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, A, BOSSAT) THE W OLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH. (PUBLISHER
VOL. 23. ALEXANDRIA, LA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 1873. 1N. 36.
TH DEMOCRAT.
~L- TERLtMS:
TILE DE' (CI: 1'l is pIlliahedl \Vi.c'k
Ttr l)lLIAfl.r 1%1) FIFTY ('h: \T3 h))
. ic nl il4, )'. Y A II L I N A l)
t F: N ( o N tlei"cr li * 11 takeni
fir ~ ~a Icry i 11"" ,d tlo hi ix ()llthl..
ýurt:Irri;~u trs; i'ls rrte 4it the ºi te
rf (,J' I) ,LLA3 IDt1' s( {n;1 ti lbi lthe
first irlicti-nl anvI FierY CENTS t'ot
}r~llT lin('. m' Ies3, (oI :IER1) Consti
Osirr~llY Natie S, ltrrinitre, aI itIi
)I21·tlrlXy, C;ultl1 of 'l'illlul:, et;c., to
br' p~ll i'L. (h saIll" vrt ~is~uiola'.
rr 'I ;; ( '. t,), wiv er adati"+- I
tIin;rte'. - -
IUIAAEL1 FIJ\N Ec1iJS.
rjjl & F-RGUfSON
wit311¶1krs ani JCWalers,
IfIlt ., CIil ks, JeeIlrV. Nilver ally Pill
tel Wire,
SPECTACLES ANDI FANCY GOOl)S.
POLFKI( & SO\N, N. Y.,
GENUINE MII1rSCHI:AUMlI PIPES
ý. B.-All Gnsibs sold warranitei as re
prcseuted.
March 1, i7l-tf.
12. 1. BR DFIELF'S
?SALE REGULATOR!
19r91r1 V11. V Al I? 9e 1711ý411D 1.
W [L1. BRIN~i ON THIE MENSES~a
eI~aL.ip wvs~s toess tiact 1)4'e s np' y
Ir~ia 'gmat n~l cai'si."s. WVil Icinio Rlmen
*itni" atli NeeisriIii of the li:ck and
iilrelieve thme sea:s!, hack awl. Iiiili4s ot
Wilt earl. "Wihites'' and fatllimg of thes
'ab5, wttws it as the rkinlmtt ut relaxatiosi
Iii ii oFrea cmre ini all the aiihve ils.
t1mi tI s ii a' is, imt Chmiths auudi FeveNr.
Lalies 5155s 411r1) t iinelt5tI>y( ot all tie
a'+,+e tvemr.na u wmLllsst revetaling. their
"1011ints til thy peil, wihich, is nil! ways
awtifcit's to t sstr p'ide acid 5mflas~st-'.
Itis rqu"s si1n *1n I~ anti ;snlsas by rise best
pseiuiamis it their private piriactice.
F cs Itimr~t it of ttme aboivis ulijeimuim, cer
r),l )tdei o itt tivitsm th'rtit t.treyt 5lI,1 ulis to
c '+, th ii luremr is stterreiL to the wtrea
Itr Irlrlud tLit, butt It. ls .M uiiil.tuetmsl suisd
sdl by li31.DF'1t:Ll. & CJO.,
Atlatitmt. Gai.
?IO1L1D BY ALL DrtLA LdGGSTi'S.
Pnli, $1 1.
Aprnl Id, J37u-ly.
FOR S.1 LE BY
Henry st. fo7Lrn,
ALX X NDRIA.
fto IEt& GAMlB1jE'S~
F 1 'rI I' k ( ) FTVL: fi()
marde fromll th., J)Hit aoittt·P'i:Lls awl
lely IitCtlmetl. Sol id at trils sst stsii j
i S-mul. tins it, th tlttill tmtte Ino othl
1 (tnt sill tavit it. New~ (reis I zm .b-I
For Sitle.
SFPT) OF THE "MORNING GLORY"IZ'i
&t'i, Snld a fiw pcks of Ilstmdir;an (Ctttus
F. A. BIOSSAT.
Plank iRua4.
MIlScJLL ANEOUS.
W,. H. ROGERS
-WITrr
T, SPROUE & D;C0 WN,
-DEALES IN
Fine Custom-Made Clothing
-and
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
40 anJ 4 St. Charles St.,
OPPOSIT'rE TIIE ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
NEWORLEANS.
E CALLr YOUR ATTEN'TTON TO
S the flact that we have now ,,1 hand
t'he lar:.',et stock and greatest variety of
tine c.ass of
Cents' Cnstom-ladle Clothing an'd Famish
iag Goods
over brought to this ma:rket. We have a
i,:vy in the New York Ma-ket all tlih
Sye;tr round: our imaterioal is bountht exclti
sivcel t; fre cash-I'ti, atud madl e at our own
iiM:111f.torY, and shipped to us weekly.
W c:1 safiely say with such advuantages
that we a'l keep conustantly on h 4iiull a
bettel ,sortnitilt, later styles, and 1sell
lower than other dleal..rs in our lime. W'
keep at very large stock of the celebrated
STAll 11mlllTS,
malde expressly for our trade, and do re
4'. ,I thetn as t hie IlI'.T MAI)E. 1EsT
FIl'N\(;. and (106t' EIJUONOMIAI.
Sill l I1 to Lbe had.
It. SPROULE & M;COWN'.
40 and 42 St Charles St.,
NEW ORLEANS
ky. - Sprouule & .la lris, St. Louis, eIo
",I n. i3-t-ht.
ANEW ORILE eNS
-aid
I Grand Ecore Packet Comp'y,
TillS COMPANY HA.\VE PLACED TrE
VERY FINE AND SUPERB
Ss'TEAMER
sd ST. MARY:
.T. C. MITCHELL,............ MASTER
G. C. HIAMILTON and THOS. J. DOWTY
Clerks.
IDERMANENTLY IN THE TRADE.
1 Leaves.New Orleans every Saturday
at 5 P. M. Alexandria, going down, every
Wed 'esiday at 12 M.
For Freight or Passage, having the best
of accolrnelations,
.April 2-if. APPLY ON BOARD.
NE W ORLEANS, ALEXANDRIA
-and
IGRIAND ECORE WEEKLY PACKET
B. L. HOD3E No. 2:
JOHN HEINN.............MASTER
J. C. LIBANO. J. C..IOFFRION and T. J
REEDER, Clerks
IIIS WELL KNOWN AND FAVOR
ite Packet is now in the trade, and
I ýlav'es New Orl'lans every Saturday at 5
P. aM.. and Alexanilria, going downi, every
Wednesday at 10 A. M1. F'r p:articulars
ippply ON BOARD
Febrnuary 19th, 1873.
RED RIVER WEEKLY PACKET !
D. TL. 'T A. ILY:
.1. IAERFIRLE............MAR'rERI
.1. II. IIENO............ .........Clerk
I:rtl REGrIL-\AR ANDI) SPLENDI)ID
I Weekly Packet, ili the New Orlea;lis,
Alexauturit and Granlld ItUi'e tra;de. is IluinW
pirnll;leultly inii thie tralde, andllll leaves New
Orleullls every Tl'uesdIy at 5 P. M-, anlld
iA'l.llldlii, gIillg dlown, every Satlurday
at 10 A.. o. Fr friglht or ilas.ige
Fel. 2Gtll. APPLY ON BOARD
J OB PRINTING
S NtAhLY EXECUTED
IISVELLANIOUls.
WHIIEEll , & IWLLON,
"NEW DRAW FEED"
eovcring Murach.ino.
I .s,ElE,tSS-E.ASY T O L E1 A i N
:L Easy to Operate-Simple in Coslltrn'
tiun a11i ea.:ily adapted to ally lkid of
work. A cilild of ten years .canll use it
wit!, %as,.
WVe -,ell oil easy termns-(.Mo:ithy pay
nilUllit.
PICK BROTHIIERS,
Southern A,,enuts-1 4 9 C a a l Street
NEW\ OIl,: XNS, LA.
Lcw!s Z. P ass, Agent;
At Mrs. C.* Nlliani's Second Street,
AL IXANI)lIA, LA.
Kieept ii,'sttaitly on hliand a fll assort
ienlt o' Sowing lachinu Supplihes.
Feb 26.
The Surrender of Gen, Lee!
A L T .-
APPOMATTOX COU'T HOUSE, VA.
APRIL 9r1, ldirG.
MA '(TI"IE'NT 11 x yI INCHI EN
A- ra:vil, of the ýlFuirtr!,I" of (; enral
Lee,. hi.ntit ll cilored, l ". In, r:vdet in the
hilgheust stvle of the art anid printed oi
heavy pl~a, In per. It is trnly a grnt o
art. one, whi.1i should lta' g in the, parlIo
of every souitherl home. Sent by mail
ittinitell onil a rollerni l jpos(-paidl , oil re
Ceipr of " viients, ori 3 tlr50 )eits. Agient;
W tedE. A.hI ress.
J. U. & W. M. l'ilaOW, ,
AT Ti.l, TeFn.CE
( at I) f 'lt ftet i tiof ite t .res, Books, etc.,
entr free oil e app iilicatl o.
COB PRI INTING
NEATLY DONE
AT THIS OFFICE
DICKSON COTTON SEED-GET THE
BEST!
TIIE UNDERSIUNED HAS FOR SALE
a left of Jarefnh . ers, Dickslex-on
Cotton ill be, wiih nleed this pato.st
season, on tldi laud, without u 'mure. onI
thii pinont Pltation, a d avlrage of ole ble,
(ltlU lls) of t'ottoeu to the acre, and was
rateyn ot by Ctwerpillrs by August 24th.
For sale, delivered o tbhe bank
of the river, at cents -ollie i i
BaboS-sacks to be furnished by the pur
chi:ser.
Orders left with John C. Rogers, Alex
andria, will be attended to.
JAMES M, RHORER.
Fairmont PlantaLtion, Red Rive.r, ebrn
ary 20th, b1673. [FeYb sI Jl.
S E11TI)D "rO
.HENRY S.T. JOHN
FOR
ADVE'I'TI, l N A LICI T]OR:.
For Sale by HENRY 81, JOHN,
A M.ONHDY0
On the lone 1shore
Of the No More,
1 wIake to-nlzht,
With dimnu', sight,
SWhile o'er the sea,
Di)ritinll to me,
Pa<s the loss yvoars
.Their.i ys anti teaours
These dl:uk and sl(ad,
'Those s0nshlille-clad:
,LalItht'r I hear,
lorne on the air;
E] es, sett Cith love,
l alll troin ab.lve;
iiluld hu;lln tl tile
Rl-'ach frolll the s a;
S Wleep to the 111.1il1
Voives or pain;
Grie'-, lonlg siie past,
Soh o('I the blast;
lhitr, -rhl or grey,
Golfe 11l1omi the day-
iShlovio c, ollc nIre,
rylwvs kissed of yore.
Fast flow ny tear,
O v'mnllsed years!
For what is gone
For what i. lost,
For all that's toss'd,
Ito thy' saI wavelt
Which1 comes tol lave
31t weary feet,
W'`here I now weep.
No foot-print wars'
'i''le 'ea of Ye:trs
No tur1linilg hti'k
()1 the lo.t track;
't'at's tare il til in
A, winter rain
F'r'' I 'nolt th te snow
To bill flowers blo\\'
To wake front death
•The nonid'ring leaf.
L:1('h ,soul hath kn.vwnl
With God alone,
It's hittelirness-
It's dleepest bli-s.
D erell to 111e
Art thoul , 1 ~!t:i
'Ilhait dals that :re,
T'huan dart' that fr:.
Y,'ilr:d ti;, rt1(es " ttnt
In :1 wihl waste
To which I lihaste;
iNo n 1 shines there
.reyv, still and drear
Seellm tlhose 1dll skies
To) ily titredl eyes:
(lh, years to cmliel
lolh'ess. alnd dumbll
I hll'r'y on,
31 " eoilrse. to run:
The' VaI lleyI pat,
To rest at last!
-[N ow Orleans Picayune.
GornlEN \'otrns.-The habitoflook
ing on the brighlt ide is I viiviliabl'e.
Men aind wolteli who are evetulinre
reckoniiing up what tliey wallt rathlier
thlli what they hilve-c-ountilg the
dithenulties in the wayii inistead oienu
triving limans to overcomlte them-are
alo(st certaini to live on toIIIrn bread
fat pork and salt fish aindll ilik to pp
niirked graves. 'The world is sure to
m [ile uponl a man who seems to be sue
cessful; but let hint go abouti wili ai
crest tallen air, iand the very dogsin
the street will set )upon hili. W'e mutust
:Il have losses. Lule frtists will nip
the fruit inl the ibud, baunks will break,
investntt.nts prove worthless, valhable
horses dlie, thinlla vases breaik ; but all
the ý l eulhlill1ilieS do inot colie together.
T'hI. wise coiiurse to pursue-whetl one
lplian fails, is to formn iinlilier; when onth'
propi is ikniocked from iunder as, in till
its ilace wilih a. .alstitlte, iand ever
moile licot int1t wihait is left rather tliih
n1 hat is iaklon. When the iilnil reck
,iiing is iide1i, iift itapilvas that ne
have not lost, the C.tlnSciolisne ss of ili
itentioallil Irectitude, if we havr kept
chaity towili il s ilS 1 I it ; :f, by tihe vai
1'i015 di.-'ipliiie of 1I4 , we have been
tile, whatl ver we ifhve, lost, Ihe gleit
balance sheet will he in our favor.
[I Tw'I o 4,11111 ' n ilttlrilys, overtak
illg ii W lagllier wilit Vii) l.liil of llolses,
aid the I411r5411ol sl t linn" The wag
lrte spiiii ule hlwters, tiid the othle
cheuts."
WHER.-A clear Iluid once used as a
drink.
An Enemy to Health and Ilappiaess.
Dyspepsia not only destroys health,
but banishes Ihappiness from the fami
ly. A Dyspeptic is not only unhappy
himself, but he makes all around him
unhappy. Dr. Tntt's Vegetable Liver
Pills is a certain remedy for it. They
aIre a sure cure for costivenesss. Try
t hemra.
"'TILE LIFE OF TILE FLESH IS THE
BI)O)D."
This is an admitted fact. It is obvi
ous that whenu the blood becqmes cor
rupt the whole systemI is corrupt also,
and those organlls which are weaker
fhas functional dernugement will suf
fer most. Tl'le large 'lmajority .of fe- -
male diseascs proceed from this cause.
The true lplicy is to direct. the remedy
to the source of the disease. It is in
this way that Dr. 'Ti'tt's Sairsaparilla
aiil Queen's Delight acts. Its specific
el 'tct is ou the blood. It purifies, vi
talizes it; expelling-allt distemper from
the system.
I:EWAIRE OF CALOMIEL,
and all Mercurial Compounds. Better,
f;i hbetter, endure disease than tamper
with this minieral poison, no matter
how ea;tf~ully lirepared. Its extensivt
use las already l rl oveln tile cause of
great a nd distressing injury. Dr.
Tutt's Liver Pills can be 'taken at till
tjimes with the most perfect safety and
wit hout diet.
$5000 in Go!d-$37,585 to be Given
Away.
-
803 iruzeis.
By subscribing for the largest and
finest Weekly Agricultural and alFali-.
ly Paper in tlb South, and sending
IThre Dollars, the, yearly subseiptiou
price, you will receive a premiuw of a
ticket to the Seventh Louisiana State
Fair, and thus share in the greatDraw
intg ol 80:3 prizes, the capital prize of
which is $5000 IN GOLD. It is not
n cessaryv that you should visit the
Fair to share in the Dtawing; all that
is reiquird of you is to lold a ticket.-
'Send Three Dollars to Ou.t H on
Jor:itxAL, New Orleans, and you will
receive that excellent paper for one
year and a ticket to the Fair, sharing
in the Drawing as a premium. The
Drawing takes place the lust day ofd
the Fair, April 30th, and all orders
must reaqci New Orleans before that
date. Address,
OUR HOME JOURNAL,
New (rleans, La.
PROCTERa & GAMBLE'S E TRA OIUVB
SoAr..-This Soap is made of the best
ingredients, is agreeably perfumed. It
is sold at the same price as common
soap, in all the. Groceries in the coun
try, and in the city of New Orleans.
This superior Soap has acquired in the
market a large sale; for the ioilet, to
wash linen, and all other domestic
uses. It is sufficient to buy once only,
to Ie conlvinced of its great quality,
and. to give it the plefW'rence to all oth
ets. Ask for it in your Grocery and
you will buy no other.
All our acquaintances are perfectly
satisfied with it.
A IRFl.I.F.-YOU are troubled with a
bad breath; it annoys your friends and
acqualntances, as well as yoursetf.-
Yon would like to get rid of it, but you
scarcely know what me:ns to adopt.
We will tell you. Use the fragrant
SWZODONT. It'w'll c(leateiand heatutify
lyour teeth; allnd leave your breathtl)Ure
and sweet. Accideuts happen-keep
Spaldinog's Glte.
-.- -- -
r'T Miltol, thie llitd author was one
daly asked by a friend ofieitmle edaca
ion, if li he did not lntend to instntct
ti tlaughter il tthe ditftireut languages:
t'No, sir," said Milton, "one tongue iS...
suticient for a womao."

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