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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 29 April 1868

_AL TB3I1 N EWVVS S wsia~Tor, April 20.-A large delega 3pDf pretended and some really infloen tic Badicals arrived here this 'morning from New York for the purpose of enforc ingthe conviction.ofthe Presidenf by per sonal appeals to Radical- Senators and upon the ground ofpartynecessity. These lobbyisat sayethe RadioaL party will go to destruction if Johnson is acquitted. They name as doubtful, Fowler, Anthony, Gfrimes, Sprague, Ross, Van Winklef Foee seaden, Henderson aqd Wiley. These are to-be beset immediately, and by a sort of politial terrorism'i are to be driven into 01t0 for Johnson's conviction. Grant is in the scheme and was cheek by-jowl with the lobbyists last night in the ,(coming from New York. "The belief among.the best judges here is th he President will be acquitted, but "g'dll the Radicals profess to feel no hdoi4Mt hl will be donvicted.. ,ioe general calculation is, that. the ia int verdict will 'be re~idere4 on teoay of next :weeklr Thete are s very good reasons ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 29 April 1868

DEATH'S BRIGADE. The wolf is in the desert, And the panther in the brake, The fox is on his rambles, And the owl is wide awake; For now 'tis noon of darkness, And the world is all asleep, And some shall wake to glory, And some shall wake to weep. Ku-Klax. A river black is running To a blacker sea afar, And by its banks is waving A flag without a star: There move the ghostly columns Of the swift Brigade of Death, And every villain sleeping Is gasping now for breath. Ku-Klux. Thrice hath the lone owl hooted, And thrice the panther cried, And swifter through the darkness The Pale Brigade shall ride. No trumpet sounds its coming, And no drnm-beat stirs the air,. But noiseless in their vengeance, They wreak it everywhere. Ku-Klux. Fly ! fly ! ye bastard bandits, Who are bleeding all the land, The Dread Brigade is marching With viewless sword and brand; Nor think that from its vengeance, You in deepest dens may hide, For through the darkest caverns The Dread Brigade will ride. Ku-Klux. Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 6 May 1868

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 6 May 1868

ALEXANDRIA, LLa: WEDNESDAY......... MAY 6 868 -0 SFOR PRESIDENT and YICE-PRESIDENT S The-eanees of the Natlonal Dem . ocr*iac Convention. EF'OIR, LE-:M IOTO RES STATE AT LARGE. SAIAH GAERRET,. Of OMachita. R., C. WICKLIFFE, Of West Fe4icigna. FIRST coYRErSSIOAL DISTRICT, .ANTHONY SAMBOLA. CB00.? COpGRSKBIONfL DISTRICT, - . . BRADY. THrmD CONOBRESSIONAL DISTRICr, ANDREW S. BERRON. FOURTH CONGBESSIOA4L DIISTRICT .. A DE BLA1O. , ,' B. BC. .OOLB;N. gBP Bishop Wilmer 'will preach in the Town i all on Sunday next at 11 o'clockA. M., and at'the State Semina ry at 3o'oek- P.P M-., " , The weather, the past week, has een' clear and yery hot-in' fact'we never knew warmer weather -for April anM May. Our planters have had a hard week's work of it tq get -clearof the grass inrtheir crops, and with three f moredaysleasrweather, will have clean corn and cotton. Thus far' the pros- I pects are vry fair aind no cause of 4 c-ompinpet. the Freedmen are work ing tplerably well. , " "The bully:Laf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 6 May 1868

Ass me - -th ho SPEECH OF po ION, C IAS. A. ELDRIDGE, an IN Te on House of Representatives, March 30, '68 te qu [corTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE.] fr Sir, the only pollcv under which the 1 itates of this.Union or the people can pros- A pers that which honestly administers and fgly secures ,to all the Cgnstitution, and of prohibits the exercise by the Fedeal Go'; w ernoent of any, powers not therein grantl ed. The right of self-government cannot yo be denied or infringed upon with safety do a the toinmonwealth. The course that Con gres has pursued, and iS pursuing in the th passage of this bill, will not restore good government and prosperity to Alabama The wrong andinjustice of forcing a gov ernment upon her people against their will sel not soon be forgotten. The memor# of it will be transmitted from father to son, and will assuredly bring the result which a sense of oaression and injury never fail sil to produce. The exercise of a little mag- .c nanimity, generosity, forgiveness, and an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 6 May 1868

' MISCELLANEOUS. REGULAR WEEKLY PAOKET. NEW ORLEANS, ALEXANDRIA -trD .GRAND ECORE PACKET!! TIHE NEW and SPLENDID STEAMER ST. NICHOLAS. J. C. DOWTY .............MASTEn. SL. W. CLYrroN and T. J. DowTY..Clerks. 'TIAVING RESUMED her trips in the .i. GRAND ECORE trade for the bal ance of the Season, will leave NEW OR" LEANS every Saturday at 5 o'clock P. M., and ALEXANDRIA, on her down trip, ev ery Wednesday at 10 o'clock A. M. IT For Freight or Passage, having su perior accommodations, Apl. 29-tf. APPLY ON BOARD. REGULAR TEN DAY PACKET, INDEPENDENT LINE, THE FINE STEAMER NATIONAL! RICHARD SINNOTT..........Master F. C. FINDREN............Clerk TILL make regular Ten Day trips V. from New Orleans to Shreveport the balance of the season. Particular attention paid to way landings. APPLY ON BOARD. April 29, 1868-tf. NOUNS' THROUGH LINE, WEEKLY PACKET Zor New Orleans. TBE FINE AND BAST U. S. MAIL DISPATCH PACKET, '"LAFOURCHE, BEN. B. KOUNS ..-.- ...... MASTER, WILL leave ALEXANDRIA for NEW ORL...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 13 May 1868

VOLUM 'i. :i~ 7.rThr~O: ;r .ai~i ~6f .· .:;.c~ 4 I- .*. tn:.1'k ;~E: BIO SAT .· ~: W O·Lfl IS GOV R2Z-f TO .. · (i·:· rl··N:-" fr r ý I~ " I f tri t}d., t ' 1 rt BIOS T] TII f ' 4 t r > 7 ae F Ni 4;Is, ,~~ V LUE ' 3. LEXADRIA LOT SIN : D A .. . ý, 1 y . . Z ;... . a + 'i 4. ? ý i % ( ý ' ý 'ý f +ý " " ý .lf i ýý - e ý ý 'ý .ý ' ; e - T- E : .t bBnMoCRAT" ispublishedWeek- a ly, at FIVE DOLLARS per annam, 'WHEE for six months, payable in advance. No sobecription taken for a less period than * Six liontlis. . C ADVeRTISEMENT3. Inserted at the rate of $1 50 PER SQUARE for the first c insertion and 75 OENTS for each subse- c quent one. Eight lines or less, consti- i tate a squaro. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: One Column......-----.......---- 00 Half Column.. ...........***... 175 00 Third of Column.....-----*..... 130 00 Fourth of Column............. 10 00 - Cards, (ocoupying space of eight 0 lines, or lbse,)...... .... pbituary Notices, Marriages, Public Meeting...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 13 May 1868

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: SW NS Y......... MAY-13, 1868 FOU' P03n PRESIDENT and VICE-PRESIDENT The Neolnees of thel ational Dem ocratic Convention. FO, ME LEl TOQES STATE AT LARGE. ISAIAH GARRET, Of Ouachita,. aR. C. W1CkLIFFE, Of West Feliciana. FIRS T CONG1ESSRIONAL DISTRICT ANTHONIY SAMBOLA. SECOND CONaBBSSIYoAL DISTRICT, X. B. BRADY. ThIRD CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, ANDREW 8. HERRON. 10 U1 TI CONYRES$lIQdL DISTRBICT A. DE BLANO. FIFTra COIGzESSIOAL DISTRIaCT, N. B. COLEMAN. ' The weather has continued fair the whole of the past week, with the exception of a two hours' 'light shower, which did no harm. The Corn crop is in a fine plight and promising well; no fault can be found with it. The same may be said of the cotton crop, good stands everywhere. But then we must announce the lamentable and ruinous fact, that the genuine catapillars are in the Parish, have made their appear ance in every part of it and are actually eating the cotton. Of this fact there can be no doubt and we look it as th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 13 May 1868

I1~-~EI~U.;CJ j Y~i~S~I~l~i~3E~S- fre A2- '"ET BI. l2 tt TIPs WBsIIGToN, Mrekh 2- Ijnpeahment tbi Copre-,r. Stanberry edndhuded as fol- en oe w, listen for a momiient to one who un- di derstands Andrew Johnson better than most bf yoa; f6t hbs opportunities have de 11 earter. When nearly two years ago ne he calle l oe from the pursniits of my pro- cis eloal life to take a seat in his Cabinet, to 0nw ed the call utinder a sense of public Al h. I came here almost a stranger to. thi bim and to every member of the Cabinet de eept Mtr. Stanton; we had been friends to for many years. Senators, need Itell you that allmy ten dencles are conservative You, Mr. Chief th Justice, who have known me for a third of wI aontury, can hear me witness. Law, not Tc arms, is my profession. From the moment Jo that I was honored with a seat in the Cab- no inuet of Mr. Johnson, not a step was taken thi that did not coriA under my observation, ful not a word Ips said that escaped attetn tion I regarded him cl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 13 May 1868

DIXIE. - I heard longgsince 4 simple strain; It brought no thrill of joy and pain, Nor did I care to hear again, , Our Dixie. But time rolled on, and drum and fife Gave token of a coming strife, . And called our youth to soldier life, With Dixie. It breathed of mingled hope and fear; It banished peace, brought discord near, And coat each mother many a tear, That Dixie. For gathering legions magrched away, And garlands maidens wreathed each day, To crown them for the fierce array, SIn Dixie. The husband parted from the wife, And from the aged, his staff of life, In some fairiboy, whose head was rife For Dixie. And so our treasures, one by one, All by the battle-feld were won; They heard at morn and setting sun, SOur Dixie. But soon Death claimed the young and brave; Valor or beauty could not save Our darlings from a sol.ier''sgrave, In Dixie. Their blood fowed on the fresh' hill; It mingled with the mountain rill, And poured through vales once calm and still In Dixie. The ocean caugh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 20 May 1868

. * .f ",s is &,; r. A I "'. ' I :.i; JD.3IOSS4TJ T13E WOR~LD IS z4OV N~X'O.ý1 NOU '23. ALEXANDRIA,4 LOIIAA.VDIISt~Y 'tr DEMOC RAT" ispnblishedWeel- t ly, at FIVE pOlARS .* staUtnnlI, THREE foissix monitth~Si,' ble in advance. No 8abscriptiou teken for a leapertood thanti Six Mon4.is -, TDVB It~ I iEi ] T3 isetel a. the a rate of $1 50 PER SQUARI f07 tlibfirst ipsertionfnld 75 cENTS, for, aeh tibse quaent one. Eight lines or less, consti- d ,aute a mtUe. : The, fellowlllg ae our P r:tes to yearl Advertisers: : 0ie Column.................. 0 00 t a. .Column ........ ........ 175 00 i 'Third of Colunmn..,...........-. "00 Fourth 6f Column............ . 100: 00 Cards, (ocenpying space ofei e .ght lin~e, or lesl,).............-..r " O 00 t 'Obituary Notloe, Mnirriagee, Public M"eetings, C'isri 'i anke, ete., to h b aid' for as ndVAi eients. .. ' PeiAsonanl ci4rs, when jlmisaible, I charged double the aladvertisemienta.,: BY REy. AB aM J. RYAT. Out.of the shadows of sadness, .'In...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 20 May 1868

S nam W wcAt. ALEXANDRIA, L&: W DniosBDAT.......... MAY s, M1868 PRESIDENT and VICE-PRESIDENT The Nloinles of the National Dea- i ocratle Conveitionl " . C S'OR ELE]O TORS STATE AT LARGE. ISAIAH GARRET, t OfOuachita. I B. 0. WiCKLIFFE, Of West FPelioiana. t SIRBST CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, e ANTHONY SAMBOLA. I t UECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, M. B. BRADY. i THIRD CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, ANDREW S. HERRON. FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, I A. DE BLANO. 1 PFTE, (lONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, N. B. COLEMAN. . l? Captain W. C. Harrison, with I his race horse Bart. Able, is determined l to contest the palm of speed with Ben. i Kouns. He sticks to him like a sick kitten to shot ginger cake. Both boats 1 left New Orleans together again on < Saturday evening and reached here i Sunday night about an hour apart, the Lafourche in the lead. They left here i only fifteen min#tes apart. Bothrwill J be here to-morrow almostside and side. Sunday nights and Thursdays in Alex andria are now very excitin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 20 May 1868

~ALL THE' NTE W8. WrINGrTON, May 11.--Court--The fol lowing is the form proposed by Chase and .opted by the Senate: Mr. Senator, how oa; 1is the President, Andrew John. so'President of the United States, guilty of a igh misdemanor or crime, as charg ed in ais article4 The Senator shall rese ond 1giltv or not guilty only. At en cclock the Senate proceeded to afeider articles, each Senator having fif. ta mTnnutes, and will continue in session Slate hour. The following is gathered from several _ees, and may be regarded as reliable: "imes and Feseenden went through the it bsrges, arin against conviction. Trumbull and Henderson were partly roWgh, when expiration of fifteen min. I teis stopped them, but argued in favor of i acquittal. Howe and.Sherman argued for I ui ttal on first, but conviction on second. jicals acknowledge it will be very 1e-, but insist definitely they have thir gyeigbt votes. Only the six mentioned gthe above of the fourteen doubtful Sena. tors have yet spoken. ~...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 20 May 1868

THE ANSWER. Spare me, dread angel of reproof, And let the sunshiine weave to-day Its gold threads iun the warp and woof Of life so poor and gray. Spare me a while; the liesh is weak; These lingeringfeet that fain would stray Among the flowers, shall some day seek The straight and narrow way. Take off thy ever watchful eye, The awe of thy rebuking frown; The dullest slave at times must sigh To fling his burdens down. To drop his galley's straining oar, And press, in summer warmth and calm, The lap of some enchanted shore" Of blossoms-and of balm. Grudge not my life its hour of bloom, My heart its taste of long desire; This day be mine; be those to come As duty shall reqnire. The deep voice answered to my own, Smitting my selfish prayers away; To-morrow is with God alone, And man bath but to-day. "S not thy fond, vain heart within, The Father's arms shall still be wide Wheh from these pleasant~vays of sin Thou turn'st at eventide." "( t thyself down," the tempter saith, "And angels s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 27 May 1868

. .. . r ý '! ,,"  .-e ý, t f". &$ ' 6L ' 1 "E -s ,r f,, yý .'.:-=!' i '; [-.:.,'. . 4 : *:"t r - ;qtr.stz.: - 4. 1,' _ "Y . . - .  " i  , t : -  "i '5; :i:" 3r> ý% ý.: '-"-- -/r- ¬' , ! " . .j, AY,, N.. . r-' T 4 W r l i t' .S, { ferrt:F,_.:" .rý;ý zi`ýýy' "k.. liiio j.LUjtFE ýýF.'~ ý X-.{ T a77Mý l1SyýýF i~01 DEMORAT ispublished Week at DstR T : er annum, THREE six months, l payble in advance. No ,Subsription taken for a less period thai. ; Sii Months. aDB 1ISEMl:NT3: inserted at the Sirate of $3l o. Ea soqari for tlhe first ingrtion and 7:t'aNTs for each i suibs aenfsone.. l igt lines or less, lconsti 4iat6 e~Splaretd 'The followding are onu ' te`to-y yearl~IyVt rtisersa: oiaun. .3e-e t 00 0 najfCo·um.2..la.'i.f .i. . . 17500 `.k rd of Colman.. .1..: ....... 130 00 All of Coliimae " 100 00 (:o, (oacnpreing spac  of eight .~ orlesst).h .: ........- . 20 00 :'titnay' Notices,' . "m rriages, Viublio atngs, Crsle of i Thanks, te., to be a as wdvettiseme its. i p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 27 May 1868

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: WEDNESDAY......... MAY 27, 1868 FOR PRESIDENT and VICE-PRESIDENT The Nominees of the National Dem ecratic Convention. F0 , "xi3 M C TORtSl STATE AT LARGE. ISAIAH .GARRET, Of Ouachita. B. C. WICKLIFFE,, Of West Feliciana. F IB T CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, 1 ANTHONY SAMBOLA. SECOND CONORESSIONAL DISTRICT, M. B. BRADY. THIRD CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, ANDREW S. HERRON, FoOUBTH CONGRE88IONAL DISTRICT, A. DE BLANC. FITr E CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, N. B. COLEMAN. GENERAL COMMISSION AND STORAGE, BUSINESS. T HE UNDERSIGNED H A VIN G purchased the large, commodious and well known WAREHOUSE and premises, now occupied by Williams & 'Levy, will,on the Ist of.JULY, 1868, commence business at that stand. E. R. BIOSSAT. 9' The Leonard Scott Publishing company, New York, has laid us under obligations for the Westminster Re view for April. It is an unusually in teresting number. Its Quarterly re sume of "Cpntemporary Literature" is a slways worth the price of subscription. The followin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 27 May 1868

AILL1 TI fE * TFlWS. WAsrsNroNo, May 17-The House reso lution setting the impeachment managers Sto work again has the followiuig preamble: SWhereas, information has come to the managers which seems to them to furnish prbable cause to believe that improper and corrpt influences have been used to influ ence the determination of the Senate upon the articles of impeachment exhibited to Sthe Senate bythe- House of Representa-. -ihve~against the Prepident of the United States." The statement that Chase.paid a con: g etatety visit to the President yesterday Salutes in honor of acquittal were fired saseveral No4bern cities.. A doubtful t~mor, that Grant- has writ ten a letter, declining the nomipation, un less the platform conforms to his 'views, creates excitemeOt. _ SAwtlAi¶a , May 17.-From reliable aun thority, it is now understood the Georgia legislature will be composed of threg par ties; Democrat, Radical and Conservative independent. The latter hold. the balance of power, and their p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 27 May 1868

.T'IE,0O ,t TZE RED ANHNTBER. IBY REV. ABRAM J. RYAN. Furl that banner, for 'tis weary; Round its staff 'tis drooping dreary; Furl it, fold it, it is best: For there's not. a man to wave, And there's not a sword to save it, And there's not one left to lave it In tihe blood which heroes gave it; And its foes now scorn aud brave it; Furl it-hide it-let it rest. Take that Banner down, 'tis tattered ! Blroken is its staff and shattered! And the valiant'hosts are scattered, Over whom it floated high. Oh ! 'tis hard for us to fold it! Hard to think there's none to hold it; Hard that those, who once unrolled it, Now must furl it with a sigh. Furl that Banner--frl4sadly Once ten thousands haile&d-it gladly, And ten thousands wildly, madly, Swore it should forever wave Swore that foeman's sword should never Hearts like theirs entwined dissever, Till that flag should float forever O'er their freedom or their grave. Furl it' for the hands that grasped it, And the hearts that fondly clasped...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 3 June 1868

1 f " -, ,' yr , . . .." -,.-. - I. . R~A flIOSSATI VOLUME 23.' 'A . L N XAND RIA l iA1iLOUJSAAWtT4 TSS DEMOCRAT" ispaoUlishodWeek ly, at iIV DOLLARS per annum, THREE for six monthe, payable in advance. No Sa bsertition taken for a less period than Bix'Montihs. yA~DVnRTIaSlENT3 inserted at, thie rate of $6149 PE: SQUAJI l for thefirst "insertion and 75 o NTs for, each suabse Iquant one. Eight lines or lees, consti; tUte a square. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers: OneCoum... ......----........- 300 00 afslf'Colnmn ................ 175 00 ~bir1d o. Coliman.............. 130 00 Yourth of Column......,.... 100 00 Car4p! (occupying space.qf eight linIe,o'kess, ................ 20 00: Obituary Notices, Marriages, Public • eetingu, Cards of Tbanks, etc., to bet paid for as advertisements. " PPersonal cards, when admissible, SIsrged doDube the nsual ,advertisemenfti. STATE POLITfIt8.' SThe' idtor of the Albany News has been tra: l ing about. Here are sob o f his olb S:....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 3 June 1868

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: WEDNESDAY......... JU 3, 1868 FOR PRESIDENT and VICE-PRESIDENT The Nominees of the National Dem ocratic Convention. F'OR EL EJ TORS STATE AT LARGE. ISAIAH GARRET, Of Ouachita. R. C. W1CKLIFFE, Of West Feliciana. FIB T CONGRESSIONAL DISTBICT, ANTHONY SAMBOLA. #ECOND CONOGRESIONAL DISTRICT, M. B. BRADY. THIRD CONORESSIONAL DISTRICT, ANDREW S. HERRON. FOURTH CONGRESSIONTAL DISTRICT, A. DE BLANO. FIFTH OONBGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, N. B. COLEMAN. GENERAL (OMNMISSION AND S BTORAGE BUSINESS. ' THE UNDERSIGNED HA YIN G purebased .the large, 'commodious and' well known WAREHOUSE and premises, now occupied by Williams & Levy, will on the 1st of JULY, 1868, commenceebusiness at that stand. E. R. BIOSSAT. ' •"The Seminary. With pleasure and pride we announce that the Louisiana State Seminary, near this town, will re-open the first Monday in September next. The people of Louisiana. are most earnestly requested to consider well the educational advantages offered by the Seminary, ...

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