Notices, Marriages, Public Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. . t Personal cards, when, admissible, charged double the usual advertisements. STEAMBOATS. REGULAR ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 28 April 1869

l'Y N ýhn A'1dii N 1v"Y+ t `Cýý;ºý,r r; ALEXADRIA LA. WEDESDY.....APRL 2, .869 Now Orleans Market, Corrox.-There is but little varia tion in thoe market: Ordinary 25@25.c; Good Ordinary 20 2t c; Low Mid dling 27227cF; Middling 27I028c. 8uoAa.-Tho market for sugar is dull. We quote Common at 9&, good Common at 1Oc, and 14e for Choice. MoLASSES.-Lfulsiana Molasses is scarce, but the demand limited. We now quote Inferior at 46c, Good at 55c and 50c for good fermenting. FLoua.-Wo have again to note a dull iparket, although the stock is small. Prices are unchanged, but the business doing is only of a retail char acter. We now quote double extra at $7,00, treble extra at 88,50 and best family brands at $11,50. OATs.-The supply is Small and no demand. We quote at 75c per bushel. BRAN.-Is scarce and now arrivals on the levee command $1,55 per 100 lbs. HAY.-Is in fair supply and good de mand at $29,50 per ton. Ponx.-The market. is quiet, but firm. We now quote at 8$33,00 per bbl for Moa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 28 April 1869

My godfathers and godmothers at my bhptism ugav me the cognomerof .John-- my wholo name is simply John Mooner, not a hard namae to. write, or read when written ; also, I should think-alud I am .so unprejudiced. man--not hard to remem ber, but, what. is easy for mary, socin, i i certain localities, by no mleans so. I am -addicted to crumbling, so my wife says, and that excellent -woman is always right --at least so she makes out. I may have an opinion of my own on the subject, but that is neither hbro nor there. I won't de ay that I have my grivances, and feel that ..the only vent for them is by grumbling; besides, it's my privilage; I enjoy it in cont mod with every Englishman, and, it is not one that I feel disposed to give up. Now, I have had something on: my mind =for a Svery considerable timle. Mrs. Mooner says she is tired of. hearing aboutit; the sub ject is inerdict ta 4t. the family breakfast table, and I feel that my only resource is to make public the great wrong that I ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 28 April 1869

7THE DEA TH WOUND OF STONE WALL JA CLSOV. WRIIITEN FOk THE PICAYUNE, BY CYIILLA. A long Spring day was closing, and an onm inons blood-red sun )isappeared through! the golden gates of the West, as his daily course Was done; The flame of his parting splendor lingered long in the Western sky, As the shadows of twilight deepened, feast fading the sunset (lye; While the folds of her dusky mantle en veloped our planet, the Earth, Evening, draped in her sombre vestments, awaited her fair sister's birth, With her spangled garments trailing, and with jeweled head on high, Night stepped forth from her cloud pavil ion, with her handmaid, Silence, nigh; The solemn tread of their footsteps, as they traversed the vaulted sky, Was drowned in the mournful music of the whippoorwill's plaintive cry. Through banks of clouds fast massing, feebly struygled the moon's pale light, As thouglr veiling her eyes in anguish at the sorrowfiul scenes of the night, In grief hiding herself each moment, be , neat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 5 May 1869

rl- --. ; - - - ' I~~~~~~T V·";c I~r\i C i a;i "rii 't~* ~. y ýilý' ;"'it 1-IJA -ilii A14¢ 14 .l it I ), :~ I t o lfrfii,~ ' "- .," ,' i. ýl' S ; UJi Y ý.. , :"4t t"' ,i ¶l 1~"}fi: _____ t 'M} -O. +4 V V~'r~ -l +f li;].~l t~l fjj~ J4'f - ' :tat ii? ··cn ·s , rN]81j tiintoF~~ x : - into, I ~!' ai % ~f ." l, ný ." p4 . 4.1 : ,·· i i-· i t~i ia'r'ty( THE DEMOCURAT" ispublishcdWcek' ly, at FIy1pDoLLA8s per annum, TunaE for aia months, ,payablo in advanee, :No Subscription taken for a losi period than Six'Months. ADVERTIiSEfMEIT 'inierted at tlhe xrtu of $1 50 PER SQUARE for the first insertion and 75 crEsT for, each subso Squcat one. --Eight lineos or less,- consti r 'tite- a sqnaro. , The following aro our rates to yearly Advertisors: 'One Column .......... ........ $300 00 Half Coluinn. .................. 175 00 Third of -Column ............... .130 00 ourth ofColm........... 100 00 Cari, (occupying ispace of eight Slines, or less,)... ,.... 90 00 Obituary NDuicoes Marriages. Public S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 5 May 1869

91W otdM~na iltfrm t ALEXANDRIA, LA.t WEDNQESDALY. .... MAY 6, 1869: tV" On last Wednesday evening, in eor Town, occurred another homicide, which unfortunately is getting again too frequent in Rapides. A difficulty arose between Dennis Sullivan and Henry Webster, which resulted in tlhe instant death of the latter. He was stabbed seven different times by Sulli van, in the heart and left side, and ex pired in less than five minutes. Both parties are old citizens and have long been residents of Alexandria. The ac cused immediately delivered himself up to the Sheriff, was lodged in Jail ithat night, and on next morning had a trial before Judge Orsborn and was admitted to bail in the sum of one thousand dollars. The deceased, who was a good man and citizen, leaves behind him, a wife and three young children, who certain ly have the sympathies of our people, in their sad bereavement. We forbear :any comments or expression of opinion as to the cause of the difficulty, as the whole matter i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 5 May 1869

A STORY FOR WIVES. "Now this is what I call comfort," said "Madge IaI, ly, as she sat down by her neighbor's fire one evening: "here you are at your sewing, with the kettle steaming on the hob, and the tea things steaming on the table, expecting every minute to hear hour husband's steps and see his face look m at the door. Ah! if my husband was like yours, Janet." a He is hIke mine in many of his ways, " said Janet, with a smile, "and if you will allow me to sneak plainly, he would be still more like him, if you would take more pains to make him comfortable." "What do you mean?" cried Madge, "our house is as clean as yours; I mend my husband's clothes and cook his dinner as carefully as ony woman in the parish, and yet he never stays at home of an evening, while you two sit here by your cheerful fire night after night, as happy as can be." " As happy as can be on earth, " her friend said gravely, "yes--and I shall tell you the secret of it, Madge." "I wish you would," said Madge; wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 5 May 1869

I.F"r,1m1 the M. S. PoemIIs of the late Geo. WV P'i'rce.J so. r. 'll:Thoe starry cyes will shine for me, I low heaintiiul, how' bright! Like beacons o'er lith'.s stormy sea, 'The load-stars of the niglht; In those nufathomloid, crystal wells, W .'hos fountains are the heart, The Naidl of nmy spirit dwells, And cannot soon depart. Depart '--'tis gone !-I see no more The st:iligl:t and the beam, That softly shonel o'er memory's shore, Like some remuembered drealm! NO. Il. I hear again-I hear again,' That voice of other days; 1o silent long-it seems a strain . Of music and of praise. It rises o'er my soul-a dream Of beauty and ofasong; The murmurs of a hidide stream, That steals unseen along 'Tis gone !-'twas but a fantasy An echo floating o'er Tile silent strings of memory, That soothes for mo no nmore ! NO. IIt. 'Mid Indian seas, on God's isle, The sorrowfnl, sad tree Upon Night's bosom lent--to smile, And wait sweet fragrancy From perfunmed lips, of opening flowers, As night conies ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 12 May 1869

ul I ai ' f nn l n ii li ,. .. -.r+. " ... - . . -, .,--. n- R- BIOSSAT] THE WORIL IS .O.EJN..D TOO MUI G , •. ... '. " i •.1 1 +-1: I ,~ . - + I + . : ',·. VOLUME 24..• ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA, WEDNESDAY, MAY ,I" 1F. S.- .. [ ~~~~~" I I THE DEMOCRAT" ispublished'Week ly, at HIVr. DOLLARS per annull, THIIIEE for sit months,' payable in advance No Subscriptioui taken for a less period than Six Months. ADVERTISB ENTS inserted at the rate of $1 50 Purn SQUARE. for the first in4brtion and 75 cOETS for each subse quent one. Eightlines or loss, consti tute a s'ItIar. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: One Column..................... $300 0( Half Colnmn.r................... 175 00 Third of Column .n............... 130 00 Fonrth of Columnl--..-----------100 00 Cards, (occupying space ofeight lines, or less,) ................. 20 00 Obituary NoticeR, Marriages. Public Meetings, Cards of Thanks, etc., to be paid for as advertisements. ' ' Personti cards, w hen admissible, char...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 12 May 1869

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: WflDNDJSDAY.... ..MAY 12, 1889 W.A 1. T sEInn= A young lady desires a sitnation as Teacher in a private family. Referen ces exchanged. Address, Miss A. E. I'. at this Office. Mayl2--3t* Notioe to the Community, On the Thirtieth of May, last Sun day of this month, two Redempthtiat Fathers will open a mission in the Church of ST. FRANcIS XAViEa, Alex andria, and during TEN days, deliver instructions and perform various relig 1iobd exercises. On Tuesday the 8th of June, the Right Reverend Bishop of Natchlitoches will administer the Sac tament of Confirmation, The order of the Redemptorists was founded in 1732, by St. Alphonddt Liguori, who being a young lawyer of repute in the King dom of Naples, had given up the world with its bright prospects to devote his talents, energies and life to his God and to his fellowmen,. St Alphonsus designed his order to preach missions for the purpose of awaking men from their apathy in regard to their eternal salvation, of impressing t...

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